• Members of the Cocalico Union High School Class of 1956 enjoy a milestone reunion.
    60th reunion for Cocalico Union Class of ‘56

    Sixteen members from the Cocalico Union High School Class of 1956 enjoyed two days of reunion activities the weekend of Sept. 9 and 10. The class is unique because it is the first graduating class which attended...

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  • Lititz “Paws in the Park” set for Oct. 1

    The Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue will hold “Paws in the Park” on Saturday, Oct. 1, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Lititz Springs Park. Paws in the Park is a canine festival and celebration of...

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  • East Cocalico Police Log, September 28, 2016

    The East Cocalico Police Department reported the following: INDECENT EXPOSURE: Lewis M. Martin, 61, the 700 block of Gehman School Road, was charged with corruption of minors and indecent exposure after police received a complaint from the...

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  • Staying the course? Officials say dangerous intersection, racing cyclists a dicey mix

    Concerns about a recent cycling and a dangerous intersection dominated the Sept. 20 meeting of the West Cocalico Township supervisors. Township Manager Carolyn Hildebrand and supervisors agreed they “were lucky” no bikers were hit in a recent...

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  • Ephrata’s Faith Dalavai hits a return during a recent match. Photo by Stan Hall
    EHS girls earn fifth win, continue to grow

    Two years ago, the Ephrata girl’s tennis team had seven members (when healthy) and didn’t win a dual match all season. Last year’s one-win team didn’t look much better on paper, numbers-wise, but started to gain traction...

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  • Cocalico running back Brandon Brubaker (25) stiff arms Cade Robinson of Elizabethtown during Friday’s 35-21 Eagle victory. Brubaker rushed for 193 yards and three scores to lead the way. Photo by Stan Hall.
    Eagles outlast E-town

    Like a good fighter, Cocalico withstood a barrage of punches thrown it’s way Friday night in the Section Two opener at home vs. upstart Elizabethtown. For every jab and left hook thrown by the Bears, the Eagles...

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  • Cocalico’s Eve Cable hits a chip during Monday’s L-L Championships at Fairview. Cable, along with Ephrata’s Tayler Moyer, both advanced to Districts. Photo by Matt Libhart
    Two move on to Districts

    Ephrata’s Tayler Moyer, along with Eve Cable of Cocalico, advanced to the District Three Girls Golf Championships after both earned top 10 finishes at the L-L League Match held at Fairview Golf Course in Quentin. Moyer finished...

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  • E. Ruth Weaver, 87, homemaker, Weaver’s Store co-founder, enjoyed traveling, entertaining

    E. Ruth Weaver, 87, of Fivepointville, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, at her residence. She was the loving wife of C. Irvin Weaver, with whom she shared over 64 years of...

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  • Thomas E. Frontz, 85, pharmacist, Royer Pharmacy co-owner, enjoyed snowbirding in Arizona

    Thomas E. Frontz, 85, of Lititz, passed away Monday, Sept. 19, 2016, at Landis Homes. He was born in Lancaster to the late Maurice and Ruth (Engle) Frontz, and was the husband of J. Ann Frontz, with...

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  • Jeffrey Keith Werner, 69, Vietnam vet, WGAL sportcaster, ‘Time Machine’ host, animal lover

    Jeffrey Keith Werner, 69, of Ephrata, died Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016 at Maple Farm, Akron. Born in Reading, he was the husband of the late Lisa (Wolf) Werner, who died March 10, 2016. He was the son...

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