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    Winter Winds Down at Iron Valley and Miner’s Pub

    The winter season at Iron Valley Golf Club and Miner’s Pub is winding down. That means that snowy tubing will soon be replaced with golf at the expertly designed golf course. It also means that you can...

    • Posted February 28, 2018
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      Whether you are an employer looking for top-notch employees or you are looking for a great job where you can excel, Gage Personnel has many opportunities to help you reach your goals. For 33 years, Gage...

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  • Ephrata Cares group still trying to make impact

    Ephrata native Ryan Rettew had been employed as an autistic support teacher for the Eastern Lancaster County School District. She’s mom to 18-month-old Robin and she’s also a recovering addict. Rettew was one of the folks who...

    • Posted February 28, 2018
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  • An early photo of the livestock show when it was still held uptown during fair week, near Washington Avenue. Photo courtesy of the Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley
    From Farmers Day to Tent City

    The following is the second in a series of articles leading up to the 100th anniversary of The Ephrata Fair in September In 1919, residential Ephrata was very different from today. To the west, the town stopped...

    • Posted February 28, 2018
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  • Florida tragedy leads to board discussion on school safety

    The Ephrata School District will continue to keep student safety its top priority, and has no current plans to change any security measures, Superintendent Brian Troop told the board of directors at Monday’s regular monthly meeting. “We...

    • Posted February 28, 2018
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  • No Cook Mondays fundraiser

    The Ephrata Farmers Day Association’s 100th Year Anniversary Committee will be selling chicken BBQ dinners from Kauffman’s Chicken throughout the spring to raise money for the 100th year anniversary celebration. While pre-sales are encouraged, dinners will be...

    • Posted February 28, 2018
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  • Ephrata’s Tyler Shue (front) leads the pack in the 800 meter run at the PTFCA Track & Field State Championship finals held at Penn State.
    Shue, boys 4X8 re-set indoor records at States

    Sophomore wins silver, relay takes bronze The Ephrata winter track & field season ended this past Sunday at Penn State University where five EHS athletes competed at the PTFCA Indoor State Championships. Tyler Shue ended his splendid...

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  • Ephrata’s Zack McGillan (right) is double-teamed by Shippensburg defenders Collin Taylor (30) and Nick Gustafson during Monday’s District game. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Loss to Shippensburg ends Mounts’ season

    Sometimes no matter how much you want something, no matter how much effort you put forth, for whatever reason, it just doesn’t happen. That’s life. And unfortunately life happened for Ephrata Monday night in the District Three...

    • Posted February 28, 2018
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  • Josiah Gehr of Cocalico (right) looks to shoot against Twin Valley’s CJ Morton in the third-place bout at 120 pounds Saturday at the Giant Center in Hershey. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Making history: Cocalico sends three to States for first time

    While they had no champions, the Cocalico wrestling team made a little history this past weekend at the District Three Championships held at Giant Center in Hershey. For the first time ever, the Eagles pushed three wrestlers...

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