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    The Penguin Hotel Gets Dressed Up for Halloween

    All decorated for fall, the Penguin Hotel is the fun place to celebrate the season of witches and ghosts. The historic 1880s tavern is all dressed up for Halloween with corn stalks and pumpkins. You’ll be welcomed...

    • Posted October 17, 2018
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    Attorney Michael J. Rostolsky’s Ephrata Office Provides Convenience

    The offices of Attorney Michael J. Rostolsky are more convenient than ever for Ephrata area clients. Attorney Rostolsky relocated his Stevens office, which was previously located at 190 Cocalico Creek Road, to Ephrata at 1390 West Main...

    • Posted October 17, 2018
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  • 2018 Homecoming Queen Biola Fatusin was crowned by the 2017 Homecoming Queen Reiley Oleszczuk.
    Ephrata H.S. crowns Homecoming queen

    It was the royal treatment for a lucky senior during half-time at Ephrata’s War Memorial Field last Friday night. Senior Biola Fatusin was named Homecoming Queen 2018. She was crowned here by the 2017 Homecoming Queen Reiley...

    • Posted October 17, 2018
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  • Ephrata Review to host Chamber after-hours mixer Oct. 25

    Delve into the history of our community as chronicled on the pages of The Ephrata Review each week for the past 140 years! The Northern Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce invites you to celebrate this milestone anniversary...

    • Posted October 17, 2018
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  • ‘Drawing’ a crowd: Murals to adorn Whistle Stop Plaza

    Whistle Stop Plaza will look a little brighter on Oct. 26 as seven murals will be unveiled on the brick outside wall of the Re-Uzit Shop. Ephrata High School students, working with regional award-winning muralist Katie Trainer,...

    • Posted October 17, 2018
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  • Three generations of the Yeager dynasty (left to right) Charles Jr., Charles Sr., and Charles III, are pictured on this page of The Ephrata Review, taken from the Oct. 21, 1948 edition.
    140 Years Strong!

    It all began 140 years ago in 1878 with The Saturday Review, and today, The Ephrata Review, the community newspaper, continues to thrive. Founded by brothers David and J. Wesley Von Neida in 1878, The Saturday Review...

    • Posted October 17, 2018
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  • Book signing to be held at Javateas

    On Saturday, Oct. 20, West Cocalico resident Sue Loewenstein and her illustrator, Moe Boyer, co-owner of Squeeze Spot, will hold a book release and signing at Javateas in the Donnecker’s building on North State Street, Ephrata. The...

    • Posted October 17, 2018
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  • Reamstown Historical Society to dissolve

    On Sept. 27, with three of four officers in attendance, the vote was passed unanimously to dissolve the Reamstown Historical Society and Museum, effective Dec. 31. The artifacts will be donated to the Historical Society of the...

    • Posted October 17, 2018
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  • Cocalico sophomore Ammala Moua (center), flanked by her father Levy (left) and Coach Chip Kappesser, qualified for States Monday with a round of 80 in the PIAA East Regional held at Golden Oaks Golf Club in Fleetwood.
    Moua headed to States

    Cocalico sophomore punches ticket after placing 9th at regionals For the third-straight post-season tournament, Cocalico sophomore Ammala Moua bested her freshman performance on the golf course. By doing so on Monday at Golden Oaks Golf Club in...

    • Posted October 17, 2018
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  • Cocalico players mob Joe Zimmerman (22) moments after the senior midfielder delivered the gamewin ner Tuesday to lift the Eagles to a 3-2 double-overtime victory over the Blue Streaks in the L-L semifinals played at Conestoga Valley. The win vaults the Eagles into Thursday’s L-L title game (7:30 p.m. at Warwick) where they’ll face fellow Section Three foe Lancaster Mennonite. Photo by Travis Boyd
    Making history

    Zimmerman’s goal in second OT clinches Eagles’ first trip to L-L title game The Cocalico boys soccer program has been in existence for close to 30 years. Never before have the Eagles had a season like the...

    • Posted October 17, 2018
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