Former teacher becomes assistant principal at EHS
The Ephrata Area School District Board of Directors announced Monday night that Dr. Lauren Beal is the new assistant principal at the Ephrata High School. Beal will begin in that new position Sept. 29. She will...
- Posted September 24, 2014
Movie night to benefit Andrew family
Everyone has their share of fond memories of going to the movies. But for one local couple struggling to beat cancer, going to the movies this Thursday evening will be a night to remember. That night, Eric...
- Posted July 30, 2014
History in the painting
For nearly everyone, the familiar site of the Ephrata Cloister Academy building located along West Main Street is a symbol of the by-gone era of unique community. Few remember that as recently as the 1930s, that...
- Posted July 9, 2014
Township is on the radar
Ephrata Township has added its voice to a growing chorus of local municipalities supporting efforts in Harrisburg to give local law enforcement the same radar speed enforcement equipment used by State Police. In recent weeks, Ephrata...
- Posted June 18, 2014
No-tax-hike budget OK’d by Ephrata
There was good news for property owners within the Ephrata Area School District Monday night as the school board passed its new budget without a tax increase. District officials said this was due largely to an infusion...
- Posted June 18, 2014
EHS gets its outdoor ceremony at 119th commencement
Mostly sunny skies and 77-degree temperatures greeted exiting seniors and their guests at Ephrata High School’s Class of 2014 commencement ceremony on June 5. The 119th commencement at Ephrata War Memorial Field completed a changing of the...
- Posted June 11, 2014
Ephrata Board unanimously approves artificial turf field for War Memorial
Members of the Ephrata Areas School District School Board found themselves on the same turf Monday night when they met in a special meeting to approve bids for the proposed new artificial turf field at Ephrata War...
- Posted June 4, 2014
East Cocalico OKs sale of property
East Cocalico Township officials are poised to sell a property at 1975 N. Reading Road that is jointly owned with three neighboring municipalities. East Cocalico, Adamstown and Denver boroughs, and West Cocalico townships purchased the property in...
- Posted April 16, 2014
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