• Former Ephrata art teacher Richard Huck in his job as “the Good Humor Man” this past week at the Women’s U.S. Open in Lancaster.
    He’s the Ice Cream Man

    If you were fortunate enough to attend the Women’s U.S. Open held at Lancaster Country Club this past week, you probably noticed the classic Good Humor ice cream truck perched under a shade tree off the 10th...

    • Posted July 15, 2015
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  • Ephrata’s Lenny Harding (left) took this selfie with U.S. Open cham - pion In Gee Chun in the parking lot of Lancaster Country Club just after the tournament Sunday.
    Selfie with the Champ

    Lenny Harding was in the right place at the right time late Sunday afternoon as he checked in to perform his volunteer duties at the Women’s U.S. Open held at Lancaster Country Club. The Ephrata High School...

    • Posted July 15, 2015
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  • Ephrata High School graduate Kevin Weaver (left) and daughter Camille (far right) pose for a photo with house guest and LPGA pro Mi Hyang Lee during the U.S. Open in Lancaster.
    Ephrata grad plays host to LPGA player

    While most of the players here to compete in the U.S. Open at Lancaster Country Club either rented houses or stayed in hotels while in town, a few chose to stay with host families for the week....

    • Posted July 15, 2015
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  • Ephrata’s Lenny Harding (left) took this selfie with U.S. Open champion In Gee Chun in the parking lot of Lancaster Country Club just after the tournament Sunday.
    Selfie with the champ

      Lenny Harding was in the right place at the right time late Sunday afternoon as he checked in to perform his volunteer duties at the Women’s U.S. Open held at Lancaster Country Club. The Ephrata High...

    • Posted July 15, 2015
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  • Ephrata High School graduate Kevin Weaver (left) and daughter Camille (far right) pose for a photo with house guest and LPGA pro Mi Hyang Lee during the U.S. Open in Lancaster.
     Ephrata grad plays host to LPGA player

      While most of the players here to compete in the U.S. Open at Lancaster Country Club either rented houses or stayed in hotels while in town, a few chose to stay with host families for the...

    • Posted July 15, 2015
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  • Daryl Weaver of Lititz raises his arms as he crosses the finish line to win his third Firecracker Run title Saturday in Grater Park.
    Weaver Claims Third Firecracker

    Daryl Weaver is making this Firecracker thing look easy. For the second-straight year and third time overall, the 42-year old Lititz resident blew away the rest of the field Saturday in a steady rain to win the...

    • Posted July 8, 2015
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  • Ephrata Chryslers’ pitcher Austin Lowrey warms up during a recent game.
     Chryslers clinch bye for District 10 League Tourney

      The Ephrata Chryslers Post 429 American Legion team finds itself in a very familiar position heading into the District 10 League playoffs. The team, which will be vying for its fifth-straight league crown, clinched one of...

    • Posted July 8, 2015
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  • Ephrata’s Andre Good (right) scores a run against Daniel Boone Friday night during the Ephrata Tournament
held at War Memorial. (Photo by Stan Hall)
     Late HR dooms Ephrata in tournament semifinals

      Bordentown’s Jason Applegate was looking dead red when he came to the plate with one out in the top of the seventh of Sunday’s Ephrata Tournament semifinals. The Villanova-bound star got what he was looking for...

    • Posted June 30, 2015
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  • Dillon Good of the Ephrata Chrys¬lers rips a drive during a recent game. (Photo by Stan Hall)
    Chryslers break out bats in three wins

      Despite it’s shiny record, the Ephrata Chryslers’ Post 429 legion team has been a little rusty at the plate this season. However, this past week, the Chryslers won three-straight games, mostly because of their bats. Last...

    • Posted June 24, 2015
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  • Ephrata first baseman Brandon Schwark (left) stretches for the throw during Tuesday’s game vs. Penn Manor. (Photo by Stan Hall)
    Penn Manor hands Ephrata first legion loss

      Penn Manor got a little revenge Tuesday night in Ephrata. And in the process, handed the Chryslers their first loss of the season. The Comets, who lost to Ephrata in the last two District 10 finals...

    • Posted June 10, 2015
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