• Free manure management plan writing workshops set

    As everyone in agriculture should be aware, all farms generating or using manure must have a written manure management plan. Compliance with all required written plans is imperative. The Lancaster County Conservation District can help farmers learn...

    • Posted February 1, 2017
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  • ‘Souper Bowl’ collection set for this weekend

    Hot soup on a cold day can be one of the most nourishing things — and locals have the opportunity to help their neighbors get some of that nourishment. On Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3 and 4,...

    • Posted February 1, 2017
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    CHS junior now an Eagle Scout

    Carson Burkman, 16, of Reamstown Troop 60, has achieved the honor of Eagle Scout. He is the son of Jason and Carla Burkman and a junior at Cocalico High School. To earn this highest of ranks, Carson...

    • Posted January 25, 2017
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  • Pictured (from left) is Hannah Rutt, AP student; Mrs.Lindsay Sigman, Mrs. Rebecca Peters, Mr. Christopher Beiler, AP teachers; and Alissa Martin, AP student. Photo courtesy Cocalico School District
    Cocalico School District receives College Board honor

    Cocalico School District is one of 433 school districts in the United States and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the Seventh Annual AP District Honor Roll. To be included, Cocalico had to,...

    • Posted January 25, 2017
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  • Dr. Warren R. Maley. Photo Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
    Surgeon: Officer’s actions were a cut above

    Editor’s note: The Review reached out to Dr. Warren R. Maley at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He was the surgeon leading the organ transplant the morning of Jan. 7 and was in the transport vehicle at...

    • Posted January 25, 2017
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  • East Cocalico Police Chief Terry Arment (left), and East Cocalico Supervisor Chairman Doug Mackley (center) each read letters of commendation for Sgt. Derrick Keppley’s heroic action which resulted in a liver transplant team being transported to Thomas Jefferson Hospital following an accident on icy roads Jan. 7 near the Denver turnpike exchange. Pictured (from left) are Arment, Keppley, Mackley, and Supervisors Alan Fry and Noelle Fortna. Photo by Alice Hummer
    Township honors Keppley

    When Sergeant Darrick Keppley came upon a disabled vehicle the first Saturday in January that had slid on ice on Route 222 near Reamstown, he decided to load the occupants, a liver transport team from York enroute...

    • Posted January 25, 2017
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  • Big agenda, varied topics mark East Cocalico meeting

    The East Cocalico Township supervisors addressed a sizable agenda in their 2.5 hour Thursday, Jan. 19, meeting. Land planning, with an explanation of the proposed sketch plans by Berks Homes for Heatherwoods Development on Hill Road, was...

    • Posted January 25, 2017
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  • Cocalico board takes step to make Naxolone available

    Cocalico will likely become the latest Lancaster County school district to stock the heroin antidote Naloxone. The school board took a preliminary vote at its Monday, Jan. 23, meeting in favor of a policy allowing the district...

    • Posted January 25, 2017
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  • Cocalico’s Josiah Gehr (center) dumps Central Dauphin’s Paul Daube during Saturday’s Denver Duals. Photo by Stan Hall
    A big week for Cocalico wrestling

    Despite being on the short end of an excruciating 34-33 decision against Conestoga Valley last Thursday, the Cocalico wrestling team still has its eyes on the Section One prize. While the Eagles’ hopes of an outright title...

    • Posted January 25, 2017
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  • Abandoned cat of Cocalico
    Feline frustration: Cat colonies in Cocalico maintained, albeit in near secrecy

    I can’t say I’m a “cat lady,” I don’t have any cat knick-knacks, but I do have one cat. She hates me, but we find a way to live together. Recently, a woman who wishes to remain...

    • Posted January 18, 2017
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