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    Ephrata Area Chamber of Commerce to Host Upcoming Economic Forecast Breakfast

    The Ephrata Area Chamber of Commerce will hold their Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast on November 4th at the Foxchase Golf Club, Stevens. Mr. Gary Wagner, of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, will provide insights on the...

    • Posted November 2, 2015
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    Eagles set to tackle unbeaten Solanco

    Coming off a tough 21-15 loss to Manheim Central, Cocalico faces perhaps its toughest challenge of the season Friday night when unbeaten and white-hot Solanco comes to Denver for a key Section Two contest. The Mules have...

    • Posted October 28, 2015
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    Election set for Tuesday

    by PATRICK BURNS Political experts are bracing for particularly low voter turnout on election day on Tuesday. Nov. 3. But that has not diminished the enthusiasm of local candidates running for seats on Ephrata School Board, the...

    • Posted October 28, 2015
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    ‘Burglar’ is off the hoof

    Have you heard by PATRICK BURNS Ephrata Police reacted in full force Monday to a 6 a.m. call  reporting a burglary in progress at a Main Street business. But by the time a squadron of police vehicles arrived...

    • Posted October 28, 2015
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    Health fair set for Oct. 28

    The Pennsylvania LINK to Aging and Disability Resources Lancaster County partners’ network  will hold a free health fair and information sharing event in the ballroom at the Ephrata American Legion Post 429 in Ephrata for people age...

    • Posted October 22, 2015
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    Commended Students Recognized

    Ephrata High School Principal Scott Galen has announced that (front row, left to right) Stefan Wiebe and Andrew Husson; (back row, l-r) Malachi Jones, Pauline Good and Kevin Helock have been named commended students in the 2016...

    • Posted October 21, 2015
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    A Pair of Queens

    Though they didn’t get the outcome they had hoped for in the football game Friday night against Columbia, Ephrata High School kept the spirit and celebrated homecoming throughout last weekend. (Above) Hannah Rodriguez reacts to the news...

    • Posted October 21, 2015
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  • Shown (left to right) are Jim Brown, Josh Herdman, David Boland and Cindy Mellinger, all members of the Christmas Committee, holding one of the banners displayed around town promoting their efforts to raise money to ‘save the Christmas lights.’
    A Brighter Christmas: Merchants Association Working to Raise Money for Lighting Up Downtown

    Bringing Christmas back to downtown Ephrata. That is the goal of the Ephrata Merchants Association as they work to raise $17,000 to light-up the downtown. “And along with that, as we bring the downtown back to what...

    • Posted October 15, 2015
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    Time to ‘Get Your Gourd On’ at final market of season

    The 4th annual Get Your Gourd On event will be held at the Ephrata Whistle Stop Plaza Oct. 17, during which homemade air catapults will be shooting mini gourds for the Punkin Chunkin’ contest sponsored by the...

    • Posted October 14, 2015
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  • EHS Homecoming candidates for 2015 (front row, left to rigt) are: Samantha Hoover, Mason Hornberger and Grace Sensenig; (back row, l-r) Hannah Rodriguez, Kay Liebl and Sarah Ngernwa
    Meet the candidates for Homecoming Queen

    Homecoming at Ephrata is Friday, Oct. 16 at halftime during the Ephrata High School game against Columbia. The candidates are: Mason Hornberger is the daughter of Anthony and Dina Hornberger. Mason has played softball and soccer all...

    • Posted October 14, 2015
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