• John Clair of the Schoeneck Lions Club cleans up after eating 40 wings to win the contest for the second year in a row.
    No winging it — Denver celebrities dig in

    The annual Celebrity Hot Wing Contest went down in messy glory at the Denver Fair on Sept. 15. John Clair, “Houdwingi”, defended his title by making one wing after another disappear. Clair was asked how he trains...

    • Posted September 19, 2018
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  • Denver reports on education and government channel

    Denver Borough has been working with representatives from Blue Ridge Communications and Cocalico School District to implement an educational and governmental channel for the school district as part of the borough’s franchise agreement. The required fiber cables...

    • Posted September 19, 2018
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  • West Cocalico learns about new RMS

    Lieutenant Chris McKim of the Ephrata Police Department has been making the rounds to the different municipalities served by the local police department to inform them about a potential move to a new “RMS” or records management...

    • Posted September 19, 2018
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  • Denver reports on education and government channel

    Denver Borough has been working with representatives from Blue Ridge Communications and Cocalico School District to implement an educational and governmental channel for the school district as part of the borough’s franchise agreement. The required fiber cables...

    • Posted September 19, 2018
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  • AMROD HY revamps old Harding and Yost building

    352 Main St., Denver, known as the old Harding and Yost building, is opening its doors again, now under the ownership and management of business-owners Dale and Kim Latshaw. The Ephrata couple closed on the building and...

    • Posted September 14, 2018
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  • Denver Fair Queen crowned

    Drizzles couldn’t dampen the spirits of newly crowned Denver Fair Queen, Kathryn Voler, as she beamed at the attendees of the Denver Fair’s opening ceremonies and coronation on the evening of Sept. 11.   By Aubree Fahringer...

    • Posted September 12, 2018
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  • Supervisors move to define LERTA eligibility

    Scott Russell, East Cocalico Township manager, reported at supervisors September 6 meeting that the Cocalico School Board is in agreement with the intent to provide a five-year tax incentive for business and industrial development through LERTA, which...

    • Posted September 12, 2018
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  • East Cocalico considers tax incentive program

    East Cocalico Township and the Cocalico School District are considering a tax incentive program that aims to draw new business and spur commercial improvements along the Route 272 corridor or beyond. At a school board work session...

    • Posted September 6, 2018
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  • It took a little coaxing, but four-year-old James Hackenberger finally got what he really wanted all along — a spider on his arm. Rebakah Ranaler, from Denver, is the artist and owner of Joyful Canvas, and has made a living as a face and body artist for the past six years. Photo by Dick Wanner
    Adamstown Fun Fest proceeds support YMCA

      Adamstown’s old-fashioned free Fun Fest on the evening of Tuesday, Aug. 14, had some traditional touches, like pony rides for kids, and a dunk tank featuring some of the town’s most prominent citizens. Food trucks represented...

    • Posted September 6, 2018
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  • Concerns raised in West Cocalico about distracted driving

    Egregious behavior on the road in West Cocalico township has some residents worried. “We’re going to have a fatality this year — I’d bet money on it,” said a resident identified by the township office as Ray...

    • Posted August 30, 2018
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