All posts tagged "featured"

  • ER20140813_CDaveIdheTrips2
    Living with ALS

    When you first receive the life changing news that you have ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease, and there is no cure, if fortunate to be in an area served by the ALS Association, you receive a publication named...

    • Posted August 13, 2014
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  • (Photo by Dick Wanner)
John Martin  (left) and Kevin Wolf are shown with the Family and Friends CPR Anytime kits that are being distributed free to residents of the Ephrata Community Ambulance Association. Martin is the association president. Wolf is the emergency medical services manager.
    Ambulance association distributing free CPR kits

      Call 911 for an ambulance and chances are you’ll have a response in minutes if you are within the 23-square-mile area serviced by the Ephrata Community Ambulance Association. However, if your call is for an adult...

    • Posted August 13, 2014
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  • LR20140724_CHuttle2
    Huttle honored for saving Brickerville home

    Jeff Huttle was in the right place at the right time to make a big difference in a situation that could have proved disastrous for a Brickerville family last fall. For his efforts, Army National Guard first...

    • Posted August 13, 2014
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  • ER20140813_CLesSupermoon5231
    Supermoon river?

    Well, actually it’s the lake at the Middle Creek Waterfowl Project, but you get the point. Either way, this past Sunday there was a “Supermoon” in the sky for residents to enjoy. According to the Earthsky.org website,...

    • Posted August 13, 2014
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  • Dr. Lee Lausch (left) presents his friend and former colleague Tracy Ross with a Mickey Shuler signed Penn State jersey. Ross, a former coach and trainer at Cocalico, retired last year after 35 years at the school. Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Connected at the hip

    Tracy Ross and Dr. Lee Lausch have had a special relationship ever since Lausch’s days as a Jr. High football player at Cocalico in the late 70s. Ross, who in those days coached both football and track...

    • Posted August 13, 2014
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  • Spohn Ranch Skateparks’ design sketch for the planned skate park at the Ephrata Public Library. The “bowl” on the top left side is not budgeted in the first phase of the project but it could be added at a later date.
    Officials balance skate park designs, cost

    Ephrata Borough should soon have a design in place for its new skateboard park to be constructed at the Ephrata Public Library. Council had met recently with Jason Baldessari from Spohn Ranch Skateparks of Los Angeles and...

    • Posted August 6, 2014
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  • Members of the Ephrata contingent at L-L Football Media Day Tuesday included (left to right): Ryan Borchert, Evan Frees, Coach Scott Shelley, Randy Barrettt and Cordell Moyer.
    Positive signs at Ephrata for Year Three under Shelley?

    After going 2-18 the past two years, it’s easy to say that there is nowhere to go but up in Ephrata. But after listening to the Mountaineer contingent on hand at the annual L-L Media Day Tuesday...

    • Posted August 6, 2014
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  • Bryan
    Dems gear up for November

    Local Democratic candidates running in the November election met last week at the Eicher Arts Center in Ephrata. The event was officially a fund-raiser for Bryan Sanguinito who is running for the 99th House seat that opened...

    • Posted August 6, 2014
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  • Cocalico players pose with Head Coach Dave Gingrich (back) during Tuesday’s L-L Football Media Day. They include (left to right): Jake Keifer, John Fry and Devon Delpiano.
    Eagle seniors seek to carve out own niche

    In regard to Cocalico, if there is anything to be taken away from Tuesday’s L-L Football Media Day, it is that this year Eagle seniors are determined to carve their own niche. Fresh off an 11-2 season...

    • Posted August 6, 2014
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  • !!!Old Mac
    ‘Old’ McDonald’s farms out workers

    Expect to see familiar workers when the new Ephrata Marketplace McDonald’s opens in two weeks. The burned out Cloister Shopping Center McDonald’s will be rebuilt and redesigned.  Employees from the burned out McDonald’s restaurant at the Cloister...

    • Posted August 6, 2014
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