All posts tagged "featured"

  • !!!! REVIEW Paper March 25
    Pick up the March 25 Ephrata Review today

    Pick up today’s Ephrata Review for the best local news coverage.  

    • Posted March 25, 2015
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  • Photo by Michele Walter Fry

Today, (from left) Luke Showalter, Christ Gress, Elam Gress, Jim Gress, Alvin Fry,  and Eugene Fry.
    Out of the past…Old friends reunite, remember the Cocalico of their youth

    Gail Harting of Denver was worried about her dad. When her mother, Alverta, passed away last fall, her dad, Alvin Fry, took it hard. Members of the Ephrata Community Hospital staff, when they knew Alverta’s death was...

    • Posted March 25, 2015
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  • Cocalico graduate Savannah Graybill captured her second-straight USA Skeleton National Championship this past weekend.
     Graybill wins USA Skeleton title again

    Cocalico High School graduate Savnnah Graybill successfully defended her USA Skeleton National Championship titles in Lake Placid, N.Y. this past weekend. She and male champion Matt Antoine bot only both defended their 2014 crowns but shattered track...

    • Posted March 25, 2015
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  • !!! a pg. 1 march 18
    The Ephrata Review/Lititz Record Express win 15 state journalism awards

    The staff of the The Ephrata Review and its sister newspaper, Lititz Record Express, has won 15 Keystone Press Awards for journalistic excellence. Winners, announced last Thursday from a statewide journalism contest for work published in 2014,...

    • Posted March 25, 2015
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  • Ephrata High School graduate and Millersville University sophomore pitcher Brandon Miller made a return to the War Memorial mound Monday, earning a complete-game victory. (Photo by Stan Hall)
     Miller’s time at ‘The War’

    Former Ephrata pitcher Brandon Miller mowed down the last 14 batters he faced to lead Millersville University baseball to a 4-3 win Monday morning on the new turf at the Ephrata War Memorial field. The Marauders (16-6...

    • Posted March 25, 2015
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  • ER20140528_Cpool223
    Sack the snack bar?

    Borough ponders pool food sales. Pool members dislike vending machine option, favors “simplified” menu and traditional snack bar. By PATRICK BURNS Ephrata Borough officials are mulling over how to provide munchies at the Ephrata Community Pool this...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Photo courtesy Boehringer's

These picnic tables won't be empty much longer at Boehringer's considering the drive-in opens Saturday.
    We all scream for…Boehringer’s!

    Forget the fact that Saturday is the first day of spring – there is something more important afoot: Saturday, March 21, begins Boehringer’s season. Adamstown’s iconic drive-in restaurant, located at 3106 N. Reading Road (Route 272), will...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Cocalico’s AAA girls 400 freestyle relay team shares a “high five” celebration before the start of the PIAA 400 relay consolation final heat. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Lady Eagles leave Bucknell without a medal

    There certainly is no shame at all in not coming home with a medal at the State Swimming Championships. Afterall, the competition is the best the State has to offer, and Pennsylvania is pretty good. However, the...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Judy and Joe McGovern show their excitement over their prize trip
with daughter Krista.
    Couple wins dream Ireland trip at Shamrock event

    “I just can’t believe it,” Judy McGovern said repeatedly, “Oh my goodness! Thank you so much! I just can’t believe it.” That was McGovern’s reaction when she received a late Saturday night (March 7) phone call from...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Ephrata’s Kandice Liebl re-enacts the three-quarter court shot that landed her on ESPN’s SportsCenter Monday. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    ‘Center’ stage

     Youngest Liebl’s shot makes ESPN Being the youngest in a star-studded sports family, Kandice Liebl was the one athlete in the clan the community had yet to get to know. However, that all changed in a big...

    • Posted March 13, 2015
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