• Attorney at Law Michael J. Rostolsky offers the convenience of an office on Route 272, as well as evening hours.

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    Attorney Michael J. Rostolsky: Personalized Service You Can Rely On

    Michael J. Rostolsky, Attorney at Law, puts the emphasis on personalized services and individualized attention for his clients. He offers the convenience of evening hours, so that people who must be at work during the day can...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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    Gus’s Keystone Restaurant is Heartwarming Goodness

    At Gus’s Keystone Family Restaurant in Ephrata, you can take the chill away with heartwarming favorites on these cold, winter days. From hearty stews like tender pot roast with potatoes and vegetables to creamy mac and cheese,...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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  • Ephrata’s Maddie Root (13) drives past Solanco’s Kara McClune during Tuesday’s key Section Two contest. Photo by Dwight Palm
    Night-‘Mare’: Solanco hands Ephrata girls fourth-straight loss

    Just two short weeks ago, the Ephrata girls basketball team was sitting pretty. With a 6-2 Section Two record at the time (10-6 overall), the Lady Mounts were alone in second place and appeared destined to be...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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  • Cocalico’s Michael White cruises along during the 200 free Tuesday vs. Conestoga Valley. Photo by Travis Boyd
    Cocalico boys win battle of unbeatens

    The Cocalico boys’ swim team clinched a tie for the Section Two championship Tuesday afternoon at the Ephrata Recreation Center, pulling away from previously-unbeaten Conestoga Valley by a 95-75 margin. The win earned the Eagles a split...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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  • Cocalico to participate in mock trial competition

    This month, Cocalico High School will join the other 248 teams from 291 high schools across Pennsylvania will be competing in district and regional levels of the Statewide Mock Trial Competition, sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Association...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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  • Denver council credits emergency responders

    Mayor Rod Redcay opened the Denver council meeting with thanks for the safe return of a 12-year old Denver middle school student to his home, after parents reported him missing last week. He was located after about...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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  • First grade teacher Marilyn Molchany proudly watches DJ Gibbs show Phil Eby how to use a “work mat” to solve math problems. Photo by Sarah McBee
    Ephrata School Board: Problem solving skills on display

    School directors were treated to a presentation of problem-solving skills by six-year-olds when the Ephrata School Board met in Fulton Elementary School on Jan. 29. Fulton Principal Josh McCracken introduced the “Reflection Team Planning” concept to the...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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  • The Ephrata Fair: 100 years and counting

    The following is the first in a monthly series of articles focused on the Ephrata Fair, leading up to its 100th anniversary in September. When the Ephrata Fair opens this September, it will bring with it an...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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  • Chamber’s new chamber

    Ephrata Area Chamber of Commerce has a new name and new home in the Brossman Business Complex A quiet wave of change has impacted some Ephrata business advocacy groups. Perhaps the most significant adjustments become effective tomorrow,...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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  • Cocalico’s Josiah Gehr (top) tries to turn Cade Zeamer of Manheim Central during the finals at 120 pounds. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Fromm & Gehr successfully defend L-L wrestling titles

    While the L-L League Tournament generally features the individual, Ben Fromm’s decision to bump up from 195 to 220 pounds had everything to do with his Cocalico team. With Fromm at 220, it enabled the Eagles to...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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