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Signs of the season

March 3, 2011 LEWISTOWN — For spring 2011, the more colors of the fashion rainbow you incorporate in your look, the more you will look like the pot of gold at the en. more »»

JMS team to host creative arts day

February 26, 2011 RICHFIELD — A group of Juniata Mennonite School students are broadening the definition of worship both in their hometowns and across the U.S. more »»

New teaching career

February 18, 2011 REEDSVILLE — After several years of able supply pastors, an interim pastor and lay speakers, the members of the East Kishacoquillas Presbyterian Church have accepted a new full-time pastor. The Re. more »»

Small numbers, big hope

February 12, 2011 MIFFLINTOWN — The number 17 seems small when compared to tens of thousands. Yet, God has proven over and over again that faith, not numbers, makes the difference. more »»

Mission brings all kinds to church

February 12, 2011 LEWISTOWN — Pastor Scott Shreffler envisions the church as a group of different colored pieces of broken glass formed together to create a beautiful picture. more »»

School showcases opportunities for mission projects close to home

February 5, 2011 BELLEVILLE — Whether it is helping an elderly neighbor with laundry or cleaning up a public park, missions opportunities often take little more than a step out the door. more »»

Accepting the role

January 15, 2011 McALISTERVILLE — Music ministry was not a choice at first for local gospel singer Jeremy Goodling. At age 14, a youth leader pushed the shy young man into singing bass with a church quartet. more »»

Mifflintown Hispanic Catholics mark Virgin Mary’s Mexican appearance

January 15, 2011 MIFFLINTOWN — The celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe is a centurys-old tradition for Hispanic Catholics around the world. more »»

Chack collage art on display at Juniata County Library

December 4, 2010 From staff reports MIFFLINTOWN — A second exhibit of artwork by Alan Kruger Chack, of Mifflintown, opened at the Juniata County Library Nov. 20 and will remain on display for three month. more »»

Church to host community performance of Handel’s ‘Messiah’ for first time since ’70s

December 4, 2010 LEWISTOWN — It has been more than 30 years since the walls of St. John’s Lutheran Church have echoed with the powerful “Hallelujah Chorus. more »»

With new holiday comes wisdom

December 4, 2010 Even in the wake of the cold, wintry mix weather we’ve been having lately, when Hanukkah began Wednesday at sunset I immediately felt a sense of warmth. more »»

Al Hughes is a ‘Distinguished Kiwanian’ — x20

November 26, 2010 Al Hughes, of Pleasant Acres, Lewistown, is in a class all by himself when it comes to milestones in his beloved Kiwanis International. more »»

History of J.C. Blair hospital is published

November 26, 2010 HUNTINGDON — By pulling together bits and pieces of history, two local women have teamed up to put together a book about the beginnings, the changing times and everything in between, of J.C. more »»

Pianofiddle mixes many musical styles

November 19, 2010 LEWISTOWN — Is is bluegrass? Is it jazz? Is it classical, old time, ragtime or blues? If it’s Pianofiddle performing, the answer is yes. more »»

A better life

November 19, 2010 LEWISTOWN — Natalie Goss never thought of herself as the missionary type. more »»

New hangout

November 12, 2010 LEWISTOWN — The pews at Evangel Baptist Church sat empty in its original sanctuary for many years. Recently, they found a new home with a young church in Washington, D.C. more »»

Couple follows God’s recipe

November 12, 2010 MIFFLINTOWN — Take one heartbroken couple, a mistaken pretzel order and faith in God, and what do you get? The story of Auntie Anne’s Soft Pretzel company and, from its success, a growing family... more »»

‘For kids only’

November 8, 2010 MIFFLINTOWN — “For Kids Only” once was a familiar sign on tree houses and backyard forts, but it also became the policy adopted by a few wise, old adults who formed the DeLauter Youth Center in... more »»

‘Taste of something better’

September 22, 2010 SPOKANE, Wash. — Mifflin County native Paula Mannino, now of Spokane, Wash., was named the second runner up in a national cooking competition held this month in Beverly Hills. more »»

Downtown fixture

September 18, 2010 LEWISTOWN — A stroll along the tree-lined sidewalks of Lewistown’s North Main Street reveals a number of well-preserved brick structures, like the building at 24 North Main, current home of Clear... more »»

 
 

 

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