What’s Cooking with Linda Yuengel: Easy, fruity and tastes great
12:42 PM - Dessert in a 9 x 13 pan – easy to travel with, easy to make, tastes great, fruity and light – that’s Fleetwood resident Lorraine Cochrane’s recipe for Strawberry Bars. You can substitute any kind of fruit preserves and change the flavor if you prefer peach, blueberry, etc.
Attention! Be warned -it’s time to look ahead
02:14 PM - The golfer bends down to place his ball on the tee. The course martial holds up the sign on a little post that says “Quiet.” A hush falls over the gallery as the pro sets into his routine, picks up the club and uncoils like a tightly wound spring. The head of the driver launches the little white...
Imagine your 12 years of school by simply walking across the street
02:04 PM - Since ‘Goodbye Perry’ was so nicely done by humans in mostly red shirts as seen in the Hamburg Item, issue 32, May 15, this peaked my interest. Perry High School was built in 1931. I was born March 18, 1932. So now I reverse the numbers. Gee whiz, I’m only 81.
Questions to Sophie: A new question and answer column
11:48 AM - Questions to Sophie is a new question and answer column addressing reflections on work, family, friendship and personal issues. Send your questions to email address: email@example.com or mail them to the office at the address listed below. The column is by Suzanne Kline, a practicing...
A Look Back in History by Richard H. Shaner Hottenstein Mansion in Maxatawn Twp. is site of 77th
12:35 PM - While hundreds of Americans drove by the 1783 historic Georgian mansion, east of Kutztown on Route 222, Hottenstein family descendants from all over the United States converged there for an exciting reunion, eating gourmet PA Dutch food and paying homage to their Americana ancestry.
Letter to the Editor: A goodbye and thank you to co-workers and patients
11:02 AM - Dear Editor;
Small Beginnings: Are you a carrier? Better take your medicine!
10:52 AM - There’s a strange situation that can happen in genetics. A person can be born with a gene that is destructive and harmful and yet it never affects that person directly, but they pass it on to the next generation. These people are known as carriers. They spread the offending gene only when certain...
Past, Present and Future: Strategies for preventing poison ivy
10:47 AM - Poison ivy is a constant companion on trail. Over the years I have developed strategies for preventing and controlling exposure.
03:08 PM - Father’s Day is June 16th this year and I don’t know why, but it’s always tough to think of something special to get for Dad on his special day of honor. Although I don’t personally know your Dad, Step-Dad, or Husband, the father of your children, but I do know that he does not need or want...
Fleetwood Area School District Report: Sharing the many accomplishments of our students
11:50 PM - Each year I enjoy sharing the many accomplishments of our students. These accomplishments range from excellence in academics and vocational skills to excellence in fine arts and athletic skills.
Famous names adorn signature quilt
12:28 PM - Most readers would be surprised to learn that the craft of quilting bed coverings was not brought to America with the Pennsylvania German immigrants. Quilting seems to have been learned here in the Germanic community from an Anglo practice that employed quilted bedding.
A Look Back in History: Americana Chicken And Waffle Dinners Of The Pa Dutch
10:38 AM - As a Pennsylvania historian, I have always been fascinated with the early American iron industry in southeastern Pennsylvania where our iron ore mines were excavated by Colonists to meet the growing demand for the local iron furnaces. However, these iron foundries had to meet the needs of our...
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