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Living on a college budget is no easy task, but Brooke Balmer, a West Chester University sophomore and 2017 Ephrata High School graduate, uses her artistic skills and creativity to help her through it. More:
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Ephrata Review Jul 17
The July 17, 2019 edition of The Ephrata Review will be ready soon!
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Ephrata HR Jul 17
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Ephrata Review Jul 14
When Sheree Kober opened her wig and fashion boutique, she intended to provide quality wigs to the community. But her past experiences has led her in a direction that seems predestined by the kind of person she is.
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Ephrata Review Jul 12
Rothsville Community Day kicks off at 9:30 a.m. with a 5K Fun Run/Walk sponsored by WellSpan Family & Pediatric Medicine. Proceeds from the registration fee will benefit WellSpan’s Prescription for Caring program.
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Ephrata Review Jul 12
Denver Borough manager, Mike Hession, reported at council’s July 8 meeting how well Denver Pool manager, Jennifer Kieffer, and her staff at Denver Pool handled two water rescues of young children in the last five days. More:
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Ephrata Review Jul 10
The July 10, 2019 edition of The Ephrata Review will be ready soon!
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Ephrata Review Jul 7
Piper Sobon of Lititz stars in the lead role of the orphan who gets the chance of a lifetime in 1933 by having the opportunity to spend Christmas in New York City with billionaire Oliver Warbucks. Check out our review below.
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Ephrata Review Jul 6
Sidewalks involved more discussion than any other topic on Akron borough council’s agenda at their regular monthly meeting at borough hall in June. More:
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Kirk Neidermyer Jul 4
On assignment at the Ephrata fireworks tonight. I was positioned at the track.
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Firecracker Run on this hot and humid 4th of July morning.
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Ephrata Review Jul 4
Items are just the latest of a string of symbolic tributes lovingly left on the grave marker of Major Dick Winters since his death in 2011. Many of the items placed upon the marker are left by American citizens from across the nation. More:
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Ephrata Review Jul 3
Heatherwood Bike Park will not only offer something fresh and new to Ephrata, but to all of the county. The park is a collaborative effort between Mainspring of Ephrata and the Susquehanna Area Mountain Bike Assn., and supported by Ephrata Borough council.
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Ephrata Review Jul 3
Griffin Roth of Denver, a member of the class of 2020 majoring in robotics engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, was a member of a team that recently completed an intense, hands-on research through the WPI project center in Yerevan, Armenia.
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Ephrata Borough, PA Jul 1
Planning Commission Meeting: Event date: July 16, 2019 Event Time: 07:30 PM - 11:59 PM Location: 124 S State Street Ephrata, PA 17522
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EphrataNationalBank Jul 2
All ENB offices will be closed Thursday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. ATMs, Online Banking & Mobile Banking are available for your banking convenience.
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Ephrata Review Jul 2
The July 3, 2019 edition of The Ephrata Review will be ready soon!
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Ephrata Review Jun 27
Whether it’s called the Green Corridor, the Gasification Project or the Biochar Plan, it’s not happening in Ephrata anytime soon, according to information from Ephrata Borough Council.
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Ephrata Review Jun 27
Ephrata graduate Abigail Frey loves picking up the vibe, the smell of culture. She doesn’t wait for the perfect trip, but rather goes for it. And last month she reached a new milestone, traveling to all seven continents before age 30.
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Ephrata Review Jun 22
Response times and “on scene” times have remained stable, Lincoln Fire Chief Richard Gehman said, but the calls for service have increased. Out of a year of 365 days, Lincoln had 355 calls for service, he added.
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