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Ceramics passion brings clean water to developing nations

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While teacher waits for a heart transplant, community rallies to help

Early last December – in her early 40s and happily employed as a history teacher at Valley Forge Military Academy – Linda Jara began doctoring for a sinus infection before “being blindsided” by a heart failure diagnosis two...

By M. English 21st Century Media Services |

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    State Police; BMX bikes stolen from Topton resident’s garage, incident under investigation

    State Police at the Reading station are investigating a burglary that occurred in Topton on July 21 at 12:01 a.m.

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    St. John’s Day Care sails into summer fun

    As summer is underway, the children here at St. John’s Day Care jumped right into our fun-filled program.

    By Leah Batarick St. John’s Day Care |

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    Three new degree programs approved for Kutztown University

    The Board of Governors of the State System of Higher Education approved three new degree programs to be offered at Kutztown University. The State System approved a new Bachelor of Fine Arts in applied digital arts degree, a Master of Arts in arts administration degree and a Master of Education in music education. All three programs fall under Kutztown’s College of Visual and Performing Arts.

    Kutztown University Relations |

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    Kutztown Patriot Church News

    Salem E.C. Church, 2150 Old 22, Lenhartsville

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    Dreibelbis Farm Historical Society to host annual Farm Festival

    On Saturday, Aug. 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Dreibelbis Farm Historical Society will host its annual Farm Festival at the Historic Dreibelbis Farm in Virginville.

    By Ned Dresher Dreibelbis Farm Historical Society |

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    Fleetwood Girl Scout Daisy Troop 1956 moves upward and onward; girls “bridge” into Brownies

    Fleetwood Girl Scout Daisy Troop 1956 graduated from being a Daisy Girl Scout Troop (kindergarten and first graders) and “bridged” into Brownie Girl Scouts (second and third graders).

    By Linda Yuengel Fleetwood Girl Scout Service Unit Manager |

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    Hibbett Sports store opening in Kutztown

    Hibbett Sports, Inc. (NASDAQ/GS: HIBB), an Alabama-based athletic retail company, is pleased to announce that its newest Hibbett Sports store will be opening in the Kutztown, PA market, employing approximately eight full and part-time team members.

    Hibbett Sports |

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    Longswamp’s Jacob B. Moyer receives scouting’s highest honor, recognized at special Eagle Scout ceremony

    Jacob B. Moyer, 18, of Boy Scout Troop 575 (Hawk Mountain Council) in Longswamp was honored at a special Eagle Scout ceremony on Sunday, July 19. To earn scouting’s highest award, Jacob had to earn at least 21 merit badges, serve as a leader in his troop and complete a major community service project.

    Boy Scout Troop 575 |

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    Robert C. Wagner promoted to Lieutenant

    Acting State Police Commissioner Marcus L. Brown has promoted Robert C. Wagner, a native of Beaver Falls, Beaver County, to lieutenant and assigned him to Troop L, Reading as the Patrol Section Commander. He most recently served as the station commander of Troop L, Hamburg.

    Pennsylvania State Police |

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    Samuel Kulp earns Eagle Scout rank

    Samuel C. Kulp has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Samuel is the son of Thomas and Deborah Kulp of Kutztown. Sam is a scout in Troop 101 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Kutztown.

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