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Kutztown Borough Council remembers former president Mac Eidle

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Hamburg sisters win Best of Breed at Farm Show

Hamburg Area High School Agriculture Science Club members Christianna and her sister Kaitlyn Flaherty showed their rabbits at the 2017 Pennsylvania Farm Show. ...

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