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Quote for today… “What is so rare as a day in June … ” – James Russell Lowell [Click here to read the entire poem.]
- Today is Father’s Day … Make time to let your Dad know you love him.
- “Police were investigating the apparent murder of two people at 224 Lemon Lane, Leola, Saturday and seeking information about a man believed to have been an occupant of the house.” – Lancaster Sunday News
- A home in Columbia for only $500! “DEEDS RECORDED: H. Joseph Younger and Christine E. Younger conveyed 441 Union St. to Jeffery J. Seibert for $500.” – Lancaster Sunday News
- “Alysa Poindexter, Columbia, B.A., English-professional writing, was graduated from Elizabethtown College.” – Lancaster Sunday News
Blue Postal Service collection boxes still stand on North Duke Street in downtown Lancaster. (Blaine T. Shahan/Sunday News)
[NOTE: This photo has been altered for this post by Columbia news, views & reviews.]
- Chip Smedley says, “Like dinosaurs and telephone booths, those blue curbside mail collection boxes once seen in neighborhoods all over the country are going away.” – Lancaster Sunday News
- This week’s restaurant inspections in Lancaster County – Lancaster Sunday News
- This week’s restaurant inspections in York County – York Daily Record
- A complete listing of all facilities in Lancaster, York counties and the entire state, except those in Columbia, are listed at the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Website.
- “Stephen Runkle will present a lecture on the “Gettysburg Campaign to the Susquehanna River” at 7 p.m. Friday, June 29, at the National Watch and Clock Museum, Columbia. The lecture is co-hosted by Rivertownes PA USA and the Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area. Tickets are $18. Advance registration is requested; call 252-0229, ext. 4.” – Lancaster Sunday News
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