today’s news and information gleanings from here and there!
Quote for today… “I’d like to believe I can trust those in power, I acknowledge that I probably don’t.” – Richard Buckwalter, New Holland resident, comments in an article about “privacy vs. security” in today’s Sunday News.
- Deeds recorded: “Columbia Borough conveyed property on a public road to Pa. Dept. of Transportation for $1″ – Sunday News
- “A houseboat was set ablaze on the Susquehanna River late Saturday evening — possibly by a woman with a flare gun.” – Sunday News
- “Kline’s Services has promoted Brandon Kline to operations supervisor. Kline, of Columbia, spent the past seven years as a part-time technician. A fourth-generation employee, he is a recent Millersville University graduate.” – Sunday News
- Letters to the editors of the Sunday News
- How lucky we are to live on Lincoln Highway: “The Lincoln Highway, the nation’s first transcontinental highway, is celebrating its 100th birthday this year,” begins the article in today’s Sunday News. The writer of the article, correspondent Laura Lippstone, begins the three-part article, by saying that “You don’t need to drive the entire length to experience its rich history. A day or weekend will do just fine –which is easy, since the highway is right in our back yard.” She begins in Adams County today.
- 4 pieces of fatherly advice from Davy Jones – Harrisburg Patriot-News
- This week’s restaurant inspections in Lancaster County – Sunday News
- This week’s restaurant inspections in York County – York Dispatch
- 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.
- “The following Columbia area residents recently received degrees from Millersville University: Rochelle Sload, B.S., business administration; Fromy Taveras, B.S., business administration; Mandee Hatcher, summa cum laude, B.S.E., early childhood education; Christine Mease, B.S., computer science; Brandon Kline, B.S., business administration; Jonathan Saravia, B.S., business administration and Ashlyn Null, cum laude, B.A., social work.” – Sunday News
- “The following Columbia area residents recently received degrees from York College: Katrina Russell, Columbia, a senior, nursing; Kerri Sawyer, Columbia, a junior, nursing and Anna Yeiser, Columbia, a junior, nursing. – Sunday News