March 1, 2017
Business Directory Now Online!!!
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We hope you'll enjoy having your hometown newspaper available to you online, 24-hours a day. If you are a subscriber, click through the sections to the left for the latest local news and information, and make sure you check out our new business directory.
For those non-subscribers, you have free access to our classified, obits and business directory pages. Make sure you tell our directory advertisers where you saw their ad!
In the absence of Doug Phelps, Sue Furney took the chair as the Harford Township Supervisors met on February 21st. And Ms. Furney’s first action was to welcome Dustin Walker to the table as Harford’s newest Supervisor. Throughout the meeting, Ms. Furney walked through the various agenda items, patiently explaining each to the novice Mr. Walker. A young aspirant to the honor, Zack Weida, declared his intention to run for the seat in the primary this Spring, and Mr. Walker graciously accepted the challenge.
Local Boy Scouts were out in force at Lanesboro's regular monthly meeting for February. The meeting, delayed a week due to coincidence with St. Valentine's Day, was rescheduled from the 14th to the 21st. The 45-minute meeting was well attended not only by a half-dozen Boy Scouts, but by their parents and scouting leaders as well. Spokesman for the entourage of Troop 81 was Bob Martin, who explained that the scouts were there to fulfill one of their requirements to earn their “Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge.”
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