Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Almost Home

Pictuered is Ben Zeamer of Columbia, who is on his way home from Afghanstan after a tour of duty with the Army. He will arrive back home in Columbia July 13 and be home for 15 days. He'll then head back to Afganistan until mid-December.

Remember this?

Let's not too do much complaining about the recent heat. It wasn't that long ago we were all complaining about 60 inches of snow.

Barbecue is upcoming

The Holy Trinity Church will hold a chicken barbecue on Saturday, Aug. 14 from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Chicken can be picked up at the church lot or the Susquehanna Fire Company.
Dinners are $6.
For more informationm call 684-2711 or 684-2075

New signs for new event

The Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce, with the help of borough highway workers, installed new signs on the light poles in the downtown area. The chamber will hold Art in the Park later this month.

If M&T has been this busy

This is a picture of the parking lot behind the former M&T Bank at Fourth and Locust streets. It's been closed since the end of June and it didn't take long for thosr who live in the area to find parking.

Another first for Columbia softball

It was a season of firsts for the Columbia softball program this season. First winning season; first 10-plus win season and first ever District 3 playoff berth and win. Now, they have an all-state player in pitcher Emily Detz, who was named honorable mention in Class AA. Here is a link to Dave Bryne's story:

More information

More from yesterday's police reports: :

Washington Boro Tomato Festival time

Washington Boro will be the place to be this Saturday and next: