Lancer Soccer Teams Took to the Field Saturday 10-22-11

Saturday started out cool as the GM Boys and Girls Soccer teams faced off against Slippery Rock. The boys game was a battle and was tied at 1-1 near the end of regular play, when at the last 2 seconds Peter Keim scored a goal to make it 2-1 Lancers. Great excitement and a great […]

Lancer Football Squads Both Add One To The “W” Column This Weekend

Friday evening, 10-21-11, the Lancer Varsity Football Squad Scored a Win, in a game played at Gus Anderson field in Millcreek, beating the Fairview team with a final score of 42-10 bringing the season standing to 6-2. In the JV game played at GM’s Linden Field, the GM squad also ended with a win against […]

John Evans Reports 10-21-11

Legislation Advances to Increase Grant Program for Fire, EMS Companies By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) Last week, legislation passed the House Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee that would expand a very successful grant program that has provided hundreds of thousands of dollars each year to volunteer fire and ambulance companies serving the 5th District […]

John Evans Announces Intent Not To Seek Re-Election

HARRISBURG – After more than a decade of serving the 5th District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) today announced that he will not seek another term representing the people of Erie and Crawford counties. He will serve out the remainder of the current term, which will end on Nov. 30, […]

Lancer Letter 10-18-11

Next Generation by Richard Scaletta With the passing of Steve Jobs, the world has lost one of its greatest innovators. When we consider the devices he pioneered and their prolific world-wide adoption, we realize what a significant impact his life had. General McLane’s technological history is somewhat parallel to the evolution of Apple. I remember […] Newsletter 10-17-11

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Visit The “Forbidden Forest” At Goodell Gardens Oct 22nd!

Wizards, witches and muggles alike invited to the Forbidden Forest at Goodell! As part of Edinboro’s Potterfest, Goodell Gardens will offer tours of the Forbidden Forest, planted by the famous Edinboro sisters, Carrie and Margaret Goodell. Join us on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 2 to 6 p.m. for a tour that will begin in the […]

John Evans Reports 10-14-11

House Endorses Proposal to Better Protect Young Athletes By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) In my 20-plus years as a sportscaster, I covered literally thousands of sporting events, and unfortunately during that time, my stories included injuries, from high school athletes to the professionals. Many of those injuries, we assumed, were simple bumps on the head. […]

Edinboro Potterfest – October 17th thru 22nd

Two points for Gryffindor! It’s really quite amazing you see, and it’s really very hard to know what is real and what is, well, “magic!” Edinboro University and many area merchants will join together and present a very amazing event : Edinboro Potterfest, October 17th thru the 22nd. If you enjoyed the magical writings of […]

3rd Annual Halloween Costume Ball Scheduled for October 22nd

Edinboro’s Oasis Masonic Lodge and the Edinboro Rotary Club invite their members, friends, and neighbors to the 3rd Annual Halloween Costume Ball on Saturday October 22nd from 8pm to Midnight. The Ball will be held again this year at Culbertson Hill Country Club. The entertainment for the evening will be provided by Endless Summer There […]

Tell Me More

Tell Me More. Contributed by: Rev. Joanne Rowden I have always been someone who has not been comfortable with conflict. I remember even as a child being a peace maker. As I have grown, however, I have come to understand that there can be value in conflict when it is viewed from a fresh perspective. […]

Erie Philharmonic To Present Concert in Edinboro, Oct 18th

A concert by the Erie Philharmonic Orchestra will be presented Oct 18th at 7:30pm in the Louis C Cole Auditorium of Edinboro University. This Edinboro University Friends of Music event will be dedicated to the late Mary Alice Alexander. The program for the evening will include Mozart “Overture to Marriage of Figaro” William Alexander “Conccerto […]

Edinboro Fire Department Dinner Scheduled for Oct 13th

The monthly fund raiser dinner of the Edinboro Volunteer Fire Dept will be held August 11th. The dinner includes: Chicken & Biscuit Dinner, vegetable , dessert and beverage. . The cost is $7. Dinner is served from 5 to 6:30pm. Take out is available. All proceeds will benefit the Edinboro VFD. Support our firemen and […]

Wise Words: 10/11/11

Reducing Medical Expenses: Part 2 by Dr. Rebecca Wise Save on prescription medications by ask for generics or larger quantities. Many insurance companies are now allowing you to get a 90 day supply instead of just a month at a time. However, if you cannot afford that large a quantity, ask the pharmacist to only […]

Walker Brothers Chevrolet Has Grand Re-0pening

Al long last the reconstruction is finished at Walker Brothers Chevrolet Buick on Erie Street, in Edinboro, PA It all started about a year and a half ago when a heavy winter snow caused a roof cave-in destroying the entire service department wing of the dealership. All this week the owners and staff at Walker […]

Just Another Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood!

What a great day for a parade! Near perfect weather,a large enthusiastic crowd, lots of smiling children, and one great parade made for a great day in Edinboro! Long before the parade started a large crowd gathered for the now famous Keggs & Eggs, and by parade time it was extremely difficult to find a […]

Edinboro Homecoming This Weekend!

It looks like a near perfect weekend for the Edinboro University homecoming, whoever ordered the weather 4.0! Lots of alumni in town and lots of townies who just like to celebrate are all ready to join in the festivities. Another great addition, or actually return to tradition, is the fact the Homecoming Parade will again […]

John Evans Reports 10-07-11

House Proposal Seeks to Criminalize False Caller IDs By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) Whenever an advance in technology occurs, there are undoubtedly some unscrupulous individuals wishing to exploit the technology for their own personal gain. Unfortunately, scammers are now falsifying caller identification information displayed on both cell phones and landlines to trick people into think […]

At Peace With Yourself

At Peace With Yourself Contributed by: Rev. Joanne Rowden There is one person who has been a constant in your life from the moment you were born until the moment you will die…yourself! You are the person that you spend the most time with. The relationship that you cultivate with yourself will be reflected within […]