Greetings from 27 Vergenoegd Street! (Seems like we always get the most difficult to pronounce addresses.) The last time we wrote, Mark was in the U.S. Now, we are in a new house and we love our neighborhood. It’s the most welcoming that we have been in yet. We’ve already met several neighbo…
It has been my custom in the days leading up to Christmas to take time and listen to a full recording of Handel’s Messiah, something I did this week. The opening took me back to the year when a friend and I ventured to Pittsburgh to join members of the Mendelsohn Choir and the Pittsburgh Sym…
On Oct 31, 2020 my wife and I were involved in an accident on Route 28 just north on Coder. There were four vehicles involved with extensive damage to three of them. Our vehicle sustained major damage and we ended up just south of Airport Rd. We could not get out of our vehicle.
Once again it is time for the Life Chain in Brookville and in towns all across America.
I am writing today with regard to the Jefferson County Veterans Service Center situation.
Pete Dinger started to work at our family dairy farm in Brookville the year I was born, 1944. He was 12 years old and came from a large family. They needed help.
I am looking for information on the families of William Hawthorn and George McKee both of whom lived in Jefferson County In the late 1800s. Specifically interesting is William Thompson McKee, born in 1852, and Mary Ann Hawthorn, born in 1853, died 1919. Please send information to: Carol Dono…
Greetings from Stellenbosch where we are on day five of a 21-day national lock down. It seems surreal that many around the world share in the same experience. But, this is the world in which we now live.
This letter is in response to Ms. Pat Leech’s letter to the editor published on Thursday, March 19, in the Jefferson Democrat titled “Wanted: A 100 Percent Republican State Representative for District 66."