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The Pike County Courier
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Weis Supermarkets ribbon cutting Nov 19, 2020

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  • Weis Supermarkets ribbon cutting Nov 19, 2020 Store Hours: Mon - Sat 7am to 10pm; Sun 7am to 9pm Pharmacy Hours: Mom-Fri 9am-9pm; Sat 9am-6-m; sun 10am-2pm weismarkets.com
  • 11/20/2020
  • Album ID: 2271490
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Children’s Advocacy Center Ribbon Cutting November 4, 2020

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  • Children’s Advocacy Center Ribbon Cutting November 4, County District Attorney Raymond Tonkin and the Pike County Commissioners scheduled the grand opening ribbon cutting for the new Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) at 2pm on November 4th. The former Magisterial District Judge's office was renovated, updated, and furnished into a safe, child-focused environment to serve victims of child abuse. Speakers, in addition to DA Ray Tonkin, were Senator Lisa Baker, Sarah Wilson and Darla Dickson, Byron Dickson's mother. The center was renamed for Corporal Bryon Dickson.
  • 11/4/2020
  • Album ID: 2270897
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Three Pike polling stations jammed with midmorning voters standing in long lines

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  • Three Pike polling stations (Milford Borough, Milford Township, Dingman District One) jammed with midmorning voters standing in long lines. Robust turnout in Pike County. Wait time midmorning was an hour in Milford and over two hours in Dingman District One. At every location, Trump and Biden tents and/or tables greeted voters 15 feet from the entrance to polling places. Trump and Biden tents offered hot coffee, donuts, candy, literature, campaign buttons and encouragement.
  • 11/3/2020
  • Album ID: 2270823
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Warriors whip Trojans

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  • Delaware Valley High School (Westfall Township, Pennsylvania) defeated North Pocono High School (Covington Township, Pennsylvania) in varsity football on Friday, October 23, 2020. The final score was 35-7. The game took place at Delaware Valley High School. Jason Henderson scored 2 rushing touchdowns for Delaware Valley. Preston Machado and Paulie Weinrich scored 1 rushing touchdown apiece. Delaware Valley offensive lineman Ryan Battaglia intercepted the ball then ran it in for a touchdown at 7:46 left to play in the second quarter extending Delaware Valley's lead 27-0. Cormac Starr made the extra point kick that pushed the lead to 28-0. Starr successfully made several extra point kicks during the contest. The Delaware Valley Warriors earned a 35-0 lead over the North Pocono Trojans by halftime. Korry Eisley scored North Pocono's only touchdown. Brady Mapes made the extra point kick. Team records: Delaware Valley Warriors 3-1. North Pocono Trojans 2-2.
  • 10/26/2020
  • Album ID: 2270456
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Drive thru pickup disperses 800 meals at Milford's American Legion

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  • Drive thru pickup disperses 800 meals at Milford's American Legion Delaware Valley's 18-21 Transition Program made it happen.
  • 10/25/2020
  • Album ID: 2270409
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Tom Quick Inn gets face lift

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  • Tom Quick Inn gets face lift. Bill Rodado is the owner. General contractor is Wayne J. Tracy Conklin, Shannon Sutphen (orange tee) and Colin Walters painting.
  • 10/22/2020
  • Album ID: 2270288
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Choosing Integrity supports inmates rebuilding their lives in Pike's jail and after release as well

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  • Choosing Integrity supports inmates rebuilding their lives in Pike's county jail and after release as well
  • 10/13/2020
  • Album ID: 2269915
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Two drive through pickups for 1200 free meals on the 22nd and 24th in Milford

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  • Two drive through pickups for a total of 1200 free meals on the 22nd and 24th in Milford. VFW Commander Greg Protsko reached out to Cysco and made the dream of a drive-up food pantry a reality. USDA Farmers to Families 800 free meals offered at The American Legion Post 8612 in Milford. Heart2ServeU, Milford Rotary and Kilted Suds will be present with American Legion members to distribute meals. THIS IS OPEN TO ALL. NO ID REQUIRED. The drive through food distribution means just pull up, pop the trunk, and a box of frozen meat, a box of dairy, a box of produce and a gallon of milk will be placed in each vehicle's trunk. A second drive-up distribution on the 24th at Center for Developmental Disabilities between 9am and 1pm. YOU MUST BE ABLE TO SHOW ID THAT YOU LIVE LOCALLY FOR THIS FREE CDC DISTRIBUTION. The CDC has 400 meals and the distribution will last until the food runs out.
  • 10/11/2020
  • Album ID: 2269788
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Sagamore Estates

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  • Here is a photo from a water main leak in front of Virginia Pfeiffer's house in Sagamore Estates last year that was allowed to run for over a month, doing damage to the road. She said, "I am a seasonal resident, using my house on a part-time basis from April to October, not at all from November to March I don't have any water-using appliances. My quarterly bills range from 0 to 2 CCF (1 CCF = 748 gallons). On a yearly basis, it has been a total of 3 CCF most years. This means that under the current rates my quarterly bills will range from $344.52 to $386.04. My yearly cost will be $1,440.36 for the 3 CCF or 2,244 gallons ($1,378.08 customer charge plus $62.28 usage). And this is for using hardly any water!"
  • 10/5/2020
  • Album ID: 2269519
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Delaware Valley is defeated by La Salle

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  • La Salle College High School (Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania) defeated Delaware Valley High School (Westfall Township, Pennsylvania) in varsity football on Friday, October 2, 2020. The final score was 27-23. Delaware Valley High School hosted the game. Football fans were not allowed to be inside the stadium because of Covid-19 restrictions. Only essential personnel, The Delaware Valley High School Marching Band and cheerleaders were in attendance to watch the game. A few fans cheered the teams from outside the stadium fence.Timothy Mehlmann scored two rushing touchdowns for La Salle. Matthew Bowes and Justin Machita  scored a touchdown. Aiden Black, Mark Callanan and Cooper Kidd each scored a touchdown for Delaware Valley. Team records: Delaware Valley Warriors 0-1. La Salle Explorers 2-0.
  • 10/5/2020
  • Album ID: 2269487
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter
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