Mr. Rogers and his Birds Get Around

Bruce Rogers doesn’t believe in caging his birds—“Cages are for criminals,” he says. “My birds think the Bug is their cage.”

08.2012 | Josh Brokaw | Columnist

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Getting the most from your Garden as the Thermometer Begins to Drop

I wonder who made the rule that Labor Day marked the end of summer.  I don’t think they were a gardener.  September still has warm, balmy days and soft, refreshing evenings. 

07.2012 | Lynn A. Gladieux | Columnist

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Honoring Our Veterans: Dave Ellis

With each passing year, the Vietnam War slips further into the annals of history. Many of us recognize it only through vintage footage replayed on our television screens. But, for Boyertown native Dave Ellis, the war in Vietnam was his watershed...

06.2012 | Lynn A. Gladieux | Columnist

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Military Highlight: May 2012

Recognizing Our Military, Both Past & Present

Lance Corporal Matthew McHugh’s refueling truck was loaded with 1,400 gallons of fuel as he tailed his convoy through the sandy streets of central Iraq. The weight of his truck was making driving difficult...

05.2012 | Lynn A. Gladieux | Columnist

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Military Highlight: April 2012

Recognizing Our Military, Both Past & Present

Ever since he was a young boy, Matt Gant knew he wanted to be a soldier. The 2004 Boyertown alumnus had a single focus and passion that he relentlessly pursued.

04.2012 | Lynn A. Gladieux | Columnist

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