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How you can absorb Peach Bottom/Delta Welsh culture in a Sunday afternoon

You might recognize this distinctive door and stonework as part of the front of a Welsh miners’ cottage in Peach Bottom Township, Pa. Tours of a Coulsontown cottage will be offered as part of the Delta Holiday Home Tour on Dec. 8.

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Prospect Hill Cemetery moment honors heroes in emergency, armed services

York, Pa., Daily Record/Sunday News photograph captures a memorable moment Sunday at Prospect Hill Cemetery. Here we have U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, in military uniform, handing a folded American flag Michelle Miller, second from left. Michelle Miller is the wife of Loganville Fire Company chief Rodney Miller, who died in the line of duty earlier this year. The moment was part of a Court of Valor observance, tied to Sept. 11, 2001. The Court of Valor bears the names of more than 300 military veterans who earned medals for valor or sacrifice. So the day was a moment in recognizing heroes in the emergency services and armed services.

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York, Pa., meets William C. Goodridge, former slave and successful businessman, returning from the past: Linked in to history, 5/6/13

Robert Brinson, a reenactor portraying William C. Goodridge, played the role of the 19th-century former slave and businessman in the Gettysburg Remembrance Day event in Manchester Township over the weekend. The event, sponored by Good News Jail & Prison Ministry, was an early observance of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and the Confederate invasion of York County. Many more to come.

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York-area Remembrance Day marks early observance of Gettysburg 150: Linked in to history, 4/30/13

Yorktownsquare covers Gettysburg Sesquicentennial Remembrance Day, the Casper Glattfelter family, Tom Wolf’s run for Pennsylvania governor and Loganville Fire Chief Rodney Miller’s death in the line of duty.

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Number of York/Adams emergency, police officers killed in line of duty mounting

The Loganville Fire Company pays its respects to its chief, Rodney Miller, who died in the line of duty Saturday. The Loganville, Pa., community, as is the far reaches of York County, is mourning the loss of this respect firefighter.

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