We take a look back at your favorite stories from last year.
“Build me a hospital and make it the best” – Abigail Geisinger, 1915
Evolution of an Organization, Regional Buzz, Winter 2015.
Hilde Lysiak, one of four daughters of Matthew and Bridget Lysiak, said that in the future she doesn't want to be just a reporter, she wants to own and publish her own newspaper.
Steve and Lorna Gessner grew Christmas trees on their Richfield farm, beginning in 1987. Low market prices, a long growth cycle and the challenge of producing enough tree varieties sullied the experience for the couple and, in 2013, they cleared out the trees. A chance encounter paved the way for their farm to grow in a different direction.
Your source for getting around and having fun this winter, brought to you by Evangelical Community Hospital.
A collection of articles from the Winter 2015 Issue of Susquehanna Life Magazine.
As an AmeriCorps member charged with the task of helping to revitalize a nonprofit, Sue Stackhouse reached out to the community to gather invaluable input to revitalize Crystal Lake Ski Center, a recreational community asset teetering on the brink of financial collapse. The steps taken to save the ski center could serve as a model for infusing new life into nonprofits.
Curl up under a warm blanket this winter with one of these local reads.
Readers choose restaurants in our Dining Guide, as appears in the winter 2015 issue.