All Posts by Ken Knickerbocker

Happy Birthday Charlotte! – Updated Again!

Editor’s note: This post is an updated version of a February 28, 2012 post. Charlotte Amalia turns Five today. Charlotte came in to this world on February 28th, 2010 weighing all of 1 lb. 1 oz.


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Jones Food Street Journal

Ball and Thistle Pub, Wyncote Golf Club in Oxford By David Jones After our dinner this week I got to thinking I could probably get quite a bit a mileage out of visiting restaurants at golf


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Where Do We Turn For Peace

It is with much sadness that I note the passing of Daulton Pointek and Carli Imbierowicz Saturday evening.  Carly, an Octorara High School Junior, was just 16 while Daulton, a Senior at the same school, was


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Jenn’s Musings: Halloween And Trick or Treat 2014

By Jennifer Savage I love Halloween—and not just for the candy! I just love watching the kids coming to the door, dressed up in various costumes. Maybe because I love kids so much that anything that


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Cierra Runge Wins National Swimming Poll

More on Cierra’s designation as US Swimming Breakout Performer of the Year here.


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Jones Food Street Journal

Flying Machine By David Jones This week we went back to a place we hadn’t been in at least 3 years. It was nice to see that the Flying Machine at the Chester County Airport hasn’t


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Jones Food Street Journal

Harry’s By David Jones This week Mom, Lin and I went to Harry’s in Sadsburyville. As we pulled into the parking lot there were quite a few tables full on the patio. There were also a


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Octorara Booster Club Sponsored Race Through Parkesburg Will Kick Off Community Days

The Octorara High School Cross Country and Track & Field Booster Club will sponsor the Fountain Inn 5k race on August 2nd, kicking off Parkesburg Community Day, a day full of events for the entire family,


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Parkesburg Community Days Poster

Poster courtesy of the Community Courier and Engle Printing & Publishing Co.


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Parkesburg Library Garden Update

By David Jones Well, we are a month and a half into our growing season behind the Parkesburg Library and things are really looking good. We’ve had a few strawberries that were small but very sweet.


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