Lancaster PA Blog, Page 23

“Amish Grace” Movie on Lifetime Network

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Hollywood has once again taken on story-telling within Lancaster’s Amish community.  The Lifetime Movie Network has produced the movie “Amish Grace”, which first aired over the Lifetime Network last Sunday […]

Horse Drawn Sleigh Alert

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It’s snow! Lancaster County is being hit by the same snow storm that’s blasting the rest of the east coast. 5-6″ so far where we are, and more on the […]

Amish Barn Raising (continued)

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An Amish barn north of Lancaster, PA burned to the ground on Friday, September 25th.  Construction on the new barn began almost immediately.  We showed pictures of the construction progress […]

Amish School Shooting – Third Anniversary

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It was three years ago today that gunman Charles Roberts entered the Nickel Mines Amish School in rural Lancaster County.  In this tragic Amish school shooting, he shot to death […]

Amish Barn Raising In Lancaster County

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You’ve probably heard about the Amish and their work ethic.  How hard working they are.  How they pull together as a community to help one another during times of need. […]

Amish School Shooting & Amish Forgiveness Books

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Books about the Amish School Shooting & Amish Forgiveness On October 2nd, 2006, Charles Roberts broke into the Nickel Mines Amish schoolhouse in Lancaster County, PA, where he subsequently shot […]

Amish Asked to Pick Up after Horses

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The above was the headline in a story from the Vernon Broadcaster in Vernon County, Wisconsin. It seems that some residents from the city of Viroqua have complained to local […]

Seifert Column: Listen to this Amish Lesson

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The following blog comments were by Ken Seifert from Andover, MA (http://www.andovertownsman.com/education/local_story_176123626.html?keyword=secondarystory): “Since 1990 I have been very fortunate to have become good friends with an Amish family near Kinzers, […]

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