Roll up your pant legs for Bear Creek Waterfest Saturday, April 24

April 15, 2010 // 0 Comments

The annual Bear Creek Waterfest  will be Saturday, April 24, from 8 a.m. until noon at Townsend Park, corner of Cannonsburg Road and Ramsdell Drive in Cannon Township. The public is invited to take part in a morning of food, educational fun and activities. The rubber ducky race is always a popular activity at Waterfest. Now in its seventeenth year, the Bear Creek [...]

How a village was built

July 2, 2009 // 0 Comments

CANNONSBURG'S KING—Don Kurylowicz sits on the back of Ralph the Moose, the newest addition to the eclectic community of Cannonsburg. The 25-year story of Honeycreek Inn and Cannonsburg “There were two wars going on. There was an oil embargo. We were in a recession. Our president had just resigned and a new one was coming on board,” said Don Kurylowicz of [...]

Sunny weather, plenty of fun at Classic Car Show

June 11, 2009 // 0 Comments

UNUSUAL RIDE—The big winner for the day was Jim Grzeszak. He and his wife Joy own this 1933 Ford. The vehicle features a fiberglass body built over the authentic Ford motor by a bodyshop in Danville, Kentucky. Visitors to the second annual Cannon Area Business Association Classic Car Show weren’t disappointed. Sunny skies, music with a DJ and lots of cool old cars [...]

Grocery gardens replanted

June 4, 2009 // 0 Comments

Cannonsburg Elementary School second-graders plant seeds in the “grocery gardens” behind Cannonsburg Grist Mill. Don Kurylowicz, owner of the Cannonsburg Grist Mill and Honey Creek Inn, has sponsored the “grocery gardens” again for the second year, planted by Cannonsburg Elementary School’s second-graders. The grocery gardens are located behind the [...]

Letters to the Editor

April 15, 2009 // 0 Comments

Thanks for promoting cure for diabetes family fun day Dear Editor, Thanks again for the support you are giving to promote my family fun day. I know that my event would not be as successful if generous groups like the Squire did not help me. I did notice a correction opportunity to the article this week. The article described the cost of a “poker hand” as a [...]
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