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  1. Documentary film explores world's highest train in TibetRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Morning Call

    'High Train to Tibet' by director Patrick Morell will screen at noon April 19 at the Emmaus Theatre. A documentary about the impact of the 2006 completion of the Qinghai-Tibet railway, the world's highest train, will screen at noon Sunday, April 19, at the Emmaus Theatre.

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  2. Liberty softball team continues to surprise, knocks off Becahi in battle of EPC contendersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Morning Call

    Carrodo's Hurricanes continued their surprising season with a 4-1 win over the host Golden Hawks to strengthen their position atop the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference's Steel Division. Liberty is 8-1 overall, 7-1 in the league and much better than anyone expected considering the Hurricanes graduated nine players from last year's 18-6 team.

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  3. Lacrosse notebook: Girls, boys unbeatens square off FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Morning Call

    With 26 goals and 18 assists, Baleigh Bradley is the leading scorer for undefeated Southern Lehigh this season. This year, there are four - two boys teams, two girls.

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  4. Going strong at 92 when Rt. 29 crash ended her lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | The Morning Call

    Margaret A. Sabo, 92, a former New York women's fashion designer, lived in Upper Hanover Township from 1981 until she was killed Tuesday in a traffic collision on Route 29 south of Emmaus. Margaret A. Sabo, 92, a former New York women's fashion designer, lived in Upper Hanover Township from 1981 until she was killed Tuesday in a traffic collision on Route 29 south of Emmaus.

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  5. Emmaus High baseball team finding its form after slow startRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | The Morning Call

    Emmaus senior Joel Bartoni is one of the Green Hornets' top hitters and pitchers. The Eastern Pennsylvania Conference's lone new baseball coach this season inherited one of the area's most successful programs.

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  6. Art comes alive at Bethlehem's new Urban Street Art FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | The Morning Call

    Award-winning street painter Jennifer Chaparro is at peace with the idea that after a light rain one of her creative, colorful 3-D chalk pictures on pavement will begin to bleed like a Monet and wash away in heavy storm. "It doesn't bother me because people come and take pictures and it just lives forever on the Internet," Chaparro says in a phone interview from her home in South Florida.

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  7. Author, talking in Emmaus, talks about who murdered Betsey at Penn StateRead the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | The Morning Call

    Forty-five years ago a Penn State graduate student named Betsy Aardsma entered the labyrinth-like basement stacks at the university's Pattee Library the day after Thanksgiving and was stabbed to death. DeKok makes his case in "Murder in the Stacks: Penn State, Betsy Aardsma and the Killer Who Got Away," a meticulously researched book released in 2014.

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  8. Bethlehem, Emmaus students hold mini-thons for Four Diamonds FundRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | The Morning Call

    Freedom High School students and Liberty High School students combine classes during the third annual Mini Thon Saturday at Liberty High School in Bethlehem. Freedom High School students and Liberty High School students combine classes during the third annual Mini Thon Saturday at Liberty High School in Bethlehem.

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  9. Allen High baseball team out to end long district playoff droughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | The Morning Call

    A few days before Allen held baseball tryouts, Rob Leskosky watched one freshman tell a classmate he should come out for the team. "The word is out at school," Leskosky, an Allen teacher and the Canaries' third-year coach, said this week.

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  10. Easton outmuscles Emmaus in 15-3 boys lacrosse winRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | The Morning Call

    As Easton went to the halftime break with a six-goal lead Wednesday night in its Eastern Pennsylvania Conference lacrosse contest at Emmaus, the Red Rovers focused on one thought. "The first thing we said right when we got to the sideline was, we've been here before," Easton senior Kyle Walsh said.

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  11. Parkland shrugs off injuries to roar by Emmaus in girls lacrosseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | The Morning Call

    Parkland's Sarah Stagaard had five goals and three assists in the Trojans' victory over Emmaus Tuesday night. Then, eight minutes into the game, Ana Emerick walked off the Memorial Stadium field with a broken nose after an Emmaus shot ricocheted off the crossbar and caught her flush in the face as she turned toward the cage.

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  12. Alburtis officer helps deliver twinsRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 4 | The Morning Call

    Alburtis police officer Cory Fluck helped deliver a baby inside a borough home last month. He recently received an award from the Borough of Alburtis for his help.

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  13. How to use horticultural vinegar to control weedsRead the original story

    Friday Apr 3 | The Morning Call

    Q: I would like to try vinegar with orange oil on my weeds this season. Do you know where I can buy them locally? I can find them on the Internet but would rather purchase these products in the Allentown or surrounding area.

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  14. Nazareth softball team regroups from tough loss, routs Whitehall 14-7Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | The Morning Call

    Nazareth's Krista Colussi scores their first run against Whitehall in their girls softball game at Whitehall High School on Thursday. Nazareth's Krista Colussi scores their first run against Whitehall in their girls softball game at Whitehall High School on Thursday.

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  15. Emmaus holds off Parkland for boys lacrosse victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 1 | The Morning Call

    Emmaus's Braedon La Bar blocks a shot on goal by Parkland's Dante Cavallucci during their mens Lacrosse game at Emmaus High School on Wednesday. Emmaus's Braedon La Bar blocks a shot on goal by Parkland's Dante Cavallucci during their mens Lacrosse game at Emmaus High School on Wednesday.

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  16. Former celebrity photographer Luke Wynne of Easton captures 70 Lehigh Valley artists in their studiosRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | The Morning Call

    Rhonda Wall, photographed in her Easton studio by Luke Wynne for "Artists in Residence - Artists of the Lehigh Valley," on display at the Banana Factory, Bethlehem, through May 24. Rhonda Wall, photographed in her Easton studio by Luke Wynne for "Artists in Residence - Artists of the Lehigh Valley," on display at the Banana Factory, Bethlehem, through May 24. Scott Sherk, photographed in his Orefield studio by Luke Wynne for "Artists in Residence - Artists of the Lehigh Valley," on display at the Banana Factory, Bethlehem, through May 24. Scott Sherk, photographed in his Orefield studio by Luke Wynne for "Artists in Residence - Artists of the Lehigh Valley," on display at the Banana Factory, Bethlehem, through May 24. Barnaby Ruhe photographed in his Emmaus studio by Luke Wynne for "Artists in Residence - Artists of the Lehigh Valley," on display at the Banana Factory, Bethlehem, through ... (more)

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  17. A wilting Pennsylvania Dutch tradition: ham and dandelion dinnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | The Morning Call

    Dandelion greens, not the flowers, are used in ham and dandelion dinners. You want to pick the greens before the plants flower. 1 comment

  18. Regional Mentored Youth Trout Day is SaturdayRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Morning Call

    Greg Gliwa helps Brandon Jenney of Catasauqua with some fly fishing technique during the Little Lehigh Chapter of Trout Unlimited Fly Fishing's Youth Camp at Camp Olympic in Emmaus in 2014. Greg Gliwa helps Brandon Jenney of Catasauqua with some fly fishing technique during the Little Lehigh Chapter of Trout Unlimited Fly Fishing's Youth Camp at Camp Olympic in Emmaus in 2014.

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  19. Easton seeks to seal the deal this year in area boys lacrosseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Morning Call

    Easton's Kyle Walsh , defending against Emmaus graduate Nick Tonno in a game last year, is a returning all-area player for the Red Rovers. Easton's Kyle Walsh , defending against Emmaus graduate Nick Tonno in a game last year, is a returning all-area player for the Red Rovers.

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  20. Emmaus Farmers Market gets early start, opens weekly on April 12Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Morning Call

    The Emmaus Farmers Market will open on a weekly basis beginning on Sunday, April 12, the earliest ever for the popular market. The date is three weeks earlier than in years past for the market, which is based in the parking lot of National Penn Bank at 235 Main St. Hours will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sundays through December.

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