Brandon and Jamie Miller
Lori and Robert Brubaker
Jamie and “J.D.” Greer
Ben D. Hall; 1950 graduate, LMHS; Genetic Engineering Pioneer.
Joe Flannery; 1968 graduate, LHS; President, Weaver's Department Store
Margaret and Harold Jones
Logan Wayne Hastings and Amy Michelle Kennedy
Colton, left, and Ethan Horne discuss the rockets they designed and built with members of the Palmyra 4-H Club. The club’s annual tour was on July 26 and included visits to the homes of April and Kyle Hostetler, the Hornes, Emma and Reilly Stewart, Jenna and Alaina Flory and Molly and Graham Ogden.
Jenna, left, and Alaina Flory talk about their pig project during the Palmyra 4-H Club’s annual tour on July 26. Members of the club also received a sneak peak of livestock and other exhibits to be shown at the Douglas County Fair. The tour ended at the home of Tyler Kapelle for a potluck dinner and monthly club meeting.
The judges of "Top Chef" at the Emmys.
This undated handout photo provided by the journal Science shows migrating monarch butterflies. How do Monarch butterflies find their way to Mexico every fall? Turns out they orient to light using their antennas. How do we know? Researchers painted butterfly antennas black, and the insects got lost.
A home is for sale Thursday in Palo Alto, Calif. Home resales dipped unexpectedly last month after a four-month streak of gains, providing evidence that the housing market recovery remains fragile.