Mission to Amish People was founded in 2001 with the purpose of evangelizing and discipling Amish and Former Amish as well as assisting those that leave the Amish by providing education, housing, and basic life skill training. read more...
Daviess County officials are once again looking at the possibility of raising the fees on buggy plates. The discussion came up at a recent Daviess County Commissioners meeting but was tabled until early next year.
In box trucks and horse-drawn wagons, Amish farmers and others carry corrugated crates of bright vegetables and fruits to an open-sided auction house in Oxford, Chester County, Pa., to meet buyers for grocers, restaurants, and caterers three mornings a week.
In box trucks and horse-drawn wagons, Amish farmers and others carry corrugated crates of bright vegetables and fruits to an open-sided auction house in Oxford, Chester County, to meet buyers for grocers, restaurants, and caterers three mornings a week.
MAINE - According to the Maine DOT, Maine has seen more than 17,000 crashes so far in 2021 resulting in over 4,000 injuries. Last year, Maine saw 28,000 crashes with 6,700 injuries for the whole year. 2019 saw more than 8,000 injuries and over 35,000 crashes.
SMETHPORT, PA — Those who live in the northeast quarter of McKean County have likely noted there are more Amish families as evidenced by horse-drawn buggies on roads and Amish workmen repairing roofs and constructing buildings.
MARSHFIELD, WI – Passing farm machinery in a no-passing zone has been against state law since 2014. Yet, Wisconsin’s rural roadways are still dangerous for the state’s farmers who share the road with motorists.
The Yale Law School Free Exercise Clinic co-authored an amici curiae brief in support of Amish plaintiffs’ challenge of a law compelling them to use modern septic systems for certain wastewater disposal in violation of their religious beliefs forgoing technology.
For decades, Hank Wiebe of Hillsboro has flipped pancakes during the annual Mennonite Relief Sale. He started out as a kid, helping his parents make Russian pancakes. Now, he is sharing the experience with his daughter Erin Hein and granddaughter Rylie Hein, 12.
MINDEN, NY — An Amish barn, home and business were completely destroyed by a midday fire Wednesday that left a roughly seven-member family uninjured, although several horses and dogs perished in the western Montgomery County blaze.