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ESCANABA TOWNSHIP, MI - A total of four Amish alert signs were stolen off county roads in September. Since then, the Delta County Road Commission has replaced the signs and the Delta County Sheriff’s Office has been working to deter others from stealing the signs again.
LANCASTER, PA - A 75-year-old Lancaster County man could face a prison sentence more than three times his age after pleading no-contest Thursday to 20 felony charges of sexually assaulting four pre-teen girls.
DAVIESS COUNTY, IN - Daviess County officials are expected to raise the price on buggy plates. The Daviess County Commissioners have spent several weeks discussing the possibility of raising the price on the plates.
When death visits the Amish, everything stops.When death visits the Amish, everything stops. A normally industrious family is stilled for a period of mourning. It begins the moment a loved one dies and extends until after the burial and repast.
ELIMSPORT, PA - Amish families’ buggies have long traveled the gently rolling roads of White Deer Valley, a bucolic part of the state north of Harrisburg. But lately they haven’t been quite as welcomed. The problem is what the horses pulling them leave behind.
FOUNTAIN CITY, IN - Wayne County commissioners on Wednesday stated their willingness to rescind a stop-work order issued by the county at the state's request if doing so would allow an Amish family to complete a half-finished home on Boundary Road.
ESCANABA TOWNSHIP, MI — This summer Amish families moved into the Delta County area, and Amish alert signs were put up to caution other motorists using the roads to keep an eye out for the Amish in their horse-drawn buggies.
It’s fall 2018, and La Farge physician James DeLine has brought us to talk with Barbara and Daniel Hochstetler, part of the large Amish population in Wisconsin’s Driftless Region. Six of their 11 children live with siterosterolemia, an extremely rare disease that can cause joint damage, stroke or heart attack, due to accumulations of a plant-based fat akin to cholesterol.