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Hokendauqua

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  • Fishing action should get better with the weather

    With the trout bite on and the weather starting to cooperate (other than snow on Tax Day), the action should become more consistent and predictable for anglers on area waterways. The cold ocean water has kept the shore action from delivering keepers....
  • High winds, cold temperatures hinder fishing

    Angler pressure has been light this week both locally and at the shores thanks to stiff winds that make the temperature feel much colder than it actually is. In addition to casting issues because of the wind, unseasonable cold night-time temperatures...
  • Snowstorms couldn't block path of young love

    I have two more romantic snow stories and a mystery for you today in the closing installment of this year's Looove Connection. The romantic contributors responded to this inquiry: What is the most romantic/considerate thing your spouse or...
  • Lehigh Valley fly fishing seminar in March

    If you've never fly-fished before or have been intimidated by it in the past, mark Saturday, March 15, on your calendar with a red star. The 2014 PaFlyFish.com Fly Fishing Instructional Jamboree will take place 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Wildlands...
  • CWD confirmed in Pa. deer on Christmas Eve

    The PGC reports that a deer killed by a vehicle in Bedford County this past fall has tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease. The disease, which spreads from deer-to-deer through direct or indirect contact, first popped up in Pennsylvania farm-...
  • 2013 Holiday Gift Guide for the Outdoors

    When the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer, it can mean only one thing: time for the annual Holiday Gift Guide for the Outdoors. With Thanksgiving falling later than usual this year, there is less shopping time between the start...
  • Conservation film to benefit local Trout Unlimited

    With two local Trout Unlimited chapters offering their annual fly-tying classes at the start of the new year, it's time to get psyched up for fly-tying. Local chapters of Trout Unlimited, along with ArtsQuest, are raising money for stream-side habitat...
  • Learning of the history of the Henry rifle

    Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center, built on land where the Henry rifle was first manufactured, will hold a seminar on the Henry Longrifle at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11 on its site. Tim Lubenesky of the Jacobsburg Historical Society will share insights...
  • Hokendauqua-North Catasauqua Bridge to close after the holidays

     
    The Lehigh Street Bridge over the Lehigh River, also known in PennDOT parlance as the Lehigh Street Tri-Bridges because it actually consists of three separate spans, will close to all traffic beginning Jan. 3, according to signs posted on both sides....
  • Moore Twp. – Project to replace Hoch Rd. bridge over Hokendauqua Creek to begin Aug. 13, end in Nov.

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced that work will begin Monday (Aug. 13) to replace the structurally deficient Hoch Road Bridge over Hokendauqua Creek in Moore Township, Northampton County. Crews will replace the existing...
  • Whitehall Mayor announces re-election bid

     
    Whitehall Township's first mayor says he will seek another term. Edward D. Hozza Jr. was elected township executive in 2007 -- a title that changed to mayor in 2009. Hozza, a Democrat, beat out two other candidates when he last ran, including a write-in...