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Geisinger Life Flight now carrying blood on board

Local news

Each time a Geisinger Life Flight crew heads out for a call, they’re now grabbing a small cooler containing their latest life-saving tool: blood. The addition of blood being onboard all air ambulances and the ground transport unit means better care for critically injured patients before they ...

Police news – Sept. 17

Police, court and fires

Williamsport man arrested on DUI charge MONTOURSVILLE — State Police at Montoursville arrested a Williamsport man along state Route 87 at 3:06 a.m. on Sept. 10. According to police, a 23-year-old Williamsport man was traveling north on state Route 87 when he rear-ended a vehicle being ...

SV Historical Society plans open house, chicken barbecue

Community

LOGANTON — Every September since the dedication of the Sugar Valley Historical Society Museum in 2012, the Sugar Valley Historical Society has celebrated National Museum Day by hosting an open house and chicken barbecue. This year will be no exception. Bring your family and friends and ...

County discusses role in Renovo row house situation

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LOCK HAVEN — At Monday’s work session, the county commissioners discussed the county’s involvement regarding the Renovo row homes on 14th Street which were declared uninhabitable last week. Clinton County Planner Kathryn deSilva said the homes are unsafe and a hazard to the people ...

Emergency services

Police, court and fires

LOCK HAVEN— The following calls were made to the Clinton County Communications Center. Sept. 15 — At 6 a.m. fire companies from Lamar and Flemington, along with Flemington ambulance, responded to a vehicle accident on Route 80 Eastbound in Porter Township. The call ended at 9:12 a.m. ...

Lycoming judges rule medical marijuana use is a probation violation

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From PennLive WILLIAMSPORT – It is now a violation in Lycoming County if a person on probation uses medical marijuana, even if the individual has an identification card permitting its use. That was the ruling Thursday by three of the county judges who cited as their reason the federal ...

Old Photo Album: Former Jay Street bridge demolition underway

Community

PHOTO PROVIDED After workmen for Nestlrode Contracting Company in Lock Haven removed a section of beam from the Jay Street bridge on Sunday in the 1980s, the first section of the span tilted as the old bridge gave way under the force of gravity. The work crews spent approximately two hours ...

Clarification

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CLARIFICATION PFC Don Hills and PFC Dave Wagner posted the colors at the “Flag of Honor Ceremony” on Sept. 11 at the Clinton County Courthouse.

Calendar of Events

Community

Sept. 18-21 — The Annie Halenbake Ross Library annual book sale Sept. 18-21 on the library patio. The hours are Wednesday, Sept. 18 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday, Sept. 19, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, Sept. 20-21 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday is “Bag Day” and ...

US blames Iran for Saudi strike; big hit for oil prices

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By ROBERT BURNS AP National Security Writer WASHINGTON — The U.S. tried to build its case Monday that Iran was behind the fiery weekend attack on key Saudi Arabian oil facilities that raised new war worries and sent energy prices spiraling worldwide. Iran denied responsibility, while ...

Tractors, trucks and fireworks

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As usual, the truck and tractor pulls and fireworks on Friday night brought hundreds of people to the small community of Antes Fort. It was the Fort Antes Days 28th Annual Celebration, and three days of family fun, including Shadows of The Old West, which has been a hit for several years.The ...

Woodward Township police warn of scam

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DUNNSTOWN — An envelope addressed to “Dunnstown Neighbor” is being sent to multiple homes within Dunnstown, Woodward Township Police said. The letter starts with “Hi Neighbor” and implies that the local neighborhood is using a free website to post items such as for sale, lost pets, ...

Around the Town

Community

GOOD DAY to Katelyn Kendall of Jersey Shore Quote of the Day “To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also believe.” — Anatole France Word of the Day Oncostman — Mine worker paid by the day Free Family Event Reading Under the ...

Man allegedly fires pellet gun at pedestrians

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From staff reports JERSEY SHORE — From his second-floor apartment window, a naked 50-year-old man allegedly aimed and fired an air pellet rifle at a father and his 1-year-old daughter on Thursday night, striking the man in his left leg, Tiadaghton Valley Regional police said. Thomas ...

Police news – Sept. 16

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JS man charged with DUI, escape JERSEY SHORE — Seth Young, 21, of 4513 Route 44, Jersey Shore, has been charged by Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police with DUI, escape and other charges after he was stopped by police, fled on foot and was caught by police after he was picked up by a friend. ...

Old photo album

Community

Pictured are basketball players during Old Timers’ Night in 1952. Top row, from left, Harry Whitman, Eugene Stevens, Lenard Wood, Mahoney and Bud Bratton. Bottom row, Walter Darrin, Bus Johnson, Dick Saxton, Brick Saltsman, Howard Bradney and Jack Smith. Thank you western Clinton County ...

Renovo Reading

Local news

The Bucktail campus held their 5th annual Reading Under the Lights recently as parents and students joined Bucktail and Renovo Elementary faculty on the school’s football field to not only read but enjoy a number of educational activities. Reading Under the Lights was held immediately after ...

Emergency services

Police, court and fires

LOCK HAVEN — The following calls were made to the Clinton County Communications Center. Sept. 13 — At 5:38 p.m., Dunnstown Fire company responded to an odor investigation at Woodward Meadows. The call ended at 6:15 p.m. Sept. 14 — At 12:10 a.m., fire companies from Black Forest, ...

Calendar

Community

Today — The monthly meeting of the UPMC Lock Haven Hosptal Auxiliary, 1 p.m., Senior Activity Room. All members welcomed. Sept. 18-21 — The Annie Halenbake Ross Library annual book sale on the library patio. Hours are Wednesday,Sept. 18 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday, Sept. 19, from ...

Shoe Bank open to kids, teens Saturday, Sept. 21

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LOCK HAVEN - School is in full swing, and as the weather cools down, kids will need good school shoes. The Lock Haven Area Shoe Bank will give free new, school-quality shoes to eligible kids and teens on Saturday, Sept. 21 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Shoe Bank is located inside Covenant ...