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Ross Library receives donations, memorials

Local news

LOCK HAVEN — Ross Library has benefited from the following memorials, honors, and other gifts and donations received in May. IN MEMORY OF: Chuck Ballard from Mark and ElizaBeth Seeber; Joanne Black from Brad Black; Jonathan Bravard from Donald and Elizabeth Brobst, Elsa Winch, Lock Haven ...

Summer recreation program starts today

Local news

LOCK HAVEN —The summer recreation program of the Keystone Central School District in conjunction with Clinton County, the Clinton County Community Foundation, and nine sponsoring municipalities will again be available at no charge to area school aged children. The City Beach will be ...

Proceedings from district judges

Police, court and fires

LOCK HAVEN — The following court proceedings were held before district judges. r Joshua Mikhy Andrus, of Beech Creek, charged with marijuana-small amount personal use, use/possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts initial possession of controlled substance by person not registered, ...

Old photo album

Community

PHOTO PROVIDED Lester Geise uses a lathe to make an axle in the Pennsylvania Railroad shops at Renovo. It’s clearly a very large axle, for an engine, caboose or train car. The year is not known. We thank Charles Barnum, a western Clinton County historian, for sharing this with other ...

Around the Town

Local news

Good Day and Happy Birthday to to Patrick Thomas Kuntz, of Butler, 8 years old! Word of the Day Sacrosanct — The most holy or sacred; or something which is immune from criticism. Quote of the Day “The young man knows the rules, but the old man knows the exceptions.” – Oliver ...

POLICE NEWS – JUNE 11

Police, court and fires

False report LOCK HAVEN — Kristin M. Burgard, 20, of Sunbury, was charged with reporting a false crime to law enforcement on June 8, after reporting a stolen vehicle on May 20, Woodward Township police said. The vehicle was reported stolen from Armory Drive in Lock Haven and was a 2007 ...

calendar of events

Local news

WEDNESDAY r Fossil DiscoverE program, 1 p.m., Ole Bull State Park Pavilion #4 (Stone Pavilion). r Comedy “The Savannah Sipping Society,” 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Millbrook Playhouse Cabaret, 570-748-8083, www.millbrookplayhouse.net. r Public ceremony to dispose of unserviceable flags, 6 ...

Father of man accused of killing officer acquitted

Police, court and fires

GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) — The father of a man accused of having killed a western Pennsylvania police officer has been acquitted of witness intimidation and other charges. A Westmoreland County jury deliberated for a little over an hour Friday before acquitting 47-year-old Gregory Baucum of all ...

PRR House of the Month for May

Community

The home of Randy and Jane Edwards is the PRR House of the Month for May. The PRR organization (Preserve, Renew and Rejuvenate Western Clinton County) gives an award to an outstanding home each month and says the Edwards property is always in immaculate condition and is an asset to the South ...

Centre libraries to kick off summer with a party

Local news

BELLEFONTE — Centre County Library’s Summer Learning Program for kids will kick off Friday, June 22 with a party from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Bellefonte Community Children’s Garden behind the museum section of the building at 200 N. Allegheny St. Seth Young will draw caricatures, and there ...

Body of canoeist who disappeared May 25 found

Police, court and fires

MOUNT BETHEL, Pa. (AP) — Officials in Pennsylvania say the body of a New Jersey man who disappeared last month while canoeing on the Delaware River has been found. Thirty-nine-year-old Cheeyen Yap of Laurence Harbor, New Jersey was reported missing May 25 after the canoe carrying him and a ...

‘Magic’ coming to Lock Haven

Local news

Nerd Haven and The Express partnering to host competition By KEVIN MCKEE kmckee@lockhaven.com LOCK HAVEN — Some “magic” is coming to Lock Haven. On Saturday, Aug. 18, The Express community newspaper and its sponsors are joining Nerd Haven to bring the community a large ...

‘Time Out’ at Millbrook

Community

Millbrook’s Savannah Sipping Society is a ‘bubbly’ and heartfelt treat Randa Covington (Gerri Weagraff), a tightly wound, middle-aged career woman, has just been laid off, following a very public outburst when she gets passed over for a promotion. So, she decides to make a change ...

Six Biblical questions to ask when in conflict

Religion

In this fallen world, conflict is inevitable. Husbands and wives, parents and children/teens/adult kids, roommates, co-workers, brothers and sisters in Christ, believers and non-believers — we all sin against each other at times — at times intentionally but many times unintentionally. We ...

r Making Life Better

Health

You can do a lot with this tender-topped vegetable Asparagus is one of the first garden vegetables we see at farmer’s markets and is a sure sign that more fresh vegetables are to follow. As a child, I liked asparagus only if it was smothered in cheese sauce and served on toast, but over the ...

County gets $80,000 for courthouse preservation

Local news

From staff reports LOCK HAVEN– Clinton County has been awarded a grant of $80,000 from the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission (PHMC) to preserve the Clinton County Courthouse. On June 6, the PHMC Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the county’s courthouse ...

Sentencings in Clinton and Lycoming counties

Police, court and fires

LOCK HAVEN — The information in Courthouse Roundup is obtained through public records. It is policy of The Express that this information not be withheld from publication. CLINTON COUNTY r Matthew William Wadsworth, charged with possession with intent to deliver, fined $1,000, placed in ...

Around the Town

Community

Good Day and Happy 19th Birthday to Samantha McGregor, on Sunday! Water Boil Advisory Residents at Castanea Manor, 200 E Keller St. may be at increased risk for Microbial Contamination due to loss of psoitive water pressure due to a main break and are advised to boil water before ...

Lamar Lighthouse Camp opens this Sunday

Religion

Summer concerts move to Cedar Heights LAMAR — Lamar Lighthouse Camp opens its 2018 season this Sunday. People who look forward all year to the weekly Sunday evening concerts will not be disappointed, but the concerts will be held at a church this year, due to a building issue at the ...