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Schlow to join other libraries in boycott

Local news

STATE COLLEGE — In recent months, major publishers have changed how and when library users can access their eAudiobooks. These restrictions, enacted by Simon & Schuster and Blackstone Audio, are creating barriers to what patrons can access through their libraries. The changes include ...

Proceedings from district judges

Police, court and fires

LOCK HAVEN — The following court proceedings were held before district judges. — Kyle Gene Clark, of Jersey Shore, charged with unlawful dissemination of intimate image, waived for court. — David Lynn Condo, of Mill Hall, charged with driving under the influence-first offense and ...

Reunions

Community

SEPT. 25 — LHHS Class of 1955, noon, Dunnstown Diner. SEPT. 26 — Scantlin Reunion, noon, Creekside Restaurant, Mill Hall; bring a friend. SEPT. 26— Hammermill “office girls” reunion dinner, 5 p.m., Dunnstown Diner SEPT. 26 — LHHS Class of 1964 monthly dinner, 6 p.m., Shore ...

Sign up now for Susque-View 5K Run for Residents

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LOCK HAVEN — Mark your calendars and save the date of Nov. 2. That’s when Susque-View Home is holding its Third Annual Run for Residents which begins at Susque-View Home’s White Tail Terrace and follows the Lock Haven University trail back to the nursing facility. Susque-View ...

Finding Support

Community

HEALTH ∫ Alzheimer’s and Caregivers Support Group — 7 p.m. Oct. 8 (second Tuesday of the month), Conference Room B of Susque-View Home. Information: Fran Decker at 748-4302. ∫ Parkinson’s Support Group — Open to everyone interested in learning about the disease, 3 p.m. Oct. 9 ...

Partnership gets look at cooperative education program at KCSD

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LOCK HAVEN — Daci Killinger, cooperative education coordinator at the Keystone Central School District, gave members of the Clinton County Economic Partnership a look inside the district’s program. “This is my first year full time at Keystone Central (in this position),” she ...

Take Steps to Recovery

Community

Editor’s note: Groups listed below focus on recovery from addiction, and the meetings are open to the general public, unless otherwise indicated. Al-Anon is for friends and family members of addicts, and Romans 12:2 is for people battling addiction and their families. — — — ...

Paving on Route 2002 in Centre County begins Monday

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BELLEFONTE —The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) issued an update on a project that will see improvements to more than 22 miles of roadway surface in Centre and Clinton counties. Work scheduled for the coming week is as follows: In Centre County, the contractor will ...

Senior Center menus

Community

Bread available daily Monday — Memphis pork steak, barley pilaf, stewed zucchini and tomatoes, pineapple, whole grain bread Tuesday — Pizza casserole, green beans, cauliflower, gelatin oranges Wednesday — Alpine hamburger with hamburger roll, molasses baked beans, cheesy broccoli, ...

Register to vote Tuesday in Centre County

Community

BELLEFONTE — The League of Women Voters of Centre County will hold multiple voter registration drives to celebrate National Voter Registration Day, the 100th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution 19th Amendment and the founding of the League of Women Voters. On Tuesday Sept. 24, LWVCC ...

$2.7 million Centre Hall Natural Gas project begins

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CENTRE HALL — Ground was officially broken for the Centre Hall Natural Gas Project on Thursday afternoon at Tri-Municipal Park in Centre Hall. More than 100 people turned out for the event, which featured several guest speakers and other dignitaries. The SEDA-COG Natural Gas Cooperative ...

Emergency Services

Police, court and fires

LOCK HAVEN — The following calls were made to the Clinton County Communications Center. Sept. 17 — At 8:28 a.m. South Renovo Fire Co. responded to a alarm on Pine Street in South Renovo. The call lasted only 5 minutes. — At 2:53 p.m., Beech Creek/Blanchard Fire Co. responded to a ...

Howard Happenings

Community

By Tammy Coakley JARS NEEDED The Pleasant Valley Ladies Aid is planning their annual Harvest Day in early October. Homemade soups and apple butter is made in kettles over an open fire for the Harvest Day event. The apple butter is sold by the pint and quart jars, and many jars are needed ...

Healthcare solutions for rural Americans

Health

FAMILY FEATURES — Heart disease, cancer, unintentional injuries, chronic lower respiratory disease and stroke. These top five causes of death in the United States all have a higher incidence of death among rural residents and research points to lack of access to health care as a culprit. ...

Clinton County man sentenced for felony charges

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From Staff Reports BELLEFONTE — A Lock Haven man will serve time in state prison following his sentence earlier this week after he pled guilty to a pair of felony sexual assault charges. Centre County Judge Katherine Oliver sentenced Robert Harpster of Lock Haven to 22-48 months in prison ...

Around the Town

Community

GOOD DAY and Happy Birthday to Shirley Barner! Quote of the Day “It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation.” — Herman Melville Word of the Day Semelincident — Occurring only once in the same individual Happy Anniversary to Bob and Ruth ...

What to do about the flu

Health

If you’re thinking about skipping this year’s flu shot, consider this: arming yourself against the flu may help reduce the overall risk to your family, friends, and others in your community. If you have young children, elderly family members, or come in contact with people who have asthma, ...

Leadership Clinton County celebrates kick-off of 20th class

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PHOTO PROVIDED Seventeen new participants of Leadership Clinton County recently gathered for an extensive two-day opening retreat to kick-off their training as future leaders of Clinton County. Participants were involved in a variety of communication and team building exercises. These ...

Old Photo Album: Robb Elementary 6th Graders in 1957

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PHOTO PROVIDED Members of Robb Elementary School’s sixth grade class pose for a photo in front of the school in 1957. They are, top row, from left, unknown, Sandy Dauber, Letty Moore, Penny Glenn, Sharon Hoffman, Helen Quiggle, Sandra Bower, Mr. Myers. Middle row, Naomi Kissell, Sharon ...