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Dear Annie: Many years ago, I was in the U.S. military. I was sent to Southeast Asia and served three six-month tours. On my last tour, I suspected my wife had an affair, but I had no proof. While I was in training for a job after I was released from active duty, I heard that my wife had spent ...

To Your Good Health

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BY KEITH ROACH, M.D. DEAR DR. ROACH: My son is a kidney transplant recipient. Is it safe for transplant recipients to get the new Shingrix vaccine? — J.O. ANSWER: Because the Shingrix vaccine is not a live vaccine, it is thought to be safe. It is licensed for immunocompromised people, like ...

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GOOD DAY ...and happy birthday to Belinda (Andrus) Warren, 63, of McElhattan Quote of the Day “Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get.” — Forrest Gump New Sunday bingo! New Sunday Bingo, paper packages and bingo machines every Sunday at the ...

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BELLEFONTE -- At Marion-Walker Elementary School, Veterans Day celebrations are held each and every year. Even when Veterans Day falls on a weekend -- as it did this year -- Marion Walker principal Karen Krisch knows the show must go on. And it did. Marion-Walker held its annual Veterans ...

Police News — Nov. 13

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Police release details of threats against students BEECH CREEK — A 17-year-old male from Beech Creek was taken into custody by Clinton County Juvenile Probation and charges of terroristic threats are pending after he allegedly sent two threatening Snapchat messages to an 18-year-old female ...

Salvation Army honors local veterans

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PHOTO PROVIDED The Lock Haven Salvation Army honored local veterans with a dinner on Veterans Day. Special guest was Clinton County Director of Veterans Affairs Bill Bechdel. Pictured, from left, front, are Harold Shoemaker, Carl Andrus, Bob Jackman, Dick Gill, Jim Gill and Talford Hill; and ...

Fire rips through hunting camp

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CAMMAL - Flames tore through the Camp Orlando hunting camp on High Street late Monday morning, drawing volunteer firefighters from three counties to the scene. The two-story building, which could sleep 18, was engulfed in flames by the time firefighters reached the scene. There were no ...

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LOCK HAVEN — The following calls were made to the Clinton County Communications Center. - At 9:14 a.m., the Dunnstown Fire Station responded to a fallen tree along Ramm Hollow Road in Woodward Township. The call was cleared at 9:29 a.m. - At 6:06 p.m., the Lock Haven Fire Department ...

Critic of contemporary feminism to speak at LHU

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LOCK HAVEN - A student organization at Lock Haven University will host a woman known as a critic of contemporary feminism at a speech this week on campus. Christina Hoff Sommers is an American Enterprise Institute Scholar author, philosopher, and professor at Clark University. She will ...

Mix of rain and snow expected

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LOCK HAVEN — It’s time to get out the winter coats, warm gloves, hats and scarves. Wintry weather is getting more treacherous by the day, and Clinton County may see its first snowfall by this afternoon. Rain showers are expected this morning, with a chance of rain and snow showers ...

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‘Finding Dory’ showing at Movie Night MILL HALL — The movie “Finding Dory” will be presented at Community Movie Night at Central Mountain High School Auditorium on Friday, Nov. 30. The movie, popcorn and water are free to all who attend. Donations will be accepted. Movie ...

Revitalize Jersey Shore group needs volunteers

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JERSEY SHORE —Some may remember the borough of Jersey Shore as an area that once prospered in business: From the line of shops on South Main Street, to the businesses located throughout the borough. A group of dedicated individuals have formed a Revitalize Jersey Shore project to bring ...

Calendar of Events

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Tuesday, Nov. 13 - Dirt, Gravel and Low Volume Roads Quality Assurance Board, 8 a.m. Will discuss 2019 ranking. - Red, White, and Blue Team to speak, 7 p.m., third floor of Ross Library.

Old photo album

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PHOTO PROVIDED Lock Haven celebrates the end of WWI In November of 1918 Lock Haven celebrated the ending of World War I with a parade on Main Street. This photo was taken by John W. C. Floyd and given to The Express by Kelsey Spangler. Thank you Kelsey for sharing such an amazing moment in ...

Dear Annie

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Dear Annie: A former co-worker of my husband’s invited us to his son’s wedding. We received the usual “save the date” card one year prior to the ceremony. For the whole year, he asked us whether we would be attending every other week. About six months before the wedding, my husband’s ...

Too much iron is treated by regular blood donations

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BY KEITH ROACH, M.D. DEAR DR. ROACH: I’m a 70-year-old woman. Last October, during my annual physical, blood tests showed that my iron levels were extremely high. My doctor did additional blood tests for hemochromatosis and concluded that I didn’t have it. She suggested that I donate ...

Around the Town

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GOOD DAY ... and happy belated birthday to Renee Taylor, 60, of Lock Haven. Word of the Day Claddagh — A ring in the form of two hands clasping a crowned heart, given in friendship or love. Quote of the Day “I don’t understand why when we destroy something created by man we ...

BEA honors local veterans

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WINGATE - It’s been fifteen years since Aaron Irvin graduated from the Bald Eagle High School in 2003. Just two weeks after graduation, Irvin enlisted in the Marines. Since then, a lot has happened in his life. He married, had two children, served fifteen-and-a-half years in the military, ...

2 vehicle accident on Main Street

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LAURA JAMESON/THE EXPRESS Emergency responders were called to the intersection of North Jay and East Main streets at approximately 7:45 p.m. last night for a two vehicle accident with possible injuries. The Lock Haven Fire Department and Lock Haven EMS responded to the scene where the two ...

Renovo honors local Veterans

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KEVIN RAUCH/THE EXPRESS Above, the youngest students of the Bucktail Campus have garnered the yearly tradition of opening the Veterans assembly with students of the Headstart Pre-K Class kicking things off by leading the Pledge of Allegiance. From left are Ryker Yost, Sarah Auman, Drake ...