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Junior Honor Society inducts new members

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The Jersey Shore Area Middle School Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society inducted 28 seventh graders and 8 eighth graders on June 4. The National Honor Society is an international organization founded on four pillar qualities: character, service, scholarship, and leadership. These ...

State auditor to study security of voter rolls

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Voter beware By MARK SCOLFORO Associated Press Pennsylvania’s elected governmental watchdog announced Monday a team from his agency will take a closer look at the state’s voter registration records to make sure they are accurate and safe from outside interference before the 2020 ...

Taber Museum to host ‘Gen. Pershing’

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WILLIAMSPORT — David Shuey will appear as Gen. “Black Jack” Pershing at the Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society for a program Sunday at 2 p.m. in the community room Pershing was a key figure in World War I. He was a senior United States Army officer. His ...

Dear Annie

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When others jump to conclusions Dear Annie: This concerns unwanted reactions by others to my husband’s and my medical problems. My husband has balance and coordination problems, for which we have been seeking answers for years. He sometimes stumbles or falls. I have experienced a ...

Around the Town

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Good day And happy birthday to Rohan Askey Word of the day Arrogate — To claim or take without justification. Quote of the day “A pair of powerful spectacles has sometimes sufficed to cure a person in love.” — Friedrich Nietzsche County Republicans The Clinton County ...

Calendar of Events

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WEDNESDAY r Fossil DiscoverE program, 1 p.m., Ole Bull State Park Stone Pavilion (Pavilion #4). 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 ...

To Your Good Health

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Do statin drugs deplete the body’s CoQ10? DEAR DR. ROACH: I am writing to inquire about the effects of statins on the body. My husband is a 66-year-old diabetic taking metformin and atorvastatin. A highly respected chemist friend told us that the statin drugs completely deplete the body of ...

Creating their own path

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JERSEY SHORE - The bleachers in Thompson Street Stadium were filled to the max on Saturday morning, showing just how much love the community felt for those dressed in their black robes and orange sashes. Jersey Shore Senior High School’s class of 2018 made there way to the field to ...

PPL promotes reading at Renovo Elementary

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PHOTO PROVIDED Students and teachers at Renovo Elementary School had some special visitors on in late May. The PPL team, partnering with WVIA-TV, brought the character Curious George to the youngsters in grades K-3. The team gave each child two or three books and also read stories to the ...

Ross Library receives donations, memorials

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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 ...