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Shuttle available for CMHS graduation tonight

Due to extreme wet conditions, there will be limited parking at Central Mountain High School for graduation ceremonies today at 7 p.m. in the Malinak Stadium at the High School. Handicapped parking will be available. There will be additional parking at Central Mountain Middle School with a ...

Corrections

Joel Long, a Democrat, will face Republican Jeff Brinker for Lock Haven mayor in the November General Election. Brinker defeated Richard Conklin in a write-in campaign to get his name in the Republican slot on the November ballot. Long was unopposed for the Democratic nomination in the primary. ...

Around the Town

GOOD DAY to Fred Muthler of Avis Quote of the Day “I didn’t get there by wishing for it or hoping for it, but by working for it.” — Estee Lauder Word of the Day Dogmatic — Expressing rigid opinions; Prone to expressing strongly held beliefs and opinions. Chicken ...

Ross Library receives gifts, donations, memorials

LOCK HAVEN — Ross Library has benefited from the following memorials, honors, gifts and donations received from May 1-31, 2019. IN MEMORY OF: Barbara Atwell from Purple Sisterhood; Chuck and Eileen Ballard from George and Stephanie Maciag and Ruth Winton; James Yesupriya Dayananda from Ron ...

Calendar of Events

SATURDAY ∫ 38th Annual Lemont Strawberry Festival, 3-7 p.m., Village Green, Lemont. Rain or shine. Featuring pony rides, art activities, “speeder” rides, music, ice cream, homemade cakes and of course lots of strawberries. Also tours of the grain elevator and coal sheds. The Village ...

CORRECTION

“Real oppression was the forced removal in 1838 of the Cherokee Indians from the southweast to Oklahoma in bad weather,” was one of the definitions of real oppression listed by James Holter of Howard in a recent letter to the editor published in The Express. The date was incorrectly listed ...

JS girl donates to SPCA for birthday

PHOTO PROVIDED Molly Dalton, 8, a second grader at Jersey Shore Elementary School, decided to give back for her birthday. She collected items for the Clinton County SPCA that included dog and cat food, treats, toys, flea medication, cat litter and cleaning supplies which were delivered on ...

CMHS seniors earn scholarships from Flemington Hi-Neighbors

PHOTOS PROVIDED The Hi-Neighbor Committee of Flemington awarded four CMHS Seniors each with a $200 Scholarship. Above, pictured from left are, Dan Baker President of Hi Neighbor Committee, Makayla Brungard attending LHU for a Degree in the Physician’s Assistance Program, Autumn Dershem ...

Walnut Street announces senior awards

AVIS — Walnut Street Christian School announced award winners for their 2019 graduating class. ∫ Braden Borowicz: ACAA All Star Soccer and Basketball Team, Offensive Award in Soccer, Offensive Award in Basketball and Honor Society five years. ∫ Salutatorian Kaela Howell: ACAA All Star ...

Walnut Street Christian School lists honor students

AVIS — The following students were named to honor rolls for the fourth quarter at Walnut Street Christian School. HONOR ROLL Second Grade —Evelynne Krick, Aubree Reichard, Elijah Rinker, Kaleb Shafer, Keegan Tomb Third Grade —Malachi Dick, Colton Hayes Fifth Grade — Hallie ...

In the Schools

Saint Francis University graduates The following local students graduated from Saint Francis University in Loretto on May 12. ∫ Sophia Grubb, of Bellefonte, graduated with a Associate of Applied Science - Behavorial Science. ∫ Courtney Laird, of Bellefonte, graduated with a ...

Around the Town

Good Day and Happy Birthday to Dan Troast! Quote of the Day “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.” — Steve Jobs Word of the Day Myriad — Constituting a very large, indefinite number; innumerable Waiting Together Waiting Together is a ...

Gone Fishin’

More than 100 kids participated in Ole Bull State Park’s Children’s Fishing Derby last Saturday. The fishing started at 10 a.m. and measuring lasted until noon. Then, everyone met at the ampitheatre to give special recognition to the young fishermen. Each partaker entered a raffle for ...

Beta Sigma Phi Sorority celebrates 88th anniversary

PHOTOS PROVIDED Hailing from 11 locations in Clinton, Lycoming and Centre counties, a bevy of Beta Sigma Phi sisters reunited at Haywood’s on the Green to pay homage to their glorious sisterhood. The event was a ballroom celebration of the sorority’s 88th anniversary held on the ...

Space is the theme of summer programs at Ross Library

LOCK HAVEN — Fifty years ago, mankind made history by landing on the moon. This summer, the Ross Library will commemorate that event with a summer reading theme of space. Programs and events will involve outer space, and the public is invited to attend. You can’t go to space….but you ...

Around the Town

Good Day to Thomas Clarke. Word of the Day Petulant — Contemptuous in speech or behavior Quote of the Day “If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way.” — Napoleon Hill Indoor Yard Sale Faith United Methodist Church will hold their annual Indoor Yard ...

Old Photo Album: Monument at the bank of the Susquehanna River

EXPRESS ARCHIVES Before the levee was constructed in the early 1990s, a monument stood at the banks of the Susquehanna River at Canal Park, welcoming travelers to the area. It read “Lock Haven: Named by the founder Jerry Church for this old canal lock built by the state of Pennyslvania in ...

SC Elks attends Blue and Gold Banquet

The State College Elks, represented by U. B. Bakker and Duane Bullock, attended the Pack’s annual Blue and Gold Banquet. The State College Elks are the chartering organization for Pack #82. During the event, Cub Scout William Hanrahan, left, received several badges, presented by Cub Scout ...

Commissioners recognize Women’s Center

PHOTO PROVIDED Ashley Slody, Julianna Jaglowski, Delia Lasinski and Sharon Reeder of the Clinton County Women’s Center are shown with the county commissioners at an April meeting when the center was recognized by the commissioners.

Local briefs

Documentary to be shown at Roxy Theater LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County Historical Society, with the generous support of Ernie and Nancy Renninger, will screen the documentary “Redeeming Uncle tom: The Josiah Henson Story” on June 15 at the Roxy Theater, Lock Haven. Doors open at 4:30 ...