The North Korean cargo ship, Wise Honest, middle, was towed into the Port of Pago Pago in the late morning on Saturday, May 11, 2019, in Pago Pago, American Samoa. The Wise Honest ship was seized by the U.S. because of suspicion it was used to violate international sanctions. It arrived Saturday at the capital of this American territory. (AP Photo/Fili Sagapolutele)
In this undated photo made available on Sunday, May 12, 2019 by @SussexRoyal, Meghan the Duchess of Sussex holds the feet of her baby, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, have released a photo of their newborn baby to mark MeghanÕs first MotherÕs Day as a mom. The image posted on Instagram shows her hand cradling the feet of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, who was born on Monday, against a bed of spring flowers. (@SussexRoyal via AP)
From left are Dorie Gilmore, Business Services Representative, CareerLink® Clinton County; Carrie Amann, Executive Director, PA Workforce Development; Paul Conklin, Clinton County Commissioner; Robert ‘Pete’ Smeltz, Clinton County Commissioner (Chairman); Eileen Cipriani, Deputy Secretary for Workforce Development, PA Department of Labor and Industry; Jeffrey Snyder, Clinton County Commissioner (Vice Chairman); Erica Mulberger, Executive Director, Central PA Workforce Development Corporation; Cathy Dremel, Human Resources Administrator, Clinton County Government.
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The Neff house located in the Mill Hall area where Timothy Neff stabbed his sister-in-law to death.
Timothy Alva Neff
A similar truck to Neff’s who is still at large.
Superintendent Jacqueline Martin hands her donation to a student and one of the Mini-THON advisors, Jaime Kessinger.
Students who donated their hair for children with cancer pose for a picture.
The student body shows their four diamond symbols.
A 24-hours-old Iceland horse foal runs with its mother in their paddock in Wehrheim near Frankfurt, Germany, Sunday, May 12, 2019. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
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The “Bucktail Players” a coffee house style performance made up primarily of Bucktail Area High School students with assistance from alumni performed “Murder and a Song” an evening of rather talented performances and acts Friday evening on stage at the Dale Florey Gymnasium. Audience members sat in a candlelight setting as the stars of the show wowed the crowd repeatedly. The intimate setting allowed for a unique interaction between the performers and those in attendance. First photo, Sylvia Moore sings with a performance under the stage name of Ms. Dixie Munroe. Second photo, Bucktail freshman Charly Kepler as Dr. Carmen Reid sang and played piano on her rendition of Adele’s “Someone Like You.”