News

Emergency services

Police, court and fires

LOCK HAVEN — The following calls were received by the Clinton County Communications Center. THURSDAY - At 10:47 a.m., fire stations out of Lock Haven, Beech Creek/Blanchard, Flemington (Good Will Hose), Dunnstown and Mill Hall responded to a fire alarm along Renovo Road in Allison ...

UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven completes emergency room renovations

Community

LOCK HAVEN —UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven medical staff recently celebrated the completion of the emergency department renovations with a special ribbon cutting. The project involved a complete update of the 1,500 square feet of lobby area including new flooring, ceiling, lighting, paint, ...

Local attorney published in Solicitor’s Handbook

Business

JERSEY SHORE – Marc S. Drier, Esquire, of Drier & Dieter Law Offices in Jersey Shore, has authored a chapter on Eminent Domain published in the Solicitor’s Handbook, a resource book published periodically through the Governor’s Office to assist Pennsylvania attorneys. Drier is a ...

River of Life Fellowship to celebrate six years of worship

Religion

LOCK HAVEN — All are invited to Celebration Sunday at River of Life Fellowship this Sunday, May 19 which is observing six years of worship, fellowship and service together. The contemporary service will begin at 10 a.m. with a Fellowship Lunch following the service around 12:15 p.m. River ...

TAKE STEPS TO RECOVERY

Health

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. — — — ...

The arboretums of today

Outdoors

There are plenty of books and articles written about the changing nature of children and outdoor play. Today’s youth don’t interact as much with their outdoor environment compared to other generations and some have hypothesized that it may be linked to a rise in various health issues such ...

Christensen touts experience ‘at the right time’

Local news

By JOHN RISHEL jrishel@lockhaven.com LOCK HAVEN — Republican Mitch Christensen, 57, is hoping to turn his experience in the health care industry into his first term as Clinton County Commissioner. “I am a former veteran, I was a field medic in the army and that is what started me in ...

Courthouse Roundup

Police, court and fires

MARRIAGE LICENSE - Robert Gordon Aungst II, of Mill Hall, to Zoey Lynne Silverstrim, of Mill Hall, on May 13. - Chelsea Linn Caprio, of Loganton, to Kyle Hunter Sweeley, of Loganton, on May 9. - Kayla Skye Dixon, of Lock Haven, to Ryan Charles Trexler, of Lock Haven, on May 13. - ...

A great day for Special Olympians

Community

MILL HALL — There were 90 athletes who participated in the 30th annual Clinton County Special Olympics Track and Field Day held May 6 at the Central Mountain Middle School. The day began with Natalie Young singing the National Anthem and Michael Miller giving the Special Olympic Oath. The ...

Tractor Supply presents $970,121 to National FFA

Business

Tractor Supply Company and the National FFA Organization continue to partner to support the next generation of agricultural leaders through their Grants for Growing program. Grants for Growing provides funding to FFA chapters across the country for the development or improvement of a proposed ...

LOCAL CHURCH BRIEFS

Religion

Nittany Valley UCC to change worship time LAMAR — The Nittany Valley Charge of the United Church of Chirst will change its worship hours effective June 2 and continuig until June 2020. The sister congregations of Mt. Bethel, near Lamar, and Salona will continue to worship together, ...

FINDING SUPPORT

Health

HEALTH ∫ Alzheimer’s and Caregivers Support Group — 7 p.m. June 11 (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. June 12 ...

Bald Eagle Rifle League

Outdoors

Year-end statistics Team Standings Markovich Const. Inc. 20-0 782.900 Liberty 14-6 770.250 Strouse Electric 12-8 767.270 Mill Hall 8-12 749.900 Avis 6-14 ...

Conklin takes ‘good common sense approach’

Local news

By JOHN RISHEL jrishel@lockhaven.com LOCK HAVEN — Standing for “just a good common sense approach to making decisions for this county that affect us now and in the future,” Democrat candidate Paul Conklin, 66, is seeking his second term as Clinton County Commissioner. “My family, ...

Scouts place flags on veterans’ graves

Community

PHOTO PROVIDED Troop and Pack 54 of Beech Creek/Blanchard assisted their chartered organization, the Beech Creek America Legion Post 623, replacing worn flags on Veteran’s graves at Clark, Hays-Fearon and Sunnyside cemeteries. Pack 54 meets Tuesdays at the Friendship Community Center in ...

Stay mentally fresh during the workday

Business

METRO — Energy levels tend to ebb and flow throughout a typical workday. A cup of coffee may provide some caffeine-infused spark in the morning, but a big lunch can squash energy later in the afternoon. Waning mental sharpness as the workday progresses can compromise productivity, making it ...

Our communities are called to worship

Religion

American Evangelical Christian Churches CHARLTON Charlton Chapel Dr. Bryon Reynolds, pastor Worship 8:30 a.m. Assembly of God JERSEY SHORE AREA Main Street, Antes Fort Dave Bremigin, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. MILL HALL Echo Hope Assembly 320 ...

IN THE PARKS

Outdoors

OLE BULL STATE PARK - SMART Fishing Program— Sunday, May 26, 3:30 p.m. This program is geared toward teaching others to be responsible anglers. Bring a fishing pole. Extra fishing poles and bait will be provided. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Meet at the ...

Harding taking the ‘natural next step’ in her life

Local news

By JOHN RISHEL jrishel@lockhaven.com LOCK HAVEN — Angela Harding, 45, is taking her first step into the political arena this year, running on the Democratic ticket for Clinton County commissioner. “I grew up on a farm. I am not originally from around here, but I quickly fell in ...