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TODAY r Centre County Library’s Summer Learning Program kick-off party, 2-4 p.m., Bellefonte Community Children’s Garden behind the museum section of the building at 200 N. Allegheny St. Pre-registration required; call 814-355-1516. r Fort-Nite for kids and parents to build and read ...

Piper Museum receives unique gift

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WENDY STIVER/THE EXPRESS Mark Kaufman, right, donated this one-third scale model of a Piper Cub Vagabond Trainer to the Piper Aviation Museum on Thursday, during the Sentimental Journey to Cub Haven Fly-In. Museum board member Roger Peperell, left, receives the gift. Kaufman’s father, ...

Six charged in assault of local man

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LOCK HAVEN — Six people face various charges in relation to an alleged “riot” that occurred on June 10 in the rear parking lot of Hangar 9 Restaurant, Lock Haven City police said. Vadim William Richard Heverly, 29, no address listed; Noah M. Zuback, 18, John Waring, 18, Dylan Michael ...

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Good Day to Carla Fisher! Word of the Day Straiten — To make narrow, or to limit, restrict. Quote of the Day “Painting, n.: The art of protecting flat surfaces from the weather, and exposing them to the critic.” — Ambrose Bierce Church benefit Wendy’s restaurant in Lock ...

Railroad work will close city crossing

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LOCK HAVEN — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is alerting area drivers to upcoming railroad work in Lock Haven. Starting Friday, July 6, crews will begin a three-day shutdown to replace the grade crossing at East Walnut Street. Due to the crossing work, East Walnut ...

Jersey Shore High School lists honor students

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JERSEY SHORE — The following students at Jersey Shore High School were named to honor rolls for the fourth markingperiod. DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL Grade 9 — Owen Anderson, Logan Bailey, Cale Blakely, Destiny Boring, Zane Bubb, Matthew Buttorff, Alexander Butzler, Brooke Cohick, Olivia ...

City beach remains closed by bacteria

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LOCK HAVEN — The water samples seemed to be improving, but that is not the case today and the Lock Haven City Beach must remain closed. Samples indicate a high level of E. coli/fecal coliform bacteria in the water, so swimmers are advised against using the river just now. Jack Bailey, ...

CMMS students named to honor rolls for the year

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MILL HALL — The following students at Central Mountain Middle School were named to honor rolls for the year 2018-19. HIGH HONOR ROLL Grade 6 —Nathan Akeley, Madison Ammon, Kyle Anderson, Samiah Anderson, Kendalyn Bair, Dylan Baker, Emma Baker, Madyson Barker, Jonathan Barth, Brooklynn ...

A force to be reckoned with

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Women pilots greatly involved at Fly-In LOCK HAVEN — Since Piper Aircraft was founded, strong and spirited women have been deeply involved in the inner-workings of the company. These are women like Sheila Scott, a British aviator, born in 1922, who was a demonstrator for Piper Aircraft ...

POLICE NEWS JUNE 21

Police, court and fires

Public Drunkenness LOCK HAVEN — At 2:07 a.m. on Tuesday, May 19, Lawrence Gaines III, 31, of 279 Nelson St., Jersey Shore, was cited for public drunkenness at Paul Mack Blvd., after being found to be high on marijuana and cocaine. Terroristic threats, assault JERSEY SHORE — Warren C. ...

Deadline nears for Leadership Clinton County applications

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LOCK HAVEN — Leadership Clinton County is accepting applications for the next comprehensive leadership development program that will start this September. The nine-month program – for people who live or work in Clinton County — is designed to help people recognize their leadership ...

Will change come to Keystone tech center?

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By KEVIN MCKEE kmckee@lockhaven.com MILL HALL — Ken Kryder is the director of Keystone Central’s Career and Technical Center, but that may change in the coming years. That’s because Kryder has a vision ... A vision he hopes will rebrand and expand the CTC - even change its ...

CC Arts Council honors youth artists

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PHOTO PROVIDED Keystone Central art students taught by Ashley Rippey, Beth Keiser and Jessica Madenford recently competed for Clinton County Arts Council awards. Their works were displayed in Station Gallery, 2 E. Bald Eagle St., Lock Haven. Winning honors for their art in various media were ...

FLy – In Schedule of Events

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TODAY 9 a.m. — Registration gates, indoor and outdoor commercial vendors open. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. — Piper Aviation Museum open. 9 a.m. — Pre-registration begins for Lycoming Engines tour on Friday (at Transportation). 10 a.m. — Forum by Dr. Paul Shuch, “Preflight Delight — Look ...

Former LH resident inducted into Ohio State University Hall of Fame

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Wayne K. Hoy, a former public school mathematics teacher from Lock Haven, was inducted into the 2018 Hall of Fame of the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University, June 1. Now faculty emeritus of Ohio State, he served as the Novice G. Fawcett Chair in Educational ...

Woodward expected to join opioids suit

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Riverfest is coming July 12 to 14 By LAURA JAMESON And WENDY STIVER news@lockhaven.com LOCKPORT — The Woodward Township supervisors have indicated they would like to join a lawsuit against pharmaceutical companies. At Tuesday night’s supervisors meeting, Thom Rosamilia, of the Lock ...

Community Arts Center has tickets available

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WILLIAMSPORT —The Community Arts Center will host some powerhouse shows this fall, and tickets are still available for the performances. Tony Danza will appear Sept. 27, Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox will bring outstanding performers to town on Oct. 25, Artrageous will encourage ...

Work to begin Tuesday on two county bridges

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From Staff Reports LOCK HAVEN — Work to rehabilitate and preserve two bridges in Clinton County will begin next Tuesday, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. The project will repair bridges on Route 120 (Renovo Road) at Bakers Mill Run and on Island Road (Route ...

The Lindy Sisters return to Triangle Park

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LOCK HAVEN — Costumes, seamed hosiery, red lips, hats and gloves, choreography, big band swing, vintage microphones and harmony! That’s the Lindy Sisters, a retrospective 1940s trio of songstresses with three-part harmony reminiscent of the Andrew Sisters. And they are returning to ...

Local National Guard Unit deploying to Poland

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From Staff Reports HARRISBURG — Approximately 450 soldiers of the 3rd Squadron, 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment — which includes soldiers from the local National Guard unit — will deploy to Poland in 2019. The unit’s mission is to deter Russian aggression in the Baltic region. It ...