Barth is assistant principal at Jackson Primary School

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WILLIAMSPORT — Former Bucktail High School Assistant Principal Tyler Barth has accepted a position as assistant principal of Jackson Primary School in the Williamsport Area School District at a salary of $81,600. Barth became assistant principal and supervisor of athletics at Bucktail High ...

MOVIE LISTINGS starting Friday


­­­ROXY THEATRE East Main St., Lock Haven 570-748-ROXY PADDINGTON 2 (PG) INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY (PG-13) THE GREATEST SHOWMAN (PG) All movies: 7:00, 9:00 Fri/ 2:00, 7:00, 9:00 Sat/ 2:00 & 7:00 Sun/ 7:00 Mon-Thurs PREMIERE THEATRE 12 125 Premiere ...

Calendar of events

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TODAY r Community Lunch, noon, Lamar United Methodist Church, free, featuring pork, hot dogs, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, applesauce, pudding. r Blue bird boxes program with building kits, 6-7 p.m., Friendship Community Library in Beech Creek, with State Game Warden Dan Murray. ...



NEXT THURSDAY Swing-nova, 8-10 p.m., Zola Kitchen and Wine Bar, 324 W. College Ave., State College, ——— To have your musical line-up announced in Music Scene, send us the information through our website:, by fax at ...

Night of laughter to benefit Leadership Clinton County

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MILL HALL — Leadership Clinton County is sponsoring a comedy fundraiser Saturday, Feb. 24 in the banquet room of Haywood’s on the Green. Show time is at 7 p.m. with the doors opening at 6 p.m. The audience will enjoy comedians Clayton Fletcher and Andrew Kennedy and laugh for a ...



TOP CONCERTS TODAY r Hit musical “A Night with Janis Joplin” 7:30 p.m., Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth St., Williamsport, 570-326-2424 or 800-432-9382. FRIDAY r Winter Jam 2018 Tour Spectacular 7 p.m., Penn State’s Bryce Jordan Center, with Skillet ...

Around the Town

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Good Day And Happy Birthday to Karen Heverly of Marsh Creek! Quote of the Day “The less you talk, the more you’re listened to.” — Pauline Phillips Word of the Day Daily-breader — British slang for a commuter. Garden Symposium On Saturday, Jan. 20, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., ...

Erin Long

Erin Long returns for musical dinner-theatre


MILL HALL — Erin Long, a 2009 Central Mountain High School graduate, is returning to this area for a role in “The Calotta Cash & Dollar Bill Show,” a musical comedy dinner-theatre benefit scheduled for Friday, Feb. 9 at Haywood’s on the Green. Long will star as Penny Pincher, a ...

Poormans closing produce market, keeping tree farm

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WOOLRICH — Brian and Karen Poorman have been selling vegetables at their store on Route 150 since 2011. They’ve been doing business in the area as Poorman’s Island Farm Market since 2005, first selling corn and expanding to other vegetables. Now, they’re packing up shop. “It ...

Police news — Wednesday, Jan. 17

Police, court and fires

High-speed chase and alleged DUI AVIS — State police at Lamar engaged in a 104 mile-per-hour pursuit of a vehicle driven by Robert Klinger, 52, of Jersey Shore, who was allegedly driving under the influence, according to state police at Montoursville, who investigated the incident. ...

Over-the-top oatmeal


In case you haven’t heard, January is National oatmeal month. A popular kitchen staple, a steaming bowl of oatmeal is a healthy satisfying breakfast any time of year. Oatmeal also adds texture and nuttiness to cakes, cookies, breads and even meatloaf. To celebrate nature’s perfect grain, ...

Housing proposed at country club

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LOCK HAVEN — Houses overlooking the Clinton Country Club golf course? That could be the future for the 50-acre property in the Mill Hall area. The club’s owner, Williamsport Hospitality, LP, is interesting in keeping the golf course open to the public as it is now, according to company ...

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Space heater safety seminar


EXPRESS ARCHIVES Citizens Hose Co. No. 5 of Lock Haven offered a safety seminar to the public on how to properly use space heaters, probably three or four decades ago. We don’t have all the names of the men shown, and we have no guesses for those kneeling in front. In the second row, Mr. ...

Centre officials mull security guidelines for demonstrations

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BELLEFONTE — In the coming weeks, the Centre County Board of Commissioners will be examining a proposed ordinance that would put in place guidelines for security and public events that take place on county property. During their Tuesday, Jan. 16 meeting, the commissioners were scheduled to ...

Terry veterans

Area clubs continue a tradition


PHOTO PROVIDED Two clubs continued their Christmas tradition of giving and delivering gifts to veterans who reside in local nursing homes. The Col. Hugh White/Col. John Chatham Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Rotary Club of Downtown Lock Haven delivered gift bags ...

Rote development may have 10 more houses

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LOCK HAVEN — A new phase of Whitetail Estates in Rote was reviewed and recommended by the Clinton County Planning Commission on Tuesday. At the same meeting, the commission reorganized for 2018, keeping the current officers and the same meeting days and times. The planning commission meets ...

Renovo Rotary students

Renovo Rotary honors students


On Jan. 8, the Rotary Club of Renovo recognized Students of the Month from ninth grade at Bucktail Area High School. The honored students, Rory Dwyer and Angela Intallura, are seen with club president Dennis Smith. The Bucktail faculty selected them for being excellent in academics, ...

More jail time ordered in bad checks case

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LOCK HAVEN — Beth A. Berfield, who had just begun her 90-day jail sentence on Saturday for writing her 11th bad check, was back in court this week after officials learned that she had never paid full restitution for a $788 check, as she had testified previously. Court officials learned of ...

Bell Elks Zerby

Bellefonte Elks recognize veteran’s family


PHOTO PROVIDED As part of its Veterans Day observance, the Bellefonte Elks Lodge #1094 recognized the Zerby family at the dedication of a Hometown Hero banner for their father, Harry Zerby, who served in World War II. Relatives present at the dedication included, from left, Mike Zerby, Karen ...

Grady Bowman stands in front of his candy machines inside Pizza King in downtown Lock Haven.

Local fifth-grader starts his own business

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LOCK HAVEN — A local elementary school student has started his own small business in a local pizza shop. Grady Bowman, age 10, who’s in the fifth grade at Mill Hall Elementary, purchased six candy vending machines to put in his dad’s business, Pizza King at 226 E. Main St. The brand ...