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Downtown Rotary gives donations, award

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PHOTOS PROVIDED The Rotary Club of Downtown Lock Haven gave donations and honored a special club member at a recent meeting. Above, the club gave contributions to the Lock Haven Area Shoe Bank; Ross Library; the local veterans fund handled by the Clinton County Veterans Affairs office; ...

Fresh southwestern black bean and corn salad

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By KATIE WORKMAN Associated Press This is one of those salads that just saves the day over and over again. Here are the reasons I love this salad: It's fast, it's really easy, it's inexpensive, it's crowd-pleasing, it's vegetarian, it's substantial, it's colorful, it's protein-filled, ...

Boy pulled from Pine Creek River

Local news

PINE CREEK — A 7-year-old boy was rescued from Pine Creek River and reportedly taken to a local hospital yesterday afternoon. The rescue took place along Route 44 near Ramsey Village. The Lycoming County Communications Center called for additional help with the effort around 3 p.m., and the ...

Renovo Rotary officers installed

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WENDY STIVER /THE EXPRESS The Rotary Club of Renovo’s new officers were installed recently, at the club’s annual picnic, hosted by new club president Pattie Rauch, seen in front. With her are, from left, secretary Yvonne Woodring, vice president David Watt, and treasurer Judy Fornwalt. ...

Try this simple chicken tikka masala that’s neither mushy nor dry

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By AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN Chicken tikka masala is arguably the single most popular Indian restaurant dish in the world. Turns out, it's not an authentic Indian dish it was invented in a London curry house. Without historical roots, there is no definitive recipe. The variations we found had ...

JS Kiwanis hears from young leader

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JERSEY SHORE — At a recent Jersey Shore Kiwanis Club meeting, Sarah Alexander gave a presentation and took questions about her experience representing the club at the Hugh O’Brien Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar, held at Shippensburg University this spring. This year was the 40th ...

Eggs and half-and-half help make fluffy strawberry shortcake

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By AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN The heart of any great strawberry shortcake is the topping of lightly sugared, juicy, ruby-red strawberries. Our Strawberry Topping was perfect here; it had clean, pronounced berry flavor and a thick, chunky texture that didn't slip off our tender biscuits. For ...

Bellefonte Elks help Boy Scouts

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PHOTO PROVIDED In keeping with its commitment to Scouting, and youth in general, Bellefonte Elks Lodge #1094 recently donated $750 toward the purchase of an enclosed utility trailer for Pleasant Gap Boy Scout Troop #66. The trailer gives the troop a place to keep its camping and other ...

Use the grill to roast a prime rib for flavor and texture

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By AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN If you're going to grill a prime rib, the last thing you want is an overcooked gray ring surrounding the rosy interior. We decided to forgo searing the flat cut sides, which meant the roast spent less time over high heat. The reduced amount of searing time was ...

Legion auxiliary members in tri-county area gather

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PHOTO PROVIDED Centre, Lycoming and Clinton Council’s American Legion Auxiliary’s June meeting was hosted by members of American Legion Auxiliary Unit #813 of Clarence. A special guest was Department of Pennsylvania’s Central Vice President Anastasia Bachurek, from Dickson City. Members ...

aREA CLUB BRIEFS

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LH Kiwanis to host author LOCK HAVEN — Bob Hull, local author, recipe enthusiast, and food product manufacturer, will speak to the Lock Haven Kiwanis Club at tomorrow’s luncheon meeting at noon in the Elks club. The Kiwanians also hosted Anne Holladay, UPMC director of senior ...

Jersey Shore may tighten up tall weeds, snow regs

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By MIKE REUTHER For The Express JERSEY SHORE — Residents may have a more difficult time escaping payment of fines for not dealing with snow, ice and tall grass. Borough Council will advertise an ordinance amending penalties for those violations. Property owners who fail to remove snow ...

Around the Town

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Good Day and Happy Birthday to Lana Bryerton! Word of the Day Brontide — A rumbling noise heard in some parts of the world, likely caused by seismic activity. Quote of the Day “If you steal from one author it’s plagiarism; if you steal from many it’s research.” — Wilson ...

Calendar of Events

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TODAY r “Sister Act” musical, 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m., Millbrook Playhouse main stage, 570-748-8083 or www.millbrookplayhouse.net. TOMORROW r “World of Butterflies” DiscoverE program, 10 a.m. at Ole Bull State Park Pavilion #4 (Stone Pavilion) and 1:30 p.m. at Kettle Creek State ...

Dear Annie

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Let me pay you back Dear Annie: We know an elderly couple who are on a very low income, and we have helped them a lot. Not long ago, their car needed to be fixed, and my husband paid the garage and gave the mechanic a tip. We did this not expecting repayment. Well, the woman has gotten angry ...

Old photo album

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PHOTO PROVIDED LHHS lettermen of 1929 The Lock Haven High School football squad’s lettermen are seen in the 1929 yearbook, The Gazette. They included players who attained the Gold Football: Archie Vannucci, Robert McGill, Charles Young, Willard Miller, William Grier, Ernest McGregor, Shuman ...

To Your Good Health

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M. marinum bacteria exposure comes via water BY KEITH ROACH, M.D. DEAR DR. ROACH: I read your recent column about “flesh-eating bacteria.” Is it in any way related to Mycobacterium marinum? My son is having multiple surgeries due to this, which was finally and correctly diagnosed after ...

BOWLING RIVALS FACE OFF

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PHOTOS PROVIDED Susque-View wins tourney For more than 20 years, Susque-View Home residents have held a bowling tournament with residents at UPMC Lock Haven Skilled Rehabilitation and Nursing facility. This year’s match was held June 27 at Susque-View, and the home team was able to hold ...

Police News — July 10

Police, court and fires

Man injured when car hits house MILL HALL — The driver of a 2002 Pontiac Grand Am was suspected to be seriously injured after he crashed into the steps of a house on South Water Street in Mill Hall, said state police at Lamar. Gregory Hoy, 40, of Beech Creek, was driving north on State ...

Brooks sisters participate in Miss U.S. Agriculture program

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PLEASANT GAP — Three sisters from Centre County are participating in the Miss United States Agriculture program. They are Katlin Brooks, 6, Harper Brooks, 5, and Ainsley Brooks, 2, the daughters of Jeff and Lauren Brooks of Pleasant Gap. Katlin is representing Centre County as ...