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Get tickets now for concerts this year

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STATE COLLEGE — Tickets go on sale Friday for big shows at Penn State, set for later this year. ELTON JOHN The incomparable Elton John will dazzle on this, his last-ever tour titled “Farewell Yellow Brick Road.” Spending more than half a century on the road, the superstar has had an ...

KCSD gets substitute superintendent, new board member

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MILL HALL — Last night, the Keystone Central School Board took two large steps toward combating the persistent issues facing the school district. They unanimously hired Dr. Alan Lonoconus as substitute superintendent. And they unanimously selected Boise P. Miller, of Castanea, as the ...

Police to release statement on deadly fire

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This is the scene of a fatal fire that occurred early Sunday morning at 111 Black Walnut St., Walker Township, Centre County. State police at Rockview last night said they expect to issue a statement on the investigation, but they could not say when. Little information has emerged from the fire ...

Step out and celebrate at senior centers in February

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Centers are open 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, except on holidays. Clinton County Community Center 124 E. Walnut St. (STEP building in Clinton Plaza) 858-5800 Feb. 2 — Card party, 1 p.m. Feb. 20 — Blood pressure screening, 11:30 a.m. WEEKLY ACTIVITIES: MONDAYS r ...

Two prison officers promoted, commissioners OK contracts

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LOCK HAVEN — Two correctional officers at the Clinton County prison were promoted to lieutenants. Gary Rausch and Jared Campbell started as lieutenants Sunday, Jan. 28, making $38,111 annually. They are two of the 12 personnel matters commissioners addressed at Monday’s county ...

Business incubator has new tenant

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BELLEFONTE —Centre County’s newest startup business incubator has another new business that will soon be taking up residence inside its downtown Bellefonte location. Yesterday, the Centre County Commissioners welcomed SpringBoard’s newest tenant, Scott Coaching, and discussed the ...

The Silver Lining

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JANUARY 2018 O, January 2018, What an entry you had, But now you are over For which we are glad! You came with cold temps, Down to 16 below. We babied our pipes So our water would flow! We salted, we shoveled To keep our path clear Then huddled under afghans To keep warm ...

Emergency services — Jan. 31

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The following calls were dispatched by the Clinton County Communications Center. MONDAY r At 9:39 a.m., the Lock Haven Fire Department and Castanea Fire Department were called to investigate an odor on Paul Mack Boulevard, Lock Haven. The call was cleared at 9:47 a.m. TUESDAY r At 12:34 ...

Calendar of events

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TOMORROW r “A Disney Musical Revue” by Jersey Shore Area Middle School students, 7 p.m., school auditorium, $3. FRIDAY r “A Disney Musical Revue” by Jersey Shore Area Middle School students, 7 p.m., school auditorium, $3. ——— Send us the news of your event through our ...

Railroad lumber crew at Renovo

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PHOTO PROVIDED Here is another photo that includes Cony (Conrad) H. Lau and probably shows the lumber crew at Renovo which made all the furniture for the railroad system. Lau is seated at the center of the group, in front of a wooden post, wearing a light-colored hat and sporting a dark, ...

Records broken at charity tournament

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LOCK HAVEN — Records were broken at the third annual “Strike for a Wish” Doubles Bowling Tournament on Sunday, Jan. 21, at Clinton Lanes. r A new high team total score was bowled (1,748) by tournament champions Jim Grenninger of Lock Haven and Denny Merrifield of Woolrich. r A ...

PV students receive Elks honor

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SPRING MILLS — Outstanding students at Penns Valley Area High School have been named Students of the Month by State College Elks Lodge #1600. Ashley Griffith and Nicholas Kubalak were honored for September, Alyssa Boob and Jared Kines were honored for October, Maddison E. Fye and Justin T. ...

Concealed carry seminars set in Lycoming County

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WILLIAMSPORT — Reps. Jeff C. Wheeland, R-Lycoming, and Garth Everett, R-Lycoming/Union, are teaming up again in February to host Concealed Carry Seminars. The first is Thursday, Feb. 15, at the Community Baptist Church, 1853 State Route 87 in Montoursville, and the other is on Thursday, ...

Local briefs

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Flemington’s Holiday Lighting Contest winners FLEMINGTON — Winners of the Holiday Lighting Contest in December sponsored by the borough of Flemington and judged by Hi-Neighbor Committee are as follows: Door Category: r First place — Ron Ishler of 1405 W. Fourth St. r Second place ...

LH Kiwanis lists speakers

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LOCK HAVEN — The Lock Haven Kiwanis Club will host Fawn Shaffer, D.C. at its lunch meeting tomorrow at noon in the Elks. She will give a talk on the business Fresh Start Chiropractic and Salt Haven therapeutic salt room. Other Kiwanis speakers this month are new Lock Haven City Manager Greg ...

Around the Town

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Good Day And Happy Birthday to Robert McGill! Word of the Day Bavardage — Chattering, gossip. Quote of the Day “The earth has received the embrace of the sun and we shall see the results of that love.” — Sitting Bull Spring is on its way Have you noticed it’s staying ...

Grandson of Mill Hall couple earns every Boy Scout badge available

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MILL HALL — Eagle Scout Colin Hill, 16, grandson of James and Suzanne Hill of Mill Hall, recently distinguished himself from over 120 million other scouts over the 108-year history of the Boy Scouts of America. The young man became the 364th scout in the country to earn every merit badge ...

Police news — Tuesday, Jan. 30

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Drug possession JERSEY SHORE — Cameron Motter, 18, of 70 Bayberry Dr., Jersey Shore, was arrested for possessing schedule II drugs on Jan. 2 at 8:19 p.m. at 328 Bellefonte Ave., Lock Haven, said Lock Haven City Police. Criminal mischief LOCK HAVEN — City police are investigating a ...

Motorbike competitors

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EXPRESS ARCHIVES We don’t know but we can guess that this photo shows competitors who were active in motorcycle hill climbs in this area in the late 1940s. The fellow on the right wears a shirt advertising the Indian, and he may be riding a bike made by the Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing ...