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LHU women’s lacrosse team makes us proud

May 22, 2015 The 200th career win for Coach Kristen Selvage, a 20-1 record, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference tournament’s “most valuable player” and five All-American players — the Lock Haven Universit... more »»

Voter turnout: Despite robust races, most voters show they don’t care

May 21, 2015 Citizen interest in politics and elections is seriously diminishing here. We’ve had a day now to look into the numbers from Tuesday’s primary election. more »»

Charter school hearings an exercise in accountability

May 20, 2015 When it comes to the Keystone Central School Board’s challenge of the Sugar Valley Rural Charter School’s charter renewal, we really just want to plead: Why can’t everyone just get along? But that’s... more »»

An exercise in patriotism for all students

May 14, 2015 Funny how we don’t really see things that happen right in front of us. more »»

As LHU goes through change, a little history

May 13, 2015 ock Haven University was founded in 1870 as the Central State Normal School “to prepare teachers for the public schools.” That mission and so much more continue today. more »»

This pothole ... is yours to report

May 11, 2015 Pennsylvania motorists (or any motorist for that matter) can report potholes and other highway-maintenance concerns on state routes by calling PennDOT’s toll-free hotline at 1-800-FIX-ROAD... more »»

Congratulations, graduates!

May 9, 2015 You may have noticed the increased traffic in Lock Haven this week. It’s not just a signal that the weather is turning warmer. It’s time for another class to graduate from Lock Haven University. more »»

Remember, we’re still under a drought watch

May 9, 2015 Have you seen the level of the West Branch of the Susquehanna River here lately? It’s at a level you might normally see in mid to late summer. more »»

State Senate needs to follow House lead to cut Legislature

May 8, 2015 he Pennsylvania Senate will, undoubtedly, let languish legislation to reduce its ranks and cut the cost of state government. more »»

Shame on you, PennDOT

May 8, 2015 A look eastward on Church Street downtown shows the severe “pruning” that blossoming trees along state roads in Lock Haven have gone through as a result of PennDOT policy. more »»

To PennDOT: Don’t decimate our trees

May 6, 2015 This is “blossom season” in the city, a brief span of time when Lock Haven’s beauty is at its best each year. more »»

‘Summit’ gives empowerment to students

May 1, 2015 Congratulations to the Keystone Central School District for another successful “Summit on the Mountain” gathering of student leaders from high schools in the region to discuss a range of issues. more »»

To PLCB: Keep liquor store in the downtown

April 30, 2015 linton County used to have two state Wine and Spirits stores. Aside from the one in downtown Lock Haven, there was a store in Renov. more »»

Hello ... hello? This is the IRS

April 29, 2015 ore than 8 million times during the past few months, the Internal Revenue Service’s telephone system hung up on taxpayers who wanted help. more »»

‘No’ to John Hinckley

April 29, 2015 ohn Hinckley Jr. shot then-President Ronald Reagan in 1981. The attack nearly killed Reagan. His press secretary, James Brady, was left with permanent brain injury. more »»

Do your part for dear old Mother Earth

April 22, 2015 n so many ways, it is fitting that Earth Day comes in April each year. It’s spring time. It’s time for renewal. It’s time for another growing season. It’s time to spend more time outdoor. more »»


April 22, 2015 Information below was provided through Clinton County Cleanscapes, a nonprofit community service organization. Find more information at: www.clintoncountypa. more »»

Election law update would strengthen ‘US’

April 17, 2015 ouldn’t be great if all eligible, responsible American citizens voted every election? OK ... back to reality. more »»

Volunteers, police, rescuers to be commended

April 14, 2015 While it remains to be determined just what happened to Kelley Jo Snyder in Renovo, one thing is for sure: The community turned out in droves to find the missing, 34-year-old mother of three. more »»

Help our students Celebrate Scholarship

April 11, 2015 By GREG WALKER Every April, our university celebrates scholarship. We brilliantly call it, “Celebration of Scholarship.” I encourage you, dear public, to attend. more »»



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