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Why I relay …

October 21, 2014 KIM EDMONSTON Lock Haven Recently, I attended a kick-off meeting for Clinton County Relay for Life and proudly accepted a certificate that recognized my relay team, River Lots of Love!! A year has... more »»

Expelled Nazis got millions in Social Security

October 21, 2014 By DAVID RISING, RANDY HERSCHAFT and RICHARD LARDNER Associated Press OSIJEK, Croatia — Dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals and SS guards collected millions of dollars in U.S. more »»

Rookie firefighters meet flames face-to-face

October 21, 2014 By PAUL GARRETT For The Express Fire rolled over the heads of the rookie firefighters. Smoke filled the cinder block building and the temperature quickly reached nearly 800 degrees. more »»

We will remain strong

October 21, 2014 JORDAN SLOBODINSKY Lock Haven This fall has been full of memorable moments for the young men (and the small amount of women) who play football in this area. more »»

City Council meets newest police officer

October 21, 2014 By WENDY STIVER LOCK HAVEN — City Council warmly welcomed the police department’s newest officer, Josh Eichenlaub, at council’s meeting Monday evening. more »»

Search shifts after ambush suspect likely spotted

October 21, 2014 By MICHAEL RUBINKAM Associated Press Police shifted their search and a northeastern Pennsylvania school district tightened security Monday after the suspect in a deadly police ambush was believed to... more »»

In search of ...

October 21, 2014 HERBERT C. JORDAN Bellefonte In reference to searching for people in the woods, be mindful of the first tracking snow fall, which may be before Dec. 7. more »»

New treatment plant up and running

October 21, 2014 By WENDY STIVER LOCK HAVEN — The new sewage treatment plant officially came on line Oct. 1, the first day of the new water year, City Council heard Monday. more »»

Wolf reports $1.3M in 2013 income

October 21, 2014 By MARC LEVY Associated Press HARRISBURG — Tom Wolf, the Democratic candidate for governor who took out a multimillion-dollar loan to help finance his campaign, reported $1. more »»

Dicello leaving chief clerkpost for position at LHU

October 21, 2014 By JIM RUNKLE LOCK HAVEN — Clinton County Chief Clerk Amy Dicello will be leaving her county government job to take a position with the Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania. more »»

Penn State board to meet on disputed Freeh Report

October 21, 2014 STATE COLLEGE (AP) — Penn State's board plans next week to discuss the Freeh report, a document regarding the school's response to the Jerry Sandusky molestation scandal that has divided the... more »»

Centre Library has much to offer

October 21, 2014 By LAKESHIA KNARR lbauman@lockhaven. more »»

Nigeria declared Ebola-free, is considered‘spectacular success’

October 21, 2014 By MICHELLE FAUL and ANDREW NJUGUNA Associated Press ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Water laced with salt and sugar, and gallons of the nasty-tasting stuff. more »»

Indian schools face decayed buildings, problems of poverty

October 21, 2014 By KIMBERLY HEFLING AP Education Writer WINSLOW, Ariz. — Federally owned schools for Native Americans on reservations are marked by remoteness, extreme poverty and a lack of construction dollars. more »»

Antique store find of sheet music turns out to be rare treasure

October 21, 2014 By DIANNE FRANCES D. POWELL Tribune-Star TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — Two historical treasures are neatly displayed in the home of a Terre Haute resident. more »»

Kids play firefighter at Safety Fair

October 21, 2014 PAUL GARRETT/THE EXPRESS Independent Hose Company in Jersey Shore held its Fire Safety Fair during Fire Prevention Week, with children and adults touring the firehouse and even getting close up and... more »»

Everglades trail surveyed for cultural artifacts

October 21, 2014 By JENNIFER KAY Associated Press EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, Fla. more »»

Robb students visit Handies

October 21, 2014 PHOTOS PROVIDED The Robb Elementary second grade classes took a walking field trip to Hand-In-Hand Fire Station on Oct. 9, during Fire Safety Week. more »»

EPA awards $8.6 million to reduce Lake Erie algae

October 21, 2014 By JOHN FLESHER AP Environmental Writer TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Three states are receiving a combined $8. more »»

Clayton Newton is Lions Citizen

October 21, 2014 JERSEY SHORE — Clayton Forrest Newton, son of Mark and Beth Newton of Jersey Shore, is the Jersey Shore Lions Club Citizen of the Month for October. more »»



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