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Penn Tech offers scholarship to current students

Local news

WILLIAMSPORT— A new scholarship at Pennsylvania College of Technology offers support to completers of career and technical education programs statewide for their higher-education expenses. To be eligible for the Career & Technical Education Student Scholarship, a 2020 applicant must be ...

Area business owner will help with nursing home patient transfers

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WILLIAMSPORT — Liberty Group CEO Dan Klingerman said he is definitely on --board to help assist in the plan to transfer patients from ManorCare-Jersey Shore where the coronavirus has infected patients and personnel. “We were made aware of the difficult position families are put in when ...

Cancellations and Postponements

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EVENTS — Due to the Coronavirus, St John’s UCC of Tylersville is postponing their annual yard sale scheduled for June 5 and 6. At this time, another sale date has not been determined. — The Centre County Grange Fair has been canceled. — The Avis Memorial Day Carnival scheduled for ...

Students provide pandemic help through PA National Guard

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WILLIAMSPORT — Construction management student Mason E. Blethen and human services and restorative justice student Kristien T. Quintanilla are two of at least three Penn College students called to provide emergency support through the Pennsylvania National Guard during the COVID-19 ...

Police News – May 28

Police, court and fires

Two-vehicle accident LAMAR — No one was injured following a two-vehicle accident along General Potter Highway, Potter Township on May 26, State Police at Rockview said. A 2016 Ford F350, driver not listed, was traveling west on the roadway when the vehicle crossed the yellow line and ...

VFW Post 1630 honors veterans over weekend

Community

Members of Bland J. Rossman VFW Post 1630 visited many sites on Sunday, May 23 to perform Memorial Day services and honor the men and women of Clinton County who gave their lives in service of their country.

‘Ghost’ is a chick flick with a different spin

Arts and Culture

It was the summer of 1990 and couples flocked to the movie theatres for the love story “Ghost.” It was a “chick flick” before the term was even invented. Unlike other romance films, “Ghost” takes an interesting angle. Early in the film, Sam Wheat (played wonderfully by the late ...

Emergency Services

Police, court and fires

LOCK HAVEN — The following calls were dispatched by the Clinton County Communication Center. TUESDAY — At 12:50 p.m., Mill Hall, Lamar Township, Lock Haven Hand in Hand and Hope Hose, Dunnstown fire departments, Jersey Shore EMS and Mill Hall Fire Department were called to a structure ...

Community Pool at Mill Hall

Community

Two members of the Community Pool of Mill Hall, which oversaw the maintenance and day-to-day of the Mill Hall pool hold up a T-shirt with the name of the group and logo on the front. We are unsure of who is pictured or what year the photo was taken. Anyone who may know these women is asked to ...

‘The Goonies’ is the ultimate treasure hunt

Arts and Culture

We’re going back to the 80s for this week’s “Throwback Thursday” with a Steven Spielberg classic “The Goonies.” I would have to say this movie is my favorite by far from that decade. It’s got teenage hijinx, lots of puzzles to solve, pirates and treasure! As a kid watching this ...

Around the Town

Community

GOOD DAY and Happy Belated Birthday to Annabelle Hardy, of Mill Hall, celebrating May 22. Quote of the Day “One mistake will never kill you. The same mistake over and over will.” — Harvey Mackay Word of the Day Gregarious — Seeking and enjoying the company of others; ...

Lycoming County wants to go green on Friday

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WILLIAMSPORT — The Lycoming County commissioners have sent a correspondence to Governor Tom Wolf, asking him to move Lycoming County from the yellow phase to the green phase this Friday. The commissioners wrote: “The residents of Lycoming County, along with the elected leaders, have ...

Bellefonte plans drive-through graduation June 5

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BELLEFONTE — Better late than never. At Tuesday night’s school board meeting, Bellefonte Area High School principal Michael Fedisson unveiled the school’s graduation plans. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the graduation will feature a “drive thru” ceremony on Friday, June 5. ...

Clinton up to 54 cases; Centre climbs to 149

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Clinton County remained at 54 cases of COVID-19 and Centre County added one case on Wednesday, bringing its total to 149. Statewide, Pennsylvania has now had 69,417 COVID-19 cases, with 780 new positives reported on Wednesday by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. It was the 17th ...

Weis Markets expands hours, reopens delis

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SUNBURY — As part of its COVID-19 response efforts, Weis Markets today announced it has extended its operating hours and Weis 2 Go Online Pickup or Delivery availability, reopened its service delis with safety measures, and resumed all Weis Markets Pharmacy immunization programs. Weis ...

Cancellations and Postponements

Local news

EVENTS — Due to the Coronavirus, St John’s UCC of Tylersville is postponing their annual yard sale scheduled for June 5 and 6. At this time, another sale date has not been determined. — The Centre County Grange Fair has been canceled. — The Avis Memorial Day Carnival scheduled for ...