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Rated ‘T’ for Teens: You just can’t write a book

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By Taylor Shaffer Thanksgiving is over, so no more holiday stuff until Christmas! However, I did finish something that could be considered worth celebrating. I believe it’s worth celebrating, anyways. I finished my first book on Wednesday. It took me seven months to complete, but it’s ...

LH Weis ‘Day of Giving’ to benefit LHU’s Haven Cupboard

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LOCK HAVEN — The Lock Haven University Haven Cupboard has been selected to benefit from the Lock Haven Weis Markets’ National Day of Giving event. As part of Giving Tuesday, on Dec. 3, anyone who shops at the Lock Haven Weis store will have the opportunity to have $1, $3, $5 or $10 added to ...

Around the Town

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GOOD DAY to Dale Jameson, of Rauchtown Quote of the Day “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” — Albert Einstein Word of the Day Itacolumite — A variety of sandstone that is flexible ...

JS FBLA celebrates American Enterprise Week

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JERSEY SHORE — American Enterprise Week was founded in the late 1970s by President Jimmy Carter and is still being celebrated today. This year it was celebrated from Nov. 11 to the 15, with American Enterprise Day at the end of the week on Friday the 15th. The Future Business Leaders of ...

Old Photo Album: A celebration lunch

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EXPRESS ARCHIVES Mary Coploff, a former teacher at Mill Hall Elementary School, celebrates with her students after they passed all 16 levels of Snap-Math Facts. They are, standing from left, Heather Wolfe, Josh Thomas, Hope Hammersley and Tiffany Meckley. Seated, Rickie Worden, William ...

LHU holds 59th annual Natural Sciences Convocation

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LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven recently held its 59th annual Natural Sciences Convocation on Friday, Nov. 8 in the Ulmer Hall Planetarium, on the campus of LHU. The program, sponsored and arranged by the departments of biological sciences, chemistry and geology and physics, celebrated the ...

Local Briefs

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Cancer Support Group to meet LOCK HAVEN — The Cancer Support Group will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. in Conference Room B of Susque-View. “Tips to Make the Most of the Holidays while Facing Cancer” will be the topic of the December meeting. While ...

Parade, tree lighting mark start of holidays in Lock Haven

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From Staff Reports LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven brought in the Christmas season this Saturday with a parade and tree lighting at Triangle Park. The event, hosted by Downtown Lock Haven Inc., was in conjunction with Small Business Saturday and Haven Holidays which took place earlier in the ...

Emergency Services

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LOCK HAVEN — The following calls were dispatched by the Clinton County Communications Center. FRIDAY — At 5:29 p.m., Nittany Valley/Lamar Fire Department and Lock Haven EMS were called to a motor vehicle accident on Interstate 80 near Mile Marker 173 in Porter Township. The call was ...

SVRCS students keeping fall traditions alive

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By JAINENE M. LONG For The Express LOGANTON — The tradition of making sauerkraut each Fall Season has deep roots in our local area where food preservation is a common practice. Combining a simple process with inexpensive ingredients and a lot of elbow grease yields the students at the ...

Moving cross country, deadly storm takes aim at Northeast

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By MICHAEL R. SISAK Associated Press NEW YORK — A deadly winter storm that has tormenting travelers across the U.S. since before Thanksgiving moved to the Northeast on Sunday, packing one last punch of snow and ice as people made their way home after the holiday weekend. The National ...

Renovo welcomes Santa with parade

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The annual Flaming Foliage Parade welcomed Santa to town Saturday and set the mood for December as numerous floats and festive characters made their way through town before Santa sat and listened to dozens of kids’ early wish lists at the FFF lot in the center of town. Onlookers typically ...

Justices take up gun case, though disputed law has changed

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By MARK SHERMAN Associated Press WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is turning to gun rights for the first time in nearly a decade, even though those who brought the case, New York City gun owners, already have won changes to the regulation they challenged. The justices’ persistence in ...

Old Photo Album: A chilly chore

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Mike and Ernie Wentzel are hard at work shoveling sidewalks along Allegheny Street in Jersey Shore. The sidewalk they’re working on is at the intersection of Allegheny and Pennsylvania Avenue where D’Agostino’s Pizza and Subs is located today.

Shrinking synagogues find strength in smaller numbers

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By JASON NARK The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP PHILADELPHIA — A rusty black pickup truck with a whitetail deer sticker in the back window sat parked, illegally, on the sidewalk outside the Sons of Israel synagogue on a Friday night. No one was around to complain. The plain brick building ...

Around the Town

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GOOD DAY and Happy belated birthday to Tawnni Crawford, of Mill Hall, celebrating Nov. 29 Quote of the Day “Everything you can imagine is real.” — Pablo Picasso Word of the day Laud — To give praise or express devotion “Office Girls” reunion dinner The Hammermill “office ...

Man charged in slaying of teenage girl shot getting off bus

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A man has been charged in the shooting death of a 16-year-old girl hit by a bullet as she was getting off a bus in north Philadelphia over the weekend, authorities said. Robert Jamieson, 41, is charged with murder, attempted murder, reckless endangerment, and weapons ...

Pa. Lottery

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Black Friday shoppers hit the stores early

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MILL HALL — Black Friday brings out the bargain hunters. Parking lots at Walmart, Lowe’s, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet and Tractor Supply were filled with cars as shoppers hunted for bargains. The holiday shopping season was officially underway. At Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Erin Owens of ...

Vehicle recovered

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LOCK HAVEN — A vehicle stolen from Lock Haven has been recovered, the Woodward Township Police Department reports. According to police, a burgundy 2005 Volkswagen Jetta four-door sedan was stolen on Aug. 26 from Woodward Automotive, 103 Woodward Ave. The suspect in the case, Mike Wayne ...