Around the Town
and happy belated birthday to Ashley Watkins, of Beech Creek.
Word of the Day
Verbose — Using or containing a great and usually an excessive number of words; wordy.
Quote of the Day
“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
Daily Poll: How do you like your eggs?
Out of 4,689 votes, 27% of people prefer scrambled, 13% prefer sunny side up, 10% prefer omelettes and frittatas, another 10% prefer over easy, another 10% prefer scrambles and hashes, 7% prefer hard boiled, another 7% prefer over medium, another 7% prefer poached, 5% prefer soft boiled, 3% prefer over hard and 1% prefer basted.
Want to have a movie night with friends or family but can’t because you’re social distancing? Download the Google Chrome extension called Netflix Party and you and your loved ones can watch Netflix titles at the same time on your computers. An included chat room can also allow you to share your reactions with your viewing party.
PSP adds Twitter
Pennsylvania State Police public information officers in Troop F, which includes the counties of Clinton, Lycoming, Potter, Cameron, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder, Tioga and Union, have established a Twitter account. Information put out through this social media outlet will include incidents and events in this troop coverage area. Some informational items to be posted on the Twitter account may include: Public BOLO’s, missing persons, wanted persons, Amber alerts, and major crashes with road closures. Follow the PSP on Twitter @PSPTroopFPIO
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