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Road work to being Monday in Flemington

FLEMINGTON — Motorists traveling along Huston Street and Woods Avenue can expect possible delays over the coming weeks as a street project begins Monday. Flemington Borough council reviewed the project, which will be completed by Big Rock Paving out of Muncy, during their meeting ...

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GOOD DAY and Happy Birthday to Lucy Falls of Lock Haven, celebrating on April 11. Quote of the Day “And you can also commit injustice by doing nothing.” — Marcus Aurelius Word of the Day Delphinestrian — A dolphin rider. TOPS is back TOPS has begun meeting again on Mondays ...

Geisinger supports local restaurants hit hard by pandemic

DANVILLE – Geisinger partnered with eight local chambers of commerce to launch Meals in Spring and give back to the restaurants in the community hit hard by the pandemic. As part of the program, more than 23,000 Geisinger employees can redeem a $10 meal voucher at any of nearly 300 ...

KC gets $50,000 Farm to School Grant

MILL HALL — Two Keystone Central CTC programs, Natural Resource Management and the Culinary Arts Program, along with KCSD’s Food and Nutrition Service Department are collaborating in a Farm to School Leadership Team that was awarded a $50,000 Farm to School Planning Grant from the US ...

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GOOD DAY and Happy Birthday to George Wagner! Quote of the Day “I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day.” — Vincent Van Gogh Word of the Day Anacoluthon — An abrupt change in the middle of a sentence making one part inconsistent with the ...

Howard Happenings

THANK YOU Thank you to everyone who bought hoagie coupons to benefit the family of Jason Killinger of Beech Creek. Anyone still interested in buying the hoagie coupons to help the family with his funeral expenses can contact Angel at 570-502-3176. Thank you to Howard Parks and Recreation ...

Acorn School takes a field trip to Lucky 7 Travel Plaza

PHOTO PROVIDED The Acorn School took a field trip/walk to the Lucky 7 Travel Plaza on East Walnut Street in Lock Haven. Students had many parent volunteers that walked with their children. Children “earned” money in the classroom. If they were caught being good helpers, a good friend, ...

Superior Court candidate meets locals

PHOTO PROVIDED The Clinton County Democratic Committee welcomed Jill Beck, candidate for Pennsylvania Superior Court, to meet voters and residents of Lock Haven. She joined members of the Clinton County Democrats for a meet-and-greet as she delivered campaign signs in Hanna Park. Jill Beck, ...

Ross Library receives gifts, donations

LOCK HAVEN — The Ross Library has received the following memorials, gifts and donations during the month of March: IN MEMORY OF: Gwen Clawson from Ann and Wayne Allison ~ Lynne Herrmann; Blair “Lum” Confer from Lock Haven High School Class of 1962; George Duff from Mark and ElizaBeth ...

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GOOD DAY and Happy Birthday to Jane Kerstetter, Michelle Ranio of Bellefonte, and Kule Poage! Quote of the Day “Wealth is not in having great possession, but in having few wants.” — Epictetus Word of the Day Apophenia — The perception of connections or meaning in unrelated or ...

Heavy traffic expected in western Clinton County

KEVIN RAUCH/THE EXPRESS Western Clinton County, particularly Chapman Township, will see much heavier than normal traffic as the Williams pipeline being completed for Transco will bring laborers and materials to the area for the majority of the remainder of the year. Summerson Mountain will be ...

Old Photo Album: They won Mill Hall a gold seal certificate

EXPRESS ARCHIVES Mill Hall’s shorthand team smiled as they worked in March of 1953 on national contest material in competition with other schools of the nation. Their work won them a gold seal certificate. Pictured, front row from left, are Betty Brickley Boyle, June Caris, Donna Hackenberg ...

Reenactment Group meets April 14

STATE COLLEGE — The April meeting of the 148th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company C, Civil War Reenactment Group will be held on Wednesday, April 14, at Hoss’s Steak and Sea Restaurant, 1450 N. Atherton Street, State College beginning at 7:30 p.m. The Civil War reenactors ...

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GOOD DAY to Dick Smith of Lock Haven. Quote of the Day “Always pity the thinkers, for they are cursed with their own imagination.” — Atticus Word of the Day Besaiel — A grandfather’s father: great-grandfather. John MacMillen Memorial Scholarship This scholarship is ...

Local Briefs

Alzheimer’s Support Group meets via phone LOCK HAVEN — The Alzheimer’s Support Group of Clinton County is not able to meet in-person at this time, however, a telephone support group, sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association, is scheduled for Tuesday, April 13 at 7 p.m. for anyone ...

Play ball: Spring sports return at Bucktail High School

RENOVO — Bucktail High School spring sports are back and ready to go for the 2021 season. Despite last year’s set back with the loss of a season, the Bucks are all set for this year “Bucktail Baseball is off to a good start,” according to baseball head coach William ...

LHU to hold Day of Giving scholarship fundraiser

LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven University will hold its seventh annual All In Day of Giving fundraiser from 10 a.m. on Thursday, April 15 through 10 a.m. on Friday, April 16. All In is a 24-hour day of giving challenge in which donations are made toward student scholarships in support of specific ...

A new lobby shop at Lock Haven Hospital

EXPRESS ARCHIVES Jan McCool, chairman of the Lobby Shop, shows off merchandise to three Lock Haven Hospital volunteers Rose Zimmerman, Isabelle Cohen and Barbara Thiel in the hospital’s shop that opened in June of 1970. The gift shop, operated by the Hospital Auxiliary was for the benefit ...

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GOOD DAY and Happy Birthday to Bruce Walters. Word of the Day Thinko — A careless error in thinking. Quote of the Day “You still have a lot of time to make yourself be what you want.” — S.E. Hinton Book signings Thursday Kay Madden has published her first book, ...

Parade for a champion

KEVIN RAUCH/THE EXPRESS Bucktail eighth grade student Dalton Perry (right) received a hometown salute Saturday afternoon as the town celebrated another PA State Championship won by the junior high grappler. Perry first won as a state qualifier in Johnstown before clinching the State title at ...