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Have you gotten your passport yet?

LOCK HAVEN — September is Museum Month, so take the opportunity to learn about the six different museums in Clinton County. Get a Clinton County Museum Passport at the Downtown Lock Haven Inc. office or at one of the six participating museums—Beech Creek/Marsh Creek Heritage Museum , ...

Soup and pot pie are sell outs in Renovo

Just as expected, the Flaming Foliage Festival committee again sold out of soup and ham pot pie the first ever Ping Pong Bingo event. From left are Claudia Botsford, who stopped by and was served by Pattie Rauch and Joyce Stewart as Deb Tarantella can also be seen hard at work.

79 ATVs compete in Poker Run

Seventy-nine machines made the trek to the Westport to take part in the Greater Renovo Area Heritage Park’s Whiskey Springs ATV Poker Run. Heritage Park has had their most active summer yet as they continuously offer programs and events for the community and beyond with an emphasis on the ...

Pa. Lottery

SUNDAY Day Wild: 2 Pick 2: 8-7 Pick 3: 3-9-5 Pick 4: 5-8-0-5 Pick 5: 3-8-7-5-1 Treasure Hunt: 01-14-22-25-30 $200.000 estimated jackpot Evening Wild: 5  Pick 2: 7-0 Pick 3: 1-0-8 Pick 4: 2-8-3-3 Pick 5: 8-7-8-9-4 Cash 5: 04-06-19-29-36 $125,000 estimated ...

Students SERVE those who SERVE us!

On Sept. 11, Woodward Elementary students, families, and staff welcomed all local first responders at Riverview Park for a patriotic picnic to honor their service and bravery. Woodward families and staff donated all of the food and drinks for this event. The staff grilled hot dogs and ...

History teacher recognized by national organization

Bellefonte Area High School history teacher Chris Morris has been working with students on lessons about World War I as part of U.S. 601 class curriculum. She said the topic intrigues her because it didn’t just change European politics and society; it also impacted the rest of the world. Now, ...

Old Photo Album: Beech Creek Fire Co. members identified

EXPRESS ARCHIVES Members of the Beech Creek Fire Company make sure their portable pump is working properly during the flood scare in February of 1961. They are, from left, Donald Rupert, Ralph Brungard, Bill Aurand, Donald Corman. Kneeling is Jerry Bittner and Dale Kleckner is facing away ...

Around the Town

GOOD DAY and Happy 70th Birthday to Bud Gundlach! Word of the Day Jejune — Lacking interest or significance, dull or insipid, dry, empty Quote of the Day “What would you do if you weren’t afraid.” — Spencer Johnson Happy Birthday to Nancy Dunkle of Mill Hall today, and ...

Reunions

SEPT. 25 — LHHS Class of 1955, noon, Dunnstown Diner. SEPT. 26 — Scantlin Reunion, noon, Creekside Restaurant, Mill Hall; bring a friend. SEPT. 26— Hammermill “office girls” reunion dinner, 5 p.m., Dunnstown Diner SEPT. 26 — LHHS Class of 1964 monthly dinner, 6 p.m., Shore ...

Finding Support

HEALTH ∫ Alzheimer’s and Caregivers Support Group — 7 p.m. Oct. 8 (second Tuesday of the month), Conference Room B of Susque-View Home. Information: Fran Decker at 748-4302. ∫ Parkinson’s Support Group — Open to everyone interested in learning about the disease, 3 p.m. Oct. 9 ...

Take Steps to Recovery

Editor’s note: Groups listed below focus on recovery from addiction, and the meetings are open to the general public, unless otherwise indicated. Al-Anon is for friends and family members of addicts, and Romans 12:2 is for people battling addiction and their families. — — — ...

Senior Center menus

Bread available daily Monday — Memphis pork steak, barley pilaf, stewed zucchini and tomatoes, pineapple, whole grain bread Tuesday — Pizza casserole, green beans, cauliflower, gelatin oranges Wednesday — Alpine hamburger with hamburger roll, molasses baked beans, cheesy broccoli, ...

Register to vote Tuesday in Centre County

BELLEFONTE — The League of Women Voters of Centre County will hold multiple voter registration drives to celebrate National Voter Registration Day, the 100th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution 19th Amendment and the founding of the League of Women Voters. On Tuesday Sept. 24, LWVCC ...

Howard Happenings

By Tammy Coakley JARS NEEDED The Pleasant Valley Ladies Aid is planning their annual Harvest Day in early October. Homemade soups and apple butter is made in kettles over an open fire for the Harvest Day event. The apple butter is sold by the pint and quart jars, and many jars are needed ...

Around the Town

GOOD DAY and Happy Birthday to Shirley Barner! Quote of the Day “It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation.” — Herman Melville Word of the Day Semelincident — Occurring only once in the same individual Happy Anniversary to Bob and Ruth ...

Old Photo Album: Robb Elementary 6th Graders in 1957

PHOTO PROVIDED Members of Robb Elementary School’s sixth grade class pose for a photo in front of the school in 1957. They are, top row, from left, unknown, Sandy Dauber, Letty Moore, Penny Glenn, Sharon Hoffman, Helen Quiggle, Sandra Bower, Mr. Myers. Middle row, Naomi Kissell, Sharon ...

School supplies drive another success

PHOTO PROVIDED The Clinton County District Attorney’s Office recently completed it’s 2019 school supplies drive to benefit two elementary schools in Keystone Central School District. The drive is the third organized by Clinton County Chief Detective James Edwards. Generous donations were ...

Local briefs

Laurel Run UMC to celebrate 125th birthday MILL HALL — Laurel Run United Methodist Church will be celebrating its 125th birthday this Saturday, Sept. 21 beginning at 4 p.m. The celebration will include special performances by Beth Young, Reverend Bruce Wallace, Susan, Megan and ...

Around the Town

GOOD DAY and Happy Birthday to Amber Kinley of Farrandsville. Word of the Day Invictive — Insurmountable; undefeatable Quote of the Day “Real difficulties can be overcome; it is only the imaginary ones that are unconquerable.” — Theodore N. Vail Lou Bernard to lead ...

Renovo coal tipple

PHOTO PROVIDED This is a picture of the Renovo Tipple with the cab track in the front and the steam engines surrounding it. You can also see a coal train passing by with all PRR cars. The photograph was taken in September of 1947. Thank you western Clinton County Historian Charlie Barnum for ...