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Haverford has nation’s oldest high school radio station

Local news

By MARI A. SCHAEFER The Philadelphia Inquirer, via AP HAVERTOWN, Pa. — Deep inside Haverford High School sits WHHS (99.9) FM, a little 10-watt radio station with a 20,000-watt legacy. The impact of the tiny, student-run operation extends well beyond the mile-sized broadcast range that ...

Police News – Jan. 20

Police, court and fires

Property found at Sheetz BELLEFONTE — State Police at Rockview report they have property found at the Sheetz in Bellefonte, along the Benner Pike. The property was found at 8:49 p.m. on Jan. 18. Anyone who lost property on this day is asked to contact State Police at Rockview at (814) ...

LHU professor has book chapter published

Community

LOCK HAVEN — During the fall 2019 semester, Lock Haven University professor, Dr. Gregory Walker, had a chapter published in the book, “Safety Culture: Progress, Trends and Challenges,” edited by Michel Sacre. Walker is a sociology professor in the College of Liberal Arts and Education ...

LHU gets state grant to combat campus sexual assault

Local news

HARRISBURG — Nearly $1 million in grants from the Wolf Administration to combat campus sexual assault at 36 colleges and universities, including Lock Haven University, were announced this week. A steadfast supporter of campus safety, Gov. Tom Wolfe established It’s On Us PA, the ...

Emergency Services

Police, court and fires

LOCK HAVEN — The following calls were received at the Clinton County Communications Center: SATURDAY — At 9:32 a.m., the Lock Haven Police Department and Lock Haven Fire Department responded to an alarm in the 800 block of East Water Street in Lock Haven. The call was cleared at 9:49 ...

Old Photo Album: T.Z. Wertz and Sons

Community

This is a picture of the T. Z. Wertz and Sons farm at Halls Run, Pa. The location of the farm was in the area of Doctor Conly’s yard. Other milk companies from the Renovo area would collect, process the milk and distribute it to their customers. Thank you Western Clinton County Historian ...

Trump’s defense, prosecutors dig in

Local news

By LAURIE KELLMAN Associated Press WASHINGTON — Advocates for and against President Donald Trump gave no ground Sunday on his Senate impeachment trial, digging in on whether a crime is required for his conviction and removal and whether witnesses will be called. But even as Trump's ...

Around the Town

Community

GOOD DAY and Happy Birthday to River John Allen, of Lock Haven Word of the Day Sidesplitter — Something that is uproariously funny, as a joke or a situation Quote of the Day “I am no interested in power for power’s sake, but I’m interested in power that is moral, that is right ...

Calendar of Events

Community

TODAY — Coffee & Convo: New Year, New Me – Setting Healthy Goals Join Geisinger health and wellness for a cup of coffee on Wednesday, Jan. 22 from 10 – 10:30 a.m., 1020 Thompson Street, Jersey Shore. (Community room), and learn to how to keep your New Year’s resolution this ...

SpaceX launches, destroys rocket in astronaut escape test

Local news

By MARCIA DUNN AP Aerospace Writer CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX completed the last big test of its crew capsule before launching astronauts in the next few months, mimicking an emergency escape shortly after liftoff Sunday. No one was aboard for the wild ride in the skies above Cape ...

Pa. Lottery

Community

SUNDAY Day Wild: 6 Pick 2: 4-4 Pick 3: 9-9-8 Pick 4: 5-4-6-4 Pick 5: 4-2-5-9-5 Treasure Hunt: 06-08-10-13-29 $70,000 estimated jackpot Evening Wild: 9 Pick 2: 4-5 Pick 3: 0-5-7 Pick 4: 2-3-6-5 Pick 5: 5-6-9-9-9 Cash 5: 03-12-21-28-32 $125,000 estimated ...

Police News – Jan. 18

Police, court and fires

Stolen money SNOW SHOE — A Moshannon woman was arrested for stealing money from the Democratic Club in Snow Shoe. The arrest took place at 10:10 a.m. on Jan. 12. According to State Police at Rockview, a 27-year-old Moshannon woman was arrested for stealing $901.25 from the Democratic Club ...

State College minor league baseball team launches campaign

Community

UNIVERSITY PARK — The State College Spikes aren’t waiting for the bottom of the ninth. On Thursday morning inside the Centre County Visitors Center, Spikes general manager Scott Walker was joined by a host of community leaders, legislators, Spikes employees, state officials, federal ...

Finding Faith: Encouragement

Religion

By REV. CHRISTOPHER PASSANTE “Therefore encourage one another and build each other up.” 1 Thessalonians 5:11 One of the most visible signs of mature discipleship is the ability to encourage others. This might sound easy: A friend, co-worker or loved one is feeling down or challenged, ...

Bald Eagle Rifle League

Outdoors

Match for 1/7/20 Markovich Const. Inc. 8-0 @ Liberty 6-2 Markovich Const. Inc. Scott Sorgen 99-3 Chase Weise 98-8 Navara Reynolds 98-5 Conner Bauman 98-5 Tom Welsh 98-3 Bill Bridgens Sr. 97-5 Jim Guenot 97-2 Kodi Cameron 96-6 Team 781-37 Junior Jase Bechtol ...

Keeping it Green: Is grass really that interesting?

Garden

By TOM BUTZLER (Editors Note: This article is the ninth in a series exploring professional opportunities for Penn State Extension agricultural educators during the 2019 summer.) I enjoy being around plants. And luckily, my job allows a lot of interaction with them, particularly vegetables ...

Fire tax uncommon in Clinton County

Local news

DUNNSTOWN — Woodward Township supervisors will consider adopting a fire tax at their regular meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Dunnstown Fire Hall. The fire tax has been a topic of debate among residents during and after two recent public meetings hosted by the supervisors. The ...

Emergency Services

Police, court and fires

LOCK HAVEN — The following calls were received at the Clinton County Communications Center. WEDNESDAY — At 7:19 a.m., the Lamar Township Fire Department, Castanea Fire Department, Goodwill Hose Fire Department and the Pennsylvania State Police responded to the motor vehicle accident ...

Touring the facility

Community

State Congressman Fred Keller, took a lengthy tour of Susque-View in Lock Haven on Friday afternoon. During the tour, Keller heard about long-term care, checked out the facility’s amenities and took time to speak with residents. Susque-View has nearly 200 employees. From left, Rep. Keller, ...