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TODAY — Garden Sense Symposium presented by Master Gardeners of Clinton County, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Penn State Extension Clinton County, 232 E. Main St., Lock Haven. — Children’s Story Time & Craft, The Potter’s Palette, 105 E. Main St., Lock Haven. Noon. A featured book is read ...

Downtown group bestows 10 awards to businesses, volunteers

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­­­From Staff Reports LOCK HAVEN - Surprises and congratulations for hard work, investment and making a living downtown were the themes to Thursday night’s awards ceremony sponsored by Downtown Lock Haven Inc. The business district merchants’ group hosted a Time Out business ...

Susque-View honors Smeltz, Conklin

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At the recent December Board of Trustees meeting held at Susque-View Home Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, outgoing Trustees Pete Smeltz and Paul Conklin were recognized and thanked for their years of service to the residents and staff of Susque-View. Shown pictured with Pete and Paul are ...

Geisinger’s Karen Murphy named ‘Woman to Watch’

Health

DANVILLE - Karen Murphy, Ph.D., Geisinger’s chief innovation officer and founding director of the Steele Institute for Health Innovation, has been named a 2020 “Woman to Watch” in health information technology by Becker’s Hospital Review. In her role at the Steele Institute, Murphy ...

A gift and opportunity to the community

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From staff reports LOCK HAVEN — Members of the historic Masonic Temple in downtown Lock Haven want to give the community a gift. In what they and others involved are calling a “once-in-a-generation opportunity,” Lodge 199, Free & Accepted Masons, is negotiating with the ...

New Love Center serves 11,395 people in 2019

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JERSEY SHORE — The New Love Center served 11,395 people last year. That includes 1,299 households in Clinton County and 3,412 households in Lycoming County. The number of client households in Clinton County increased by 301 since 2018 and the number of client households in Lycoming County ...

When you realize you can hear better

Health

By JEFFREY L. BAYLIFF One of the favorite parts of my job is hearing the reactions of my patients when they come back for the one week follow-up after getting hearing aids for the first time. Patients have told me dozens of things through the years about comprehending that they hear better. ...

‘Positive’ progress in talks on charter renewal

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MILL HALL — Prior to Thursday night’s Keystone Central school board meeting, representatives from the Keystone Central School District and Sugar Valley Rural Charter School reported a positive initial dialogue regarding a charter extension for SVRCS. In an email sent to media outlets ...

Howard Happenings

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By TAMMY COAKLEY CEMETERY MEETING Jacksonville Cemetery Association will hold their annual meeting on Saturday, January 25, at the Emmanuel Church of Christ social hall. The meeting will begin at 1 o’clock and all cemetery lot owners and those interested in serving on the cemetery board or ...

KCSD board hears early results of facilities study

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MILL HALL — At Thursday night’s Keystone Central school board meeting, the board heard from representatives from Crabtree, Rorbaugh and Associates, a group that is in the process of conducting a facilities study in the district. The presentation was given by Jeff Straub and Fred Withum. ...

County rejects $655,000 bid for renovations

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LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County Commissioners have decided to consider keeping local history alive by maintaining the original ceiling in the large courtroom at the nearly 175-year-old county courthouse, rather than giving it another coat of fresh paint. The board on Thursday unanimously ...

Around the Town

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GOOD DAY and Happy Anniversary to Tom and Sharon Doebler Word of the Day Nosography — The systemization and description of diseases Quote of the Day “Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success..” — Henry Ford Shoe Bank ...

Public hearing Monday on zoning change in Bald Eagle Township

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MILL HALL — A request to rezone 103 acres of land in Bald Eagle Township is on the agenda prior to next Monday night’s Bald Eagle Township Supervisors meeting. A public hearing scheduled for 6 p.m., followed by the regular supervisors meeting. The land is located behind Walmart and ...

Calendar of Events

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TODAY — Lifestyle Reboot Program, Geisinger Jersey Shore Hospital is offering a program for those with prediabetes or at risk for developing diabetes. Participants 18 years or older meet about once a week for one hour, starting on Thursday, Jan. 23 from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m., to learn how to ...

Pa. Lottery

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THURSDAY Day Wild: 6 Pick 2: 2-2 Pick 3: 3-4-8 Pick 4: 0-5-7-6 Pick 5: 5-1-8-2-9 Treasure Hunt: 03-16-20-25-28 $10,000 estimated jackpot Evening Wild: 8 Pick 2: 2-6 Pick 3: 2-0-5 Pick 4: 4-2-1-7 Pick 5: 4-4-1-6-4 Cash 5: 06-21-24-32-34 $300,000 estimated ...

Studio 1795 offers co-working space in downtown Bellefonte

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BELLEFONTE — There’s a new co-working space in downtown Bellefonte. Studio 1795, owned by Ellen Matis and her husband, Sean Yoder, recently opened its doors at 127 S. Allegheny St. By day, the location is a co-working space. On evenings and weekends, Matis hopes that it will become a ...

Police News – Jan. 16

Police, court and fires

Harassment at fast food restaurant MILESBURG — State Police at Rockview investigated a case of harassment that took place at 2:49 p.m. on Jan. 14 at a fast food restaurant. According to police, David Beck, 35, and Kara Bruss, 20, both of Bellefonte, were harassing employees at the ...