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SUNDAY ∫ The seventh annual event of the 2019 Music Picnic Series, 6 p.m. featuring “Keystone Society of Swing.” These free, outdoor concerts are held rain or shine at South Hills’ main campus, 480 Waupelani Drive, State College. ∫ “Old House Research in Centre County: An ...

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GOOD DAY and Happy Anniversary to John and Mary Lee Gugliocciello of Flemington, 45 years. Quote of the Day “You can do anything, but not everything.” — Anonymous Word of the Day Zootype — Animal serving as a type; figure of an animal used to represent a deity. Ham and ...

Paramedic’s advice: Be heat smart

Urgent information

Central Pennsylvania is experiencing some of the hottest weather we have been witness to this year. The higher than normal temperatures along with unusually high humidity levels have prompted the National Weather Service in State College to issue Excessive Heat Warnings to much of the area. ...

It’s going to feel like 106 on Saturday

Local news

LOCK HAVEN — “Get in the pool or get in the air-conditioning.” That’s all that National Weather Forecaster Charles Ross could suggest when asked how to cool off during the coming weekend. “It’s gonna be on the hot side for the next couple of days,” he said as he talked about ...

LHU to receive $250,000 for medical equipment

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LOCK HAVEN— Last month, a $33.9 billion Pennsylvania state budget was approved by lawmakers for 2019-20, in which higher education was a priority and included overall increased state funding for the State System of Higher Education. Sen. Joe Scarnati (R-25) was instrumental in securing ...

UPMC Susquehanna recognizes extraordinary nurses

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WILLIAMSPORT— Six UPMC Susquehanna nurses were recently recognized as recipients of the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. ∫ John Fox, RN, Intensive Care Unit at UPMC Williamsport Regional Medical Center, was nominated by a fellow nurse. The nurse wrote, “John was caring for a ...

KCSD board makes personnel moves

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MILL HALL — The Keystone Central school board made some personnel moves at Thursday night’s voting session, which was held at the Central Mountain High School auditorium. A total of 14 District Program Leaders (DPL) were added to superintendent Jacquelyn Martin’s team. The 14 already ...

Howard Happenings

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BASKET BENEFIT Friendship Community Center in Beech Creek will host a basket benefit today, July 19, for Cathy Hipple of Blanchard. Cathy is beginning another battle with cancer and has started an extensive chemo regiment last week that will take several months to complete. She was ...

Protect your eyes from the summer sun

Health

Everyone seems to understand the importance of wearing sunscreen when you are enjoying the summer sun, but protecting your eyes from ultraviolet (UV) radiation or light is just as important. Although UV radiation comes from several sources, most people get their exposure from rays of energy ...

Groundbreaking July 30 for senior housing in Flemington

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From staff reports FLEMINGTON — A groundbreaking ceremony for Susquehannock Heights — a quality, affordable elderly housing complex in Flemington — will take place later this month. It will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 30 at 200 Youngs Ave., Lock Haven. The public is invited to ...

Bald Eagle Creek restoration kickstarts proposed Wildlife Center

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JULIAN — The Wildlife for Everyone Foundation will initiate the first enhancement to its proposed Wildlife Center, slated for construction in the Tom Ridge Wetlands along old Route 220 South in Huston Township, Centre County. The restoration project had been delayed for one year due to ...

Williamsport Family Medicine Residency graduates

Health

PHOTO PROVIDED UPMC Susquehanna recently celebrated the 2019 graduating class of residents from the Williamsport Family Medicine Residency. Pictured from left, front, are Morgan Rogers, MD; Gwendolyn Martin, DO; and Angela Genoese-Debo, DO; and back, Daniel Conner, DO, and Ryan Allen, DO. ...

Woodward supers to address roads, drainage

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LOCKPORT — The Woodward Township Supervisors are planning a road tour next Tuesday. The supervisors will be visiting multiple homes and roads in the township to address issues on township roads, including North Vista Drive and Oak Hollow Road, that were brought to their attention at this ...

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Good Day and Happy Anniversary to John and Lana Bryerton! Word of the Day Narquois — Mocking; malicious Quote of the Day “Your problem isn’t the problem. Your reaction is the problem.” — Anonymous Liberty Warbirds The Liberty Warbirds will be unable to attend this ...

Unusual eating behaviors may be a new diagnostic indicator for autism

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By Zachary Sweger news.psu.edu HERSHEY, Pa. - Atypical eating behaviors may be a sign a child should be screened for autism, according to a new study from Penn State College of Medicine. Research by Susan Mayes, professor of psychiatry, found that atypical eating behaviors were present in ...

Woodward Twp. to map out sewer lines

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LOCKPORT — Woodward Township will soon have their sewer system mapped out. Supervisors approved a contract with PA Rural Water Association to map out the township’s entire sewer system at a cost of $10,900. The mapping will include measurements of the piping and the location of each ...

Old Photo Album: The A&P Grocery Store

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PHOTO PROVIDED Pictured is the A&P Grocery store located at Huron Avenue and 15th Street in Renovo. This was the stores second location in the area after first being on Sixth Street. Today everyone knows the location as Lingle’s Neighborhood Market. Thank you western Clinton County ...

Police news – July 18

Police, court and fires

Milesburg woman charged in DUI crash WILLIAMSPORT — Pamela Dehass, 48, of Milesburg was arrested by state police in Montoursville following a hit and run crash at East Third Street and Country Club Drive in Loyalsock Township on April 16. Police said she was charged with DUI of many ...