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Police news – Aug. 13

Police, court and fires

Hit and run LOCK HAVEN — On August 8, Richard Vicente, 46, of Lock Haven reported that an unknown driver had struck his gray Dodge Journey in front of 226 Youngs Ave., according to Lock Haven police. Vicente found damage to the driver’s side and could provide no possible striking ...

Jim Davy’s book about Monument available again

Community

MONUMENT — If you’ve heard about the book “All Company Towns Ain’t Bad,” written by local author Jim Davy and have been hankering to get a copy of the stories about the out-of-the-way town of Monument, you’re in luck. Davy has heard the requests for a copy of his sold-out book ...

County to vote on accepting credit cards

Local news

LOCK HAVEN — It looks like the county will soon be accepting credit cards. The Clinton County commissioners opened discussion on the item at Monday’s work session and plan to vote on the matter at their next voting session on Thursday, August 22. “In this day and age, you almost ...

Around the Town

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Good Day and Happy Anniversary to Ron and Ruth Berry Quote of the Day “As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others.” — Bill Gates Word of the Day Javelot — Small spear or javelin Visit the Bossert Gallery at Ross Library The theme for ...

Two killed in Sunday plane crash identified

Local news

By MARK MARONEY mmaroney@sungazette.com ANTES FORT —A pilot from Union County and his passenger died upon impact when the experimental biplane they were in crashed shortly after taking off from Antes Fort Airport, county officials said. Douglas Cromley, 40, of Lewisburg, was piloting ...

Local Briefs

Community

Dead Centre podcast released by Katie O’Toole STATE COLLEGE — Katie O’Toole, president of the Centre County Historical Society, has released the 8th in a series of podcasts titled “Dead Centre” about little known aspects of Centre County, its history, places, and people that give ...

KCSD passes items through consent agenda

Local news

MILL HALL — At last week’s Keystone Central school board voting session, the board got its first read of Policy No. 248 and 249 regarding bullying, cyberbullying and unlawful harassment. And while those items will be voted on at the next board meeting on Thursday, Sept. 5, there were ...

Old Photo Album: South Renovo School students

Community

PHOTO PROVIDED Pictured are the South Renovo school students from first to eighth grade sometime in the 1900s. Front row, Jorden Saltsman, Jesse Kepler, George Hillyer, George Uhler, E. Carlson, Earl Stout, Fullmer Lau, Jack Caskey, Ben Bottorf. Second row, Olive Powell, Rose Machyne, Ansie ...

Shore Shines

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JERSEY SHORE—More than 9,500 of America’s best and brightest high school students traveled to San Antonio, Texas to “Create, Lead, and Inspire,” as they competed with top future business leaders, showcased their talents, and expanded their networks in more than 70 business and ...

POLICE NEWS – AUG 12

Police, court and fires

Liquor law violation RENOVO — A citation was issued to the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie No. 516, of 336 Erie Avenue, Renovo, on July 25 for a liquor law violation by the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement, state police at Montoursville said. The violations, that occurred from Feb. 2 ...

Around the Town

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GOOD DAY and Happy Anniversary to Bill and Linda Neimond on August 11 Word of the Day Victualler — One who operates a pub or eatery Quote of the Day “Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.” — Maya Angelou Bald Eagle Valley Rail Trail ...

New Bellefonte track will enhance program and community

Local news

By CHRIS MORELLI cmorelli@lockhaven.com BELLEFONTE — In less than two weeks, Bellefonte’s Rogers Stadium will be the site of high school football and soccer games. That’s nothing new. In the past, the stadium has played host to countless games. What it hasn’t hosted in quite ...

Reunions

Community

AUGUST 12 —LHHS Class of 1950, noon at Creekside, Mill Hall. Questions: Patty at 570-726-3374. AUGUST 17 — Descendants and family of the late Henry and Mamie Sweeley and the late James and Anna Sweeley, Grove Park upper pavilion beside Clinton Bowling Lanes. Meal at 3:30 p.m. Hot dogs ...

Renovo American Legion swears in officers

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KEVIN RAUCH/THE EXPRESS The American Legion Post 442 of Renovo held their annual installation of officers ceremony last week. At top, post officers are, from left, Tom Bissman, first vice chairman; Bernie Huseth, commander; George Crouse, finance officer; Fred Miller, service officer; ...

Crown Jewel

Local news

By CHRIS MORELLI cmorelli@lockhaven.com BELLEFONTE — On Thursday, a small group of school board members, administrators and coaches toured Bellefonte Area High School’s new crown jewel. As a group of construction workers feverishly worked on the fieldhouses, restrooms and poured ...

Police news – Aug. 10

Police, court and fires

DUI alleged JERSEY SHORE — An incident occurred on June 30 along South Eagle Valley Road and Boyd Road in Worth Township, Centre County, as a 30-year-old male, from Jersey Shore, was found to be driving under the influence of alcohol during a traffic stop, according to police at ...

A fun ‘Night Out’

Community

Hundreds of kids flocked to the Jersey Shore Pool Complex on Tuesday night to enjoy games, food and swimming as part of the Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police Departments National Night Out event. Area emergency responders set up booths, giving kids and the community a chance to learn more ...

Local church briefs

Religion

Blanchard Church of Christ’s picnic BLANCHARD — Blanchard Church of Christ will be hosting their annual all-church picnic this Sunday at the church pavilion. Come join the circus for fun, food and games. All you need to bring is a casserole or dessert dish of your choice. Meats and ...

Vegetarian needs guidance for possible fructose intolerance

Health

BY KEITH ROACH, M.D. DEAR DR. ROACH: What can you tell me about fructose intolerance and/or malabsorption? Is there a genetic predisposition to this? Can it develop later in life? What are the symptoms, and how is it diagnosed? What type of doctor can best make a diagnosis? I’ve read ...