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Agency feeling budget crunch

October 9, 2015 LEWISTOWN — As the state budget impasse continues to drag on, many agencies are being negatively impacted. more »»

Safeguard against cybercriminals

October 9, 2015 LEWISTOWN — Americans live in a mobile society, relying on smartphones, tablets and computers to gather news, make purchases, interact with friends and family and connect with financial institution. more »»

Directors vote to clean computers

October 9, 2015 YEAGERTOWN — The computers for the Mifflin County Regional Police Department are going to be getting cleaned up. more »»

Look Good Feel Better to help women as they fight cancer

October 9, 2015 LEWISTOWN — The American Cancer Society will be offering a free program to women fighting cancer. more »»


October 9, 2015 Editor’s note: The Sentinel offers nonprofit and other community organizations an opportunity to promote upcoming events for free in this community calendar for three days before the event. more »»

Open Line

October 9, 2015 Editor’s note: Comments published in the Open Line reflect the views of the caller, and not The Sentinel. more »»


October 9, 2015 The winning numbers selected Thursday in the Pennsylvania lottery were: Day Pick 2: 9-6 Day Pick 3: 1-6-0 Day Pick 4: 0-7-7-8 Day Pick 5: 2-0-6-2-5 Night Pick 2: 5-3 Night Pick 3: 2-7-8 Night Pick... more »»

Support sought to end violence

October 8, 2015 LEWISTOWN — October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Throughout the month, the Abuse Network is working to raise awareness about domestic violence in an effort to help bring it to an end. more »»

Cause for alarm

October 8, 2015 McCLURE — Getting smoke alarms in every bedroom is the focus of this year’s Fire Prevention Week which began Sunday. more »»

Crash prompts power outage

October 8, 2015 LEWISTOWN — A one-car crash caused a power outage Wednesday morning in Granville Township. more »»

Local reps speak out after vote

October 8, 2015 LEWISTOWN — Three state legislators who represent local areas are speaking out after voting against a 16 percent personal income tax hike and additional tax on natural gas drilling, brought forth by... more »»

Juniata County teachers support consolidation

October 8, 2015 MIFFLINTOWN — The Juniata School Board of Directors held a work session Wednesday evening to hear teachers’ opinions about consolidation of elementary schools in the county. more »»

top of the town

October 8, 2015 Vendors needed for music boosters expo LEWISTOWN —Vendors are needed for the 2015 Mifflin County Music Boosters Third Annual Holiday Expo, to be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. more »»


October 8, 2015 Editor’s note: The Sentinel offers nonprofit and other community organizations an opportunity to promote upcoming events for free in this community calendar for three days before the event. more »»

Public support needed to form watch group

October 7, 2015 MIFFLINTOWN — Whether or not a neighborhood watch group will be formed for the boroughs of Mifflin and Mifflintown is now up to residents’ input. more »»

Crash causes power outage along U.S. 22 Business

October 7, 2015 LEWISTOWN — A one-car crash has caused a significant power outage along U.S. 22 Business in Granville Township Wednesday morning. more »»

Commissioners reiterate concern over state budget

October 7, 2015 MIFFLINTOWN — As has been the case for the past several weeks, the Juniata County Commissioners began their Tuesday meeting by reiterating their concerns over the state budget impasse. “Today, Oct. more »»

Local veterans urged to explore available benefits

October 7, 2015 LEWISTOWN — To help veterans ensure they are receiving the benefits that their service earned, Rep. more »»

Farm Bureau adopts policy resolutions

October 7, 2015 MEXICO— Policy resolutions were adopted during the annual meeting of the Juniata County Farm Bureau Tuesday night and policies on farming and safety were discussed. more »»

Epic proportions

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