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Saudis frightened by Pa. energy

August 31, 2013 Recently, Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal issued a sober warning to his government that, “rising North American shale gas production is an inevitable threat” to the economy of Saudi Arabia. more »»

It’s a rare day in Pennsylvania

August 14, 2013 Republican Rep. Daryl Metcalfe is right. The state budget was two weeks late this year. Even though I rarely agree with him, I applaud Rep. more »»

Boho-chic

August 2, 2013 Having lived on the east coast all of my life, there was only one city that exemplified the ultimate in fashion style—New York City. more »»

Don’t be a victim on vacation

July 10, 2013 With the Fourth of July behind us family vacations are kicking into high gear. more »»

Megadeth drummer to perform clinic

April 20, 2013 LEWISTOWN — Megadeth drummer Shawn Drover will perform a free drum clinic at 6 p.m. April 26 at DP’s Music Center in Lewistown. more »»

Local man faces child porn charges

April 20, 2013 LEWISTOWN — A 36-year-old Lewistown man was arrested Friday and charged with multiple counts of possession of child pornography. more »»

Tuesday brings both triumph and tragedy for Mount Union

April 4, 2013 Tuesday was a day of triumph and tragedy for anyone associated with Mount Union athletics. more »»

Indians rout 'Cats to win season opener

April 4, 2013 MIFFLINTOWN — Opening day for the Juniata baseball team finally came Wednesday, and an impressive pitching performance by the Indians’ Chad Eberle coupled with an offensive explosion boosted the hom... more »»

O’Brien keeps focus on football

April 4, 2013 UNIVERSITY PARK (AP) — Amid all the bickering at Penn State over the delicate issues related to football, the program itself is often left stuck in the middl. more »»

SCHOLASTIC SPORTS

April 4, 2013 From staff reports NEW BLOOMFIELD — The Juniata tennis squad hit the road Wednesday to face off against non-league foe Carson Long with hopes of notching its second win on the season and remaining... more »»

Selling PA liquor stores makes sense

February 18, 2013 If you are like me and love to entertain friends and family, picking out the right beverages is part of creating a delicious meal. more »»

Averting the real fiscal cliff

February 1, 2013 One of the many buzz words for 2012 without a doubt was “fiscal cliff,” a phrase used to describe the expiration of various tax provisions, namely the Bush-era tax rates, and indiscriminate budget... more »»

The 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade: A millennial’s perspective

January 18, 2013 In the year I was born, almost one third of all pregnancies ended in abortion. In the past 40 years, abortion has claimed more than 55 million live. more »»

Share stories about local volunteers

January 7, 2013 They are old. They are young. They work long, hard hours. more »»

Share stories about local volunteers

January 5, 2013 They are old. They are young. They work long, hard hours. more »»

We need smaller government

December 11, 2012 When was the last time you thought to yourself, “We should really make more of an effort to put our nation deeper and deeper in debt”? For decades America has continued to spend far more than it... more »»

Compromise is solution to keep from going over the fiscal cliff

December 4, 2012 “(T)he vast majority of Democrats on Capitol Hill would prefer not to have to do anything on entitlements, would prefer, frankly, not to have to do anything on some of these debt and deficit problems. more »»

Campus safety a top college priority

August 20, 2012 LEWISTOWN — The years you spend in college are designed to prepare you for your future. It will be a busy time for you with classes, homework and social functions. more »»

Lee Letha M. Lynch

August 20, 2012 STATE COLLEGE — Lee Letha M. Lynch, 84, of State College, went home to be with her Lord on Friday, July 20, 2012, at Elmcroft, in State College. She was the wife of the late Francis J. more »»

Audrina L. Rattanavongsa

August 20, 2012 REEDSVILLE — Audrina L. Rattanavongsa, three-week-old daughter of Nikeisha Walker and Curtis A. Rattanavongsa, died Friday morning at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville. more »»

 
 
 

 

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