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Buggin' out

October 4, 2014 STATE COLLEGE — “Sorry, they just creep me out,” the tall, lanky, adult man said, standing well clear of the volunteer who offered to let him hold a Madagascar hissing cockroach. more »»

‘The Equalizer’ is a story that has been told before

October 3, 2014 “The Equalizer” is a story that we’ve seen plenty of times before. A former professional killer is trying to enjoy his new life in peace, but he can’t help but get sucked back into killing. more »»

The ‘why’ and ‘how’ of family meals

October 1, 2014 If you have always had family meals, you may be flabbergasted to know the amount of research that has been conducted on measuring their value. more »»

Clam chowder ingredients determine its name

October 1, 2014 While there are many versions of clam chowder, the most distinguishable variations are the New England and Manhattan styles. A quick glance inside the bowl will tell you which is which. more »»

Central Pennsylvania Art Alliance bringing exhibition to Brookmere

September 20, 2014 BELLEVILLE — Brookmere Winery is playing host for a portion of the Central Pennsylvania Art Alliance’s Fall Colors Studio Tour the first weekend in October. more »»

Quilt barns

September 13, 2014 MILLERSTOWN — Greenwood High School students have left their mark on barns in Perry County. more »»

Club news

September 13, 2014 Juniata County Business & Professional Women awarded scholarships, inducted new members and installed new officers during their June 17 meeting. more »»

Eva goes to Disney World

September 6, 2014 LEWISTOWN — Eva Interiano wasn’t even 2 years old when she began the fight of her life. more »»

Juniata County Library

September 6, 2014 Storytimes are coming up fast. Starting Sept. 16 and running for 10 weeks, we’ll be resuming our story hours. Storytimes for older children will be held on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. more »»

Every dog has its day

August 23, 2014 LEWISTOWN — Eighteen-year-old Kaityln Dreese has been surrounded by dogs her whole lif. more »»


August 23, 2014 Editor’s note: A list of upcoming reunions is published weekly on the Entertainment page. Missing classmate requests are published once and repeated only if updated. more »»

‘Let’s Be Cops’ bad, but not as awful as expected

August 22, 2014 This past Sunday, I was getting ready to slog my way through a one-and-a-half-star review of “The Expendables 3,” which I saw Friday night, when I decided to check the weekend box office results to... more »»

Old looks on way back

August 21, 2014 It’s that time again to turn our fashion thoughts to the top trends of a new season — fall 2014. When the big chill hits be prepared. Trade in last year’s plain crewnecks for chunky turtleneck. more »»

Fator reaches top after winning ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 2

August 21, 2014 LAS VEGAS — Terry Fator got a second chance when the producers of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” came to him in 2007 and offered him a spot in the show’s second season. more »»

Use cucumbers for Tzatziki

August 20, 2014 Many people who grow cucumbers plan to use them in pickles, but they are also a favorite salad ingredient. more »»

Prove your chili is the best around

August 20, 2014 LEWISTOWN — If you’ve ever wanted a chance to prove your chili is the best around, now is your opportunity. more »»


August 16, 2014 POE VALLEY — In 1933 the United States was in economic shambles, and within his first 100 days in office, President Franklin D. Roosevelt set out to turn the tide with his “New Deal” legislation. more »»

Public is invited to visit camp on Legacy Day

August 16, 2014 By KIERNAN M. SCHALK Sentinel reporter kschalk@lewistownsentinel. more »»

Lewistown native tours with veterans

August 2, 2014 LEWISTOWN — A visit to a museum 10 years ago started Connie Kennedy’s interest in historical tours. “I visited the D-Day Museum in New Orleans 10 years ago and learned that historical tours existed. more »»

Work with orphans better than Everest

July 26, 2014 MILLERSBURG — Mount Everest wasn’t necessarily the peak of excitement for one Susquehanna University student when he visited Nepal. more »»



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