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Juniata Mennonite Historical Center addition nears completion

October 23, 2013 RICHFIELD — Historians in Richfield are smiling. The new addition to the Juniata Mennonite Historical Center in Richfield is nearing completion. more »»

State level 4-H horse show to go through changes

October 23, 2013 MIFFLINTOWN — Big changes are coming to Pennsylvania’s State 4-H Horse Show, changing the way Juniata County 4-H Extension handles enrollment in the future. more »»

Mifflin-Mifflintown pedestrian bridge is last piece of project

October 23, 2013 MIFFLINTOWN — It was a project that took years of planning, but now the final stage of a multi-million dollar project is about to come to a close. more »»

Housing rehab program helps families in need

October 23, 2013 MIFFLINTOWN — Area houses are becoming “home sweet homes” through the Juniata County Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program. more »»

Juniata County Library updates building, staff

October 23, 2013 MIFFLINTOWN — This past year has brought numerous changes to the Juniata County Library, including new renovations and a new library director. more »»

State College Area High School ready for overhaul

October 16, 2013 STATE COLLEGE — If a referendum is passed in May 2014, the State College Area High School could receive a major overhau. more »»

St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy still growing in its 3rd year

October 16, 2013 BOALSBURG — Now iIn it’s third year, Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy in Boalsburg continues to grow. more »»

University Park Airport expands services, facilities

October 16, 2013 STATE COLLEGE — University Park Airport has announced the addition of non-stop flights to Chicago, set to begin in January, making the world outside Pennsylvania even more accessible for residents o... more »»

Historical railroad society brings the past to life

October 16, 2013 BELLEFONTE — The Bellefonte Historical Railroad Society has been bringing the history of railroads alive since 1984. more »»

Oak Hall Park aims to be top-notch recreational, sporting facility

October 16, 2013 STATE COLLEGE — On a hill overlooking Oak Hall next to Mount Nittany, construction is well underway on a 68-acre park that is set to open in the spring of 2015. Phase one of the $3. more »»

‘Hall of Fame’ flavors keep Penn Staters coming back

October 16, 2013 STATE COLLEGE — One of the most popular traditions for Penn State students, alumni and fans is standing in line during a home football game weekend to get a scoop of Berkey Creamery’s famous ice... more »»

Penn State’s iconic Nittany Lion Shrine receives facelift

October 16, 2013 LEWISTOWN — It’s one of the most photographed locations on the main campus at the Pennsylvania State University — the iconic Nittany Lion Shrine. more »»

Potters Mills Gap first leg of improvements on U.S. 322

October 16, 2013 POTTERS MILLS — In recent weeks surveyors have been out on Seven Mountains taking measurements on U.S. 322 in the area of Potters Mills as part of an ambitious project to expand the major highway. more »»

 
 

 

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