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LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 21, 2018

Authorities are searching for a missing person in Huntingdon County.  According to State Police, 12-year-old Collin Claar left his residence in Marklesburg sometime overnight.  He is 4-10, approximately 77 pounds, with brown hair and eyes.  Claar also wears glasses.  Anyone with information is asked to call 814-627-3161.   In the wake of widespread damage caused […]

LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 20, 2018

Four municipalities in the 34th Senatorial District have been awarded a total of $880,000 in state funding for projects that will improve public sewer and water facilities.  The grants and loans were awarded by the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) under its Small Water and Sewer Funding Program.  The grants were announced by State Senate Majority […]

PA State Police Warn of Scams

Never provide personal information including social security number, date of birth, credit card number or address. Be suspicious of any stranger calling asking for money, regardless of the situation. Government agencies will never call to ask for verification of personal information, or to request payment. Verify the legitimacy of any email or telephone solicitation by […]

Marry Poppins on Broadway

More than 50 years after she first floated onto movie screens around the world, Mary Poppins returns in the very appropriately titled Mary Poppins Returns. Here is the trailer. Do you think it will match the magic of the original?

LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 18, 2018

A one-vehicle crash in Juniata County claimed the lives of two people over the weekend.  According to State Police, a Mazda sedan driven by 17-year-old David Boyle of Mifflintown veered off Rockland Road in Fayette Township early Sunday morning.  The vehicle struck a telephone pole and a tree near the roadway.  Boyle and a passenger, […]