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LOCAL NEWS | APRIL 19, 2019

The Director of the Perry County Family Center has been indicted by a grand jury for embezzlement of funds involving federal programs.  The U. S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania said 53-year-old Shelly A. Dreyer-Aurila of New Bloomfield, was indicted by a federal grand jury on Wednesday (April 17th).  The indictment alleges […]

LOCAL NEWS | APRIL 18, 2019

Paving work in Huntingdon County will close a portion of Route 1008 (Myton Road) next week.  Paving will start at the intersection of Route 1013 and move toward Route 305.  Work will tale place Monday (April 22nd) through Wednesday (April 24th) from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm daily, weather permitting.  A detour using Routes 305 […]

LOCAL NEWS | APRIL 17, 2019

A Thompsontown man has been sentenced to 19 months in prison for defrauding a disabled Veteran, the Veteran’s Administration, and the Social Security Administration.  The U. S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania said 48-year-old Jason Ehrhart was sentenced Monday.  In 2006, Ehrhart applied to serve as VA Fiduciary and Legal Custodian for […]

LOCAL NEWS | APRIL 16, 2019

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives has unanimously approved House Resolution 149 recognizing THON student volunteers.  THON raised more than $10-million ($10,621,683.76) in February to help fight pediatric cancer.  The organization is the largest student-run philanthropy in the world.  It is a year-long fundraising and awareness campaign, sustained by more than 16,500 volunteers, culminating in a […]

LOCAL NEWS | APRIL 15, 2019

Drug charges have been filed against a McClure man after his arrest late last month.  Lewistown Police charged 47-year-old Terry Lee Fortson, Jr. with possession of a controlled substance and introducing a controlled substance into the Mifflin County Correctional Facility on March 29th.  Fortson had suspected crack cocaine hidden in a cigarette pack, and did […]

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