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Abigail Laudenslager, a SUN ATI Advertising Art and Design student from Selinsgrove, put the finishing touches on a ceramic item to be offered for sale during the upcoming open house, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2 at SUN ATI, 815 E. Market St., New Berlin. Proceeds from items sold suppo…

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TYRONE (AP) — On the second floor of City Hall, tall windows capped with green glass panes offer views of the Allegheny Mountains, and when council members rock back and forth in their old, wooden chairs, the quaint creaking makes it tough for reporters to take notes.

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HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s first probable human case of West Nile Virus (WNV) infection in 2019 has been detected in a Philadelphia resident. Samples are being sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for confirmatory testing.

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Piano Entertainer Arty Lee (Art Lieberman) took a break during his recent performance at La Primavera for a photo with his wife Margaret. Lieberman’s repertoire of American Standard songwriting included medleys which he noted were especially fun to present. Arty Lee will perform again from 5…

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I’ll admit I was a bit shocked when I read a recent report in which Jimmie Johnson was quoted as saying he was “favoring more years” of competition in NASCAR’s top series. When Johnson signed his most recent contract, through the 2020 season, I assumed the now 44-year-old driver would call i…

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SUN Area Technical Institute Advertising Art and Design students Hope Kelson (Shikellamy), Gavin Goss (Midd-West) and Adyn Bickel (Shikellamy) work on a classroom project. The class will also have items to sell as fundraisers during the open house planned for 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.…

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Sixty singing community members filled the front of St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church as the Milton Harvest Festival continued Thursday with the annual Pops Concert. The sanctuary was also filled with community members enjoying the performance.

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At right, Lakin Forsythe, 7, of Lewisburg, stuffed straw into a shirt and pants while creating a scarecrow during the Milton Harvest Festival’s Scarecrow Patch, held Monday. Below, Milton Harvest Festival Princess candidates Allison Embeck, Princess Ariane Raymond and Samantha Snyder chip in.

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