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February 3rd, 2015

Two plead guilty in bath salts ring

February 3, 2015

RIDGWAY – Two of the four co-defendants charged in August 2014 in a criminal conspiracy for the sale and distribution of alpha-PVP, the drug commonly known as bath salts, pleaded guilty Monday to charges at Elk County Court.

February 2nd

New Kane school superintendent has ‘fabulous welcome’

February 2, 2015

Bob Gaetano began work Monday as the new superintendent for the Kane Area School District.
Escorted by School Board President Claire Ann Buckley, Gaetano visited virtually every classroom in the elementary school, the middle school and the high school.
“I am receiving a fabulous welcome,” Gaetano said as he toured the high school. He said the warm greetings from students, faculty and administrators are “beyond words.”
“It’s more than I expected,” he said in commenting on the reception he received Monday.

No cuts in Mt. Jewett water bills due to 'boil' notice

February 2, 2015

MT. JEWETT – The 450 water customers in Mt. Jewett currently should boil their water used for drinking and cooking.
But, despite this temporary inconvenience, the customers won't be receiving a break on their water bills.
The bills still will be based on usage.
According to Borough Council President Chuck Paar, some customers believe they should receive a cut in their water bills because of a "boil water" advisory.

Phil gets digital, says: #sixmoreweeksofwinter

February 2, 2015

PUNXSUTAWNEY — While the frigid weather creeped up on the Weather Capital of the World in the hours leading up to Punxsutawney Phil's official prognostication, a decent-sized crowd would prevail to see the Seer of Seers predict what almost no one wanted to hear: Six more weeks of winter.

February 1st

Deeley: 'Phil is ready to do his thing'

February 1, 2015

PUNXSUTAWNEY — The president of the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club said that Punxsutawney Phil, the world's only true weather-forecasting groundhog, isn't afraid to take on the Super Bowl again this year.
Bill Deeley, Groundhog Club president, said all they can do is do their thing.
"Luckily, we don't have a Pennsylvania team in it, so we won't have to compete with them, although I wish that we did," Deeley said, adding that the banquet was on Saturday night, mainly because they can't use the school on Sunday.

January 30th

Fox Twp. youngster thrives despite being born with rare birth defect

January 30, 2015

DAGUS MINES – Although she is five-years-old Fiona Jane O'Dell is still referred to as an 'O' baby, having been born with a rare birth defect known as a giant omphalocele which only occurs in one in every 10,000 pregnancies.
An omphalocele is a birth defect in which an infant's intestine or other abdominal organs are outside of the body due to a hole in their belly button area. The organs are covered only by a thin layer of tissue and can easily be seen.

VIDEO OF THE DAY: 5 Super Bowl Facts That Will Change The Way You Watch

January 30, 2015

VIDEO OF THE DAY: 5 Super Bowl Facts That Will Change The Way You Watch

Prop Bets Guide To the Big Game

January 30, 2015

Prop Bets Guide To the Big Game

For the biggest game in all of football, you can bet on just about anything. What we have done here is selected some of our favorite things to bet on and give bold predictions. If you want some free money, read on!

SPECIAL (NE vs SEA) - How long will it take Idina Menzel to sign the US National Anthem?

Over/Under 2 minutes 1 second

January 29th

Jay Paterno discusses book, answers questions in Kane visit

January 29, 2015

Jay Paterno braved a steady snowfall and slippery roads as he drove from State College to Kane to speak Thursday evening before a crowd of 75 at the Friends Memorial Public Library.
The winter storm held down the size of the audience. Perhaps many felt Paterno would be a “no-show” because of the weather.
But missing a scheduled public forum is not in Paterno’s DNA.
He said his late father—legendary Penn State football coach Joe Paterno—wouldn’t excuse him if he ever missed such a public event.

Britton won't seek re-election in Hamlin Twp.

January 29, 2015

HAZEL HURST – Joni Britton confirmed Thursday that she will not seek another term as supervisor for Hamlin Township.
"There are too many things going on in my own life," Britton said in citing her reasons for not seeking re-election this year. "My own life takes a lot of time. My family has sacrificed."
Britton, vice chairman of the township Board of Supervisors, said she would serve out her term that expires at the end of the year.

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