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LOCAL NEWS | NOVEMBER 12, 2018

A power point presentation at a Juniata County school has resulted in charges against a Richfield boy.  The incident took place November 6th at the school on Route 35 in North Fayette Township.  The 13-year-old student created the presentation for a school project.  When presenting it to his class, he was stopped by the teacher […]

LOCAL NEWS | NOVEMBER 9, 2018

Representative Rich Irvin (R-Huntingdon/Centre/Mifflin) will have a veterans’ service officer from the American Legion in his district office on Wednesday, November 14th, and Wednesday, December 12th, to meet with area veterans and answer their questions in regard to benefits and services available to them.  The veterans’ service officer will be available from 9:00 am to […]

LOCAL NEWS | NOVEMBER 8, 2018

The potential to set a new state record remains high as Pennsylvania black-bear hunters get set to head afield.   Opening day of the Commonwealth’s four-day firearms bear season is November 17th. Penn’s Woods has maintained a bear population of around 20,000 the past three years.  Last season, bear hunters managed a harvest of more than 3,400 […]

LOCAL NEWS | NOVEMBER 7, 2018

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf won another term in office yesterday, defeating Republican challenger Scott Wagner.  U.S. Senator Bob Casey also won re-election against Republican Lou Barletta.  In the U.S. House, Republican Congressman Tom Marino held off the challenge of Democrat Marc Friedenberg.  State Senator Jake Corman will return to Harrisburg for another 4-year term, defeating […]

LOCAL NEWS | NOVEMBER 6, 2018

Pennsylvanians will head to the polls to determine several important races for national and statewide offices today.  In the Commonwealth gubernatorial race, incumbent Democrat Tom Wolf squares off against Republican challenger Scott Wagner.  In our region, the State Senate seat in the 34th District is up for grabs, along with State House seats in the […]