LOCAL NEWS | FEBRUARY 4, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | FEBRUARY 4, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | FEBRUARY 4, 2019

Mifflin County Prothonotary and Clerk of Court, Tammy Stuck, will seek a third term in office.   The announcement was made late last week.  Stuck has worked in the office for 23 years and served as Prothonotary for 8 years.  The office keeps civil and criminal records for Mifflin County’s Court of Common Pleas.  Pennsylvania’s Municipal Primary Election is May 21st.

 

Authorities are investigating an attempt to lure three juveniles into a vehicle in Juniata County.  According to State Police, someone tried to lure one nine-year-old and two ten-year-old females near Juniata Elementary School in Fermanagh Township on January 17th.  The incident is still under investigation.

 

Representative John Hershey (R-Franklin/Juniata/Mifflin) was assigned to serve on the House Children and Youth Committee during the 2019-20 legislative session. The committee provides legislative oversight on a number of topics, and studies adoption and child protection issues, along with child day care services, child health issues, juvenile delinquency, and adolescent and teen problems.  Last month, Hershey was named to serve on the House Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Health, Human Services and Judiciary committees in the new legislative session.

 

A Huntingdon woman faces charges of animal cruelty after an incident late last month.  State Police arrested 35-year-old Sara Bliss for neglect of animals January 27th on McAlevys Fort Road in Jackson Township.

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