LOCAL NEWS | OCTOBER 31, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | OCTOBER 31, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | OCTOBER 31, 2018

A domestic violence report in Armagh Township turned into an attempted strangulation last Thursday in Mifflin County.  According to State Police, a 58-year-old Lewistown man grabbed a 40-year-old Milroy woman’s neck, cutting off her airway.  The man then punched the victim before she fled to a neighbor’s house.  The suspect was arrested and transported to the Mifflin County Correctional Facility.  Charges were filed through District Court.

 

The Lewistown Police Department is again reminding residents to lock their vehicles after a string of thefts.  Police received a report of a male dressed in dark clothing taking items from vehicles on the 600 and 700 blocks of South Wayne Street during the early morning hours on October 18th.  Some items have been retrieved.  Anyone with information should contact Lewistown Borough Police.

 

Pennsylvania 4-H youth will experience valuable hands-on learning opportunities as a result of Tractor Supply’s 2018 Paper Clover Campaign, a biannual fundraiser held in partnership with National 4-H Council.  Pennsylvania Tractor Supply stores collectively raised more than $149,000 ($149,089) through donations made with purchases in store and online.  The Pennsylvania funds are a portion of the more than $1 million nationwide grand total—marking the most successful fundraiser in Tractor Supply’s history.  The Paper Clover campaign will return to Pennsylvania Tractor Supply stores next spring. For more information on the program, visit www.TractorSupply.com/4H.

 

The American Red Cross will be in Belleville for a blood drive today.  The bloodmobile will be at the Community Hall on Walnut Street from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm.

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