LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 6, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 6, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 6, 2019

Two area men escaped injuries in a pair of one-vehicle mishaps yesterday in Juniata County.   According to State Police, a Chevy Cruze driven by 20-year-old Ethan Kauffman of Mifflintown struck a fallen tree on Free Spring Church Road in Walker Township just before 5:00 am.  State Police say 33-year-old Lance Blose of Mifflin lost control of his Corvette when he drove through loose gravel on Butchershop Road in Fermanagh Township at about 7:25 am.

 

State Representative John Hershey (R-Mifflin/Juniata/Franklin) will host a REAL ID seminar next week for residents of the 82nd District.   Beginning October 1st, 2020, Pennsylvania residents will need a REAL ID or another Department of Homeland Security-approved identification to board domestic commercial flights, enter military bases, and enter federal facilities that would normally require ID at the door.  There will be a one-time fee of $30 to opt into REAL ID, plus the cost of the license or photo ID renewal.  Purchasing a REAL ID is optional.  No RSVP is required for the free seminar on Wednesday, September 11th from 6:00 to 7:00 pm, at Cedar Grove BIC Church, in Mifflintown.

 

Penn State tailgaters and students have new products to enjoy thanks to a partnership between Penn State’s Berkey Creamery and the Penn State Meats Laboratory.  The Creamery now carries five flavors of salami, five flavors of beef jerky and three flavors of meat snack sticks, all made at the Meats Lab.  All the meat sold is produced on Penn State’s own farms.  The flavors of jerky include “Sweet Caro-Lion,” “Lion’s Roar,” “Farmhouse Hickory,” “Beaver Canyon,” and “Coaly’s Heehaw.”  The Berkey Creamery produces ice cream, cheese, milk, yogurt and sour cream, as well as a variety of other products for sale and distribution to the University community.

 

 

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