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Seeing Red

October 10, 2015 By LANA MUTHLER LOCK HAVEN —Have you seen the red cut-outs in businesses and store windows downtown this week? They’re not just somebody’s crafty art work. more »»

Tickets available for Salvation Army’s ‘Soup Off’

October 10, 2015 LOCK HAVEN — Autumn is here and so is the perfect weather for warm soups that hit the spot and take the chills away. The Salvation Army’s third annual Soup Off should do the trick. more »»

Agreement with educators’ union outlines the filling of KCSD vacancies

October 10, 2015 Unionized teachers, support staff and secretaries in the Keystone Central School District all face new labor contracts next year, but negotiations will not begin in earnest until after the first o... more »»


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Genealogical society to host speaker familiar with courthouse records

October 10, 2015 MILL HALL — Marie J. Vilello, Clinton County prothonotary and clerk of courts, will be the speaker at the monthly meeting of the Clinton County Genealogical Society on Tuesday at 7 p.m. more »»

Leadership Clinton County class gets underway

October 10, 2015 LOCK HAVEN — The first session for the 2015-2016 Leadership Clinton County class was held on Oct. more »»

State System’s board of governors approves eight new degrees

October 10, 2015 HARRISBURG – The Board of Governors of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education has approved eight academic degree programs in a range of new, emerging and growing fields, including... more »»

Power plant focus of open house

October 9, 2015 From staff reports RENOVO — Bechtel Development Co. more »»

Administrative, security positions changing at KC

October 9, 2015 By LAKESHIA KNARR MILL HALL — Changes in a couple key administrative and security positions are taking place in the Keystone Central School Distric. more »»

Flemington ban on burn barrels is one step closer

October 9, 2015 By WENDY STIVER FLEMINGTON — A new set of rules for outdoor burning is being proposed, and Borough Council looked over the draft on Thursday. more »»

City improves neighborhoods with federal home grants

October 9, 2015 By WENDY STIVER LOCK HAVEN — The City of Lock Haven is currently helping home owners bring their houses up to code. more »»

Beech Creek area woman is an ‘everyday hero’

October 9, 2015 By WENDY?STIVER BEECH CREEK — Sara Graham has made a habit of giving. more »»

Local social service programs likely to be impacted

October 9, 2015 By JIM RUNKLE jrunkle@lockhaven. more »»

Commissioners affirm prison, court probation positions

October 9, 2015 By JIM RUNKLE jrunkle LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County commissioners moved ahead Thursday with the creation of several positions that focus on courts and corrections. more »»

The future is now

October 9, 2015 Kevin Rauch/FOR The Express The Future Queens and Escorts contest kicked off the annual Follies, as youngsters from throughout the county took to the stage to be introduced before the year’s winners... more »»

Local briefs

October 9, 2015 MH Kiwanis announces annual fruit sale MILL HALL — The Mill Hall Kiwanis Club is holding its annual citrus fruit sale again this year. more »»

Traffic switch coming Tuesday at Route 220-Auction Road

October 9, 2015 MACKEYVILLE — There are some traffic changes coming next week as Phase Two of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Route 220-Auction Road project in Lamar Township moves closer to completion. more »»

Driver license, photo centers closed for Columbus Day

October 9, 2015 The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation said all driver license and photo centers, including its full-service center in Harrisburg, will be closed Saturday through Monday, which is the Columbu... more »»

Around the Town

October 9, 2015 Good day And happy anniversary to Jeffrey T. and Michelle D. (Gentile) Kuntz of Butler, Pa., 11 year. more »»

LH woman to hold book-signing Saturday

October 8, 2015 By YVONNE WEAVER Special to The Express LOCK HAVEN — Sharon Marconi Merrifield Crislip, who grew up in Lock Haven and lived in Clinton County for 30 years, has written a book and will hold a... more »»

Prison staff changes focus on programs for treatment

October 8, 2015 By JIM RUNKLE LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County Prison Board and new Warden John Rowley are moving forward quickly with a focus on in-prison treatment initiative. more »»



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