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Tom Hall, Kelly Sheldon, Michael Shea, Jean Wisniewski and Don Wisniewski were just five of the 27 musicians who performed at Cabin Fever Jam, held Jan. 28 at the Spartansburg Volunteer Fire Department. Organizer Barry Dalaba said each group performed three or more songs during the four-hour…

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The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission recently added fishing access to Twenty Mile Creek in North East Township. The additional access is located south of Route 5. This easement on Twenty Mile Creek is the PFBC's largest public fishing easement acquisition to date.

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HARRISBURG — The Game Commission is asking for the public’s help finding turkey flocks to trap for ongoing turkey projects.

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The First Assembly of God Church, 15146 Route 8N, Union City, will host its third annual Winterfest on Saturday, Feb. 4, from 2 to 6 p.m.

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Erie – A new series of on-campus and online events will offer prospective graduate students information about Penn State Behrend’s five master’s degree programs, which include courses in Erie and at the Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry Township.

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Members of the Sugar Grove Ruff Riders 4H club met last week for their regular monthly meeting. The meeting included recognizing members for their fundraising efforts. 

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UNIVERSITY PARK — Those interested in improving the health of Pennsylvania’s waterways can attend a Penn State Extension webinar to learn about Master Watershed Steward program, which educates and empowers volunteers to carry out watershed projects and education in their communities.

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Warren — Northern Pennsylvania Regional College’s Board of Trustees meets monthly to advance the mission and vision of the college. Following the January board meeting, two new board members were announced and will begin their terms in 2023. The new trustees will replace trustees whose terms…

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Union City Area Middle School recently announced its January students of the month. From left are Jacob Fink, eighth grade; Jayden Betcher, seventh grade; and Maci Heintz, sixth grade.

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Above is Niki Elchynski, left, the winner of a recent $100 cash giveaway at 3 Broke Girls Gallery. Elchynski chose to  put her winnings toward a matted and framed photo of the Clough Farm in Spring Creek. The photo was taken by photographer and gallery co-owner Jill McCoy Burr, right.

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Slippery Rock University has announced its dean's list for the fall 2022 semester. The dean's list consists of SRU undergraduate students who earned an adjusted semester grade-point average of 3.5 or higher, based on a schedule of at least 12 newly attempted and earned credits.

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Corry Area Intermediate School launched its One School, One Book campaign on Tuesday. Above are students from Paula Royo’s fifth-grade class creating pop-up penguins in relation to the chosen book, “Mr. Popper’s Penguins”. Parents and families are encouraged to read the book with students th…

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814 Outdoor Sports, 500 W. Plum St., Suite A in Edinboro, opened its doors in 2020. Owners Nate Latimer and Joe Buffalino were excited to bring their passion and knowledge for biking, skiing, snowboarding and other outdoor sports to the Edinboro area.

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Media, Pa. – The Gene Capaldi Lens on Litter Photo Contest, a program of the Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC), is an annual statewide photography contest rewarding amateur photographers who snap unusual or eye-catching images of litter across the commonwealth

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The Spartansburg Community Foundation recently donated $500 to the Spartansburg Volunteer Fire Department Ladies’ Auxiliary. Secretary Sarah Weigle (center) presented the check to Lindsay Smith, president of the auxiliary. “They are an amazing group and are always ready and happy to help our…