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Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:10:19 15:01:29 SHAMOKIN - A former home and dentist office slated to become the epicenter for Shamokin's art and cultural renaissance underwent a final cleaning Sunday afternoon for its grand opening. The Northumberland County Council for the Arts and Humanities (NCCAH (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A SHAMOKIN - A room considered one of the crown jewels of the new Kallaway Center for the Arts has been named for two longtime supporters of the arts in Shamokin. The former living room is now the Joseph and Sara Hall Room. With its floor-to-ceiling Frenc (read more)
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Cory Haas of Dallastown has had a miserable sprint car season in the Mike Barshinger No. 11C. Haas was able to end the season on a positive note, however, when he captured the sprint car feature portion of Fall Fest at Williams Grove Speedway Saturday ni (read more)
A turnaround in the second half led Southern Columbia to a 31-14 win over Lewisburg Friday night, and while the Tigers probably don't want to remember much of the first half, there was one bright spot. Quarterback Nick Becker showed a rushing acumen he h (read more)
Fool's gold I am calling in about the person who said about tripling the rates of the Geisinger Gold Plan and giving raises to everyone. Well, I can tell you for sure that Geisinger isn't giving raises to its employees. Ain't chicken I'm calling in to sa (read more)
- The number one topic nationally and locally was World War II, in which the U.S. had been a participant for just under a year. - Two historic battles were shaping up at this time. One was in Russia, where it appeared the German army might conquer Stali (read more)
October 20, 2014

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