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Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:09:21 18:10:08 BLOOMING GROVE TWP. — Deep in the dense, boggy woods that cover Monroe and Pike counties, investigators discovered clues that suggest suspected killer Eric Matthew Frein remains close. (read more)
SHAMOKIN DAM — Paving that was scheduled to begin today on a three-mile resurfacing project on North Old Trail Road (Route 1023) in Monroe Township and Shamokin Dam will begin Tuesday instead and continue Wednesday. (read more)
Sports News
When the 360 sprint car season began at Selinsgrove Speedway, Sunbury's Mark Smith wasn't planning on running for the track championship. Smith, however, dominated the season at the Snyder County track. He won six races and built a big point lead. Smith (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:09:19 18:49:04 With 15 seniors in the fold this season, it's safe to say a good measure of success was expected at Line Mountain. The Eagles, however, have been inconsistent, at best, thus far. When Juniata outscored them 27-0 after halftime Friday night, it left them (read more)
- John J. Gillespie was elected president of the Northumberland County Cancer Society. Gillespie was from Shamokin. - Paul Swank, principal at Shamokin Area High School, addressed the Rotary Club. He said students of the '50s were concerned with a new se (read more)
Cost of living Minimum wage means everyone, not just fast food workers. Sorry your son doesn't make a decent wage. Don't you think he deserves more, especially with a degree? When I started to work, minimum wage was $1.25 an hour; that was 50 years ago. (read more)
September 23, 2014

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