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In the blink of an eye

August 18, 2012 MCCLURE — The day Natasha Aitkin’s son was born, she believed he would be a pastor. Leland James Aitkins, the second son born to Natasha and Shawn Aitkins, of McClure, arrived on Sept. 1, 2009. more »»

Back to school

August 18, 2012 LEWISTOWN — First Lady Michelle Obama might have public school nutrition programs whipped into shape, but who is taking care of those packed lunches and weeknight dinners? With the busy schedule... more »»

One Homeless Night

August 11, 2012 LEWISTOWN — As the sun sinks on the horizon and darkness falls over downtown Lewistown, most area residents settle into the comfort of their homes. more »»

Two by two

August 4, 2012 more »»

‘Strange in Skin’ first book in planned trilogy

August 4, 2012 MIFFLINTOWN — Ever since she was a child, Sara Zook knew she wanted to be a writer. “It’s something I enjoyed as a child and something I have always wanted to do,” Zook said. more »»

Making angels

July 28, 2012 more »»

Island Grove Campground celebrates 116 years

July 28, 2012 MEXICO — It’s that time of year once again. At the beginning of August, people think: One more month until the kids are back in school, “dog days” of summer and Island Grove Camp Meetings in Mexico. more »»

Seeing Eye celebrates 70 years

July 28, 2012 PORT ROYAL — The Juniata County 4-H Seeing Eye Puppy Club recently journeyed to Morristown, N.J., to join hundreds of other club members in celebrating 70 years of puppy raising. more »»

Registration open for reunion band

July 28, 2012 From staff reports LEWISTOWN — Past and present musicians and band front members planningt to participate in the All-County Band Reunion scheduled for Sept. more »»


July 21, 2012 UNIVERSITY PARK — Back in April, the same weekend as Penn State’s Blue-White football game, there was a meeting in the college’s school of agricultur. more »»

Extension relies on state budget

July 21, 2012 UNIVERSITY PARK — Because Penn State Extension relies on the state budget — and on county commissioners for another significant chunk of funding — the organization has to remind state legislators an... more »»

Local Explorer Girls prepare for week at camp

July 14, 2012 LEWISTOWN — Several local girls from St. more »»

Coming together

July 7, 2012 MOUNT UNION — Every year, the fields of the Agape Farm Retreat Center near Mount Union are transformed into the site of the largest Christian music festival on the east coast. more »»

Back in the saddle again

July 7, 2012 McVEYTOWN — She has been riding horses for nearly half her life and this summer she will compete in the 64th Annual National High School Finals Rodeo in Rock Springs, Wyo. more »»

Ministry brings hope overseas

June 30, 2012 LIVERPOOL — The backdrop of a pastoral student’s experience in Central Asia is set in villages where the name of Jesus is not uttered, girls are bought by wealthy men as young as seven years old to... more »»

Dutch Days name quilt to be sold at festival

June 30, 2012 RICHFIELD — The theme of the 2011 Dutch Days Quilt is “Richfield Sportsman’s Club Organized 1953. more »»

A chance for Evelia

June 23, 2012 MOUNT UNION — Every year teenagers stand elbow to elbow on the grounds of the Agape Farm near Mount Union in awe of all that is Creation — as in Creation Festival. more »»

Ultimate call

June 15, 2012 BURNHAM — It’s time to celebrate, Adventures in Odyssey fans. For the radio drama’s 25th birthday, producers decided to give their listeners a present — the chance to be in a show. more »»

Summer camps offer plenty of options for local children

June 15, 2012 LEWISTOWN — The old excuse that “there isn’t anything to do around here” won’t work this summer. more »»



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