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2015/07/31 05:03
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In a plea agreement before District Judge James H. Sortman, Alan Garth Cohick, 73, of 29 Lehman Drive, COGAN Station, pleaded guilty Wednesday to a state police charge of criminal mischief in exchange...
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2015/07/31 05:03
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One was sentenced to state prison. He is: Kareem A. Smith, 35, 687 Grier St., 24 to 48 months with credit for time served for person not to possess a firearm. Nine were sentenced to county prison....
2015/07/30 06:03
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Reunion notices not received in time will be published the following week. Information may be submitted by email to life@sungazette.com, mailed to the Lifestyle Department, 252 W. Fourth St.,...
2015/07/30 06:03
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Born June 5, 1937, in Williamsport, she was a daughter of John and Edna (Cramer) Reidy. Peggy was a graduate of Williamsport Area High School. She retired from Philips ECG Inc. after 28 years of...
2015/07/29 08:12
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TROY - Maddie Bailey described the heat Tuesday at the Troy Fair in one word: "blistering." She was working at the Troy Soccer Club concession stand, where water, soda, and Gatorade was being sold to...
2015/07/29 04:03
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Today all states have their own state flag, as well as the American flag. The state flag is a symbol of each state's identity. Some people like it and others don't, but they respect it. But there are...
2015/07/28 06:03
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She was educated in Westfield, N.J. and graduated from Miami University of Ohio in 1947. She taught kindergarten in New Jersey and later in the Montoursville School District for 30 years. She lead...
2015/07/27 06:03
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The NEAC saw a conference-record total of 683 student-athletes honored from its 20 member institutions (6 associate) who represent 35 different states and 12 different countries. The new mark...
2015/07/27 06:03
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Federal The U.S. House of Representatives voted 249-179, passing that legislation that would make state or local subdivisions ineligible for certain funding if they have a policy restricting...
2015/07/26 14:53
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Had the pair not intervened, the youngster, from Stockton, would have almost certainly drowned. To honour their bravery, the pair have been awarded Royal Humane Society testimonials personally...
2015/07/26 06:03
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They are the participants of 4-H, young people who join together year round and participate in the clubs with the goal of developing citizenship, leadership, responsibility and life skills through...
2015/07/25 06:03
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Its executive board sent out letters to 12 area churches, including Anthony Baptist, Mt. Zion Methodist and Linden Presbyterian, asking for help in the endeavor. The association received overwhelming...
2015/07/25 06:03
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... James Anthony Esposito III, 24, of 1366 Northway Road, Linden; Old Lycoming Township police; simple assault and harassment for allegedly pointing a pellet gun at Tara Fillman in the 2300 block of...
2015/07/25 06:03
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U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Scranton, doesn't think so. He is seeking to remove a provision from appropriations bills moving through the House and Senate that would permit trucks with larger double...
2015/07/24 18:55
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A WEEK after claiming the state cross-country title, Natasha Favotto was yesterday showcasing her talents on the track. A WEEK after claiming the state cross-country title, Natasha Favotto was...
2015/07/24 05:03
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Rocky Allan Lane, 47, of 2677 Sortman Ave., DuBoistown; state police on Route 220 in Wolf Township on June 11. Thomas Edward Dykdtra, 40, of 804 Diamond St.; Old Lycoming Township police on Beautys...
2015/07/23 06:03
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Born Nov. 30, 1944, in Zanesville, Ohio, he was the son of Charles B. Carnes Sr. and Naomi (Libby) Carnes. For most of his working life he was a truck driver. He was a veteran of the Vietnam...
2015/07/22 05:03
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At the Lycoming County Fair on Tuesday, children were under the hot mid-summer sun enjoying the kind of play that may well have brought back youthful memories of earlier generations. Footraces, can...
2015/07/21 05:03
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He was born in Williamsport, on January 11, 1951. He was the son of Pauline M. and Harold L. McLaughlin. "Harry" as he was known to his friends, was an avid sports enthusiast. He grew up in Ralston...
2015/07/20 05:03
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More than 900 students petitioned to graduate at the conclusion of the spring semester, and three commencement ceremonies at the Community Arts Center. Penn College is a special mission affiliate of...
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