THE SHEARER-SHICK American Legion Post Scholarship was presented to Union High School seniors Rebecca Solida, Grace Kindel and Katie Gezik during the school’s Awards Day program in May. On hand for the presentation were (from left to right): veteran Steve Weincek, Solida, Kindel, Gezik and v…
UNION HIGH SCHOOL presented its annual Outstanding Senior Awards during the annual Awards Day program in May. This year’s Outstanding Seniors are (front row, from left): Georgia Carmichael, science; Kennedy Vogle, physical education; Grace Kindel, National Choir Award; Chase Rumbarger, STEM;…
THE MATTHEW A. NULPH Memorial Scholarship was presented to Union High School seniors Grace Kindel (left) and Claire DiGiammarino (right) during the May 12 Awards Day program at the school. On hand to present the scholarships was Cheryl Nulph (center).
UNION HIGH SCHOOL seniors Holly Murray (center) and Cole Davis (right) were presented with Rimersburg Rod and Gun Club scholarships during the school’s Awards Day program in May. Club member Brian Slagle (left) presented the scholarships.
THE VFW PATRIOT PEN award winners were announced during the Union High School Awards Day program in May. VFW members (back row) Larry Murray and Charles Brothers presented the awards to (front row): Madison Drayer, Peyston Wilson, Gaige Claypoole and Paige Renwick; (middle row): Stephen Hepl…
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SHIPPENSBURG — Another Clarion-Limestone medal compliments of a Hummell happened again at last weekend’s PIAA Class 2A Track and Field Championships at Shippensburg University.
Submitted by the Southern Clarion County Little League:
SHIPPENSBURG — State champions times three.
DuBOIS — For the first time in 13 seasons, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs baseball team won a District 9 title.
Falcon Knights knocked out in semis
It seems everywhere I look, someone is building a community. Community efforts have been at the center of discussion for a good long while, and finally the idea has saturated enough minds that every town is trying it. The growth curve is launching straight up like a rocket.
My Mother’s Day column from the second week in May was more timely than I knew. A week ago, Mom passed away at Jefferson Manor in Brookville. This is a tough week, so bear with me.
What is small, black and yellow, and drops things? A fumble bee!
Harrisburg — Pennsylvania collected $3.3 billion in General Fund revenue in May, which was $46.1 million, or 1.4 percent, less than anticipated, Acting Revenue Secretary Pat Browne reported last week.
Harrisburg – The Pennsylvania State Police investigated 651 vehicle crashes resulting in four fatalities and 142 injuries during the four-day Memorial Day travel period, which ran from May 26-29.
Harrisburg – The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) recently released its preliminary employment situation report for April 2023.