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Juniata County Man Arrested for Shooting Off Bottle Rockets

In Juniata County, a 21-year-old was cited by Pennsylvania State Police for shooting bottle rockets from a vehicle late Monday night. The incident occurred around 11:04 p.m. on Swamp Road in Walker Township. Delvin Martin of Shippensburg was cited for disorderly conduct. Meanwhile, authorities remind everyone to prioritize safety and responsibility when using fireworks, especially […]

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Easter Fight Results in Arrests

Details have just been released regarding an Easter party here in Pennsylvania that ended with harassment citations after an argument turned physical. Robyn Kratzer, Charles Master, and Brady Shiffer were cited for harassment following an incident in McClure where Kratzer allegedly slapped Master and Master and Shiffer pushed each other. The disturbance occurred around 4 […]

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Reserve Space Now in the Community Garden

In Lewistown, the Community Garden is now accepting applications for the 2024 growing season. Located at 1 Jim Tunall Drive, gardeners can rent an 8 by 4 foot plot for just $20. Membership includes access to garden tools and free summer workshops. Applications are available at the garden’s seed exchange box and the Mifflin County […]

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Knock Down Hunger Drive Underway

The Juniata County FFA Knock Down Hunger Cereal Drive is now underway, and it runs until the end of this month. Between now and April 30th, bring in a box of cereal and donate it to the food pantry. Anyone can donate! FFA vice president Summer Hancock says their goal is at least 700 boxes, […]

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Flames Destroy Home in Milroy

In Milroy, a devastating fire engulfed a home on New Lancaster Valley Road, resulting in a total loss. The fire, which began with an explosion, quickly consumed the home of James Hunter, despite rapid response from fire crews. Tragically, Hunter’s cat perished in the blaze, though no other injuries occurred. Community members rallied to support […]

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Police Investigating Stolen Trail Camera

Pennsylvania State Police at Selinsgrove say someone stole a trail camera and they are trying to find that person now. Troopers responded to the report of a theft that the victim said took place last Sunday at around 2:30pm on Tower Road. Investigators say they have learned that a white male with a gray goatee […]

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Geisinger Shred Events All This Month

Geisinger is offering free community shred events across northeastern and central Pennsylvania throughout April. From bank statements to tax forms, you can securely shred personal and professional confidential documents on-site, ensuring they’re recycled responsibly. Remember, each person is limited to three boxes. For more details, call 570-271-6030. Community shred events: Friday, April 12 – Geisinger […]

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Stolen Fuel Investigation

Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a case involving $6,717.63 in fraudulent diesel fuel charges. The charges were made on a Gluttman Energy fleet fuel card belonging to Remmey The Pallet Co. in Spring Township. The card was used at three different locations in New Jersey – Linden, Elizabeth, and Hopelawn – at 7-Eleven and Speedway […]

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Mini-thon Makes Major Impression

Mifflin County High School’s Fifth Annual Mini-THON shattered records, raising an impressive $28,523.13 in support of pediatric cancer research. The event, inspired by Penn State’s Dance Marathon, attracted community members, students, and dignitaries like the Penn State Nittany Lion mascot and Rep. Kerry Benninghoff. Mini-THON advisors Ann Quinn and Sara Sutton were reportedly thrilled by […]

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Lots of PennDot Work Underway

PennDOT has announced more maintenance activities for Juniata County starting today. Bridge inspections will occur along Route 22 between Lewistown and Mifflintown, necessitating short-term lane closures through Thursday. Additionally, crack sealing operations on Route 35 in Fayette and Monroe townships will require traffic control by flaggers during daylight hours all week. Sweeping on Route 22 […]

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