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  • Song Removed From Spring Cove MS Choir Concert

    CATI KEITH, Staff Writer|May 16, 2024

    “Lift Every Voice and Sing” is a hymn with lyrics by James Weldon Johnson (1871–1938) and set to music by his brother, J. Rosamond Johnson (1873–1954). This song was written from the context of African Americans in the late 19th century. The hymn is a prayer of thanksgiving to God as well as a prayer for faithfulness and freedom, with imagery that evokes the biblical Exodus from slavery to the freedom of the “promised land.” The well-known hymn is featured in many hymnals around the world and in many denominations. This comes from a Facebook...

  • Choir to Perform at M-burg Church

    Danny Horton|May 16, 2024

    The Martinsburg Grace Brethren Church will present a concert by the Imani Milele Choir from Uganda, Africa, at 7 p.m. on Sunday, May 26. The concert is free. The Imani Milele Choir tours the U.S. each year, raising awareness of the plight of orphaned and vulnerable children. Their concerts are uplifting and inspirational, sharing stories of the joy that they have received through God’s love. The concert also will feature songs that are an exciting blend of original compositions, praise and w...

  • American Legion to Hold Memorial Services

    Cati Keith, Staff Writer|May 16, 2024

    The Claysburg American Legion will conduct Memorial Services at the following cemeteries on Sunday, May 26: 1:15 Sproul 1:35 King 2:05 Imler 2:25 Greenfield 2:50 Lower Klahr 3:10 Upper Klahr 3:45 Mt. Hope This will be their 90th Annual Memorial Day Program. Sunday’s program will include music provided by Claysburg American Legion Band under the direction of Dan Crist and Claysburg Community Chorus under the direction of Heidi Kennedy, invocations by Claysburg Legion Chaplain Ray Glass and r...

  • Approved C-K Budget Could Raise Taxes to 7.7% Act 1 Index

    Thomas Schmitt, Correspondent|May 16, 2024

    The Claysburg-Kimmel School Board of Directors approved a preliminary 2024/25 budget which will raise taxes to the Act 1 limit of 7.7% and would cost the average homeowner $1.52 a week , $80 a year more per household, and generate $321,740. The millage rate in Greenfield and Kimmel townships would be increased to 9.76 and 11.71 mills. The budget shows $14,651,863 in expected expenditures and $14,306,667 in revenue with a deficit of $345,196. The board does not know what they will receive in state funding at this point, so they took the budget...

  • Horse Club Releases Dates for Shows and Chicken BBQ

    Jenn Monroe|May 16, 2024

    Huntingdon Horsemen has been serving local equestrians since the early 1950s. Annually the club hosts four monthly shows. These shows have a variety of classes ranging from English flat classes, jumping classes, Western Pleasure, Ranch, Halter, Clover Leaf Barrel Race, 50 Yard Dash, and Keyhole. The dates for the 2024 horse show and chicken barbecue will be May 26, June 30, July 28, and August 25. Each show starts at 8 a.m. sharp. These shows and chicken BBQ are open to the public. There is...

  • Woodbury Borough Meets

    JUDITH OTT, Correspondent|May 16, 2024

    Woodbury Borough Council members held their regular monthly meeting on May 6 at 7 p.m. Claudia Keith and Mayor Jordan Pabon were absent. Minutes and the treasurer’s report written by Barb Wilt were approved. The total balance in the state aid fund is $6,799.74, the balance in the general fund is $121,886.66, the CD balance is $15,122.05, and the total balance in the Hometown Bank is $143,788.45. The total balance in both bank accounts is $213,405.39. Total funds in liquid fuels reimbursement are $7,138.55. No reports were given on Woodbury C...

  • Sophomores from Cove High Schools Graduate from Program

    Cati Keith, Staff Writer|May 16, 2024

    Students from Cove high schools were among the 24 graduates to complete the Leadership Blair County Youth Program of the Blair County Chamber of Commerce. Students who participated from Cove schools include Evan Brumbaugh, Norah Bechtel, Katherine Dunn, and Willow Miller of Central High School, and Mariah Good and Macy Norris of Williamsburg High School. Chamber CEO, Joe Hurd said this year’s sophomore class was different. “This year’s class I think must have been fairly special, not only the c...

  • Issues with Motorized Scooters and Bicycles Addressed

    Chief Kerry L. Hoover|May 16, 2024

    The Martinsburg Police Department has been receiving many questions (and complaints) concerning motorized scooters (motor scooters) and bicycles with electric assist recently and would like to issue the following information for everyone’s safety. Gasoline and electric motor scooters have become hot items among children and teenagers. A motorized scooter is a 2-wheeled vehicle powered by an engine or an electric motor and does not have a seat or saddle for the driver. According to the PA Motor Vehicle Code, motor scooters are found under the d...

  • Central PA Council of Republican Women Meeting

    May 16, 2024

    The Central Pennsylvania Council of Republican Women will host Blair County Social Services Director, Trisha Maceno as their Guest Speaker on Wednesday, May 22, at the Altoona Grand Hotel Ballroom at 6:00 p.m. The topic to be discussed is the Importance of Mental Health Care and the Impact it has on our Families and Communities. There will be a Question and Answer opportunity at the end of the presentation. This is a free event. Food and drinks may be purchased before, during and after this event. Please register for the event by contracting...

  • Greenfield Township Accepts Bid to Pave Several Roads

    Michael Sell, Correspondent|May 16, 2024

    The Greenfield Township Board of Supervisors accepted a bid to pave several roads in the township at their May 7 meeting. The roads to be paved include Left Hand Gap Road, Railroad Street, Wees Road, and Athletic Field Drive. The board received two bids for paving. Grannas Bros. submitted a bid of $127,870 and New Enterprise Stone & Lime submitted a bid of $129,774. The board accepted the lower bid. The township’s highway department will patch and grade the roads before they are paved. Supervisors approved the naming of three roads adjacent t...

  • 2024 Cove Graduates to Be Honored in Coming Weeks

    May 16, 2024

    NBC Class of 2024 to Graduate on May 30 Northern Bedford County Senior High School’s Baccalaureate will be held on Tuesday, May 28, 2024, 7 p.m. at the Northern Bedford County High School Auditorium. The NBC class of 2024 has 64 students graduating this year. The date of the Commencement is on Thursday, May 30, 2024 at 7 p.m., at Northern Bedford County High School – Panther Community Stadium (weather permitting) Class Officers are Reaghan Grimes - President, Dani Imler - Vice President, Aid...

  • A Martinsburg Boy's Memories and Stories from the 1950s

    John Bush|May 16, 2024

    John Bush was raised in Martinsburg and graduated from Central High in 1961. He spent most of his adult life in the Pacific Northwest. He has many memories as a boy in the 1950s that give some insight to the people and culture of Martinsburg in the 1950s. John likes to tell stories and over the years he has repeated the stories of his youth many times. His belief is that those years in Martinsburg influenced him all of his life. Some of the stories are historical in nature, some are colorful, and some are personal. He wishes that you enjoy...

  • Descendants of the Civil War Meeting Planned

    May 16, 2024

    Descendants of the Civil War Veterans will be holding their meeting on the Wednesday, May 22 at Bellwood Public Library. The meeting will start at 7 p.m. and the speaker will be Kevin Mearkle....

  • Keepin' It Secondary: High School Teacher Highlight

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|May 16, 2024

    Jana Mock Jana Mock may be the teacher who was born the furthest from Williamsburg – born in Chicago. However, Mock and her family moved to Williamsburg when she was in the 5th grade. Mock graduated from Williamsburg in 1985 and then graduated from Lock Haven University in 1989 with a Bachelor’s in Health and Physical Education. When she is not teaching, Mock can be found with her family, attending Penn State football games with her sister, attending craft shows, reading or walking. She and hus...

  • Lack of Mowing Frustrates Borough

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|May 16, 2024

    “It’s just frustrating,” Williamsburg Mayor Ted Hyle said during discussions at Monday evening’s Williamsburg Borough Council meeting. Hyle expressed frustration upon some residents with lack of caring for lawns and cutting grass. Hyle said that it seems to be repeat offenders, or people who own properties in the Borough but don’t live there all the time. Borough Manager Joe Lansberry said the Borough received a copy of Martinsburg’s grass and lawn ordinance, and thought it may be “easier to enforce,” as the current Borough one, has “no te...

  • Catharine Discusses New Truck

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|May 16, 2024

    A few months ago, Catharine Township purchased a 2012 International truck with the knowledge that the truck needed a total engine repair; during Thursday evening’s meeting, it was announced that repairs were going to cost more than originally estimated. The township purchased the truck for $6100, and now, the estimate for the engine and labor would be roughly $17,000 with Catharine already putting $10,000 into it for repairs. Supervisors discussed whether it would be worth it to continue, and after reading some values of how much the truck i...

  • Ward has Work Featured in the Term III Senior Art and Selected Student Works Show

    May 16, 2024

    Anna Ward of Williamsburg, PA had artwork selected for the Term III Senior Art and Selected Student Works Show. The full exhibit was on display in the George Waters Art Gallery between May 2-9 and the senior art pieces will remain through May 19. The exhibit includes a section for senior Art students to share their work as well as exceptional paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics, and sculptures from students in all class years....

  • Anna Ward Named to Dean's List

    May 16, 2024

    Anna Ward of Williamsburg was named to the Elmira College Dean’s List for the winter 2024 term. Full-time undergraduate students registered for at least 12 computable credit hours and earning a term grade point average of 3.6 or higher at the end of Term I or Term II are placed on the Dean’s List at the college....

  • Cove Residents Remember Running Boston Marathon

    CATI KEITH, Staff Wrtier|May 9, 2024

    This year, Christine Thompson, 99, and Dr. Ramon Burket of Roaring Spring celebrated their 45th anniversary of running in the Boston Marathon together in 1979. At the time of the race, they were 53 and 43. Burket said when Thompson set the record for 53-year-old women in the Johnstown Marathon and it was published in Runner’s World Magazine, they called her Chris, which made people think she was a man. Thompson recalled when the American Medical Jogger Journal came to the office, a call was m...

  • Author Brings Cove's Iron Furnaces to Life in Library Talk

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|May 9, 2024

    A few months ago, the Williamsburg Public Library announced each Thursday of May, it would highlight local authors and bring authors in to discuss their books. This past Thursday was the first week of the author series, and Bryon Smail of the Cove came in to discuss his book “The Iron Furnaces of the Cove” detailing the Iron furnaces of the Cove. Smail said he has always enjoyed history and credits his father Ron, who was in attendance, for that love. “My dad always took us to state parks...

  • SCPR to install Crowsnest Internet System for Wi-Fi

    Judtih Ott, Correspondent|May 9, 2024

    Southern Cove Power Reunion members met on Thursday, May 2 at the club house. John Hileman conducted the meeting for President Fred Mellott. Melanie Clapper, club secretary presented the minutes. Kristen Dickens, assistant treasurer, gave the treasurers report. Both reports were approved as read. The date of the club’s tractor ride was changed to June 15. The ride will start at Darin Helsel’s place. The ride will be 15 miles long and lunch will be at OIP Woodbury. There will be a porta potty set up along the way. Those who would like to par...

  • South Woodbury Twp. Building Landscaping Gets Facelift

    JUDITH OTT, Southern Cove Correspondent|May 9, 2024

    On Thursday, May 2, Bethany Kensinger, horticultural and agriculture teacher and FFA advisor took students from the Northern Bedford Vo Tech to do some grounds work for South Woodbury Township. The students were busy weeding and putting new mulch around the shrubbery in front of the memorial statue. Some of the students, according to Kensinger, will obtain jobs in this area. Other students take this class for fun to be educated in horticulture. Some will go on to college and incorporate this...

  • Juls Bratton Joins Homewood as Sales and Marketing Director

    CATI KEITH, Staff Writer|May 9, 2024

    Juls Bratton recently joined the team at Homewood at Martinsburg as their new sales and marketing director. “My job here is about promoting Homewood – and making sure people know what it has to offer in regards to independent living, apartments, cottages and all that goes into that,” she said. Bratton has been in sales and marketing for more than 30 years and is already close to the new office. The commute from her hometown of New Enterprise is much shorter than the traveling she had to do at...

  • Library Book Sale Set

    May 9, 2024

    The Friends of the Martinsburg Community Library will be holding a used book sale outside in the cattle barn at the Morrisons Cove Memorial Park in Martinsburg. Donations of books, DVDs, and puzzles will be accepted from noon to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 21, and Wednesday, May 22, at the cattle barn. The library cannot accept VCR tapes, books in poor condition, textbooks, or Readers’ Digest condensed books. The sale days and hours will be as follows: Thursday, May 23, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, May 24, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 25, 10 a.m. t...

  • NBC April Students of the Month

    May 9, 2024

    The April Students of the Month for NBC Middle School are as follows: Eighth Grade – Avery Smith, daughter of Travis and Elizabeth Smith; Ezekiel Dibert, son of Michael and Heather Dibert Seventh Grade – Elizabeth Dilling, daughter of Deron and Bonnie Dilling; Lake Troutman, son of Dana and Kandy Troutman Sixth Grade – Madison Morningstar, daughter of Mark and Melissa Morningstar; Carson Ritchey, son of Chad and Ashley Ritchey Shown in the photo are (from left): Carson Ritchey, Madison Morni...

  • Nason Awarded 'A' Hospital Safety Grade from Group

    May 9, 2024

    Conemaugh Nason Medical Center received an “A” Hospital Safety Grade from The Leapfrog Group. This national distinction celebrates Nason’s achievements in protecting hospital patients from preventable harm and errors. “We are very pleased with this external validation of the high-quality, safe care we provide to our community,” Tim Harclerode, CEO, said. “I would like to extend my personal gratitude to every member of our team from our nurses, clinical and ancillary staff to our physicians, board members, and volunteers for their ongoing commit...

  • The Cove Calendar

    May 9, 2024

    Friday, May 10 CHS Class of 1964, at noon, at Marzoni’s Duncansville. Saturday, May 11 Trinity United Methodist Church in Roaring Spring monthly Manna on Main Street on from 5:00 PM-6:00 PM. This meal is free to the community and all are welcome. Little Rock Natural Remedies - Tea for the Summer at 10 a.m.at 16821 Dunnings Highway, Duncansville. The Bedford County Historical Society Spring Tea at 2:00 pm at the Hall at Kinton’s Knob (BCHS 2 nd floor), 6441 Lincoln Hwy, Bedford. Reservations are required. $ Sunday, May 12 Mother’s Day Brunc...

  • Walking on Water

    Linda Sollenberger|May 9, 2024

    Ahh, it is finally getting to be the time of year when I can take a daily walk. The weather this spring seemed to only want to tease many days. My walks were sporadic for a while. Now it is easier to plan to get out more frequently. Do you ever think when you are reading your Bible that you are reading a list of unforgettable walks? The first walk we read about is taken by God. We are told that He used to take a walk in the cool of the day. But in many of the walks that we read about there is an invitation for us to walk with God. There was...

  • Rotary Recognizes WHS Students

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|May 9, 2024

    The Morrison’s Cove Rotary Club has announced their Williamsburg High School seniors recognized for March, April and May. March – Claire Carper Claire Carper is the daughter of Dran and Michelle Carper, of Williamsburg. Some of her school accomplishments include being a member of the National Honor Society. In school, she is very active in Varsity Lady Pirate Basketball, Aevidum, Yearbook, Careers in Health, Fellowship, Student Council, and the Math League. In the community, she spends her free...

  • Woodbury Welcomes Harclerode Back

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|May 9, 2024

    For the last several months, Woodbury Township had been without three men sitting at the helm as Supervisors. This followed the resignation of Craig Hamilton at the beginning of the year, and then Ed Clark’s resignation as he moved to becoming the new Roadmaster. After letters of interest, Chairman Joe Lansberry made a motion to appoint Paul Harclerode as the new Supervisor with Rich Eastep seconding, motion passed. Harclerode had previously served as Supervisor a few years ago, and that’s one of the reasons Lansberry said he took front and...

  • Teachers at Williamsburg High School Highlighted

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|May 9, 2024

    We are continuing our series this month highlighting the high school teachers at Williamsburg High School. This week, we are featuring Natalie Houtz and Angela Detwiler. Natalie Houtz Natalie Houtz is a graduate of Williamsburg High School and then went on to receive a degree from Slippery Rock University. She currently resides in Hollidaysburg with her husband, Toby and her daughter Ivey. In her spare time, she plays basketball for A.B.E. with “an amazing group of women.” Houtz said she wan...

  • Blair Co. Dairy Princess Pageant Set for May 25

    May 9, 2024

    The 2024 Blair County Dairy Princess Pageant will be held Saturday, May 25, at the CMA Church in Williamsburg. A chicken barbeque dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. with the pageant following at 7:15 p.m. There is a per-person fee. Children age 5 and under are free. Reservations may be made by contacting Twila Bigelow at (814) 832-2993 by May 15. The evening will include recognizing the 2023-24 Blair County Dairy Princess Ellie Dilling and 2023-24 Alternates Anna Longenecker and Danielle Heltzel as well as the introduction of the 2024-25 Dairy...

  • Cove Youth Baseball Fields Get Upgrades for New Season

    CATI KEITH, Staff Writer|May 2, 2024

    Spring Cove Youth Baseball League had its opening night on Friday, April 26, at the Roaring Spring Little League Field, which also included a special ceremony. The event was done to celebrate the installation of the new LED lights on the field on 613 Locust Street, Roaring Spring. Justin Hoover started the ceremony by introducing the donors onto the field who donated to the league, which allowed it to replace the halogen lights at each field with more modern, up-to-date LED lights. He said the...

  • Lt. James Wagner Honored for Helping Fellow PSP Officers

    CATI KEITH, Staff Writer|May 2, 2024

    State Police Lt. James A. Wagner was honored on Wednesday, April 24, for heroically helping his fellow officers on June 17, 2023, which resulted in him being critically wounded while responding to an incident in Mifflintown. Wagner was the Troop G Bedford station commander when he responded to a shooting outside the Lewistown state police station. There, Brandon Stine, 38, of Thompsontown, showed up about 11 a.m. armed with a long rifle and fired shots at patrol vehicles in the parking lot. He...

  • 2023 Primary Election Results Summary for Blair and Bedford Counties

    May 2, 2024

    The following is a summary of the results of the Primary Election on April 23. Only local results are included here and only for candidates of interest to Morrisons Cove. For full results, go to https://www.blairco.org/departments/elections-voter-registration/election-results/2024-primary for Blair County results and https://www.bedfordcountypa.org/departments/elections/election_results.php for Bedford County results. Note that each county presents the election results in its own way, so the summaries are not identical. The candidates from...

  • State Rep. Jim Gregory Loses Primary Challenge

    CHRISTEN SMITH, The Center Square|May 2, 2024

    State Rep. Jim Gregory, R-80th District, known for his advocacy against childhood sexual abuse, lost his primary reelection bid on Tuesday, April 23. Unofficial election returns showed Gregory trailing challenger Scott Barger 55 percent to 45 percent. As the winner of the primary, Barger would run unopposed in the November General Election. Barger, general manager and talk radio host for WRTA in Blair County, bills himself as a voice for taxpayers who will uphold constitutional principles and reject the “culture of dealmaking” that he says har...

  • Ready to vote

    May 2, 2024

    John Shoemaker, 97, of New Enterprise, made it to the polls in South Woodbury Township to vote on Tuesday April 23, accompanied by his daughter, Joyce Shoemaker, also of New Enterprise....

  • G. Society History Talk is May 16

    May 2, 2024

    The Blair County Genealogical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 16, at the Roller Hojeth Memorial Library, 431 Scotch Valley Rd. Hollidaysburg. The May meeting will be “Fuel, Food and the Military Metabolism of the Continental Army at Valley Forge” by Dr. David Hsiung, professor of history at Juniata College. Hsiung has taught at Juniata College since 1991. He has taught a variety of courses, broad surveys of U. S. history, and more specialized courses on the American Revolution....

  • CHS Spanish Students Enjoy French Dinner Cruise In Pittsburgh

    LOUISE WILSON, Central High School|May 2, 2024

    On April 24, Spanish teachers Kevin Buynack and Louise Wilson of Central High School (CHS) took students to a French dinner cruise on the Gateway Clipper fleet in Pittsburgh. While there, they met accidentally with teachers and students from other local schools, like Altoona and Tussey Mountain, who had also brought students for the French cruise. Though only Spanish is offered at CHS, students in the World/Foreign Language Club wanted to expand their linguistic and cultural horizons....

  • Noise: An Overlooked Health Threat

    MORGAN KENNEDY|May 2, 2024

    To hear normally without assistive technology, sound must travel unimpeded through the outer, middle, and inner ear. Excessive noise exposure permanently damages hair cells in the cochlea, an important inner ear structure, and causes hearing loss. Depending on the hearing loss severity, hearing aids or cochlear implants may be necessary to effectively communicate with others. Additionally, a link exists between untreated hearing loss and cognitive impairment. Who needs to be concerned about this? Everyone. Contrary to popular belief, hearing...

  • Blair Co. Sheriff Warns of Jury Duty, Warrant-Related Scams

    JAMES E. OTT, Blair County Sheriff|May 2, 2024

    The Blair County Sheriff’s Office has received multiple reports of residents receiving phone calls from a male caller identifying himself as a deputy of the Blair County Sheriff’s Office. The caller claims that a “missed jury duty, missed witness, or threatens a criminal charge of forgery” on top of the original alleged charge. The actor provides instructions on how to handle the warrant, by paying a dollar amount that could resolve the outstanding warrant. The actor also gives a case number and the victim’s personal information (making i...

  • She's Safe!

    May 2, 2024

    Williamsburg's Abby Herron safely slides into third base during action with Southern Huntingdon in a home game Friday, April 26....

  • Auto Zone Coming Soon

    May 2, 2024

    A resident of Roaring Spring by who goes by L.S.H sent in a photo from Sunday, April 28, which shows a new Auto Zone sign that has gone up on the left side of the Giant Eagle Plaza....

  • Giant Eagle Updates Sign

    May 2, 2024

    The Giant Eagle in Roaring Spring recently installed a new logo sign on the front of the store....

  • Bedford Co. Historical Society Presents Book Signing May 11 A Book Signing With Kevin Mearkle

    May 2, 2024

    The Bedford County Historical Society is hosting Kevin Mearkle on Saturday, May 11, at 2 p.m. for a book signing for “The Underground Railroad in Bedford County, Pennsylvania.” Mearkle is the author of two previous books, “Battlefield Tour of Antietam” and “Gettysburg and Civil War soldiers of Bedford County, Pennsylvania.” The society invites all to come out for his latest offering, The book signing and presentation will be held the Society, 6441 Lincoln Hwy, Bedford. For more information, call the Society at (814) 623-2011....

  • Extension Offers Help

    May 2, 2024

    For those with limited or no internet access, Penn State Extension poultry and dairy educators are offering an alternative educational method — timely production-related information via telephone. By calling (888) 665-2407, producers and hobbyists can listen to five-minute messages with tips on dairy or poultry production, the latest industry issues, and upcoming extension events. Extension educators cover various topics, such as food safety, feed management, health and disease. The phone line also will include new and emerging a...

  • NBC April Character Kids

    May 2, 2024

    Northern Bedford County School District recently announced its April Character Kids. Shown are (front row, from left): Cooper Carbaugh, Weston Ritchey and Callie Finnegan; (back row, from left): Phillip Wentz, Levi Delozier, Daniel Wiest and Bram Cessna....

  • A Martinsburg Boy's Memories and Stories from the 1950s

    John Bush|May 2, 2024

    John Bush was raised in Martinsburg and graduated from Central High in 1961. He spent most of his adult life in the Pacific Northwest. He has many memories as a boy in the 1950s that give some insight to the people and culture of Martinsburg in the 1950s. John likes to tell stories and over the years he has repeated the stories of his youth many times. His belief is that those years in Martinsburg influenced him all of his life. Some of the stories are historical in nature, some are colorful, and some are personal. He wishes that you enjoy...

  • WISE Women Honor Two with Cove Connections

    May 2, 2024

    Juls Bratton, sales and marketing director at Homewood at Martinsburg, was one of the honerees during the WISE Women of Blair County ceremony Wednesday, April 17, at The Casino at Lakemont Park. Bratton was honored as a Community Service Volunteer as the founder and president of Girls Night Out Altoona, Inc. Michelle A. McIntyre, director of the Roaring Spring Community Library, was honored in the Non-Profit/Government category. The WISE Women of Blair County Tribute recognizes and honors Blair...

  • Civic Club Learns from Lower

    Natalie Gorsuch, Correspondent|May 2, 2024

    The Women’s Civic Club of Williamsburg got a sweet treat last Tuesday evening, April 23 when Lower Trail Creamery co-owner Leslie Lower came to talk with the group regarding her own business, Leslie Ann Travel. She began her story about her family’s move from Shippenburg to Williamsburg in the eighth grade in 1987, and then as fate would have it would meet her high school sweetheart, Reggie in 1988. Instead of a career right after graduation, Lower opted for motherhood having two children. She d...

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