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Evan Murach

Evan Murach is an intern at StateCollege.com and is also a sports reporter for the Daily Collegian. He is currently a Penn State senior majoring in print journalism. Evan enjoys writing about news, baseball, mixed martial arts and boxing.

Articles by Evan Murach

West Penn Power Schedules Power Outages in Ferguson Township West Penn Power Schedules Power Outages in Ferguson Township
192 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
In the state-wide electrical upgrades, over 2,700 customers are going to be affected in Port Matilda Borough, Worth, Taylor, Huston, Halfmoon and Rush Townships. Only part of Ferguson Township will be affected. [Read More]
Penn State Unveils Three-Dimensional 1893 Pennsylvania Map
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Penn State Unveils Three-Dimensional 1893 Pennsylvania Map
193 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
"It's an amazing piece of work," museum director Russ Graham said. "The colors are so beautiful and stunning that it's really sort of a piece of artwork." [Read More]
Atherton Street Bank Robbery Suspect Apprehended Atherton Street Bank Robbery Suspect Apprehended
193 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
A Connellsville man accused of robbing the Citizens Bank at 1826 N. Atherton St. on Wednesday, Aug. 5 is in police custody. Cecil Barnhart allegedly entered the bank wearing a wig, sunglasses, and a white mask, demanding money from the teller and escaping in a nearby parked car. [Read More]
Soar with the Birds at Aviation Awareness Day Soar with the Birds at Aviation Awareness Day
194 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
"They kind of have a hard to believe that their their because the airplane really is a piece of history. Usually people have the hardest time grasping the fact that they're sitting in an airplane that's more than often older than them." [Read More]
Steve Earle, the State Theatre's Most Requested Act, Heading Back to State College Steve Earle, the State Theatre's Most Requested Act, Heading Back to State College
194 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
"There's something I think that really resonates with Steve Earle and the folks in Centre County. He plays country music, but it's not sort of the slick, polished, pop country. I think he really appeals to a lot of folks who are looking for real music." [Read More]
Run with Players and Coaches in Support of State College Football Run with Players and Coaches in Support of State College Football
195 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
"They mean a lot. They do everything for us. They give us meals for after games, they get us equipment, and practice gear. They probably make the team more than the players make the team. Without them it would be possible." [Read More]
Trumpeter Swan Makes a Comeback after Being Hit by a Car Trumpeter Swan Makes a Comeback after Being Hit by a Car
195 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
"When we got all of the results back we weren't sure if she would survive. The Veterinarians who did surgery on her foot didn't what to do surgery right away because of her high lead levels and pneumonia." [Read More]
Nittany Lions Help Team USA to Two Gold Medals Nittany Lions Help Team USA to Two Gold Medals
195 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
Three former women's volleyball National Champions captured gold medals in the Pan American Games and Volleyball World Gran Prix on the same day. [Read More]
Boot Camp Gives Kids a Taste of the Military life Boot Camp Gives Kids a Taste of the Military life
196 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
"We try and do a realistic experience within the eight or nine hours that we have about what's it's like to be separated from Mommy and Daddy, your phone, your computer and your friends." [Read More]
Atherton Construction Moves to Night Shift Atherton Construction Moves to Night Shift
196 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
If you're one of the many people who've gotten stuck in the Atherton Street construction zone during rush-hour, you're going to catch a break. Daytime traffic jams should ease up, at least for now, but nighttime travel could be another matter. [Read More]
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