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P-O moves forward with one-to-one technology initiative P-O moves forward with one-to-one technology initiative
3 days ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — Time and distance no longer create barriers when students can access the world around them in an instant. This is the case for seventh- through 10th-grade students in the Philipsburg-Osceola School District who, using their newly assigned Lenovo Windows 10 laptops, can see news [Read More]
Stars of the Runway Stars of the Runway
3 days ago - Centre County Gazette
English bulldog Lenni was escorted down the runway by her owner, Barbara Frazier, during the second annual Pets Come First Doggie Fashion Show held at the Centre Hills Country Club. Lenni also sported a bridal ensemble designed by Rosie’s Clothes at the event. [Read More]
Artist’s mural creates massive Mountie pride Artist’s mural creates massive Mountie pride
5 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — Mountie pride is bigger than ever. Literally. Anyone who has visited or driven by the Philipsburg-Osceola Senior High School recently has undoubtedly noticed the painting of a mountaineer alongside the main entrance of the building. Standing 37 feet tall and roughly 18 feet [Read More]
Philipsburg-Osceola stadium project and high school construction under way Philipsburg-Osceola stadium project and high school construction under way
13 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Despite a few setbacks, the construction process at Philipsburg-Osceola's multipurpose stadium is finally underway. A delayed start with the architects caused the process of acquiring the necessary permits with Centre County and Philipsburg Borough to take nearly a year. Now, construction has beg [Read More]
Victorian tables included dishware not found on modern tables Victorian tables included dishware not found on modern tables
15 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
If you think your holiday table is too full, just think what a formal Victorian table setting would have looked like. The Victorians had a utensil or a dish for almost anything that one would find on the table. There were special servers for asparagus, fish, strawberries, cold meats, lemons and ice [Read More]
State College Native Wins International Biscuit Festival Competition State College Native Wins International Biscuit Festival Competition
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
Kimberly Asbury, a 1993 State College Area High School graduate, was crowned the 2017 Grand Champion of the International Biscuit Festival held in Knoxville, Tenn. [Read More]
Former local woman wins biscuit baking contest Former local woman wins biscuit baking contest
19 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Kimberly Asbury, a 2005 graduate of Penn College of Technology's Baking and Pastry Arts Program, was crowned the 2017 Grand Champion of the International Biscuit Festival held in Knoxville, Tenn., on May 20.   Upon winning the Specialty Biscuit Category, she went on to [Read More]
Local Antiques Cooperative Celebrates 20th Anniversary Local Antiques Cooperative Celebrates 20th Anniversary
20 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
In May 1997, four couples — all local antiques dealers — decided to open a State College antiques cooperative, where quality antiques could be shown in a gallery setting. After all, successful antiques shows had been important local community events for several years. These events, along with lo [Read More]
Local antiques cooperative celebrates 20th anniversary Local antiques cooperative celebrates 20th anniversary
21 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — In May 1997, four couples — all local antiques dealers — decided to open a State College antiques cooperative, where quality antiques could be shown in a gallery setting. After all, successful antiques shows had been important local community events for several [Read More]
Penn’s Woods Music Festival to Celebrate Anniversary Penn’s Woods Music Festival to Celebrate Anniversary
21 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
The Penn’s Woods Music Festival, a summer professional orchestral and chamber music festival, started in 1986. After a five-year hiatus from 2003 to 2008, the festival was reborn in its current format to provide something the community did not have — a professional classical music festival in th [Read More]
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