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Henrie competes in 2018 Junior World Championships Henrie competes in 2018 Junior World Championships
1 day ago - Centre County Gazette
IVREA, Italy — For the second straight year, Alden Henrie, of Snow Shoe, participated in the World Junior Slalom Championships held in Ivrea, Italy, placing 35th. His score of 104.9 seconds included only a single gate touch on the 20-gate course. It was an improvement over his [Read More]
Back to School: How to Make the Transition as Stress-Free as Possible Back to School: How to Make the Transition as Stress-Free as Possible
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
Going back to school can be a very stressful time of year for both parents and children. Starting a new school year can makes kids worried, uneasy and tense, especially if there will be changes from the previous year, such as a new school, new teachers or new peers. The best way to manage and deal w [Read More]
State College Area School District prepares for big changes State College Area School District prepares for big changes
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
By BOB O’DONNELL Special to the Gazette Every summer, we approach a fresh school year with great anticipation, but because of a historic change this fall, we’re more eager than usual. Starting with the first day on Monday, Aug. 27, our district will operate with new school times. [Read More]
Back to school: How to make the transition as stress-free as possible Back to school: How to make the transition as stress-free as possible
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
Going back to school can be a very stressful time of year for both parents and children. Starting a new school year can makes kids worried, uneasy and tense, especially if there will be changes from the previous year, such as a new school, new teachers or new peers. It is very normal to experience [Read More]
Board Gaming Is Alive and Well at Schlow Library Board Gaming Is Alive and Well at Schlow Library
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
There’s more to gaming than Nintendos and Xboxes. A visit to Schlow Centre Region Library on a Saturday afternoon can show that games played on boards with pieces and opponents sitting across from you are alive and well. [Read More]
Board gaming is still alive at Schlow library Board gaming is still alive at Schlow library
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — There’s more to gaming than Nintendos and Xboxes. A visit to Schlow Centre Region Library on a Saturday afternoon can show that games played on boards with pieces and opponents sitting across from you are alive and well. Each Saturday, from 2 to 4 p.m., Schlow hosts Go [Read More]
7th annual Organic FarmFest celebrates family farms 7th annual Organic FarmFest celebrates family farms
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
CENTRE HALL — Phenomenal growth in organic farming over the past few years has launched Pennsylvania into the No. 2 ranking in organic sales, second only to California. Pennsylvania Certified Organic will celebrate this achievement by presenting the seventh annual PA Organic FarmFest [Read More]
Businesses must comply with health insurance rules or face fines Businesses must comply with health insurance rules or face fines
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
By JERRY CALISTRI Special to the Gazette Most business owners are worried about the rising cost of health insurance, but many are unaware of another looming financial burden — namely, the large fines they would need to pay if they have not complied with complex health insurance [Read More]
Passing money to heirs involves many options Passing money to heirs involves many options
5 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Many people spend time worrying about what will happen to their money when they pass on and the money moves to their heirs: Should I put it be in a trust, go through probate in the estate or something else? Should all my children be names as beneficiaries on retirement accounts? Should I give the [Read More]
Consider physical therapy before being sidelined by sports injury Consider physical therapy before being sidelined by sports injury
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Both professional and amateur athletes often end up in physical therapy after an injury. Recently, the trend has been toward proactive PT. A physical therapist can help correct imbalances to prevent injury and improve athletic performance. For example, back pain is a common complaint among golfers, [Read More]
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