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Nature’s Ways: Rainbow Trout – Pennsylvania’s Most Commonly-Stocked Trout Species
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Nature’s Ways: Rainbow Trout – Pennsylvania’s Most Commonly-Stocked Trout Species
16 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette, Mark Nale
Rainbow trout are widely stocked in Pennsylvania because of their fast growth and suitability to hatchery life. However, they are not a native fish to our waters. [Read More]
Tourism Is Alive and Well in Centre County
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Tourism Is Alive and Well in Centre County
24 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
Tourism provides substantial economic benefits for Centre County, its local communities and residents. From employment and new business opportunities in the hospitality, attractions, dining and related industries to the generation of tax revenue that helps municipalities fund public services and inf [Read More]
‘Cool’ Bellefonte Is Product of Hard Work, Vision
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‘Cool’ Bellefonte Is Product of Hard Work, Vision
24 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
The business outlook for Bellefonte this year and beyond is excellent. You can sense that just from the buzz being created and the quotes of people talking about the community. [Read More]
Happy Valley Cornhole tourney returns Happy Valley Cornhole tourney returns
25 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — The second Happy Valley Cornhole Tournament will take place on Sunday, April 5 at the American Legion’s Post 245 location at 1950 Pine Hall Road in State College, according to a press release. Proceeds will benefit the State College Sunrise Rotary Club’s [Read More]
Tussey Mountainback race seeks beneficiary applicants from community Tussey Mountainback race seeks beneficiary applicants from community
25 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
HUNTINGDON — The Tussey Mountainback 50 Mile Relay and Ultramarathon, an annual footrace held in central Pennsylvania’s Rothrock State Forest, is accepting applications from local nonprofit organizations for consideration as the event beneficiary for its 2020 event. Local [Read More]
Mokita Dialogues to explore intolerance during Feb. 27 talk Mokita Dialogues to explore intolerance during Feb. 27 talk
25 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — The Jana Marie Foundation’s 2020 Mokita Dialogues continues on Thursday, February 27 with “Exploring Intolerance.” Dr. Seria Chatters, director of equity and inclusivity for the State College Area School District, will lead the discussion. The event [Read More]
Swift Kennedy & Associates hires Deitrich Swift Kennedy & Associates hires Deitrich
25 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Katie Deitrich has been hired as a customer service representative at the State College branch of Swift Kennedy & Associates, an insurance brokerage firm specializing in group employee benefits and senior insurance plans. Her responsibilities will include assisting [Read More]
OLV Trivia Night to Raise Funds for Athletic Programs OLV Trivia Night to Raise Funds for Athletic Programs
25 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
OLV Trivia Night is Our Lady of Victory Catholic School's major fundraiser for its athletic program. The event will take place on Friday in the school’s gym, and doors open at 5:30 p.m. [Read More]
Fraternity Fallout: A University Forever Changed Fraternity Fallout: A University Forever Changed
27 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
This is the fifth part of a Penn State student-written, sixpart series that explores the fallout of the Timothy Piazza hazing death in 2017. This week, the series’ focus is on the future of Penn State University as it relates to the ups and downs of campus life following tragedy and what lies ahea [Read More]
Partnership Allows Pink Zone to Increase Impact Partnership Allows Pink Zone to Increase Impact
27 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
Over the past 13 years, Penn State women’s basketball has endorsed Pink Zone as its philanthropic leader, attempting to change the narrative around cancer. In 2018, Pink Zone announced a new partnership with the Kay Yow Cancer Fund, the national charity of choice for women’s basketball, in an ef [Read More]
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