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Steve Bauer

Steve Bauer was the Managing Editor of StateCollege.com. Steve and his wife Trina are longtime area residents. They reside in State College along with a wacky Golden Retriever named Izzy.

Articles by Steve Bauer

Penn State Trustees Clash Over NCAA Lawsuit Penn State Trustees Clash Over NCAA Lawsuit
254 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
Masser says he's concerned "by the single-minded focus and the steady stream of resolutions that have required inordinate amounts of trustee time spent on one issue ... "Irresponsible," Lubrano said of Masser's stand. "Irresponsible leadership once again." [Read More]
SCASD Gets New Communications Chief SCASD Gets New Communications Chief
254 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
“It has been a true honor to write about Centre County and its residents for so many years ... I’m looking forward to telling the stories of another vibrant community: the teachers and students who make the district one of the best in the state.” [Read More]
Snow, Sleet on the Horizon, Slippery Conditions Possible Tuesday Morning Snow, Sleet on the Horizon, Slippery Conditions Possible Tuesday Morning
254 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
A storm forming off the Carolinas will bring some heavy weather across the Mid-Atlantic region. Along the coast that means heavy rain but Northeastern Pennsylvania, New York and New England could see several inches of snow. [Read More]
Former Penn State Trustee Renews Attack on NCAA Former Penn State Trustee Renews Attack on NCAA
255 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
"This is the basest form of improper behavior by an organization which by its very nature should be the guardian of morality, student welfare, fair play, and best practice," says Myers. [Read More]
Clerk Raped at Rockview Prison Agrees to $3.3 Million Settlement Clerk Raped at Rockview Prison Agrees to $3.3 Million Settlement
255 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
Omar Best was reportedly allowed to have "unsupervised access to the offices of female employees" even though he had assaulted a female assistant at a different prison, and was serving time for rape. [Read More]
Wintry Mix Threatens to Turn Roads Icy Wintry Mix Threatens to Turn Roads Icy
255 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
A wintry mix is in the forecast for Tuesday. And that could spell trouble for anyone who needs to get around. "There could be enough snow and then sleet and freezing rain ... to make things pretty slippery for awhile." [Read More]
Trustees Demanding Access to Freeh Investigation Materials Trustees Demanding Access to Freeh Investigation Materials
255 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
The alumni-elected trustees state that the Freeh Report is "challenged by many as deeply flawed and substantially incomplete. ... our ability as Trustees to fully and independently evaluate the findings and conclusions of the Freeh Group rests on our access to this information." [Read More]
'Great' Pumpkin Contest to Benefit Wounded Warriors 'Great' Pumpkin Contest to Benefit Wounded Warriors
256 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
Restaurant owner Glenn Kunig says it's generating lots of excitement. "Oh, they love it," Kunig says of his diners. "When I see people out there looking at it I'll go out there and tell them 'you can sit on top of it.' I actually had a couple standing on it." [Read More]
Shopping Frenzy Expected With Black Friday Beginning on Thanksgiving Shopping Frenzy Expected With Black Friday Beginning on Thanksgiving
256 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
You won't have much time to shake off that Thanksgiving dinner before the annual Black Friday shopping frenzy begins. Black Friday will get underway on Thursday -- while you're still digesting that jumbo-sized holiday meal. [Read More]
Paterno Family Asks Judge to Lift Gag Order in NCAA Lawsuit Paterno Family Asks Judge to Lift Gag Order in NCAA Lawsuit
256 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
Their motion says, "As a result of the NCAA's actions of using the Corman suit to post selective discovery materials to sway public opinion, and the Plaintiffs being precluded from doing so ... the potential for tainting a jury pool would occur only to the detriment of the Plaintiffs." [Read More]
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