Newsletter for January 12th - January 19th
Next Saturday make plans to have some Fun in the Snow at Black Mo! The Black Moshannon Winter Festival is next Saturday from noon to 4pm. There will be fires where you can warm up or roast marshmallows. Ice
skating, broom ball, ice miniature golf, snow sculpture building, sled
riding and borrowing snowshoes or cross country skis will be offered
throughout the day.(more info)
NEW DIRECTOR for STATE: "It's more than just a facility in my mind," said Harry Zimbler, the new
State Theatre executive director. "It's a community of performing
MASKED INTRUDER: A Patton Township woman confronted a masked intruder shortly after midnight Friday in her apartment near Vairo Boulevard. (read)
MEXTORF PLEA DEAL: Attorney Joseph Amendola, representing former State College
Superintendent Richard J. Mextorf, hopes to reach a "reasonable" and
"legitimate" plea agreement in Clinton County. (read)
SCASD JOB OPENING: The State College Area School District has formally begun to advertise its superintendent opening. (read)
MEMORIAL FIELD COSTS: State College Borough Council appeared happy Thursday that the school
board wants to keep and improve Memorial Field in State College. But
members also aired a few concerns. (read)
PSU BASKETBALL: The Penn State men's basketball team edged past Illinois in a dramatic
game at the Bryce Jordan Center, completing a 57-55 win over the No.
16-ranked Illini. (read)
MLK Day of Service
Penn State's University Park campus will honor the life and work of
Martin Luther King Jr. with a message urging all to "Celebrate the
Legacy, Act on the Dream," during its 26th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration. There will be many events, highlighted by keynote speaker Julian Bond, chairman of the board of directors of the NAACP on Jan. 18 in Eisenhower Auditorium. (list of events)
When was the last time (before this week) the Penn State men's basketball team beat ranked opponents back-to-back?
Last week's answer:
Acme-What product does Wile E. Coyote uses to catch the Road Runner?
Partly sunny, hot; a strong p.m. t-storm
Mostly sunny and less humid
Times of clouds and sun
Clouds and sun, a t-storm; not as warm
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