The Pennsylvania Department of Health and public and private partners will be offering free flu clinics throughout
The borough of Bellefonte has purchased a sought after property. According to the Centre Daily Times, the borough purchased the National Guard Armory Property on
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2013
HUNTERS DIE IN THE WOODS
CLEARFIELD COUNTY AUTHORITIES HAVE RELEASED THE NAMES OF 2 MEN WHO DIED WHILE DEER HUNTING MONDAY. 68 YEAR OLD REX FINK OF CLEARFIELD SUFFERED A HEART ATTACK WHILE DRAGGING A DEER FROM THE WOODS. HE WAS REPORTED MISSING AROUND 8:30 ON MONDAY NIGHT AND WAS FOUND BY THE LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT LATER THAT SAME EVENING. 62 YEAR OLD ANTHONY ONUFER OF MECHANICSBURG WAS FOUND DEAD UNDER A TREE STAND NEAR KARTHAUS.
THREATS ON THANKSGIVING
LOGAN TOWNSHIP POLICE SAY 29 YEAR OLD BENJAMIN MCCLOSKEY OF VIRGINIA WAS ARRAIGNED THIS WEEK ON CHARGES INCLUDING AGGRAVATED ASSAULT. HE ALLEGEDLY PULLED A KNIFE AND THREATENED TO KILL HIS FAMILY ON THANKSGIVING DAY AT HIS PARENTS’ HOUSE ON MCCLOSKEY LANE. POLICE THINK MCCLOSKEY MAY HAVE BEEN UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR ALCOHOL. FAMILY MEMBERS HELD HIM UNTIL POLICE ARRIVED. A PRELIMINARY HEARING IS SET FOR DECEMBER 19TH.
POLICE CHASE SUSPECTS IN COURT
Bellefonte Man Charged Twice with DUI
A 48-year-old Bellefonte man is facing DUI charges for two separate incidents, taking place just two hours apart. According to the Centre Daily Times, Jay LeBlanc was arrested around 11:50 pm after a police officer saw LeBlanc’s truck bump another car when parking. After being returned to his girlfriend’s home after booking, LeBlanc was arrested a second time when spotted driving unsteadily again in the borough. LeBlanc refused BAC tests at
Um...what exactly are you trying to say here, Eric? If anyone needs me, I'll be hiding under my desk....
- Hopper -
Before we left for the Thanksgiving weekend, my wife and kids set up the tree. Now we await the arrival of the Elf on the Shelf. He always makes things fun!
Have you decorated yet?
Wrestler Faces DUI
As first reported by WRSC last month, star
1. KEITH URBAN / MIRANDA LAMBERT - WE WERE US
2. CASSADEE POPE - WASTING ALL THESE TEARS
3. ERIC PASLAY - FRIDAY NIGHT
4. DARIUS RUCKER - RADIO
5. JOE NICHOLS - SUNNY AND 75
6. PARMALEE - CAROLINA
7. THE BAND PERRY - DON'T LET ME BE LONELY
8. LUKE BRYAN - THAT'S MY KIND OF NIGHT
9. THOMAS RHETT - IT GOES LIKE THIS
10. BLAKE SHELTON - MINE WOULD BE YOU
MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2013
DEER SEASON BEGINS
TODAY IS THE OPENING DAY OF PENNSYLVANIA’S GENERAL DEER SEASON AND APPROXIMATELY 750-THOUSAND HUNTERS ARE EXPECTED TO TAKE TO THE WOODS. THE SEASON RUNS THROUGH DECEMBER 14TH AND, IN MANY AREAS, PROPERLY LICENSED HUNTERS MAY TAKE EITHER ANTLERED OR ANTLERLESS DEER AT ANY TIME DURING THE SEASON. IN OTHER AREAS, HUNTERS MAY TAKE ONLY ANTLERED DEER DURING THE FIRST 5 DAYS. HUNTERS MUST WEAR A MINIMUM OF 250 SQUARE INCHES OF FLUORESCENT ORANGE. HUNTERS ARE REMINDED THAT THEY MUST TAG A DEER BEFORE MOVING IT AND THE HARVEST MUST BE REPORTED TO THE GAME COMMISSION WITHIN 10 DAYS. YOU CAN DO THAT ON THE AGENCY’S WEBSITE…BY MAIL…OR BY CALLING 1-855-P-A-HUNT-1. CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE HAS BEEN DETECTED IN PARTS OF BLAIR, CAMBRIA, AND HUNTINGDON COUNTIES AND HUNTERS MUST FOLLOW SPECIAL RULES. YOU CAN FIND MORE INFORMATION ON THE GAME COMMISSION’S WEBPAGE.
The Hunt is On
Hunters are littered across