- Valley wins 18 medals at state track
Cicadas: They’re crunchy
Seventeen years after a major swarm of bug-eyed cicadas staged one of nature’s weirdest — and loudest — mating rituals, their offspring are preparing to rise in Washington’s suburbs and the Mid-Atlantic.Continued ...
Cicadas: They can’t hurt you
Have you heard the buzz? There’s a lot of buzz, or talk, about a certain insect that shows up once in a long while but in such big numbers that it’s impossible to ignore. But there’s also a sound, a buzzing or whirring that might remind you of a grass trimmer.Continued ...
Eight fun facts about cicadas
Dan Babbitt of the National Museum of Natural History’s Insect Zoo came up with cool things about the bugs that some people — maybe your parents — think are just a bother:Continued ...
- Life’s too short to worry. Just ask the cicadas.
- A 17-year romance with no tomorrow
- Bug-phobic dreads looming cicada brood
- Expert: Files gone, porn stays on laptop
H.S. softball: Southern Columbia beats Lourdes with walk-off single in extra innings
Having played summer ball with her last year, Southern Columbia pitcher Mallory Tomaschik was fully aware just how talented of an all-around player Lourdes Regional's CharLee Rosini is.Continued ...
H.S. softball: Parker fans 15 in Warrior Run's quarterfinal win
Garth Watson is starting to see signs of 2012. Warrior Run's coach likes how the current version of his team is finding its hitting groove late in the season. If it keeps up, the Defenders just might make their second straight trip to the state final.Continued ...
- Let's Go Racing!
- Selinsgrove's Courtney McCartney wins PIAA title
- Motorsports: Clear as a Bell
- Shawn Wood's motorsports column: Sights and sounds of Indy
- H.S. softball: Southern Columbia beats Lourdes with walk-off single in extra innings
Millersburg artist prepares for new exhibit
After decades of honing his skill, watercolorist Vaughn “Duffy” Miller, 90, has no plans to stop painting anytime soon.Continued ...
Now Hear This: Saturday, May 25
Today's top local music picks:Continued ...
Valley Players Stage Joe DiPietro’s Mystery-Comedy “Art of Murder”
The Valley Players Community Theater Group’s summer dinner theater production will be “Art of Murder” by Joe DiPietro.Continued ...
- Millersburg artist prepares for new exhibit
Lewisburg residents explore rail-trail options
LEWISBURG — Now that the nine miles of the rail trail from Mifflinburg to East Buffalo Township is completed to the great satisfaction of area walkers and bike riders, officials of the Buffalo Valley Recreation Authority and a design team representative rolled out several options for the next phase of the project.
'Wake the Lake' kicks off Lake Augusta boating season on Saturday
SUNBURY — A number of boats will be headed to Sunbury on Saturday in order to “Wake the Lake.”
Flag flying ceremony in Orchard Hills Cemetery Saturday
SHAMOKIN DAM — A ceremony dedicating the restored 70-foot flag pole in Orchard Hills Cemetery will be held Saturday morning.
Family Place presents program on speech and hearing
SUNBURY - Family Place, for parents and children ages 1 and 2, held 10-11:15 a.m. in the community room at the Degenstein Community Library. The focus this week is speech and hearing.
- Lewisburg residents explore rail-trail options
Kebabs: Health kick on a stick
Grilling is a simple way to feed your family well this summer. Start with a lean meat and a healthful marinade and then allow the grill to strip away additional fat for a heart-healthy and waist-friendly final result. Plus, grilling caramelizes the natural sugars in foods, which adds flavor without additional calories and fat.
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- Boy Scouts: Yes to gay youths, no to adults
- Expert: Schools need shelters
- Kebabs: Health kick on a stick