Lions advance to states

Altoona Area High School boys volleyball coach John Saboe never feels any unease when his team is involved in a close game. “These guys are ...

Lions pick up two, including top LB

If things go as planned, the Penn State football team will put an elite defense on the field in a couple of years. The Nittany Lions certainly will have ...

Choral Institute returns

Sacred music has a way of penetrating the heart and making worship more meaningful. The music is especially effective if the singers are in one accord, lifting ...

Open to presence of God

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the creative process. There are a couple reasons: one, people I meet often ask me how I come up with ...

Briefcase

Workshop to focus on grants Penn State Extension and the Southern Alleghenies Planning & Development Commission, will offer a free workshop, “Exploring USDA ...

City native goes West for success

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Gambling expansion crapshoot

Nellie Drew, a sports-law professor at the University of Buffalo, told the Wall Street Journal that the U.S. Supreme Court’s on May 14 decision invalidating ...

Cop killer shows his cowardice

Election proves voters are open to newcomers

Births

Jan. 22, 2018 Ryker Wallace Sunderland, a son born to Lindsey L. (Himes) and Cameron W. Sunderland, Altoona, at UPMC Altoona at 9:30 p.m. May 17, 2018 Alexander ...

Births

Police reports

Gauge Allen Eckenrode

Gauge Allen Eckenrode, 6, Lakemont, died Thursday evening at his residence. The family will receive friends from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, 2018, at Sorge Funeral ...

Elsie G. Gunnett

Karen A. (Felus) McCosar

How do you think the NFL has handled its latest position on the national anthem?

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