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HARRISBURG

Stores take cash for toll bills

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission has partnered with the KUBRA Cash Payment Network, www.KUBRA.com, to provide customers the ability to use cash to pay their Toll By Plate invoices or add funds to their E-ZPass accounts at more than 70,000 retail locations.

Customers who want to pay in cash can select the “pay” option when accessing their account online or via the PA TOLL PAY app. Customers must generate a pay slip — which includes a $1.50 service fee — before stopping at one of the retail locations to make a PA Turnpike toll payment in cash.

Area KUBRA retailers include CVS, Dollar General, Family Dollar, Rutter’s, Sheetz and Walgreens.

LITITZ

ELA now employee owned

ELA Group Inc. has completed the transaction to become 100% employee-owned through its newly formed Employee Stock Ownership Plan.

The firm, founded in Lititz in 1996 with offices in State College and Butler, provides engineering and landscape architecture solutions..

With this transition, ELA has joined the growing list of companies whose employees are stakeholders in the success of the business.

MARTINSBURG

Pristows acquires Bobcat

Pristows Equipment Group has acquired the Bobcat of Martinsburg dealership.

This will be the fifth store for Pristows Equipment Group, which owns and operates two Pristows Outdoor Power Equipment locations in Johnstown and Somerset, Bobcat of Johnstown and the soon to be open Bobcat of Huntingdon.

By adding Bobcat of Martinsburg to its dealer lineup, Pristows Equipment Group will now sell Bad Boy Mowers in addition to Bobcat brand tractors, loaders, excavators and mowers.

UNIVERSITY PARK

PSU Extension to clinic in July

Agricultural professionals, crop consultants and producers can earn certified crop adviser, pesticide and nutrient management credits at the annual Penn State Agronomic Field Diagnostic Clinic from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 19 at the Agronomy Research Farm, located at the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center at Rock Springs, 9 miles southwest of State College on Route 45.

Presented by the Penn State Extension Agronomy Team, this field clinic is designed to improve agronomic management skills, according to Dwight Lingenfelter, weed science extension associate in the College of Agricultural Sciences.

To register, visit https://extension.psu.edu/agronomic-clinic, call 877-489-1EXT (877-489-1398) or send email to ExtensionRegistration@ag.psu.edu.

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