September 20, 2018 RSS feed / Local & State

Camp Sinoquipe Hosts Bluegrass Jamboree

Camp Sinoquipe near Burnt Cabins hosted its ninth annual Bluegrass Jamboree Saturday afternoon. More...

Historical Society Fall Meeting Set For October 18

The Fulton County Historical Society is pleased to announce this great educational opportunity on Thursday evening October 18, 2018. Dr. More...

AASD Adult Education Program Announces Free Classes

The AASD Adult Education Program has announced its classes for the fall for high school equivalency (GED) ®/ HiSET ®, postsecondary prep, and healthcare prep. More...

Police Officer Loses Job After Charges In Shooting Death

ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) – A police officer has lost his job after being charged with voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of a man reported to have been hanging on or jumping on moving cars near an eastern Pennsylvania amusement park.  More...

Vo-Tech Student Spotlight

In the fall of 2014 Brandon Johnson chose to take part in the agricultural production program under Ann Meyer at the Fulton County Area Vocational Technical School.  More...

Glessner Receives Mason Award

Michael Glessner Sr. received a Masonic Award for 50 years of service in the Fraternity on Monday, September 10, at Mount Zion Lodge #774 F&AM. More...

Historical Society Fall Frontier Barn Quilt Trail Bus Tour

The Fulton County Historical Society’s fall bus tour, being held Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, will tour nearly 40 new and unique barn quilts in western Fulton County. And, we are also offering two festivals for one. More...

Hustontown Class Holds Reunion

Hustontown Class of 1949 held a reunion recently. Front row, sitting: Stella Ramsey McCleary, Joan Alloway Yeager; back row: Kenneth Helman, Earl Mc- Clain, Foster Parks and Bob Wright. More...

Livestock Market Reports

GREENCASTLE  September 10  Compared to last Monday slaughter steers sold steady to $1 lower. Slaughter Holsteins sold mostly steady. Slaughter heifers sold steady to $1 lower. Slaughter cows sold mostly steady. More...

More Than A Dairy Lease

For a number of years now, Warfordsburg FFA has partnered with Misty Mountain Dairy to provide students with the opportunity of leasing a dairy animal for show at the Fulton County Fair. More...

CCA Shares Updates With Commissioners

Commissioners Rodney Mc- Cray, Pete Lynch, and Stuart Ulsh met with Director of Center for Community Action (CCA) Wendy Melius at their weekly meeting last Tuesday, Sept. More...

Hundreds Of Chicks Found On Vacant Philadelphia Lot

PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Animal welfare officials say they rescued hundreds of baby chicks from an empty lot in Philadelphia.  The Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says investigators responded to calls Saturday and More...

Troopers Join National Child Passenger Safety Week

Pennsylvania State Police will offer free child safety seat inspections statewide in conjunction with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Child Passenger Safety Week campaign from September 23-29.  More...

PA Sends Troops For Storm Help

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Pennsylvania is sending National Guard troops, helicopters and other specialists and equipment to help with the response and recovery efforts for Hurricane Florence.  More...

Library News

September 20 is National Pepperoni Pizza Day, at least according to HolidayInsights.com. They claim that pepperoni is the most popular kind of pizza, preferred by 36 percent of the people. More than 3 billion pizzas are sold in the U.S. More...

High School Class Of 1948 Still Together After 70 Years

EASTON, Pa. More...

Senior Center Lunch Menu

Fulton County senior center lunch menu for the week is as follows:  Monday: roast beef w/gravy, whipped potatoes, green beans, white bread, brownie.  Tuesday: egg casserole, bread, fresh fruit.  Wednesday: roasted pork loin, sauerkraut More...

7 Injured When Startled Camel Bucks At Circus

PITTSBURGH (AP) – Seven people, most of them children, were injured when a startled camel started bucking during a Pittsburgh circus.  More...

Court Upholds $1.1M Against EQT In Water Contamination Case

HARRISBURG, Pa. More...