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The Penn State Extension livestock team is planning an educational meeting for people interested in sheep and/or meat goat production basics. The program, “So You Want to Raise Sheep or Goats: Discovering Production Basics,” is Tuesday, Sept. 24 from 6–9 p.m. at the Tokishi Center, 124 Nypum…

Stargazing programs and a photography workshop are being held on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 27 and 28 at Cherry Springs State Park at 4639 Cherry Springs Road, Coudersport.

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Claims for refunds of the tax paid on gasoline, undyed diesel and/or biodiesel used for commercial farming purposes can be filed with the state Board of Finance and Revenue between July 1 and Sept. 30. This includes the pickup truck used in farming and for which the fuel is purchased within …

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Mansfield chamber of commerce executive director Dawn Hull told the board of directors at its Tuesday, Sept. 10 meeting that help was needed in the office with the beginning of classes for Mansfield University.

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According to a facilities study conducted by Quad 3 Architects, Lewisburg and presented to the Southern Tioga School board in August by architect Sam Scarantino, the total repairs needed for capital projects needed over 10 years is approximately $9.5 million.

Tioga County Master Gardeners will present a program on soil at the Sept. 16 meeting of the Liberty Garden Club.

Visiting at the home of Pete and Marilyn McClure last week were her sister, Carolyn and Bob Scranton and their daughter, Nicole and Thomas Rule with daughter Illa all from Florida. A family Labor Day gathering was enjoyed by all.

I visited Irma Heath of Stonyfork one day this week. She is getting along real well for having had a stroke.

BCI Foods, Inc., a Quebec, Canada firm and importer of record, is recalling approximately 3,304 pounds of meat and poultry soup products that were not presented for import re-inspection, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced this week.

Residents of Mansfield and Richmond Township on the municipal water system were placed under a boil water advisory Sunday, Sept. 8, when samples revealed too little chlorine, said borough manager Lynette Burton Tuesday.