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U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Supervisor Steven Denhup will offer an in-depth analysis of heroin and opioid trends affecting local communities in Mansfield University’s Straughn Hall on…

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COUDERSPORT – The Oswayo Valley boys golf team claims yet another North Penns Woods League Invitational Championship.

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COUDERSPORT – The Smethport boys were able to come away victorious in the Coudersport meet on Tuesday, Sept. 19. 

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DUKE CENTER – The Otto-Eldred volleyball team was able to take down the Lady Falcons in four matches as the two top teams in District 9 faced off. The matches resulted in scores of 25-10, 16-2…

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ST. MARYS – Couders­port football team celebrated the first win of their season with a 14-12 win over Elk County Catholic.

IHAP®’s goal is to assess the progress of the whole person health journey for each participant. The program accomplishes this by establishing realistic goals and looking at the impact on and improvements to the participant. IHAP also seeks to measure and quantify these improvements, and continually look at the sustainability the changes the participant is making. This process documents the in-depth communication among the IHAP® team, the participants and their health care providers ... this testimonial was provided by a current IHAP participant.

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Senators Amy Klobuchar and Mark Warner proposed a bill on Thursday called the Honest Ads Act, in an effort to "bring transparency and accountability to paid political advertising." Sen. John McCain is co-sponsoring the bill. (Oct. 19)

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Yes, there on the air current was that smell of nature and a forest that most people never mention. It’s really hard to explain because it can’t be shown on the internet like a photo or even a sound. It’s the smell; some special, very interesting smells that nature offers during spring.

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On April 18, I had a conversation with Ali T. Morris, director of DEP’s Municipal and Residual Waste division, who gave me an update on the General Permit application submitted by Clean Earth, Inc. back in mid-2016 to spread Marcellus and Utica Shale “drilling returns” across Pennsylvania.