SELINSGROVE — Heritage Aviation host the third annual Aviation Heritage Days from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 22 at Penn Valley Airport. Parking is $5 and benefits the local Boy Scouts of America. Event includes static WWII airplane displays of several planes including a B25, TBM, SNJ, AT6, Stearman, Vultee, YAKS, WACO, Navion and Longeze. Spectators can purchase open air “Red Baron” rides in a true WACO bi-plane. Several different ride styles are available: Sightseeing rides are $80 a person with two people in the plane and solo rides are $150. One 30 minute sunset tour will be given and costs $350 for two people. Aerobatic rides (limit five rides) are approximately 20 minutes in length and cost $300 per person. Sky rides in three different Cessna 172 airplanes also available for $20 a seat when three people purchase a ride. WWII re-enactors also on site with two re-enactments that portray a typical altercation between German and American troops during WWII. Also, food vendors, and a car show and Corvette show, featuring Corvettes from 1953 to today. More information, visit online or call 374-7671.
Prize claim cost man $1,829
WINFIELD — Western Union is doing what it can to educate people about the risks in wiring money. An entire section on its website (www.westernunion.com) is devoted to providing information that might reduce the risk of people falling victim to fraud schemes.
Reel good time enjoyed by 200 young anglers
TREVORTON — It only took about three minutes for J.C. Wallish to reel in his first fish at the Little Shamokin Creek Watershed Association’s annual Youth Trout Derby on Saturday.
Elytte Barbour's 'bad trip' put him on the road to prison, friend says
SUNBURY — A former roommate of slaying suspect Elytte Barbour drove 450 miles from North Carolina to spend 45 minutes in the Northumberland County Prison with his best friend last week, and was not surprised when he heard Barbour say: “I am afraid to spend the rest of my life in jail.”
60 dogs battle for biscuits at annual bone hunt
It was a scene similar to ones playing out all over the nation this weekend: nervous parents holding baskets and bags, watching their little ones search for goodies in the grass.
Arizona tribe set to prosecute first non-Indian under a new law
PASCUA YAQUI INDIAN RESERVATION, Ariz. — Tribal police chief Michael Valenzuela drove through darkened desert streets, turned into a Circle K convenience store and pointed to the spot beyond the reservation line where his officers used to take the non-Indian men who battered Indian women.
Danville parents hope strike ends quickly
DANVILLE ““ First-grader Madison Wild was sad she missed school Thursday.
Schools ask state to waive 180-day rule
Three area school districts have asked the Pennsylvania Department of Education to add up their hours instead of their days in order to reach the required amount of instruction time in the school year.
Former Bucknell star in NBA playoffs
ATLANTA — It really hit Mike Muscala a few days ago when he was listening to the Nets’ starting lineup at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
State: Discard raw milk from Greenfield Dairy
MIDDLEBURG — Consumers should discard raw milk purchased recently from the Greenfield Dairy of Middleburg, which also has temporarily suspended production after Listeria monocytogenes was discovered in the product following routine testing, the state Department of Agriculture announced today.
Penn State police: Three posed nude at Nittany shrine
STATE COLLEGE — Penn State police say three male students who reportedly posed nude for a photo at the university’s Nittany Lion Shrine face school discipline.
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