Consultant hired to aid in wind power zoning

By Rebecca Zemencik, Managing Editor • rebecca-z@citizenstandard.com

VALLEY VIEW – After much discussion and deliberation Wednesday evening, July 3, Hegins Township has now hired a consultant at the price tag of $150 per hour to direct them on how to move forward with a proposed zoning change concerning wind power.

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Tremont Twp. balks at high cost of road repair

Court date set for legal battle with Rausch Creek

By Robert Wheary, Staff Writer • csrobwheary@gmail.com

TREMONT TWP. – Supervisors in Tremont Twp. experienced a little “sticker shock” when discussing their latest road projects as the cost of blacktop increased from previous years.

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Eleanor R. Boyer

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James T. Coleman

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Price quotes questioned by Millersburg director

By Robert Wheary, Staff Writer • csrobwheary@gmail.com

MILLERSBURG – Contracts up for renewal by the Millersburg Area School Board was met with a little bit of resistance by one board member as he wondered if the district was getting a fair deal.

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Gymnastics

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Submitted Photo The Wehry girls are pictured with their gymnastic coaches. Pictured are from left, Coach Joe Stallone, Coach Gina Stallone Amrich, Emma Wehry, Grace Wehry, and Coach Marty Amrich.

Wehry girls earn titles at nationals

By Rebecca Zemencik, Managing Editor • rebecca-z@citizenstandard.com

KLINGERSTOWN – 10 years ago their parents signed them up for  a gymnastics class at a gymnastics center in York County, fast-forward to 2019 and the Wehry girls are now competing on a national level in the sport.

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Where’s the money

Tremont Borough still waits for FEMA funding

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Submitted Photo Charles Huntzinger of Spring Street, Tremont, shared this photo with Tremont Borough Council at its Tuesday meeting and asked if he will ever be able to use his garage again? Huntzinger’s property was affected by the flooding last year. The borough is still waiting on FEMA funding to be available.

By Rebecca Zemencik, Managing Editor • rebecca-z@citizenstandard.com

TREMONT – Charles Huntzinger, a Spring Street resident of Tremont Borough whose home along with countless others experienced devastating flooding last year, was at the Tremont Borough Council meeting again Tuesday evening trying to get answers to questions.

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STATE CHAMPIONS

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ROB WHEARY/Staff Photo The Williams Valley Lady Vikings swarm pitcher Emma Crisswell after the Vikings defeated DuBois Central Catholic 5-0 in the PIAA Class A Softball championships on June 14 at Nittany Lion Softball Park.

Unmatched Williams valley earns gold with shutout in Class A final

By Rob Wheary, Staff Writer • csrobwheary@gmail.com

STATE COLLEGE – Maddy Bordner walked around the batting practice facility of Nittany Lions Softball Park just bewildered.

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