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The Bellwood-Antis School District fine arts department has been very busy the last few months in their preparation for the annual Christmas holiday performances that will be taking place. This year the community will be able reap the benefits of all of the students’ hard work and efforts in…

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Monday, Governor Tom Wolf announced that Tram Bar Co-Packing LLC, who will manufacture energy bars for Kate’s Real Food of Jackson, Wyoming, will construct a new manufacturing facility in Allegheny Township, Blair County, creating 30 new food manufacturing jobs over three years.

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Two men representing Warriors Mark baseball were in attendance at last week’s Warriors Mark Township supervisor’s meeting, requesting support for some new items at the ball field.

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The Christmas holiday activities are in full swing and have been fully operational for several weeks. The many traditional events have already begun. There are Christmas concerts, carols being sung and Christmas parades complete with Santa Claus have already taken place in many communities. …

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The sunset Friday evening offered beautiful end to a day with the rays of sunshine reaching out across the heavens over Altoona.

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The Tyrone Area High School student performers in POPS Extension entertained the crowd during the TAHS holiday vocal concert Sunday afternoon. Tonight, concerts are scheduled both at TAHS and also at Bellwood-Antis High School. See articles on the front and on the TASD school news page today…

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December 4 just before 1 a.m., Tyrone Police were dispatched to Columbia Avenue at West 15th Street for a reported motor vehicle accident. Brett Edward Shaffer, 30, of Duncanville was found slumped behind the wheel of his vehicle.

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December 8 around 11:30 p.m., state police responded to a residence on Cranberry Street in Tyrone for the report of a domestic dispute. Matthew Terry Mallory, 30, had been at the residence for five days, following a two-month incarceration for domestic issues. He is currently out on bail.

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Patrick Wayne Leeper, 31, of Spruce Street in Tipton faces misdemeanor assault and summary harassment charges following a domestic dispute December 7. State police responded to the residence around 11:30 a.m., where they found a female victim with a split open lip and black and blue eye, whi…

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Last week, the governor’s office announced that many county offices in Pennsylvania will have free naloxone available for all, on a first-come, first-served basis. Counties across the state will be equipped with this life-saving drug, which reverses the effects of opioid overdose.

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Continuing with his commitment earlier in the year to do things “for the people,” not “to the people,” Tyrone Borough manager Ardean Latchford said that this new pavilion built at the edge of Reservoir Park was installed “for the people to enjoy.” He said that some noticed during the fish ro…

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State Representative-elect Jim Gregory has recently announced that he will be keeping the same office locations in Hollidaysburg and in Bellwood Borough as were previously operated by former State Representative Judy Ward.

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On Thursday evening, Antis Township Supervisors conducted their final meeting of what had become an extremely productive year for the township, according to the supervisors.

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With new expanded regional coverage in conjunction with The Daily News in Huntingdon, The Daily Herald will now offer a Calendar of Events section online at www.thedailyherald.net and also weekly in print in Monday editions, for a look at the week ahead. The calendar will include events in N…

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Our nation has seen a spate of school bus and traffic safety concerns over the past few months. There are countless reasons why so many of us have become sloppy in our driving habits; perhaps, we have forgotten the “rules of the road,” are distracted, find ourselves in too much of a hurry, a…

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It’s December, and even though it’s a busy time of year, we hope you’ll make time to visit the Bellwood-Antis Public Library. We still have some fun programs this month, and we’re already preparing for a fun 2019 for our patrons. Read on, and we hope to see you soon!

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Fynnley Storm Frye, a son was born November 17, 2018 at 3:49 p.m. at Magee Womans Hospital in Pittsburgh, to parents Kristyn Gochenour and Kinney Frye of Bellwood. Fynnley was 3 lbs 8.2oz and 17.5 inches long. Grandparents are Diana Gochenour, Kenny Frye and Wendy Garman. Great-grandmother i…

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Dr. Thomas McInroy is the superintendent of schools for the Bellwood-Antis School District. McInroy is no stranger to public education, both as a classroom teacher and a school administrator in several districts over his lifelong career. Wednesday morning, McInroy sat down and provided a ver…

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Now 77 years ago, December 7, 1941 was the attack on Pearl Harbor. As it was a Sunday morning, many of the American soldiers were relaxing, eating breakfast in the cafeteria or attending religious services. However, just after 7 a.m., large groups of aircrafts were detected on radar, flying …

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The Bellwood-Antis Areas School District Board of Directors met in session on Tuesday evening in the Myers Elementary School LGI room. The purpose of this session was to conduct the annual reorganizational meeting of the school board of directors and the second part was to conduct the monthl…

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District Court- 24-3-01 Filed before Magisterial District Judge Fred B. Miller December 4, 2018 Waived for court

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Rocky Bleier is a name that almost all sports fans will recognize as a member of a state high school championship football team in Wisconsin, a star career at the University of Notre Dame and a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, adding four Super Bowl Rings to his resume. Bleier is also a kn…

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Some Warriors Mark Township officials were hesitant regarding a proposal for expansion/improvement at Helena Chemical along Pennington Road. Plans were brought forward at Tuesday’s Township meeting by engineer Ann Reynold and James Sebulsky, site manager at Helena.

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Parking meters downtown are covered for the holiday season. Parking is free for the month of December in Tyrone Borough, encouraging local holiday shopping.

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