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  1. Ex-builders association officer can avoid jail time by paying $130,000 in restitutionRead the original story

    Jan 17, 2017 |

    A former long-time executive officer of the Central Susquehanna Builders Association has a choice: Pay approximately $130,000 in restitution within a month or face the possibility of going to state prison. Reva M. Dunkle, 48, of Mifflinburg, admitted stealing from the association when she pleaded guilty last Thursday to a theft charge.


  2. Man who changed his mind about testifying against co-defendants now faces death penaltyRead the original story

    Dec 28, 2016 |

    A former cooperating witness in a 2012 Union County home invasion-homicide case is now trying to avoid the death penalty as the accused triggerman. Justin Richard, 32, of Mifflinburg, is in this situation because in November 2015 he withdrew his plea to third-degree murder and robbery charges.


  3. Start 2017 with an adventure: Pennsylvania state parks, forests offer First Day HikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2016 |

    The hikes are part of America's State Parks First Day Hikes initiative, which was organized by the National Association of State Park Directors to promote healthy lifestyles throughout the year and year-round recreation at state parks. Kings Gap Environmental Education Center, Carlisle, 2 p.m., easy, 1.5-mile hike on fairly level trails in the Pine Plantation Use Area.


  4. Christmas Markets, light shows, more: 19 ways to fall in love with the holiday season in Pa.Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2016 |

    It's the start of the holiday season if you haven't noticed from the jingles playing on the radio. Sure, it's colder and darker outside but there are many ways to fall in love with the season in Pennsylvania, from taking a stroll through Christmas Markets to watching light shows at night.


  5. Greenwood soccer enjoys highlight-filled 13-8-1 seasonRead the original story

    Nov 26, 2016 |

    Aaron Anstine went into his third season at the head of the Greenwood soccer season full of optimism that his Wildcats were prepared to put the disappointment of their 8-9-1 2015 campaign behind them. Anstine had taken his charges to Messiah's team camp to improve cohesion and installed a modified four-back "umbrella" defensive alignment that was designed to better support his offense from the flanks and limit opponents opportunities up the middle.


  6. Pennsylvania's biggest pumpkin weighs about the same as three grizzliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2016 |

    Monster pumpkins grown in Pennsylvania are featured every year at the Pennsylvania Giant Pumpkin Growers Association's weigh-off. The biggest pumpkin weighed-in at the 2016 Pennsylvania Giant Pumpkin Growers Association contest earlier in October in Altoona was a 1,749-pounder grown by Dave and Carol Stelts, of Enon Valley.


  7. Greenwood soccer stops IndiansRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2016 |

    A year ago, the Greenwood soccer team went 1-4 against the Tri-Valley League East, including losses to Upper Dauphin, Millersburg and Halifax - the so-called "other-side-of-the-river TVL." Those losses were the prime reason the Wildcats finished with a losing record and missed out on a spot in the District 3-A tournament bracket.


  8. Greenwood soccer wins 2 of 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2016 |

    After spending the first three weeks of the season sniffing around the .500 mark - and the outskirts of the District 3-A tournament bracket - the Greenwood soccer team has made a move. The Wildcats have a ways to go before they can firm up their case for a return trip to the postseason.


  9. More charges filed against former executive officer of builders associationRead the original story

    Aug 25, 2016 |

    A former long-time executive officer of the Central Susquehanna Builders Association has been charged with stealing another $22,688 in addition to the $129,673 she previously was accused of taking. The additional charges of theft and receiving stolen property against Reva M. Dunkle, 48, of Mifflinburg, are the result of Union County District Attorney D. Peter Johnson asking investigators to check back to 2008, Mifflinburg police said.


  10. Banding birds, learning to camp, hiking: Outdoor things to do this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2016 |

    Hike a trail in Kings Gap Environmental Education Center near Carlisle from 2-3:30 p.m., Sunday, June 26. The hike will cover 1.5-2 miles over uneven terrain with a few stops along the way for discussion. Hikes should bring water, wear sturdy shows and dress for the weather, and meet at flagpole outside of the mansion.


  11. West Perry team wins Envirothon in a landslideRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2016 |

    A West Perry High School team is the Perry County Envirothon champions for the third year in a row and will get their names on a Stanley Cup-like trophy, as well as have a shot at the state environmental sciences competition next week. The team, Silty Loam , had a commanding lead throughout the competition May 5 at Little Buffalo State Park.


  12. Ex-executive officer of builders association accused of stealing nearly $130,000Read the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2016 |

    A former long-time executive officer of the Central Susquehanna Builders Association has been charged with stealing nearly $130,000 from the organization over at a five-year period. Reva M. Dunkle, 47, of Mifflinburg, was arraigned Tuesday on charges of theft and receiving stolen property.


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