Clinton County, PA

Arrest warrant issued for Clinton County man accused of aggravated indecent assault of a child

Castanea Township, Pa. — The Mill Hall Borough Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for Jimmy "Hank" Carlton Henry for aggravated indecent assault of a child, aggravated indecent assault, and endangering the welfare of a child. These incidents allegedly occurred between April 09, 2020 and April 30, 2020 at a residence in Castanea Township, Clinton County, Pa. Henry's current whereabouts are unknown. Anyone with information in regards to his location, please contact Mill Hall Borough Police Department 570-726-4597 or Clinton County Communication Center at 570-748-2936.
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BEVT bridge dedicated as “Katie’s Crossing”

McELHATTAN, PA – The refurbished railroad bridge linking Wayne Township to Pine Creek Township was officially dedicated Wednesday as the latest link in the ever-expanding Bald Eagle Valley Trail, a bikeway/walkway trail seen as a tourism boon for Clinton County. Multiple speakers praised the collaborative effort to complete the...
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4 time state champions head to Junior League World Series

CLINTON COUNTY, Pa (WTAJ) – The Keystone Little League team from Clinton County is currently representing the East in the Junior Division little league World Series in Taylor MI. In 2018, this Keystone team won the Pennsylvania state championship as 10-year-olds. They represented PA at the regional tournament in...

Sunflowers rule while the blooms last

Sunflowers are a favorite late-summer flower, and driving along Pennsylvania country roads, you might get a glimpse of a breathtaking field of yellow. For the sunflower chasers, a recent festival in Muncy, Pa. brought an estimated 1500 people to the Tom Styers Farm to hear music, purchase sunflower-themed products, sample food, and of course, play and take pictures in the sunflower fields. Susquehanna Mills Company, a full-circle manufacturer of seed...

‘Severe Tree Loss’ Possible Next Year due to Spongy Moth

CLINTON COUNTY – The spongy moth may cause severe tree loss next year. Tom Butzler of Penn State Cooperative Extension says this is something residents should be mindful of now, “If action isn’t taken, either by man or nature–there are some viruses and fungal organisms that will taken on the spongy moth–we could see some severe tree loss next year.”

CM grad Probst transfers from Seton Hall to Alabama

LOCK HAVEN, PA – In August of 2021, former Central Mountain baseball standout Zane Probst traveled three hours east for what would be an outstanding sophomore season pitching for the Seton Hall (NJ) Blue Pirates this past spring. But this past weekend saw Probst making the 15-hour drive southwest to Tuscaloosa, AL, to become a member of the Alabama Crimson Tide baseball program.

Gov. Wolf: New Funding Awarded to Boost Student Interest in PA’s Manufacturing Industry, Develop Talent Pipeline for Manufacturers in Clinton, Lycoming and Union Counties

Governor Tom Wolf announced new funding for Advance Central PA, through Pennsylvania’s Manufacturing PA Training-to-Career Program (MTTC), to create awareness for students about the commonwealth’s manufacturing industry and the local Career and Technology Education (CTE) programs that are available to help prepare them for these good-paying careers. “This...

Marcia Marie Carpenter

Farrandsville — Marcia Marie Carpenter, native of Clinton County and long-time resident of Farrandsville, passed away on August 12 at Lock Haven Hospital. She was 91. Marcia was born February 24, 1931 in Lockport to T. Edson Hickoff and Beatrice M. Pepperman Hickoff. She grew to be a pioneer in many ways. Although pregnancy prevented her from graduating from Lock Haven High School with her class in 1948, she persevered. She paid a visit to the principal as well as members of the Board of Education, finally gaining their permission to return to school, and succeeded in graduating in 1955. She went on to become the first female Chief Clerk for the Board of Clinton County Commissioners, serving in that capacity between 1960 and 1963. During that time she also served as president of the Eastern Clinton County Democratic Women for two years.