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Why it may be time to embrace our 'wild side'

Streaming waterfalls, magnificent valley gaps, raging waters and an astounding diversity of …

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    VFW honors Phillips with firefighter award

    Terry Phillips, a volunteer with the Scalp Level & Paint Fire Department, received a statewide honor the evening of May 13 by the VFW.

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    Dalton Faith will make his second visit to Nebraska next month for the 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships, but it will be his first time there as a competitor.

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    Career Closet

    The Young Professionals of the Alleghenies organization has collaborated with Pennsylvania Highlands Community College to open the “Career Closet,” a permanent, all-year resource of new to gently used interview-appropriate attire for students at the college. This past academic year, 38 Penn Highlands Community College students received interview attire at no cost through the program. The Career Closet is open to all Penn Highlands students, regardless of economic circumstance. Standing in front of the Career Closet are, left to right: Alex Perring, a Penn Highlands student; Josh Summits, YPA board member; Kevin Bean, YPA board member; Matt McVicker, YPA board member; William Hargreaves, YPA board member; Missy LaMonaca, YPA board member; R. Patrick Lehman, a Penn Highlands student; Jennifer Hale Davis, YPA board member; Jessica Krouse, a Penn Highlands student; Jennifer Biggs, a Penn Highlands student; Mike Hruska, YPA board member; Tina Gibbons, YPA board member; Sandy Schrum, Penn Highlands faculty; and Larry Brugh, director of career planning and employer services at Penn Highlands.

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