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Another beautiful day to join us at the Lewisburg Farmers Market just in time before the holiday weekend! Check out what C.H. Waltz Sons, Inc. has on site! We’re here til 1! ... See MoreSee Less

Today's verbose Morning Lookout Cranium Cracker is--"Nearly 60% of people say it annoys them when others do THIS. What is it? Ruthie from Bloomsburg knew it was "Using big words in everyday conversation to try to impress others", so she's got the pair of swim 'n' slide passes for Knoebels Amusement Resort! Is this disconcerting to you? ... See MoreSee Less

Todays verbose Morning Lookout Cranium Cracker is--Nearly 60% of people say it annoys them when others do THIS. What is it?  Ruthie from Bloomsburg knew it was Using big words in everyday conversation to try to impress others, so shes got the pair of swim n slide passes for Knoebels Amusement Resort! Is this disconcerting to you?

Police in Louisiana made a bizarre discovery late Saturday night, when they came across a HOUSE that was abandoned... in the middle of a road.

The house was on the back of a trailer being hauled by a truck. The police put a photo on Facebook... and the house looks HUGE... it doesn't appear to be split up, like houses usually are when they're being trucked around.

It was completely blocking both sides of the road. And in its wake, there was a string of damaged mailboxes... road signs... trees... power lines and poles.

The police arrested the 46-year-old homeowner and an accomplice for criminal damage to property, violating a local ordinance, and obstruction of a highway.

They say this was part of an "ongoing situation" with the homeowner, who was TOLD he'd need permits to move a house like that... and he just ignored it, and tried to do it on his own. It's unclear what the cops did with the house.
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Police in Louisiana made a bizarre discovery late Saturday night, when they came across a HOUSE that was abandoned... in the middle of a road.
The house was on the back of a trailer being hauled by a truck.  The police put a photo on Facebook... and the house looks HUGE... it doesnt appear to be split up, like houses usually are when theyre being trucked around.
It was completely blocking both sides of the road.  And in its wake, there was a string of damaged mailboxes... road signs... trees... power lines and poles.
The police arrested the 46-year-old homeowner and an accomplice for criminal damage to property, violating a local ordinance, and obstruction of a highway.
They say this was part of an ongoing situation with the homeowner, who was TOLD hed need permits to move a house like that... and he just ignored it, and tried to do it on his own.  Its unclear what the cops did with the house.

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How our house was moved in the early 90s. In bloomsburg. But it was permitted and had a crew when it was done

Omg this is great πŸ˜‚

Hope they have really big gates at the impound lot

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Come join us! Find where we're going to be here! >> www.radioloveslocal.com/thirsty-thursdays-with-lura-and-betti/ ... See MoreSee Less

Come join us! Find where were going to be here! >> https://www.radioloveslocal.com/thirsty-thursdays-with-lura-and-betti/

Today's dressing-laden Morning Lookout Cranium Cracker is--"If your average, you will do this 208 times this year. What is it?" Meredith from Berwick knew it was "eat a salad", so she gets to eat at the Jamison City Hotel Bar & Restaurant ! How many salads do you eat each year? ... See MoreSee Less

Todays dressing-laden Morning Lookout Cranium Cracker is--If your average, you will do this 208 times this year.  What is it?  Meredith from Berwick knew it was eat a salad, so she gets to eat at the Jamison City Hotel Bar & Restaurant !  How many salads do you eat each year?

It's graduation time- who's tossing the cap and when? ... See MoreSee Less

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Max Steward...June 3rd, Benton Area

Tyniasha Blackman June 3rd columbia montor votech

Abigail Snyder Milton 5/26 way to go BUBBA

I tossed the cap in 2015!! Congratulations to the class of 2022

Shikellamy on Tuesday, May31

Mifflinburg June 3rd

SUN Area Tech on Wednesday, May 25

Sun-tech Wednesday night and midd-west Friday night

June 10th Millvile area school

Dennis waters June 3. Columbia montour area votech Bloomsburg pa

South Williamsport June 3rd

My daughter on the 31st from shik go Eleanor Auman

Sun tech Wednesday night and Friday June 3rd Mifflinburg

My daughter Gabrielle Kremer on June 10

2006

Chase Mitchell 5/25 from the academy then 6/2 from mifflin County high school (Gloria Arnold)

Our youngest granddaughter Katlynn Weidensaul from Susquehanna Sat so proud she's been on deans list every semester for the four yrs wishing her the brightest of futures

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Jif Peanut Butter Is Recalled For Possible Salmonella Contamination A popular peanut butter brand is being recalled because of possible salmonella contamination.

J.M. Smucker says the recall involves certain types of Jif peanut butter that are sold nationwide. The recalled products include creamy and crunchy peanut butter and peanut butter to-go packs. Several people have gotten sick from the product.

The recall covers several months of the product being sold. The affected lot codes cover 1274425 through 2140425, which you can find next to the best-if-used-by date. You can view the full FDA announcement for a list of recalled products and their UPC codes.

If you have any Jif under recall, throw it out and contact your retailer.

Symptoms of salmonella infection include fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.
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Jif Peanut Butter Is Recalled For Possible Salmonella Contamination  A popular peanut butter brand is being recalled because of possible salmonella contamination.
J.M. Smucker says the recall involves certain types of Jif peanut butter that are sold nationwide. The recalled products include creamy and crunchy peanut butter and peanut butter to-go packs. Several people have gotten sick from the product.
The recall covers several months of the product being sold. The affected lot codes cover 1274425 through 2140425, which you can find next to the best-if-used-by date. You can view the full FDA announcement for a list of recalled products and their UPC codes.
If you have any Jif under recall, throw it out and contact your retailer.
Symptoms of salmonella infection include fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.

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Events

Kars for Kamp


WHEN 03/30/2022 - 06/11/2022
Support Mount Luther! June 11, 9AM-3PM; Cars, Streetrods, Trucks, Jeeps and Bikes. Register now or day of! Music,...

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21st Annual “B&E” Golf Tournament


WHEN 04/20/2022 - 06/24/2022
Central PA Chamber of Commerce presents their annual golf tournament on Friday, June 24 at Bucknell Golf Club...

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31st Annual Andrew Schmid Golf Tournament


WHEN 04/20/2022 - 06/09/2022
June 9, 2022 Frosty Valley Golf Course, Danville More information and to register: rmhdanville.org

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450 State Route 204
Selinsgrove, PA 17870
(570) 374-8819
Fax: (570) 374-1336

Bloomsburg Office:
980 West Main Street
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
(570) 387-1709

 
 
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