The Juniata County School District is the recipient of a significant community donation.
Thompsontown Amvets Post 122 presented $10,000 to the district’s cafeteria fund during the board of directors’ meeting Jan. 19.
The group gets to choose between veterans and youth to help out in the community.
This time, they decided to help youth.
The donation provides food for the schools, therefore benefiting students throughout the whole county.
Emergency crews across the Juniata Valley responded to multiple crashes Monday afternoon.
Around 4:15 p.m. temperatures dropped below freezing and rain turned to sleet causing roads to become slick.
Many of the roads at the time, according to police, were yet to be treated. In the span of just 30 minute to an hour, crashes erupted throughout Mifflin and Juniata counties.
According to scanner reports, Mifflin County emergency officials responded to five different crashes, while at least three crashes were reported in Juniata County.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation advises to slow down and increase following distance and to remind drivers that the state law requires you to turn on your headlights when your wipers are on.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Juniata Valley announced it has added lanes at the Moose Family Center for its Bowl for Kids’ Sake fundraiser.
Lanes will be available from noon until 9:30 p.m. April 8 at Moose. Lanes are also available from 9 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. the same day at Lewistown Lanes.
To sign up to bowl, sponsor the event or join the committee, call 248-4034. Team registrations are due March 3. Sponsorship agreements are due March 10.
The Beaver Springs Fire Company on Center Street in Beaver Springs will be having a Super Bowl wing sale on Feb 5 from 3-5pm.
Flavors include: firehouse bacon, plain, hot, honey barbecue, Singapore and bacon ranch. The cost is $7.50 per dozen to pickup.
To place an order or to get more information, call (570) 658-2311, email email@example.com.
All proceeds benefit the Beaver Springs Fire Co.