A meth lab was found Monday in the basement of a building in Lewistown.
Pennsylvania State Police Lewistown were alerted to the location of a possible meth lab at 31 1/2 Valley St., Lewistown Borough.
At 11:01 a.m. police began investigating the area, finding items consistent of a meth lab.
A warrant was issued to search both the basement and one of the apartments.
This case is still under investigation.
According to the police report, this is the third meth lab to be discovered in Mifflin County.
The other two were located in Burnham and McVeytown and are still under investigation.
The Juniata County Food Pantry will distribute groceries to eligible area residents February through March 2017.
Food will be distributed from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays, at the Juniata County Food Pantry, at 114 N. Main St., in Mifflintown, as well as at the monthly outreach distribution sites in McCoysville and Seven Stars.
To be eligible for this distribution, participants must reside in Juniata County and meet total household income guidelines.
Appointments are required. Please contact the Juniata County Food Pantry at 436-9718 for more information.
PA State Police would like to remind drivers that when driving in less than ideal conditions, to use extra caution behind the wheel.
Don’t leave your car unattended to warm it up, doing so is a violation of the vehicle code and is an invitation for car thieves.
You must have all snow and ice removed from your windows; failure to do so may result in you getting pulled over.
Don’t follow too close to the driver ahead of you, just because you have control over your car doesn’t mean they do. If your wipers are on, your headlights must be on too.
And lastly, slow down. Plan accordingly for your commute and the conditions of the road.
Applications are being accepted for lifeguard and concession stand employee positions at McClure Pool.
The deadline to apply is April 1. For more information, call Janet at (570) 765-5731.