Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | School Notes | Contact Us | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
World Cup worth watching

June 15, 2010 The United States Soccer Team drew one of the world’s favorites for its opening-round game in the World Cup Tournament. more »»

Huntingdon Co. Fairgrounds to host Central PA?Rodeo

June 8, 2010 For the 6th straight year, the Central PA Rodeo will bring professional cowboys and cowgirls to our region, many of them at the pinnacle of their athletic careers. more »»

Philadelphia sports fans: Cursed no more?

June 1, 2010 Fans follow sports for more than talent and teamwork, statistics and stud athletes. more »»

Summer activities on horizon

May 25, 2010 Some general observations while enjoying the return of mountain bike season in central Pennsylvania. n This is a great time of year to head to one of the area’s hiking and biking trails. more »»

Weather watching for spring athletes

May 18, 2010 “Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, sometimes it rains.” That great Crash Davis quote from “Bull Durham” always comes to mind during a springtime storm. more »»

Lemieux has meant much to Penguins

May 11, 2010 Watching the Pittsburgh Penguins in the early 1990s, it would have been hard to believe there could be a better time for the organizatio. more »»

PSU baseball honors fallen soldiers

May 4, 2010 Baseball is known as our national pastime, as American as apple pie, and this weekend, the American spirit was alive and well on the diamond at University Park as the Penn State baseball team held... more »»

Like the message NFL is sending

April 27, 2010 Some general observations while wondering why wedding planning isn’t considered a contact sport. more »»

Local Walk raises funds, awareness for MS Society

April 20, 2010 You could tell it was the start of trout season over the weekend: the air was raw and the waters were choppy, and still thousands of anglers headed to lakes and streams to wet a lin. more »»

Masters becomes platform for family values

April 12, 2010 I feel like I owe Phil Mickelson an apology. He’s never been one of my favorite golfers, maybe because I, like so many fans, favored Tiger Woods. more »»

PSU seniors had amazing character

April 6, 2010 The Penn State women’s basketball team had an unfortunately-early exit from the WNIT, ending the careers of two senior starters: the nationally-touted Tyra Grant and team tri-captain, Meredith... more »»

Void felt at National Football Foundation banquet

March 30, 2010 When the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame held its annual scholarship awards banquet over the weekend, a good friend was missing. more »»

Area should savor girls hoop teams

March 23, 2010 Just some casual thoughts while enjoying the first official week of spring…. more »»

Celebrating the madness of March

March 16, 2010 March is a fun time of year. Daylight savings time has kicked in, the leaves are beginning to bud and we can actually see grass on the ground, now that rain is falling instead of snow, finally. more »»

Athletes should learn from Roethlisberger

March 9, 2010 Another story about Ben Roethlisberger is in the news this week, with another woman alleging sexual misconduct by the Pittsburgh Steelers’ star quarterback. more »»

Olympics celebrate our neighbors

March 2, 2010 We, as Americans, have plenty to be proud of through the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, not only for the most overall medals earned, but for some of the inspiring stories that came to light through the... more »»

Some good reasons to think spring

February 23, 2010 That darn Punxsutawney Phil seems to have been right about six more weeks of winter. more »»

Special day honors female student athletes

February 16, 2010 The NCAA recently celebrated National Girls and Women in Sports Day (Feb. 3rd). more »»

Valentine’s Day at the track

February 9, 2010 Valentine’s Day is the time to celebrate love, so this week flower shops are busy with bouquet orders, candy stores are crammed with buyers of heart-shaped boxes, and restaurants are filling up with... more »»

Olympics put spotlight on unique events

February 2, 2010 In less than two weeks, the world will come together on the snow-and-ice-covered countryside of Vancouver, Canada for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. more »»

I am looking for: