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Weekly Highlights – 02/08/16 – 02/12/16

by Home Page Staff - February 13-14, 2016

It’s time once again to take a look at what happened the past week. The Weekly Highlights are a great way to catch up, but don’t forget that you can always watch the full stories from either our front page or the archives section.
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PA COMMISSIONER MEETS LOCAL FIRE DEPTS.
Last week, with the assistance of Fire Chief Lonnie Campbell and Firefighter/EMT Shawn Rice, Wellsboro Fire Department hosted a regional meeting of local fire departments with guest speaker Tim Solobay, the PA State Fire Commissioner. Among issues addressed, attendees discussed the possibility of future plans to build local training facilities. Local training facilities would help to overcome the prohibitive nature of commuting long distances to receive training, as is the current situation.
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DUNHAM’S CORNER – 1/2 of 1/2 PRICE SALE!
Today on Wellsboro Home Page we cover Dunham’s fabulous “1/2 of 1/2 Price Sale” with Ann Dunham Rawson for the latest edition of Dunham’s Corner. Check out one of Dunham’s biggest sales events of the year this Saturday, February 13th! This special sales is greatly anticipated every year. People in our region begin thinking about this amazing sale in the middle of January (many reserving hotels just for this event!) Don’t miss these fantastic savings at Dunham’s.

The doors at Dunham’s will open at 8:30 AM sharp. Residents have been known to line up for for this sale, beginning in the wee hours of the morning to take advantage of these over-the-top savings. This is the sale that allows Dunham’s Department Store to re-stock. You will find thousands of items on sale throughout the store.
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MAKING THE CUT – THE KRAMER SISTERS
It’s hard enough for just one family member to move on to college athletics, but Sarah and Emilie Kramer have both made this accomplishment. Sarah finished her soccer career at Penn State Altoona and Emily is just beginning her swimming career at Lycoming College.

Sarah stated that the hardest transition that she had to go through heading from high school to college was, “Balancing my classes with missing classes for soccer.” Emilie echoed that, stating “I would agree with Sarah. Balancing school and swimming [was the most difficult part].”
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TIGERS CLAW INDIANS, 68-51
Herding cats is never an easy thing as CV discovered on Wednesday night. Many fans on both sides came out to see the North Penn-Mansfield Tigers tangle with the Cowanesque Valley Indians for the semi-final game of the Northern-Tier League showdown.

The 19 and 3 Indians are, by all standards, an amazing team with an outstanding season. The Indians have also been the NTL Champions for the past two consecutive years. The Indians are loaded with talent with big guns like Tyler Melko and Bryant Painter. For the Tigers to go on the road to Westfield and come home with a win is no small accomplishment.
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LAUREL HEALTH – RESCUE YOUR RESOLUTIONS
This time of year, people are still working through their New Year’s health resolutions. But as January slips away, it can get increasingly harder to keep those resolutions going strong. When it comes to sticking to a healthy new routine, registered dietitian and diabetes educator, Kim Steinbacher, suggests keeping goals small and simple. It’s easy to “fall off the wagon” when making big resolutions and expecting lightning fast results. However, small changes to our daily habits—such as increasing our portion of vegetables at dinner or going for a walk during our work break—can lead to permanent, sustainable lifestyle changes.

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