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Weekly Highlights – 07/13/15 – 07/17/15

by Home Page Staff - July 18-19, 2015

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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EMMF RETURNS FOR 10TH YEAR
Endless Mountain Music Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary! For the past decade, EMMF has brought world-renowned musicians to our community of northern Pennsylvania and southern New York in order to enrich the cultural, economic, and educational life of the Twin Tiers region. This year’s lineup is no exception: you can expect outstanding performances by both new and returning guest artists.
Twenty-two events will occur over a period of sixteen days in areas of northern Pennsylvania and southern New York. FREE inspiration concerts will take place in Blossburg, Mansfield, Wellsboro, Westfield, Corning, and Knoxville.
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DRAPER’S SUPER BEES!
There is something buzzing around Tioga County at Draper’s Super Bee Apiaries. Home Page correspondent Morgan Koziar had the opportunity to meet up with Bill Draper and take a tour to see how the liquid gold is made. *Honey is a pure and natural sweetener prepared by bees from nectar collected from wild and cultivated flowers. To make honey from nectar, honey bees evaporate much of the moisture and add compounds called enzymes that change the composition of the nectar. Draper’s bee yard consists of 24 hives. Each hive can be found in one of the boxes that are stacked. There is what is known as a “colony” in each of the stacks in the bee yard. The more bees that accumulate over time, the more height the stacks earn in boxes!
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ALL-STARS FACE TIGERS FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
The Wellsboro All-Stars ended their amazing season last night in Tunkhannock as they played for the Section 15 Championship.

The Tigers scored first in the bottom half of the second inning on a passed ball. Tyler Bell crossed the plate, giving the Tigers their first run of the game. Tunkhannock held that lead until the top of the 4th when another passed ball brought Sam Rudy home as Wellsboro tied things up.

This game turned into a real pitchers battle as bats were held silent for both teams throughout most of the game.
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FIGHT CANCER ON THE GREEN
On today’s Home Page broadcast we visit with Ron Butler and Jenn Sporer about the upcoming Relay for Life event that takes place this Saturday, July 18th beginning at 10:00 AM on The Green in Wellsboro.
Please take a few short minutes to watch today’s feature, and make every effort to gather with family and friends, and join with us on The Green in Wellsboro – beginning at 10:00 AM for this year’s Relay for Life.
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MU TODAY – COMMUNICATION NOW
On today’s broadcast we go to the Mansfield University Mass Communication Department where MU offers students an outstanding hands-on experience in preparation for employment in the exciting fields of electronic media and public relations. From broadcasting to freelance writing, it’s all here at MU.

MU students work with the latest professional equipment available today and the most up-to-date editing software. Students also have access to numbers of HD video cameras that can be taken out for production classes. Public Relations students experience the real world of public relations in their PR workshops where they are given the opportunity to work with real-life clients.

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