Centre News Digest for June 21, 2021
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Musician and Boalsburg Native, Richard Sleigh, played harmonica for 69 years. Statecollege.com shares his story and lessons from a lifetime immersed in music. Story by Teresa Mull from Town and Gown.
A Harmonious Obsession: Richard Sleigh, a Master of the Harmonica, Reflects on a Life Immersed in Music
Centre County Employee uncertainty
While Centre County begins to open back up, employees are left wondering when they will be able to return to their jobs, and some restaurants are wondering if employees will even return. Story by Bret Pallottofor The Centre Daily Times.
Normalcy is coming back to Centre County restaurants, but when will the workers?
Buffalo Bills looking at Beaver Stadium
With talk of a new stadium in the works, The Buffalo Bills may be looking for a temporary home, and Penn States’, Beaver Stadium could be their choice in 2023. Story Thad Brown for Rochester First.
Bills planning new outdoor stadium in Orchard Park
Summer Craft Beverage Expo
For their fourth year, the Summer Craft Beverage Expo returned to Talleyrand park. Yesterday the Expo held two successful and relaxing sessions to start back up, and is already planning for next year. Story by Dylan Huberman for WjacTV.
Central Pennsylvania Tasting Trail Summer Craft Beverage Expo Returns After 2020 Hiatus
Centre County School Board
The ability to work both virtually and in person is changing the way work is done for the better for centre county school board members, making the board more inclusive and accessible. Story by Josh Moyer for The Centre Daily Times.
How the COVID-19 pandemic changed how Centre County governments, school boards are meeting