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Eldred

Zombies, wounds and horror movies;Kelly Smith makes magic out of makeup

Zombies recently invaded Eldred Central High School (ECS), not long after a gory car crash and its lacerated victims were treated by emergency personnel in the school parking lot. The zombies never made the news, and the prom crash won’t appear in any police reports. That’s because both were staged events, with ultra-realistic special effects executed by a gifted ECS high school senior who appears to have found her calling.  Read more

Local Law 3 nears completion in Highland

In ongoing efforts to receive feedback from all concerned parties, the Town of Highland Town Board has scheduled two more opportunities to have questions answered and to offer public comment on proposed Local Law 3, which would ban high-impact industrial activity such as that associated with natural gas drilling, and recent revisions made to the draft.  Read more

Local Law 3 nears completion in Highland

In ongoing efforts to receive feedback from all concerned parties, the Town of Highland Town Board has scheduled two more opportunities to have questions answered and to offer public comment on proposed Local Law 3, which would ban high-impact industrial activity such as that associated with natural gas drilling, and recent revisions made to the draft.  Read more

Coyote Anderson performs

June 23, 2012

Java Grande, 7-9pm. 845/557-6110.

Tricky tray

June 10, 2012

High school, doors open noon, calling 2pm. Benefits PTSO & Eldred students.

Aint Broke Band performs

June 9, 2012

High-energy acoustic music at Java Grande, 7-9pm. 845/557-6110.

Library book sale

June 16, 2012
June 17, 2012

Highland town hall, 10am-4pm.

Tony Penn performs

June 2, 2012

Java Grande, 7-9pm, free. 845/557-6110.

Highland hears more on Local Law 3

David Jones, left, owner of Kittatinny Canoes, addressed the Highland Town Board during its monthly meeting on May 8. The Pike County, PA resident spoke regarding the proposed Local Law 3, which would ban heavy industrial uses such as gas drilling within the town.  Read more

Mock car crash a sobering event

Students with somber expressions lined the perimeter of the Eldred Central High School (ECS) parking lot where a reenactment of a gruesome car crash was underway on May 10. The event was conducted two days before the school prom in order to dramatize the dangers of drinking and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

The message was clear: Drinking and driving can lead to disastrous and life-altering outcomes.  Read more

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