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Butterball recalls approximately 78,164 pounds of raw ground turkey products that have been contaminated with Salmonella Schwarzengrund, the U.S.
The Fishing Tackle Loaner Program (FTLP) provides partner organizations fishing rods, reels and equipped tackle boxes. The partners loan this equipment to individuals or groups, enabling them to enjoy fishing without having to buy gear themselves. The PFBC purchases the equipment directly from manufacturers at discount pricing.
A pan-seared chicken, smothered and baked in a mozzarella tomato sauce. Served on a plate of cheesy and pasta with glazed carrots on the side.
Since late February, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) has been busy stocking waterways with a fresh supply of brook, brown and rainbow trout. And with approximately 3.2 million adult trout stocked in lakes and creeks, along with more than 10,000 miles of wild trout waters, anglers will have plenty of opportunities to catch a stocked or wild trout.
Setting up a wireless home network is not that difficult. To make your home network as efficient as possible you must do research before buying a bunch of equipment.
Although the numbers are low for January, we have only been online for 19 days and managed to generated 231 viewers. Early February numbers show growth in total visitors including returning visitors, new visitors, page views and total view time. It also shows a 46% drop in our bounce rate.
The Chambersburg Area School District covers 250 square miles in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, near the center of the Cumberland Valley. More than 61,000 people live in the district, which is composed of the Borough of Chambersburg, Greene, Hamilton, Letterkenny, and Lurgan townships, and most of Guilford Township.
The following deed transfers, for Dec 2, 2018 thru Dec 8, 2018, are public record in the Franklin County Register and Recorder's office. All deed transfers, except conveyances between family members for a nominal amount, are published as a public service.
From Thursday, January 31 until Feb. 3, enjoy the 80 ice sculptures! These lit sculptures break up the winter blues with chilly fun for everyone. Catch a glimpse of the master carvers of DiMartino Ice sculpting blocks of ice into works of art, take a chilly ride on the carved ice slide, shake it up at the Snowfall Ball, watch as local community members are dunked during the Polar Dunk Plunge and taste test chili at the famous Chili Cook-off.