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  • State's Wildlife Leadership Academy seeks teens

     
    The Wildlife Leadership Academy is looking for youth ages 14-17 and teachers to serve as adult mentors for an educational program focusing on wildlife conservation and leadership development. The Academy’s mission is to empower youth to become...
  • Kutztown's Farrell earns PSAC honor

     
    Kutztown junior Rosealine Farrell, a Freedom High graduate, is the PSAC Women’s Field Athlete of the Week. At last weekend's Fred Hardy Invitational, Farrell was first in the hammer throw with a mark of 50.78 meters to earn her first......
  • SteelStacks High School Jazz Band Showcase kicks off

     
    High school jazz groups from throughout Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey are in the spotlight starting Sunday, Feb. 17, in the second annual SteelStacks High School Jazz Band Showcase. Eleven bands will compete at the Musikfest Cafe for the opportunity...
  • Master illusionist with local ties at Kutztown

     
    One of America’s hottest young illusionists will make a goldfish come to life out of an iPod and perform an astonishing double levitation Sunday as part of the Kutztown University Performing Arts Series. Jason Bishop, who attended Salisbury High...
  • Parkland's Beidelman is bound for Kutztown

     
    Wednesday night was a big night for Parkland senior boys basketball player Austin Beidelman. Not only did he hit the go-ahead basket in the Trojans’ 62-59 win over Liberty, but later the same night he tweeted out his college choice —...
  • Quakertown tabs ASD administrator for high school principal

     
    Quakertown Community School Board has named an assistant principal at Allen High School to lead its high school. David Finnerty, who serves as 10th grade principal at Allen, will earn $130,000. A start date has not been set, school officials said....
  • Berks Jazz Fest looks to give attendees an education in music

     
    The Berks Jazz Fest, which opens Friday April 5 for its 23rd year, has always been about entertainment. But audiences this year also might may learn more than ever about the distinctly American musical genre from the nearly 140 performances......
  • Kutztown men's basketball home a holiday

     
    Kutztown men are home for the holiday before embarking on a newly aligned Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference schedule. Coach Bernie Driscoll's Golden Bears open the season in Delaware at Goldey-Beacom at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15. Their home opener at......
  • UPDATED: Banner weekend for local college track, field athletes

     
    Penn freshman Kelsey Hay and Muhlenberg sophomore Tyler Bauer were among the local college track & field athletes who had memorable weekend performances at their respective league meets. Hay (at left, courtesy of Penn athletics) threw a personal-best...
  • How Bruce Springsteen's 'Born to Run' almost died in Kutztown

     
    On a July evening in 1975, a rising musician who had critics fawning but hadn’t yet captured the fancy of the general public was at a Kutztown hotel during a two-night stand at the state college. Bruce Spruingsteen's 'Born to......
  • Free reading assessments at Kutztown University

     
    If you are concerned that your child is struggling with reading, Kutztown University's graduate reading specialist program will offer free reading assessment clinics for children in first through 11th grades on Match 16 and April 20 in the Beekey...