ASO ushers in the holidays with special guests
"We are living in a society that is rapidly becoming more and more individualized.
Food Pantry to Help Students Finish out the Semester
Penn State Altoona will host a food pantry to help meet the dietary needs of our students.
A decade later, WPSU radio program 'Chimpin' the Blues' is reborn
"Chimpin' the Blues," a 60-minute program co-hosted by Zolten, aired a handful of times on public radio in 2003 and will be released Nov. 26 by a New York-based independent label.
Jury weighing accused SFU student rapist's fate
A Blair County jury is being asked to decide if a Penn State Altoona collegian was raped last year in her off-campus apartment or if she engaged in consensual sex.
Weatherman Joe Murgo to Visit Karthaus Center
Murgo has always been interested in the weather. According to his bio, "The blizzard of 1978 is a fond memory, and the severe weather in Oklahoma helped me decide to become a meteorologist."
John S. Futey Jr.
Surviving are two sisters: Irene Szynal of Gallitzin and Elaine Rice of Harrisburg; nieces and nephews: Karen Houston, Sandi Carruthers, Steve Szynal, Jon Szynal, Lisa Rossey, Jim Rice and Alan Rice; 17 great-nieces and great-nephews; a great-great-nephew; two aunts: Ann Malchesky and Mary Arndt, both in Ohio; as well as many cousins and friends ... (more)