BLOOMSBURG–Bissinger’s Apple Dumplings, Grotto Pizza, Kohr’s Original Orangeade…and how about these cinnamon glazed almonds? Familiar vendors take up their usual spots at the Bloomsburg Fair. “Another year at the fair. It’s always great to be here,” Michele Fox said. It’s Preview Day at the 162nd Bloomsburg Fair. It’s a day for vendors to work out the kinks and for people to come to the fair before it officially opens this weekend.
GEISINGER MEDICAL CENTER — Geisinger Medical Center is working to reduce energy use in the way it heats and cools its facilities. Usually, when people visit Geisinger Medical Center, they visit patients or have a doctor’s appointment. On Thursday, a group of elected officials in central Pennsylvania took a different route. They toured the hospital’s advanced energy plant. Geisinger has a combined heat and power plant as well as a steam chiller plant. “We make cooling at night to use during the day.
BLOOMSBURG–The Bloomsburg Fair has around 75 rides for people of all ages. The fair opens this weekend, so rides are being inspected. “I have certificates of all the rides that were inspected. So far everything is going well except for they just don’t want that one ride open,” Bill Barratt said. That ride is the Wild Claw. A ride inspector from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture issued a stop-use order to shut it down.
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Selecting a term
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