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The installation is continuing of the first phase of the multi-million-dollar Bradford County Broadband Initiative, which is intended to bring cell phone service and reliable, high-speed Internet to additional areas of the county.
Congressman Fred Keller and other elected officials got a first-hand look on Jan. 31 at the nearly completed CDL training facility at Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center (SCCTC) at the Elk Lake School District. Keller expressed his enthusiasm for the program after also taking part in a roundtable discussion about the funding of trades education.
America’s farmers have faced many difficulties over the past several decades.
Misaligned trade deals, troubling weather patterns, and an onslaught of attacks from anti-agriculture activists have all contributed to an unfortunately high number of struggling family farms representative of the entire agriculture industry.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) announced Friday that the Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded $1,256,170.00 in combined grant funds to Williamsport, Pa.
The grant breakdown is $1,035,675 from the Community Development Block Grant Program and $220,495 from the HOME Program.
Presidential candidate and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg appeared to belittle both farmers and factory workers in 2016 comments made at a university forum, continuing a trend of old remarks resurfacing to plague the billionaire's bid for the Democratic nomination.
WTAJ covers Congressman Keller's announcement of HUD grants to State College - February 14, 2020
WATM covers Congressman Keller's announcement of HUD grants to State College - February 14, 2020
In an exclusive interview with ABC’s Pierre Thomas, Attorney General Bill Barr speaks about Trump’s tweets getting in the way of him doing his job.
U.S. Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA 12th District) weighs in on AG Barr, and also shows support for the PA Dairy farmers, with whom he’ll spend a lot of the holiday weekend with.
Rep. Fred Keller (R-PA), as part of a bipartisan group of House lawmakers, met Wednesday with U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue at the Secretary’s office in Washington, D.C., where he emphasized the importance of Pennsylvania’s hardwoods industry.