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Robert Zimmerman Jr., who will be named the 2019 Sunbury Rotary Club Citizen of the Year on Thursday, had his award and accolades announced to the nation Tuesday by Congressman Fred Keller.
Keller, R-12, gave a one-minute speech about the owner of Zimmerman’s Chrysler Dodge Jeep and Ram Truck that was broadcast by C-SPAN and later uploaded to Keller's Youtube channel.
ep. Fred Keller, R-Pa., on Wednesday ripped the House inquiry of President Donald Trump on the "War Room: Impeachment" show live on Newsmax TV as "the Nancy Pelosi-Adam Schiff whac-a-mole impeachment process."
Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist and a "War Room" host, chuckled at Keller's slam. The program is also hosted by Jason Miller and Raheem Kassam.
Rep. Fred Keller, R-Pa., says Democrats, obsessed with the possible impeachment of President Donald Trump, have left the American people behind.
His comments came in a column posted by the Washington Examiner on Tuesday.
Democrats in Congress have become so obsessed with impeaching President Trump and overturning the results of the 2016 election that they have left the American people behind.
Eighteen House Oversight Committee Republicans on Monday called on Democrats to abandon its "one-sided" impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump in order to "tackle the pressing issues that affect all Americans."
Like most high school bands, the Loyalsock Township High School marching band begins practicing in the summer, learning their show, perfecting the movements and the notes, tying together the color guard, the music, and the performance. They performed throughout the fall season for the weekly football crowds. They marched in parades.
BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP — For volunteers with Happy Tails No Kill Animal Shelter, Inc., the light has always been at the end of the tunnel, so to speak, for the completion of its building. But now, after being awarded $279,800 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, they say it is much brighter.
The State College Spikes face an uncertain future, but they will be “open for business” in 2020.
The Spikes are one of 42 teams that would lose their affiliation with a major league club under a plan to restructure the minor leagues after next season.
Celebrity testimony is an age-old political stunt on Capitol Hill. If you want the press at your hearing, you lunge at the chance to have a star athlete, or a famous singer or actor, bring some zing to your issue. Democrats do this better because they have a lot more friends in Hollywood and they're always more willing to push the envelope with silliness.
Congressman Fred Keller announced on Thursday, Nov. 14, that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded $279,800 in Rural Development investment money to Happy Tails No Kill Animal Shelter in Towanda.
The award includes a $229,800 loan and $50,000 grant.