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  1. The whistleblower has been brutally tortured and he and his wife have lived in fear of death. The guilty parties thought their threats silenced him. Further damning evidence was sealed for alleged National Security purposes in a federal court in Maryland. False charges were brought against the whistleblower. He decided to risk his life to speak truth. He did so as a believer in God. He is a hero. In time, I pray that he will be pardoned and honored for his courage in revealing the truth. If FBI or other nefarious actors harm him now they will only further indict themselves and prove their guilt. Pray for Psalm 91 protection for this brave man and whistleblower. - Lin 🙏❤️🇺🇸
  2. I am trying to get the audio & video... these are just images below Here is a link from youtube, but I'm sure they will delete these. You should filter the search to "TODAY" https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Lin+Wood
  3. Joseph R. Maleski, age 85 of DuBois, PA died Sunday, January 17, 2021 at Highlandview Healthcare in Brockway, PA. Born on November 11, 1935 in DuBois, PA, he was the son of the late Enoch and Ida (Ball) Maleski. He was a veteran of the United states Air Force having served during the Korean War. Joe had been self employed as a painter for many years. He was a member of St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church. He enjoyed fly fishing in Kettle Creek, hunting, polka dancing and going to the YMCA on a daily basis. He is survived by 3 sons; (Steven M. Maleski & his wife Stacey Mumma of DuBois, PA, Brian V. Maleski & his wife Lori of Rockton, PA, and Ronald J. Maleski of DuBois, PA), 4 grandchildren; (Brian, Joseph, John and Heather Maleski) and 1 brother (Gerald Maleski of Massillion, OH). Due to our current circumstances a private family funeral service will be held from the Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc. with Msgr. Richard Siefer officiating. Full military honors will be accorded by the DuBois Area Honor Guard. Burial will be in Morningside Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the DuBois Area YMCA, 25 Parkway Drive, DuBois, PA 15801. Online condolences can be sent to http://baronickfuneralhome.com/condolence
  4. Penn Highlands DuBois to Host Blood Drive Friday, January 22 with Free COVID-19 Antibody Testing DuBOIS, PA (January 15, 2020) – With blood in short supply in our region, Penn Highlands DuBois and the Community Blood Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania & Western New York ask the community to please consider donating blood on Friday, January 22, between 10 AM and 3:30 PM inside the Central Resource Center Assembly Room at 204 Hospital Avenue on the Penn Highlands DuBois West campus. Once more and for a limited time, Community Blood Bank is offering free COVID-19 antibody testing to those who donate to help determine whether you have been infected with the virus in the past. Please note COVID-19 safety precautions remain in effect, and donors must wear masks. Walk-ins welcome, though donors may prefer to schedule an appointment by visiting www.ourdonorssavelives.org and clicking “Donate Now.” Thank you.
  5. Glenn and Ruth Mengle Foundation continue Penn State DuBois scholarship support DuBOIS, Pa. - The Glenn and Ruth Mengle Foundation of DuBois, Pennsylvania, has made a $20,000 gift to support the Glenn and Ruth Mengle Foundation Scholarship at Penn State DuBois. First established in 1998 with a $15,000 gift, the foundation pledges support to this scholarship fund each year. This latest contribution will help to serve the fund’s original goal of making education more affordable and accessible to students who have financial need in covering the cost of college expenses. First preference is offered to students whose cultural or ethnic background contributes to the diversity of the student population at Penn State DuBois. All students who have demonstrated a need for financial assistance and show promise of outstanding academic success are eligible for consideration. The Mengle Foundation has long been a supporter of many educational and service-oriented initiatives at Penn State DuBois in addition to scholarships. Other areas the foundation has supported include the funding of technology upgrades in the classroom; Alternative Spring Break trips, during which students volunteer to serve communities in need; and the North Central PA LaunchBox, which provides support and programming to help business and industry thrive in the North Central Pennsylvania region. “The Mengle Foundation exemplifies the power of community support,” said Penn State DuBois Chancellor M. Scott McBride. “Generations of students have enjoyed greater access to higher education thanks to the positive impact this foundation has had on our campus. Those students have gone on to find rewarding careers that allow them, as well, to pay things forward to their communities. We are so grateful to be part of this organization’s lasting legacy.” Representatives from First Commonwealth Bank-Trust serve as trustees for the Glenn and Ruth Mengle Foundation. The foundation was established in 1960 by Glenn Mengle, then president and CEO of Brockway Glass, with his wife, Ruth, to support charitable, religious, scientific, literary or educational activities. This gift will advance "A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence," a focused campaign that seeks to elevate Penn State’s position as a leading public university in a world defined by rapid change and global connections. With the support of alumni and friends, “A Greater Penn State” seeks to fulfill the three key imperatives of a 21st-century public university: keeping the doors to higher education open to hardworking students regardless of financial well-being; creating transformative experiences that go beyond the classroom; and impacting the world by serving communities and fueling discovery, innovation and entrepreneurship. To learn more about “A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence,” visit greaterpennstate.psu.edu For more information on all giving at Penn State DuBois, contact Director of Development Jean Wolf, at 814-372-3038 or jaw57@psu.edu
  6. 96 TEARS--- ? and The MYSTERIANS !
  7. Dolores “Dolly” Jean Fairman Gearhart, age 84 of Treasure Lake, DuBois, PA went to heaven to be with the Lord on January 16, 2021 at Christ The King Manor. Born on August 3, 1936 in DuBois, PA, Dolly was the daughter of Eleanor Reed Fairman and William Fairman, Jr. She was raised with her family in Luthersburg, PA on the Hahne Brewery Farm. She moved to DuBois when Fairman Farm was established in 1953. Her first job was delivering milk with her father. She attended Brady High School and graduated from DuBois High School in 1954. Dolly was employed by the Worker’s Loan Office, Riverside Markets and B.F. Goodrich Corporation before taking a position with DuBois Area School District where she worked as a secretary for 25 years, mostly at Juniata Elementary. Dolly married Alvin Gearhart on October 27, 1957 at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church. He survives. They resided in Pittsburgh for 3 years before returning to DuBois and Treasure Lake where they spent many happy years. Dolly was a member of First Baptist Church in DuBois and the Treasure Lake Church. She was an excellent homemaker, cook and a beautiful woman inside and out. She went above and beyond to care for all of her family. She was a wonderful wife and absolutely fantastic, loving and selfless mother. She is survived by her husband of 63 years, Alvin W. Gearhart, daughter Allison Gearhart Cornelius, sister Peggy Fairman Dickey and brothers Tom Fairman and Richard Fairman. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother William Fairman III, son in law Bruce Cornelius and an infant son. Due to our current circumstances a private family visitation and funeral service will be held from the Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc. Burial will be in Salem Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Treasure Lake Church, 226 Treasure Lake, DuBois, PA 15801. Online condolences can be sent to http://baronickfuneralhome.com/condolence
  8. Alice Cooper - "Elected" (Official Video)
  9. When Scott Burrows became paralyzed from his chest down in a car crash, his doctor effectively told him to give up hope. Luckily for him, his father was there to tell him what to do when they try to make you give up. This is a story of determination, and the obstacles that we allow to stop us
  10. Sarah McLachlan Singing Angel in Her Home Studio
  11. https://thedcpatriot.com/nasa-scientist-pleads-guilty-to-lying-about-china-ties/
  12. https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/coronavirus/state-department-says-new-evidence-points-wuhan-lab-accuses-china
  13. Richard Louis “Dick” Fioravanti of DuBois passed away January 15, 2021 at Christ the King Manor. He was known as “Uncle Dick” to everyone. Uncle Dick was born December 1, 1930 in DuBois to the late Anao “Naylor” and Mary (Bergotti) Fioravanti. He graduated from St. Catherine’s High School in 1948 in a class of 28 students. Uncle Dick’s first job was as a brick layer for .39 cents an hour then, was employed at the DuBois Brewery. He served in the Army during the Korean War where he was stationed in Germany. When he returned, he lived and worked construction in CA and FL. Uncle Dick was a longtime employee of Brockway Glass as Group Leader Application Development Management Information Services, where he retired December, 1988. He was a member of St. Catherine’s Roman Catholic Church, the Big O, Litts Club, Pulaski Club, the VFW and the Fraternal of the Eagles. I’m sure there are a few we missed. Besides his parents he was preceded in death by a brother Nicholas Fioravanti (wife Antoinette survives). He is survived by his sister with whom he resided, Angelina “Angie” Lucia Russell. His nieces and nephew, (Denise (Tim) Tomco of North Versailles, Corrine (Randy) Jackson of North Huntingdon, Louis (Stacey) Russell, Jr. of Erie and Nicole (Cory) Sawyers of DuBois), 11 great nephews and nieces, (Robbie and Kenny (Jayme) Tomco, Nicholas and Benjamin Jackson, Taylor, Teddy (fiancé Caitlyn) and Olivia Russell, Mia, Alex and Ryan Kovalyak & Santino Sawyer), Great-Great nephew and niece Jace and Raegan Tomco. Uncle Dick’s memory for stories, dates and names was phenomenal, his story telling was second to none. In the early 1960’s Uncle Dick and a couple of friends left for a Notre Dame football game on Thursday and got to the game on Saturday at the end of the 3rd quarter. When we asked what took so long, he said “there are a lot of bars between here and South Bend”. We are sure he could still name all the bars. He loved to watch any sport that his nephews and nieces were playing. Uncle Dick we love you and we all will miss you. There will be no public visitation and private funeral services will be held from the Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc with Msgr. Richard Siefer officiating. The Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc. is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences can be made to http://baronickfuneralhome.com/condolence
  14. Dan Hartman - I Can Dream About You
  15. A leaked zoom call shows US Federal Employees openly discussing how to sabotage the trump administration with leaking and/or withholding information. Unbelievable...
  16. The Carpenters - Yesterday Once More - Gigi De Lana, Jon Cruz
  17. You won't hear anything like this on MSM .. !
  18. Things are tying together ... wow
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