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doctorate degree. The band received much publicity for its energetic politically charged performances during the tour. At many shows during the 2003 North American tour, Vedder performed "Bu$hleaguer" with a rubber mask of George W. Bush, wearing it at the beginning of the song and then hanging it on a mic stand to allow him to sing. The band made news when it was reported that several fans left after Vedder had "impaled" the Bush mask on his mic stand at the band's April 1, 2003 show in Denver (Denver, Colorado), Colorado show at the Pepsi Center. '''Robert Bray Mitinger''' (February 13, 1940 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania – September 25, 2004 in State College, Pennsylvania) was a professional football (American football) player, attorney (Attorney at law (United States)) and civic leader. After football In 1966, Mitinger earned a law degree at the University of San Diego, which he attended in the AFL (American Football League) off-season. He was an attorney (Attorney at law (United States)) for the AFL (American Football League) Players Association in 1968 and 1969. In 1970, he returned to State College, Pennsylvania where he practiced law for 30 years, starting his own law firm in 1984. He was also an instructor of business and real estate law at Penn State University from 1971 to 1994. He died September 27, 2004 at the Mount Nittany Medical Center in State College, Pennsylvania from complications from stomach cancer. He was 64. After the analog television shutdown and digital conversion (DTV transition) that took place on 12th June, 2009 http: www.dailyamerican.com articles 2009 02 08 news news news894.txt , WJAC-TV remained on its current pre-transition UHF channel number 34. WJAC-TV FCC DTV status report However, through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers will display the station's virtual channel as 6. http: licensing.fcc.gov cgi-bin ws.exe prod cdbs pubacc prod sta_det.pl?Facility_id 73120 The nearby mountain ridges had prevented most of Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) and all of State College (State College, Pennsylvania) from receiving the analog signal; conversely, many of Pittsburgh's outer-ring eastern and Westmoreland County (Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania) suburbs actually got a grade B signal from WJAC. Because the audio portion of VHF channel 6 was transmitted at 87.75 MHz, it was possible to listen to the television station on most standard FM car radios (or any standard FM radio for that matter). This was a feature frequently employed by area residents. However, this is no longer an option after the digital conversion. On 8th August, 2008, WJAC-TV unveiled a new set designed by FX Group in Orlando, Florida. http: www.wjactv.com 60thanniversary 17122940 detail.html http: tribune-democrat.com local x519170492 WJAC-news-de-emphasizes-channel-number-undergoes-makeover The station also unveiled a new graphics package and changed its on-air branding from its long standing "Channel 6" to "WJAC-TV" as different cable companies now carry the station on different channels. http: tribune-democrat.com local x519170492 WJAC-news-de-emphasizes-channel-number-undergoes-makeover In addition to its main studios, the station operates bureaus in State College (State College, Pennsylvania), Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania), and DuBois (DuBois, Pennsylvania). thumb ''"Friction with the Market": Henry James and the Profession of Authorship'' by Michael Anesko (Image:Friction with the Market.JPG) '''Michael Anesko''' is an U.S. (United States) literary critic, writer and professor. He is perhaps best known for his studies of 19th century American novelists, in particular, Henry James and William Dean Howells. He is currently an associate professor of English (English studies) at Pennsylvania State University, planning to return to teaching in fall 2008 after a year-long sabbatical, and previously served as faculty advisor for the department's undergraduate honors program. He lives in State College, Pennsylvania, where he was born, and also in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The two outlets share studios on Scalp Avenue PA 56 (Pennsylvania Route 56) in Richland Township (Richland Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania) (official address is Johnstown) and operate advertising sales bureaus in Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) (on East Walton Avenue PA 764 (Pennsylvania Route 764)) and State College (State College, Pennsylvania) (on West Beaver Avenue PA 26 (Pennsylvania Route 26)). Syndicated (television syndication) programming on WWCP includes ''How I Met Your Mother'', ''Family Guy'', ''My Name Is Earl'', and ''Everybody Loves Raymond'' among others. The station can also be seen in high definition on WATM's second digital subchannel. This broadcasts on UHF channel 24.2 (or virtual channel 23.2 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Logan Township (Logan Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania) along the Cambria (Cambria County, Pennsylvania) County line. * Format: CD May 6, 1980 Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania May 7, 1980 Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York -


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; ref http: www.bestplaces.net zip-code pennsylvania state_college 16801 In the August issue of ''Rolling Stone'' magazine, '''Robert Bray Mitinger''' (February 13, 1940 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania – September 25, 2004 in State College, Pennsylvania) was a professional football (American football) player, attorney (Attorney at law (United States)) and civic leader. After football In 1966, Mitinger earned a law degree at the University of San Diego, which he attended in the AFL (American Football League) off-season. He was an attorney (Attorney at law (United States)) for the AFL (American Football League) Players Association in 1968 and 1969. In 1970, he returned to State College, Pennsylvania where he practiced law for 30 years, starting his own law firm in 1984. He was also an instructor of business and real estate law at Penn State University from 1971 to 1994. He died September 27, 2004 at the Mount Nittany Medical Center in State College, Pennsylvania from complications from stomach cancer. He was 64. After the analog television shutdown and digital conversion (DTV transition) that took place on 12th June, 2009 http: www.dailyamerican.com articles 2009 02 08 news news news894.txt , WJAC-TV remained on its current pre-transition UHF channel number 34. WJAC-TV FCC DTV status report However, through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers will display the station's virtual channel as 6. http: licensing.fcc.gov cgi-bin ws.exe prod cdbs pubacc prod sta_det.pl?Facility_id 73120 The nearby mountain ridges had prevented most of Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) and all of State College (State College, Pennsylvania) from receiving the analog signal; conversely, many of Pittsburgh's outer-ring eastern and Westmoreland County (Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania) suburbs actually got a grade B signal from WJAC. Because the audio portion of VHF channel 6 was transmitted at 87.75 MHz, it was possible to listen to the television station on most standard FM car radios (or any standard FM radio for that matter). This was a feature frequently employed by area residents. However, this is no longer an option after the digital conversion. On 8th August, 2008, WJAC-TV unveiled a new set designed by FX Group in Orlando, Florida. http: www.wjactv.com 60thanniversary 17122940 detail.html http: tribune-democrat.com local x519170492 WJAC-news-de-emphasizes-channel-number-undergoes-makeover The station also unveiled a new graphics package and changed its on-air branding from its long standing "Channel 6" to "WJAC-TV" as different cable companies now carry the station on different channels. http: tribune-democrat.com local x519170492 WJAC-news-de-emphasizes-channel-number-undergoes-makeover In addition to its main studios, the station operates bureaus in State College (State College, Pennsylvania), Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania), and DuBois (DuBois, Pennsylvania). thumb ''"Friction with the Market": Henry James and the Profession of Authorship'' by Michael Anesko (Image:Friction with the Market.JPG) '''Michael Anesko''' is an U.S. (United States) literary critic, writer and professor. He is perhaps best known for his studies of 19th century American novelists, in particular, Henry James and William Dean Howells. He is currently an associate professor of English (English studies) at Pennsylvania State University, planning to return to teaching in fall 2008 after a year-long sabbatical, and previously served as faculty advisor for the department's undergraduate honors program. He lives in State College, Pennsylvania, where he was born, and also in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The two outlets share studios on Scalp Avenue PA 56 (Pennsylvania Route 56) in Richland Township (Richland Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania) (official address is Johnstown) and operate advertising sales bureaus in Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) (on East Walton Avenue PA 764 (Pennsylvania Route 764)) and State College (State College, Pennsylvania) (on West Beaver Avenue PA 26 (Pennsylvania Route 26)). Syndicated (television syndication) programming on WWCP includes ''How I Met Your Mother'', ''Family Guy'', ''My Name Is Earl'', and ''Everybody Loves Raymond'' among others. The station can also be seen in high definition on WATM's second digital subchannel. This broadcasts on UHF channel 24.2 (or virtual channel 23.2 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Logan Township (Logan Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania) along the Cambria (Cambria County, Pennsylvania) County line. * Format: CD May 6, 1980 Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania May 7, 1980 Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York -


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no presence in the Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania)–State College (State College, Pennsylvania)–Johnstown (Johnstown, Pennsylvania) area because of Sheetz, Meg Major, "Fancy Footwork", ''Progressive Grocer'' May 15, 2006. Describes the competitors and stresses the advanced development in the Pennsylvania market. but is predominant in the Pittsburgh region where Sheetz also dominates, as well as South Central Pennsylvania around the state capital


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StateTheatre . StateTheatre. Retrieved on 2011-03-30. * Stone Valley Recreation Area * Tussey Mountain – winter and summer activities including skiing, snowboarding, swimming, golf, and more Media State College's daily newspaper is the ''Centre Daily Times'' (part of the McClatchy Company chain). Alternative newspapers include the ''Centre County Gazette'' and ''State College City Guide


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games. Clubhouses also include a bar area with several smaller televisions. - Penn State Nittany Lions 1 Pennsylvania State University State College (State College, Pennsylvania) Big Ten Conference - thumb Tahoka Freeway, 1979 (File:Tahoka Freeway 1.jpg) '''Tahoka Freeway''' was a bar band from State College, Pennsylvania, during the 1980s. Their genre of music was a mix of country and rock, popular at the time. In 1981 they released a 45 RPM record containing "Light Rain" and "Scenery"; both songs received airplay on local radio. "Light Rain" was re-released on a 1994 CD, "QWK TOUR - 25 Years of State College Sound Checks", released to celebrate the 25th anniversary of radio station WQWK (WQWK (defunct))-FM. The members included Terry Whitlock, A.J Sottile, Marc Lewis, Andy Jackman,and Fred Curdts. And also former members Larry Bish and Wayne Addleman. Kahn grew up in State College, Pennsylvania. When he was 15 his family moved to the Washington, DC area, where he graduated from Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School. His grandfather Gabriel Kahn, his mother Rosalind Kahn, and his father Benjamin Kahn, a rabbi, instilled a strong sense of the family's Jewish heritage as well as teaching him the rudiments of rhythm and harmony as a child. His uncle, Arnold Aronson, executive secretary of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, helped inspire and shape Kahn's career. Si Kahn, ''Creative Community Organizing'' (San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2010), p. 121. Kahn earned a bachelors degree from Harvard University. In 1995 he completed a Ph.D. in American Studies from the Union Institute. The '''Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts''' (officially abbreviated as CPFA) is held each year in State College, Pennsylvania and on the campus of Pennsylvania State University. '''Robert Bray Mitinger''' (February 13, 1940 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania – September 25, 2004 in State College, Pennsylvania) was a professional football (American football) player, attorney (Attorney at law (United States)) and civic leader. After football In 1966, Mitinger earned a law degree at the University of San Diego, which he attended in the AFL (American Football League) off-season. He was an attorney (Attorney at law (United States)) for the AFL (American Football League) Players Association in 1968 and 1969. In 1970, he returned to State College, Pennsylvania where he practiced law for 30 years, starting his own law firm in 1984. He was also an instructor of business and real estate law at Penn State University from 1971 to 1994. He died September 27, 2004 at the Mount Nittany Medical Center in State College, Pennsylvania from complications from stomach cancer. He was 64. After the analog television shutdown and digital conversion (DTV transition) that took place on 12th June, 2009 http: www.dailyamerican.com articles 2009 02 08 news news news894.txt , WJAC-TV remained on its current pre-transition UHF channel number 34. WJAC-TV FCC DTV status report However, through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers will display the station's virtual channel as 6. http: licensing.fcc.gov cgi-bin ws.exe prod cdbs pubacc prod sta_det.pl?Facility_id 73120 The nearby mountain ridges had prevented most of Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) and all of State College (State College, Pennsylvania) from receiving the analog signal; conversely, many of Pittsburgh's outer-ring eastern and Westmoreland County (Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania) suburbs actually got a grade B signal from WJAC. Because the audio portion of VHF channel 6 was transmitted at 87.75 MHz, it was possible to listen to the television station on most standard FM car radios (or any standard FM radio for that matter). This was a feature frequently employed by area residents. However, this is no longer an option after the digital conversion. On 8th August, 2008, WJAC-TV unveiled a new set designed by FX Group in Orlando, Florida. http: www.wjactv.com 60thanniversary 17122940 detail.html http: tribune-democrat.com local x519170492 WJAC-news-de-emphasizes-channel-number-undergoes-makeover The station also unveiled a new graphics package and changed its on-air branding from its long standing "Channel 6" to "WJAC-TV" as different cable companies now carry the station on different channels. http: tribune-democrat.com local x519170492 WJAC-news-de-emphasizes-channel-number-undergoes-makeover In addition to its main studios, the station operates bureaus in State College (State College, Pennsylvania), Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania), and DuBois (DuBois, Pennsylvania). thumb ''"Friction with the Market": Henry James and the Profession of Authorship'' by Michael Anesko (Image:Friction with the Market.JPG) '''Michael Anesko''' is an U.S. (United States) literary critic, writer and professor. He is perhaps best known for his studies of 19th century American novelists, in particular, Henry James and William Dean Howells. He is currently an associate professor of English (English studies) at Pennsylvania State University, planning to return to teaching in fall 2008 after a year-long sabbatical, and previously served as faculty advisor for the department's undergraduate honors program. He lives in State College, Pennsylvania, where he was born, and also in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The two outlets share studios on Scalp Avenue PA 56 (Pennsylvania Route 56) in Richland Township (Richland Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania) (official address is Johnstown) and operate advertising sales bureaus in Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) (on East Walton Avenue PA 764 (Pennsylvania Route 764)) and State College (State College, Pennsylvania) (on West Beaver Avenue PA 26 (Pennsylvania Route 26)). Syndicated (television syndication) programming on WWCP includes ''How I Met Your Mother'', ''Family Guy'', ''My Name Is Earl'', and ''Everybody Loves Raymond'' among others. The station can also be seen in high definition on WATM's second digital subchannel. This broadcasts on UHF channel 24.2 (or virtual channel 23.2 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Logan Township (Logan Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania) along the Cambria (Cambria County, Pennsylvania) County line. * Format: CD May 6, 1980 Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania May 7, 1980 Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York -


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, served by Chief Thomas R. King. Prison State College is located about 11 miles from the State Correctional Institution – Rockview, which is known as the state penitentiary, or the "state pen" in humorous opposition to "Penn State." Fire protection The Alpha Fire Company http


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Resident Theatre Company (URTC) * Rec Hall - a field house that is home of the Men's and Women's Penn State Gymnastics, Volleyball, and Wrestling * Schlow Centre Region Library * Smeal College of Business - a beautiful building with an impressive facade that houses Penn State's business program * State College Municipal Building * The State Theatre (State Theatre (State College, Pennsylvania)) – Centre County's Performing Arts Center StateTheatre. StateTheatre. Retrieved on 2011-03-30. * Stone Valley Recreation Area * Tussey Mountain – winter and summer activities including skiing, snowboarding, swimming, golf, and more '''Robert Bray Mitinger''' (February 13, 1940 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania – September 25, 2004 in State College, Pennsylvania) was a professional football (American football) player, attorney (Attorney at law (United States)) and civic leader. After football In 1966, Mitinger earned a law degree at the University of San Diego, which he attended in the AFL (American Football League) off-season. He was an attorney (Attorney at law (United States)) for the AFL (American Football League) Players Association in 1968 and 1969. In 1970, he returned to State College, Pennsylvania where he practiced law for 30 years, starting his own law firm in 1984. He was also an instructor of business and real estate law at Penn State University from 1971 to 1994. He died September 27, 2004 at the Mount Nittany Medical Center in State College, Pennsylvania from complications from stomach cancer. He was 64. After the analog television shutdown and digital conversion (DTV transition) that took place on 12th June, 2009 http: www.dailyamerican.com articles 2009 02 08 news news news894.txt , WJAC-TV remained on its current pre-transition UHF channel number 34. WJAC-TV FCC DTV status report However, through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers will display the station's virtual channel as 6. http: licensing.fcc.gov cgi-bin ws.exe prod cdbs pubacc prod sta_det.pl?Facility_id 73120 The nearby mountain ridges had prevented most of Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) and all of State College (State College, Pennsylvania) from receiving the analog signal; conversely, many of Pittsburgh's outer-ring eastern and Westmoreland County (Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania) suburbs actually got a grade B signal from WJAC. Because the audio portion of VHF channel 6 was transmitted at 87.75 MHz, it was possible to listen to the television station on most standard FM car radios (or any standard FM radio for that matter). This was a feature frequently employed by area residents. However, this is no longer an option after the digital conversion. On 8th August, 2008, WJAC-TV unveiled a new set designed by FX Group in Orlando, Florida. http: www.wjactv.com 60thanniversary 17122940 detail.html http: tribune-democrat.com local x519170492 WJAC-news-de-emphasizes-channel-number-undergoes-makeover The station also unveiled a new graphics package and changed its on-air branding from its long standing "Channel 6" to "WJAC-TV" as different cable companies now carry the station on different channels. http: tribune-democrat.com local x519170492 WJAC-news-de-emphasizes-channel-number-undergoes-makeover In addition to its main studios, the station operates bureaus in State College (State College, Pennsylvania), Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania), and DuBois (DuBois, Pennsylvania). thumb ''"Friction with the Market": Henry James and the Profession of Authorship'' by Michael Anesko (Image:Friction with the Market.JPG) '''Michael Anesko''' is an U.S. (United States) literary critic, writer and professor. He is perhaps best known for his studies of 19th century American novelists, in particular, Henry James and William Dean Howells. He is currently an associate professor of English (English studies) at Pennsylvania State University, planning to return to teaching in fall 2008 after a year-long sabbatical, and previously served as faculty advisor for the department's undergraduate honors program. He lives in State College, Pennsylvania, where he was born, and also in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The two outlets share studios on Scalp Avenue PA 56 (Pennsylvania Route 56) in Richland Township (Richland Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania) (official address is Johnstown) and operate advertising sales bureaus in Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) (on East Walton Avenue PA 764 (Pennsylvania Route 764)) and State College (State College, Pennsylvania) (on West Beaver Avenue PA 26 (Pennsylvania Route 26)). Syndicated (television syndication) programming on WWCP includes ''How I Met Your Mother'', ''Family Guy'', ''My Name Is Earl'', and ''Everybody Loves Raymond'' among others. The station can also be seen in high definition on WATM's second digital subchannel. This broadcasts on UHF channel 24.2 (or virtual channel 23.2 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Logan Township (Logan Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania) along the Cambria (Cambria County, Pennsylvania) County line. * Format: CD May 6, 1980 Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania May 7, 1980 Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York -


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, Toni Collette and Shirley MacLaine by 20th Century Fox. Her sixth novel, ''Best Friends Forever'', was a No. 1 ''New York Times'' bestseller (The New York Times Best Seller list) and made Publishers Weekly's list of the longest-running bestsellers of the year.industry-news publisher-news article 45712-bestsellers-10-the-year-in-bestsellers.html "Bestsellers '10: The Year in Bestsellers". ''Publishers Weekly


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quint (quint (fire apparatus)) and one heavy rescue vehicle. The department's annual run total is around 1100. '''Robert Bray Mitinger''' (February 13, 1940 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania – September 25, 2004 in State College, Pennsylvania) was a professional football (American football) player, attorney (Attorney at law (United States)) and civic leader. After football In 1966, Mitinger earned a law degree at the University of San Diego, which he attended in the AFL (American Football League) off-season. He was an attorney (Attorney at law (United States)) for the AFL (American Football League) Players Association in 1968 and 1969. In 1970, he returned to State College, Pennsylvania where he practiced law for 30 years, starting his own law firm in 1984. He was also an instructor of business and real estate law at Penn State University from 1971 to 1994. He died September 27, 2004 at the Mount Nittany Medical Center in State College, Pennsylvania from complications from stomach cancer. He was 64. After the analog television shutdown and digital conversion (DTV transition) that took place on 12th June, 2009 http: www.dailyamerican.com articles 2009 02 08 news news news894.txt , WJAC-TV remained on its current pre-transition UHF channel number 34. WJAC-TV FCC DTV status report However, through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers will display the station's virtual channel as 6. http: licensing.fcc.gov cgi-bin ws.exe prod cdbs pubacc prod sta_det.pl?Facility_id 73120 The nearby mountain ridges had prevented most of Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) and all of State College (State College, Pennsylvania) from receiving the analog signal; conversely, many of Pittsburgh's outer-ring eastern and Westmoreland County (Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania) suburbs actually got a grade B signal from WJAC. Because the audio portion of VHF channel 6 was transmitted at 87.75 MHz, it was possible to listen to the television station on most standard FM car radios (or any standard FM radio for that matter). This was a feature frequently employed by area residents. However, this is no longer an option after the digital conversion. On 8th August, 2008, WJAC-TV unveiled a new set designed by FX Group in Orlando, Florida. http: www.wjactv.com 60thanniversary 17122940 detail.html http: tribune-democrat.com local x519170492 WJAC-news-de-emphasizes-channel-number-undergoes-makeover The station also unveiled a new graphics package and changed its on-air branding from its long standing "Channel 6" to "WJAC-TV" as different cable companies now carry the station on different channels. http: tribune-democrat.com local x519170492 WJAC-news-de-emphasizes-channel-number-undergoes-makeover In addition to its main studios, the station operates bureaus in State College (State College, Pennsylvania), Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania), and DuBois (DuBois, Pennsylvania). thumb ''"Friction with the Market": Henry James and the Profession of Authorship'' by Michael Anesko (Image:Friction with the Market.JPG) '''Michael Anesko''' is an U.S. (United States) literary critic, writer and professor. He is perhaps best known for his studies of 19th century American novelists, in particular, Henry James and William Dean Howells. He is currently an associate professor of English (English studies) at Pennsylvania State University, planning to return to teaching in fall 2008 after a year-long sabbatical, and previously served as faculty advisor for the department's undergraduate honors program. He lives in State College, Pennsylvania, where he was born, and also in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The two outlets share studios on Scalp Avenue PA 56 (Pennsylvania Route 56) in Richland Township (Richland Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania) (official address is Johnstown) and operate advertising sales bureaus in Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) (on East Walton Avenue PA 764 (Pennsylvania Route 764)) and State College (State College, Pennsylvania) (on West Beaver Avenue PA 26 (Pennsylvania Route 26)). Syndicated (television syndication) programming on WWCP includes ''How I Met Your Mother'', ''Family Guy'', ''My Name Is Earl'', and ''Everybody Loves Raymond'' among others. The station can also be seen in high definition on WATM's second digital subchannel. This broadcasts on UHF channel 24.2 (or virtual channel 23.2 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Logan Township (Logan Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania) along the Cambria (Cambria County, Pennsylvania) County line. * Format: CD May 6, 1980 Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania May 7, 1980 Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York -


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Charter School Private schools * Children's House Montessori School * Saint Joseph's Catholic Academy * The Goddard School * Grace Prep High School Grace Prep High School : An Innovative, Award-winning School of Academic Excellence. Graceprep.com (2010-05-26). Retrieved on 2011-03-30. * Nittany Christian School Nittany Christian School

State College, Pennsylvania

'''State College''' is a home rule municipality (Home Rule Municipality (Pennsylvania)) in Centre County (Centre County, Pennsylvania) in the State (U.S. state) of Pennsylvania. It is the principal borough of the State College, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses all of Centre County. As of the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), the borough population was 42,034, and approximately 105,000 lived in the borough plus the surrounding townships often referred to locally as the "Centre Region." Many of these Centre Region communities also carry a "State College, PA" address although are not specifically part of the borough of State College.

The community is a college town, dominated economically and demographically by the presence of the University Park (University Park, Pennsylvania) campus of the Pennsylvania State University (Penn State). "Happy Valley" is another often-used term to refer to the State College area, including the borough and the townships of College, Harris, Patton, and Ferguson.

In 2010, State College was ranked as the third-safest metropolitan area in the United States by the ''CQ Press''. CQ Press City Crime Rankings 2010-2011 In 2013, it was ranked third best college town in the United States by the American Institute for Economic Research. AIER Names 75 Best College Towns and Cities for 2012-2013

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