Jay Paterno Discusses His Race For Lieutenant Governor For years, Jay Paterno was on the field with his dad as an assistant coach at Penn State. Now he wants to be lieutenant governor. Missionary Offers Insider’s View Of Unrest In Ukraine A local missionary is in Ukraine and gives us his unique perspective on the protests and unrest.
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