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Centre County looks to divest Russian assets from retirement fund over Ukraine invasion

U.S. Rep. Fred Keller announced on Monday he will not seek reelection, saying he won’t run against another Republican incumbent in Pennsylvania’s redrawn congressional districts.

Centre County Library Receives New Technology Donation to Aid People with Low Vision

In his State of the Union speech last night, President Joe Biden slammed Russian President Vladimir Putin for starting a “premeditated and unprovoked war.” The President also said his top priority is to get prices under control. 

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is warning that his country — which has a much smaller military than Russia — needs more help to prevent the crisis from spreading across Europe. Key cities in Ukraine were attacked from several sides yesterday, with Russia launching rockets that struck buildings in the center of the capital Kyiv. 


A growing list of energy companies, including BP, Shell, and now ExxonMobil, have announced they will leave Russia over its invasion of Ukraine. 

Ukraine says the site of a Holocaust memorial was hit during an Russian missile strike on a nearby TV tower.

Russia is taking new steps to contain the financial fallout of its attack on Ukraine. 

The CDC says the pandemic played a role in fewer children being born last year. 

A new study shows walking daily may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia.  Researchers in Washington followed nearly 650-thousand veterans over nine years. 

Sports

NHL – Edmonton shutout the Flyers, 3-0.

Major League Baseball has cancelled their Opening Day because the league and players union failed to reach a new contract. The first two series of the year have been cancelled 


 Makenna Marisa was tabbed All-Big Ten first team by the coaches and media to lead Penn State’s selections among conference postseason honorees, announced on Tuesday.

Penn State men’s lacrosse players earned weekly awards at the national and conference level Tuesday for their performances in a 10-6 win over No. 5 Yale over the weekend. 

The Penn State Nittany Lion wrestling team (17-0, 8-0 B1G) will head to the 2022 Big Ten Wrestling Championships this coming weekend. The two-day event is hosted by the University of Nebraska and takes place on Saturday and Sunday, March 4-5. The Nittany Lions finished the regular season with a with an unblemished 17-0 overall record and won the 2022 Big Ten Regular Season (dual meet) title with an 8-0 conference mark.