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GOP attempts to rewrite history; Transparency under threat in Halfmoon Township.

The Historic University Club has opened it’s doors for the last time. The University Club opened decades prior to the area’s historic staples — 12 years before The Corner Room, 19 years before the Rathskeller, 24 years before the State Theatre and 34 years before The Tavern.

Pennsylvania Reports Smallest COVID-19 Case Increase Since July; Centre County Adds 3 Positives.

Fighting rages on in Ukraine as Russian forces continue their assault for a third week. 

Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby Says No-Fly Zone Has A “Nice Air Policing Kind Of Sound To It.”

Russia is reportedly asking China for help.

U.S. officials say that Russia has asked China for both military and economic support following its invasion of Ukraine. It’s unclear if China has responded to the request, but National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan says “there will absolutely be consequences.”A spokesperson for the Chinese embassy in the U.S. said he was unaware of Russia’s request. The Russian embassy has not commented on the report.

Meanwhile, an American journalist is dead and another is hospitalized after an attack by Russian forces in Ukraine.

Barack Obama Says He’s Feeling Fine After Testing Positive For Covid.

Gas prices are holding steady at four-32 a gallon nationwide. 

A Minneapolis teachers strike will go on for another school week.

Oscar-Winning Actor Dies at 71:  William Hurt, an acclaimed actor best known for his performance in 1985’s “Kiss of the Spider Woman” and his work in “Broadcast News,” “A History of Violence” and “Children of a Lesser God,” died Sunday (March 13) of natural causes. He was 71 years old.

Sports

Remember the time that Tom Brady said he was retiring? Well, never mind. At precisely 7:13pm ET last night, Brady took to Twitter to announce he’s had a change of heart. “These past two months I’ve realized my place is still on the field and not in the stands,” he explains. “That time will come. But it’s not now. I love my teammates, and I love my supportive family. They make it all possible. I’m coming back for my 23rd season in Tampa. Unfinished business LFG.”

Penn State Men’s Hockey: Nittany Lions Fall 3-2 at Minnesota in Big Ten Tournament Semifinals.

The Penn State men’s tennis team (7-7) dropped a 4-3 contest to Tulane in Tempe on Sunday afternoon.

The Nittany Lions earned fifth place at the Spring Break Tournament hosted by Arizona State. 

NHL – The Penguins over Carolina, 4-2. The Flyers fell short Montreal in OT, 4-3.

NBA – The 76ers defeated Orlando., 116-114.