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Senator Jake Corman toured a local clean energy manufacturer. This is what he saw. 1:27

Senator Jake Corman toured a local clean energy manufacturer. This is what he saw.

Penn State's Saquon Barkley scores on an 85-yard touchdown reception 0:07

Penn State's Saquon Barkley scores on an 85-yard touchdown reception

Timothy Piazza's parents attend preliminary court hearings 0:24

Timothy Piazza's parents attend preliminary court hearings

Protesters chant “blood on your hands” to Charlottesville City Council 1:14

Protesters chant “blood on your hands” to Charlottesville City Council

Meet PAWS' new dogs from the south 0:26

Meet PAWS' new dogs from the south

Man rescued after Mexico City factory collapses in earthquake 1:26

Man rescued after Mexico City factory collapses in earthquake

Here's what James Franklin has to say about Iowa 0:40

Here's what James Franklin has to say about Iowa

Franklin thinks Nittany Lions played a complete game 2:10

Franklin thinks Nittany Lions played a complete game

Gloria Merriex's unorthodox teaching method captured in images 0:42

Gloria Merriex's unorthodox teaching method captured in images

Costumes, Comics and more at Nittany Con 1:07

Costumes, Comics and more at Nittany Con

  • They lost their son in a rodeo accident. A year later, two parents set up a scholarship in his name.

    Sabine and Doug Lutz lost their 19-year-old son Coy after a rodeo accident in May 2016. In response to the tragedy, they started the Coy Lutz Memorial Scholarship Fund to help high school kids like Coy. On Friday and Saturday, they helped host a PRCA event at the Grange Fairgrounds as a tribute to their son.

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They lost their son in a rodeo accident. A year later, two parents set up a scholarship in his name. 3:43

They lost their son in a rodeo accident. A year later, two parents set up a scholarship in his name.

Penn State's Saquon Barkley scores on an 85-yard touchdown reception 0:07

Penn State's Saquon Barkley scores on an 85-yard touchdown reception

Timothy Piazza's parents attend preliminary court hearings 0:24

Timothy Piazza's parents attend preliminary court hearings

Protesters chant “blood on your hands” to Charlottesville City Council 1:14

Protesters chant “blood on your hands” to Charlottesville City Council

Meet PAWS' new dogs from the south 0:26

Meet PAWS' new dogs from the south

Man rescued after Mexico City factory collapses in earthquake 1:26

Man rescued after Mexico City factory collapses in earthquake

Here's what James Franklin has to say about Iowa 0:40

Here's what James Franklin has to say about Iowa

Franklin thinks Nittany Lions played a complete game 2:10

Franklin thinks Nittany Lions played a complete game

Gloria Merriex's unorthodox teaching method captured in images 0:42

Gloria Merriex's unorthodox teaching method captured in images

Costumes, Comics and more at Nittany Con 1:07

Costumes, Comics and more at Nittany Con

Senator Jake Corman toured a local clean energy manufacturer. This is what he saw.

State Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman, R-Benner Township, visited Homeland Manufacturing Services in State College to learn more about clean energy production and the industry’s job growth. Pennsylvania is 41st in the nation in clean energy production, according to the United States Energy Department.
Daniel A. Nelson dnelson@mcclatchy.com
Senator Jake Corman toured a local clean energy manufacturer. This is what he saw. 1:27

Senator Jake Corman toured a local clean energy manufacturer. This is what he saw.

Costumes, Comics and more at Nittany Con 1:07

Costumes, Comics and more at Nittany Con

They lost their son in a rodeo accident. A year later, two parents set up a scholarship in his name. 3:43

They lost their son in a rodeo accident. A year later, two parents set up a scholarship in his name.

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Crawling through the Great Insect Fair