The following is a look back in the Centre Daily Times archives for the week of March 5-11.
50 years ago
The top headline on March 7, 1967 involved snow — lots and lots of snow. Centre County as buried in 16 inches of the stuff, accumulating a month’s worth of precipitation in three days. Approximately two more inches of powder were expected to drop the next day.
25 years ago
Never miss a local story.
In March 1992, The Nittany Lion Inn was loaned a little bit of star power in the shape of Jack Nicholson, Danny DeVito and Armand Assante. The actors were shooting scenes for the movie “Hoffa” — Hollywood’s take on the life of Teamsters Union president Jimmy Hoffa — at Raystown Lake near Huntingdon.
10 years ago
In March 2007, the CDT reported that University Park Airport was on the verge of securing funding for a $5 million air-traffic control tower. Airport director Bryan Rodgers was hopeful that the tower would enter the design phase by 2007-08.