The following is a look back in the Centre Daily Times archives for the week of June 25-July 1.
50 years ago
On June 29, 1967, L.A. Garrison, of the National Park Service, dedicated the wetland colony of plants and wildlife known as Bear Meadows Bog as a national landmark as part of a three-day 60th anniversary celebration of the Penn State School of Forest Resources.
25 years ago
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In June 1992, shooters from the Rockview state police, the Patton and Ferguson township police departments and the Pennsylvania Game Commission participated in a shootout for charity at Scotia Shooting Range in Halfmoon Township. The event raised more than $1,160 for the American Cancer Society.
10 years ago
On June 29, 2007, Centre County locals lined up outside of the area’s two AT&T stores as early as 5:30 a.m. in order to get their hands on Apple’s first run at the iPhone. By the time the gadget officially went on sale at 6 p.m. that day, there were about 40 people lined up outside of the Nittany Mall AT&T store.