About 150 people gather to bid on items at the Anderson Gun Shop Retirement Auction in Watsontown on Saturday afternoon.
Michael Weaver, of Allenwood, auctions off ammunition at the Anderson Gun Shop Retirement Auction in Watsontown on Saturday afternoon.
Shikellamy Middle School students Coryn Sempko, 14, left, Byron Noll-Long, 15, Sierra Gulden, 14, Jaden Carper, 14, Gabriella Scholl, 14, and Kaitlyn Carey, 13, seal a portion of the Fort Discovery Playground in Sunbury on Friday morning.
Shikellamy Middle School student McKenzie Zellers, 13, uses her balancing skills while sealing up a section of the Fort Discovery Playground in Sunbury on Friday.
Shikellamy Middle School students Sarah Walk, 13, left, and Jason Carnell, 12, volunteer their time on Friday with their classmates to help maintain the Fort Discovery Playground in Sunbury.
A Milton police car sits outside the Whitedeer Elementary School on Friday morning after a report of a man with a gun was scene near the school.
State police officer Reasner searches a underpass near the Whitedeer Elementary school on Friday morning after it was placed in lockdown after a report of a man with a gun was scene near the school.
Shikellamy Middle School student Logan Kern, 14, reaches up high as he seals up a section of the Fort Discovery playground on Friday in Sunbury.
Selinsgrove Elementary kindergarten students listen to Snyder County emergency center worker Mark Wolfberg explain what he does on his job during a field trip on Thursday at the 911 center.
Charlie Bobb, left, of Beavertown, pushes Deanna Stock, Middleburg, on a bed car he made to test it out at the Middlecreek Area Community Center on Thursday.
Freddi Carlip left, and state representative Fred Keller talk during a press conference on Thursday at the Middlecreek Area Community Center to announce a fundraiser in the form of a bed race this summer.
Selinsgrove kindergarten student Tristan Plotts, 6, dials 911 with the help of Snyder County emergency services worker Jason Kaufman during a field trip on Thursday morning to the Snyder County 911 center.
Snyder County 911 operator Scott Reigle takes time to show Selinsgrove kindergarten students Koden Lyons, left, Tristan Plotts, and Cameron Newcomer, the computers that he uses on Thursday morning during a field trip.
Selinsgrove High School senior Ellen Spriggle holds up a sign she designed for the Selinsgrove Alumni Association along with Eric Rowe, left, Lowell Leitzel, Dan Ulrich, Dennis Wolfe, Chad Cohrs, and Bob Soper, on Wednesday at the Selingrove High School.
Selinsgrove High School senior Ellen Spriggle, left, talks with Chad Cohrs and others on Wednesday morning regarding attempts to form a alumni association.
Selinsgrove High School Alumni Lowell Leitzel, left, Eric Rowe, and Dan Ulrich talk about trying to organize a alumni association on Wednesday.
Lutz Preschool students Natalie Schrader, 5, left, and Dominik Derr, 4, lead the way on a walk with their teddy bears on Wednesday in Danville.
Owen Scarlett, 4, listens to a story with his teddy bear at Lutz Preschool in Danville on Wednesday.
Lutz Preschool student Collin Geise, 5, sits with his teddy bear on Wednesday morning in Danville.
Lutz Preschool teacher Martha Gelbaugh reads the story, We're Going On A Bear Hunt, to her class on Wednesday which had a teddy bear picnic.
Maggie Heimbach, 4, carries her teddy bear on a walk with her Lutz classmates in Danville on Wednesday.
The community park in Hartleton on Tuesday.
Sabrina Turner, who has lived in Hartleton six years, said residents have mixed opinions about the case.
Luzerne Community College student Cindy Schreffler, left, talks with Bob Ramer of Northumberland, along side Maleessa Schreffler, 12, while using a Nintendo wii to perform a balance check on Tuesday at a community health fair held at the Sunbury YMCA.