A 36 year-old Freeland man is in the Columbia County Prison after allegedly burglarizing two Bloomsburg churches early Wednesday morning. The Press - Enterprise is reporting on it's Facebook page that Scott Navar was found hiding in a window well at the first Presbyterian Church at the corner of Market and 4th Streets. It appears Navar ransacked the interior of the church. One of the items found in a pocket was small flashlight with the imprint “Wesley UM Church.” Upon checking the church at 3rd and Market, police found that the place had been ransacked. Cash drawers were opened, and three laptops and a monitor were missing. Navar is facing a long list of felony charges. After a preliminary arraignment he was hustled off to the prison with bail set at $100,000.
Run for the Diamonds
Around 1,700 runners made their way around the historic course of the Berwick Run For The Diamonds on Thanksgiving morning. The top four finishers in the Men's division were Paul Thistle, Matt Gillette, Bobby Torphy, and C. Fred Joselyn. The Top three Women's finishers were Kara Leigh Foster, Katie O'Reagan, and Rosie Mascoli. WHLM's Jim Doyle has the details:
When the Bloomsburg University football team plays West Chester Saturday in an NCAA playoff game at Danny Hale Field in Redman Stadium, the Huskies will be facing one of the best offenses in the PSAC. Saturday's West Chester at Bloomsburg game, which starts at noon, is a regional semifinal. In the other semifinal, Winston Salem State plays Shepherd in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
On Sunday, the Bloomsburg University wrestling team will be competing in a venue known as "The World's Most Famous Arena." The Huskies will be wrestling in an event called "The Grapple at the Garden" at Madison Square Garden in New York City. At 10 O'clock the Huskies will take on Illinois, and at noon, they will go up against Penn.