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Tue. 2:45pm: Howland grad to leave Penn State football

April 30, 2013

As first reported by PennLive.com, a web site that follows Penn State football, has reported Howland graduate Anthony Stanko has quit the team, but will remain at Penn State on scholarshi....

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Valleyguy1769

May-01-13 6:28 AM

Sad, you are right on the mark with your observation. Howland has become where Warren was 20 years ago. The last generation of Delphi / GM employees that made the big money is now retired and moved on.

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dstabt

Apr-30-13 10:37 PM

Back to topic: really wish this article was more detailed. Was he redshirted due to an injury? If so how extensive was the injury? Stanko loved football so it must have been an injury detrimental to his future life outside of it. I think he made the wise decision and now can focus on his academics 100%

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dstabt

Apr-30-13 10:17 PM

Sadbuttrue: I am a Howland graduate and know that IS NOT TRUE. The majority of its citizens take pride in maintaining and beautifying their homes and or businesses. It DOES have its population of renters.....and people who don't care about the consideration of others but those numbers are the minority in Howland.

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Mrsaccounting

Apr-30-13 8:44 PM

The renters and four wheelers are the worse. People who couldn't afford the home to begin with are now renting them out.

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Janine

Apr-30-13 8:01 PM

Sad if you don't like it in Howland, just take the bricks from behind the wheels of your mobile home and move along.

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thebear402

Apr-30-13 7:27 PM

SadButTrue, I think that's everywhere. For one thing, we have an entire generation who have no concept of doing something for the common good. All they want is instant gratification, and they have complete disdain for any authority. As such, they live like pigs. "Why should I sacrifice my time and money to make my house and lawn a showplace, just to make this neighborhood look good? %$#@! you!"

For another thing, society as a whole has gotten more accepting of sloppiness and laziness. As we spoke of before on these posts, go to any fancy restaurant in the area (the Iron Bridge in PA is probably the best example) and look at the patrons dressed in t-shirts and jeans! Another example of, "Don't tell me what to do, you ain't the boss of me!"

(None of this has to do with the story, but in response to SadButTrue)

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SadButTrue

Apr-30-13 7:05 PM

Howland is going down hill fast. Loud booming car stereos, renters and people in duplexes not taking care of there property and four wheelers riding up and down the neighborhood streets.

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