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Assistant Professor Interviewed for Radio About Fuel Economy


With gasoline prices approaching $4 a gallon, Sunbury’s Newsradio WKOK (1070 AM) turned to Penn College’s automotive department for helpful tips on improving fuel economy. Sara Bartlett’s interview with Dale E. Jaenke, assistant professor of automotive technology, aired during a number of the station’s newscasts Thursday and Friday. (Editor’s note: Jaenke offered similar insight on Danville’s WPGM − 1570 AM and, in the Williamsport area, at 101.7 FM − which aired Matt James’ two-part News Focus interview in June and July.)

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