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One-vehicle crash yields citation

Pennsylvania State Police responded to a vehicle rollover at 11:35 a.m. Wednesday. More...

News

Mayors ask to extend Hawaii legislative session to fund rail project

HONOLULU (AP) — Mayors of all four Hawaii counties are asking Gov. David Ige to extend the 2017 legislative session to find funding for the troubled Honolulu rail transit project, but Ige says he’s not inclined to do so.  More...

Police respond to downed wires in Applewold

Student rushed to hospital after fall from 5th floor balcony

PITTSBURGH (AP) — An official says a male student was taken to a hospital after a fall from a fifth-floor balcony at a Catholic university in Pittsburgh. More...

JAIL REPORT

The following were committed Wednesday to the Armstrong County Jail:  * Alexander Robert-Singh Mann, 25, of Ninth Street, Leechburg, for a bench warrant - failure to comply;  * Lisa Marie Stawser, 44, of Clay Avenue, Jeannette, held for cou More...

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Pennsylvania Lottery

Pick 2 Day: 9-6 Night: 6-4  Pick 3 Day: 2-7-5 Night: 7-6-2  Pick 4 Day: 2-2-7-0 Night: 2-1-0-9  Pick 5 Day: 4-1-5-1-7 Night: 5-6-5-0-2  Treasure Hunt: 04-08-15-20-26   More...

Do Just One Thing

Waterproofing fabric and material used for things like boots and tents may help keep them dry during inclement weather, but there are concerns the chemicals in waterproofing sprays can have serious health effects on one’s respiratory system. More...

Manor Township police look to expand coverage, Narcan for first responders

The issue of the Manor Township Police Department officers’ ability to carry Narcan -- an instantly-administered medication that that can be used within seconds by first responders to counteract an opiod-induced drug-related overdose -- is curr More...

‘Trout in the classroom’ program is held

Initiative is funded by Trout Unlimited and Rosebud Mining

Before fishing season offi- cially started, students from Armstrong Junior-Senior High School (AHS) had been engaging in the “Trout in the classroom” program which has provided an educational and hands-on opportunity to follow trout from More...

Obituaries

Harry Mohney Jr.

KITTANNING

Harry Mohney Jr., 88, of Kittanning died Wednesday, May 3, 2017, at VNA Inpatient Hospice in Butler.  He was born on July 4, 1928, in Kittanning to the late Harry C. More...

Sandra L. Stormer

SOUTH BUFFALO TOWNSHIP

Sandra L. Stormer, 73, of South Buffalo Township passed away on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, peacefully, at her home.  Sandi was born in Natrona Heights on Nov. 29, 1943. She is the daughter of the late C. Marie (Claypool) and L.L. Hepler.  More...

Sports

West Shamokin comes out fast, dominates Comets, 18-0

Good teams are opportunistic when given the opportunity to capitalize on the opponent’s mistakes. More...

Vikings continue push through surprising season

The often ear piercing sound of aluminum striking hard objects can be heard a great distance away from the Apollo Ridge varsity softball fields. More...

Local Sports Roundup

BASEBALL  West Shamokin 11, United 0  More...

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