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May 17, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Kevin McCausland wins District 4 Magisterial District Judge primary

Kevin L. More...

Postmaster: Mailman aids injured local resident at her home

Mark Jones noticed woman’s accumulating parcels

For 15 years, Mark Jones has served as a United States Postal Service mail carrier.  For a fair portion of that time, Jones’ route has regularly taken him up and down North McKean Street in the borough.  More...

News

A voter's voice

Kittanning resident Virginia Lamison casts her electronic ballot at Kittanning Hose Co. No. More...

Local Rotary Club recognizes scholars

During Monday’s meeting of the Rotary Club of Kittanning, local Rotarian Michael Daugherty (far right) presents Abigail Trithart, a student at Armstrong Junior Senior High School (left) and Emi More...

How candidates fared for mayor in Pennsylvania’s primary

How candidates fared in some of the races for mayor in Tuesday’s primary election in Pennsylvania:  ALLENTOWN  More...

Arts and Entertainment

SUDOKU

Full Story

Pennsylvania Lottery

Pick 2 Day: 8-5 Night: 5-4  Pick 3 Day: 6-6-0 Night: 8-8-7  Pick 4 Day: 6-5-3-2 Night: 3-3-3-8  Pick 5 Day: 3-8-5-9-7 Night: 1-1-2-0-1  Treasure Hunt: 14-21-23-29-30   More...

Do Just One Thing

It’s common knowledge that planting a tree is an ecofriendly action that can help absorb CO2 emissions and release oxygen into the atmosphere. More...

ADAs move past primary, look to general election

Tuesday’s municipal primary election may have just been a formality for Armstrong County Assistant District Attorneys Katie Charlton and Cindy Calarie, who will face off in the general election on Nov. More...

Scott Kline wins GOP nomination for Kittanning Borough mayor

Republicans in Kittanning Borough chose to send mayoral candidate Scott Kline on to face Democrat Sandy Bauer in the fall in Tuesday’s municipal primary election.  Kline easily defeated Scott Davis and Angelo Turco, earning 59 percent of t More...

Apollo-Ridge welcomes ARIN IU 28 Director

The Apollo-Ridge School District’s board of education recently welcomed ARIN IU 28 Director Jim Wagner during this week’s school board meeting.  Wagner asked the board to consider problematic state funding and staffing issues during More...

Obituaries

Eleanor H. Galbraith

CABOT

Eleanor H. Galbraith, 94, of Cabot, formerly of Elderton, died Monday, May 15, 2017, at ACMH Hospital.  She was born May 15, 1923, in Pittsburgh, the daughter of Bert and Lucille (Spang) Klingensmith.  More...

Richard Artemus ‘Richie’ Myers

BURRELL TOWNSHIP

Richard Artemus ‘Richie’ Myers, 34, of Burrell Township peacefully passed to his heavenly home, Monday, May 15, 2017.  He was born on May 25, 1982, to Richard Boyd Myers and Teresa Stiltner Myers at Magee Women’s Hospital of Pi More...

Sports

One and Done

Yellowjackets baseball, Vikings softball bow out of WPIAL playoffs in first round on Tuesday

SOFTBALL  Serra Catholic 9, Apollo-Ridge 6  More...

Wolves’ Fairmain reflects on goals as final stretch approaches

West Shamokin senior Devin Fairman has been a huge feature in his high school’s athletic programs over the last four years and as the baseball playoffs approach, Fairman knows that there isn’t much time left on the playing field to achiev More...

Harper blasts 13th homer, Nationals hold off Pirates 8-4

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Bryce Harper has known for about a year that PNC Park was the only stadium in the National League where the Washington Nationals star hadn’t gone deep.  One vicious swing on Tuesday night checked it off the list.&nb More...

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