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September 16, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

River Hawks plan to debut coffee shop

Armstrong life skills students provided with real-world opportunities

Armstrong Junior-Senior High School (AHS) will soon be opening a coffee shop on its campus that will not only benefit student and staff customers, but the cafe workers, as well.  More...

Armstrong County receives help from AmeriCorps NCCC workers

Members aid current Habitat for Humanity projects in the area

Members of the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) worked with Armstrong County Habitat for Humanity (AHFH) to work on ongoing projects in the county.  More...


New coffee shop to open at AHS

  Students in the Armstrong Junior-Senior High School’s life skills class, led by Keven Landstrom work together in the new living lab to assemble trail mix bags for an upcoming picnic. More...

Family seeks missing cat

A local family is seeking its missing cat, a black longhair breed named Davenport, which ran from its Ford City home and is hiding nearby. The cat is apparently skittish and will run if chased. More...

Senior Centers

The Armstrong County Area Agency on Aging senior More...

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Pennsylvania Lottery

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Do Just One Thing

As the hot summer days turn cooler, trees shed their leaves in preparation for cooler temps. More...

Kittanning man has a plan for town’s future

Borough’s Interim Mayor Michael B. Rizzo sees beyond his tenure

Michael B. Rizzo has said one has to be willing to challenge everything to grow long term.  As the recently minted, interim mayor of Kittanning Borough, Rizzo, 36, stressed he is also accepting of different points of view toward that end.  More...

Inaugural graduating class at Lenape Technical School reunites

Luncheon is part of a four-day celebration for the Class of 1967

When Lenape Technical School in Ford City first opened and enrolled students in 1966, John Palcek remembers the public casting doubt on the school by saying it was for students who couldn’t make it in a regular high school. More...


Lois P. Moore


Lois P. Moore, 88, of Kittanning passed away Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, at Grey’s Colonial Acres.  She was born April 8, 1929, in Kittanning, the daughter of Clyde George and Goldie P. (Bowersox) Dailey.  More...

Beatrice Luella Haney

Coraopolis, formerly of Kittanning

Beatrice Luella Haney, 83, of Coraopolis, formerly of Kittanning and Valley Grove, W. Va., died Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, at Good Samaritan Hospice, Wexford.  Born Jan. More...


A week after upending Beaver Falls, Vikings fall to Shady Side Academy, 38-14

After a first half with tough defense being played on both sides, Shady Side Academy broke through in the second half and won Friday night’s game 38-14 against the Apollo-Ridge Vikings.  Indians quarterback Skyy Moore found a hole in the V More...

On Top from the Start

Wolves dominate United in homecoming blowout, 51-12

The West Shamokin football team has been waiting for a game like the one that took place at West Shamokin Junior-Senior High School on Friday night as the Wolves dominated the United Lions to the tune of a 51-12 runaway victory.  More...

Injury-riddled River Hawks fall on the road to Gateway, 54-13

Though the Armstrong River Hawks held the fort throughout the first quarter of Friday night’s WPIAL 5A Big East section match up against Gateway, it took only 3:47 of the second quarter for the game to turn from a tight battle to a blowout.&nbs More...

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