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October 31, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

HISTORIC LEGAL LINEAGE

Carly J. Rice and Gretchen N. Panchik take Oaths of Admission

Carly J. Rice, Esq., (front, left) and Gretchen N. Panchik, Esq., (front, right) on Monday each took their Oaths of Admission to the Pennsylvania Bar Association in a ceremony at the Armstrong County Courthouse in Kittanning Borough. More...

News

COPING WITH ADDICTION

ARC Manor promotes family support group

Aside from helping addicts through the process of recovery, ARC Manor is continuing their efforts to reach out and support the family and friends of those addicted.  Taylor Hawkins, ARC Manor treatment specialist and head of admissions, explaine More...

Manor Township man charged with allegedly threatening seven children

John Henry Toy Jr. allegedly used a hammer to scare the children and their parent

A Manor Township man is accused of allegedly assaulting a fellow township resident, and threatening the individual’s seven children during the evening of Oct 21.  The suspect — John Henry Toy Jr. More...

911 CALLS

Armstrong 911 released the following reports on recent incidents:  * Rural Valley Fire Co. and Dayton Fire Co. responded to a structure fire at 11:51 p.m. Oct. More...

Sports

West Shamokin edges Bald Eagle Area on Liam Alese’s goal, 1-0

The West Shamokin varsity soccer team set a series of goals before the season and as the playoffs have progressed, the Wolves have been checking them off, one by one. More...

Steelers ditching style points on way to top of AFC North

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The offense expected to light up scoreboards is instead grinding it out.  The way the Pittsburgh Steelers defense is playing, it hardly matters.  The team expected to compete for a Super Bowl berth looks the part at More...

Chiefs force 5 TOs, beat Broncos 29-19

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Harrison Butker kicked five field goals, Marcus Peters returned a fumble 45 yards for a touchdown and the Kansas City Chiefs beat the turnover prone Denver Broncos 29-19 on Monday night. More...

DECISION ‘17: 4 candidates vie for 3 seats on Ford City Borough Council

All believe in working on new projects to help strengthen the borough’s appeal

Four candidates -- two incumbents and two write-ins -- will be running for three, Second Ward seats, each with four-year terms, on Ford City Borough Council.  Winners will be determined during the Nov. 7 municipal election Tuesday.  More...

Klingensmith’s Drugstore to accept used needles and syringes in new program

It will be the first facility of its kind nationwide to offer the free-of-charge service

Klingensmith’s Drugstore President David Cippel knows many of his stores’ patients are prescribed medicine in needles and syringes.  However, he said many such patients eventually have a stockpile of those items in their homes, with More...

Kittanning Borough man arrested on assault, weapons charges over the weekend

Troy Lyn Jones allegedly beat and pointed loaded gun at alleged victim, according to criminal complaint

Kittanning Borough police arrested a Kittanning man early Saturday morning on felony assault and weapon charges following an alleged domestic situation. More...

Obituaries

Dorothy I. Roberson

KITTANNING

Late Sunday evening, Oct. 29, 2017, long-time Pennsylvania resident Dorothy I. Roberson, age 102, was called to heaven where she will be forever with her mother, father, two sisters, three brothers and all others who have gone before her.  More...

Beverly J. Long

WORTHINGTON

Beverly J. Long, 77, of Worthington, passed away on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, at ACMH Hospital surrounded by her family.  She was born at home in Fawn Township, June 27, 1940. She was the daughter of the late Daisy Alberta and Luis Dunn.  More...

Ernest P. McDivitt

FORMERLY OF APOLLO AND BETHEL TOWNSHIP

Ernest P. McDivitt, 90, of Indiana, formerly of Apollo and Bethel Township, passed away on Monday, Oct. 30, 2017, at home.  Born Oct. More...

Arts and Entertainment

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Pennsylvania Lottery

Pick 2 Day: 7-7 Night: 5-3  Pick 3 Day: 7-0-4 Night: 6-9-1  Pick 4 Day: 2-0-2-6 Night: 7-8-8-0  Pick 5 Day: 3-6-5-8-7 Night: 3-2-2-5-4  Treasure Hunt: 01-11-12-25-29   More...

Do Just One Thing

They feel like paper. They tear like paper. So they must be recyclable like paper, right? No, the little slips that come out of the ATM are not recyclable. More...

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