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August 25, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Keystone balances academics, students’ personal needs

At Keystone Charter School, academics isn’t everything. More...

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No mercy for yellow jackets

In theory, I like bees, especially honey bees. They pollinate the flowers and crops. They make the honey that I enjoy in my tea and on toast. However, that’s only in theory. Reality is a much different story — I’m allergic to bee stings. More...

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Sports

Mercer golf gets new leadership for 2016

MERCER — There’s a change at the top for Mercer golf this season, and the team’s rolling with the new leadership. More...

Gonzales, McLaughlin lead Muskies

HERMITAGE — On Wednesday, the Jamestown golf team fell to host Hickory at the Hickory VFW Golf Course. Charlie Gonzales (45) and Shane McLaughlin (45) were the top Muskies in, as Jamestown shot a team total 202. More...

Top Sprint Cup teams face struggle to stay there

BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) — Keeping a dynasty seems even more challenging than creating one. Just ask Hall of Fame car owner Rick Hendrick. More...

FIRST-DAY FIST BUMP

HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP — While waiting for students to enter the building, the Greenville district’s School Resource Officer, Denny Stephens, fist bumps students while welcoming them back to Hempfield Elementary for the first day of the 2016- More...

Transfer groups entice guests’ hunger with famous fair food

PYMATUNING TOWNSHIP — Some of the food stands at the Transfer Harvest Home Fair do more than supply visitors with delicious food — the Boy Scouts’ wing stand, Kiwanis’ French fries and Free Masons’ hot sausage also provi More...

 

 

News

Events mark National Park Service’s 100th anniversary

Free admission today through Aug. 28

The National Park Service (NPS) invites visitors of all ages to join in the celebration of its 100th birthday throughout the month of August. With special events across the country, and free admission to all 412 national parks from Aug. More...

GSO to perform free pops concert to celebrate Thiel’s 150th anniversary

The Greenville Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Michael Gelfand, will perform a free pops concert at Thiel College at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10. Thiel College will host a free ice cream social in conjunction with the event. More...

Trips With Pets: Making the most of Labor Day pet travel

Labor Day symbolizes the end of summer for you and your pet. Time to start planning your weekend getaway — whether it be to the beach, the mountains, or somewhere in between. More...

Obituaries

William Kenneth ‘Bill’ Hogenmiller

William Kenneth “Bill” Hogenmiller, of Otter Creek Township, Greenville, passed away at his residence of natural causes on Saturday morning Aug. 20, 2016. He was 77. He was born in Kittaning, Pa., on Jan. 4, 1939. More...

SERVICES

SHAY — James R., 80, of Youngstown, Ohio, formerly of Anaheim, Calif. Private burial was held at Delaware (Township) Cemetery. Messages of sympathy, stories and photos can be shared at www.osbornewilliams.com. More...

Community

GODFREY ONE-ROOM SCHOOL REUNION

FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP — Classmates from the Godfrey One-Room School in Fairview Township met Aug. More...

Court of Honor recognizes Trenton Wargo as Eagle Scout

JAMESTOWN — A Court of Honor was held Aug. 9 for Trenton C.J. Wargo, a member of Boy Scout Troop 50 of Jamestown. More...

MERCER CO. 4H CHEESE AUCTION

COOLSPRING TOWNSHIP — The 2016 Mercer County Cheese Auction celebrated its 15th year at the Aug. 3 sale, which included 24 lots with 22 participants totaling $13,330. This made an average of $533.20 per basket. More...