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May 24, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

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Commentary

TO THE EDITOR

Good Shepherd thankful rain didn’t disrupt food drive

EDITOR: M any of us have heard the unofficial motto of the Post Office. “Neither rain, nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” More...

LOCAL VIEW

House Bill 2069 would expand PACENET

The House Aging and Older Adult Services Committee is scheduled to consider House Bill 2069, known as the PACENET Expansion and Pharmacy Modernization Act. More...

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Sports

Chopping ’Wood

DISTRICT 10 CLASS AA BASEBALL PLAYOFFS Reynolds dominates Maplewood nine

PYMATUNING TOWNSHIP — The 2016 Reynolds Raiders are making it tough for future teams to keep pace with their season record after they upended the Maplewood Tigers Monday 8-3 in the opening round of the District 10 Class AA baseball playoffs at the Py More...

NE grounds Greenville

D-10 PLAYOFFS

No one can fault the Greenville baseball nine for its efforts Monday at Packard Park. More...

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING

Infection strengthens Gadsby’s faith

SANDY LAKE TOWNSHIP — Anyone who knows Adam Gadsby — especially Adam — knows that miracles do exist. They know because, by his own words, he is a walking, talking miracle. More...

LIVES THAT FALL APART  Free Access 

Responders want to save lives, but if the drugs win, it’s family left to wonder why

Addiction doesn’t discriminate. More...

PREPARING FOR MEMORIAL DAY

Legion posts special grave plaques for veterans interred in unique location

In preparation for Memorial Day, members of Greenville American Legion Post 140, with help from students and Boy Scouts, have been placing thousands of flags at veterans’ graves at area cemeteries. More...

 

 

News

Dietrich Foundation grants $10K to local groups

Six Greenville organizations will be benefiting from more than $10,000 in grants from the Dietrich Foundation. The amount doubles last year’s total. More...

First surviving septuplets graduate from high school

CARLISLE, Iowa (AP) — The world’s first surviving septuplets have graduated from their Iowa high school. More...

CROP FUTURES

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Obituaries

Merle H. Wareham

Merle H. Wareham, Sandy Lake, Sandy Lake Township, passed away at 1:20 a.m. Monday, May 23, 2016, in Grove Manor Nursing Center, Grove City, after a courageous battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was 87. Born Oct. More...

SERVICES

TREVITT — Walter S., 88, Lake Township, Stoneboro. Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. today in Scott A. Black Funeral Home, 99 Franklin St., Stoneboro, with the Rev. Dayton D. Mix, pastor, Clarks Mills United Methodist Church. More...

Community

Paul and Raylene Selnekovic celebrate 60th wedding anniversary

Raylene and Paul “Greek” Selnekovic of Greenville celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in March, at a party hosted by their children. Mr. Selnekovic married the former Raylene Stone in March 1956, and the marriage was blessed by Monsignor. More...

Virginia Royal selected as Timeless Tribute for May

As a child, Virginia Royal of Hempfield Township found a place at the First Presbyterian Church, where she continues to attend, but found that being the employee of a variety of businesses offered the opportunity to gain variety of skills and experie More...

CLASS MEETINGS

PHS Class of 1955 meets Wednesday

The Penn High School Class of 1955 will meet for lunch at noon Wednesday at the Carini’s Restaurant on Main Street. The class meets on the last Wednesday of each month. More...