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County Boy Scouts leave United Way partnership
Butler County’s Boy Scouts of America chapter is withdrawing from a full partnership with the United Way of Butler County and intends to focus on more in-house fundraising.
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arrow Captured jail escapee now coming to Butler prison 07/31 - 1:33pm
arrow County Judge Horan nominated to be federal judge 07/31 - 11:52am
arrow Jail escapee caught this morning in Armstrong County 07/31 - 9:47am
arrow Police search for prison escapee 07/30 - 4:56pm
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Escaped inmate nabbed in manhunt
RAYBURN TWP, Armstrong County — An escaped Armstrong County Jail inmate suspected of killing a woman Thursday was arrested this morning, according to state police.
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Cranberry OKs $32M bond for sewage plant
CRANBERRY TWP — The township supervisors Thursday night approved a $32 million bond to pay for improvements to the Brush Creek Water Pollution Control Facility.
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Wing part likely from missing jet
WASHINGTON — Air safety investigators have a “high degree of confidence” that aircraft debris found in the Indian Ocean is of a wing component unique to the Boeing 777, the same model as the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared last year, a U.S. official said Wednesday.
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South Butler super leaves
JEFFERSON TWP — South Butler Superintendent Mike Leitera has accepted the superintendent position at the Mohawk School District in Lawrence County.
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Eckstein says budget gap can be plugged
Butler County Commissioner Jim Eckstein believes that a $3.4 million county budget shortfall that Controller Ben Holland reported last month can be solved.
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1. Portion sizes and calorie content served in American meals have ballooned in the past 20 years. That’s having an impact on people’s waistlines.
2. Getting county Judge Marilyn Horan confirmed as a federal judge is “up to the senate. It can go very quickly or it can languish,”said Western District’s Clerk of CourtRobert Barh Jr.
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