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Two park projects in Butler County have received state grants
Butler County got $87,000 for further development at Alameda Park, including work on Jade's Dog Park. This includes a shade shelter, work on ADA access, a project sign, landscaping and other improvements.
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arrow Two park projects in Butler County have received state grants 02/05 - 1:46pm
arrow Teen falls short of making ‘American Idol’ final cut 02/05 - 9:09am
arrow Public to learn tonight if teen advances on ‘American Idol’ 02/04 - 2:55pm
arrow Cranberry man lands in prison on harassment charge 02/04 - 12:55pm
arrow Santorum drops out of race 02/04 - 9:20am
 
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New rules for oil, gas drilling panned
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania's Environmental Quality Board generated controversy Wednesday by approving new rules for oil and gas drilling companies over the objections of legislators.
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Check scheme brings jail time
PITTSBURGH — A man who cashed $300,000 worth of counterfeit checks using personal information stolen from hundreds of Wal-Mart customers was sentenced to prison Thursday.
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Former fugitive receives jail term
The Pittsburgh man whose evasion from police last August left residents in the Chicora area on edge for nearly a week was sentenced Thursday in Butler County Court.
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‘Idol’ chase ends, but future awaits
EMLENTON — An Emlenton teen’s time on the final season of FOX’s “American Idol” has come to an end, but this is not the last of his music career, he said.
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Man, 27, accused of lewd acts in cell
CRANBERRY TWP — A 27-year-old township man is in the Butler County Prison after allegedly harassing police officers while in their custody.
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1. Although the new county commissioners decided not change the property tax rate, they will work to cut spending by $5 million this year.
2. Tom Henschel of Cabot will be in the stands for the 50th Super Bowl game, maintaining his streak of seeing all 50 of the contests.
Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus: Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be grasped...
(Philippians 2:5-6)
It used to be you had to have the stomach for politics ... now you only have to have the mouth for it.
 

 

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