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3 escape house fire this morning in Karns City
KARNS CITY — A woman and her 2-month-old daughter got out of their second-floor apartment uninjured this morning when a fire started on a porch outside their door.
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More calls keep city police busy
The matter of how many calls the Butler police get came up Tuesday at the city council meeting.
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Residents remember storm that damaged houses, trees
CRANBERRY TWP — One year after a tornado touched down in the township, there is little evidence of the damage it caused.
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Workers can’t get to sites of jobs
CRANBERRY TWP — Hotels, stores and restaurants in southwestern Butler County are hiring, but some managers say it is difficult to fill hourly or low-paying positions.
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Car hits Jefferson St. porch
A car ran into the apartment building at 323 E. Jefferson St. at 12:03 a.m. Saturday.
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2 suspects in theft case fail to show up for hearing date
CRANBERRY TWP — Two members of a four-person group that allegedly made fraudulent returns of more than $4,000 in merchandise failed to show up for court Friday.
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1. Jeff Schnur graduated from Butler High School in 1972, but now he finally gets to leave that school. He is retiring after being the principal there for 11 years.
2. Fan of cars from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s got plenty to admire at the annual Cruise-A-Palooza sponsored by the Rodfathers.
“Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more important
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