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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 11, 2016
Celebrate Recovery
CLINTON TWP — Pastor Chris Marshall of New Life Christian Ministries, 139 Knoch Road, is launching Celebrate Recovery, a ministry for healing hurts, habits and hang-ups that started Feb. 4.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 10, 2016
Man makes costume, joins the Dark Side
Derek Flinner is Darth Vader.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 9, 2016
BIG SCREEN ROMANCE
Professor shares list of favorite films
GROVE CITY — When Grove City College English Department professor Kim Miller isn't teaching classes or working to develop and sell her own screenplay, she's a student of film.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 9, 2016
Happy Memories
JEFFERSON TWP — Before the days of cell phones or the Internet, sometimes you had to drive from Iowa to Pennsylvania to woo the love of your life.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 8, 2016
'FORREST' STORIES
Slippery Rock native seeks hunting tales for new book
A Slippery Rock native and artist is hoping his latest project will allow him to share his, and others' hunting memories with an audience.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 6, 2016
SWING AWAY
Play equipment donated to church
CALLERY — A casual day of perusing garage sales, plus the generosity of an anonymous couple has resulted in a safe place for families here to gather.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 6, 2016
SUPER FOR BUSINESS
Big game spurs activity for bars, grocers and even TV retailers
The equipment has been readied, the game plans have been prepared and the players have been drilled to execute their assignments perfectly.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 6, 2016
Trust fund aids residents with cancer
ZELIENOPLE — A decades-old fund continues to aid borough residents who have cancer.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 5, 2016
BLANKET BUILDERS
Ministry sews to bring comfort
CRANBERRY TWP — If comfort can be measured in blankets, then the Comfort Blanket Ministry of St. Ferdinand Roman Catholic Church, 2535 Rochester Road, has provided plenty of it.
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Focus Features | February 5, 2016
Planning pointers for Valentine's night out
Many couples go out for a night on the town in celebration of Valentine's Day. Romance typically prevails on such nights, but there's more to planning Valentine's Day dates than just roses and chocolate. The following are a few tips to make sure this year's Valentine's Day date night goes off without a hitch.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 5, 2016
Dogs face winter dangers
We may have made it through a good chunk of winter, but the next two months will be no walk in the park — especially for your dog.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 5, 2016
Music to Love
Beyond the modern scene of pop love songs lies the lush landscape of passionate classical music. It is filled with scores of romantic songs.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 4, 2016
MESSAGE STAYS SAME
Church in Harrisville changes denomination
HARRISVILLE — The congregation of the Harmony United Presbyterian Church was at a crossroads.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 3, 2016
Focus on spinal cord injuries
CRANBERRY TWP — A township family wants to help people living with spinal cord injuries after seeing firsthand the challenges these patients face.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 2, 2016
Holocaust Letters
JERUSALEM — Throughout the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam, and while incarcerated in two prison camps, Mirjam Bolle wrote letters to her fiance that she never sent but hoped to share with him after the war. Yet when the two ultimately reunited she decided to leave the past behind and stashed them away. Now, decades later, she has published them as a memoir.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 1, 2016
Knoch soph raises funds for heart group in dad's honor
JEFFERSON TWP — One Knoch High School sophomore paid tribute to her late father by raising more than $3,000 Friday during the school's varsity and junior varsity basketball games.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | February 1, 2016
SOCIETY SAYS
Sorority sisters defy, disprove stereotypes
ATHENS, Ohio — Two Butler County women are among 24 sorority members whose attempt to disprove stereotypes has been viewed by hundreds of thousands of people around the world.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 30, 2016
ROTARY CLUB YOUTH EXCHANGE
Zelie family hosts Tokyo student
ZELIENOPLE — When different cultures collide, new things can be learned from one another.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 30, 2016
Frantic Feline follies?
Internet users have a never-ending fascination with cats. There was Keyboard Cat, videos of cats chasing laser pointers and posts of cats in a bathtub or the kitchen sink.
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Focus Features | January 30, 2016
Artificial lights help houseplants
Short days put sunlight at a premium. Even houseplants feel it.
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Focus Features | January 30, 2016
Avoid financial aid mistakes
Soaring student debt is a hot topic. Every presidential candidate is talking about it, and that’s because the average debt of a senior graduating from college is nearly $30,000.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 30, 2016
Cheerleaders raise money for breast cancer research
The cheerleading squad at First Baptist Christian School raised more than $600 for breast cancer research during a fundraiser Jan. 22.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 29, 2016
EFFICIENT OPERATION
SRU’s efforts to go green recognized with award
SLIPPERY ROCK — Things are coming up green at Slippery Rock University, and planners hope to keep sustainability efforts blooming in 2016.
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Focus Features | January 29, 2016
Preservation efforts earn attention
HARMONY — Residents and organizations will be recognized for their preservation efforts on historic buildings at the Harmony Museum’s 49th annual Harmoniefest dinner.
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