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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 24, 2016
Farm market seeks bazaar atmosphere
The Butler City Farmer’s Market this year aims to be more than just a place to buy fruits and vegetables.
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Focus Features | May 24, 2016
O REQUIEM
Hospice choirs offer a parting song
NEWTON, Mass. — The singers enter single file, taking slow, deliberate steps as they intone a soft melody.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 23, 2016
Girl Scouts beautify VOICe shelter
The Evans City Junior Girl Scouts braved the unseasonably cold, wet weather on May 15 to provide the residents at a women’s shelter with a little beauty and free produce.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 21, 2016
HONING HABITAT
State game lands are wild places
Last fall, at a dedication ceremony for a newly secured parcel of public hunting land in Jefferson County, the Pennsylvania Game Commission placed a marker denoting the 1.5 million acres of state game lands.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 20, 2016
Gettysburg trip one of remembrance
CLAY TWP — Ask a sixth-grader at Dassa McKinney Elementary School how a Civil War soldier loaded his rifle and she can show you. Ask another why a soldier's hat and coat were a particular style, and he can tell you.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 19, 2016
St. Luke celebration nearing end
JEFFERSON TWP — St. Luke Lutheran School's yearlong 150-year anniversary celebration has sparked a lot of memories, even as the observances come to an end with three days of events June 3 through 5.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 18, 2016
MEETING A MILESTONE
While Lifesteps will celebrate the 25th anniversary of its Butler Program Center with an open house and celebration Thursday, its president said much more than a structure is being recognized.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 17, 2016
Penis transplant brings hope to maimed soldiers
BOSTON — A 64-year-old cancer patient has received the nation’s first penis transplant, a groundbreaking operation that may also help accident victims and some of the many U.S. veterans maimed by roadside bombs.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 17, 2016
It’s a knockout
CHESTERFIELD, Mo. — “Up, up, up! Down, down, down! Side, side, side!” the trainer commanded as Jay Brunk, diagnosed five years ago with Parkinson’s disease, tried to punch the mitts on the constantly moving hands. “Perfect, perfect, perfect!,” the trainer yelled with each thump of Brunk’s boxing gloves against the targets.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 16, 2016
A-C Valley
FOXBURG — Halle Wetzel was crowned queen and Jonah Powell was crowned king during A-C Valley High school’s prom Saturday.
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Focus Features | May 16, 2016
Central Electric awards scholarships to students
PARKER — Central Electric Cooperative has announced the winners of its 2016 Good Neighbor Scholarship, saying that 15 students of cooperative members will each receive a $2,000 scholarship to further their education.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 16, 2016
COPING MECHANISMS
Therapists, adaptations help seniors with eating
Peas on the floor, meat bits on the place mat or pieces of pasta falling off the table’s edge — that’s common when a child is learning to eat.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 14, 2016
Journey to Haiti
The Rev. Jim Lewis, pastor of the Karns City and Chicora United Methodist churches, was in Haiti from March 3 through 10 as part of a group of 14 people who delivered medical supplies and helped break ground on a new medical clinic in the extremely rural northeast part of the island.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 14, 2016
NOT FORGOTTEN
Prom dress honors friend lost to cancer
ARLINGTON, Mass. — “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” now has a real-life version: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Prom Dress.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 13, 2016
Knoch Prom Court
Knoch High School will crown its prom king and queen tonight at the Doubletree Inn, 910 Sheraton Drive in Cranberry Township. The prom court is, back row, from left, Benjamin Lowery, Robert Hawranko, Nathaniel Petti, Brennan McTighe, Dominic Bozzo and Zachary Misitis; and front row from left, Abigail Fissore, Jordan Luntz, Brigette Stickney, Julie Zilka, Marley Gordon and Emily Zappi.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 13, 2016
Brain scans predict Alzheimer’s
WASHINGTON — Scientists are peeking inside living brains to watch for the first time as a toxic duo of plaques and tangles interact to drive Alzheimer’s disease — and those tangles may predict early symptoms, a finding with implications for better treatments.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 12, 2016
SAVE A LIFE TOUR
Assembly held at Knoch
JEFFERSON TWP — On average, a person charged with driving under the influence has driven impaired more than 350 times before being caught.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 12, 2016
Rabbi will help celebrate independence
Rabbi Shalom Hammer, a writer for the Jerusalem Post and a popular blogger in Israel, will visit Congregation B'nai Abraham, 519 N. Main St., Sunday to help in the celebration of Yom HaAtzmaut, Israeli Independence Day.
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Focus Features | May 12, 2016
Fundraising page set up for LeMans project
The organizer of the project to restore the 1971 Pontiac LeMans of former Butler sports star Eddie Hartman has set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for the effort.
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Focus Features | May 12, 2016
Girl invited to another prom
YORK — A high school student barred from attending the prom at her Catholic high school because she wore a suit rather than a dress has accepted an invitation to attend another school’s prom.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 12, 2016
Pope accepts unity prize, cites European dream
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis, accepting a prize for promoting European unity, last week warned Europeans against the selfish temptation to put up fences to ward off newcomers, saying he still dreams of a Europe where migrants are welcomed.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 11, 2016
A KNIGHT'S TALE
Butler woman is knight of Denmark
When Eva Fort Johnson Robinson moved to the United States as a small child she never thought she’d someday receive one of her native country’s most significant awards.
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