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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 18, 2017
New Cookie Debuts
MARS — Just in time to sink those New Year's resolutions about eating better, Girl Scout cookies sales are ramping up.
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Focus Features | January 18, 2017
Meningitis can mimic flu symptoms
It’s the height of flu season but not all symptoms of the flu virus point to influenza. Sudden fever and headache also may be symptoms of early meningitis, which often mimics the flu.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 17, 2017
LONELY HEARTS CLUB
Keeping seniors company can help keep them healthy
Emil Girardi moved to San Francisco on New Year’s Eve in 1960. He loved everything about the city: the energy, the people, the hills. And of course, the bars, where he mixed drinks for most of his adult life.
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Focus Features | January 17, 2017
Introduce loved ones to Social Security programs
Social Security officials recommend introducing your relatives to its many programs and help them create a safe and secure my Social Security account at www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount. It has features that will let you:
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 16, 2017
TENDING THEIR GARDEN
No dirt necessary to grow plants
SLIPPERY ROCK — Slippery Rock Middle School students came back from their winter break to harvest a bountiful crop. And maybe learn a little science at the same time.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 14, 2017
Still Serving Food banks keep giving long after holidays
During the holidays, the spirit of charity helps ensure the county food banks and community meal programs have full shelves.
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Focus Features | January 13, 2017
Tips to help deal with dry skin in the winter
Dry skin is often a temporary or seasonal problem — one that you experience only in winter or summer, for example — but the problem may remain a lifelong concern. Although your skin is often driest on your hands, arms, lower legs and sides of your abdomen, the locations where these dry patches form can vary considerably from one person to the next.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 13, 2017
For the Birds
Last Saturday's frigid temperatures couldn't prevent dedicated birdwatchers from fanning out across Butler County for the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania's Christmas Bird Count.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 12, 2017
Light of Life
It was something they never thought would happen to them.
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Focus Features | January 12, 2017
Bulletin Board
Today
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Focus Features | January 11, 2017
FAD TO THE BONE

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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 10, 2017
The Big League
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Irwin Ableson runs to catch a softball and puts on his glasses before throwing the ball to second base. Abelson's arm is strong, and the man in his 80s on the opposing team is out.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 9, 2017
WORKING TOGETHER
Programs help with employment
Studies show 70 percent of youths with disabilities are unemployed and 3 of 4 people with a disability surveyed said they would value a job and independence.
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Focus Features | January 9, 2017
City marks event
TUCSON, Ariz. — Bell ringing and a human embrace event Sunday marked the solemn six-year anniversary of the mass shooting in Tucson that left six people dead and 13 others wounded, including former U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 7, 2017
Journey to Israel
Cantor Michal Gray-Schaffer of B'nai Abraham Synagogue, 519 N. Main St., enjoyed her trip to Israel last fall, despite enduring pushing, shoving and yelling during a visit to the Wailing Wall.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 7, 2017
MAGIC MOMENT
Destination proposals popular
NEW YORK — Proposing marriage still means going down on one knee for most. Only now, more are choosing a special destination to do the asking.
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Focus Features | January 7, 2017
Ballet dancer says she’s losing her job because she’s too tall
PHILADELPHIA — A 5-foot-11 dancer who performed as the Sugar Plum Fairy in the Pennsylvania Ballet’s Nutcracker this season said she’s being dropped from the company because she’s too tall.
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Focus Features | January 7, 2017
Being first lady called ‘greatest honor’
WASHINGTON — Michelle Obama says being first lady has been “the greatest honor” of her life.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 7, 2017
Career services offices are expanding
CHICAGO — Alicia Mendoza was working two part-time jobs when she transferred into Northeastern Illinois University. Swamped with work, school and a daily commute, bolstering her resume with something extra was the last thing on her mind.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 6, 2017
DRESS FOR SUCCESS
Agency assists women in finding better futures
Having opened its doors at the Holly Pointe Building, 220 S. Main St., in July, the Dress for Success program has already helped more than 100 women, empowering them to achieve better futures.
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Focus Features | January 6, 2017
Harry ‘constantly in trouble,’ says letter from Diana
LONDON — Letters sent by Britain’s late Princess Diana — including one in which she described a young Prince Harry as being “constantly in trouble” while at boarding school — sold for thousands of pounds at an auction Thursday.
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Focus Features | January 6, 2017
Hollywood remembers Reynolds and Fisher
Friends and family members gathered at the next-door homes of Debbie Reynolds and daughter Carrie Fisher on a gloomy Thursday in the Hollywood Hills for an intimate memorial to mourn the late actresses.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | January 5, 2017
Ministry is family affair for Morgans
CLARION COUNTY — A former Parker worship minister, the Rev. Shawn Morgan, recently was installed as the new pastor at Fern Trinity Evangelical Congregational Church, 399 Golf Course Road, near Kossuth.
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Focus Features | January 5, 2017
Christians represented at ’60s level in Congress
WASHINGTON — The share of U.S. adults who describe themselves as Christians has been declining for decades, but today’s Congress is about as Christian as it was in the early 1960s, according to a new analysis by the Pew Research Center.
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Focus Features | January 5, 2017
Bulletin Board
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