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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 26, 2016
Woman blazes path to train priests
MUNDELEIN, Ill. — On the bucolic Mundelein campus that houses a theological university and the largest Roman Catholic seminary in the U.S., there are 220 men studying to be priests — plus one woman about to join a small cadre of female faithful blazing new paths.
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Focus Features | May 26, 2016
6th-grader maps out victory
WASHINGTON — Florida native Rishi Nair, a sixth-grader at Williams Middle Magnet School in Tampa, beat out nine other young geography whizzes to win the National Geographic Bee Championship Wednesday.
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Butler Eagle Online Focus Features | May 25, 2016
CLASSROOMS WITHOUT BORDERS
Seneca teacher will visit Poland, study Holocaust
CRANBERRY TWP — When Jim Lucot was 4, his grandmother took him to see the grave of his great-uncle, who was killed in World War II.
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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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Religion | May 21, 2016
Vacation Bible Schools
The following churches have announced dates for vacation Bible schools:
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Butler Eagle Online Recipes | May 21, 2016
Roasted chickpeas, grilled cheese team up
Roasted chickpeas can be a surprisingly meaty snack. They also can be a delicious addition to grain and fresh salads, adding a savory, crunchy component to an otherwise humdrum dish.
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Butler Eagle Online Recipes | May 21, 2016
Love refried beans? And edamame? You'll love refried edamame
The first time I ate fresh soybeans was, naturally enough, at a Japanese restaurant. Known as edamame, the dish is a staple of Japanese restaurant menus.
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