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Friday, Feb. 27, 2015

Local News | February 27, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Mars science fair
Bryce Taylor, left, and Carson Thompson study how a model car stores energy in a mouse trap during the annual Mars Elementary School Science Fair Thursday in the high school gym.

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Local News | February 27, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Council criticizes parents
Butler City Council on Thursday criticized parents fighting the Butler School District's consolidation plans — specifically those against the idea of relocating fifth and sixth grade students to the junior high school.

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Pennsylvania | February 27, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
GOP set to pass Homeland Security funding
WASHINGTON — Hours from a partial agency shutdown, Congress is moving to approve a short-term funding bill for the Homeland Security Department that leaves intact Obama administration immigration policies Republicans vowed to repeal.

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Local News | February 27, 2015
Corrections
La Roche College offers a new four-year degree in psychology at Butler County Community College's main campus. That degree was not included in a story about BC3's degree partnerships with other colleges in an article in Thursday's edition.

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Local News | February 27, 2015
Town and County
CELEBRATING A BIRTHDAY today is Geoffrey Hankey, 17, of Cabot, the son of Tim and Patty Hankey.

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Local News | February 27, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
22-year-old implicated in more cases
The list of criminal cases continues to grow for a 22-year-old man already jailed on charges he broke into a Butler church and stole a pickup truck to haul away property taken from the house of worship.

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Local News | February 27, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
TRAIN DERAILS IN CENTER TWP.
Iron ore cars leave tracks
CENTER TWP — A derailed train shut down a railroad line running through the township.

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Local News | February 27, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
County reps back privatizing
HARRISBURG — Six of the seven state House members who represent Butler County voted Thursday to privatize much of the state-controlled wine and liquor store system.

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Local News | February 27, 2015
Parking ordinance approved
Butler City Council Thursday night approved the final reading of a new ordinance that will ban commuters from parking in front of residences near the downtown.

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Local News | February 27, 2015
2 hurt in I-79 crash
HARMONY — Two people were injured in a two-vehicle wreck Thursday evening on Interstate 79 in the borough, authorities said.

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Local News | February 27, 2015
Playground funding approved
Butler City Council Thursday night approved funding to add playground equipment to a city park.

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Local News | February 27, 2015
Woman issues apology
ALLEGHENY COUNTY — A Knoch High School graduate, who now is a resident of Allegheny County, is headed to court for allegedly trying to rob a bank of $40,000 after claiming to have a bomb.

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National | February 27, 2015
GOP set to pass Homeland Security funding
WASHINGTON — Hours from a partial agency shutdown, Congress is moving to approve a short-term funding bill for the Homeland Security Department that leaves intact Obama administration immigration policies Republicans vowed to repeal.

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Pennsylvania | February 27, 2015
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Flawed licenses being replaced

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Local News | February 27, 2015
Jackson to address noise complaints
JACKSON TWP — The township’s planning commission is planning to address complaints from residents about light and noise coming from the MarkWest Bluestone natural gas processing facility on Hartmann Road.

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Local News | February 27, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Food bank expansion construction begins
Work began Thursday on the expansion of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul food bank.

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