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Arts & Ent. Features | July 10, 2014
‘Game of Thrones’ earns a leading 19 Emmy nods
LOS ANGELES — The fantasy saga “Game of Thrones,” defying the Emmy Awards’ grudging respect for genre fare, emerged as the leader in the nominations announced Thursday with 19 bids, including best drama series. The meth kingpin drama “Breaking Bad” was next in li...

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Showcase | July 10, 2014
OUTDOORS
The free Outdoor Discovery series hosted by Butler County Parks and Recreation Department will feature That Guy with the Birds at 6:30 p.m. today at Alameda Park's Carousel Shelter. Admission is free. Call 724-284-5383. The program for July 17 will be “Backyard Predators.” Jennings Envi...

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Showcase | July 10, 2014
FILM
Monday Movies in the Park has free movies on Mondays through Aug. 4 in the Masonic Shelter at Alameda Park. Movies start at 8:30 p.m. Call Butler County Parks and Recreation at 724-284-5383. ...

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Showcase | July 10, 2014
MUSEUMS & MORE
The Old Stone House will host an Open Hearth Cooking and Bake Oven combined class Saturday and Aug. 16. Cost for each course is $35, with registration required at oldstonehousepa.org/tasteofhistory. Call 724-738-2409. The Old Stone House is at the intersection of Routes 8, 173 and 528 in Brady Towns...

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Showcase | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Unger, Madisonare at it again
FRANKLIN TWP, Beaver County — The Red Barn Players’ second show of the season is “The Odd Couple (Female Version)” by Neil Simon. It will run for eight performances beginning Friday. The show is directed by Tammy Erkman of Ellwood City. In Simon’s female version of h...

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Showcase | July 10, 2014
THEATER
Musical Theatre Guild will present the musical comedy “I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change” at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday as well as July 18 and 19 and at 3 p.m. July 20 at the MTG William A. Lehnerd Production Center in Memorial Park. Tickets are $17, available at May's Music Shoppe....

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Showcase | July 10, 2014
BEST BETS
CRANBERRY TWP — Cranberry Township's free, five-concert Thursdays in the Park series begins July 17 and runs through Aug. 14. The concerts start at 7 p.m. at the Rotary Amphitheatre in Community Park, Route 19. Performers include: Michael Christopher, country music band, July 17 Aeolian Wi...

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Showcase | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Cabot’s Cornetti opens for SummerFest
Cabot native Marianne Cornetti has performed at opera houses from New York City to London, Rome to Berlin, and Florence to Barcelona. The internationally renowned opera singer also takes time to come home, coaching students at Slippery Rock University and performing with the Butler County Symphony ...

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Showcase | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Performance will benefit scholarship fund
BUTLER TWP — A benefit performance will be held July 17 with one-act plays penned by award-winning playwright and Butler native Don Orwald. Orwald, who now lives in Granbury, Texas, will host “An Evening of One-Act Plays” at Butler County Community College’s Succop Theater t...

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Showcase | July 10, 2014
NIGHTLIFE
Natili’s Restaurant and Lounge, 104 W. Wayne St., presents cabaret with Rikki at 9 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays in July. Call 724-287-5033. A dance is planned for 8 to 11 p.m. Friday at the Mars VFW, 331 Mars-Valencia Road. A dance lesson is from 7 to 7:30 p.m. Music by Jazzy Jim. Admission is ...

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Showcase | July 10, 2014
MUSIC
Musicians' Concert Band presents “Star-Spangled Spectacular” at 7:30 p.m. today at Butler Intermediate High School. Admission is $5. Visit musiciansconcertband.com. Concerts in Harmony features Eugene and the Nightcrawlers at 7:30 p.m. today for a free concert at the diamond at Main and...

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Showcase | July 10, 2014
ART
The Associated Artists of Butler County hosts the third annual AABC Invitational Art Show at Cranberry Township's Municipal Center through July 18. Then the work will be transferred to The Art Center in Butler where an artists' reception will be from 7 to 9 p.m. July 25. The band Harmony Hot Haus wi...

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Chuckle of the day | July 10, 2014
Today’s Chuckle
Don’t think of death as the end, think of it as a factory recall. ...

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Town & County | July 10, 2014
Town and County
Items for Town & County should be submitted on weekdays no later than 4 p.m. the day before requested publication ...

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Business Features | July 10, 2014
New CEO on way
CRANBERRY TWP — The Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber will announce its new president and CEO soon. Jim Boltz, board chairman, said that a new leader has been selected from more than 200 candidates. That person will replace former president and CEO Rebecca Martin, who abruptly resigned April...

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Business Features | July 10, 2014
S. Butler hires business manager
JEFFERSON TWP — A new business manager has been hired for the South Butler School District. The school board Wednesday night approved Tammi Kinzel to replace Debbie Brandstetter, who left the position to become business manager for the Butler School District. Kinzel, a Butler area native, w...

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Business Features | July 10, 2014
Center Twp. awaits Rex Energy meeting
CENTER TWP — Township officials are still waiting for a meeting with Rex Energy to discuss leasing township land for natural gas drilling. The township supervisors Wednesday night said that Rex Energy is interested in leasing about 22 acres of township property. The lease would be a nonsurfac...

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Business Briefs | July 10, 2014
IN BRIEF
NEW YORK — Hollywood's summer at the box office isn't just missing nearly 20 percent of last summer's revenue. It's lacking swagger. Summer is the season for megabudget, chest-thumping, globe-trotting monstrosities — films so big they lure droves of Americans with heavily promoted prom...

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Bulletin Board | July 10, 2014
BULLETIN BOARD
KATIE'S KITCHEN FREE COMMUNITY MEAL, 5 to 6 p.m., St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 201 W. Jefferson St. Hosted jointly with Trinity Lutheran Church. Take Off Pounds Sensibly Chapter 0181, weigh-in at 6:30 p.m., meeting at 7 p.m., North Street Christian Church, 226 W. North St. For more infor...

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Our Opinion | July 10, 2014
Federal bureaucracy struggles with waste, spending ‘OPM’
A short story reported by the Associated Press this week has to have people shaking their heads at how the federal government manages its real estate. The story is only the latest report about taxpayer money being wasted to maintain thousands of empty government-owned buildings or in paying more in...

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Letters to the Editor | July 10, 2014
A help for vets
The fifth annual Operation Sandtrap golf tournament took place June 28 at Hiland Golf Course in Summit township. All proceeds help military veterans in need. Buck Riddley started this tournament and has organized it for five years. So far it has raised more than $23,000 for our vets. Many thanks t...

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Letters to the Editor | July 10, 2014
Prices may vary
It seems every day some crisis or disaster affects the price of oil and gasoline. Most of this is beyond our control, but I don’t understand the wide price range for gas within a 25 mile radius of our home. Two stations on Route 356 have regular for $3.999; another on 356 and one on Route 8 N...

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Letters to the Editor | July 10, 2014
Impeachable offense?
President Barack Obama is one witness away from impeachment for his possible involvement in the IRS scandal. Article 2, item 1 of the impeachment of Richard M. Nixon was approved July 27, 1974, in a 27-11 vote by the House Judiciary Committee. It stated: “He has, acting personally and throug...

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Letters to the Editor | July 10, 2014
Drink makes drunks
As I see it, the people who are complaining about not being allowed to get drunk at the concerts on the streets of Butler are the drunks and business owners who create drunks: bars, clubs, liquor stores, beer distributors and booze restaurants. ...

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Letters to the Editor | July 10, 2014
Another tax hike
Please give us seniors a break. This last tax that we got is high enough, and this year they raised it again. For seniors to take that amount out of our Social Security checks just can’t be done. I thought it would be good if we could make payments. It would make it so much easier, so I call...

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Other Voices | July 10, 2014
Understanding the highway funding fuss
WASHINGTON — It’s time for a primer on the Highway Trust Fund, which looms as the next battle in Congress’ unending budget wars. Created in 1956 to pay for the Interstate Highway System, the trust fund is both popular and controversial. To some, it’s a vast source of governm...

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Other Voices | July 10, 2014
OTHER VOICES
Nuclear waste storage casks at the Kewaunee nuclear power plant on the Lake Michigan shoreline serve as a potent reminder of a national failure: the inability to come up with a coherent strategy with sufficient funding on what to do about nuclear waste. After years of debate and billions of dollars...

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Religion | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Gift giving session planned at church
WORTH TWP — It really will seem like Christmas in July next week at Zion Baptist Church, 154 Currie Road. That's when Nicole Richards and Rachel Milligan, both of Slippery Rock, will hold their second shoe box party to gather and pack shoe boxes with gifts for children in need around the worl...

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Offerings | July 10, 2014
OFFERINGS
Aaron Shust, a contemporary Christian music artist, will give a fundraising concert for the Penn Christian Academy Student Scholarship Fund at 6 p.m. Friday at the Community Alliance Church, 800 Mercer Road. From every ticket sold, $5 will go toward the fund. Tickets can be purchased at itickets.c...

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Religious Round Up | July 10, 2014
RELIGIOUS ROUNDUP
A spaghetti dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday at Christ Community Church, 205 N. Duffy Road, will benefit member Sydney Widdersheim’s mission trip to Zimbabwe. The red offering Sunday will benefit Super Sprout Preschool. The church will accept rummage sale donations starting Sunday. The Firs...

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Local News | July 10, 2014
Caretaker charged with theft
CHICORA — A woman working as a caretaker in Parker Township is accused of stealing more than $60,000 from an elderly client. Diane K. Walker’s alleged crime stunned the victim’s family, who found it senseless for many reasons. “Margaret was a kind, kind lady,” said Sh...

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Local News | July 10, 2014
Drug charges filed
PENN TWP — A convicted heroin dealer was arraigned Wednesday on new felony drug charges following his arrest in May for suspected drugged driving. Middlesex Township police stopped the suspect, Nicholas J. Rodgers, 25, of Butler, just before midnight May 9 after he sped past an officer on Rou...

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Local News | July 10, 2014
Drug treatment clinic wins 3-2 council vote
A suboxone clinic has received a reluctant approval from the city to operate its facility downtown. City council voted 3-2 Tuesday night at a conditional use meeting to approve the A & R Health Services' move to 128 W. New Castle St. The clinic, which relocated from East Jefferson Street, has been...

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Local News | July 10, 2014
Dairy family files defamation lawsuit
The Marburger Farm Dairy family has filed a defamation of character suit in Butler County court that is related to the former Freeway Lanes on Route 19 in Jackson Township. Jim Marburger and his daughter, Carrie Robb, say Jim Kennihan of Zelienople Investment defamed them by suggesting last year at...

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Local News | July 10, 2014
Public comment policy questioned
The Butler County commissioners still are unsure what they should allow people to say during the public comment portion of their meetings. The discussion of what comments should be permitted arose again Wednesday after Commissioner Jim Eckstein complained about an internal e-mail Sheriff Mike Slupe...

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Local News | July 10, 2014
County adjusts pay for secretarial posts
Butler County is overhauling the pay structure for its workers. The county salary board on Wednesday took the first step in the process by adjusting the base salaries of about 30 secretarial posts in various offices, including their own. The additional compensation that county employees receive ba...

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Local News | July 10, 2014
County seeks grant from state to develop Alameda Park trail
Butler County is seeking a state grant to pay for the development of a trail in Alameda Park. The county commissioners on Wednesday approved submitting an application to the state Department of Community & Economic Development for $250,000. The county would be obligated to spend $50,000 to receive...

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Local News | July 10, 2014
Garage fire investigated
A Tuesday night fire that damaged a two-story garage apartment in Butler is considered suspicious, authorities said. The building that houses the apartment at 307 N. Bluff St. had been vacant since June 25 when it was condemned following a fire at the adjoining garage apartment. “It’s ...

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Local News | July 10, 2014
WHAT A RUSH: Butler grad races across America
SEVEN FIELDS — It was the bike ride of a lifetime. Ryanne Forcht Palermo, a Butler High graduate, recently completed the 33rd annual Race Across America as a member of Team PHenomenal Hope. Now 31, employed as a product manager for BUCHI Corp. and living in Seven Fields, Palermo joined teamm...

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Local News | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Butler lawyer plans appeal
Butler attorney Al Lindsay is stepping into a national spotlight as he now represents former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky in his latest appeal of his child sexual abuse case. Sandusky was convicted in June 2012 of 45 counts of abuse, including having inappropriate sexual conta...

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Local News | July 10, 2014
Woman, 25, injured; hit by garbage truck
CENTER TWP — A 25-year-old woman was seriously injured early this morning when she apparently walked into the path of a garbage truck backing up off Route 308, authorities said. A medical helicopter later flew Sarah Archer of Butler to Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh following the 5:...

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Local News | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
New site bridges past, future
CRANBERRY TWP — A refurbished Virgin Mary arrived at the new Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School on Wednesday. The statue, placed in the still-unfinished outdoor grotto visible from the school's chapel, is one of several pieces of art being brought over from the former North Catholic Hi...

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Pennsylvania | July 10, 2014
Parents sue over son’s death at state prison
PITTSBURGH — The parents of an inmate who hanged himself in a central Pennsylvania prison have sued the Department of Corrections for allegedly misusing solitary confinement to deal with mentally ill inmates. Brandon Palakovic, 23, killed himself in July 2012 at the State Correctional Institu...

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Pennsylvania | July 10, 2014
Student set to give plea in bomb case
PITTSBURGH — A Russian-born college student has been scheduled to plead guilty to charges that he built bombs without a license in his central Pennsylvania apartment. Federal prosecutors in Johnstown last month filed the charge against Vladislav Miftakhov, 18, after months of negotiations wi...

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National | July 10, 2014
Voice of Pinocchio, Dick Jones, silenced
LOS ANGELES — Dick Jones, the voice of Pinocchio in the classic 1940 Walt Disney cartoon, has died. He was 87. His son said Jones died Monday after a fall at home. The cause hasn’t been determined. Jones was just 10 years old but already had appeared in nearly 40 movies when he got the ...

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National | July 10, 2014
Father kills 4 children in rampage
SPRING, Texas — A father who authorities say went on a shooting rampage at a suburban Houston home, killing four of his children and two adults and wounding his 15-year-old daughter critically, has surrendered after a standoff and is in custody, police said. Investigators plan to charge the m...

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National | July 10, 2014
Psych drug reactions often bad
CHICAGO — Bad reactions to psychiatric drugs result in nearly 90,000 emergency room visits each year by U.S. adults, with anti-anxiety medicines and sedatives among the most common culprits, a study suggests. A drug used in some popular sleeping pills was among the most commonly involved seda...

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National | July 10, 2014
Church divides lands in court
ST. GEORGE, S.C. — About 50 conservative Episcopal churches in South Carolina are in court this week, trying to keep their name, seal and $500 million in land and buildings after they broke away from the national denomination in a wide-ranging theological dispute. The breakaway group, the Di...

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National | July 10, 2014
Visitors wait 5 hours for Harry Potter ride
ORLANDO, Fla. — You might need a magic wand to get on the new Harry Potter ride at Universal Orlando Resort. For a second day in a row, visitors waited up to five hours to get on the ride, Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts, located in the new Diagon Alley section of Universal Studios...

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Police Reports | July 10, 2014
Police Reports
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News Extra | July 10, 2014
Chamber picks board chair as new executive director
The Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber will have an easy time acclimating its new executive director to the area and the job. The board announced Thursday that its chairman, Jim Boltz, has been named to the chamber’s top job. The chamber covers an area from Pittsburgh to just north of Zelien...

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Death Notices | July 10, 2014
DEATH LIST
Wilbur C. “Bud” Badger, Kennerdell Richard Paul Beilstein, Butler Evelyn W. Clark, Butler Edna M. Gainan, Cabot John M. Gandy, Evans City Susan Louise Lewis, Harmony John F. Marti...

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In Memoriams | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Howard “Butch” Green
In loving memory of Howard “Butch” Green who passed away on July 10, 2008. Today recalls sad memories, Of a husband, father and grandfather gone to rest. The happy memories are what is held onto From the ones who loved him best. ...

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In Memoriams | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Kimberly Hutchinson Kienzle
In loving memory of our beloved Kimberly Hutchinson Kienzle who passed away one year ago today. Upright and just in all her ways, Loyal and true through all her days, Silently suffered, patiently bore God took her home to suffer no more. ...

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In Memoriams | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Sheila Marie Franz
Sheila Marie Franz, October 30, 1958 - July 10, 2005 Always in our thoughts; Missed in our hearts. ...

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In Memoriams | July 10, 2014
Joan I. Cooper
In loving memory of Joan I. Cooper who passed away July 10. It’s been 30 years since you were called away. Your place on earth no one can fill. We miss you and always will. ...

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In Memoriams | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Nancy C. Preston
Nancy C. Preston who passed away 14 years ago today, July 10. I speak your name with love and pride. I smile with tears we cannot hide. I thank you for the years we shared The love you gave, the way you cared. Remembering you is easy. I do it everyday. Missing you is the hardest part As it n...

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Professional Baseball | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Enraged Sterling refusing to sell
LOS ANGELES — A raging Donald Sterling denounced his wife, her lawyers and the NBA from the witness stand Wednesday, saying he will never sell the Los Angeles Clippers and vowing a lifetime of lawsuits against the league. “Make no mistake today,” Sterling shouted toward the end o...

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Professional Baseball | July 10, 2014
Pirates clipped by Cards yet again
ST. LOUIS — After dropping their third straight to the St. Louis Cardinals, the Pittsburgh Pirates did not believe the sky was falling. Catcher Russell Martin said the Pirates aren’t playing poorly, they’re just running into a team that’s suddenly gotten hot. “The Car...

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Professional Baseball | July 10, 2014
Bereavement list for Bucs’ Marte
ST. LOUIS — The Pittsburgh Pirates have placed outfielder Starling Marte on the bereavement list and slotted Francisco Liriano’s return to the rotation for Sunday, the last game before the All-Star break. The Pirates selected first baseman Matt Hague from Triple-A Indianapolis before We...

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Professional Basketball | July 10, 2014
Spurs, Popovich agree on contract extension
While the rest of the NBA world waits in limbo for LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony to decide where they are going to play next season, the San Antonio Spurs just keep quietly making sure the band is getting back together for a run at a second straight title. In the middle of the James hysteria on...

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Professional Basketball | July 10, 2014
Cavaliers swing 3-player trade
CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers have cleared a path for LeBron James to return to Cleveland. They’ve made their moves. They’re just waiting for him to make his. The Cavs created enough salary-cap space to offer the superstar free agent a maximum contract on Wednesday agreeing to trade...

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Professional Hockey | July 10, 2014
Toews, Kane get 8-year extensions with ‘Hawks
CHICAGO — This was a no-brainer from start to finish. Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane wanted to stay in Chicago and the Blackhawks wanted to keep the high-scoring forwards in the only NHL uniform they have ever known. All that was left was crunching the numbers on a pair of the biggest contra...

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Other Professional Sports | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Argentina in finals with shootout win
SAO PAULO — The World Cup’s second semifinal was supposed to put the silky skills of Lionel Messi and Arjen Robben in the spotlight. Instead, a goalkeeper and two rock-solid defenses stole the show. Argentina goalie Sergio Romero saved two penalties Wednesday to send Argentina into the ...

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Other Professional Sports | July 10, 2014
Froome drops out of race
ARRAS, France — Tour de France riders are heading toward Champagne country. The pack has set off on a 194-kilometer (120 mile) Stage 6 on Thursday — a day after defending champion Chris Froome droped out of the race after crashing twice and suffering a wrist injury. The course from Ar...

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Other College Sports | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Swartwout going back to hoops
BUTLER TWP — Bobby Swartwout has found a new home — and is going back to an old sport. The 2011 Butler graduate is transferring to St. Vincent College in Latrobe and plans to play for the Bearcats basketball team. He signed with West Virginia Wesleyan for baseball out of high school bef...

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Other College Sports | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Rice looking to elevate SRU softball
SLIPPERY ROCK —Stacey Rhodes was one of the most productive hitters in Slippery Rock University softball history. That was six years ago. Much has changed since then — except her address. Now married, Stacey Rice was recently named head coach of SRU softball. That comes on the heels o...

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Amateur Baseball | July 10, 2014
Fennell keys 1-0 victory
Ryan Fennell singled in the game-winning run in the sixth inning of Saxonburg’s 1-0 Eagle County baseball win over Freeport. Andy Firtz, Derek Fadowski, Zane Voltz and James Connelly also singled for Saxonburg. Connelly pitched seven innings and struck out nine to earn the win. Dustin Kodel ...

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Amateur Golf | July 10, 2014
HOLE-IN-ONE
Tammy Rape, on No. 5, 128-yard hole at Stoughton Acres, using a 4-iron. ...

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Amateur Golf | July 10, 2014
GOLF RESULTS
Triple S League Standings: MaxFlies 4, Pinnacles 3, ProStaffs 2, Titleists 1 MaxFlies: Ron Gibson (low gross 42), Bob Conklin (low net 33) Titleists: Keith Bell (low gross 44), Tom Goeppner (low net 36) ProStaffs: Bob Kalac (low gross 42), Rodger Walker (low net 36) Pinnacles: Mark Nocera (low ...

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Other Amateur Sports | July 10, 2014
Downtown Domination slated Aug. 16
Downtown Domination, a first-ever urban adventure race in downtown Butler, takes place at 4:30 p.m. Aug. 16. Teams of two to four participants will begin the event in New Castle Plaza. Each team will be given a clue sheet with the locations of 12 to 15 checkpoints/Butler landmarks embedded in the c...

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Other Amateur Sports | July 10, 2014 Butler Eagle Online
Staying fit, having fun
CRANBERRY TWP — Dave Stewart had a slight smirk on his face. Stewart offered an entertaining — but highly implausible — reason for why he enjoys playing pickleball. “The babes,” Stewart said. “They roll out in their wheelchairs to watch me ... You can't beat it....

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Trap Results | July 10, 2014
TRAP RESULTS
Butler County Trap League at Mars SAXONBURG 240: B. Clepper 49, E. Kennah 49, B. Clepper 48, M. Smith 47, M. River 47. MORAINE 238: B. Deal 50, B. Bateman 49, H. Dillaman 47, K. Bateman 47, K. Bryan 45. EVANS CITY 235: J. Barto 49, J. Ifft 49, M. Smelscer 47, J. Jurysta 45, T. Bream 45. MARS 2...

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In Brief | July 10, 2014
IN BRIEF
LOS ANGELES — A San Francisco Giants fan who suffered brain damage in a beating in a Dodger Stadium parking lot won his negligence lawsuit, with a jury agreeing that the Dodgers didn't provide adequate security and were partly to blame for the attack. Bryan Stow's father said his son probably...

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Mike Kilroy | July 10, 2014
Solid fight career for Minto
Brian Minto has had a remarkable boxing career. The Butler native has seen the world, made a lot of money and had one of the most entertaining fights I have ever seen when he took down Vinny Maddalone in the final round of a bout in July of 2004 in Atlantic City. He was losing that fight — 8...

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Pat Neubert | July 10, 2014
WOW 10K grows quickly
What a difference a year makes. Last year’s WOW (Where’s Our Water) 10K race in Middlesex Township was little more than a prayer to save a beloved landmark. This year’s race, scheduled for 8 a.m. July 19, represents faith that its mission will be accomplished. When Glade Run Lake,...

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Trivia | July 10, 2014
TRIVIA
Who is the only player in baseball history to produce five 30 homer-30 stolen base seasons? ...

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Scoreboard | July 10, 2014
EVENTS
Prospect League Butler BlueSox at Chillicothe, 7:05 p.m. ...

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Scoreboard | July 10, 2014
ON THE AIR
BOXING 10 p.m. FS1 — Welterweights, Erickson Lubin (5-0-0) vs. Noe Bolanos (25-9-0); light heavyweights, Humberto Savigne (12-1-0) vs. Jeff Lacy (28-4-0); champion Argenis Mendez (21-1-1) vs. Rances Barthelemy (19-0-0), for IBF junior lightweight title, at Miami CYCLING 8 a.m. NBCSN ̵...

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Scoreboard | July 10, 2014
DEALS
Wednesday’s Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL National League CHICAGO CUBS — Placed 2B Darwin Barney on paternity leave. Recalled INF Arismendy Alcantara and RHP Dallas Beeler from Iowa (PCL). Optioned LHPs Tsuyoshi Wada and Chris Rusin to Iowa. CINCINNATI REDS &#...

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Scoreboard | July 10, 2014
FOOTBALL
Aug. 3 — Hall of Fame game, Canton, Ohio. Sept. 4 — Regular season begins, Green Bay at Seattle. Sept. 7-8 — First full weekend of regular season. Oct. 7 — Fall owners meetings, Detroit. ...

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Scoreboard | July 10, 2014
BASEBALL
National League All Times EDT By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Washington 49 40 .551 — Atlanta 49 42 .538 1 Miami 44 47 .484 6 New York 42 49 .462 8 Philadelphia 40 51 .440 10 Central Division W L Pct GB Milwaukee 52 40 .565 — St. Louis 50 42 .543 2 Cincin...

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Youth Sports | July 10, 2014
PONY/COLT
Butler Prep Pony Applewood Chiropractic East Butler Indians 19, Kittanning 9 — I: Cody Schnur 3B 2B 2-1B, Gasret Banner 2B 2-1B, Trevor Gilliland 2B 2-1B, Jon Hansotte 2B 1B; K: Nick Benevuti 2-1B, Reese Matson 2-1B Applewood Chiropractic East Butler Indians 10, Karns City 0 — I: Cody ...

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