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Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017

Verse of the Day | January 18, 2017
Verse
Not only so, but we also rejoice in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. ...

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Chuckle of the day | January 18, 2017
Chuckle
Elevator shoes: For people too lazy to put their foot in their mouth without help. ...

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Town & County | January 18, 2017
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 | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Airlines increase on-time arrivals
The chances that your flight will be on time and won’t get canceled appear to be looking up. The federal Department of Transportation reported Tuesday that 86.5 percent of U.S. flights in November arrived on time, an improvement over both the previous month and November 2015. Less than one-...

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Business Features | January 18, 2017
Wal-Mart to add about 10,000 jobs
NEW YORK — Wal-Mart plans to add about 10,000 retail jobs in the U.S. as it opens new stores and expands existing locations. The world’s biggest retailer said Tuesday that its plans will also generate about 24,000 construction jobs. The jobs will come from the opening of 59 new, expande...

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Business Features | January 18, 2017
GM to invest $1B in U.S.
DETROIT — General Motors plans to invest $1 billion in U.S. factories and add thousands of new white-collar jobs, measures that have been in the works for years but announced Tuesday after criticism from President-elect Donald Trump. In all, the Detroit automaker said it will create or keep 7...

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Bulletin Board | January 18, 2017
Bulletin Board
Today FREE COMMUNITY MEAL, 5 to 6 p.m., Saint Andrews United Presbyterian Church, 201 E. Jefferson St. Use the Cliff Street entrance. Hosted by Meridian United Presbyterian Church. FREE COMMUNITY MEAL, 5 to 6 p.m., Cabot United Methodist Church, 707 Winfield Road, Cabot. Learning About Add...

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Cranberry Local News | January 18, 2017
Court News
District Judge William O’Donnell SLIPPERY ROCK — District Judge William O’Donnell recently heard the following cases. James Dean Begley, 23, of Evans City, waived to court charges of driving under the influence, disorderly conduct and operating unsafe equipment filed Sept....

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Cranberry Local News | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Tools of the trade
HARMONY — Last week, apprenticeship students started to get hands-on training at the new Steamfitters training facility on Wise Road. Jan. 9 was the first day of classes. Steamfitters students deal with appliance- and industrial-based work, such as heating, refrigeration, air conditioning and...

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Cranberry Local News | January 18, 2017
Prison guards in hot water
Eight Butler County Prison corrections officers were suspended in late November and December after stealing items from inmates. Sheriff Mike Slupe, prison board chairman, supported Warden Joe DeMore disciplining the officers involved. “The prison board supports the warden’s decision in...

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Cranberry Local News | January 18, 2017
Pennsylvania Lottery warns about potential scams
The Pennsylvania Lottery is cautioning consumers to be aware of e-mails, phone calls and social media messages from scammers pretending to be a “claim agent or a “claim officer” representing the Pennsylvania Lottery. The scam includes a phone number with a 281 area code and a gmai...

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Cranberry Local News | January 18, 2017
Entertainment
Basic boating course offered The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission will offer a basic boating course from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 28 at the Unionville Fire Hall, 102 Mahood Road. The course is for age 11 and older, and those younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Admission is fr...

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Cranberry Local News | January 18, 2017
Real Estate Transactions
ADAMS TOWNSHIP John Major to Deanna and Jame Dattilo at 708 Braddock Court for $425,000. Broerman Real Estate LLC to FMZ Construction & Development Inc. at 839 Callery Road for $150,000. Camp Trees Partn. L.P. to S&A Homes Inc. at 167 Camp Trees Drive for $145,000. Far View Farms Dev LLC to NVR ...

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Cranberry Local News | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Taking Center Stage
President-elect Donald Trump is set to take the presidential oath of office Friday. And, as with his campaign and the general election on Nov. 8, nobody knows quite what to expect. It's a mystery as to what Trump might say when laying out the foundation of his term, or how the inauguration might pr...

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Cranberry Local News | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Township man injured in crash
CRANBERRY TWP — A township man was injured after crashing into a tree Thursday afternoon on Marshall Road. The unnamed driver was taken to the hospital shortly after 4 p.m. when his car traveled off the road in the 9100-block of Marshall Road and struck the tree head on. The vehicle sustain...

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Cranberry Local News | January 18, 2017
3 join CWNC board of directors
CRANBERRY TWP — Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School recently welcomed three new members for its board of directors. Cecilia Fichter-DeSando, James Sismour, and Jodi Potter are the newest members of the board. Fichter-DeSando joins the board with “significant leadership and educat...

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Cranberry Local News | January 18, 2017
4 face charges in gift card scheme
CRANBERRY TWP — Four Beaver County residents are facing retail theft charges. District Judge David Kovach last week held for court multiple counts of felony retail theft, conspiracy and theft by deception against Keith A. Hicks, 50, of Ambridge. Hicks along with Peter N. Hamlin, 43, of Ambri...

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Cranberry Local Sports | January 18, 2017
Side Lines
CWNC names O’Shea grid coach CRANBERRY TWP — Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School has named Patrick O’Shea its new head football coach. O’Shea has been an assistant coach for 25 years, most recently with CWNC. He replaces former Steelers linebacker Jason Gildon,...

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Cranberry Local Sports | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Still in the hunt
JACKSON TWP — Scrawled on a board in the Seneca Valley locker room was one word. Playoff. That’s how the Raiders’ girls basketball team treated their game against visiting Butler Monday night. With good reason. A loss and Seneca Valley would have been buried under a heap of oth...

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Cranberry Local Sports | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Huffman hits 1,000 points with CWNC
CRANBERRY TWP — Kylie Huffman returns home from practice, grabs two large ice packs from the freezer and places them on her aching knees. The cartilage that is supposed to cushion them is long gone — a casualty of surgeries on both knees within 10 months to fix a genetic problem with he...

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Cranberry Living | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Teacher Spotlight
SCHOOL: Evans City Elementary and Evans City Middle School GRADE: K-5 gifted resource EXPERIENCE: Held a variety of pre-K through 12th-grade teaching positions in public and independent schools, including learning support, middle-grades English language arts, PK-6 reading specialist and self-conta...

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Cranberry Living | January 18, 2017
Community Calendar
To have your group or organization listed here, contact The Cranberry Eagle by phone at 724-776-4270, by fax at 724-776-0211 or by e-mail at cranberrynews@butlereagle.com. ADAMS TOWNSHIP Adams Township Supervisors — 7:30 p.m. second and fourth Monday of every month at the township building. ...

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Cranberry Living | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Drone seminar focuses on responsibilities
With great technology comes great responsibility. Federal Aviation Administration safety team program manager Henrik Vejlstrup spoke about drone safety to 53 hobbyists and aviation professionals Saturday at the Pittsburgh-Butler Regional Airport. “Use common sense and follow the rules,”...

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Cranberry Living | January 18, 2017
Senior Menus
Senior centers in Cranberry Township, Cranberry Township Municipal Center, 2525 Rochester Road, 724-772-6086; Evans City, American Legion Hall, 213 E. Main St., 724-538-9414; and Mars, Penn Mar Plaza, 721-625-4466, announce the following lunch menus for the week of Jan. 23. Anyone 60 or older can r...

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Cranberry Eblast Only | January 18, 2017
Comedy for a Cure coming to Evans City
CRANBERRY TWP — Team Riddle is rolling on in the quest to raise funds for pancreatic cancer research. Township resident Kelly Riddle, the widow of the late Sean Riddle, has organized Comedy for a Cure, which will be held at 6 p.m. Jan. 28 at Ritzert Hall, 426 E. Main St., Evans City. The even...

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Our Opinion | January 18, 2017
Carfentanil’s arrival in Pa should surprise no one
Perhaps it sounds fatalistic, but it’s actually more realistic: carfentanil has finally arrived in Pennsylvania. And if that surprises you, well, it shouldn’t. The drug — 10,000 times stronger than morphine — was always destined to surface here sooner or later. Now it has, a...

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Letters to the Editor | January 18, 2017
Puzder’s not for Labor
Donald Trump has nominated fast-food CEO Andrew Puzder to lead the Labor Department. This is a bad choice for working people. This pick betrays the spirit of the Trump campaign and threatens to leave working people more vulnerable to abusive employers. Puzder opposes raising the minimum wage and s...

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Letters to the Editor | January 18, 2017
Grief counseling
We learn from professionals that there are five stages of dealing with grief. When presented with shocking and unsuspected news, and trying to deal with the reality, one tries to rationalize the outcome. The five stages we read about are: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance...

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Other Voices | January 18, 2017
Trump again picks the wrong fight
Donald Trump took to Twitter — surprise! — Saturday to slam U.S. Rep. John Lewis, the Georgia Democrat, for saying that he planned to skip Trump’s upcoming inauguration because he doesn’t consider Trump to be a “legitimate president.” However ill-considered Trump...

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Other Voices | January 18, 2017
Michelle Obama’s lasting life lessons
One of the books that I remember most vividly from my college years was Mary Catherine Bateson’s “Composing a Life.” Bateson, the daughter of legendary anthropologists Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson, posited in her book that life is “an improvisational art at every age....

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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. “Meningitis is a syndrome that refers to inflammation in the area that surrounds the brain,” says...

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Focus Features | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
New Cookie Debuts
MARS — Just in time to sink those New Year's resolutions about eating better, Girl Scout cookies sales are ramping up. Selling began Jan. 6, and this month marks the 100th anniversary of the cookie sales. And the troop members in the Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania, which represents more t...

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Potpourri | January 18, 2017
Potpourri
Saxonburg library lists programs SAXONBURG — The South Butler Community Library, 240 W. Main St., will host several winter programs in January and February: “Snow Much Fun” will be from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays during January and February for gr...

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Time Capsules | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Time Capsule
AIR TRACK- Virtually frictionless motion was illustrated in the physics open house at Butler High School in 1972. Pete Perri, president of the Physics Club, sets up an experiment on the air track. Specially designed objects for the air track ride on a cushion of air. ...

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Local News | January 18, 2017
Man charged in assault case
CRANBERRY TWP — An Allegheny County man faces charges of assault and harassment after allegedly punching his girlfriend last month. Brandon P. Cavey, 27, of Imperial waived his charges Friday to county court after an incident with his girlfriend, Larissa Good, in the early hours of Thursday. ...

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Local News | January 18, 2017
Woman faces theft charges
CRANBERRY TWP — A Beaver County woman Friday waived felony and misdemeanor charges after allegedly stealing money from Wal-Mart through deception. Danita L. Beasley, 29, of Aliquippa allegedly returned about $469 worth of items at the township Wal-Mart in March 2015 without receipts, accordin...

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Local News | January 18, 2017
Police: Mother gave son pills
CRANBERRY TWP — Police say a township woman endangered her child's safety after allegedly giving him antidepressant pills. Danielle L. Powell, 27, Friday waived felony charges of drug possession and endangering the welfare of children after an incident last month involving her 10-year-old son...

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Local News | January 18, 2017
Inmate count may not be affected
The pending closure of state prisons may not impact the Butler County Prison inmate population. At the county prison board meeting Tuesday, Warden Joe DeMore said the type of state inmate housed there — those serving technical parole violations — is a factor. “We may not be affec...

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Local News | January 18, 2017
Authority prepares for natural gas buses
BUTLER TWP — The Butler Transit Authority is moving forward with plans to renovate its bus facility in Butler Township to accommodate compressed natural gas buses. The authority plans to have the first phase of the process completed by the end of March or early April, authority executive dire...

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Local News | January 18, 2017
KC man killed in car crash
CONCORD TWP — A 25-year-old Karns City man was killed late Tuesday night when his car slammed into a utility pole and tree in the 1600 block of Route 38, authorities said. Spencer Foust was northbound about one-quarter mile south of Hooker around 10:30 p.m. when he lost control of his small N...

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Local News | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Philly man faces felony riot charge
ALLEGHENY TWP — An 18-year-old Philadelphia man and four youths are charged in a Monday night melee that injured three staff members at a juvenile detention facility. Andre D. Prater, a student-inmate at the Western PA Child Care on Route 38 in Allegheny Township, was arrested on a felony cha...

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Pennsylvania | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
4th attorney general since August sworn in
HARRISBURG — The fourth person to serve as Pennsylvania’s attorney general since August was sworn in Tuesday, promising to make integrity a priority at the scandal-plagued agency. Democrat Josh Shapiro, formerly a state representative and Montgomery County commissioner, said “a la...

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National | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Pence promises strong infrastructure backing
NEW YORK — Vice President-elect Mike Pence pledged to a group of mayors that the Trump administration will make a serious investment in infrastructure, and he told diplomats that Trump and his incoming team share “a commitment to engage with all of the world.” Speaking Tuesday to ...

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National | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
DeVos won’t undo public education
WASHINGTON — In a sometimes contentious confirmation hearing, education secretary pick Betsy DeVos pledged that she would not seek to dismantle public schools amid questions by Democrats about her qualifications, political donations and longtime work advocating for charter schools and school c...

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National | January 18, 2017
Interior nominee: Climate change real
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump’s choice to head the Interior Department on Tuesday rejected the president-elect’s claim that climate change is a hoax, saying it is indisputable that environmental changes are affecting the world’s temperature and human activity is a major reason. ...

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National | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Manning clemency puts focus on Assange
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama’s decision Tuesday to commute Chelsea Manning’s sentence brought fresh attention to another figure involved in the Army leaker’s case: Julian Assange. On Twitter last week, Assange’s anti-secrecy site WikiLeaks posted, “If Obam...

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National | January 18, 2017
Ocean tragedy underscores need for greater awareness
SALEM, Ore. — One moment, Jayson Thomas was on the Oregon beach with his 3-year-old son. The next, they were gone, swept away by a “sneaker wave” as his wife looked on. The man and his boy were but the latest to be lost to a sneaker wave, which are prevalent in the Pacific Northw...

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National | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Mom charged with taking kids in 1985
WARWICK, R.I. — A mother charged with snatching her two daughters from Rhode Island in 1985 is scheduled to appear before a judge Wednesday after police found the three living in the Houston area. An anonymous tip two days before Christmas led authorities to Kimberly and Kelly Yates and their...

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National | January 18, 2017
Prosecutor: Gunman's widow knew of attack
OAKLAND, Calif. — The widow of the Orlando nightclub gunman knew about the attack ahead of time, prosecutors said Tuesday as she appeared in court to face charges of aiding and abetting her husband in the months before the rampage last June that left 49 people dead. Noor Salman, 30, stood bef...

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National | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Health repeal could become GOP quagmire
WASHINGTON — Insurance premiums would soar for millions of Americans and 18 million more would be uninsured in just one year if Republicans scuttle much of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul without a replacement, Congress’ budget analysts said Tuesday. Spotlighting pot...

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National | January 18, 2017
Senator: Let states keep ObamaCare
WASHINGTON — Republican Sen. Bill Cassidy is making an offer to Democrats he hopes they won’t refuse: If their states like ObamaCare, they can keep it. A doctor who worked for decades in charity hospitals and clinics before joining Congress, Cassidy plans to introduce soon an updated ve...

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National | January 18, 2017
Legislation supports pledge to miners
WASHINGTON — Top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell on Tuesday introduced legislation to maintain health benefits for retired union coal miners whose companies have declared bankruptcy in recent years. McConnell was among those who successfully worked last year to provide a four-month extensio...

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National | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Inaugural address historic event
WASHINGTON — Tradition suggests it’s time for Donald Trump to set aside the say-anything speaking style and rise to the inaugural moment. But bucking tradition, or ignoring it altogether, is what got Donald Trump to his inaugural moment. When Trump stands on the west front of the Capit...

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International | January 18, 2017
Turkey arrests 27 with links to Dec. 31 attack
ANKARA, Turkey — Turkish police rounded up 27 people linked to the suspected gunman in Istanbul’s New Year’s Eve nightclub attack and the justice minister said today that the capture of the suspect will lead to a better understanding of the Islamic State group’s operations in...

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International | January 18, 2017
‘Big victory’ reported for Iraqi forces
BAGHDAD — U.S.-backed Iraqi government troops announced today they were in “full control” of eastern Mosul, after routing Islamic State militants from that part of the northern city almost exactly three months since the major operation started. The achievement was a “big vic...

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Police Reports | January 18, 2017
Police Reports
These items have been collected from various police departments. Butler Police 6:25 p.m. Monday — An unknown man is suspected of firing a gun into the air after he was caught trying to break into vehicles on Spruce Street in the city’s Institute Hill neighborhood. A neighbor wa...

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Digital Media Exclusive | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
New Cookie Debuts
MARS — Just in time to sink those New Year's resolutions about eating better, Girl Scout cookies sales are ramping up. Selling began Jan. 6, and this month marks the 100th anniversary of the cookie sales. And the troop members in the Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania, which represents more t...

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Death Notice | January 18, 2017
Kristen Kay Berry
Kristen Kay Gunderson Berry, 60, of Seven Lakes, N.C., whose obituary appeared in Sunday’s edition, and who died Monday, Jan. 9, 2017, is survived by her niece, Rachel Gallagher, of Harmony. The niece’s name was omitted. ...

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Death Notices | January 18, 2017
Death Notices
Donovan “Donnie” U. Baynes, Penn Hills Carol Campbell, Karns City Saundra J. Evankovich, Karns City Johanna Mae Everetts, Chicora Mary Josephine Schneider Fitler, Hilton Head Island, S.C. Lawrence Paul Heade, Saxonburg H. Ma...

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Birthday Tributes | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Tammy Grebeck
In loving memory of Tammy Grebeck whose birthday is January 18, 1958 My darling daughter, wishing you a Blessed Birthday in Heaven with our awesome Lord. You were always the joy of our family’s get togethers. Your beautiful smiles, the funny things you would say and do, we will never forget ...

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In Memoriams | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Tina Groves
In loving memory of our beloved Tina Groves who passed away five years ago today. My Angel Lives “Over The Rainbow” Somewhere over the rainbow Way up high There’s a land That I heard of once in a lullaby. Someday I’ll wish upon a star And wake up where the clouds are ...

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In Memoriams | January 18, 2017
Bernie Hohman
In loving memory of our beloved Bernie Hohman who passed away four years ago today, January 18, 2013. No matter how we spend our days No matter what we do No morning dawns or evening falls When we don’t think or talk of you. Loved and rememeberd, Linda, Amy, Tom, Alexis, Emily an Isabella...

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Photo Gallery | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
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Professional Baseball | January 18, 2017
Baseball HOF may welcome new members
NEW YORK — The cloud of steroids hovers above Hall of Fame voting, much as it shrouded baseball in the 1990s and early 2000s. Tim Raines, in his 10th and final year of eligibility, appears likely to gain election along with Jeff Bagwell when the Baseball Writers’ Association of America ...

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Professional Football | January 18, 2017
Lynn anxious to sell Chargers’ product
CARSON, Calif. — Anthony Lynn stepped to the podium under a brilliant sun Tuesday and immediately made the same verbal slip that everybody in Southern California will be making for at least a little while. “I am so proud to be the head coach of the San Dieg- uh, LA Chargers,” Lynn...

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Professional Football | January 18, 2017
Pats love the home life
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The New England Patriots have had what seems like an annual spot in the AFC championship game over the past decade. But the fact that this year’s game is at home could factor into whether they are able to make a return trip to the Super Bowl. The Patriots became t...

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Professional Football | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Tomlin unhappy about video
PITTSBURGH — The father in Mike Tomlin regrets the language he used to describe the New England Patriots during the postgame speech Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown opted to livestream on social media after a taut playoff victory over Kansas City. The coach in Tomlin has just a...

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Professional Golf | January 18, 2017
Murray turns ankle, still wins
MELBOURNE, Australia — When Andy Murray tumbled to the court, clutching his right ankle, the top of the men’s draw at the Australian Open momentarily took on a new complexion. Top-ranked Murray, a five-time runner-up at Melbourne Park, was leading his second-round match comfortably toda...

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Professional Hockey | January 18, 2017
Islanders dismiss coach Capuano
Stuck in last place in the Eastern Conference, the New York Islanders fired coach Jack Capuano on Tuesday, ending one of the longest tenures in the NHL. General manager Garth Snow named assistant GM/coach Doug Weight as Capuano’s interim replacement in the hopes that a new voice could provide...

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College Football | January 18, 2017
Panther woes continue
RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina State’s beleaguered defense had enough. Called out by coach Mark Gottfried after a miserable performance two nights earlier — and with things threatening to fall apart yet again — the Wolfpack regrouped down the stretch and held Pittsburgh to o...

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High School Basketball | January 18, 2017
Knoch rallies past Valley, snaps skid
JEFFERSON TWP — The new year did not welcome the Knoch boys basketball team with open arms. The Knights dropped their first four games of 2017, but coach Ron McNabb is hoping two non-section victories can get his team back on track. One night after earning a 75-58 win at Indiana, the Knights...

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High School Basketball | January 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Riding a wave
BUTLER TWP — Simply put, Seneca Valley jumped on a wave and rode it. The Raiders sank 26 of 34 shots from the field — including 8 of 8 in the first quarter with three treys — and 14 of 15 from the free throw line in surprising Butler, 72-65, in Section 1-6A boys basketball Friday ...

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High School Round Up | January 18, 2017
Freeport boys win 6th straight game
The Freeport boys basketball team continued its torrid play of late with a 71-52 win over Deer Lakes Tuesday night. It’s the sixth consecutive win for the Yellowjackets (9-5, 5-1) and their fifth straight section triumph. Ben Beale has been spearheading that charge, as he did again against D...

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Amateur Bowling | January 18, 2017
Bowling
Armco C League Standings: Pipe Shop 7-1, Crossbow Lounge 5-3, Transportation 4.5-3.5, Steve’s Auto Body & Repair 4-4, Sizzles Tans Blasters 4-4, Plant 2 4-4, Machine Shop 2.5-5.5, Proc. Mtce. 1-7 High men’s series-Neil Morris Jr. 701 High men’s game-Bill Fragale 259 High team g...

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In Brief | January 18, 2017
In Brief
SRU women sweep PSAC honors SLIPPERY ROCK — Slippery Rock University guard Lexi Carpenter has been named PSAC West Women's Basketball Player of the Week while SRU's Brooke Hinderliter has been named the league's Freshman of the Week. Carpenter scored 32 points, grabbed five rebounds, ...

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Trivia | January 18, 2017
Trivia
Who are the four players to appear in 19 postseason games with the Steelers? ...

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Scoreboard | January 18, 2017
Events
Wednesday Girls Basketball Karns City at Forest, 7:30 p.m. Moniteau at North Clarion, 7:30 p.m. Union at Venango Catholic, 7:30 p.m. A-C Valley at Cranberry, 7:30 p.m. Wrestling Seneca Valley at Butler, 7 p.m. Highlands at Knoch, 7 p.m. Pine-Richland at Mars, 7 p.m. Hickory at Slipp...

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Youth Sports | January 18, 2017
Youth Sports
The Butler eighth-grade gold boys basketball team downed Burrell, 34-29, Tuesday. Skylar Vavro scored 12 points and Carson Noble and Gavin Scutt each scored eight to lead Butler. ...

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