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Tuesday, Sep. 1, 2015

Local News | September 1, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
OPEN HOUSE
Students, parents tour intermediate
BUTLER TWP — The classroom of social studies teacher Chris Rock was draped in flags Monday as the former junior high teacher readied his room at Butler Intermediate High School for the first day of school.

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Pennsylvania | September 1, 2015
Animal activists plan vigil to protest Vick
PITTSBURGH — Animal activists are planning a candlelight vigil outside the Pittsburgh Steelers last preseason game Thursday to protest the signing of quarterback Michael Vick.

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National | September 1, 2015
‘Erroneous Zones’ author Dyer dies
LOS ANGELES — Wayne W. Dyer, who became the pied piper of the self-help movement with the 1976 publication of his runaway best-seller, “Your Erroneous Zones: Step-By-Step Advice for Escaping the Trap of Negative Thinking and Taking Control of Your Life,” has died at age 75.

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Local News | September 1, 2015
Driver dies in crash
JEFFERSON TWP — State police received a call about an erratic driver moments before a fatal head-on crash Monday evening on Bonniebrook Road.

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Local News | September 1, 2015
HOW MUCH HISTORY?
Zelie will use study to find out
ZELIENOPLE — A Seneca Valley High School alumni is leading a study to find out just how much history the borough has.

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Local News | September 1, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Family loses all in city fire
A Butler couple lost everything in a fire Monday morning.

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Local News | September 1, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Bad sidewalks
Pictured is a stretch of bad sidewalk in front of Olsen Engineering at 126 S. Main St. in Butler. Business owners are responsible for maintaining sidewalks and curbs in front of their properties. Last summer the city sent about a dozen notification of violation letters to downtown businesses informing them the deteriorated sidewalks in front of their properties are not up to code.

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Local News | September 1, 2015
Man indicted in fraud case
A former Butler County real estate agent has been federally indicted on charges he hid assets from bankruptcy court then used some of the money to buy a $350,000 home in Florida.

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Local News | September 1, 2015
Oil City man allegedly robs grocery store in Emlenton
EMLENTON, Venango County — An Oil City man is in jail after he allegedly robbed a grocery store Monday.

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National | September 1, 2015
Obesity affects Alzheimer’s
WASHINGTON — One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people’s weight in middle age may influence not just whether they go on to develop Alzheimer’s disease, but when.

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Local News | September 1, 2015
Burglary suspect caught
BUTLER TWP — A man wanted on an arrest warrant for allegedly burglarizing a Whitestown Village home last month is in the Allegheny County Jail following his weekend arrest on an unrelated charge in Pittsburgh.

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Local News | September 1, 2015
Charges pile up against city man
BUTLER TWP — A two-time felon is jailed in two new felony cases including one for allegedly stealing a car from a Butler business.

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National | September 1, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Getting teens to wear earplugs is challenge
CHICAGO — For New Trier High School sophomore Sophia Pellar, a pair of special earplugs recently donated by a North Shore audiologist has put an end to the pain she suffered when playing flute in the pep band.

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Local News | September 1, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Nurses have many roles in schools
MARS — School nurses handle more than stuffy noses and fevers.

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International | September 1, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Wireless pacemaker called landmark step
LONDON — A tiny, wireless pacemaker could offer some heart patients an alternative to the traditional devices, a new study says. Some doctors, however, say there are lingering safety questions and warned patients not to rush to get the new technology. 

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Local News | September 1, 2015
Turn lanes may help traffic flow
EVANS CITY — State and municipal officials hope the temporary left turn lanes added to Main Street will alleviate some of the traffic backups that have long plagued motorists, most of whom use Route 68 to commute between Butler and southwest Butler County.

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Pennsylvania | September 1, 2015
Supporters gird against ouster
HARRISBURG — Attorney General Kathleen Kane has retained a lawyer to look into disciplinary matters for her, the lawyer said Monday as her supporters mobilized against perceived efforts to force her out of office as she fights criminal charges.

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National | September 1, 2015
Clinton, aides stressed protecting info in e-mail
WASHINGTON — Hillary Rodham Clinton and her aides at the State Department were acutely aware of the need to protect sensitive information when discussing international affairs over e-mail and other forms of unsecure electronic communication, according to the latest batch of messages released by the agency from Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.

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Local News | September 1, 2015
Saturday event raises $7K for city police dogs
A musical fundraiser Saturday to benefit the Butler Police K-9 program raised $7,000.

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Local News | September 1, 2015
Seven Fields celebration new to Sept.
SEVEN FIELDS — Residents will have a chance to celebrate the end of summer at the Seven Fields 6th annual Community Day Carnival.

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Pennsylvania | September 1, 2015
Ex-official to plead guilty
HARRISBURG — A man who once played a major role in deciding what showed up on the shelves of Pennsylvania’s state-owned system of liquor stores plans to plead guilty to a criminal charge for taking cash and gifts from suppliers, federal prosecutors said Monday.

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Pennsylvania | September 1, 2015
State
WASHINGTON — Vice President Joe Biden will be marking the Labor Day holiday in Pittsburgh.

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Local News | September 1, 2015
Butler woman faces retail theft charges
Butler police arrested a city woman after she allegedly stole merchandise from two downtown stores Sunday afternoon.

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