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Friday, Mar. 24, 2017

Arts & Ent. Features | March 24, 2017
Bill inspired by Snooki would cap speaker fees
TRENTON, N.J. — A bill inspired by former “Jersey Shore” star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi to cap what state public universities can pay to speakers was approved by lawmakers Thursday and now heads to the governor’s desk. The Democrat-controlled Assembly unanimously p...

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Arts & Ent. Features | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Dylan gives rare interview, talks Sinatra, Elvis
NEW YORK — Bob Dylan opened up about his music and songwriting and discussed his relationships with Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and others in a rare and lengthy interview posted exclusively to his website Wednesday. In the Q&A with author Bill Flanagan, Dylan recalled Sinatra telling him, &#...

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Business Features | March 24, 2017
Disney CEO Iger extends his contract through 2019
LOS ANGELES — Walt Disney Co. Chairman and Chief Executive Robert Iger has extended his contract by one year as the company’s board of directors continues to search for his replacement. Disney announced the extension Thursday. Iger, 66, was slated to leave the company at the end of Jun...

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Business Features | March 24, 2017
Ford says 1st quarter profits will fall
DETROIT — Ford said Thursday its first-quarter profit will fall by more than 50 percent to about 30 cents to 35 cents per share because of higher costs and lower vehicle sales. Analysts, on average, were expecting Ford to earn 47 cents per share for the quarter, according to Thomson Reuters. ...

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Business Features | March 24, 2017
Trump to OK Canada pipeline
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration will approve the Keystone XL pipeline today, senior U.S. officials say, ending years of delay for a project that has served as a flashpoint in the national debate about climate change. The State Department will recommend the pipeline is in U.S. interests,...

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Business Features | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Unethical?
NEW YORK — The Trump family is launching a new hotel chain in a bold expansion of a company that critics say is already too big and opaque for an enterprise whose owner sits in the Oval Office. The chain, called Scion, will feature the first Trump-run hotels not to bear the family’s gil...

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Livestock | March 24, 2017
Livestock
The Mercer Livestock Auction provided the following report from Tuesday: Commercial cows, high grades, $65. to $70., core sales, 57.50 to 66., and lower grades, 45. to 55.; fed-colored cattle, choice, 120. to 125.50, and selects, 112.50 to 114.; feeder cattle, average grades, 100. to 125., lower gr...

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Bulletin Board | March 24, 2017
Bulletin Board
Today FISH AND CHICKEN SANDWICH DRIVE-THROUGH, 3:30 to 7 p.m., Worthington/West Franklin VFD, window on Linton Street, Worthington. Takeout only. BAKED OR FRIED FISH DINNER, 4 p.m. until sold out, South Butler Township fire hall, 98 Old Plank Road. Takeout available. Fish Fry Dinner, 4 to ...

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Cranberry Eblast Only | March 24, 2017
Community garden aims for expansion in third year
ZELIENOPLE — A local community garden continues to grow in produce and involvement. The community garden at Oak Grove Lutheran Church plans on expanding in its third year of service by installing an orchard and building a 20- by 30-foot pavilion, the latter of which has received a $15,000 gra...

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Cranberry Eblast Only | March 24, 2017
Mars New Year will blast off with dinner
MARS — Residents are invited to attend the Mars New Year Blast Off Dinner, which will kick off the second Mars New Year event in early May. The dinner, which is $100 per person, will be held from 6 to 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 4, at the Twelve Oaks Mansion in Adams Township. The Mars New Y...

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Cranberry Eblast Only | March 24, 2017
Service dog sought in Lab for Liam project
MIDDLESEX TWP — A kickoff fundraiser aimed at getting a service dog for a local boy will be held next month. The Lab for Liam project is being coordinated by Donna Connelly, the mother of 5-year-old Liam Connelly, who was diagnosed with Down syndrome at birth and autism at age 2. Connelly is...

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Our Opinion | March 24, 2017
Veto initiative to mask ID of cops involved in killings
You know how the saying goes: “Same ----, different day.” That’s the way it’s been in Pennsylvania’s Republican-dominated General Assembly, where House members have once again advanced legislation that would keep vital information from the public in the event of police...

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Letters to the Editor | March 24, 2017
Squandered money
Regarding the water problem at Summit Elementary School and the aftermath. What really has me in a quandary is the money being spent on it. Superintendent Dale Lumley submitted a letter to resign stating his intention to retire early. The letter was accepted during an emergency board meeting on Fe...

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Letters to the Editor | March 24, 2017
A steep price
It hardly seems fair for one nation under God to be made to pay the lifetime of karma for Trump and Putin. ...

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Jay Ambrose | March 24, 2017
Gorsuch impresses as qualified and mature
For a lesson in law and the Constitution and what judges are supposed to do, it would be hard to beat watching the recent TV appearances of the erudite, gentlemanly, down-to-earth Neil Gorsuch. He was on air not to give a collegiate lecture, although he has done that, but due to Senate hearings on h...

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George Will | March 24, 2017
GOP fix will resemble ObamaCare
“Mend it, don’t end it” was Bill Clinton’s rhetorical straddle regarding affirmative action. Republican efforts to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) look increasingly like “mend it, don’t end it.” The problem is not that, ...

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Focus Features | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Don’t be so quick to mock pet parents
NEW YORK — It’s easy to jump directly to “crazy cat lady” or poke fun at “stay-at-home dog moms” when describing intense relationships between humans and their pets. But for some who spend the bulk of each day with their animals, it’s more like a two-way he...

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Focus Features | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Freeport High stages 'Cinderella'
BUFFALO TWP — Freeport High School will present Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical “Cinderella” at 7:30 p.m. March 30 and 31 and April 1, and at 2 p.m. April 2, at the middle school auditorium. Tickets are available from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the middle school gym entrance, by e-...

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Local News | March 24, 2017
Farm bureau will hold spring meeting
PROSPECT — The Butler County Farm Bureau will hold its spring meeting Thursday at the Prospect Volunteer Fire Hall. The 6:30 p.m. program includes speakers Nicole Stuchal and Doug Dick on farm safety and grain bin rescue. Those attending the meeting may bring nonperishable food, paper product...

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Local News | March 24, 2017
Apartment fire chases Clarion County families
MONROE TWP, Clarion County — State police are investigating the cause of a fire that displaced 13 families in a South Second Avenue complex Thursday afternoon. Clarion state police report the blaze destroyed 15 apartments and the office at Corcetti Apartments, causing an estimated $1.5 millio...

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Local News | March 24, 2017
CVCC again exceeds its goal
ZELIENOPLE — The Connoquenessing Valley Community Chest has once again achieved it goal for the 2016-17 fundraising year, officials said. The local annual fundraising campaign that kicked off in September, raised about $43,000 as of Thursday, exceeding its $40,000 goal. “We kind of had...

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Local News | March 24, 2017
Pickup truck hits wall
CHICORA — A pickup slammed into a retaining wall along North Main Street early this morning. Chief Cody Craig of the Chicora Volunteer Fire Department said the Chevy S-10 was totaled, but the driver did not appear to be injured. Craig said the driver, whose name was unavailable, extricated h...

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Local News | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
CVE Cares project honors late officer
ZELIENOPLE — For fourth-grader Charlee Kollek, this month’s “CVE Cares” project was a personal endeavor. Charlee, 9, along with classmate and friend Kylie Baker, 10, headed a collection this week to give Connoquenessing Valley Elementary School students rainbow loom bracelet...

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Local News | March 24, 2017
Teen hurt in fall from tree
DONEGAL TWP — A man was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital after falling roughly 20 feet from a tree stand in a wooded area off Manculich Lane Thursday afternoon. Chief Cody Craig of the Chicora Volunteer Fire Department said the 19-year -old, whose name and residence were unavailable, was lying ...

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Local News | March 24, 2017
5 alleged drug dealers nabbed in Lyndora raid
BUTLER TWP — Five alleged drug dealers are off the streets after a bust Wednesday night. The group was arrested Wednesday night for allegedly dealing drugs out of a Lyndora apartment. Butler County Drug Task Force officers, with help from township police, executed a search warrant at 8:35 p....

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Local News | March 24, 2017
Boy, 16, charged in city drug bust
A 16-year-old Butler boy was busted Thursday morning with a backpack containing felony weight marijuana, a digital scale and other contraband, city police said. The bag also contained a stun gun and metal knuckles. Butler police said the boy, who they did not identify, faces charges of possession ...

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Local News | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Fire keeps prairie 'pure'
BUTLER TWP — Part of Preston Park was purposely set on fire Friday afternoon, but for good reason. Firefighters and park volunteers participated in a controlled burn to maintain some of the fields in the park. Dave Heltzell is the leader of the volunteers at Preston Park and a certified bur...

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Local News | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Service dog sought in Lab for Liam project
MIDDLESEX TWP — A kickoff fundraiser aimed at getting a service dog for a local boy will be held next month. The Lab for Liam project is being coordinated by Donna Connelly, the mother of 5-year-old Liam Connelly, who was diagnosed with Down syndrome at birth and autism at age 2. Connelly is...

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Local News | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Police charge suspect's mother
BUTLER TWP — Police have charged the mother of the suspect in the death of 4-year-old Bentley Thomas Miller with child endangerment and helping the suspect evade capture. Kristen Herold, 43, of Wexford and formerly of Butler, was charged this morning with two counts of felony hindering appreh...

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Pennsylvania | March 24, 2017
4 state GOP congressmen oppose bill
HARRISBURG — Four Republican congressmen from Pennsylvania are now saying they’re opposed to House GOP health care legislation backed by President Donald Trump. Allentown-area Rep. Charlie Dent said Wednesday night that he opposes the bill. It would undo major elements of former Presid...

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Pennsylvania | March 24, 2017
Explosion destroys home; dogs survive
PITTSBURGH — A gas explosion that leveled a home in Moon Township on Thursday afternoon somehow spared two dogs that were inside. Officials say the homeowner was at work and no one was injured. One of the dogs suffered an eye injury and burns. People’s Gas spokesman Barry Kukovich sa...

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National | March 24, 2017
Deaths on rise in section of population
In 2015, a pair of economists received widespread attention for their study showing that since the late 1990s the death rate has been rising for middle-aged white Americans. Now a new analysis by the same Princeton University team has identified which part of that population was driving that trend:...

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National | March 24, 2017
Study says bad luck also leads to cancer
Even in a world with a pristine environment, no cigarettes and the ability to fix faulty genes inherited from our parents, most of the cancers diagnosed today still would occur — a combination of biology and bad luck. Every new case of cancer depends on a collection of specific mutations in o...

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National | March 24, 2017
Dems may delay vote on court pick
WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats vowed Thursday to impede Judge Neil Gorsuch’s path to the Supreme Court, setting up a political showdown with implications for future openings on the high court. Still irate that Republicans blocked President Barack Obama’s nominee, Democrats consider...

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National | March 24, 2017
Intel chairman Nunes apologizes for briefing
WASHINGTON — The White House claimed vindication while the House intelligence committee chairman privately apologized in the wake of his decision to brief President Donald Trump on secret intelligence intercepts related to a probe of Russian interference in the election. Rep. Devin Nunes, a C...

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National | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Same divisions hinder Republican Congress
WASHINGTON — With control of the White House and Senate and a commanding majority in the House, Republicans were supposed to brush off any challenge from the hardline Freedom Caucus and work their will with impunity. But something happened on the way to governing. Now, House Republican leade...

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National | March 24, 2017
‘Dealmaker’ Trump places health care bet
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump, the author of the best-selling book, “The Art of the Deal,” is about to see his deal-making abilities ratified in a legislative showdown on the House floor — or dramatically rebuffed. Trump, in a message relayed by White House officials, ...

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National | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
House sets risky health vote after Trump demand
WASHINGTON — In a gamble with monumental political stakes, Republicans set course for a climactic House vote on their health care overhaul after President Donald Trump claimed he was finished negotiating with GOP holdouts and determined to pursue the rest of his agenda, win or lose. House Spe...

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International | March 24, 2017
Egypt’s Mubarak returns home
CAIRO — Egypt’s former President Hosni Mubarak returned home today, free following his release from custody after legal proceedings that took years since his 2011 ouster — years during which the country witnessed major upheavals and rights activists saw their hopes scuttled that th...

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International | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Attack details released
LONDON — UK police are combing through “massive amounts of computer data” and more than 2,500 items seized in searches across the country as they look for clues about why a British-born man became radicalized and launched a deadly attack on Parliament. London’s top counterte...

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International | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Utah man killed in London attack was hit on bridge
WEST BOUNTIFUL, Utah — A Utah couple was enjoying the final day of their European trip to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary when they were among the crowd of people on London’s Westminster Bridge who were struck by an SUV. Kurt W. Cochran was one of four victims killed and his w...

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Police Reports | March 24, 2017
Police Reports
These items have been collected from various police departments. Butler Police 8:10 a.m. Sunday — A 10-year-old Butler boy was charged with recklessly endangering another person and disorderly conduct after allegedly putting oven cleaner in coffee given to his mother at their Mercer S...

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News Extra | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Bail denied for suspect in boy's murder
The sole suspect in the death of a 4-year-old Butler boy appeared via video before a Butler County judge this afternoon, for a hearing in an unrelated case. Judge William R. Shaffer lifted a bench warrant against 20-year-old Keith Jordan Lambing that had been issued after Lambing failed to appear f...

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Digital Media Exclusive | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Service dog sought in Lab for Liam project
MIDDLESEX TWP — A kickoff fundraiser aimed at getting a service dog for a local boy will be held next month. The Lab for Liam project is being coordinated by Donna Connelly, the mother of 5-year-old Liam Connelly, who was diagnosed with Down syndrome at birth and autism at age 2. Connelly is...

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Digital Media Exclusive | March 24, 2017
Mercer prisoner faces rape charge
An inmate from Mercer County Jail out on a work release program has been charged with rape and victim intimidation after allegedly assaulting a 46-year-old woman in the parking lot of the Grove City outlet mall. State police in Mercer have charged Albert Scott Tedrow, 46, formerly of New Castle, wi...

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Digital Media Exclusive | March 24, 2017
5 alleged drug dealers nabbed in Lyndora raid
BUTLER TWP — Five alleged drug dealers are off the streets after a bust Wednesday night. The group was arrested Wednesday night for allegedly dealing drugs out of a Lyndora apartment. Butler County Drug Task Force officers, with help from township police, executed a search warrant at 8:35 p....

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Digital Media Exclusive | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Fire keeps prairie pure
BUTLER TWP — Part of Preston Park was purposely set on fire Thursday afternoon, but for good reason. Firefighters and park volunteers participated in a controlled burn to maintain some of the fields in the park. Dave Heltzell is the leader of the volunteers at Preston Park and a certified b...

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Death Notice | March 24, 2017
Catherine “Kay” Elizabeth Tiedt Chenot Divers Coleman
Catherine “Kay” Elizabeth Tiedt Chenot Divers Coleman, formerly of Butler, who died Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, and whose obituary appeared in the Feb. 23 edition, is survived by her daughter-in-law, Donna J. Losteter Sellers Chenot. She was omitted as a survivor. ...

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Death Notices | March 24, 2017
Death Notices
Catherine “Kay” Elizabeth Tiedt Chenot Divers Coleman, formerly of Butler James A. Geibel, Chicora Dorothy “DoDo” L. Stevenson Gladd, Butler Rose Grindel Jesteadt, Prospect Rebecca Lynn Maynard, Cranberry Township ...

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Birthday Tributes | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
June “Nanny” Hartman
In loving memory of our beloved mother, June “Nanny” Hartman whose birthday is March 24. Thinking of You with Love Birthday thoughts of you today, but that is nothing new. We thought about you yesterday, and days before that too. We think of you in silence, we often speak your name. ...

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Birthday Tributes | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Nathan S. Finucan
BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE for Nathan S. Finucan Happy 41st birthday. We love you very much. Sadly missed by, Dad, Mom, Mike, Todd and Chad ...

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In Memoriams | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Virginia Uram
In loving memory of our beloved wife, mother and grandmother, Virginia Uram, who passed away six years ago today. Deep down in our hearts there’s a picture Worth more than silver and gold, ‘Tis a picture of our dear mother, Whose memory will never grow old. We miss you now, our hear...

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In Memoriams | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
William “Bill” Reep
In loving memory of our dad and grandpa, William “Bill” Reep. Your life was a blessing, Your memory a treasure. You are loved beyond words And missed beyong measure. It’s been 15 years since you have left, What we wouldn’t do to have one more day with you. We Love You...

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Photo Gallery | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
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Professional Baseball | March 24, 2017
Bucs’ Kang likely out of 2017 opener
FORT MYERS, Fla. —Asked about whether it is reasonable to rule out Jung Ho Kang for Opening Day, Pirates general manager Neal Huntington said, “We’re pretty much there.” This is no surprise. Not only has Kang missed the entirety of spring training thus far, more than a month...

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Professional Football | March 24, 2017
NFL considering proposed changes
NEW YORK — NFL owners will consider proposals next week to cut regular-season overtime from 15 minutes to 10; eliminate players leaping over the line on kick plays; and expansion of coaches’ challenges and what can be reviewed by officials. In what promises to be a busy annual meeting ...

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Professional Hockey | March 24, 2017
Pens bested on road
OTTAWA, Ontario — The Ottawa Senators got a big win, but lost a player in the process. Kyle Turris and Bobby Ryan scored in the shootout as the Senators beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1 Thursday night. They appear to have lost defenseman Marc Methot for perhaps an extended period of time, tho...

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College Basketball | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Late trey does in WVU
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Jevon Carter fired up two potential tying 3-pointers only to see them go off-target and Gonzaga didn’t allow West Virginia to get off a third. A defensive stop was a fitting way for this offensively challenged Sweet 16 matchup to end. Jordan Mathews hit the go-ahead ...

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College Basketball | March 24, 2017
Xavier edges 2-seed Arizona
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Trevon Bluiett scored 25 points, Sean O’Mara scored inside with 40 seconds left and No. 11 seed Xavier upset No. 2 Arizona 73-71 in the West Region of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday night. Xavier (30-13) stayed with the second-seeded Wildcats behind Bluiett’s 1...

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College Round Up | March 24, 2017
Pioneers, Rock score sweeps
The Butler County Community College softball team's bats dominated a doubleheader at the Community College of Beaver County Thursday afternoon. The Pioneers scored a combined 28 runs in posting five-inning wins of 10-1 and 18-1. In the first game, Nicole Houk singled three times and drove in one r...

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High School Football | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Chizmar opts to try Penn State
ADAMS TWP — It may be viewed by some as taking a chance, but Max Chizmar sees it as taking a shot at living his dream. The Mars senior passed up three offers to play football at other colleges in hopes of making Penn State University’s team as a preferred walk-on. Chizmar turned down o...

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High School Track & Field | March 24, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Appreciating the assistance
ZELIENOPLE — Wayne Roccia calls it a group award. The 1968 Seneca Valley graduate and long-time Raiders track and field coach will be inducted into the Butler County Sports Hall of Fame at the organization's 52nd annual banquet April 29 at the Butler Days Inn. “I'm extremely humbled an...

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Other High School Sports | March 24, 2017
Butler tennis takes 5-0 loss at Moon
Butler's boys tennis team suffered a 5-0 road defeat at Moon Thursday afternoon. The Golden Tornado will look to rebound when they travel to Kiski Area today. Moon 5, Butler 0 Singles 1-Logan D'Angelo (M) def. Matt McMaster 6-0, 6-0; 2-Nick Magnelli (M) def. Nate Errington 6-1, 6-1; 3-Ava...

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Other High School Sports | March 24, 2017
Butler battling experienced section
BUTLER TWP — There is good news and bad news surrounding the Butler High School boys tennis team this spring. Good news: The Golden Tornado graduated only two seniors from last season. Bad news: Those two seniors — Devin Fitz and Cam Sedwick — were its two best players. Good new...

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In Brief | March 24, 2017
IN BRIEF
WASHINGTON — John Thompson III was fired as Georgetown’s basketball coach Thursday after two consecutive losing seasons at the school his father led to a national championship. Thompson, known as “JT3,” was Georgetown’s head coach for 13 seasons, including a run to the...

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Notices | March 24, 2017
Notices
Youth hoop tourney NATRONA HEIGHTS — North American Youth Sports has announced openings remain for its second spring youth basketball tournament April 21-23 at St. Joseph High School. The tournament features boys and girls brackets from fifth-sixth grade through 11th-12th. Entry fee is $110 ...

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Trivia | March 24, 2017
Trivia
During the 1970's, who became the first New York Yankee since Lou Gehrig to be named team captain? ...

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