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October 7, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Warriors Rock

CAHS Patriots join forces with JROTC to present patriotic performance

Linda Shearer cannot forget the way she felt after leaving a Warriors Rock production held earlier this year at Laurel Highlands High School in Uniontown.  “I was shaking. More...


Bruce Springsteen talks depression, family and new memoir

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Bruce Springsteen credits his music with helping him navigate depression and says playing marathon shows until he was exhausted helped chase away the blues.  More...

Democrat reports attack by Trump supporter in New Mexico


CJHS Class of 1966 holds 50th reunion

Connellsville Joint High School Class of 1966, the last class of the “Cokers” recently held its 50th- year golden reunion.  The celebration began with a pre-reunion get together at Bud Murphy’s on Sept. 16.  On Sept. More...

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On This Date

In 1896, The Wall Street Journal began publishing what is known today as the Dow Jones Industrial Average as a daily feature.  In 1985, the cruise ship Achille Lauro was hijacked in the Mediterranean by Palestinian terrorists.   More...


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Bible Digest

“Give, and it shall be given to you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. More...


Bucco   On Oct. 8 at noon, in the Carnegie Free Library Auditorium, the FRIENDS of the Library is sponsoring a fundraiser, Bunco (dice game). Tickets available by calling 724-626- 0131. They are $20 and include lunch. More...

Indian Head Church of God to host run/walk

The Indian Head Church of God will host its first annual 5k Run/Walk on Saturday. The event will begin at 9 a.m. at the bike trail near C. W. Resh’s Park. The registration fee is $25. More...

Oct. 8 is city’s fall cleanup

Oct. 8 is fall cleanup in Connellsville.  Put items out at curbside the evening before.  Advanced Disposal will not pick up hard to recycle items (hazardous, contains freon, paint, etc.). More...

Hospital Club to hold fundraiser

The Highlands Hospital Club will hold a fundraiser Oct. 10 to 12 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the hospital lobby. Purchase gifts for home and office from Pink Zebra. Cash and carry items will be available, and orders can also be placed. More...

Southmoreland students come to aid of Geibel friend

Cupcakes being sold at today’s football game for Noah Geary

Quite a lot has come from the joint venture of Southmoreland and Geibel high schools, which allows Geibel students who wish to play football to do so for Southmoreland. More...


Charter schools costing taxpayers

Guest Commentary

Charter schools are a part of Pennsylvania’s educational landscape, and high-quality charter schools have a place in the commonwealth. More...

This is the year to see national parks


The pinyon pine clutched the rock face with a life-or-death grip that has continued for decades, its deeply furrowed trunk twisting upward in a constant quest for sunlight. More...

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Falcons looking for homecoming victory

So far this season, section opponents have not been kind to the Connellsville football team. The Falcons are winless in Section 2-AAAAA and have struggled to be competitive on the scoreboard in all five of their section losses. More...

Connellsville blasts Hempfield

Thursday was Senior Night for the Connellsville boys soccer team, and the recognition seemed to give the Falcons a bit of a spark. More...

Frazier netters beat California

Southmoreland soccer teams earn wins

Gabrielle Alekson had 15 service points, and Alex Muccioli recorded the same number of digs as the Frazier volleyball team defeated host California, 3-0, in a Section 2-A match.  The Commodores won in sets of 26-24, 25-21, and 25- 20.  Khri More...

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