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July 18, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Everson man accused of stealing, using bank card

Connellsville police used surveillance video from two Uniontown stores to link an Everson man to the illegal use of a bank card to make nearly $1,170 in purchases, according to court papers.  More...

News

F.C. Fireman’s Association elects new officers

The Fayette County Fireman’s Association recently announced new officers. They include (first row, from left) Harold Whyel, treasurer; A.J. More...

New IRS policy allows some tax-exempt groups to veil donors

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is lifting requirements that some tax-exempt groups disclose the identities of their donors to federal tax authorities.  The change benefits groups that spend millions of dollars on political ads, More...

Trump corrects quote, says misspoke on Russian meddling

WASHINGTON (AP) — Blistered by bipartisan condemnation of his embrace of a longtime U.S. More...

Opinion

Decent people are sick and tired of hate crimes

(AP) –– Timothy Trybus got what he deserves.  The middle-aged loudmouth starring in a viral video for all the wrong reasons –– a bigoted, threatening rant berating a young woman for wearing a Puerto Rican flag shirt &ndas More...

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Mueller reveals link between Manafort charges and Trump

It’s often been observed that special counsel Robert Mueller, assigned to investigate alleged Trump-Russia collusion in the 2016 presidential campaign, has yet to charge anyone with a crime involving Trump-Russia collusion in the 2016 president More...

Sports

McKnight to compete at Cal U

Blake McKnight isn’t the biggest, strongest or fastest athlete, but when it comes to taking on a challenge, McKnight doesn’t take a back seat to anyone.  More...

U.S. golf stars have grown up together

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (AP) — Justin Thomas lost a skin by making bogey. He won a bet by making par.  All on the same hole.  More...

Dunbar falls in section finals

Logan Lowery connected for a double, single and three RBIs, but the Dunbar 10-12 Little League All-Stars lost to C-Side (Canonsburg), 13-5 in the Section 2 Tournament on Tuesday at North Allegheny Little League. More...

Lemont Furnace man accused of rape

A Lemont Furnace man walked into a woman’s home early Sunday morning and sexually assaulted her, state police at Uniontown said.  Dalton J. More...

Mt. Pleasant residents face child endangerment charges

Two people are charged with five counts each of endangering the welfare of children after police and Medic 10 responded to a call for an overdose in June. Richard Lee Silvis, 25, and Kara Lynn Hazen, 25, both of Mt. More...

City’s popularity creates parking issues

The city of Connellsville has become a popular recreation destination and while that may be a good problem to have, it is still creating a problem.  City police were called a number of times over the weekend regarding cars parked illegally in Yo More...

Obituaries

Margaret M. (Hall) Bryner

Uniontown

Margaret M. More...

Clara M. Skovira Connors

Scottdale

Clara M. More...

Norma Holt

Formerly of Connellsville

At her journey’s end, Norma Holt had peace as she held her daughter’s hand and joined her husband Sam Holt in heaven on July 10, 2018.  The daughter of a railroader and executive secretary, Norma was raised in Connellsville where she More...

Arts and Entertainment

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Pennsylvania Lottery

Pick 2 Day: 7-4 Night: 8-2  Pick 3 Day: 5-4-1 Night: 7-3-5  Pick 4 Day: 0-8-0-2 Night: 0-3-0-7  Pick 5 Day: 9-0-2-9-2 Night: 3-5-6-3-5  Wild Day: 6 Night: 5   More...

Do Just One Thing

Fresh ginger root is becoming a popular kitchen staple in many homes. If you find yourself with leftover root, there’s no need to toss it in the trash or compost; you can actually grow a new plant from it. More...

Lifestyles

Wife’s fear of side effects keeps her from taking medication

Dear Doctor: Could you please reassure my wife about “side effects”? She won’t take some of her prescribed medicine because the potential side effects include liver damage, blindness, stroke, heart attack and death. More...

Fay-West Calendar

Donations accepted   Connellsville Community Center Thrift Store, 201 E. Fairview Ave., is accepting donations of clothing, household items, and small appliances. The store is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. More...

Church News

Scholarships offered   More...

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