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  • 18 Dec 2018

    Carols of the Season Sung from Horseback

    They came by horseback, wagons, and even brought Santa on the back of a pickup truck to bring some Christmas cheer to the people of Dayton. It was a group of Facebook friends that decided to do something different for the holiday season. Laurie ...

  • 18 Dec 2018

    TESH: Holiday Intel for Better Living

    Although it’s meant to be the season of goodwill and cheer, December is the month couples argue the most. So what can you do? Wait it out. If the issues are still there in the New Year, consult a therapist before making any long-term ...

  • 18 Dec 2018

    Applications for Cultural and Historical Support Grants to Museums, County Historical Societies Now Accepted

    The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC) is pleased to announce that it will be accepting applications from qualified museums and official county historical societies for nearly $2 million in Cultural and Historical Support ...

  • 18 Dec 2018

    Historical Headlines – December 18

    12/18/1968 – The bridge in Ford City on Route 128 was temporarily closed today after a vehicle struck the bridge and caused slight damage. The shut down was expected to be lifted tomorrow. 12/18/1968 – The influenza virus caused IUP to give ...

  • 17 Dec 2018

    Oldies Dance Draws People to Bethel Township

    A dance is drawing a crowd from all over Armstrong County on the third Saturday of each month. Bethel Township Volunteer Fire Department sponsors the Oldies Dance. Fire Department President Dave McDonald said the dance has been going on for more ...

  • 17 Dec 2018

    Burrell Township Held Monthly Food Sale

    For the past six years, the Burrell Township fire hall has held a food sale on the third Saturday of every month. Although the crowd was lighter last Saturday because of the holidays, local residents still got a great bargain in everything from ...

  • 17 Dec 2018

    Rain is Better Than Snow in December!

    A string of horses and buggies travel down Route 839 on their way to Dayton in the midst of a rainy weekend afternoon.

  • 17 Dec 2018

    Historical Headlines – December 17

    12/17/1968 – David Mora, 12, from West Kittanning was hunting with his father Milo in the vicinity of Oscar and got a 200-pound buck. Bruce Wolf, 16, of Adrian, bagged a 7-point buck on the final day of deer season. John Cousins, Jr., of North ...

  • 15 Dec 2018

    Bagged Parking Meters Confuse Driving Public

    Kittanning Borough decided to give shoppers a Christmas gift by not charging for parking from December 10 through January 1. Since many people were not aware of it, the police department began bagging meters with red bags. However, it caused a ...

  • 15 Dec 2018

    Indiana Hospital Union Negotiation Progress Continues

    The Indiana Regional Medical Center and the Indiana Registered Nurses Association met for approximately six hours in a bargaining session on Thursday evening, following meeting for several hours on Tuesday. According to hospital spokesman Mark ...

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