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  • 20 Nov 2017

    Free Training Available for Former Coal Industry Workers

    A new, targeted training program for displaced coal workers and others in the Appalachian region will introduce participants to natural gas utility and pipeline operations careers and enable them to become stronger candidates for jobs. The ...

  • 20 Nov 2017

    Saturday Accident Caused by DUI

    A Saturday evening accident occurred on Butler Road near the BP gas station. According to Pennsylvania State Police, the unidentified 71-year-old driver was found to be under the influence of alcohol and/or a controlled substance. Charges will ...

  • 20 Nov 2017

    Community Action Agency Receives Donation for Turkey Fund

    Members of NWTF the Kit-han-ne Chapter gave their $150.00 donation towards the Armstrong County Community Action Turkey Fund. This donation will help fund the voucher program that supports 1,218 families in Armstrong County. Pictured from left ...

  • 20 Nov 2017

    Beer Sales Climbing for Holidays

    Workers at Armstrong Beer Distributing in Kittanning take a brief moment for a picture. Sales of alcoholic beverages throughout the area have been climbing in preparation for the holiday and deer season. The employees pictured left-to-right are: ...

  • 17 Nov 2017

    (VIDEO) Kittanning Businesses Kick Off Christmas Season

    One thing is clear – Santa Claus came to Kittanning Friday night, November 17. Riding in on Kittanning Hose Company #1 aerial truck, Santa threw the magic snow that lit the lights. Then he dismounted and made his way into Citizens Bank, ...

  • 17 Nov 2017

    Local Coffee Business Featured at Tonight’s Christmas Kick-Off

    KITTANNING – Armstrong County will have the opportunity to taste-test coffee from around the world during tonight’s light-up event in Kittanning. Ispirare (pronounced EES-PEE-R-A) Coffee (which means “inspirational”) is ...

  • 17 Nov 2017

    Armstrong Defeats Franklin Regional on a Special Night

      On Thursday, the Armstrong River Hawks varsity hockey team hosted the Franklin Regional Panthers in the second game of a double header at the Belmont, honoring the complex‚Äôs 50 year anniversary. The River Hawks came out firing in the ...

  • 16 Nov 2017

    No Tax Increase Planned in North Buffalo 2018 Budget

    NORTH BUFFALO – Supervisors in North Buffalo Township approved the tentative budget for 2018 without the need to raise taxes. The general fund budget calls for $845,395 in expenses and only an estimated $537,810 in revenue. Supervisors ...

  • 16 Nov 2017

    Local Student Athlete Competes in Dog Competition

    Danielle Kunst with her two German Shorthaired Pointers. Ace on her right and Ali on her left. Danielle was able to finish Ali as a champion in the show ring when he was just 13 months of age. She co-owns and trains both with her Father Paul ...

  • 16 Nov 2017

    West Shamokin Announces Honor Roll Students

    West Shamokin Honor Roll Students: Seventh Grade: Adamson, Rachel M. Cecconi, Rachel M. Hetrick, Olivia J. Hopper, Alyssa R. Houser, Clayton J. Jacobs, Melody M. Schreckengost, Brooke Schreckengost, Riley F. Stear, Shawnee L. Stockdale, Jenna R. ...

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