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Rain moved through Indiana, Saturday, and Hoosiers were ready for any scenario. Christine Hunt was not sure how her Saturday would turn out. She lives on Winston Drive in the northeast part of town. "I expected it to be way more then what it is now,"...
Tags: Weather, Labor Day, Weather Reports
INDIAN LAKE — Seventy-five golfers participated in Camp Allegheny's Saints and Sinners golf outing at Northwinds Golf Course July 28. First place went to Albert Hendershot, Tom Elliott, Jack Hendershot and Larry Williams. Second place went to...
Tags: Jim Harbaugh, Sports, Football, High School Sports, Golf
Staff WriterIMPERIAL — As summer comes to a close, Imperial is hoping to see it go out with a bang as the city’s fifth annual Splash Bash prepares to bring its residents one last day of games, music and summer fun Friday evening. “This event...
Tags: Charity, Robert J. Lopez, American Red Cross
Chopping Block - Seminoles Blog - Orlando SentinelEarlier this week, Florida State released a rather lengthy list of former FSU players who are expected to return to campus this weekend for the “Garnet and Gold” spring game. The game is at 4 p.m. Saturday and (just announced) will be...
Stanley Niemiec Sr., 88, Acosta, died Feb. 24, 2012, at home. Born May 4, 1923, in Portage, son of Michael C. and Mary (Shutty) Niemiec. Preceded in death by parents; wife of 53 years, the former Leona M. Moucheron, on Feb. 18, 2000; sons: Michael A.,...
PORTAGE, Mich. (AP) — Family members of a missing Michigan man who disappeared one week ago while visiting snow- and ice-covered Mount Fuji in Japan remain hopeful he'll be found alive, his father said Friday. Jerry Johnson told the Kalamazoo...
Tags: Japan, Eaton Corporation, The Happiest News!
Somerset Area Food Pantry served 605 families, 1,432 more individuals in 2011 than they did in 2010. Guy Stoltz, statistician, announced. That makes a total of 181,810 served since the pantry opened in 1982. They came from Acosta, Berlin, Boswell,...
Tags: Friedens, Human Interest, Tomatoes, Christianity, Potatoes
STANFORD — Delmer Ray Johnson, 60, of Stanford died Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012, at Fort Logan Hospital. He was born Dec. 8, 1951 in Parksville, Ky., to Cora Johnson Privett and the late Melvin Johnson. He was self-employed, trading in horses, and...
Tags: Ray Johnson, Obituaries
When the second watershed cleanup in four weeks takes place this Saturday and Sunday at Rocky Gorge Reservoir, equestrians who have been prohibited from riding on horseback trails since May will again be working to clear the very access roads to which...
Tags: Water Supply, Equestrian, Water, Environmental Issues
“Somerset Food Pantry is grateful for the generous gifts given to supply food to the needy,” said Cathy Schmuck, site director. “We will be able to give a good supply of food to our needy families throughout the year.” Two...
For CatchItKansas.comThe Buhler Crusaders answered any questions about how they’d perform without all-state tailback Tanner Fisher. Back-up tailback Riley Allen scored three times and J.P. Lohrentz had a career best three touchdown receptions as Buhler roared past...
Tags: Football, High School Sports
MIDDLECREEK TOWNSHIP — C & J Trophies won last Tuesday’s match play at Middlecreek Golf Course in the Fitzgerald Chimney Golf League. C & J was led by Jerry Johnson with 7.5 points followed by Bob Leskey with 6.5 points and Joel Pontorero...
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