May 2015

Joseph R. “Joe” Conti

Joseph R. “Joe” Conti

Joseph R. “Joe” Conti, 56, of Emlenton-Clintonville Rd., Emlenton, went to be with the Lord Sunday morning, May 3, 2015 at his residence.
Joseph was born in Grove City on October 11, 1958. He was the son of Marion Conti Butler and the late Richard S. Conti.
He was a 1977 graduate of Moniteau High School.
He was a member of St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church in Emlenton. He enjoyed hunting, working outside around his home, riding his four-wheeler, the company of his cat, Spike, and family holidays, especially Christmas. Joe was an avid Pittsburgh sports fan.

Joseph R. “Joe” Conti

Joseph R. “Joe” Conti

Eugene C. Berlin

Eugene C. Berlin - In earlier photo

Eugene C. Berlin, 78, of Rt. 338, Emlenton, Turkey City, Richland Twp., Clarion Co., passed away early Friday morning, May 1, 2015 at his residence.
Eugene was born in Salem Twp., Clarion County on December 17, 1936. He was the son of the late Charles F. Sr. and Ida E. Whitling Berlin.
He was a U.S. Army Veteran and had been employed at Hartford Ball Company in Rocky Hill, CT for 30 years. Gene loved hunting, fishing, and working in his garage.
He is survived by his wife, Patricia D. Slaugenhoup Berlin, whom he married in Rimersburg on November 27, 1964.

Eugene C. Berlin - In earlier photo

Eugene C. Berlin - In earlier photo

Nicholas K. Northime

Nicholas K. Northime

Nicholas K. Northime, 60, of Cowansville, went to meet the Lord following a long battle with M.S. early Friday morning, May 1, 2015 at Good Samaritan Hospice in Cabot.
Nicholas was born in Butler and raised in Chicora. He was the son of the late Frederick and Aileen Brownfield Northime.

Nicholas K. Northime

Nicholas K. Northime

The Beer Can Caper

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The Beer Can Caper
By Dave Staab

Knox Borough Police Chief, Jason Bowen, assisted by Emlenton Police, made an arrest of a 47 year old man from the Emlenton area, for possession of stolen property on Wednesday, April 22, 2015.

While examining the crime scene, store owner, Terry Kahle, a local Knox retailer of heavy machinery and power equipment, noticed a beer can that he preserved and reported to the borough police. Local police put the can of “Miller High Life” into evidence.

The Beer Can Caper

The Beer Can Caper

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Bear Can Caper.jpg

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