St. Joseph 4th of July Winners

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Winners of the Grand Prize drawing and 5K Run-Walk held in conjunction with St. Joseph’s 75th Diamond Anniversary 4th of July Celebration in Lucinda are announced.
Liberty 5K Run-Walk medalists include: Overall female winner - Stacie Stevenson
Female 14 and under: Trinity Thompson; Female 15 to 19: Abbie Schmader; Female 20 to 29: Bethany Agostinelli
Female 30 to 39: Staci Hannold; Female 40 to 49: Susie Griebel; Female 50 to 59: Jody Shawley; Female 60 and over: Nancy Roskovich

Keystone Varsity Cheerleaders Earn Top Honors

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Chelsea Lee, Lexi Callander, Olivia Bearfield, Rachel Keth and Taylor Hoffman.

The Keystone Varsity Cheerleaders earned Top Performance Team and won the Champion Chant competition at the National Cheerleaders Association camp this week. Keystone Jr. High cheerleaders also earned Top Performance Jr. High team and the Spirit Megaphone award. Both teams earned a bid to NCA Nationals and the Spirit Stick each day of camp as well.

Emlenton Summer Festival Schedule of Events

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Emlenton Summer Festival Schedule of Events

Bauer-Hillis Steps Ahead see performance of Shoji Tabuchi

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Musician from Branson, MO will play at the Palace Theater in Greensburg.
Rimersburg and Petrolia: On Tuesday, August 26, 2014, the Bauer-Hillis Steps Ahead group will travel to Greensburg to see Shoji Tabuchi perform at the Palace Theater!
Don’t miss this unforgettable show that features country, bluegrass, big band, Cajun, Broadway, pop, jazz, swing and classical music, melded with class, warmth, humor and professional perfection. Before the show, the group will stop at the Lamplighter Restaurant in Delmont.

Supreme Court Affirms Nation's Commitment to Religious Liberty

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Independence Law Center hails victory for Lancaster company Conestoga Wood Specialties in abortifacient mandate case

(HARRISBURG, PA) - Today the United States Supreme Court affirmed our nation's historic understanding of religious liberty by providing an exception to the abortifacient mandate that had been handed down by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of the Affordable Care Act.

Project Lifesaver: Helping Local Communities

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Clarion County Sheriff, Rex Munsee implements new program to help those who suffer with Alzheimer’s.

Thanks to a $7,000 grant,Clarion County Sheriff Rex Munsee is in the mix of offering a new service, particularly to those who may suffer with dementia or Alzeimer’s in Clarion County. Project Lifesaver just might be your ticket. Now on the radar in Clarion County, Sheriff Munsee and his staff are introducing just that, a radar like device that can save lives. "It looks like a radar gun with an antenna," said Munsee.

Progress Profile - Emlenton Emporium in the Old Mill

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Emlenton Emporium

NEW EMLENTON EMPORIUM OPEN IN THE OLD MILL

The Old Emlenton Mill is hosting new shops under the name Emlenton Emporium. An emporium is a store that sells a wide variety of goods as well as a marketplace or trading center.

ANTIQUES
The Emlenton Emporium has an antique co-operative where you can find every thing from Wedgewood china and crystal to old oil cans, from antique buttons to a treadle sewing machine, as well as antique quilts for display. There is also the Book Nook by the Bookman featuring a wide selection of quality used books.

HAND CRAFTED GIFTS

Get on the Trail Contest

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It’s Time to ‘Get on the Trail!’
Do you have a great idea for a trail related business? Then consider entering our contest!
The Oil Region Alliance of Business, Industry & Tourism's ‘Get on the Trail!’ Entrepreneurial Business plan Contest a competition designed to create entrepreneurial opportunities in the Hydetown-to-Foxburg corridor of the Erie to Pittsburgh trail will officially begin accepting applications on Tuesday, July 1.
At stake is business advice, professional assistance and funding, all available to a winner who comes up with the best and most viable business plan.

Parker Community Day Schedule of Events

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Parker Community Day Schedule of Events 2014

Otto Schiberl Poker Run

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Otto's Tavern Poker Run

In 1968 Otto Schiberl moved his family from the Pittsburgh area to the scenic rural life of the Allegheny Clarion Valley. He opened the family restaurant/bar, Otto’s Tavern and made a way of life for he and his family. He and his wife, Thelma could always be seen greeting customers and building relationships.

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