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Daily American CorrespondentSomerset County Maple Producers' Association celebrated another successful maple season this past year during its annual meeting and banquet June 29 at Berlin Community Building with more than 100 attending. The banquet is held every year after the...
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERAbout 10 percent of Somerset County's 2,200 write-in votes in the primary were phony names, mostly of fictitious cartoon and movie characters. The county's computation board took twice as much time as anticipated to certify the votes, partly because of...
Tags: Politics, Republican Party, Local Elections, Elections, Voting
Question: I'm a member of a local Lions Club. One of our members told us that a bill was passed that changes the regulations for fundraising raffles. What can you tell me about this? Answer: The law your member was referring to is "Act 2 of 2012," which...
Daily American Staff WriterIt took almost 54 years, but Pennsylvania state Trooper Stephen R. Gyurke, who was killed in the line of duty, now has a bridge named after him. Gyurke was assigned to the Somerset turnpike barracks. He stopped a tractor-trailer for a traffic violation...
Daily American Staff WriterIndian Lake Borough workers are putting the finishing touches on the municipality's new water line for well No. 2 — the Buckstown tank — today. Water will be shut off at 9 a.m. for residences along West Shore Trail, West Shore Trail...
Daily American Staff WriterNew Pennsylvania legislative maps were approved Friday afternoon keeping Sen. Rich Kasunic in Somerset County and moving Rep. Frank Burns and Sen. John Wozniak out. The Legislative Reapportionment Commission approved the maps with a 4-1 vote Friday...
Daily American Staff WriterCadet 2nd Lt. Mary Dice of Somerset found time between athletics, Civil Air Patrol responsibilities and 4-H to earn the Gen. Billy Mitchell Award. To achieve the Civil Air Patrol honor a cadet must pass a comprehensive leadership and aerospace test....
Tags: Indiantown, U.S. Air Force, Human Interest
Daily American Staff WriterState Rep. Frank Burns was squeezed out of Somerset County to make room for three additional representatives in the latest state redistricting plan. The new proposal was released late Thursday by the Legislative Reapportionment Commission. It replaces...
Tags: Caucasus, Bryan Barbin, Tim Mahoney, Frank Burns
Daily American Staff WriterFour legislators are filing a lawsuit in Commonwealth Court to have the state’s 1991 funding formula ruled unconstitutional. Rep. Mario Scavello, R-Monroe County, announced that he and Reps. Rosemary Brown, R-Monoe/Pike; Mike Peifer, R-Monroe/Pike/...
Daily American CorrespondentThe Berlin Brothersvalley FFA members honored Paul and Stacy Wheeler of Somerset with honorary membership during their 72nd annual FFA banquet at the Berlin Community Building. Honorary membership includes farmers, school superintendents, principals,...
Daily American Staff WriterState Rep. John Maher believes he has a proven record of “turning the lights on” government affairs. The District 40 representative — who made a campaign stop in Somerset on Thursday with local state Rep. Carl Walker Metzgar —...
Daily American Staff WriterState Rep. Carl Walker Metzgar, R-Allegheny Township, has co-sponsored legislation that would benefit Lake Somerset. The state designated the dam at Lake Somerset, managed by the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission, as a high-hazard dam. The Department...
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