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William T. "Bill" Parks, 85, of Charles Town, W.Va., died Thursday, May 2, 2013, at City Hospital in Martinsburg, W.Va. There will be no visitation. The service will be private. Burial will be in Butler County Memorial Park, Butler, Pa. Arrangements are...
Daily American Staff WriterMore than 17 million acres — almost 60 percent of the commonwealth — is covered by a quality hardwood forest, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Five hundred thousand private forest landowners...
CINCINNATI (AP) — Famed groundhog Punxsutawney Phil might want to go back into hibernation. Authorities in still-frigid Ohio have issued an "indictment" of the furry rodent, who predicted an early spring when he didn't see his shadow after...
Daily American Staff WriterJeff Perigo knows exactly where they are — three buildings in Boswell Borough that would be better off at the business end of a bulldozer. But ridding the borough of blighted properties, he said, isn't as simple as some may believe. "Really,...
Daily American CorrespondentSamuel Dively, a member of the Berlin Brothersvalley FFA Chapter, received national FFA recognition at the Eastern States Exposition (Big E) in Star Agricultural Placement for Dairy at Springfield, Mass., Sept. 15. The Big E Competition includes 18...
Daily American InternTwelve participants in the Tour de FRACK, or Freedom Ride for Awareness & Community Knowledge, rode their bicycles through Rockwood this week to bring attention to the side effects of hydraulic fracturing. The bicyclists are riding from Butler to...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. As a wise man once said, there's a feeling you get when you look to the west. Whether that's the lingering hangover of Manifest Destiny or just one too many bustles in the hedgerows, we......
Many of the longer-time patrons of the Grange fraternity in Somerset County will remember the late John W. Scott (1917-2012) from personal visits made to celebrations sponsored by the local subordinate Granges. Many of his visits were made in the...
DAILY AMERICANSeven Commonwealth Court judges heard arguments Wednesday on whether they should find unconstitutional a state law that gives county commissioners the right to abolish the elected office of jury commissioner with a simple majority vote. Gov. Tom...
Franklin County, Pa., resident Lindsay Upperman took grand champion market steer honors with her 1,315-pound light heavyweight crossbred steer, Stetson, on Sunday at the 2012 Pennsylvania Farm Show, according to a news release. Upperman, 19, of...
email@example.comA common school of thought in Pennsylvania claims the state’s annual agricultural showcase brings with it the worst weather of winter. But the 96th Pennsylvania Farm Show opened Saturday with sunshine and temperatures that reached 60 degrees....
Thumbs up to Jacob and Jaleigh Blickenstaff, brothers who spent part of their Saturday morning last weekend gathering trash along the Spade Road bridge west of Hagerstown. It’s refreshing to see today’s youth taking an interest in preserving...
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