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Valentine's Day Contest: Read the third list of 'how we met' entries
The New Castle News asked readers to reveal how they met their spouses or significant other for a special Valentine's Day contest we are conducting. Here are today's contestants.
Valentine's Day Contest: Read the second list of 'how we met' entries
The New Castle News asked readers to reveal how they met their spouses or significant others for a special Valentine's Day contest we are conducting. Here are today's contestants.
Valentine’s Day Contest: Read the first list of ‘how we met’ entries
The New Castle News asked readers to reveal how they met their spouses or significant others for a special Valentine’s Day contest we are conducting. Here are today’s contestants.
Do you remember the American Cyanamid blast?
The New Castle News is planning to mark the 50th anniversary of the deadly July 6, 1964, blast at the American Cyanamid plant. We’re looking for people who were working at the plant that day to share their memories of the event, as well as for family members of the five men killed in the explosion.
‘Four chaplains’ memorial service scheduled
A service remembering the “four chaplains” of World War II is set for Tuesday at American Legion Post 343. The memorial service is scheduled for 6 p.m. at the post, 134 N. Jefferson St.
Signing up: Five New Castle seniors formally commit to Division I football programs
Five New Castle High School seniors shared the spotlight yesterday when each committed to an NCAA Division I football program.
Scholarships split up New Castle’s Allen twins
Fraternal twins Drew and Stew Allen have been teammates ever since their tadpole days at the YMCA more than a dozen years ago. Now they are ready to go their separate ways — kind of.
Jackson still arranging for juries
Helen Jackson is wearing the same hat, but she has a new job title with lower pay. Jackson, who had been a Lawrence County jury commissioner for nearly five years, has assumed the position of county jury coordinator in the courts, at an annual salary of $15,000 plus benefits.
Two environmentalists honored
The Lawrence County Conservation District has recognized two county residents for outstanding conservation activities. Dom Viccari was awarded the distinguished service award and Joel Beeghly of Shiloh Farms was presented with the conservation farm award.
Gym dandies: Some nationally trending fitness activities take hold locally
The beginning of a new year always signals a return to the gym for many to make good on resolutions. Along with this fresh fitness start comes a new set of exercise fads, and according to U.S. News and World Report, there are plenty of new fitness trends to take advantage of in 2014.
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