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I am not the kind of guy who enjoys going to meetings. Maybe it comes from my childhood, when my mother dragged me to every Service Star Legion, American Legion, VFW and Gold Star Mothers meeting that she could find. I was always the only child there, and I was bored to death.

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I am not the kind of guy who enjoys going to meetings. Maybe it comes from my childhood, when my mother dragged me to every Service Star Legion, American Legion, VFW and Gold Star Mothers meeting that she could find. I was always the only child there, and I was bored to death.

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HARRISBURG — The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources this week will outline proposed changes to its internal policy on ATV trails on state forest lands to the Conservation and Natural Resources Advisory Council for public comment.

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Girl Scout fun patches once focused exclusively on traditional activities like crafts, cookies and camping. Today, patch themes have expanded into civics education, teaching future voters how to be smarter and more engaged citizens.

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Westminster College School of Music faculty members Dr. Tim Winfield, assistant professor of trumpet, and Dr. Nancy DeSalvo, associate professor of piano, recently released an album of original music for trumpet and piano, titled Landscapes and Shorts.

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Drs. Cynthia Maro, Annette Anléu, Alyssa Carver, Daniel Jones, and Amanda Brown, and the staff of the Ellwood Animal Hospital hosted and sponsored Paws 4 The Holidays, a benefit fundraiser for the Lawrence County Humane Society on Dec. 5.

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January is National Mentoring Month, an annual mentoring campaign that seeks to increase awareness of the need for mentoring and highlight the reasons why mentoring is so important.

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BUTLER — For the fifth time since 2015, Butler County Community College, serving 24,000 credit and noncredit students in eight western Pennsylvania counties and online, has been ranked as the No. 1 community college in the state.

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 The officers of the Lawrence/Mercer Chapter of ATHENA International have set the restructuring of the organization and the Inaugural Membership Meeting for 5:30 p.m. Jan. 21 at Whole Life Services, 1565 E. State St., Hermitage.

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Villa Maria Education and Spirituality Center’s Coffee and Contemplation series continues at 9:30 a.m. Jan. 21 with Barbara O’Donnell presenting “Deepening Awareness of God in Our Lives.”

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xtra Help (also known as the Low-Income Subsidy or LIS) assists eligible beneficiaries with paying for costs associated with their Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, including annual deductibles, monthly premiums and prescription co-payments or coinsurance.

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Castlewood Alliance Church is planning a trip to the Holy Land next year, and is inviting the public to come along.

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PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — The brief farewell that Alex Trebek says will close his final “Jeopardy!” episode isn’t on the horizon.

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First of all, I’m sorry for not posting a column last week. We were in Destin for a vacation, and in the spirit of full disclosure, I was off by a day regarding the submission deadline. When I thought it was Thursday it was actually Friday, but that’s what happens on vacations or when you ar…

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•CARLEE MAY of Enon Valley was named to the fall 2019 dean’s list at Berry College in Rome, Georgia.

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Grove City runner S. Mark Courtney runs in the Best Dam Race in 2015. 

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The piano students of Norma Henry playing piano solos at the Haven Nursing Home were: Waylon Henry, Erika Wagner, Deryk Melborn, Sophia Bowen, Austin Wagner, Kasey Nesbit. Taryn Hunsinger sang several Solos to the residents. Four year old Sawyer Henry wished everyone Merry Christmas.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Super Bowl is weeks away, but for “Jeopardy!” addicts the big game is here: All-time top money winners Brad Rutter, Ken Jennings and James Holzhauer are facing off for ultimate bragging rights.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Lulu Wang, Lorene Scafaria, Melina Matsoukas and Greta Gerwig led Hollywood to a record year for women in the director’s chair. In 2019, women directed more of the most popular movies than any year before.

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