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Area Man Accused of Using Counterfeit Bills at Dollar General

NEW BETHLEHEM BOROUGH, Pa. (EYT) – An area man is facing criminal charges for allegedly trying to pay for his purchases at the Dollar General store in New Bethlehem with counterfeit money. According to court documents, the Southern Clarion County Regional Police Department filed the following criminal charges against...
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Saxonburg-based II-VI acquires California company, changes name

A Butler County company with Roman numerals for a name is putting to rest its link to the periodic table of elements in conjunction with its acquisition of a California firm that II-VI Inc. says holds the promise to boost its hold in the materials, networking and laser markets. II-VI...
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Pennsylvania Great Outdoors: Slyhoff’s Grave

JEFFERSON CO., Pa. – The great unknown of life after death has perplexed humankind since the dawn of time, and for many, the fear of the unknown leads to some curious circumstances. In northern Jefferson County during the late 1860s, a man named Richard Slyhoff died, but not before...
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POLICE REPORTS: DUI, THEFTS, DISORDERLY CONDUCT

A Punxsutawney man was arrested for DUI for an incident back in May in the 300 block of Philadelphia Street. Indiana Borough Police were dispatched to the Sheetz at 4th and Philadelphia Street for a report of an unconscious person in a vehicle. Police discovered 26-year-old Cory Geer was in the car in an intoxicated state. He was arrested and later released to a sober adault. He is charged with two counts of DUI and one summary traffic violation through district judge Guy Haberl’s office.
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North Country Brewing Opens Freedom Farms Taproom

Freedom Farms and North Country Brewing are joining forces and opening the North Country Corn Crib Taproom on Freedom Farms on Pittsburgh Road, just south of Butler. The taproom, which will share space with Freedom Farms Farmers Market and Kitchen, will feature North Country beer exclusives and new releases, plus wine and spirits from Pennsylvania, and live music when the space officially opens on July 8. While visiting the taproom, guests can also enjoy homemade food and farmers market finds from the Freedom Farms kitchen, with options like pizza, farm salads, and super-stuffed sandwiches.
BUTLER, PA
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Butler Fair Gets Underway; Full Schedule Set For This Weekend

The 166th Big Butler Fair continues this weekend in Prospect. The event, which is held at the Big Butler Fairgrounds on New Castle Road, is one of the largest fairs in the state. Attractions include amusement rides, livestock exhibits, live music and food stands. Bull Ride Mania and Barnyard Olympics...
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Franklin “Earl” Salser

Franklin “Earl” Salser, of Knox, was born July 19, 1940, in Knox, to the late Homer and Mary Stewart Salser. He passed away Wednesday evening, June 29, 2022, at West Penn Allegheny Health Network Hospital in Pittsburgh, following a period of declining health. He was 81 years old.
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Vickie L. Duncan

Vickie L. Duncan, age 67, of Clarion, passed away Thursday evening June 30, 2022, at UPMC Shadyside in Pittsburgh. Born May 24, 1955, in Brookville, she was a daughter of the late Dean A. Snyder and Dorismae L. Johnson Snyder. She was a graduate of Clarion Area High School and...
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No P3 Bridge Tolls Coalition Praises Court’s Decision to Void Tolling Initiative

CLARION, Pa. – The No P3 Bridge Tolls Coalition is praising the Commonwealth Court’s decision in the South Fayette Township case that voids the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s (PennDOT) P3 Major Bridge Tolling Initiative. (Photo by Dave Cyphert / ProPoint Media Photography.) Thursday’s decision from the majority...
CLARION, PA
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St. Joseph’s 4th of July Celebration Set for Monday

LUCINDA, Pa. – St. Joseph’s 83rd Annual 4th of July Celebration will be held July 4 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. on the parish grounds in Lucinda. (PHOTO: Great food, games, prizes and music await visitors to the annual 4th of July Celebration in Lucinda, Clarion county’s oldest Independence Day event.)
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Cal U officially part of PennWest

Friday marked the official launch of Pennsylvania Western University. PennWest is now the second largest university in Western Pennsylvania, consolidating California, Clarion and Edinboro universities under one banner. To read the rest of the story, please see a copy of Saturday’s Mon Valley Independent, call 724-314-0035 to subscribe or subscribe...
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