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Ex-county jail doctor faces new charges
FRANKLIN - The former Crawford County jail physician who went to federal prison for income tax evasion two years ago is in trouble with the law again.
Columbus, Nebraska, woman to stand trial in check forgery case
COLUMBUS, Neb. (AP) - A 23-year-old Columbus woman will stand trial on forgery, theft and identity theft charges. The Columbus Telegram reports that Fiama Montalvan is accused of opening a phony bank account and forging more than a dozen checks.
Local teacher recalls teaching virtuoso Carpenter
When a budding young student from Townville started his piano studies in her Meadville studio more than a quarter century ago, she had no idea what was in store.
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Plastics industry in Erie stages comeback
Erie is often called a Rust Belt town -- a nod to a rich manufacturing past, a history of jobs built on our collective ability to forge, shape and fabricate steel. But history ... You'll find evidence of that in Plastics News, an industry publication ...
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Brad Ashford plans hearings on whether Nebraska should recognize gay marriages
LINCOLN - An Omaha state senator is planning a public hearing this fall on whether Nebraska should recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states.
Cardinals rally to knock off Region 3 rival Saegertown
So the blissfully unaware Cardinals simply forged ahead in the second half against Saegertown. And eventually the Cards pulled out a close 49-45 victory over the Panthers in both teams' Region 3 opener on Friday at the Panthers Den.
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Meet the year's most inspirational people in Erie
Emily Mellish, 7, sells handmade bracelets to raise money for Erie Shriners Hospital for Children. Mellish was selling the bracelets at Gordon Food Service, in Summit Township, on Nov. 10.
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Guest Voice of Jim Thompson: Did your ancestors fight in War of 1812?
He quite likely served at Valley Forge in that fearful winter of 1777-78. After Trenton was retaken, the governor of New Jersey provided financing .... Lossing writes that the Meadville militia under Maj. Gen. David Mead also responded to the need to ...
Varsity features look back at 2013, look ahead
Claire Brown, left, of Villa Maria Academy is congratulated by teammates after she completed the final leg of the championship heat of the Girls Class AA AA 4x800 meter relay championship race on May 25 at the PIAA track & field championships at Seth ...
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