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WWII veteran Cash Preston turning 101

Cassius "Cash" Preston, a World War II Army veteran, turns 101 years old on Dec. 17, one day after the 73rd anniversary of the start of the final major German offensive of World War II, known as the Battle of the Bulge. Preston, who was a staff sergeant in the army's 80th division, 314th battalion o

WELLSBORO GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 21:00:00

Man arrested after string of burglaries in Corning

Corning police arrested a 22-year-old man after a string of burglaries that occurred during the early morning hours of Nov. 21 and 22 in Corning. Police accused Stanley Sellard, of Corning, of several burglaries that happened on the northside of Corning and the Village of Riverside. Officers say Sel

STAR-GAZETTE - 2017-11-23 17:43:41

Corning man faces felony burglary charges

CORNING, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - On Wednesday night, a Corning man is behind bars facing felony burglary charges. The Corning Police Department arrested Stanley Sellard, 22, following a string of burglaries on the north side of Corning and the Village of Riverside. Sellard allegedly burglarized three nor

WETM - 2017-11-23 04:35:59

Osceola will see no tax increase in 2018

OSCEOLA - Osceola Township Supervisor agreed to advertise the proposed budget for 2018 with no tax increase during the Nov. 9 meeting. The proposed budget will be available for inspection by the public for a specified number of day after the advertisement runs. Supervisors announced that paving proj

WELLSBORO GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 22:00:00

Winterfest returning to Tioga Downs

Review Photo/JoAnn R. Walter Guests are invited to climb aboard a horse-drawn carriage ride at the Fourth Annual Tioga Downs Winterfest, which will take them on a journey through a holiday light display. Review Photo/JoAnn R. Walter The festive-and-cheery singing trees will greet guests on the track

DAILY REVIEW & SUNDAY REVIEW - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

Borough needs to purchase nutrient credits

Correspondent ELKLAND - Elkland Borough Council met Nov. 8 where they learned that the necessary nitrogen credits was underway. Because the borough nitrogen discharges exceeded of the limits allowed the borough must buy credits to avoid the violation. The borough will need to secure 2,201 pounds wor

WELLSBORO GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 17:00:00

Can't afford Thanksgiving groceries? Turning Point has help

BATH, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - If you can't afford the groceries to make a Thanksgiving meal for your family this year, Turning Point in Bath has you covered. Tuesday was the last day for registered families to pick up groceries, but leftovers will be available Wednesday for those who did not register. Vis

WETM - 2017-11-21 22:52:32

Vote for your favorite gingerbread creation at the Rockwell

18 News visited the museum to check them all out. Starting at random with the Elmira Heights Theater, it's the last single-screen theater in Chemung County. The gingerbread version features expired candies from the actual theater. Artists made the Chemung Canal Trust Company building and they chose

WETM - 2017-11-21 22:21:12

Farm, ranch succession planning workshop planned

YREKA - A farm and ranch succession planning workshop will be presented in December by wealth transfer specialist and author Karl Bareither in Yreka, according to a news release. The free workshop will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Miners Inn, 122 E. Miner St., Yreka on Friday, Dec. 8. Lunch will

HERALD AND NEWS - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

The artful side of woodwork

Man has valued the beauty and versatility of wood for centuries. With equal parts skill and imagination, craftsmen have coaxed everything from functional implements to stunning works of art from this rich and abundant resource. A range of wood craftsmanship will be displayed at the 38th Annual Harve

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-11-23 16:00:00

Since You Asked: Cable fencing reduces head-on collisions

Along the I-5 corridor from Ashland through Central Point and stretching farther north up to Portland, the Oregon Department of Transportation is installing fencing in the median. What purpose does the fencing serve, and what issues would it be solving? I can't imagine the cost is worth it for stopp

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-11-23 15:42:00

Local vigil to honor victims of gun violence

As part of the Nationwide Vigil to End Gun Violence, Vision Quilt will host a local vigil at Sew Creative, 115 E. Main St., Ashland, from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3. Beginning as a tribute to the victims of the mass killing in December 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, the annua

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 23:20:48

Since You Asked: All those unincorporated areas add up

I read your Jackson County population growth story with interest. My office co-workers and I were trying to figure out why the figures for the cities don't match the county total? - Ted B., Ashland As you learned in high school civics, Ted, the United States government takes a census every 10 years,

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 16:23:00

Business owner "can't prove [he is] an American citizen" after gun safe, floor safe theft

Robert Munroe had a gun case with 14 guns stolen as well as a safe with all his personal information stolen on Saturday. (KTVL/Mike Marut) A home and business were broken into and guns, safes and memories were all stolen - including a WWII 1945 Mauser sniper rifle used by the Germans at the Battle o


Lecture looks at strange local history

Local report Author and historian Dennis Powers will present a Windows in Time lecture titled "Believe It or Not: The Strange and Unique Stories of Southern Oregon," from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6, at the Medford library, 205 South Central Ave., and Wednesday, Dec. 13, at the Ashland library,

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 00:24:07

DeBoer to hold town halls

Sen. Alan DeBoer, R-Ashland, will hold two town halls next week. The first will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 27, in Room 132 of the RCC/SOU Higher Education Center, 101 S. Bartlett Road, Medford. The second will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28, at the Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fel


Gorman: Slain New Kensington officer was son of Alle-Kiski Valley

Updated less than a minute ago Teenage boys stood in solemn silence along Leechburg Road as the funeral procession passed, a seemingly endless parade of police vehicles flashing blue-and-red lights. Wearing their Burrell letterman jackets, they signaled to each other to remove their hats out of r

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW - 2017-11-22 23:21:54

Funeral for slain New Kensington cops provokes tears, galvanizes support for police

Updated less than a minute ago Caroline Veitch, 17, clutched her mother's arm and fought back tears as she watched the massive motorcade make its way down Burrell Road in Lower Burrell toward the funeral of slain Officer Brian Shaw. "I didn't know him personally," she said, "but it's just that it

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW - 2017-11-23 00:06:54

In an emotional farewell, thousands pay respects to fallen New Kensington police officer Brian Shaw

Updated 4 minutes ago Frazer Police Chief Terry Kuhns sat across the table from the wide-eyed job candidate and asked the standard question: "Why do you want to be a cop?" The young man, Brian Shaw, responded with what could be perceived as a standard answer. "He looked at me and said, 'Because

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW - 2017-11-22 18:51:53

PHOTOS: The funeral procession and service for New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw

Officer Brian Shaw's hearse leaves Rusiewicz Funeral Homes in Lower Burrell, en route to Mount Saint Peter Church in New Kensington for a funeral Mass. A police car with flowers and black mourning bands drove ahead of the hearse in the funeral procession. Tributes to the fallen officer could be seen

WTAE.COM - 2017-11-22 19:14:00