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Two cops, administrative aide gone from Prescott department

Three former Prescott police employees are no longer with the department - including two officers who reportedly violated policy. City Administrator Jayne Brand confirmed Monday, Aug. 21, that former officers Bryan Massman and Ryan Most are no longer employed with the department. A third employee, f

PIERCE COUNTY HERALD - 2017-11-15 16:35:02

Norris Square evacuates rooms Nov. 11 due to vehicle fire

A fire in the underground Norris Square garage Nov. 11 led to evacuations to keep residents clear of smoke. Firefighters responded to the scene around noon, finding a car burning near the facility's stairwell, District Fire Chief Al Beasley said. READ MORE:Woodbury's biggest fan: Lanners dies at 64


Dementia, families and the holidays

The holidays are a busy and complicated time for most people. There are so many events to go to, shopping to be done, baking, school concerts and other things. Not to mention your regular schedule of work, volunteering and/or taking care of children. The holidays can be an especially trying time for

RIVER FALLS JOURNAL - 2017-11-17 02:00:00

A scramble to save Target: Hastings business, city leaders hope retailer reverses decision to close

Target may have announced that the Hastings store will be closing in February 2018, but the Hastings Chamber of Commerce is trying to reverse the decision. "We're still fighting," said Kristy Barse, president of the Hastings Chamber of Commerce. The chamber does not know if there is anything that ca

HASTINGS STAR GAZETTE - 2017-11-16 21:06:00

Wisconsin roundup: DNR warns hunters of emerald ash borer-weakened trees; more state news stories

EAU CLAIRE - As 600,000 deer hunters hit the woods this weekend, they'll have to be more careful about where they put their tree stands. The tree killing emerald ash borer continues to spread across Wisconsin, and the state DNR says infected trees may not be strong enough to hold tree stands - and

RIVER FALLS JOURNAL - 2017-11-17 15:16:07

Look Good, Feel Better seeks volunteer hat-makers

CJ Young, owner of Country Fit fitness center in Ellsworth, raised $168 to donate to Look Good Feel Better, selling bracelets for $1 at her business. Look Good Feel Better is a free program that teaches "beauty techniques" to women in cancer treatment. Look Good Feel Better volunteer beauty professi

RIVER FALLS JOURNAL - 2017-11-17 13:29:00

Vista Croix moves forward with development plans; Steamboat site may break ground by fall

PRESCOTT -- The company developing the former Steamboat Inn site along the river and Hwy. 10 in Prescott hopes to break ground by fall. City officials will meet with the Department of Transportation Friday, July 29 to discuss the development's entrances/exits onto Hwy. 10, city administrator Jayne B

PIERCE COUNTY HERALD - 2017-11-15 16:35:02

Recap: HHS Theater Department performs 'The Miser'

The Hastings High School Theater Department performed Moliere's "The Miser" Nov. 10-12. The play is a five-act comedy that was first performed in 1668. The plot revolves around love and money. The miser Harpagon wants his daughter Elise to marry a wealthy old man, but she is in love with Valere. Har

HASTINGS STAR GAZETTE - 2017-11-16 02:00:00

Live at Yankee Candle Village

There are endless opportunities for family friendly fun at Yankee Candle Village in South Deerfield! Lauren was live all show long talking about all their new and creative candles and accessories they have to offer, along with events going on for the holiday season! Events going on: Yankee Candle Vi

WWLP 22NEWS - 2017-11-16 15:30:36

Threat at Grove City school

Grove City police investigated a report Thursday morning of a note that made reference to blowing up the Grove City Middle School building. Police said the note was discovered in a school restroom and given to school officials. Police said they worked with school personnel to evacuate the building a

DERRICK - 2017-11-17 06:30:59

Penn-Northwest Seeks Land with Interstate Access

HERMITAGE, Pa. - Penn-Northwest Development Corp. is about 90 days away from closing on a new site that can be developed for prospective companies. "We've narrowed it down to the No. 1 site that we like, but I can't tell you where it is until we close on the property," Randy Seitz, executive directo

BUSINESSJOURNALDAILY.COM - 2017-11-17 11:03:24

'Messiah' nears eight decades of performance

Seventy-seven years and counting. The New Castle Music Club Chorus is presenting Messiah, George F. Handel's sacred oratorio, at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 26 at Trinity Episcopal Church, located at 212 N. Mill St. in New Castle. The event, which is supported in part by a grant from the Pennsylvania Cou

NEW CASTLE NEWS - 2017-11-17 12:15:00

Vitamin World closing Eastwood Mall location

A bankrupt health supplement retailer is closing 124 stores, including one here in the Valley. Vitamin World has filed a list of stores it intends to close across the country, including the one located in the Eastwood Mall in Niles. Vitamin World stores in the Southern Park Mall in Boardman and Grov

WFMJ.COM - 2017-11-16 20:49:00

Food drive organizer honored as collection grows

Hermitage resident Lynette Hartenstein is perched on the "Truck Full of Hope," in the Mel Grata Chevrolet showroom in Hermitage. She was named the Community Food Warehouse's Food Champion of 2017. HERMITAGE - It all started with a parade in Canada. Hermitage residents Lynette Hartenstein and her hus

THE HERALD - 2017-11-17 09:41:00

Handbell ensemble rings in the holiday

The Celebration Ringers, a community handbell ensemble, will present their annual Christmas concert at 7 p.m. Dec. 4 at Tower Presbyterian Church, 248 S. Broad St., Grove City. Some of the selections the ensemble will ring include "Parade of the Tin Soldiers," "Christmas Meditation" and "Silver Bell

THE HERALD - 2017-11-16 12:00:00

School choirs to fill courthouse with holiday sounds

MERCER - The Mercer County commissioners have announced the annual Christmas concert schedule for 2017. Concerts will be at 12:30 p.m. in the courthouse rotunda. Participating schools and dates are: Dec. 4 - St. Michael's School Choir. Dec. 5 - Lakeview School District Chamber Singers. Dec. 6 -

THE HERALD - 2017-11-15 09:00:00

Laurel talks middle school concept

An honor, and updates on a middle school concept and the elementary computer program were given at the Laurel School District board meeting. The November 2017 Pride and Promise recipient was the Laurel Elementary PTO. From Slippery Rock University, Dr. Dan A. Bauer and Dr. Jason Hilton, middle level

NEW CASTLE NEWS - 2017-11-16 10:00:00

Anchorage nail salon owner arraigned for Palmer murder; bail hearing continued

PALMER - Duyvu Nguyen, the 41-year-old owner of an Anchorage nail salon, accused of driving to Palmer on Oct. 30 and shooting 32-year-old Tuan Q. Nguyen (no relation), three times in the back of the head, purportedly because his wife had told him the victim had sexually assaulted her, had his first

FRONTIERSMAN - 2017-11-15 02:55:00

Palmer man arrested for allegedly threatening wife with knife

On Nov. 6, Koong Charles Henry, 38, of Palmer, was arrested for third degree assault, recklessly placing another person in fear of imminent serious physical injury by means of a dangerous instrument, as the result of an incident involving his wife. Police responded to a call from a woman saying her

FRONTIERSMAN - 2017-11-15 00:52:00

Troopers: Aumavae autopsy shows no signs of foul play

Alaska State Troopers said Monday that an autopsy performed on a missing Palmer man found dead in his car at the bottom of a Point MacKenzie cliff showed no signs of foul play. Keith Ben Aumavae, 30, was last seen Oct. 19 and reported missing Oct. 27. He was found in his car at the bottom of a 100-f

FRONTIERSMAN - 2017-11-14 18:30:00