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Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus arrive to Washington in the Christmas parade.  After the parade Santa stopped by the holiday market to take pictures with children.
Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus arrive to Washington in the Christmas parade.  After the parade Santa stopped by the holiday market to take pictures with children.
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Having Alexa Williamson, right, healthy and back in the lineup makes Chartiers-Houston a strong contender in Section 1-AA. Williams missed most of last season with a knee injury after averaging 21 points per game as a freshman in 2014-15.
Having Alexa Williamson, right, healthy and back in the lineup makes Chartiers-Houston a strong contender in Section 1-AA. Williams missed most of last season with a knee injury after averaging 21 points per game as a freshman in 2014-15.
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Duquesne forward Eric James dunks in the final minutes of Friday night’s City Game against Pitt.
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Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst, left, talks with Penn State head coach James Franklin during a news conference for the Big Ten Conference championship game Friday in Indianapolis. Wisconsin will play Penn State tonight for the championship.
Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst, left, talks with Penn State head coach James Franklin during a news conference for the Big Ten Conference championship game Friday in Indianapolis. Wisconsin will play Penn State tonight for the championship.
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Penn State’s Grant Haley returns a blocked field goal for a touchdown against Ohio State in a game earlier this season in State College. The play changed Penn State’s season.
Penn State’s Grant Haley returns a blocked field goal for a touchdown against Ohio State in a game earlier this season in State College. The play changed Penn State’s season.
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WVU running back Martell Pettaway and the Mountaineers are going after their 10th-regular season win when they face Baylor today.
WVU running back Martell Pettaway and the Mountaineers are going after their 10th-regular season win when they face Baylor today.
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This Feb. 2, 2015, photo, depicts a part of a U.S. $100 bill.
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Appearing in a scene from “The Yellow Birds” are, from left, Tye Sheridan, Jack Huston and Alden Ehrenreich.
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The December entertainment line-up at The Meadows Casino spices up the holiday season with a mix of rock, country, dance and rockabilly performances. Admission is free for all shows, which begin at 8 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Ryan Cain & The Ables, which performs rockabilly/oldies, above, will appear Dec. 30. The Joseph Sisters, country musicians, right, will perform Dec. 16. Other performances include Ferris Bueller’s Revenge, which plays 1980s music and will perform Saturday; The Clintones, 1990s music, Dec. 9; Dancing Queen, disco, Dec. 10; Bon Journey, 9 p.m. Dec. 17; Radio Tokyo, R&B/rock, Dec. 23; and House of Soul, 9 p.m. Dec. 31.
The December entertainment line-up at The Meadows Casino spices up the holiday season with a mix of rock, country, dance and rockabilly performances. Admission is free for all shows, which begin at 8 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Ryan Cain & The Ables, which performs rockabilly/oldies, above, will appear Dec. 30. The Joseph Sisters, country musicians, right, will perform Dec. 16. Other performances include Ferris Bueller’s Revenge, which plays 1980s music and will perform Saturday; The Clintones, 1990s music, Dec. 9; Dancing Queen, disco, Dec. 10; Bon Journey, 9 p.m. Dec. 17; Radio Tokyo, R&B/rock, Dec. 23; and House of Soul, 9 p.m. Dec. 31.
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In this 2015 photo, comedian Katt Williams appears in court for his arraignment on robbery charges in Los Angeles.
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Washington sign - welcome to historic washington
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Students at Trinity North Elementary School held a contest to raise money for the 2000 Turkeys campaign. Students brought in donations Nov. 1-11 and raised $550. Second-graders raised the most overall, and fourth-graders, who are shown, raised the most for the intermediate grades. These students were treated to a movie.
Students at Trinity North Elementary School held a contest to raise money for the 2000 Turkeys campaign. Students brought in donations Nov. 1-11 and raised $550. Second-graders raised the most overall, and fourth-graders, who are shown, raised the most for the intermediate grades. These students were treated to a movie.
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Ceramic artist Laura Schlesinger of Crack Pot Studio displays some of her artwork while preparing to host the 25th Anniversary Open House in her studio at 208 S. Market St. in Carmichaels from 1 to 7 p.m. Sunday.
Ceramic artist Laura Schlesinger of Crack Pot Studio displays some of her artwork while preparing to host the 25th Anniversary Open House in her studio at 208 S. Market St. in Carmichaels from 1 to 7 p.m. Sunday.
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Amanda Laucher, CEO of Mined Minds in Waynesburg, right, was the guest speaker at the November meeting of the Carmichaels Women’s Civic Club. Laucher explained how she and her husband, Jonathan Graham, teach unemployed and underemployed people in Greene County how to write code for computers. Also pictured is Emilia Bertugli, club treasurer.
Amanda Laucher, CEO of Mined Minds in Waynesburg, right, was the guest speaker at the November meeting of the Carmichaels Women’s Civic Club. Laucher explained how she and her husband, Jonathan Graham, teach unemployed and underemployed people in Greene County how to write code for computers. Also pictured is Emilia Bertugli, club treasurer.
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Students at Joe Walker Elementary School in the McGuffey School District collected over 200 canned goods and other nonperishable food items to help the City Mission stock its food bank with the hope that all could enjoy a bountiful Thanksgiving meal. Among the students who participated are, from left, Bella Gareis, Savanna Baer, Billy Smith, Chloe Wise, Tucker Main and Tristan Sprowls.
Students at Joe Walker Elementary School in the McGuffey School District collected over 200 canned goods and other nonperishable food items to help the City Mission stock its food bank with the hope that all could enjoy a bountiful Thanksgiving meal. Among the students who participated are, from left, Bella Gareis, Savanna Baer, Billy Smith, Chloe Wise, Tucker Main and Tristan Sprowls.
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Jefferson-Morgan High School students recently raised nearly $1,400 for Braedyn’s Battle at this year’s annual Powder Puff football game. Braedyn Wasko is a Carmichaels Elementary Center student who is battling cancer, and the money will be used to help him and his family with medical expenses. Wasko and his family attended the game, and he was named an honorary Rocket. Wasko presented the trophy to the winning senior team, and the team returned the trophy back to him.
Jefferson-Morgan High School students recently raised nearly $1,400 for Braedyn’s Battle at this year’s annual Powder Puff football game. Braedyn Wasko is a Carmichaels Elementary Center student who is battling cancer, and the money will be used to help him and his family with medical expenses. Wasko and his family attended the game, and he was named an honorary Rocket. Wasko presented the trophy to the winning senior team, and the team returned the trophy back to him.
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The Cookie Walk committee of the Town & Country Garden Club recently completed plans for its annual fundraiser. Proceeds will benefit the club’s annual scholarship of $1,000, which is awarded in May to a graduating senior from one of the five Greene County school districts. Town & Country was organized in October 1951 and is observing its 65th anniversary. Committee members include, front row, from left, Renee Sahady, Carol Harrison and Jeannine Burkett; and back row, Tami Burnworth, Terri Laird, Dianne Nicholson, Ralph Nicholson, Linda Shefcheck, Kas Maddich and Susan Swala.
The Cookie Walk committee of the Town & Country Garden Club recently completed plans for its annual fundraiser. Proceeds will benefit the club’s annual scholarship of $1,000, which is awarded in May to a graduating senior from one of the five Greene County school districts. Town & Country was organized in October 1951 and is observing its 65th anniversary. Committee members include, front row, from left, Renee Sahady, Carol Harrison and Jeannine Burkett; and back row, Tami Burnworth, Terri Laird, Dianne Nicholson, Ralph Nicholson, Linda Shefcheck, Kas Maddich and Susan Swala.
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Washington Lodge 164 Free and Accepted Masons recently presented a check for $500 to the LeMoyne Community Center in Washington. The money was part of the proceeds from the 13th annual Blue Ride,  joint effort of the Masons and Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club Chapter 16. Participating in the check presentation are, from left, Dave Richards, ride chairman; Joyce Ellis, director of the Lemoyne Community Center; and John Knisley, secretary of the Masons.
Washington Lodge 164 Free and Accepted Masons recently presented a check for $500 to the LeMoyne Community Center in Washington. The money was part of the proceeds from the 13th annual Blue Ride,  joint effort of the Masons and Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club Chapter 16. Participating in the check presentation are, from left, Dave Richards, ride chairman; Joyce Ellis, director of the Lemoyne Community Center; and John Knisley, secretary of the Masons.
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Members of the Train Gang, which operates a large train display at Washington Crown Center, recently donated a check for $500 to Washington Christian Outreach. The outreach will use the money to help defray expenses for Christmas food baskets that will be given to the less fortunate in the Washington area. Participating in the check presentation are, from left, Nick Galiza, Joe Jack, Ron King, a board member of Washington Christian Outreach, and Jean Bear.
Members of the Train Gang, which operates a large train display at Washington Crown Center, recently donated a check for $500 to Washington Christian Outreach. The outreach will use the money to help defray expenses for Christmas food baskets that will be given to the less fortunate in the Washington area. Participating in the check presentation are, from left, Nick Galiza, Joe Jack, Ron King, a board member of Washington Christian Outreach, and Jean Bear.
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A gingerbread house replica of the Century Inn is being raffled off. The gingerbread house was made by Matt Kinsey, the head chef at Century Inn. The gingerbread house is on display at the Velvet Envelope, 2168 E. National Pike, Scenery Hill. Tickets are two for $1 or 12 for $5, and can be purchased at the Velvet Envelope. All proceeds will benefit the Scenery Hill Preservation Committee. The drawing will be held Sunday, and the winner does not need to be present.
A gingerbread house replica of the Century Inn is being raffled off. The gingerbread house was made by Matt Kinsey, the head chef at Century Inn. The gingerbread house is on display at the Velvet Envelope, 2168 E. National Pike, Scenery Hill. Tickets are two for $1 or 12 for $5, and can be purchased at the Velvet Envelope. All proceeds will benefit the Scenery Hill Preservation Committee. The drawing will be held Sunday, and the winner does not need to be present.
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Presbyterian SeniorCare Network recently hosted 350 guests for its annual Your Holiday Home event at the Hilton Garden Inn  at Southpointe. More than $20,000 was raised for the SeniorCARE Fund, which helps residents at the Washington campus who have outlived their resources to pay for their care. There was a breakfast buffet, a gift and basket raffle and holiday presentations. Members of the Your Holiday Home committee are, seated, from left, Connie Simon, Christine OBrien, Betty Courson, Betty Robinson and Gayle March; and standing, Lucy Johnson, Carolyn Campbell, Hila Saxer, Debbie ODell-Seneca, Bracken Burns, Christine McMurray, Donna Lukich and Pamela Stewart.
Presbyterian SeniorCare Network recently hosted 350 guests for its annual Your Holiday Home event at the Hilton Garden Inn  at Southpointe. More than $20,000 was raised for the SeniorCARE Fund, which helps residents at the Washington campus who have outlived their resources to pay for their care. There was a breakfast buffet, a gift and basket raffle and holiday presentations. Members of the Your Holiday Home committee are, seated, from left, Connie Simon, Christine OBrien, Betty Courson, Betty Robinson and Gayle March; and standing, Lucy Johnson, Carolyn Campbell, Hila Saxer, Debbie ODell-Seneca, Bracken Burns, Christine McMurray, Donna Lukich and Pamela Stewart.
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Eileen Laabs of Washington sent us this photo of her dog, Dewey, who is ready to carry the colors on his first Fourth of July.
Eileen Laabs of Washington sent us this photo of her dog, Dewey, who is ready to carry the colors on his first Fourth of July.
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