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In this Oct. 22 photo, Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington before the House Select Committee on Benghazi. Clinton never personally denied any requests from diplomats for additional security at the U.S. outpost in Benghazi, Libya, according to Democrats on a select House panel who absolved the former secretary of state and the U.S. military of wrongdoing in the deadly Sept. 11, 2012 attacks.
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Marissa Sue Tharp, 8, daughter of Natasha and Cory Tharp of Wind Ridge, was crowned
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Monessen Councilwoman Lucille D’Alfonso
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Upward Bound “bridge” students Kayla Sloan and Fred Clark, both from Greene County, present their research projects on social anxiety at California University of Pennsylvania Tuesday.
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Tony Stewart celebrates as he climbs out of his car after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race Sunday in Sonoma, Calif.
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Pirates starting pitcher Francisco Liriano delivers to the Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig in the fifth inning Monday at PNC Park. Puig hit a two-run double that ended Liriano’s day. Liriano leads the National League with 59 walks, 13 more than the next pitcher.
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Shown is the Capitol building in Harrisburg.
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Amy L. Davison, a sophomore at Monessen High School, received a full scholarship to attend the Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week 2016 at Lycoming College, Williamsport. The weeklong economic education program will provide students with an inside look at the private enterprise system and the way the free market functions. Davison’s parents are Dave and Laurie Davison of Monessen.
Amy L. Davison, a sophomore at Monessen High School, received a full scholarship to attend the Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week 2016 at Lycoming College, Williamsport. The weeklong economic education program will provide students with an inside look at the private enterprise system and the way the free market functions. Davison’s parents are Dave and Laurie Davison of Monessen.
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Allison Park Elementary School ended its school year with a special family event organized by reading specialist Tamara Geho. The AnimalHero event featured guest author and poet Dave Crawley and his wife, Laurel Herman, founder of AnimalHero, an organization that works to educate children to be kind stewards of animals while promoting the joys of reading and writing.
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Monongahela Valley Hospital and its parent organization, Mon-Vale Health Resources Inc., recently re-elected officers of their boards. They are, from left, chairwoman R. Carlyn Belczyk, a certified public accountant; vice chairman Jeff M. Kotula, president of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce; and secretary John D. Fry, president of Procurement Specialty Group Inc. Belczyk was first appointed to the MVH and MVHR boards in 2005. She was elected secretary in 2007 and vice chairwoman in 2010. Kotula was elected to the board of directors of Mon-Vale Health Resources Inc. in 2008 and to the hospital’s board of trustees in 2009. He began serving as the secretary to both boards in 2010. Fry was elected to the MVHR board of directors in 1998 and to the MVH board of trustees in 2000. He was elected chairman in 2010. In addition, nine directors were re-elected to the MVHR board . They are Patrick Ballon, Richard A. Barcelona, Bradley M. Bassi, Belczyk, Carl Crawley, Dr. William D. Hope Jr., Anthony M. Lombardi, Louis J. Panza Jr. and Charles E. Stacey. Five directors also were re-elected to the hospital’s board of trustees. They are Barcelona, Bassi, Belczyk, Crawley and Panza.
Monongahela Valley Hospital and its parent organization, Mon-Vale Health Resources Inc., recently re-elected officers of their boards. They are, from left, chairwoman R. Carlyn Belczyk, a certified public accountant; vice chairman Jeff M. Kotula, president of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce; and secretary John D. Fry, president of Procurement Specialty Group Inc. Belczyk was first appointed to the MVH and MVHR boards in 2005. She was elected secretary in 2007 and vice chairwoman in 2010. Kotula was elected to the board of directors of Mon-Vale Health Resources Inc. in 2008 and to the hospital’s board of trustees in 2009. He began serving as the secretary to both boards in 2010. Fry was elected to the MVHR board of directors in 1998 and to the MVH board of trustees in 2000. He was elected chairman in 2010. In addition, nine directors were re-elected to the MVHR board . They are Patrick Ballon, Richard A. Barcelona, Bradley M. Bassi, Belczyk, Carl Crawley, Dr. William D. Hope Jr., Anthony M. Lombardi, Louis J. Panza Jr. and Charles E. Stacey. Five directors also were re-elected to the hospital’s board of trustees. They are Barcelona, Bassi, Belczyk, Crawley and Panza.
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