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Pittsburgh Pirates’ Jung Ho Kang celebrates his three-run home run as he approaches the plate as umpire Ed Hickox watches during the fifth inning of the Pirates’ baseball game against the Texas Rangers on Friday, May 27, 2016, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)
Pittsburgh Pirates’ Jung Ho Kang celebrates his three-run home run as he approaches the plate as umpire Ed Hickox watches during the fifth inning of the Pirates’ baseball game against the Texas Rangers on Friday, May 27, 2016, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)
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The cicadas are emerging in Washington County, and researcher Kelly Hougland took the opportunity to analyze what makes cicadas emerge from the ground.
The cicadas are emerging in Washington County, and researcher Kelly Hougland took the opportunity to analyze what makes cicadas emerge from the ground.
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Central Greene’s finance committee discusses a property tax increase and budget cuts during a 5 p.m. meeting Thursday in the administration building.
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Roy Lemley, right, and Richard Ketchem, both members of the Patriot’s Dreams Riding Association, spent time working on one veteran’s grave.
Roy Lemley, right, and Richard Ketchem, both members of the Patriot’s Dreams Riding Association, spent time working on one veteran’s grave.
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Andrew Uram poses for a photo with keynote speaker Admiral Mike Rogers at the annual Massing of Colors at Fort Meade.
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Penguins goalie Matt Murray is surrounded by teammates after defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs Eastern Conference finals Thursday at Consol Energy Center.
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California University pitcher Meghan Uher was one of 21 players at the Rebellion tryout Friday afternoon at Consol Energy Park.
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California University pitcher Meghan Uher was one of 21 players at the Rebellion tryout Friday afternoon at Consol Energy Park.
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BentworthþÄôs Brenna Cavanaugh competes in the 100 meter hurdles event on Thursday, May 12 at the WPIAL Class AA Southern Qualifier.
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BentworthþÄôs Brenna Cavanaugh competes in the 100 meter hurdles event on Thursday, May 12 at the WPIAL Class AA Southern Qualifier.
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McGuffeyþÄôs Katie Demi competes in the javelin event at the WPIAL Class AA Southern Qualifier.
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McGuffeyþÄôs Katie Demi competes in the javelin event at the WPIAL Class AA Southern Qualifier.
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Dance Extensions PAC recently competed at Showstopper, the largest dance competition in the country, and qualified for the Showstopper National Finals this summer, receiving 19 double platinum awards, 42 platinum awards and 12 gold awards. Entries and individuals placed as follows: “99 Red Balloons,” sixth in Junior Advanced Small; Bella Gantt, seventh in Junior Advanced Solo; “Cold Water,” first in Mini Advanced Duet/Trio; “Box of Chocolates,” ninth in Junior Advanced Small; “Wherever You Go,” third in Junior Competitive Duet/Trio; Alyssa Collie, seventh in Mini Advanced Solo; Alexa Siska, seventh in Teen Advanced Solo; Kamarya Churney, third in Mini Advanced Solo; Skylar Sobansky, ninth in Senior Advanced Solo; Taylen King, eighth in Senior Advanced Solo; Kristin Leep, sixth in Teen Competitive Solo; “Space Walk,” sixth in Junior Advanced Small; “Fortune Days,” second in Junior Competitive Small; “Haunted,” fourth in Junior Competitive Duet/Trio; “Mutations,” fourth in Junior Competitive Duet/Trio; “Black Widow,” eighth in Teen Competitive Large; “Pirates,” first in Teen Competitive Super; “Taruka,” seventh in Teen Competitive Small; “Mama Knows Best,” sixth in Teen Competitive Large; “Incognito,” ninth in Senior Competitive Duet/Trio; Taylor Prezel, 10th in Senior Competitive Solo; “Big White Room,” fourth in Teen Competitive Duet/Trio; “Roustabout,” seventh in Junior Advanced Duet/Trio; “Silent Night,” seventh in Senior Competitive Small; “My Immortal,” fifth in Senior Competitive Small; “Looking Glass,” eighth in Senior Competitive Duet/Trio; “Puppeteer,” eighth in Teen Competitive Duet/Trio; “7 Devils,” sixth in Senior Competitive Small; “Whistle While You Work It,” eighth in Junior Advanced Small; “Doux Petales,” 10th in Junior Advanced Duet/Trio; “Enjoy the Silence,” fifth in Teen Advanced Duet/Trio; “California Dreamin’,” fifth in Senior Competitive Large; “To Exist,” fourth in Senior Competitive Large; “Queen B’s,” sixth in Senior Competitive Large; “Never Had a Friend Like Me,” third in Mini Advanced Duet/Trio; and Anita Speeler, eighth in Teen Advanced Solo. From left are Maria Ianhoff, Abby Richert, Jadyn Matson, Alaina Coulliby, Paige Hartwell, Anita Speeler and Alexa Siksa.
Dance Extensions PAC recently competed at Showstopper, the largest dance competition in the country, and qualified for the Showstopper National Finals this summer, receiving 19 double platinum awards, 42 platinum awards and 12 gold awards. Entries and individuals placed as follows: “99 Red Balloons,” sixth in Junior Advanced Small; Bella Gantt, seventh in Junior Advanced Solo; “Cold Water,” first in Mini Advanced Duet/Trio; “Box of Chocolates,” ninth in Junior Advanced Small; “Wherever You Go,” third in Junior Competitive Duet/Trio; Alyssa Collie, seventh in Mini Advanced Solo; Alexa Siska, seventh in Teen Advanced Solo; Kamarya Churney, third in Mini Advanced Solo; Skylar Sobansky, ninth in Senior Advanced Solo; Taylen King, eighth in Senior Advanced Solo; Kristin Leep, sixth in Teen Competitive Solo; “Space Walk,” sixth in Junior Advanced Small; “Fortune Days,” second in Junior Competitive Small; “Haunted,” fourth in Junior Competitive Duet/Trio; “Mutations,” fourth in Junior Competitive Duet/Trio; “Black Widow,” eighth in Teen Competitive Large; “Pirates,” first in Teen Competitive Super; “Taruka,” seventh in Teen Competitive Small; “Mama Knows Best,” sixth in Teen Competitive Large; “Incognito,” ninth in Senior Competitive Duet/Trio; Taylor Prezel, 10th in Senior Competitive Solo; “Big White Room,” fourth in Teen Competitive Duet/Trio; “Roustabout,” seventh in Junior Advanced Duet/Trio; “Silent Night,” seventh in Senior Competitive Small; “My Immortal,” fifth in Senior Competitive Small; “Looking Glass,” eighth in Senior Competitive Duet/Trio; “Puppeteer,” eighth in Teen Competitive Duet/Trio; “7 Devils,” sixth in Senior Competitive Small; “Whistle While You Work It,” eighth in Junior Advanced Small; “Doux Petales,” 10th in Junior Advanced Duet/Trio; “Enjoy the Silence,” fifth in Teen Advanced Duet/Trio; “California Dreamin’,” fifth in Senior Competitive Large; “To Exist,” fourth in Senior Competitive Large; “Queen B’s,” sixth in Senior Competitive Large; “Never Had a Friend Like Me,” third in Mini Advanced Duet/Trio; and Anita Speeler, eighth in Teen Advanced Solo. From left are Maria Ianhoff, Abby Richert, Jadyn Matson, Alaina Coulliby, Paige Hartwell, Anita Speeler and Alexa Siksa.
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Creston White, 24, of Venetia, left, and Miguel Francisco, 16, of Washington, right, recently won fights at the Brownson House. White, the 2016 WPAL heavyweight Golden Gloves champion, cut weight to 199 pounds for the fight and beat the 2016 WPAL light-heavyweight Golden Gloves champion. Francisco, a 2016 WPAL Golden Gloves semifinalist with six fights, beat an opponent with 20 fights. With White and Francisco is Mark Shrader, owner and head instructor at Shrader’s MMA Academy in Washington.
Creston White, 24, of Venetia, left, and Miguel Francisco, 16, of Washington, right, recently won fights at the Brownson House. White, the 2016 WPAL heavyweight Golden Gloves champion, cut weight to 199 pounds for the fight and beat the 2016 WPAL light-heavyweight Golden Gloves champion. Francisco, a 2016 WPAL Golden Gloves semifinalist with six fights, beat an opponent with 20 fights. With White and Francisco is Mark Shrader, owner and head instructor at Shrader’s MMA Academy in Washington.
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First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Greene County recently presented the Dustin Damon Casseday Autism Foundation with a $125 check. To raise money during Autism Awareness Month in April, the association sold chocolate-covered Oreos featuring puzzle pieces and chocolate lollipops in the shape of puzzle pieces. A puzzle piece is the symbol of autism awareness. The Dustin Damon Casseday Autism Foundation, created by Damon Casseday in honor of his son, will continue to hold fundraisers this year, including a golf outing in August. The foundation provides support and other resources for parents and family members affected by autism. Casseday, left, accepts the check from Chuck Trump, vice president of First Federal of Greene County.
First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Greene County recently presented the Dustin Damon Casseday Autism Foundation with a $125 check. To raise money during Autism Awareness Month in April, the association sold chocolate-covered Oreos featuring puzzle pieces and chocolate lollipops in the shape of puzzle pieces. A puzzle piece is the symbol of autism awareness. The Dustin Damon Casseday Autism Foundation, created by Damon Casseday in honor of his son, will continue to hold fundraisers this year, including a golf outing in August. The foundation provides support and other resources for parents and family members affected by autism. Casseday, left, accepts the check from Chuck Trump, vice president of First Federal of Greene County.
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Kendle Haught and Jessie and McKenzie Mungai, students at Trinity High and Middle schools, recently raised more than $400 during a bake sale at the Mungai home in honor of Haught’s birthday and to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Haught has muscular dystrophy and has been in a wheelchair since she was a young child. The money was donated at the annual MDA Muscle Team fundraiser at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. Surrounding Haught are, from left, Ben Zimmer, Jessie and McKenzie Mungai, Beth Zimmer and Bristol Joseph.
Kendle Haught and Jessie and McKenzie Mungai, students at Trinity High and Middle schools, recently raised more than $400 during a bake sale at the Mungai home in honor of Haught’s birthday and to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Haught has muscular dystrophy and has been in a wheelchair since she was a young child. The money was donated at the annual MDA Muscle Team fundraiser at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. Surrounding Haught are, from left, Ben Zimmer, Jessie and McKenzie Mungai, Beth Zimmer and Bristol Joseph.
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Dr. Gary Cartwright, an orthodontist with offices in McMurray and Bethel Park, recently awarded four $500 scholarships to area high school seniors. Every year for the past 17 years, Cartwright has conducted an essay contest for all former and current patients who are furthering their education. The topic was “What would you like to study after high school and why?” With Cartwright, back row, center, are the winners, clockwise, from lower left, Megan McKenzie of Finleyville, daughter of Mark and Rebecca McKenzie, who plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh to study speech-language pathology; Adam Hrycko of Finleyville, son of Joseph and Nannette Hrycko, who plans to attend Washington & Jefferson College to study pre-med/biology; Andrius Petrauskas of Pittsburgh, son of Janet Petrauskas, who plans to attend Duquesne University to study finance and economics; and Kaeley Honsaker of New Eagle, daughter of Scott and Kim Honsaker, who plans to attend Waynesburg University to study nursing.
Dr. Gary Cartwright, an orthodontist with offices in McMurray and Bethel Park, recently awarded four $500 scholarships to area high school seniors. Every year for the past 17 years, Cartwright has conducted an essay contest for all former and current patients who are furthering their education. The topic was “What would you like to study after high school and why?” With Cartwright, back row, center, are the winners, clockwise, from lower left, Megan McKenzie of Finleyville, daughter of Mark and Rebecca McKenzie, who plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh to study speech-language pathology; Adam Hrycko of Finleyville, son of Joseph and Nannette Hrycko, who plans to attend Washington & Jefferson College to study pre-med/biology; Andrius Petrauskas of Pittsburgh, son of Janet Petrauskas, who plans to attend Duquesne University to study finance and economics; and Kaeley Honsaker of New Eagle, daughter of Scott and Kim Honsaker, who plans to attend Waynesburg University to study nursing.
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Exterior of the Observer-Reporter building in Washington.
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Mon Valley Nurses Association recently presented a check for $250 to its scholarship recipient, Christian Pergola, a senior at Charleroi Area High School. Pergola has been accepted into the nursing program at Robert Morris University. From left are Virginia Saunders, treasurer of the nurses association; Pergola; Michelle Lux, scholarship chairwoman; and Debbie Lux, scholarship committee member.
Mon Valley Nurses Association recently presented a check for $250 to its scholarship recipient, Christian Pergola, a senior at Charleroi Area High School. Pergola has been accepted into the nursing program at Robert Morris University. From left are Virginia Saunders, treasurer of the nurses association; Pergola; Michelle Lux, scholarship chairwoman; and Debbie Lux, scholarship committee member.
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Four-year-old Gage Vantine is all set for his first swim of the summer at Mineral Beach pool near Finleyville with goggles and water wings. He was at the pool with his mother, Nicole Vantine of McKeesport, sister, Chloe Vantrine, 9, and brother Josh Vantine, 15. The family travels to the pool four to five times a summer. Opening day at Mineral Beach pool was free to visitors.
Four-year-old Gage Vantine is all set for his first swim of the summer at Mineral Beach pool near Finleyville with goggles and water wings. He was at the pool with his mother, Nicole Vantine of McKeesport, sister, Chloe Vantrine, 9, and brother Josh Vantine, 15. The family travels to the pool four to five times a summer. Opening day at Mineral Beach pool was free to visitors.
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Travelers make their way through the Philadelphia International Airport, Friday, May 27, 2016, in Philadelphia. Memorial Day weekend is considered the unofficial start of summer vacations for many and a busy travel period. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
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A man walking his dog stops to examine an Aedes aegypti mosquito sculpture created by street artist Andre Farkas in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The sculpture is intended to bring awareness to the spread of the Zika virus in Brazil.
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Women paint their faces with female gender symbols for a protest against the gang rape of a 16-year-old girl in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday, May 27, 2016. The assault last Saturday came to light after several men joked about the attack online, posting graphic photos and videos of the unconscious, naked teen on Twitter. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks in San Francisco this week. Donald Trump’s best liaison to Republicans is turning out to be Hillary Clinton. Trump overcame a ‘Never Trump’ campaign aimed at stopping him from clinching the Republican nomination. Now the businessman is benefiting from a wave of GOP donors, voters and conservative issues groups uniting under a new banner: Never Hillary.
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Internally displaced civilians from Fallujah who fled their homes during fighting between Iraqi security forces and Islamic State group during a military operation to regain control of the city are lving outside Fallujah, 40 miles west of Baghdad, Iraq.
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Dana Dolfi created the Great American Horn Machine that plays songs from a variety of horns.  The horns have historic significance including a whitle from the Donora American Steel and Wire Works, a horn from the USS Missenawa and a horn used on a California drawbridge.
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Dana Dolfi created the Great American Horn Machine that plays songs from a variety of horns.  The horns have historic significance including a whitle from the Donora American Steel and Wire Works, a horn from the USS Missenawa and a horn used on a California drawbridge.
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Butch Booze strings beef sticks, preparing them for the smoker.
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Butch Booze strings beef sticks, preparing them for the smoker.
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Trinity High School students Jess Mathews, left, and Jacob Richmond test-drive a drone that will be used at graduation and by students in television production. Next year, students will learn how to build and program the drones to follow specific GPS coordinates.
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