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Morris Township residents Don and Lynn Bird, whose two daughters died from heroin overdoses in 2014, address the West Greene School Board Thursday night about potentially turning the former Graysville Elementary building into an addiction treatment facility.
Morris Township residents Don and Lynn Bird, whose two daughters died from heroin overdoses in 2014, address the West Greene School Board Thursday night about potentially turning the former Graysville Elementary building into an addiction treatment facility.
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After narrowing his decision to four schools, RJ Bell decided to play for Geneva College.
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The Pirates’ Josh Bell rounds second base after hitting a solo home run against the Cardinals during the second inning of Friday night’s game in St. Louis.
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Center Nico Hischier holds a New Jersey jersey after being selected as the top pick in the NHL draft Friday in Chicago.
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Center Nico Hischier holds a New Jersey jersey after being selected as the top pick in the NHL draft Friday in Chicago.
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Jordan Spieth blasts out of a bunker during the second round of the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn.
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LSU’s Josh Smith hits an RBI single during the second inning of Friday’s College World Series game against Oregon State in Omaha, Neb.
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In this Feb. 12, 2016, photo, Jimmie Johnson, left, talks with crew chief Chad Knaus in the garage during a practice session for a NASCAR race at Daytona International Speedway. Knaus said he had his laptop stolen from a rental car in San Francisco Wednesday leaving him without the notes for Jimmie Johnson’s race Sunday at Sonoma.
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Shown in Qualifiers Night 3 of NBC’s “Spartan Ultimate Team Challenge” are members of team Better Halves, from left, Steve Myers, Chris Anne Beardslee-Myers, Yeniz Parton and Courtney and Ryan Kaczmark, both graduates of Jefferson-Morgan Middle/High School.
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Washington Health System and Community Action Southwest recently held a ribbon cutting after a Little Free Library was installed in front of Washington Hospital on Wilson Avenue, near the bus stop and entrance to the hospital parking garage. The Little Free Library campaign is an ongoing fundraising and literacy awareness project of CAS, which plans to place at least 30 little libraries throughout the community within the next year. Community leaders, corporations and CAS supporters are invited to sponsor a Little Free Library, which is an outdoor cabinet that provides easily accessible, free books to the community. A list of Little Free Library locations can be found at https://littlefreelibrary.org/ourmap/. WHS volunteers will assist with the upkeep of the Little Free Library at Washington Hospital, Other volunteers are being recruited to help construct, install and maintain Little Free Libraries throughout the community. Those interested in volunteering or making a cash donation can contact CAS at https://caswg.org/volunteer or 724-225-9550. Participating in the ribbon cutting are, from left, Gary Weinstein, CEO of Washington Health System; Marlene Rhoades, volunteer with WHS; Darlene J. Bigler, CEO of Community Action Southwest; and Brook Ward, chief operating officer of Washington Health System and a member of the board of directors of Community Action.
Washington Health System and Community Action Southwest recently held a ribbon cutting after a Little Free Library was installed in front of Washington Hospital on Wilson Avenue, near the bus stop and entrance to the hospital parking garage. The Little Free Library campaign is an ongoing fundraising and literacy awareness project of CAS, which plans to place at least 30 little libraries throughout the community within the next year. Community leaders, corporations and CAS supporters are invited to sponsor a Little Free Library, which is an outdoor cabinet that provides easily accessible, free books to the community. A list of Little Free Library locations can be found at https://littlefreelibrary.org/ourmap/. WHS volunteers will assist with the upkeep of the Little Free Library at Washington Hospital, Other volunteers are being recruited to help construct, install and maintain Little Free Libraries throughout the community. Those interested in volunteering or making a cash donation can contact CAS at https://caswg.org/volunteer or 724-225-9550. Participating in the ribbon cutting are, from left, Gary Weinstein, CEO of Washington Health System; Marlene Rhoades, volunteer with WHS; Darlene J. Bigler, CEO of Community Action Southwest; and Brook Ward, chief operating officer of Washington Health System and a member of the board of directors of Community Action.
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Hannah Reed, Sierra Pettit, Rodney Parsons, Luke Swartz, Jersey Ostrich, Gavin Ostrich and Peyton Ostrich recently participated in the Greene County 4-H Swine Club’s litter cleanup on Route 188 between Waynesburg and Jefferson in conjunction with PennDOT’s Adopt-a-Highway program. They collected 25 bags of trash, saw three snakes and found seven syringes.
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Sophia Plock and London Whipkey, sixth-graders at West Greene Elementary Center, recently received the 2017 William Throckmorton Penmanship Award, which includes a certificate and a $50 gift. The award is given in memory of William Throckmorton, who was the elementary principal in the West Greene School District from 1962 until 1987. Throckmorton recognized the importance of handwriting instruction in developing motor skills, as well as the cognitive benefits of cursive handwriting. Honorable mention certificates were presented to Raegan Armel, Lexi Six, Kaileigh Coneybeer, Taylor Karvan and Emily Simms. Plock and Whipkey received the award from elementary Principal Donald Painter.
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Ian Ramsey, deputy director of Freedom Transit, recently received the Rising Star Award at the Pennsylvania Public Transportation Association’s annual conference at the Lancaster Marriott Conference Center. The award recognizes a transit employee with up to three years of service for his or her potential, effort and commitment to public transportation. Ramsey was one of six individuals nominated for the award. Ramsey, right, is shown with Josh Baker of AMTRAN and co-chairman of the human resources committee for PPTA.
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Athena Sarris received the Distinguished Service Award on behalf of she and her husband, the late Frank Sarris, at the Washington Health System Charity Ball, “A Night in Havana,” for their generosity to the community and the Washington Health System. Nearly 500 guests enjoyed dinner, auctions, salsa dancers and mojitos to celebrate the Cuban theme at the Hilton Garden Inn at Southpointe and raised $135,000 for the Innovation Unit at Washington Hospital.
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Waynesburg Sportsman Association recently established a scholarship to benefit Greene County high school rifle team members. Each winner received a plaque and a check for $500. Winners are, from left, Dawn Anna Trout from West Greene High School, Cameron McIe from Waynesburg Central High School and Michael Pochron from Jefferson-Morgan High School.
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In this June 20 photo, Nathan Miller, 19, far right, stands in a certified nursing assistant class at New Berlin Eisenhower Middle/High School in New Berlin, Wis. He is forgoing a summer job to play baseball and take the class, to help make him a better candidate for medical school down the road.
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President Donald Trump speaks during a bill signing event for the “Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017” in the East Room of the White House Friday in Washington.
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Hurley trauma surgeon Dr. Donald Scholten, M.D., points to his neck during a press conference Friday at Merliss Brown Auditorium in Flint, Mich., to illustrate where Lt. Jeff Neville was stabbed.
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Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., during a press conference where he announced he will vote no on the proposed GOP healthcare bill at the Grant Sawyer State Office Building, Friday in Las Vegas.
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Wildflowers grow along portions of the Montour Trail in Hendersonville on Thursday.The first nationally designated bicycle route in Pennsylvania has been established by the state Department of Transportation. U.S. Bicycle Route 50 includes the Montour Trail, Panhandle Trail and Great Allegheny Passage.
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In this June 17 photo, Bill Cosby arrives for his sexual assault trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown. Cosby will organize a series of town hall meetings to help educate young people about problems their misbehavior could create, a spokesman for Cosby said Thursday.
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From left, Washington County Commissioners Diana Irey Vaughan, Larry Maggi and Harlan Shober received the 2017 World Class CEO Award, presented Wednesday by Southpointe CEO Association.
From left, Washington County Commissioners Diana Irey Vaughan, Larry Maggi and Harlan Shober received the 2017 World Class CEO Award, presented Wednesday by Southpointe CEO Association.

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