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Entrance to the Meadows Casino on Race Track Road in North Strabane Township.
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Kopper Kettle manager Rebekah Johnson, right, helps Stockdale resident Libby Eddy carry donations Eddy brought to the restaurant Tuesday for victims of West Virginia floods. Kopper Kettle staff will collect donations through Saturday and will deliver items to those in need Sunday morning.
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John Bogacik of Elizabeth stood among Donald Trump supporters Tuesday when the presidential candidate spoke at a private gathering in Monessen.
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Carolyn Yagle presents information to the South Strabane Township board of supervisors during a public hearing Tuesday. Yagle and attorney John Smith, standing, have been working on a drilling ordinance.
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In this March 22 photo, auto mechanic Joe Valenti changes a battery in a Honda Acura at his garage in Dormont.
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In this Nov. 18 file photo, Alana Fusco, left, an employee at Gerald Peters, a jewelry store owned by Jerry Amerosi at the Staten Island Mall in New York, helps a customer choose a bracelet for her niece.
In this Nov. 18 file photo, Alana Fusco, left, an employee at Gerald Peters, a jewelry store owned by Jerry Amerosi at the Staten Island Mall in New York, helps a customer choose a bracelet for her niece.
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In this October 2015 photo, the VW sign of Germany’s Volkswagen car company is displayed at the building of a company’s retailer in Berlin.
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A player hits a ball during warm up prior the fourballs on Day2 at the Solheim Cup golf tournament in St. Leon-Rot, southern Germany, Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)
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Sandy Thomas took this photo of a passion flower in her neighbor's yard in Washington.
Sandy Thomas took this photo of a passion flower in her neighbor's yard in Washington.
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Annie’s Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar
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Jim Winegar, a potter from Graysville and owner of Artbeat Gallery in Waynesburg, stands with his stoneware clay “Ode to Bernard Palissy” at the opening reception Sunday afternoon for the Art of the State exhibit at the State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg. Winegar’s piece was one of 122 chosen from 1,778 entries for the 49th juried exhibition presented by Jump Street and the State Museum of Pennsylvania. The show features established and emerging artists and craftspeople who live in Pennsylvania. Their works will be on display until Sept. 11 at the museum, 300 North St., Harrisburg.
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Exterior of the Observer-Reporter building in Washington.
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