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  • 13 Dec 2019

    ACMH Cancer Patients Get Presents from Out-Of-County “Santa Claus”

    On December 12th, dozens of gift-filled stockings were delivered to the ACMH Cancer Center in an effort to spread some holiday cheer! Presents were purchased and stockings stuffed by kind-hearted volunteers from Butler and Mercer counties – ...

  • 13 Dec 2019

    Barkers Appliance Welcomes New Repairman – IT’S A GIRL!

        Meet ZOEY! She made her appearance at ACMH Hospital weighing 6 pounds / 13 ounces, and was 19-inches long. Her parents, James and Leah Mathis, are so proud of her. Thanks to “Capture the Moments for You” for the great photo!

  • 13 Dec 2019

    AUTO: Car Overheating? Motor Medics Tackle the Problem

    Dear Motor Medics, My car has been overheating and the shop I have been going to can’t seem to find the cause. It only seems to overheat when I drive it and I can’t seem to find a pattern with it that I can use to have the shop duplicate the ...

  • 13 Dec 2019
  • 13 Dec 2019

    Historical Headlines – December 13

    12/13/1969 – The financial woes of Kittanning Free Library were brightened somewhat by an announcement made by the board of trustees at a meeting held recently, according to Mrs. William C. McKain, librarian. An anonymous donor has turned over ...

  • 12 Dec 2019

    Police Chief Warns of Holiday Thievery

    In this day where “peace on earth and goodwill toward men” is desired, local police departments are busy with calls alleging theft of packages and property. Kittanning Borough Police Chief Bruce Mathews said there are a few things ...

  • 12 Dec 2019

    Pittsburgher Comes Home to Bradys Bend to Harvest a Buck

    Hank Crawford shot this 12-point buck on the first day of rifle season on state game lands in Bradys Bend Township. Hank has been hunting for the past 27 years with his father and brother in Bradys Bend. Although a native of the Bend, Hank ...

  • 12 Dec 2019

    Historical Headlines – December 12

    12/12/1969 – State battle lines are drawn for an attempt for legislators to enact a state income tax. 12/12/1969 – Armstrong Co Democratic chairman, Carl Culp of Ford City, along with chairmen of three other counties are charging the Republican ...

  • 11 Dec 2019

    New Police Officers to Work at Ford City and Manor

    Two cadets that recently graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Law Enforcement training will be working at two area municipalities. Terry Corson and Jonathan Painter were approved by Ford City Borough Council and Manor Township ...

  • 11 Dec 2019

    High Schools Participate in Lions Toy Drive

    Ford City Lions hosted a dinner to honor LEO Club members from West Shamokin and Armstrong for their toy donations to the 29th annual Joe Alese Toy Drive. WSHS donated 251 toys and AHS donated 323 toys. Congratulations to both LEO clubs.

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