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Pennsylvania's Underground Fires - RP

Here’s the Article!

Peter Moskowitz, author of the online article Pennsylvania puts $1.4m towards extinguishing years-old mine fire (2014), states that Pennsylvania is finally taking time to put out the dangerous underground fires in abandoned coal mines across the state. 57 more words

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Moving On...

So this is a distant concern but I’d like to know the answer prior to adoption day… how does the foster care stipend and health insurance work/change when you move out of state? 96 more words

Q and A Series: People, Products and The Health of Our Planet - Interview with Jonathan Simons, owner/artist and Julia Edgerton Simons, studio manager of Treespoons

For the eighteenth interview, I have the pleasure of introducing you to Jonathan Simons, owner/artist and Julia Edgerton Simons studio manager of Treespoons in business for 35 years. 1,157 more words

People, Products And The Health Of Our Planet

My favorite Gettysburg Address

I had totally planned that my next post would be about a Jimmy Buffet Concert Tailgate (you may recall, I posted about a Bruce Springsteen tailgate earlier). 349 more words

Food And Drink

A naughty groom? Men left bloodied, three arrested after wedding reception degenerates into melee

PENNSYLVANIA (WITI) — It was supposed to be the happiest day of their lives — but a Labor Day weekend wedding quickly degenerated into chaos and violence — and three men were arrested, including the groom!  246 more words

News

Bear with bucket on head for a month freed at long last

CLARION COUNTY, Penn. — A video on a Facebook page shows the bold rescue of a bear in Pennsylvania.

The young black bear’s head was trapped inside of a plastic bucket and, according to a recently established Facebook page “ 207 more words

Offbeat

Announcements: End of Summer Hours and Completion of the Tax Records Inventory

A few bits of news! First, the library is finished with summer hours and has returned to the normal schedule. That means that on Saturdays, we will now be… 74 more words

Fayette County