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Ferndale finishes fourth  (Carpentry)

Posted by netorius on March 5, 2007

Claysburg-Kimmel hit eight 3-pointers and Lacey Claar scored 23 points to lead the Bulldogs to third place in District 6 Class A with a 63-52 win over Ferndale on Thursday night at Central Cambria High School. Claar, a 5-foot-8 senior, also led Claysburg-Kimmel with 12 rebounds. Teammate Marissa Leslie chipped in 18 points.

Snowbirds flying south will see bills fly north 
EBENSBURG The boroughs snowbirds have had a sweet deal with water bills when they went south for the winter, but officials say that must end. Under a new policy, the borough will bill the base rate of $51 per month for water and sewer service, even though no water is used.

Fire in Verona 
We have breaking news tonight out of Oneida County. More than 15 fire departments are on the scene of a warehouse fire in the town of Verona. It’s near the intersection of Routes 31 and 365. The building is on Oneida Indian nation land.

Federal Judge Hears Class Action Debate 
Federal Judge L. T. Senter is weighing whether to allow an individual lawsuit filed against State Farm to proceed as a class action suit. The judge originally turned down Judy Guice’s request back in December.

Bud Chater: ‘He was his own deck of cards’ 
CAMDEN (March 2): Once in a great while, there walks a man (or drives a motorcycle with his dog poised on the back) who by his very nature, takes on legendary proportions in a community. He doesnt earn this by chairing corporate boards or amassing fortunes.

Mason Square vets center opens 
SPRINGFIELD – Harold L. Bell, a retired veteran, said it was “like a dream come true.” – The Observer-Dispatch – Oneidas contact EPA about fire 
Miss a day.Miss a lot. VERONA – The Oneida Indian Nation has contacted the federal Environmental Protection Agency about a fire late Wednesday night that destroyed a Nation carpentry facility that had housed solvents and stains, Nation spokesman Mark Emery said this morning.

The following are recently issued business licenses in Richmond and Chesterfield and Henrico counties.

Training Programs Offer Jail Inmates A Second Chance 
Forget the classic stereotype of inmates spending their days stamping out license plates. As in jail facilities systemwide, inmates at Pitchess Detention Center have the chance to get involved in a number of educational and rehabilitative programs, an official said.


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