Thursday, August 28, 2014 01:05 AM

Wolverine Football Tickets Go On Sale Today
Wednesday, August 27 2014 08:16am
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Lincoln High School is back in session which means – Ellwood City Wolverines football season tickets are on sale! The season tickets go on sale beginning Wednesday during the school hours in the high school office. Tickets for five home games will be $30.00 for adult reserved seats, $20.00 for adult general admission, $5.00 for students, and free for residents of the district who are 62 or older. Adult and student tickets will be $5.00 … Continue reading

Panther Alumni Soccer Team Comes Away With Victory
Wednesday, August 27 2014 08:04am
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The Riverside Alumni Soccer Team sought revenge for losses at the hands of the Riverside High School 2014 high school team after losing the first two match-ups in 2012 and 2013 on Saturday. The game played at the Riverside Middle School soccer field under humid conditions was a test for the “oldsters”. They met the challenge and then some by defeating the high school booters 9-6. The Ridgely family was well represented on both teams. … Continue reading

PENNDOT: Road Work Planned In Southern Lawrence Co.
Tuesday, August 26 2014 08:15am
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PennDOT announced the following road maintenance schedule for this week in Southern Lawrence County. Streambed paving along Corner School Road in Shenango Township, from Fletcher Hill Road to Union Valley Road Sign replacement along Bridge Street in Wayne Township from the Ellwod City lin to Old Pittsburgh and along Route-65 in Ellwood City from Fountain Avenue to Wampum Road. Shoulder improvements along Route-488, Portersville Road, in Ellport and Wayne and Perry Townships from the Ellwood … Continue reading

POLICE REPORT: Criminal Mischief; Drunkenness; Theft
Tuesday, August 26 2014 08:07am
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Burglary: According to the police report, John Hogue reported a burglary at his home, located on the 500 block of Line Avenue, on 8/17. Between the hours of 2:00 p.m. on August 16 and 12:30 p.m. on August 17, an unknown actor broke into Hogue’s apartment through the window. The actor stole a 32-inch Samsung Television, located in the front of his apartment. The cost of the stolen property was estimated at $200.00. Police are … Continue reading

American Legion, Boy Scouts Plan Flag Retirement Ceremony
Monday, August 25 2014 08:08am
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As a former member of the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) that conducts special ceremonies and memorial affairs to honor fallen military members, John Barton is particularly sensitive to proper decorum when it comes to the U.S. Flag. “I have a very deep sense of pride in what our flag represents; the symbol of a free and proud nation.” John said. That is why he was very disappointed to see a U.S. flag … Continue reading

Lincoln Class of 1954 Hosts 60th Reunion
Monday, August 25 2014 08:05am
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The 1954 Lincoln Class held their “Blue and White Spark” 60th Graduation Anniversary on Saturday, August 16 at the Ellwood City Saxon Club. Festivities began at 3:00 p.m. as classmates and guests arrived and were greeted by a welcome sign framed by a lighted white birch limb, entwined with iridescent blue and white bangles. Stepping inside the hall, Ilene (Chapman) Gardner welcomed them and photographed each arrival in front of a decorated Blue and White … Continue reading

Ellwood City Public Library Weekly Activities
Monday, August 25 2014 08:01am
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Activities taking place at the Ellwood City Area Public Library include the following: Tuesday, August 26, at 4:00 p.m. – The Library’s 100th Anniversary Committee will meet to discuss upcoming activities. More information is available by calling the library at 724-758-6458. Thursday, August 28, at 6:30 p.m. – Adult Knitting Group. This group meets weekly during the fall, winter and spring, and on an abbreviated schedule during the summer. Members work on individual projects and … Continue reading

PHOTO: Cioffi Receives Proclamation
Monday, August 25 2014 08:01am
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Last week, Mayor Anthony J. Court presented a Proclamation to Joseph Cioffi for his work with the Ellwood City Summer Programs for his dedication to the children of Ellwood City. The success in the development and implementation of this community wide “Summer Youth Program” for the past 4 years is to be commended. According to the proclamation, Mr. Cioffi has shown a community of young people how much Ellwood City does care about what they … Continue reading

SPEED KILLS: Wolverines Show Sign Of ‘No Huddle O’
Saturday, August 23 2014 09:27am
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Just a typical day at the office for Coach Phillips and the Wolverines: 33 and 244. The number of plays it took to gain almost 2 1/2 football fields of yardage. The fans who witnessed a so-called friendly, or in this case, scrimmage, were pleased to see that there was no lack of production from the offense after losing most of their offense from last year. (Note – scrimmage was played based upon 10-play series … Continue reading

PHOTOS: Pie Festival Always Full Of Fun, Even Indoors!
Friday, August 22 2014 08:16am
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The chance of inclement weather pressed Lincoln High School administration to make an announcement Thursday afternoon to move the annual Pie Festival to the high school gymnasium and cafeteria areas Thursday evening. The event, normally scheduled outdoors at Helling Stadium, is a unofficial ‘kick-off’ to the school year and offers the sounds of the Lincoln High School Blue Band and introduces the community to the Lincoln High School students involved in extracurricular activities. Rosters and … Continue reading

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