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TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – The nation's largest Indigenous tribe recently expanded cultural and educational opportunities at museum locations with…
LANCASTER — The spread of bird flu subsided at Pennsylvania poultry farms but as the state opens a $25 million grant program to help farmers a…
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HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s Republican gubernatorial nominee formally submitted a legislative proposal to set parameters for school employees …
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s Independent Fiscal Office sought to answer a question front of mind for many — Where did the workers go? — in a ne…
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – A friendly spirit of competition was in the air this last week during a demonstration of traditional tribal games, downt…
Zionsville Mayor Emily Styron gained statewide attention recently when she posted expletive-laden comments in response to a Facebook post.
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This Week's Circulars
- Police identify Lebanon man as fatal crash victim
- City planner says Waterford development will be a 'lifestyle district'
- Man sentenced under new law that holds drug dealers accountable for deaths
- Doctor's federal suit claims Witham Hospital discriminated against her
- Battle of the Barbecue hosts record breaking fundraiser
- Saturday's Battle of the BBQ promises fun for everyone
- Semi tractor and moped crash on Ind. 32 west of Lebanon
- Family sues Zionsville gym where girls were molested
- New coach, same expectations of Lebanon tennis
- Cornerstone Music Studio provides new musical experience in Lebanon