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Date: May 29, 2015

  • Derry Area High School students build memorial to honor veterans
  • Latrobe man accused of arson faces new charges
  • Ligonier planners recommend extended hours for Bethlen wellness center
  • Bobcats drop district baseball title game to Juniata Valley
  • Wildcats land five on All-Section baseball team



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Derry Area High School students build memorial to honor veterans
By Jeanette Wolff
For The Bulletin

Some Derry Area High School students have worked very hard to make sure that veterans in this area will be honored for their service and never forgotten.

Dave McCleary, one of the teachers of the transition technology class at the high school, was at a Veterans Day program at the amphitheater on the school campus a few years ago and thought it would be a great place for a memorial to veterans. His students joined him in his dream and after more than a year of hard work, their project will be dedicated on Friday.
 

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Latrobe man accused of arson faces new charges
Brandon Scott Baradziej, already arrested for arson earlier this week, now faces additional charges.

Baradziej, 31, of 509 Main St., Latrobe, was arrested on Thursday, May 28, for trespassing and harassment.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)


Ligonier planners recommend extended hours for Bethlen wellness center
By Jennifer Sopko
For The Bulletin

The Ligonier Township Planning Commission on Thursday recommended extending the operating hours for the Graceful Aging Wellness Center at Bethlen Communities, allowing later weekday hours and additional Saturday hours for proposed new activities.

The planning commission voted 3-0 to recommend the new hours at the facility located off of Carey School Road, which recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. Chairman Mark Spitzer and Ben Faas were absent.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)

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