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Anti-U.N. sentiment to be displayed at rally
There will be an rally during which participants will openly carry firearms and burn the United Nations flag in Meadville’s Diamond Park Saturday at noon to mark Patriots Day, a civic holiday observed in some states commemorating the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord.
- Proposal would put Conneaut Lake Park into hands of revamped trustees group
- Roundabout in planning stages for yet another Saegertown intersection
- Law setting sights on Meadville's shopping cart scourge
- Crawford County Literary Council plans roundtable breakfast
- Anti-U.N. sentiment to be displayed at rally
Lynn leads Bulldogs over visiting Beavers
“It’s a good thing we have that little break for Easter,” said Meadville track and field coach Carl Roznowski. “That should give her a chance to rest up those muscles.”Continued ...
Roznowski is talking about Bulldogs junior Jordan Lynn, who was a busy lady on Wednesday as the MASH boys and girls squads took on Corry in a Region 3 meet at the Barco-Duratz Athletic Complex.
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- Selig calls replay start ‘remarkable’
- Cardinals roll to a sweep of Eagles
- Unbeaten Panthers need five games to top Bulldogs
- Lynn leads Bulldogs over visiting Beavers
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- Our Health
Is getting your daily ‘shot’ of caffeine OK?
Can’t live without your daily dose of caffeine? I know many people who will go out of the way just to grab a fresh cup of Joe or any caffeine shot to jump start their day or combat that afternoon lull.
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- Enjoy the taste of eating right
- Holder: Heroin deaths an 'urgent and growing public health crisis'
- Lilly's diabetes drug rejected by FDA
- Is getting your daily ‘shot’ of caffeine OK?
Journalists in combat zones ‘write with light’ while risking their lives
I first heard the news on National Public Radio on my car radio. On April 4, the day before elections in Afghanistan, an Afghan military officer walked up to a car in a convoy and opened fire. Anja Niedringhaus, a staff photographer for The Associated Press, died instantly.
- There’s no war on men and boys — it’s quite the opposite
- McCord outsourcing ‘scandal’ reminds me of Y2K fears
- Can we trust luck when it comes to the nuclear industry?
- Aging — is it a disease to be cured?
- Journalists in combat zones ‘write with light’ while risking their lives