---- — Frigid temperatures and the potential for snow have prompted some area schools to announce at two-hour delay for Tuesday. They are: Sharon, Hermitage, Sharpsville Kennedy Catholic, Blessed John Paul II, New Wilmington, West Middlesex, Greenville, Lakeview, Mercer and Reynolds.
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Bus driver says youthful mistakes still following her
Terri L. McCloskey asks to be judged by how she is, not by how she was.Continued ...
ARD ordered for women in coupon fraud case
Two Erie-area woman charged in a coupon fraud scheme have been entered into the probation-like Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition program.Continued ...
Man pleads guilty to molesting girl
A Hempfield Township man accused of molesting a 12-year-old mildly autistic girl pleaded guilty Monday to charges of attempted aggravated indecent assault and indecent assault.Continued ...
- Bus driver says youthful mistakes still following her
Herald-Tamie junior tourney set Thursday-Friday: Deadline to register is Tuesday
THEY SAY THAT “The best things in life are free.” Well, one of those “best things” is the annual Herald-Tam O’Shanter Junior Golf Championships every summer.Continued ...
The event, which has been free to boys and girls in the Shenango Valley since it’s inception in 1949, will be held Thursday and Friday at Tam O’Shanter Golf Course in Hermitage.
It has been the premier youth tournament for decades and some of the top players ever to come out of this area have participated. But you don’t have to be a great young golfer to take part. It’s a wonderful opportunity for every youngster to get a free round of golf on a great course, which is in immaculate shape this season.
Hickory lists 2013 scholar-athlete award winners
Hickory High Athletic Director Barb Dzuricsko recently announced that a total of 213 students (grades 9-12) earned Don McKay Scholar-Athlete awards.Continued ...
To be eligible, students must maintain an A (93 percent or higher) grade-point-average through the academic year’s third 9-week grading period and compete in a PIAA-sponsored sport.
A total of 375 students competed in athletics this past year, Dzuricsko noted, meaning almost 57 percent qualified for the McKay Scholar-Athlete Award. Since the award’s inception, this is the highest total number of students to earn the honors, she reported.
SCHOLASTIC NOTEBOOK: Hearns to continue golf career in college; Petty to be honored
RECENT HICKORY High alumna Rosy Hearns will continue her education and golf careers at the State University of New York-Albany. Hickory links coach Craig Antush said Hearns recently signed a letter-of-intent.Continued ...
Hearns’ Hickory career concluded as one of the finest on the links — male or female — in Mercer County annals.
- Herald-Tamie junior tourney set Thursday-Friday: Deadline to register is Tuesday
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