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Derry Area cheerleading captain Kylie Sliva joins with third-grader Hailey McManaway to cheer for the Trojans’ girls’ basketball team. McManaway was especially rooting for her sister, Tiana Moracco. Derry Area lost to Freedom Area, 47-32, in the WPIAL Class 3A first-round playoff game on Wed…

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The St. Vincent College (SVC) Equestrian Club will welcome superstar and trick rider Ashley Pletcher for a presentation on Tuesday, March 10, at the Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve. A reception will begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by Pletcher’s presentation at 6 p.m.

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The Ligonier Township Municipal Authority (LTMA) board at its meeting Wednesday reviewed two options for sewage treatment in the township’s Act 537 Plan after receiving information from the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County (MAWC) regarding the capacity of its Ligonier Borough treat…

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A decade in and still walking. For 10 years, men and women, children, families, community leaders, professionals, survivors, students and residents have come together as a community to stand — and walk — in support of lives free of violence. On April 18, participants will come together again.

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More than a year after students took their first steps inside the new Latrobe Elementary School building, the Greater Latrobe School District has agreed to make its final payment to general contractor Nello Construction for the project.

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Pickwick Publications of Eugene, Oregon, has recently released a book authored by the Rev. Nathanael R. Polinski, OSB, assistant professor of sacred scripture at St. Vincent Seminary in Unity Township.

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Local Union 1537 United Steelworkers and its units will hold their monthly meetings on Thursday, Feb. 20, at Huber Hall in Latrobe. Unit 1551 will hold its meeting at 4 p.m., with the Local Union 1537 meeting to begin at 4:30 p.m. All members and retirees are invited to attend.

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Everything you love about the Ligonier Country Market will be part of the new Ligonier Night Market to debut this summer, the Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce (LVCC) announced.

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More than 200 people attended the 2020 Pennsylvania Solar Congress on Saturday at the Chestnut Ridge Golf Resort & Conference Center in Burrell Township, hosted by nonprofit Solar United Neighbors. While most of the participants were from Indiana and Westmoreland counties, some came from…

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Roger Horowitz, a representative from nonprofit Solar United Neighbors, shares information with Mike Uschak of Loyalhanna and Otto Salquero of Latrobe at the 2020 Pennsylvania Solar Congress on Saturday. Horowitz encouraged people to join a co-op to help reduce the cost of installing a solar…

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The left photo shows speaker Jonathan Belak, president of Three Rivers Electric Vehicle Association, and Jim Resh of Indiana, Pennsylvania, checking out Resh’s 2019 all-electric Nissan Leaf at the 2020 Pennsylvania Solar Congress on Saturday in Burrell Township. In the right photo, Roger Hor…

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A Unity Township couple has filed a lawsuit in the Westmoreland County Court of Common Pleas claiming Greater Latrobe School District’s policy of seeking reassessments of some newly purchased homes unfairly targets new property owners.

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Derry Area School District earned high marks among Westmoreland County schools with a similar socioeconomic status and had a strong performance in elementary school science, according to state student assessment data.

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4 p.m., Ligonier Township Planning Commission, workshop, municipal building

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Bidding for Westmoreland County’s major construction projects will again be open to union and non-union contractors after Republican members of the county’s Board of Commissioners on Thursday ushered in an early end to a controversial agreement with local trade unions.

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On Tuesday, Greater Latrobe school board members are expected to vote on two tax settlements and an electricity procurement agreement that will all result in additional funds or savings for the district.

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David Zahl, a nationally recognized author, will speak at 7:30 p.m. March 12 at Ligonier Town Hall about the future of American religion and spirituality in promotion of his new book, “Seculosity: How Career, Parenting, Technology, Food, Politics, and Romance Became Our New Religion and What…

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What is love? Teachers at Latrobe Kinder-Schull asked the students in their Pre-K Counts 1 classroom, and 5-year-old Zavia Polski had a good answer. The Bulletin wishes readers a happy Valentine’s Day.

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Fort Ligonier will welcome author Jason Cherry to the Fort Ligonier Center for History Education to discuss his book “Pittsburgh’s Lost Outpost: Captain Trent’s Fort” at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16.

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St. Vincent College’s LEARN (Listen, Evaluate, Analyze, Reflect, Navigate) Speakers Series will host Kristina Anderson 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 17, in the Fred M. Rogers Center on the Unity Township campus. The event is free and open to the public.

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