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Here today, gone tomorrow. These migrating trumpeter swans recently passed through the area, stopping at Ethel Springs Lake in Derry Township. They spent a day resting before moving on, and they were gone before sun up the next morning — probably a good idea, considering the wintry weather c…

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Here today, gone tomorrow. These migrating trumpeter swans recently passed through the area, stopping at Ethel Springs Lake in Derry Township. They spent a day resting before moving on, and they were gone before sun up the next morning — probably a good idea, considering the wintry weather c…

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A Dubois man was killed Tuesday in a head-on crash on Route 56 in East Wheatfield Township, Indiana County, according to information released by Indiana County Coroner Jerry Overman Jr.

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Eric Hauser was elected to serve as president of the Greater Latrobe School Board during Tuesday’s annual reorganization meeting.

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Following a month in which Westmoreland County’s total coronavirus (COVID-19) cases more than doubled, the county opened December by marking another grim milestone Tuesday, surpassing 200 deaths attributed to the virus.

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Derry Borough Council is expected at next week’s regular meeting to adopt a final 2021 budget with no increase in property taxes.

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Westmoreland County Clerk of Courts Bryan L. Kline announced Monday that effective today, Tuesday, Dec. 1, the Clerk of Courts office will be open to the public by appointment only because of coronavirus (COVID-19) precautions.

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An Indiana County teenager was struck by a vehicle and killed Nov. 24 while attempting to cross Route 119 in Homer City, according to the Indiana County Coroner’s Office.

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And they’re off for Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation’s 26th annual Turkey Trot 5K run/walk, held Thanksgiving Day in downtown Latrobe. Brothers Eric and Brent Kennedy of Kiski were the first participants in the men’s division to cross the finish line, both with an unofficial time of 15:45…

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Colette Silvis of Latrobe was the first female to cross the finish line with an unofficial time of 20:20. Silvis was the top female finisher in the Open Women classification and she placed 21st overall.

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Bulletin photographer Mike Pedicone recently saw this young 8-point, along with three other large bucks, along Route 381 in Rector. The Pennsylvania statewide firearms deer season opener takes place on Saturday, Nov. 28, followed immediately by the third big game Sunday hunting opportunity o…

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David An leaps in the air as he warms up for the 26th annual Turkey Trot 5K run/walk. An finished eighth overall with a time of 17:37.

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HARRISBURG — Approximately $115,432 in Safe Schools Targeted Grants have been awarded to several schools in Westmoreland, Armstrong and Indiana counties, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca announced.

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The Unity Township Zoning Hearing Board on Tuesday approved an expansion of non-conforming use to allow a building materials supplier to expand its existing enterprise along Marguerite Lake Road.

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Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Troop 478 is set to resume its annual Christmas tree sale fundraiser beginning Saturday, Nov. 28, behind the First Commonwealth Bank, Mountain View location near the intersection of Route 30 and Village Drive in Unity Township.

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Ligonier Valley Police Department K-9 Officer Kilo did not care to eat off of the floor, so Sgt. James Friscarella helped him out. No dinner is complete without dessert.

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The Latrobe Bulletin will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 26, for the Thanksgiving holiday. There will be no paper delivery on Thanksgiving Day. The office will reopen on Friday, Nov. 27, from 8 a.m. to noon. The Bulletin wishes all of its readers a happy Thanksgiving.

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A Derry Township man faces a preliminary hearing next month on charges that he ran down a rare albino deer and made it appear on social media as if he legally shot it during the state’s archery season.

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Eight maids a-milking, seven swans a-swimming…and six Christmas tree spots are still available to sponsor through the Latrobe Community Revitalization Program’s (LCRP) annual tree decorating program in downtown Latrobe.

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These demonstrators at Saturday's protest in Greensburg supported President Donald Trump’s theory that not all votes cast during November's presidential election were valid.

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Jeff Hartung was one of the speakers during Saturday's protest outside Westmoreland County Courthouse in downtown Greensburg. He is the founder of "Stand Up Stand Strong."

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After back-to-back days setting single-day highs for new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases last week, Westmoreland County’s daily new cases dipped back below 200 per day over the weekend, according to figures from the state health department.

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Ligonier Valley High School senior Jonathan Rankin adjusts one of the many ribbons placed on the lampposts around the Ligonier Diamond.

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