Fri, Sep 22, 2017 - 5:03 PManita
Looking for someone to mow grass at 2 residential properties in Connellsville on a weekly/10 day basis, depending on the weather. Thank you
Wed, Sep 20, 2017 - 12:38 PMJim
Anyone know if Doug Pritts is still cutting grass. He hasn't been to my house for a month and no return phone call. I've been a customer for years.
Wed, Sep 20, 2017 - 10:40 AMpsssssssssst
I think she deserved a medal to protest for that, if she knew it to be true.
Sat, Sep 16, 2017 - 8:06 PMkaj
Yes, indeed. One of my finest hours really. Thanks so much for the shout out. https://youtu.be/zuxHf6TD5PQ
Sat, Sep 16, 2017 - 8:01 PMObsession?
Obsession you say.... wasn't you who were so obsessed with the former DA that you constantly and obsessively would publish that he would get drunk up at the country club? Always said he drove drunk.... Had that obnoxious sign asking what's up with the DA being a drunk.... all that obsession you had because someone near and dear may have been of interest of shameful indiscretions.... oh yes, you were obsessive. And then some.
Sat, Sep 16, 2017 - 12:38 PMSpooky
Who you gonna call?
Sat, Sep 16, 2017 - 09:57 AMChange in Venue
Because of all of the media outlets expected as well as the large number of the disabled vet's supporters who plan on being at her hearing scheduled for Tuesday September 26th @ 2:30 pm it is likely that her hearing will be moved from the DJMs office to the Courthouse in downtown Uniontown. There is just not enough room in that small courtroom in Danny's office building. I just wanted to give everyone a heads up so they can arrange for transportation if they need to and make it to the courthouse in time for the hearing. Both cases against her will be prosecuted that day.
Fri, Sep 15, 2017 - 10:19 PMA.N.
I feel that if someone who does not speak good english can get a job so can the people "bums" they are just to lazy to work noone should have to be deported for others to be able to get a job. Sorry I feel that everyone deserves a chance think about it we were all immigrants at one time tired of hearing that the people that are coming to America to have a chance not to take that chance away from anyone else. thank you have a nice day!!!
Sat, Sep 09, 2017 - 4:15 PMmtnest
does anyone know anything about the ghost buster vechicle seen around town. I cant figure it out
Wed, Sep 06, 2017 - 6:26 PMkaj
Run off at the fingertips like that again, jackwad, and I'll own this board.
Tue, Sep 05, 2017 - 8:51 PMJoe
Hey you piece of **** Marybeth, keep your dirty laundry in Fairchance. How dare you bring it to Connellsville. We don't want you bringing your Bull**** to Connellsville. Go suck a duck!
Tue, Sep 05, 2017 - 8:31 PMcowarly losers
animalliberationfront.com/News/2005_9/ DucksInPA.htm Mon, Aug 07, 2017 - 10:58 PM animal liberation front Residents want to protect ducks in Fairchance, PA By Angie Santello Sep 28, 2005 In light of the removal of signs she claimed protected the ducks at the Fairchance Community Park, borough resident Ermine Rowe has started a community watch program so residents can report harm to the ducks, some of which she said were injured or killed earlier this year. According to Rowe, the signs that informed people a "24-hour pet watch" is operating at the park, were installed in June by Humane police officer with Noah's Ark of Fayette County Robin Moore with permission granted from Borough Council President Herb Myers. Rowe said the signs have tremendously helped in curbing offensive activity at the park and she said she believes the parents of the children responsible for once harming the ducks need to keep in mind that certain residents of the community are vigilant in their cause to ensure the ducks are protected. Rowe said in a prepared statement that after she recently moved to Fairchance and saw vandals destroying the community park and torturing and killing the ducks, she decided to do something about it. Rowe said she contacted and had signs installed in the park that stated that harming the ducks was against the law and could lead to prosecution and a stiff fine. The signs read, "No Rock Throwing at the Ducks" and "Animal Cruelty is a Crime, where persuasion and education fail, criminal prosecution will provide a remedy." "These signs are worth their weight in gold," said Rowe in a statement. "Violence has decreased and the ducks are at peace once again." Early in the summer, Rowe and patrons of the park said they witnessed youth stone the ducks and found a baby duckling squashed on the pond bank. Rowe's daughter, Cindy Walkos of Hopwood, has followed in her mother's footsteps by taking an active interest in the community park and the ducks that live there. She said she has taken a duck to the wildlife rehabilitation center after someone injured it in the park, and, with other injured ducks, the center's president has given her advice over the phone on how to care for and treat the animals. One duck she received treatment advice over the phone for had a hook in its foot, Walkos said. "We're trying to change the park," Walkos said. President of Wildlife Works Inc. in Youngwood Beth Shoaf confirmed that she treated two ducks that were harmed in the park and consulted Walkos on how to treat another two ducks over the phone. Concerned residents like Rowe are now upset that the signs have been removed. "Now that the signs are down, the ducks don't have any protection," said Rowe. "We formed the Watchful Eye program to let these kids know there is still protection for the ducks. We're still watching the pond to stop children from the beating and killing them." Other patrons of the park have joined Rowe's efforts. "They have agreed to keep their eyes open and report any violence or mischief taking place in the park," Rowe said. "They agreed that this is a great idea. Perhaps other parks will want to use the Watchful Eye program." Borough resident Kim Frazee said she wants to see that the ducks stay unharmed and in Fairchance. She said she has seen a 5-year-old child trying to hook the ducks before. Borough resident Janet Allen said her participation in the Watchful Eye program was prompted by her witnessing one little boy trying to hook a white goose with his fishing pole. Allen said the incident happened sometime last year before the signs went up. "That's what we put up with here," Allen said, noting she often walks around the community park and has grandchildren who play sports there. "We don't need that type of stuff here." Allen agreed with Rowe that the signs are helping and that the Watchful Eye program is "a step in the right direction. "Ermine is going in the right direction," Allen said. "Someone needs to go through the park every day." Rowe said she is doing everything in her power to save the helpless ducks and will settle on a compromise with the council. "If they want to compromise and give Robin her signs and put up their owns signs, perfectly fine," Rowe said. "My main thing is to save the ducks. "The children come to enjoy the ducks," she added. "The residents of Fairchance want signs, not violence. "They want ducks at peace and if the council is not satisfied with Robin Moore's signs, I hope they will put up their own signs to protect the ducks." Rowe points to her community service in Uniontown when she helped to save the city's Halloween Parade a few years back as an example that she is concerned about the place where she lives. She lived in Uniontown when the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 47 announced they were discontinuing the annual Halloween parade because of lack of funds. Rowe and her family participated in the parade for 40 years. "I knew how much this meant to the people," she said. "In a matter of five weeks, I had the parade back in progress." Rowe said Froggy radio station 94.9 FM called her and offered to sponsor the parade that year and for years to come. "Froggy donates $2,300 each year to the VFW," Rowe said. "That is the cost of the Halloween parade." As far as her community involvement in Fairchance, Rowe said she will continue to fight against violence in the community with hopes to make it a better and safer place to live. Rowe said by promoting a Watchful Eye program to monitor the park and succeeding in gaining the cooperation from local residents to help enforce the program, she has taken yet another step forward toward that end. http://animalliberationfront.com/News/ 2005_9/DucksInPA.htm
Mon, Sep 04, 2017 - 10:03 AMhow about this?
smoking is bad for our health. That's about $20 month if they buy tobacco and roll their own. I wonder more though when I read the county tax sale list why some who have low interest government business loans owe property taxes on their personal homes but show facebook and instagram pictures on vacations or expensive sporting events.
Mon, Sep 04, 2017 - 07:18 AMTrump is ending
that. Soon the bums will off freebie bandwagon. Once the welfare, hud, and medical all gets cut to nothing. People will go to work. There will be lots of jobs available once Trump sends the illegals packing.
Sat, Sep 02, 2017 - 11:47 AMFreebies
I drive by the store front and people are waiting in line for free food. Funny how they have no money for food but 90% of them are smoking
Wed, Aug 30, 2017 - 11:21 PMthanks
thanks for the update. Houston was a place my former college friends flocked to in the 80s. Some are still there. Two lost everything and probably will head back to family here for a while. You all are in our prayers.
Wed, Aug 30, 2017 - 10:02 PMclassof54
Most stores opened today, but you can imagine a sixty to seventy five thousand square foot grocery store with flood waters 3 to 6 feet deep. It will take weeks to bring those back on line. Meanwhile the remaining undamaged stores will have a hard time remaining stocked. Food shortages will probably be limited to staples as shoppers find the open stores. Our area is on the northwest side of Houston and we saw less rain overall, but some spots even on this "clean" side of the storm were simply inundated. Runoff into the bayous and rivers combined with reservoirs that are filling faster than they can be drained will haunt us for some time. Our neighborhood was one of those fortunate to have very minor damage. But with our crazy drainage, this just means that the adjacent subdivision could have several feet of water in the homes. It wiil take a long time to figure out why one area did so well and the next area suffered so much. Some of the damaged homes were still under repair from last years storm and resultant flooding. A real kick in the groin for those folks. We know our flood control system needs improvement, but would any system handle the 50 inches of rain that hit the area. Doubtful.
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Wed, Aug 30, 2017 - 9:46 PMlmao
I was believing you till the Karaoke bit. Thanks for the laugh.
Tue, Aug 29, 2017 - 6:22 PMgoodness!
that's exactly what a former PA resident around Galveston told me to imagine - flooding from the burgh to Fayette and maybe even into WVa. Can you get out and go anywhere, or are you stranded till waters recede? Are there stores in your immediate area still unaffected, open?
Tue, Aug 29, 2017 - 6:00 PMclassof54
The six foot hill was enough. But nearby areas were not so fortunate. The trillion gallons of water dumped on the area will leave scars for years. Few people have flood insurance which will add to the misery level as we come out of the immediate problem and begin to deal with the rebuilding. The size and scope would be about what it would be if a flood so great hit Pittsburgh and extended to Connellsville with no natural barriers to prevent movement of the water,. Just enormous in scale when you factor in the fact that the individual home is the main casualty. And it continues.
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