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  1. So, Dunkins is coming...

    I will stick with Scotty's donuts. I can't wait for coffee at Dunkin's.
  2. State Police Searching For Missing Knox Girl

    KNOX, Pa. (EYT) – A Knox girl who went missing yesterday has been located. The 17-year-old girl was found around 2:30 a.m. She had last been seen around 7:45 p.m. in the Knox area where she was seen leaving with a known 20-year-old male. She was found at a location along Wentlings Corners Road and returned home safely unharmed. A release issued early Friday by Clarion-based State Police Tpr. Norbert classified her as a runaway. No further details are available.
  3. ERIE, Pa. — A body found along the New York shoreline of Lake Erie with a gunshot wound to the head and an anchor attached to the torso was identified on Wednesday as that of a Pennsylvania woman whose husband reported her missing and then was charged with killing her. Karen Leclair's body had been bound with nylon fishing rope, the type used to secure anchors, and an anchor was tied to the upper torso, said Lt. Wayne Kline, of the Pennsylvania state police. The body was found in the lake by a fisherman on Tuesday a few miles from Dunkirk, New York, which is about 50 miles northeast of Erie, Pennsylvania, along the lake's southern shore. Karen Leclair's husband, commercial fisherman Christopher Leclair, already had been charged with criminal homicide in her death. Her father-in-law, Earnest Leclair, was charged with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence after it was learned on Wednesday that he had tried to hide the revolver that was used to shoot her, police said. Get your news on the go: Download the WTAE mobile app Christopher Leclair, 48, had reported Karen Leclair, 51, missing on June 11. He told police and the Coast Guard that day that she had a queasy stomach and was sitting on a bucket on the edge of a boat when she apparently fell overboard while he wasn't looking. Authorities in Erie County, Pennsylvania, charged him with criminal homicide because dock surveillance cameras in Erie show the couple left together on June 10, the day before he reported her missing, and he returned alone. The cameras also show him getting on the boat alone on June 11 and returning alone, a criminal complaint says. Karen Leclair's body was taken to the Chautauqua County, New York, coroner for an autopsy, which determined she had a gunshot wound to the head. Dental records were used to identify Leclair, who was from Albion, Pennsylvania. Defense attorney Bruce Sandmeyer said last week Christopher Leclair "maintains his innocence" though he declined to address the discrepancy between his client's police statement and the dock surveillance video. Police on Wednesday accused Christopher Leclair of soliciting his dad to dispose of the revolver, which they called "the murder weapon." They said the dad moved the revolver from one hiding spot and hid it under a bed at Christopher and Karen Leclair's home, where investigators found it. "He tried to get rid of the weapon," Kline said. The dad was arraigned Wednesday but didn't enter a plea. He was jailed and couldn't be reached for comment, and he hadn't retained a lawyer.
  4. Stevie Ryan dies at 33

    Actress and internet star Stevie Ryan has died at 33 Stevie Ryan.Charles Sykes/AP LOS ANGELES (AP) - Stevie Ryan, an actress and comedian who gained fame with impersonations of celebrities on YouTube, has died. She was 33. Los Angeles County coroner's spokesman Ed Winter says Ryan died Saturday at her home in Los Angeles. He says her death has been ruled a suicide after the agency performed an autopsy. Ryan had gained fame on YouTube with impersonations of celebrities, including Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian and Amy Winehouse. She also had a sketch comedy show on VH1, "Stevie TV," and co-hosted a relationship talk show with Brody Jenner.
  5. v.2.5 Family photo Family photo Family photo Family photo 1 of 2 After 75 years together, husband and wife from Pittsburgh area die a day apart June 26, 2017 12:00 AM By Don Hopey / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Anne Genevieve Carse was born in Brookline, the second-youngest among nine children. Donald Alvin Coudriet Sr. was from Knoxville, the youngest of nine siblings. They were sophomores when they met and became sweethearts at Pittsburgh’s South Hills High School. And just 18 when, on Dec. 11, 1941, four days after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, they secretly eloped and were married in a Catholic church in Oakland, Md. They kept the marriage hidden and lived apart for almost a year. On Friday afternoon, attendants at Monaco Ridge, an assisted living facility in Reno, Nev., pushed together their single beds. Ten minutes later Mrs. Coudriet died. Mr. Coudriet died less than 24 hours later. They were 93. And except for that first year, and another when Mr. Coudriet enlisted in the Army Air Corps in 1943 after his brother Teddy was killed in World War II, they were together for 75 years. “Pearl Harbor caused them to get married. They saw the war coming and were worried about being apart,” said Lawrence Coudriet, the couple’s son. “What was important was for them to be together.” From the late 1940s to 1961, Anne and Donald Coudriet ran a “mom and pop” corner grocery in Beltzhoover, at the intersection of Beltzhoover Avenue and Climax Street that they had bought from Donald’s father, Frederick. They renamed it “Don’s,” and it was widely known for Anne’s homemade ham salad. “Everybody loved it,” said Ashley Coudriet, a granddaughter, who lives in Leechburg, Armstrong County. “She told me a man who delivered ice cream to the store taught her how to make it.” Lawrence Coudriet’s memories of the store, where he worked as a young boy, are a bit more intimate. “When I was 6 or 8 years old, I was given the job of putting the blue boxes in brown paper bags,” he remembered, laughing. “Those were Kotex boxes and, in those times, the idea was to hide the labeling.” When the long store hours got too long, Mr. Coudriet sold the business to his brother Canice, who renamed it “Ken’s.” The latter sold it to his son Ken, who still operates it today. Donald Coudriet used the GI Bill to earn a math degree at Duquesne University, worked as a teacher and then as a statistician and payroll administrator for the Pittsburgh Public Schools. Anne Coudriet took a job at the Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon University) Library. After they retired, the couple moved to New Port Richey, Fla., and then to Reno, where they lived for the past 15 years. In addition to his wife, Mr. Coudriet loved “golfing, joking [and] magic coin tricks,” according to an obituary written by Ashley Coudriet. “They liked to golf, square dance and played cards, the kind of things older people like to do,” Ms. Coudriet said. “They had a really deep faith and were really committed to their marriage. It was a lesson that was always right in front of me — God and family. It’s what they taught us.” The Coudriets are also survived by two sons, Donald Jr. of Reno, and Lawrence of Sewickley; five grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. A private memorial service for family will be held later this summer in Reno. Donations in the couple’s memory can be made to Pittsburgh Promise,, and to the Carnegie Mellon University Library,
  6. Papa Johns Dubois

    I like their pizza. I haven't had it in awhile.
  7. Hummingbirds

    Awe very nice
  8. Old Bus Converted Into Motorhome

    Pretty cool
  9. Fire At The Farmers Inn, Sigel?

    This is horrible!!! I hope they rebuild. Good the animals are safe