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Old firehouse now sells furniture

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Old firehouse now sells furniture

VALENCIA — Deb Cochran, the manager of Furniture at the Firehouse, 68 Dambach Ave., believes a former fire station makes for a great furniture store.

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Today's Verse

I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes.

Chuckle of the Day

Love is blind. Then you get married, and suddenly you have 20/20 vision.

This impish little gecko doorbell cast in brass is from Waterwood Hardware.

New doorbells have lots of bells and whistles

Before electricity, doorbells rang via a complex rigging of mechanical pulleys. Visitors pulled a rope or turned a key-like affair — think Downton Abbey's elaborate system to summon staff, but on a smaller scale for the masses.

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Social Security offers helpful online information

Chances are good that you use the Internet or a cell phone app every day. Social Security has you covered. We’ve created online tools to make the lives of millions of people easier. We’ve put together a list of easy-to-use resources for you.

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Jeremy Love, a trumpet player for Seneca Valley High School, was named to the Macy's Great American Marching Band, which will perform Nov. 22 at the Thanksgiving Day Parade.

SV junior named to Macy's marching band

Jeremy Love, a junior at Seneca Valley High School, will take part in the Macy's Great American Marching Band at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. 22, 2018.

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'HEART OF A LION'

Tom Toland, a past district governor, presents the “Heart of a Lion” awards to 2018 Butler High School graduates Alyssa Eyth and Tarik Taoufik during the Butler Lions Club’s 95th anniversary celebration June 22 at Trinity Lutheran Church. This humanitarian award is presented to non-Lion members of the community who unselfishly serve the needs of the community.

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Dean’s List

Butler County Community College students who have achieved a cumulative grade point average of 3.75 or higher are named to the President’s List following completion of at least 12 semester hours or upon completion of degree requirements:

7/14/2018 Dean's List 0 comments

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