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Memories at the Manger

Memories at the Manger

MARS — The members of St. John Lutheran Church, 420 Beaver St., are trying to drive the Christmas message home to children.

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Today's Verse

When anxiety was great within me, your consolation brought joy to my soul.

Chuckle of the Day

Graciousness is like house cleaning. Nobody notices it until you stop doing it.

Steve Green, the owner of Hobby Lobby and a founder and major backer of the Museum of the Bible, poses for a portrait at the museum, Monday, Oct. 30, 2017, in Washington. The museum cost $500 million to build, covers 430,000 square feet and is a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol.

Museum of the Bible to open Friday

WASHINGTON — Eight years ago, Hobby Lobby President Steve Green found a new way to express his Christian faith. His family's $4 billion arts and craft chain was already known for closing stores on Sundays, waging a Supreme Court fight over birth control and donating tens of millions of dollars to religious groups.

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Haley and Daniel Sutton

Resetarits, Sutton

Haley Resetarits of Cranberry Township and Daniel Sutton of Evans City were united in marriage Aug. 20 at Succop Nature Park in Butler. Mayor Dean Zinkhann officiated. A reception followed at Succop Nature Park.

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How to safely include Fido

As Thanksgiving approaches, many of us are busy trying to figure out which dishes we are going to make and the number of family members coming over. However, it's important to keep in mind that your dog is also going to be around and you may not be able to give her your full, undivided attention. This leaves more of a chance for your pup to sneak food off the table while you're not looking.

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There is one way you can leave your leaves and have your lawn, too: Mulch them. Mulching leaves is not only easier than raking, it’s also more environmentally sound.

Mulch, leaf mold, compost: Put fall leaves to good use

Leaves of red, yellow, orange and green color the autumn landscape with their vibrant, dramatic hues, compelling us to pull on soft, warm sweaters, pour a mug of hot cider and curl up with a good book. But when they leave their branchy homes and gently sway to the ground, the compulsion to grab a rake and head outdoors for hours of back-breaking labor erases the tranquility almost immediately.

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At Seneca Valley's Rowan Elementary School, students painted rocks at the beginning of the school year as a kick-off project. Fourth-grader Mira Azemi picks a rock out of the school's rock collection.
photography by JUSTIN GUIDO/ butler eagle

Rock Out, Seneca Valley

Rock painting is a trend that is sweeping the nation, and it's made its way to Butler County.

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