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St. Bonaventure University writing professor and author Chris Mackowski has released his latest book titled “The Great Battle Never Fought: The Mine Run Campaign, November 26 –– December 2, 1863.”

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When a Bradford Area High School student is feeling down in the dumps, there now is a place they can stop, peel off a message of inspiration and carry it with them to lift their spirits.

Tabby Dart and Carolee Learn, third and fourth from left, co-chairs of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church's 15th annual community dinner, donated a portion of that event's proceeds, $1,000, to the Christian Community Services Food Pantry. Accepting the check was Sharon Kohler, second from left,…

The Perry family made the best out of the recent snow storms by constructing a jolly snowman in their yard on Seaward Avenue in order to help introduce the holiday spirit to the local community.

The snowy weather has put many in a Christmas mood. Several have already started to decorate their homes for the holiday season. This ornament tree with its snow-covered decorations was found in the Duke Center area.

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LETTER HOME: Letters from servicemen and women to family show the personal effect war has on those in service.

The Otto-Eldred National Honor Society inducted 10 new members into its chapter and recognized their two-year members at a banquet held on Thursday evening at the Old Library Restaurant in Olean, N.Y. One year members include Veronica Benini, Kala Cousins, Madison Dalton, Kayla Dubetsky, Meg…

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SMETHPORT — A Bradford woman was sentenced to one to five years in state prison for assaulting a police officer as well as a separate criminal offense during McKean County Court Thursday.  

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NEW YORK (AP) — Lowe's Cos. reported disappointing numbers for a key sales measure in the third quarter and said it would exit its Mexico operations in its bid to compete better with home improvement leader Home Depot.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump vastly inflated the value of planned Saudi investments in the U.S. on Tuesday, as he explained why he's "standing with Saudi Arabia" despite the conclusion of his intelligence officials that the kingdom's de facto leader ordered the murder of a U.S.-b…

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Stocks dropped again Tuesday as losses mounted for the world's largest technology companies. Retailers also fell, and energy companies plunged with oil prices as the market sank back into the red for the year.

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Victor’s Mark Syverud was diagnosed with Parkinson’s 18 years ago but it wasn’t until just recently he realized he was experiencing a new symptom of the progressive neurological disease - his voice was starting to fade.

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Mass shootings have been an unfortunately common occurrence in the U.S. for some time now - media outlets report new tragedies on what seems like a weekly basis. But with every new case, many still look to the past for reference, the massacre at Columbine High School being one of the most frequently cited. The insurmountable emotions of these situations can be cause to create more anger, more hatred and more violence; it’s a vicious cycle with seemingly few solutions. But even the people directly affected by these tragedies have the ability to overcome and create an opposite reaction. One spurred on by hope and kindness.

As the wintry atmosphere has settled outside and the heat gets cranked up indoors, the dry air can wreak havoc on the body — particularly your eyes. Your sight is an especially important sense; it’s important during these cold months to keep up on the health of your vision. If you’ve noticed that your eyes seem redder than usual, you have blurred sight or watery eyes, or you have a hard time making tears, the culprit could be something a bit more serious than the dreary outdoors.