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IS THE FUTURE LOOKING SHARP, OR WHAT??? Civil Air Patrol Cadets Kaitlyn & Kyle Pester stand at parade rest during recent Memorial Day services in Waynesburg, PA. More pix, Page 6-7
The WET HEN says, at home, in the neighborhood, country, church, civic or government, Change Begins with YOU, Pg 4.
A story to make you smile, "The Bard of Bobtown," features local poet Arnold Friend. Page 3.
EVENTS all summer long! Page 10.
Cindy's Wind: Hearing sad news from family members has me living in the moment in "A summer's day with you." Page 8.
Bowlby Library has big plans, Page 5.