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Date: February 27, 2017

  • Key figures discuss future of Arnold Palmer empire
  • Fort Ligonier celebrates George Washington's 285th birthday
  • Man ordered to trial in death reported as suicide
  • LV's Robby Patrick wins third regional title, heads seven area AA wrestlers to qualify for state tourney
  • Wildcats advance four wrestlers from section tourney to regional



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Key figures discuss future of Arnold Palmer empire
By Mike Dudurich
For The Bulletin

The smile, the charm, the personality that made him a man for all seasons and places, the strong and firm handshake. All those things went to a better place when the man who possessed them passed away Sept. 25, 2016.

Latrobe’s favorite son, Arnold Palmer, made significant impacts on society around the world but it all began in Latrobe and that fact is not, nor will it ever be, lost on the Palmer family.

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Fort Ligonier celebrates George Washington's 285th birthday
BY RITA GIESEY
For The Bulletin

Although Fort Ligonier remains closed until the end of April to allow renovation of the museum to continue, the new Fort Ligonier Center for History Education was completed in time to welcome students to celebrate George Washington’s 285th birthday last Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

“The construction crew was wonderful to work with and did everything they could to finish the new center in time for one of our most special education programs,” said Julie Donovan, Fort Ligonier’s director of marketing and public relations.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)


Man ordered to trial in death reported as suicide
GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) — A western Pennsylvania man has been ordered to stand trial in the death of his girlfriend, which authorities say he originally reported as a suicide.

A Westmoreland County district judge on Friday ordered 53-year-old Allen Trent held for court in the Feb. 12 slaying of 61-year-old Frances Smith in South Greensburg, a tiny borough about 30 miles east of Pittsburgh.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)

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