An unidentified young woman drove a compact SUV into the storefront of the E-Z Stop on Main Street in Butler. Photo by Nathan Bottiger.
100-year-old Butler resident John Mahler (front right) stands for the pledge of alegiance along with other inductees into the Butler voting hall of fame Friday, June 21. Mahler hasn't missed an opportunity to vote in 75 years. To qualify, award recipients had to continuously vote for a minimum of 50 years. Some exceptions were made for Vietnam vets who may not have been able to vote absentee during the war. Seb Foltz/Butler Eagle
Seniors from across the county were honored Friday with induction into the voting hall of fame. Recipients received awards for a 50 or more years of continuous voting in area elections. Seb Foltz/Butler Eagle
Bob Hilberry of Butler sits with fellow honorees for the voting hall of fame awards. Recipients recieved recognition for 50 or more years of consectutive voting in elections. Seb Foltz/Butler Eagle
Nancy Stowe, 89, of Butler recieves a voting hall of tame award from Kevin Boozel, Butler County commisioner. In addition to a stelar voting record, Stowe assisted at poling stations for 65 years.
Bob Hilberry, voting hall of fame recipient. Seb Foltz/Butler Eagle
Harold Aughton/Butler Eagle: Maura Offstein of the Butler Country Club team, returns a serve during the 2019 West Penn Inter-club mixed doubles Junior Tennis Team Championships held Thursday, June 27 at the Butler Country Club.
Harold Aughton/Butler Eagle: The Pennsylvania Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team conducted a “Category 5 Hurricane Jessica” exercise on BC3’s main campus, Thursday, June 27.
Harold Aughton/Butler Eagle: A CH-47 Chinook hovers above BC3's emergency training facility during the Pennsylvania Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team's “Category 5 Hurricane Jessica” training mission on BC3’s main campus, Thursday, June 27.
Harold Aughton/Butler Eagle: Scott Grahn, Pennsylvania Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team, and BC3 professor Chris Calhoun go over the operations plan during Thursday's rescue training mission at the community college.
Nathan 'Nate Dog' Watterson puts the finishing touches on the new Michelle Krill Field sign Thursday. The electric sign, with backlit lettering, was designed and built by Butler-based Classic Signs Graphics Garage. Seb Foltz/Butler Eagle
Butler's Josh Grigoletti slides into third beating the throw to Cranberry third baseman Danny Jelinek. Seb Foltz/Butler Eagle
Cranberry's Seve Balog gets a coach's signal to head home in Thursday's game against Butler. Seb Foltz/Butler Eagle
Cranberry's Seve Balog rounds third on his way to scoring against Butler Thursday. Seb Foltz/Butler Eagle
Clayton Buck of Butler and Karen Launer of Harmony don't let the rain get in the way of enjoying a live band as part of a wet Fourth of July celebration in Harmony Thursday. Seb Foltz/Butler Eagle
Under a tent and with spectators huddled beneath umbrellas the Allegheny Brass Band played on for Harmony's Fourth of July Celebration Thursday. Seb Foltz/Butler Eagle