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Tuesday - October 8, 2013

| Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
In Market Square, Steven Manganaro, tour crew manager, helps Nadine Wasserman, of Downtown, make a choice from the Sketchbook Project Mobile Library, Tuesday, October 8, 2013. The Sketchbook Project allows the curious to check out books containing subjects they may be interested in, from sketches or photographs of a different city, or different views of everyday life. The mobile library visits 40+ cities in North America and currently holds 4,500 sketchbooks from this year's collection.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
In Market Square outside the Sketchbook Project Mobile Library, Nina Strelec peruses a sketchbook she checked out, Tuesday, October 8, 2013. The Sketchbook Project allows the curious to check out books containing subjects they may be interested in, from sketches or photographs of a different city, or different views of everyday life. The mobile library visits 40+ cities in North America and currently holds 4,500 sketchbooks from this year's collection. Strelec, of Bridgeville, is an art teacher with the Quaker Valley School District, and took a personal day to visit the mobile library. She was formulating ideas for art projects for her students, and also for herself.
Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review
Just Ducky Tours celebrated its 1 millionth rider at Station Square on Tuesday, October 8, 2013. Celebrating the milestone are co-owner Michael Cohen (from left); Julianne and Bill Trischler of Adam Township, Butler County; their daughter, Celeste Sailer, 46, of Lebanon, Tenn., with her children Jack (from left), 14, Joshua, 10, and Timothy, 13; and co-owner Chris D'Addario.
Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review
The Just Ducky Tours mascot welcomes the 1,000,000 rider at Station Square on Tuesday, October 8, 2013.
Evan R. Sanders | Daily Courier
Cassius Bundridge, 4, of Scottdale takes a ride on a slide while enjoying the warm weather with his family in Kendi Park in Scottdale.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
In Market Square, Nadine Wasserman of Downtown peruses a selection from the Sketchbook Project Mobile Library on Tuesday, October 8, 2013. Wasserman browsed through a sketchbook titled 'NYC From My Stroller (With Help From My Mother),' which featured a toddler's drawings and photographs of their journeys throughout New York City.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
In Market Square outside the Sketchbook Project Mobile Library, Lois Yeager (left) and Felicia Richards, both of North Huntingdon, browse through a few sketchbooks featuring photographs ion Tuesday, October 8, 2013. The Sketchbook Project allows patrons to check out books containing subjects they may be interested in — from sketches or photographs of a different city, or different views of everyday life. The mobile library visits more than 40 cities in North America and has 4,500 sketchbooks in this year's collection. Yeager and Richards have a photography business Downtown called Creative Beyond Control Photography, and were browsing sketchbooks that featured photos from across the country.
Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review
Elaine Trombetta Neill leaves the Federal Courthouse, Downtown after she admitted in federal court on Tuesday, October 8, 2013, that she helped her brother hide some of the money he was siphoning from the Beaver County cyber charter school he founded. Neill, 56, of Center admitted that her one2one Enterprises was little more than a shell that Nick Trombetta, 58, of East Liverpool, Ohio, set up to funnel more than $1 million to himself, Neill and their mother. She pleaded guilty to one count of filing a false tax return for her 2010 taxes that claimed at least $150,000 in income that actually went to Trombetta and $90,600 in expenses.
Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
babies are outfitted as Pirates in the nursery at St. Clair Hospital Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013. The hospital has furnished around 25 Baby Buccos since the start of the National League Division Series.
Guy Wathen | Tribune-Review
Evan Lamont, 5, of Ligonier runs through the Green Mead Farm pumpkin patch in Ligonier Township during a field trip with Covenant Christian Preschool on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013.
Brian F. Henry | Tribune-Review
Mike McCann, who lives half the year in Montana and the other in Alaska, documents the 1942 Stinson V-77 Reliant that he sold to a group of collectors from the Latrobe area in the 1980s at the KLBE Air Museum in Latrobe on Tuesday, October 8, 2013.
Eric Felack | Valley News Dispatch
Construction workers place a metal diversion beam on top of a storm culvert along Bull Creek in Tarentum to keep rainwater out of the area along the bank where a retaining wall is being built on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013. The work is being done to repair flood damage from the remnants of Hurricane Ivan in 2004.
Eric Felack | Valley News Dispatch
Showing his Pirates pride and drumming up business for his mobile food business, James Barton, co-owner of The Hot Dog Guys, waves a flag to support the Buccos on Bull Creek Road in Tarentum on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013.

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