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Remember When: Prof. Fox. dance lessons, church fire

Submitted by Marlene Campbell of Tarentum
This sign, circa early 1950s, erected on the site of the undeveloped Heights Plaza shopping center, Natrona Heights, lists the stores that would be located in the Plaza. Submitted by Marlene Campbell of Tarentum

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Traveling by Jeep, boat and foot, Tribune-Review investigative reporter Carl Prine and photojournalist Justin Merriman covered nearly 2,000 miles over two months along the border with Mexico to report on coyotes — the human traffickers who bring illegal immigrants into the United States. Most are Americans working for money and/or drugs. This series reports how their operations have a major impact on life for residents and the environment along the border — and beyond.

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100 years ago

Prof. Fox teaching Boston, other dances in Elks club house

The Boston, the one-step and other new and down-to-the-second dances will now be seen at dances soon. Prof. Fox is teaching the Elks and their families the intricacies of the new dances every Monday evening at the Elks club house.

75 years ago

Fire levels Glade Run church, stove blamed

An overheated stove was blamed for fire which destroyed the 40-year-old Glade Run Presbyterian church, four miles from Kittanning, with an estimated loss of $15,000. Lack of water supply hampered the Kittanning firemen in fighting the blaze. Rev. Frances B. Marks is pastor of the church, which had a congregation of 200.

50 years ago

Arnold patrol boys collect funds for March of Dimes

Arnold patrol boys will conduct a tag day throughout the city to raise funds for the March of Dimes campaign. Boys from St. Vladimir School and Fourth Avenue School will be stationed at various business houses in the city seeking funds for the annual drive.

25 years ago

Apollo-Ridge basketball team wins 13th straight, against Mars, 96-69

The undefeated Apollo-Ridge boys basketball team rolled over Mars, 96-69, setting a school record for most points in a game. Apollo-Ridge, top-ranked in Class AA, won its 13th straight in taking a one-game lead over the previously undefeated Planets, before a standing-room-only crowd.

15 years ago

Deer Lakes schedules school construction to begin

After years of controversy, Deer Lakes' building plan is scheduled to begin in April. The school board approved advertising bids for construction at Curtisville Elementary School, East Union Elementary School and Deer Lakes Middle School. All work is to be done by mid-July 1999.

10 years ago

Frozen gas line cuts service to numerous communities

More than 2,800 Dominion Peoples gas customers were affected when a frozen gas line in Arnold shut down service in parts of northern Allegheny and southern Butler counties. Water seeped into a main transmission line, blocking the flow of natural gas and cutting off service to customers in Brackenridge, Buffalo Township, Clinton, East Deer, Fawn, Frazer, Harrison, Jefferson Township, Saxonburg, Tarentum and Winfield.

Five years ago

Steeler Ernie Holmes dies in car crash in Texas

Ernie “Fats” Holmes, who helped the Steelers win two Super Bowls as a member of the legendary Steel Curtain defense, died in an automobile crash in Lumberton, Texas.

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