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Three Rivers Festival Queen Charisse Haislop (from left), Junior Miss Mackenzi Stanley and Little Miss Brylee Knotts jot down their scores at the annual Professional Pepperoni Roll Bake-Off Friday afternoon at Palatine Park. Noteworthy Sweets from Fairmont walked away with the prize.
Noteworthy Sweets pepperoni rolls first in professional bake-off
Nothing says Fairmont like the pepperoni roll.
And nothing celebrates the pepperoni roll more than the Three Rivers Festival.
Friday saw the annual Three Rivers Festival Professional Pepperoni Roll Bake-Off, with nine area bakeries competing to take home a trophy for their unique offerings.
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Alvarez backs Locke as Bucs beat Brewers
Jeff Locke put up some more zeroes for Pittsburgh.
The Pirates lefthander didn’t give up a run for the second straight game to help lead the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers Saturday.
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Star City transfixed by murder plot
For nearly nine months, the people of this small West Virginia town saw the face of missing 16-year-old honors student Skylar Neese everywhere — beaming at them from fliers on utility poles, in gas stations, even at the local tattoo parlor.
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- Tax, fee hikes proposed to fund state roads
- Rockefeller sponsors new head-injury legislation
- Former hospital executive, nurse to become state DHHR secretary
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President’s drone rules leave unanswered questions
President Barack Obama left plenty of ambiguity in new policy guidelines that he says will restrict how and when the U.S. can launch targeted drone strikes, leaving himself significant power over how and when the weapons can be deployed.
- Obama sees narrower terror threat, defends drones
- Obama: Policy in leaks investigations under review
- Man shot to death while questioned in Boston probe
- Four Americans have been killed in overseas drone strikes since 2009
- President’s drone rules leave unanswered questions
Men play major role regarding gender gap
Sorry, fellas, but President Barack Obama’s re-election makes it official: Women can overrule men at the ballot box.
For the first time in research dating to 1952, a presidential candidate whom men chose decisively — Republican Mitt Romney — lost. More women voted for the other guy.
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- Battleground bonanza
- Democrats maintain control of U.S. Senate
- Republicans drive to renewed control of U.S. House
- Men play major role regarding gender gap
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So? Should you and your boss be friends on Facebook? The answer, of course, is not simple.
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