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Hitting the wall on Easter Saturday

By REV. ROD SMITH - For The Courier-Times Easter Saturday, a little more than 2,000 years ago, the first followers of Jesus hit the wall. His execution was complete; the corpse secure in a tomb and the courageous teacher was gone. He, who had done no harm, who

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Sports Briefs

- Baseball Shenandoah 4, Randolph Southern 0 The Raiders hosted the Rebels in a Mid-Eastern Conference game Wednesday evening and shut them out. Shenandoah rode the three-hit, 10-strikeout pitching performance of senior Hadden Myers for the victory. The lefty lim. . . more »

Clinic reopens after DEA search

Courier-Times Staff Report A New Castle clinic was open for business Thursday after an unexpected visit the day before from federal, state and local investigators. “We at Kane Loveridge Wellness Group deeply regret the inconvenience that our closing

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Looking for that spring in my step

By DONNA CRONK - dcronk@thecouriertimes.com While a spring in one’s step is something of a metaphor for most folks, for me, it’s a real thing.  I’m talking flip flops made with spongy platforms that make these old dogs feel much younger . . . more »