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Man who caused fatal crash avoids jail, must speak about distracted driving Man avoids jail after pleading guilty to fatal crash, per request by the victim's family. Check out this story on eveningsun.com: http://ponews.co/2cWmXiA CHAMBERSBURG - At the request of the victim's wife, a Chambersburg man who caused a fatal crash two years ago will avoid jail but be required to speak to others about the dangers of distracted driving. Comment?
A young bald eagle is recovering in wildlife rehab after being held in a leg trap for days near Fayetteville. Bald eagle crippled by illegal trap walks a mile to safety A young bald eagle is recovering in wildlife rehab after being held in a leg trap for days near Fayetteville. Comment?
Lance Dewease enjoying dream sprint racing season The veteran Fayetteville driver has joined with Donnie Kreitz Jr. to form a fearsome team at Central Pennsylvania tracks Check out this story on eveningsun.com: http://ponews.co/2auW73R Lance Dewease won this 410 Sprint heat race and the feature against the World of Outlaws at Williams Grove Speedway in May. It happens when you've got a fast car, your team works well together, you know how to race at certain tracks, you use your experience to take advantage of every opening, and you get some good breaks. Dewease, of Fayetteville, a veteran of 30-plus years of racing 410 sprint cars, is having the time of his life in this 2016 season. Comment?
Emergency responders were on scene at a St. Thomas pond all day July 4, searching for and recovering a body from the water. Chambersburg man drowns in St. Thomas pond Emergency responders were on scene at a St. Thomas pond all day July 4, searching for and recovering a body from the water. Comment?
Outdoors: Whippoorwill's song could be fading The National Audobon Society says the whippoorwill's species is in decline Check out this story on eveningsun.com: http://evesun.co/1OtjLpy Many people remember this ballad from the 1920s, but I wonder how many people have actually have been lucky enough to hear a whippoorwill's evening call in the forest? Among the myriad of birds made famous or mentioned in song and poem, the Eastern whippoorwill is easier heard than seen. And, according to birding authorities, is becoming harder to hear as whippoorwills' preferred habitat of open woods succumb to suburbia. Comment?
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