Chris Shovlin Talks Midland Sports Hall of Fame on Teleforum

Chris Shovlin stopped by Teleforum with Frank Sparks this morning to talk about the 2017 Class of the  Midland Hall of Fame presented by Joe Spanik. The event gets underway on Sunday July 2,2017 in  Alumni Hall at 10th Street and Beaver Avenue on the Lincoln Park campus.  Doors open at Noon with the program beginning at 1:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale now through  4 p.m. tomorrow June 28th  at the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center Box Office and by phone at 724-576-4644 Option 2 during regular business hours and on-line at at any time.  Cash, major credit cards, and checks are being accepted.  Make checks payable to Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center – memo MSHOF.  NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR.

This  years class is:

1961-62 Midland High School Basketball, 1970 Midland High School Football, Lawrence Andres, Alex Della Valle, Janet DiTullio, A. Donald “Speed” Edmiston, Kevin Kirkland, Lorenzo McCauley, Al Monaco, Sr., and Ronald Perkins.

Midland Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship Recipients:  This year, the Midland Sports Hall of Fame Committee voted to extend its college scholarship application criteria to include not just graduating students who are current residents of the Borough of Midland, but also to children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, etc. of graduates of Midland High School.  Recipients:  Rennell Cummings II lives in Midland and is a 2017 graduate of Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School.  He will major in Psychology and play basketball at Bowling Green State University.  Leah Nichols of Midland is also a 2017 Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School graduate.  She will major in Allied Health / Nursing at the Community College of Beaver County this fall.  Alexis Scelp resides in Industry and is a 2017 graduate of Western Beaver High School.  She will major in Nursing at the Community College of Beaver County.


YANKEE TRADER Tuesday 6-27-17

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Super lift 2 Ton jack

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2 Drills

1 electric Hammer drill and 1– ¼ inch electric drill

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Piano in very good condition.

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55” long and 36” tall.  Includes bench

COST:  $200

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Patches, uniforms, hats, equipment

CALL:  724-775-5201  Bill


FROM:  Ambridge

Proform adjustable stride elliptical machine

Works fine

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Brand NIB

COST:  $20


Playboy Magazines

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COST:  .50 each Make offer for bundles

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Beaver County District Attorney’s Office Releases New Numbers On How Many Lives Saved By Narcan

New numbers this morning from the Beaver County District Attorney’s office on just how many lives have been saved by Narcan in drug overdoses. Beaver County Radio News Correspondent Sandy Giordano has details. Click on ‘play’ to hear Sandy’s report…

YANKEE TRADER  Monday June 26, 2017

FROM:  Aliquippa Hopewell Township

Record player, tape player & radio with speakers

COST:  $35

CALL:  724-203-4569


4 metal high-back swivel chairs (bar stools)

COST:  $10 each

2 sets of golf clubs w bags & clubs

COST:  $50 each

CALL:  724-847-1637


FROM:  Rochester Boro

2002 Town & country Mini Van

Inspected-ready to go.  Everything Works.

215,000 miles

COST:  $1,300 OBO


1991 Mercury Capri Convertible

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COST:  $1,500 firm

CALL:  724-312-2823 (8 AM-Midnight )


FROM:  New Sewickley Twp

Smaller Roll Top Desk w 3 drawers

In great condition

36” W   18” Deep  43” High

COST:  $40

Bookcase Single Headboard (twin)

COST:  $10

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Breaking News: High Court Reinstates Trump Travel Ban, Will Hear Arguments

BREAKING NEWS: The Supreme Court is letting the Trump administration mostly enforce its 90-day ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries, overturning lower court orders that blocked it. The action today is a victory for President Donald Trump in the biggest legal controversy of his young presidency. The court did leave one category of foreigners protected, those “with a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States,” the court said in an unsigned opinion. The justices will hear arguments in the case in October. Trump said last week that the ban would take effect 72 hours after being cleared by courts. The ban would apply to citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The Trump administration said the ban was needed to allow an internal review of the screening procedures for visa applicants from those countries. That review should be complete before October 2nd, the first day the justices could hear arguments in their new term.  This Breaking News report brought to you on Beaver County Radio by…

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Vacant New Castle Home Destroyed In Suspicious Fire

Fire destroyed a home in New Castle early Sunday morning. It happened around 12:30 a.m. at a home on the corner of Jefferson and West Lutton streets. It took firefighters at least an hour and a half to bring the fire under control, but hot spots were still popping up around 2:30 a.m. The house was unoccupied, as the previous residents had recently moved out. Fire officials said the previous tenants were forced to move out two weeks ago because of code violations. The house is a total loss and will be torn down. No injuries were reported. The cause of the fire has not yet been determined. It is being considered suspicious.