Franklin On Ice was better than
ever this year, with many of the
two dozen sculptures lit up at
night. Doug Suhr of Oil City and
Ryan Wenner of Clarion provided
the wide variety of movie, theater
and dj lights for the event.
Winter wonderland images of Two Mile Run County Park, Oil Creek
State Park & Sandy Creek. Story & Images by Michael Henderson
Staff writer Joe Lodanosky, who's a
sportscaster for Oil City's KQW, gives
his take on the Super Bowl loss, and
provides another story about the
heavy penalties incurred by the
Steelers this season. Images from
several games at Heinz Field provided
by Christain Marshall.
Sager reports on
the ups & downs of
the first half of this
from the Winter
Classic provided by
Ben Bodamer writes about his experiences playing Phil Davis in the Barrow's
production of White Christmas. In both photos, Bret Sloan (left) & Ben Bodamer
(right) perform as the 1954 comedy, song & dance duo of Wallace & Davis.
Maggie Bernecky joined ORPIT (Oil
Region Paranormal Investigative
Team) at the historic Latonia Theatre
on Oil City's South Side. A range of
paranormal activity at the elegant
venue brought the ORPIT team for
their third study of the enormous
structure, this time on Halloween.
Louis Chevrolet (above), often raced with CJS Miller
(right), the first-born son of General Charles Miller of
Franklin. The story of the flamboyent and wealthy
young man, Charles Joseph Sibley Miller, has been
largely hidden until now, and has come to light
thanks to the research of George Stroupe. The 1898
home of General Miller (below) has been the Miller
Park Apartments for many years.
The ghostly image
of the Latonia's
was created on the
stairs leading tho
the ornate ballroom.
The Barrow-Civic Youth Theatre
production of Peter Pan featured
flying, adventure, comedy,
singing & dancing. With Janelle
Chambers as Peter Pan (at left),
Sarah Creighton as Tiger Lily
(right), Jeff Brown as Captain
Hook (below, dancing) and Bret
Sloan as Smee (below, at left).
A complete schedule of art
workshops available this Spring
in the Natiional Transit Building
on Seneca St. in Oil City.
On The Horizon
provides a schedule
of upcoming events
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