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» Read more about the flood of 1913 flood -- Download an electronic reprint of a 40-page, picture-filled book chronicling the flood.

click to enlarge » Oakland Ave. viaduct implosion -- Coverage of the big boom, along with a history of the span and links to previous stories and photos [Click for larger animated photo]
outlook 2001 » Outlook 2001, the staff-written stories from our biggest print edition of the year.
Buhl Day
» Buhl Day 2000 // 1999 // 1998 // 1997 // 1996: Stories, events schedules and honorees' profiles for Buhl Day, the valley's annual picnic in the park -- a tribute the Buhls and the spirit of their gifts to the working man. »

» Our 15 seconds of fame: The biggest earthquake in Pa. history was centered in Mercer County in September 1998, causing more excitement than damage.

» Portrait of a Winner: James E. Winner Jr.'s business ventures range from The Club to hotels and a pending Vocal Group Hall of Fame. He says his mission is simple: Save downtown Sharon and make the valley a better place to live. Read our 4-part series.

tornado photo
A house rests on its neighbor along York Way in Sharon.

» The twister of '47: Billed as the worst disaster in Sharon's history, a tornado 50 years ago left death and destruction in its wake. Take a look back in stories and photos.

» Comet Hale-Bopp 1997 World (Earth) Tour: See what Comet Hale-Bopp looked like from Mercer County and learn more about the comet.

heart » Valentine's Day essay contest: Readers share their stories of how they knew they had met "the one" they wanted to spend their lives with.

love logo » Dedicated to the ones they love: 52 of our readers shared tales of romance, family and love. Read the top 5 winning entries.

cookbook cover » Recipes, recipes, recipes -- Browse all 226 reader-submitted recipes from our What's Cookin' in Your World contest cookbook.

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