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Powder horn maker keeps frontier art alive
When a man’s hobby differs greatly from those of others, it’s probably a sign he should have been born in a different era. Bill Legdon, 56, of Richland Township, would feel right at home in the 1700s.
Pursuing a passion: City native brings production to off-Broadway theater
Marla McNally Phillips believes in following your life’s passion, and her passion has taken her straight to the stage.
Young musician starting career on a good note
Kevin Pribulsky of Richland Township is a young musician about to make his debut in Johnstown. Pribulsky, 20, will perform Friday at Venue of Merging Arts, 305 Chestnut St. in the Cambria City neighborhood.
Local woman’s Navy career going full speed ahead
A Johnstown woman’s biggest thrill may be taking the helm of a $3 billion warship, but her greatest love is serving with other sailors who share her passion for serving her country.
Greater Johnstown senior producing documentary about life-changing trip
For young Johnny Bayush, a trip to a West African nation to be immersed in dancing and drumming classes turned into a life-changing experience.
Bayush, 17 and a senior at Greater Johnstown High School, was so taken with the people and culture of Guinea that he is producing a documentary about the three-week January trip.
At 16, Richland sophomore has own photography, video business
Brittney Lybarger likes to view life through the lens of camera.
The 16-year-old sophomore at Richland High School credits a five-week family vacation in 2009 through the western U.S. for piquing her interest in photography.
Richland woman egg-cels at intricate Ukrainian art
While most people do their Easter egg decorating from a box or bottle, Paulett Simunich of Richland Township works with the intricate art of pysanky.
Giving life: Dialysis nurse develops close bond with patients
Linda Zima has more than one family.
Kindhearted couple: Thousands have benefited from their generosity
Rick and Sharon Dunnington of Richland Township may not have any children of their own, but thousands of area youngsters and their families have benefited from their generosity.
Rosy future: Owner smells success for downtown flower shop
Sara Stossel is convinced she’s found her life’s calling.
The 32-year-old Southmont resident has been the owner of Schrader Flower Shop, 510 Vine St. in downtown Johnstown, since December 2011, and it’s a venture that has allowed her to take her love of flowers and turn it into a business.
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