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Local People

Ron Necciai of Monongahela, pictured at far left, was the guest speaker at a recent ‘Good Guys Luncheon’ held at Atria's Restaurant & Tavern in McMurray, Pa.

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When most new doctors come to the Mon Valley, they need some time to become acclimated to where the essentials such as gas stations, grocery stores and restaurants are located. That is not the case for Diana Hricova, D.O., who is joining Dr. Henry Holets’ family practice in August. Dr. Hricova knows where to find the Sheetz and McDonalds in Monongahela because she actually worked at those Main Street locations when she was a teenager. In addition, when she rounds at Monongahela Valley Hospital, it will be very familiar because as a student at Ringgold High School, she participated in the Auxiliary of Mon-Vale Health Resources, Inc.’s Volunteen program.

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By Michael Foley
B company 3/187 3rd platoon infantry (VN)

Remember the 1960’s when the military draft was in full force? Some of our local sons had to go off to Vietnam or other parts of the World in service to our country. Most were never recognized for their service.

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By Charlotte Hopkins

Local Author, Yasmin Brown, has been making great strides in the book community. Brown is originally from McKeesport and now resides in Elizabeth. Her desire to help women break down barriers, caused by domestic violence, is what inspired her to write her first book. As a survivor of abuse, Brown could relate to what other women were enduring, having walked in their steps. Her first book, “The Silent Destruction,” was published in 2018 by Higher Ground Books & Media. Two years later she added five more books to her published work: Red Flags; Deliverance; I Just Want to be Normal; Diamonds in the Rough; The Ice Tea of Friendship (Children’s Book).

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By Charlotte Hopkins

Kaitlyn Salmon, a 2016 graduate from Thomas Jefferson High School, has penned her first book, a Bible Study Guide titled, “The Ministry Of Touch: A Psychological Analysis Of Touch In Jesus' Ministry.

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