Wednesday, January 29, 2020
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Beaver County Courthouse Features A Menorah For The First Time

The Beaver County Courthouse is featuring a Menorah on its front lawn for the first time this year. The Menorah joins a Christmas tree which was installed by county government in front of the courthouse steps.

While the Christmas tree was erected at taxpayers’ expense, the Menorah comes courtesy of a private donation by William Braslawsce.

Braslawsce is an attorney who serves as an assistant public defender for the county.

The Menorah became a subject of controversy this week after an unnamed citizen saw its placement in front of the courthouse and approached officials asking if they could build a Nativity scene to accompany the Christmas tree.

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John Paul
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John Paul is the founder of the Beaver Countian. He reports full-time for the site, specializing in investigative journalism with an emphasis on public corruption.

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weredareres
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weredareres

Great! I love the idea of celebrating Hanukkah this time of the year. I would welcome a Creche also. I am tired of the minority pushing their non religious platforms.

jaacee
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jaacee

Once again “The Done” acts alone! He thinks he’s the king of BC. That’s why we should not have reelected him. Now we’re stuck for another four years 😱! Hopefully Mac can keep him in line, and Amadeo could help if he ever grows a set.

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