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Photos on November 7, 2013

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During beard season Lee Griffis says he has been mistaken for a Duck Dynasty cast member or even Zack Brown. He is a 2006 graduate of Poland High School and is a truck mechanic for Lyden Oil. He is pictured here with his dad, Larry. They are involved in a construction project at the lake.

Added: Thu, November 7, 2013

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Nancy Ray of Poland sent this picture of her grandson Adam Ray of Lowellville.

Added: Thu, November 7, 2013

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Guido Jannetti of Leetonia says he started growing his beard in the late 1970s when playing for the Youngstown Hardhats because he was small and it made him look more intimidating. It's been on and off since then. Entered by his wife, Tammi, who hates it.

Added: Thu, November 7, 2013

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8, 9 and 10. Sherry Bueno submitted three pictures of Gary Leasure Jr. of Niles to give you an idea of how his beard progressed. This is the finished product. If you ask Leasure why he continues to grow his beard, he will tell you "Because I can." If you ask his mother, Kim Leasure, she will smile and give you a one word answer: "Lazy." Regardless of why, Gary wears his beard well.

Added: Thu, November 7, 2013

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This is a picture of Jesse Strickland taken at the Boardman Relay for Life 2013. Jesse was an Infantryman with the 1-41 out of Fort Bliss, and is an Afghanistan combat veteran. He could come home for visits only a few times a year. His sister, Chary Hively, has gotten involved with the Relay for Life over the years. The running joke between them was that he would be her Miss Relay entry when he got out of the service. He came home late in 2012, and for this year's Relay for Life he kept that promise to his sister.

Added: Thu, November 7, 2013

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Christina Buccino from Hubbard sent this picture of her cousin, David Woloschak from North Jackson. He has been growing this beard since early this year. She says, Ò Every time we see him at a family function it is fuller and fuller. David loves the hit TV series "Duck Dynasty." This picture was taken Sept. 28 at his brother's wedding. He is shown with his nephew Dominick Woloschak of Niles. He says, "I did it to do it."

Added: Sat, September 28, 2013

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Dan Gonder of Boardman: "I have had a beard off and on since I was able to grow one, this one for 10 years and decided to keep it when it came in gray. I thought it looked like Richard Dreyfus in "Jaws" or the real Captain Phillips. I have had the moustache since my senior year at Kennedy Catholic High School. The beard really helped because just the moustache looked too '70s, too Tony Orlando, and too much like the 1971 Oakland A's."

Added: Thu, November 7, 2013

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Chuck Cavanaugh of New Middletown: "I grew a beard to be able to get more film parts in feature films in Los Angeles. I've had the beard for about two years."

Added: Wed, April 17, 2002

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Leslie Meehan: "My husband Carl Meehan loves his beard! He started growing it after Christmas last year. The picture is from our vacation to Florida in June, and, of course, he is carrying his "Fear the Beard" cup of sweet tea!

Added: Mon, June 10, 2013

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Christopher Plessinger of Salem: "No Shave November." During the month of November, the peak of hunting season, none of the men shave. Sent in by Veronica Plessinger.

Added: Thu, November 7, 2013

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Hairy George Nitzsky of Youngstown has had this beard long enough to be known as Hairy George all of his adult life. He says, “My beard and my hair keep me warm while I ride.” Submitted by Patricia Ott.

Added: Sun, February 24, 2013

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8, 9 and 10. Sherry Bueno submitted three pictures of Gary Leasure Jr. of Niles to give you an idea of how his beard progressed. If you ask Leasure why he continues to grow his beard, he will tell you "Because I can." If you ask his mother, Kim Leasure, she will smile and give you a one word answer, "Lazy." Regardless of why, Gary wears his beard well.

Added: Thu, November 7, 2013

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Renee Bero writes: "I took this photo of my grandson, Hunter Troggio (a sophmore at Springfield Local High School), his dad and my son-in-law, Jordan Troggio, and my husband, Chuck Bero. All three live in New Middletown and share a certain style of beards."

Added: Mon, October 22, 2012

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8, 9 and 10. Sherry Bueno submitted three pictures of Gary Leasure Jr. of Niles to give you an idea of how his beard progressed. If you ask Leasure why he continues to grow his beard, he will tell you "Because I can." If you ask his mother, Kim Leasure, she will smile and give you a one word answer, "Lazy." Regardless of why, Gary wears his beard well.

Added: Thu, November 7, 2013

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Sam Anas, the Phantoms all-time leading scorer, credits his decision to play for Youngstown as life-changing. And, his impact is still being felt although he is 500 miles away at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut.

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Crestview’s Trevor Cope (2) is wrapped up by South Range defender Bryce Allen during a regular-season game at South Range Stadium. Both teams have advanced to postseason play. The Raiders will host Cuyahoga Heights on Friday, while the Rebels are prepping for a rematch against Liberty on Saturday.

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Gardner

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Warped siding and charred wood show the effects of a Wednesday morning fire at this 532 Dorothy Ave. home that killed a 38-year-old woman and badly burned a man. Fire investigators still are trying to determine a cause, but they are leaning toward its being accidental.

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Ferrara

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Dale Murphy guides the positioning of trusses on Boardman Baptist Church, where he is working with Martin Eaton through Baptist Church Planters of Grafton, Ohio. The expansion of the church on Shields Road includes new sanctuary, offi ces and choir room. Construction began in June, and projected completion is September 2014.

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Willow de Szalay, 3, looks at how pasture raised turkeys live before they head to area dinner tables for Thanksgiving. She was with her father, Ferenc, who owns Meadowhawk Farm in Champion.

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Dettelbach

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Struthers quarterback Gary Muntean tries to get by Hubbard defenders Jake Frost (78) and Cole Benectic (6) during their regular-season game in Struthers. The Wildcats narrowly missed the postseason last year and were bound and determined not to let that happen again this season. And, their hard work paid off: Struthers will host Lakeview on Friday in Week 1 of the 2013 playoffs.

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Diamonique Washington, a Harding Elementary School student, shows off the new coat, gloves and scarf she got from the Rotary Club of Youngstown. The club raised nearly $18,000 to buy coats and scarves for all the students at the Youngstown school. Youngstown State University’s Rotaract Club raised money to buy the gloves.

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