Vindicator file photo / June  12, 1975 | For at least 100 years, a big white barn stood at what is the southwest corner of Route 224 and Tippecanoe Road., but 47 years ago, 76 Amishmen took only a day to take the structure down to its frame and had begun moving it to their community south of New Wilmington, Pa. Each beam was coded with green paint so they could be reassembled.
 
 
June 14
 
1997: Two more cases of rabid raccoons are confirmed in the Mahoning Valley, the latest in Canfield and East Palestine, bringing the total to 48.  The rest of the state has had only four cases of rabies confirmed, all in bats. 
 
Teamsters Local 377 puts up picket lines at D. Berkowitz & Sons Co. in support of 17 drivers and warehouse workers furloughed when the seafood company suddenly shut down. 
 
"You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown," is the opening play of Summer Stock 1977 at Kent State University, Trumbull Campus, with Tara Karoni playing Lucy, Al McKinnon as Charlie Brown, and Brian Littleton as Snoopy. 
 
1982: Former Youngstowner Frank Sinkwich returns home for a celebration of the 40th anniversary of his winning the Heisman Trophy at the University of Georgia in 1942. A lamb roast was held at the Croatian Home on Vestal Road. 
 
Anne McKinney, 18, of Youngstown, a June graduate of Ursuline High, is shot to death while swimming in Erskine Quarry in Mahoning Township, Pa., just across the state line from Lowellville. An 18-year-old Struthers man was arrested after he turned himself in. 
 
Benjamin J. Bucheit, head of Joseph Bucheit  & Sons Inc. of Youngstown, says he is attempting to learn the possible impact of Saudi Arabian King Khaled's death on contracts Bucheit has for a $26 million shopping center in Riyadh.
 
1972: General Motors announces a $3 million expansion of the Lordstown truck plant that will result in hundreds of jobs.
 
Charles Hodges, 17. of Niles,  drowns while swimming in Lake Milton near the Fredericksburg Bridge. 
 
Clues are sought in the $20,000 robbery of the Union National Bank's Market Street office. 
 
1947: Ohio's pheasant and rabbit seasons are almost in half for 1947 by the Ohio Conservation Commission. 
 
A Capital Airlines plane piloted by former Youngstowner Horace Stark crashes near Leesburg, Va., killing all 50 aboard.
 
The Youngstown campaign for the United Negro College Fund reaches $5,615, with the largest contributor so far being Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. at $1,200.