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INDIANA, Pa. (AP) — If female students at Indiana University of Pennsylvania are going wild this weekend, they won’t be doing it at the Elks Club.

The bar manager of the club said there is no event scheduled at the club despite fliers advertising “Girls Gone Wild: IUP Edition.”

The fliers vary as to whether the event is for Friday or Saturday night, but bar manager Denise Dando said it’s fake.

The fliers said the event is being run by a disc jockey named DJ Danger, whose real name is Chris Waters. A Twitter account in his name said the event won’t be held, but claimed the club canceled it. He hasn’t returned a reporter’s calls.

GOLF CLUB OWNER AGREES TO PAY $100K OVER MANURE INCIDENT

ESCONDIDO, Calif. (AP) — The owner of a Southern California golf club, who raised a stink by spreading chicken manure on the course, has agreed to pay $100,000 to air pollution regulators.

The deal involves the defunct Escondido Country Club. San Diego County’s Air Pollution Control District claimed that last year, the owner had 5 tons of raw chicken manure spread on the closed course — creating a monthlong stink and sparking dozens of complaints from nearby homeowners.

Owner Michael Schlesinger said the stuff was just a soil enhancer for landscaping, but some homeowners thought it was laid down to annoy residents who fought his plans to build hundreds of homes on the property.

In agreeing to the payment, Schlesinger doesn’t acknowledge any wrongdoing.

GIRLS NAMED ‘DESTINY’ QUESTIONED IN VANDALISM CASE

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Sheriff’s deputies have interviewed more than a dozen girls named “Destiny” while trying to crack a vandalism case where someone spray-painted a prom invitation on a southwest Idaho cliffside.

Ada County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Patrick Orr said the case remains unsolved.

Authorities in May discovered the message “Destiny, Prom?” painted in large pink and blue letters on the side of the Black Cliffs, a popular rock climbing spot east of Boise.

The person could face a misdemeanor charge of injury by graffiti, which is punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine of $1,000.

The sheriff’s office said new leads might emerge now that school is back in session.

Officials have painted over the graffiti.

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