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Controversial Oil City Park Bench To Be Moved

The bench in Oil City’s Justus Park which has become the subject of controversy started by objections by an atheists’ group will be moved to property owned by the Veterans of Foreign War in the area of Relief and Main Streets in Oil City. The presence of the bench on city property had been contested…

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Hunting Legislation Sponsor Comments On Bill To Allow Additional Weapons For Hunting Deer In Pennsylvania

Hunters in Pennsylvania are approaching the midpoint of this year’s two-week rifle deer season.  Next year, they may be able to upgrade their arsenals. Governor Tom Wolf recently signed into law a bill that will expand the types of firearms hunters may use – to include semi-automatic rifles.  The Pennsylvania Game Commission must first review…

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Crosby Goal Spurs Surge; Pens Beat Dallas 6-2

Sidney Crosby scored a tiebreaking goal with 21 seconds remaining in the second period on Thursday night, sparking a three-goal barrage in the final frame by the Pittsburgh Penguins which led to a 6-2 home victory over the Dallas Stars. Conor Sheary, Eric Fehr and Nick Bonino all found the net in  the third period for…

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NFL Results – 2016 Week Thirteen

NFL Results  –  Week 13   Thursday, December 1 Dallas 17, Minnesota 15

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Changes In Baseball’s Bargaining Agreement Includes Change In World Series Home Field Advantage

Sources close to ESPN say one clause in the soon-to-be finalized Major League Baseball collective bargaining agreement will do away with the stipulation that the home-field advantage in the World Series would go to the representative of the league which had emerged as the winner of that summer’s All-Star Game. The sources say home field…

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Penguins Rebound From Three-Goal Deficit, But Lose 5-3 In Brooklyn

The Pittsburgh Penguins scored three times in a twelve-and-a-half minute stretch of the third period to rebound from a 3-0 deficit only to eventually lose 5-3 to the New York Islanders in an NHL game played Wednesday night in Brooklyn. Conor Sheary, Justin Schultz and Evgeni Malkin scored for the Pens (13-7-3).  Goaltender Matt Murray…

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Judge Rejects Pennsylvania Recount Request

A judge in Montgomery County has rejected a request by the Green Party for recounts in parts of Pennsylvania of the votes from this year’s Presidential election. Judge Bernard Moore did not give an immediate reason for his decision during the hearing Wednesday. The ruling covers a request for recounts in 72 Pennsylvania voting precincts, part…

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Graffiti Investigation Underway In Oil City; Police Call Spray-Painted Message Hateful

An investigation is underway in Oil City into an incident of graffiti vandalism at an Orchard Street home. Police officials have termed the specific message which was spray-painted on the house “hateful.”  Some of the painted words involved expletives and references to religion. Neighbors were very concerned that the message showed up in a neighborhood where…

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Fewer Crashes And Fewer Fatalities On Pennsylvania Highways This Thanksgiving

The Pennsylvania State Police say the number of traffic accidents they investigated and the number of fatalities recorded in those crashes were both down over this year’s five-day Thanksgiving holiday weekend travel period. Between Wednesday afternoon and midnight on Sunday night, troopers investigated 931 crashes, down from last year’s total of 1,113. The total number…

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Preliminary Report: Pennsylvania’s Bear Harvest Down Four Percent

The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s preliminary report shows the state’s four-day bear season resulted in about 114 fewer bears being taken this year than last year, a decrease of about four-and-a-quarter percent. This year’s total was 2,579.  A final number will be released after archery bear season and any extended seasons are completed. The heaviest bear…

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