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Emlenton Man Dies From Weekend Crash In Butler County

An Emlenton man has died from injuries he sustained over the weekend in a two-vehicle crash in Butler County. 54 year-old Bruce Rankin was a passenger in a vehicle that was struck by another at the junction of Routes 422 and 488 in Franklin Township at about 7:00 PM Saturday.  Rankin died Wednesday in a Pittsburgh…

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Panarin’s Overtime Goal Lifts Chicago Over Pittsburgh

A goal by Artemi Panarin with 1:13 remaining in overtime pushed the Chicago Blackhawks to a 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first half of a two-night home-and-home series, played Tuesday night at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. The Penguins (19-15-5) had rebounded from a 2-0 deficit and forced overtime on third-period goals…

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Penn State Earns 86-77 Big Ten Conference Win Over Minnesota

Behind 24 points from Payton Banks and 20 from Shep Garner, the Penn State Nittany Lions (10-6; 1-2 Big Ten) earned their first Big Ten Conference victory of the season on Tuesday night, beating Minnesota 86-77 at the Bryce Jordan Center. Brandon Taylor added 18 points for Penn State, who shot 50.9% from the floor.…

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Oil City’s Ben Koyack Retained By NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars

Oil City’s Ben Koyack was one of nine players retained Monday by the National Football League’s Jacksonville Jagaurs, who signed the players to reserve/future contracts for the 2016 season. Koyack, a tight end who was a seventh-round 2015 draft pick out of Notre Dame, spent his entire rookie season on the Jaguars’ practice squad. Players…

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Greenville Teen Wanted In $13,000 Oil City Theft

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a teenage girl from the Greenville area in the October theft of more than $13,000 worth of electronics equipment from a residence in Oil City. Oil City Police say 17 year-old Hollyanna Tamsula is wanted on charges of theft and receiving stolen property. Police say Tamsula had…

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Jail, House Arrest And Probation Ordered For Former Grocery Store Manager In Lottery Ticket Thefts

The former manager of a grocery store in Cochranton was sentenced Tuesday to four months in the Crawford County Jail to be followed by five months of house arrest and two years of probation for her guilty pleas to charges involving the thefts of instant lottery tickets from her former employer. 39 year-old Rebecca Ferguson…

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Governor Signs Low-Income Workforce Initiative

Governor Tom Wolf has signed into law legislation that encourages low-income families to earn their way out of poverty through educational supports and, according to bill co-sponsor House Majority Leader Dave Reed, breaks down the co-called “benefits cliff” for child care assistance programs. Reed, a Republican from Indiana County, says the House bills were passed following…

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Needed Funding Is Headed To Pennsylvania Schools And Social Service Agencies

Less than a week after the Governor authorized the release of some state funds, that money is now headed to Pennsylvania’s schools and many social service agencies. State Treasurer Tim Reese says his agency has sent out more than 16,000 payments to school districts and individual counties.  That means that over $3.3 billion in delayed…

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Sandycreek Elementary School Reopens Following Gas Line Rupture And Car Fire

Sandycreek Elementary School in the Franklin Area School District was to reopen on Tuesday morning after a car crash on Sunday night which resulted in a ruptured natural gas line and a car fire. Classes were cancelled on Monday because the building had no heat.  The gas line and heat problems were remedied by late…

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New Government Year Begins With Swearing-In Ceremonies

On Monday, the first business day of 2016, local and county leaders were sworn into office to begin the government’s new calendar year. Among those taking their oaths of office were the members of the three-man board of Venango County commissioners, including incumbents Tim Brooks and Vince Witherup and new commissioner Chip Abramovic.  The board…

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