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$310.5 Million Powerball Lottery Ticket Sold In Michigan; Pennsylvania Player Wins $30,000

Game officials say a jackpot-winning ticket in the Powerball Lottery which could be worth $310.5 million was sold in southwestern Michigan. The ticket, purchased in Three Rivers, Michigan, is the only one containing all five of the original numbers drawn in Wednesday’s game, as well as the crucial Powerball number. The annuity value of the revised…

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Franklin High School Hall-Of-Fame Class Of 2015 To Be Inducted Thursday

The eight newest members of the Franklin High School Hall-of-Fame will be inducted in ceremonies on Thursday evening, October 1, the eve of Franklin’s Applefest event, at the Quality Inn and Conference Center in Franklin. The new inductees include Seth Bodnar, Jim McCullough, Barrett Melvin, Corey Ace and the members of a state championship relay…

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Kiddies Parade, Music, CUP Pep Rally Highlight Thursday At Autumn Leaf Festival

Another Cultural Night and the Clarion University Homecoming Pep Rally will highlight Thursday’s activities at Clarion County’s annual Autumn Leaf Festival. In the meantime, the Clarion merchants’ “Deal Days” will continue through the day, and the ALF Kiddies Parade, which was called off because of rain on Tuesday, will step off at 6:00 PM.  The…

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Governor Wolf Vetoes Stopgap Budget Measures

As was expected, Governor Tom Wolf on Tuesday vetoed the stopgap budget measures approved within the last week-and-a-half both by the state Senate and the House. The $11.2 billion measure would have provided short-term funding for schools and social service agencies. In his veto message to lawmakers, Wolf said Pennsylvanians want more than half-measures, and…

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Work On Oil City Ice Boom Should Secure It Through This Winter

Work crews spent Tuesday making repairs to the ice boom on the Allegheny River in Oil City and, despite the temporary status of the fix, declared it fit for the upcoming winter. The device, located just above the confluence of the Allegheny and Oil Creek, collects ice to allow an unimpeded flow of water underneath, thus…

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Ohio Man Seriously Hurt In Tractor-Trailer Crash On Old Route 8 In Victory Township

An Ohio man suffered serious injuries late Tuesday afternoon when his tractor-trailer left Old Route 8 in Victory Township south of Franklin. State Police accident investigators say 48 year-old Nick Visnosky, from Ashtabula, was driving a rig that traveled off the left side of the highway, continued through a field, hit a ditch and came…

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No Injuries In Tractor-Trailer Crash In I-80 Construction Zone In Clarion County

An unidentified truck driver escaped injury Tuesday morning when his tractor-trailer crashed through a construction sign and slammed into an embankment at an Interstate 80 work zone in Beaver Township in Clarion County. State Police officials say the driver applied his brakes in an area where the left lane had been closed for construction work. …

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Pirates And Cards Plan Wednesday Day-Night Doubleheader Following Tuesday Rain-Out

The Pittsburgh Pirates and the St. Louis Cardinals will complete their mutual regular-season series with a day-night double-header on Wednesday following a rain-out on Tuesday. Wednesday’s games for the twinbill pitting against each other the two teams with the Major Leagues’ best records are scheduled for 1:35 PM and 7:05 PM. The Cardinals (99-58) lead…

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Oil City Man Wanted In Sharon Captured Following Chase In Sugarcreek Borough

An Oil City man, who police say escaped two weeks ago from a corrections center in Sharon, was arrested in Sugarcreek Borough on Monday after a police chase that included a high-speed jaunt through a department store parking lot. State Police officials tell KQW that 24 year-old Eric Lawson now faces multiple charges, including fleeing…

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Penguins Beat Tampa Bay 4-2 in Johnstown; Preseason Record Now 3-3

The Pittsburgh Penguins posted a 4-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday night in an NHL preseason game played in Johnstown, raising their record through the first six of their eight exhibition games to 3-3. Evgeni Malkin, Ian Cole, Sergei Plotnikov and Adam Clendening all scored for Pittsburgh.  Brian Boyle and Jonathan Drouin…

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