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Franklin Bests Bradford 56-21 For First Region 5 Win, Third In A Row Overall

Kahlil West caught 13 passes for 175 yards and two touchdowns on Friday night, both topping Ben Koyack’s District 10 career receiving record by some 40 yards and leading the Franklin Knights to their third straight victory, a 56-21 romp at Bradford. West should also best the Jacksonville Jaguars’ tight end’s D-10 career receptions record, set with…

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New Motorcycle Plates Allow Motorcyclists To Support Veterans

Motorcycle operators in Pennsylvania may now show their support for military veterans with the newly-authorized “Honoring Our Veterans” registration plates for motorcycles. The plate features images of the United States Flag and a bald eagle, along with the words “Honoring Our Veterans.”  It is available at a cost of 35 dollars, and 15 dollars of…

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PennDot Projects This Week In Sugarcreek Borough And Clinton Township

PennDOT lists a pair of projects on the Venango County road maintenance schedule for the week of October 12. Scheduled are a pipe trench paving job on Two Mile Run Road in Sugarcreek Borough and bridge work on Kennerdell Road in Clinton Township. In Crawford County this week, projects should include patching on both Routes…

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High School Football Results – 2015 Week Six

High School Football Results  –  Week 6   Friday, October 9   District 10, Region 5 DuBois 44, Oil City 34 Franklin 56, Bradford 21 Conneaut 35, Meadville 13   Region 6 Cathedral Prep 48, Central Tech 6 McDowell 34, General McLane 6   Region 3 Corry 56, Titusville 13 Sharon 35, Grove City 6 Hickory 28, Greenville 9 Slippery Rock 42,…

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Pennsylvanians Polled On Affordable Care Act

Following two Supreme Court decisions and two open enrollment periods, a poll has been conducted to see how the voters in “swing states” feel about the Affordable Care Act. The survey, conducted by policy research firm PerryUndem, found that likely voters in Pennsylvania and four other states who have discovered the ACA failed to lower their…

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Parker Man Charged In Camp Burglary; Victim Says Suspect And His Vehicle Were Caught By His Game Camera

A Parker man was arraigned Thursday on charges connected with the burglary of a camp near Leeper.  The victim in the case says he has video evidence from the crime through images taken by a game camera he had installed on the property. 63 year-old Joseph Everetts faces two counts each of burglary, trespassing, theft by unlawful…

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Penguins Shut Out In NHL Season Debut In Dallas

Antti Niemi stopped 37 shots for his 33rd career shutout on Thursday night, and the Dallas Stars blanked the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-0 in the NHL season’s opening game for both teams. Ales Hemsky and last year’s league scoring leader, Jamie Benn, both scored on power plays for the Stars, and rookie Matthias Janmark found the…

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PIAA Expands Football, Other Sports To Six Classifications; Farrell Denied Transfer To WPIAL

The board of directors of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) has voted to approve an expansion to six classifications in the sports of high school football, basketball, baseball and softball. Currently, four classifications exist for football and basketball, and three for baseball and softball. The PIAA board’s meeting on Wednesday also resulted in the expansion of…

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Bucs Blanked In Wild Card Game For Second Straight Year

After a 98-win season, the Pittsburgh Pirates were eliminated from further playoff competition for the second year in a row in a shutout in the National League Wild Card Game. On Wednesday night at PNC Park, Jake Arietta pitched the first postseason complete game by a Cubs pitcher in seventy years, and Chicago blanked the…

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State House Votes Down Governor Tom Wolf’s Tax Increase Proposals

Following a lengthy debate on Wednesday, the state House of Representatives voted against the tax increase proposals set forth by Governor Tom Wolf. The plan would have imposed a severance tax on Marcellus shale natural gas drillers, would have increased the state’s personal income tax by about a half of one percentage point, and promised…

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