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Clarion Drops 45-17 Decision In PSAC Finale In Kutztown

Connor Simmons set a new Clarion University single-season touchdown record on Saturday afternoon, but the Golden Eagles ended the 2015 season with their fourth consecutive loss, a 45-17 defeat at Andre Reed Stadium at Kutztown, finishing at 7-4 after a 7-0 start. Simmons completed 19-of-33 passes for 325 yards, including touchdown passes to Kevin Genevro…

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Pitt, Gonzaga Open College Hoops Season In Japan, But Game Is Ended At Halftime Due To Court Conditions

Pitt led Gonzaga 37-35 at halftime Friday night in the college basketball opener for both schools being played in Japan.  That was as far as the game progressed.  The contest was ended because of “sloppy” court conditions. The contest, played at Foster Field House on a U.S. Marine Court base in Okinawa, was being held during…

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Police: Wanted Man Found Hiding In Wall In Mother’s Basement In Oil City; Mother Charged With Obstructing The Law

The Venango County Sheriff’s Department reported Friday that a man wanted for failing to appear at a sentencing hearing and in cases investigated by two different police agencies was found hiding in a “false wall” in his mother’s basement in Oil City. Officials say the man’s mother also faces charges. Sheriff’s officials, and members of…

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Winds Reach Close To 50 MPH; Tree Damage, Power Outages Reported

Wind gusts which reached nearly fifty miles per hour created power problems and downed trees on Thursday during a weather transition that may eventually lead to some minor snowfalls early this weekend. A few hundred electric customers were left without service. Meanwhile, trees fell, affecting traffic, on roadways including Route 322 east of Franklin, Route 62…

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Vandals Strike Community Garden On Oil City’s North Side

Police in Oil City are looking for the vandals who damaged a community garden on Oil City’s North Side on Wednesday night. A decorative lighting unit and shrubbery were destroyed on a property at the intersection of Harriett and Hone Avenues.  The garden had just been renovated in September. Officials say they are pursuing leads…

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Knox Boy Recovering From Arm Reattachment Following Log-Cutting Accident

A twelve year-old boy from the Knox area continues to recover following a lengthy surgical operation to reattach his arm following an accident involving a log-cutting machine. Seth Apel was apparently exiting a tractor while unloading a pile of wood when the machine grabbed onto his jacket, pulling him in.  Surgeons in Pittsburgh were able…

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Missing Hunter Located In Allegheny National Forest

A Westmoreland County hunter who was reported missing on Wednesday was located Thursday in the Allegheny National Forest, attempting to find his way back to his family’s camp. There was no immediate word on the medical condition of 71 year-old John Bihon, from North Huntingdon. Responders from seventeen agencies took part in a search, beginning early…

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PennDOT’s Road Maintenance Schedule For The Week Of November 16

PennDOT says their road maintenance schedule for Venango County for the week of November16 includes the repair of washouts on at least eight roads and pavement patching on three state highways. The washout repairs are to take place on various locations on Routes 322, 417 and Old Route 8, on East State Road and Mapleshade Road in Cranberry Township,…

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Senator Casey Calls For Vote On Bill To Reduce Processing Time For VA Disability Claims

On this Veterans Day Week, U.S. Senator Bob Casey, from Pennsylvania, says he is reintroducing legislation in Washington which he says would assist veterans in dealing with the disability claims process. Casey says his bill seeks to decrease the waiting time for the processing of the claims. Radio PA News reports that the national average…

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Donations Sought For Pennsylvania Veterans Memorial

On the heels of Veterans Day comes an appeal from the state Department of Military and Veterans Affairs for donations for the official monument which honors Pennsylvanians who have fought and died for their country. The Pennsylvania Veterans Memorial is located at Fort Indiantown Gap in Lebanon County, and was officially dedicated on October 7,…

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