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Ken “The Snake” Stabler Dies At Age 69

Legendary Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken “The Snake” Stabler has died as a result of complications from colon cancer.  Stabler was 69. The National Football League’s Most Valuable Player in 1974, the famed Raiders quarterback led his team to a Super Bowl win over Minnesota in 1977. A starter for Oakland for more than seven seasons,…

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Tornado Watch Issued Thursday For Clarion, Forest, Armstrong, Jefferson And Indiana Counties

The National Weather Service on Thursday (July 9) issued a Tornado Watch, effective until 9:00 PM Thursday evening for Clarion, Forest, Armstrong, Jefferson and Indiana Counties in western Pennsylvania. A Tornado Watch means that weather conditions are favorable for the formation of tornado activity in and near the watch area. The Watch was issued in…

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Weather Service: Flooding Is Possible Thursday

The National Weather Service has issued a statement indicating that localized flooding is possible on Thursday afternoon and Thursday night (July 9). Thunderstorms expected through at least early Thursday evening have created this hazardous weather outlook for northwest, southwest and west central Pennsylvania, east central Ohio and the northern panhandle of West Virginia. Conditions are expected…

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Attorney General Says Governor’s Death Penalty Moratorium Is “Blatantly Unconstitutional”

Saying Governor Tom Wolf’s moratorium on the death penalty in this state is “blatantly unconstitutional,” Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane this week filed with the state Supreme Court to continue the path toward the execution of a man who is on death row for a murder in York County some twenty-two years ago. Wolf issued the moratorium as…

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Meadville Pike Paving Project To Begin On Monday

A paving project on the entire stretch of Meadville Pike in Sugarcreek Borough outside of Franklin is tentatively scheduled to begin on Monday, July 13. The four-mile project could continue until early September.  No detours are expected, but drivers may encounter one-lane travel controlled by work crew flag personnel from time to time. PennDOT says the…

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Pirates Earn 50th Win, Sweeping Padres For First Time At PNC Park

Three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning on Wednesday night propelled the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-2 victory, their 50th win of the season and their first-ever series sweep against the San Diego Padres at PNC Park. Gregory Polanco, Andrew McCutchen and Jung-Ho Kang all produced RBI singles in the inning.  Polanco, whose hit broke…

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Harrison Has Surgery On Thumb; May Miss Seven Weeks Of Baseball Action

Pittsburgh Pirates utilityman Josh Harrison underwent surgery on his left thumb on Wednesday, and will miss at least seven weeks of the Major League Baseball season. The operation was performed to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament.  Harrison apparently suffered the tear on a headfirst dive into second base on a successful stolen base attempt…

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Clarion Repeats As D-25 Little League Champion With 21-0 Rout Of Butler Township

The Clarion Little League (11/12) baseball All-stars repeated as District 25 champion on Wednesday night with a 21-0 rout of Butler Township in the district tournament championship game. Clarion, which went on to win the Section 1 tournament and compete in the state competition last year, will again compete in this year’s Section 1 tourney to be…

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Golden Living Centers’ Response: Attorney General Is Retaliating For Challenge To Lawsuit

The head of the Golden Living Centers nursing home facilities, in response to a legal action filed last week against their parent corporation by Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s office, has responded by accusing the Attorney General of retaliating for the company’s challenge to her authority in a pending lawsuit. Golden Living president and CEO…

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Rains Have Not Necessarily Helped Much With Pennsylvania Drought Conditions

State officials were insisting on Tuesday that the extensive rains which have hampered outdoor activities and slowed the growth of crops early this summer have not necessarily done much to alleviate drought conditions in Pennsylvania. Last month, the Department of Environmental Protection expanded their list of Pennsylvania counties under a Drought Watch from 27 to…

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