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Venango Area Chamber Of Commerce Schedules Annual Dinner For February 25; Citizen-of-the-Year To Be Honored

The Venango Area Chamber of Commerce reminds us that their annual dinner, honoring their 2014 Citizen-of-the-Year among others, will be held on February 25 at Cross Creek Resort. The Chamber recently announced that Brenda Carll has been selected Citizen-of-the-Year.  Carll is the public health nurse at the Pennsylvania State Health Center in Cranberry Township. Reservations…

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Attorney General’s Office Warns Consumers To Beware Of Winter Home Repair Scams

Now that typical January weather has taken its grip on us, broken water pipes and malfunctioning furnaces are among the problems requiring immediate attention. The state Attorney General’s office warns us not to fall victims to home repair scammers. Spokesman J.J. Abbott tells Radio PA News it could be easy to be ripped off by…

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I-80 Closes Briefly West Of Barkeyville; Speed Limit In Five Counties Reduced To 45 MPH

PennDOT says Interstate 80 westbound from Barkeyville to the Sandy Lake exit has reopened after a closure early Friday morning due to what officials termed multiple accidents. Meanwhile, the speed limit on I-80 from Jefferson County to the Ohio border has been temporarily reduced to 45 miles per hour because of the ongoing weather conditions…

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James Nelles Named Interim City Manager In Oil City

Oil City Council on Thursday unanimously voted to appoint former Warren city manager James Nelles as Oil City’s interim city manager. A native of Oil City, 12-year Marine and Vietnam veteran, Nelles has also served as mayor of Punxsutawney.  He currently lives in the DuBois area. On Monday, Nelles will replace city manager Eric Strahl,…

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Hearing On Proposed Closing Of Utica Elementary School Set For Tuesday

The public hearing concerning the proposed closing of Utica Elementary School will be hosted by the Franklin Area School Board on Tuesday night, January 13. The meeting will be held at 7:00 PM in the Franklin High School Auditorium. By law, the school board cannot act on any possible school closings until at least ninety…

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U.S. House Votes To Repeal 30-Hour Work Week Requirement Of Affordable Care Act

The U.S. House of Representatives voted Thursday to pass a bill called the Save American Workers Act which would repeal a thirty-hour work week requirement that is a part of the Affordable Care Act. Supporters say the measure modifies the definition of a full-time employee, repealing the thirty-hour per week threshold and replacing it with…

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Identity Released Of Emlenton Man Killed In Wednesday Afternoon Crash On Route 208

The identity of a driver who was killed Wednesday afternoon in a one-vehicle crash in northern Clarion County has been released by the State Police officials who investigated the incident. 73 year-old Robert Blymiller, from Emlenton, was pronounced dead at the scene.  There are indications that Blymiller may have suffered a heart attack before or during…

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Unveiling Of Annual Butter Sculpture Heralds Saturday’s Start Of The Pennsylvania Farm Show

The 99th Pennsylvania Farm Show does not officially begin until Saturday (Jan. 10), but the annual event which brings attention to the huge agricultural event occurred Thursday. The unveiling of the annual butter sculpture serves as the prelude to the Farm Show, set to begin at the Farm Show Complex near Harrisburg. This year’s sculpture,…

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Two Dead In 18-Vehicle Chain Reaction Collision In Clarion County

Officials in Clarion County say two people are dead and several others were injured following an eighteen-vehicle chain-reaction crash on the westbound lanes of Interstate 80. An early report had indicated there were three fatalities.  As it turned out, the third traffic death occurred around the same time in a separate incident on Route 208 in Salem Township. The I-80…

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Bruins Post OT Decision In Pittsburgh With Controversial Game-Winning Goal

A deflected shot by Boston’s Patrice Bergeron that was ruled the game-winning goal was upheld by a controversial video replay decision, and the Bruins won a 3-2 contest over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. Replays showed that the puck was deflected into the net off either the glove of…

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