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Lang Wins U.S. Women’s Open

Brittany Lang won a three-hole playoff with Anna Nordqvist on Sunday to capture this year’s U.S. Women’s Open played at Cordevalle Golf Club in San Martin, California. Both women tied through 72 holes at 6-under-par 282.  Lang then parred all three extra holes while Nordqvist was assessed a two-stroke penalty for grounding her club in…

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Nine Year-Old Girl Treated For Injuries After Tractor-Trailer Sideswipes Car On I-80

A nine year-old girl was treated at a local hospital after a tractor-trailer sideswiped a car on Interstate 80 near Emlenton late Friday afternoon. State Police officials say the incident occurred on the eastbound lanes of the highway in Richland Township, Clarion County.  Troopers say the tractor-trailer forced the car into the wall of the Emlenton Bridge. …

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Keselowski Wins At Kentucky

Brad Keselowski, running “on fumes,” finished ahead of Carl Edwards by .175 seconds on Saturday night and won NASCAR’s Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky. Keselowski became the first three-time winner at Kentucky, and took the checkered flag for the second straight week and the Sprint Cup series-high fourth time this year.…

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$540 Million MegaMillions Lottery Winner Sold In Indiana State; Powerball Prize Climbs To $311 Million

A lone jackpot-winning ticket in the MegaMillions Lottery was sold in the state of Indiana. The ticket is the only one that holds all of the winning numbers from Friday’s MegaMillions drawing.  The jackpot total was estimated earlier Friday at $540 million.  The MegaMillions jackpot for Tuesday’s game will be reset at $15 million. Two…

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Governor Wolf To Allow Budget To Become Law Even Without Approved Revenue Package

Governor Tom Wolf says he will allow the state budget to become law without his signature. Wolf says, if a revenue package is not approved by the state legislature by the midnight Monday deadline, he would allow the spending plan to become official without signing it.  The $31.6 billion budget was approved in both the…

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Clarion Fast Food Restaurant Robbed

More information was expected Tuesday morning concerning a robbery at a fast food restaurant in Clarion early Monday morning. The incident occurred at a hamburger restaurant along Perkins Road in Monroe Township, but no additional information was forthcoming on Monday. State Police officials from the PSP Clarion station are investigating.

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Pirates Beat Arrieta And The Cubs; Josh Bell Singles And Scores In MLB Debut

Andrew McCutchen slammed three hits and drove in a run, and teammates David Freese and Sean Rodriguez both homered Friday night, and the Pittsburgh Pirates (45-42) defeated the first-place Chicago Cubs 8-4 in the first game of a three-game series at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. The Pirates jostled Cubs ace Jake Arrieta (12-4) for six…

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Pennsylvania Doe License Applications May Be Received Beginning Monday

The Venango County Treasurer’s office reminds us that Monday (July 11) will be the first day on which county treasurers may begin accepting antlerless deer hunting license applications. Monday, July 18 would be the first date for the receipt of nonresident antlerless applications. All doe license applications must be mailed, and they must be in “the…

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Mercer Woman Charged With Homicide By Vehicle In Death Of Boyfriend

A Mercer woman has been charged with homicide by vehicle in a December crash in which her boyfriend was killed. 20 year-old Fallen Dovidio was also charged with driving under the influence of drugs, possession of a controlled substance and of drug paraphernalia, driving at an unsafe speed and driving without insurance. Police say Dovidio…

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Court Rules Conneaut Lake Park Settlement To Remain In Escrow

A federal judge has ruled that an insurance settlement of more than $600,000 awarded to the operators of the former Beach Club at Conneaut Lake Park will remain in escrow pending a U.S. Bankruptcy Court decision as to where the money belongs. In May, the same judge, Barbara Rothstein, reversed a December ruling by a bankruptcy…

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