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Jackson Center Man Dies In 5-Vehicle Crash; Clintonville Ambulance Personnel Among The Injured

A Jackson Center man died, and two Clintonville ambulance employees were among the three people injured in a five-vehicle crash just west of Mercer on Thursday morning. Accident investigators say 50 year-old Charles Weekes was pronounced dead after having been airlifted to a Youngstown hospital. Police say the chain-reaction incident on Route 62 about a…

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Venus Man Dies From Injuries After Vehicle Slams Into House

A coroner has identified the victim of a Wednesday night crash in which a vehicle slammed into a house in northern Clarion County, but accident investigators have still not released detains surrounding the incident. The victim was identified by the Allegheny County Coroner’s office as 24 year-old Colby O’Day, from Venus, after O’Day died at…

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Venango County Sex Offender Registration Conviction Overturned By State Superior Court

Pennsylvania’s Superior Court has overturned the Venango County conviction of a man who was sentenced to up to ten years in state prison for failing to register as a sex offender. The higher court said 44 year-old Walter Andrews still had until midnight on a particular day in November, 2015 – the third business day…

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Sixteen Charged In Clarion County Drug Sales Investigation

Ten people were arrested Wednesday, and warrants were issued for six others as the result of a months-long investigation into what officials termed “street-level” drug trafficking in Clarion County. A press release from the Clarion County District Attorney’s office identified the drugs having been distributed as LSD, morphine, methamphetamine, Oxycodone, Suboxone, Subutex, Acetaminaphen and marijuana.…

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Snow Is On The Way; PennDOT Urges Driving Safety

With snows possible this week, PennDOT officials have released their first cautions regarding winter driving. Officials say sudden and heavy snow squalls are among the biggest challenges motorists face, and they include plow truck operators in that statement.  In addition to slick conditions, squalls can cause visibility problems and even whiteouts. While assuring drivers that…

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Pens Return Home To Beat Arizona 3-1

Justin Schultz and Evgeni Malkin both scored in the first four minutes of the game on Tuesday night, and the Pittsburgh Penguins advanced to a 3-1 home victory over the Arizona Coyotes. Having just returned from a 1-3-1 road trip, the Penguins improved to 5-0-1 at home and took over sole possession of first place…

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Fewer Than 25 Percent Of Venango County’s Registered Voters Went To The Polls On Tuesday

In an off-year election consisting of multiple municipal races and balloting for judges for state courts, only 28.4 percent of Venango County’s registered voters went to the polls on Tuesday. Statewide, the voter ratio was mostly the same. Locally, the constitutional amendment referendum question regarding the expansion of the homestead exemption to allow for one…

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Few Challenges In This Year’s Local Election Races

There were few challenges in this year’s local elections. Most county row officers ran unopposed.  Even when there was competition, it was usually a case in which there were enough seats for all of the candidates to fill. Venango County judges Oliver Lobaugh and Robert Boyer won retention to the bench.  Venango County District Attorney…

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Two-Time Cy Young Winner Roy Halladay Dies In Plane Crash At Age 40

Roy Halladay, who won two Cy Young Awards and threw a postseason no-hitter, has died in a plane crash.  Halladay was 40. Halladay was piloting his own plane which crashed into the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday.  His body was found in shallow waters near the coast of Florida. Halladay played for the Toronto Blue…

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Oil City Woman Jailed After Allegedly Burning Child With Cigarettes

An Oil City woman was jailed on Monday after charges were filed accusing her of burning a young girl with cigarettes on at least two occasions. Oil City Police say 20 year-old Paulina Sines claimed the actions were forms of punishment.  Police list the alleged victim only as a female under six years of age,…

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