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Teens Use B-B Gun And Dead Squirrel To Vandalize Reno Church

Two teenagers have been charged following a vandalism incident at a church in Reno. Sugarcreek Borough Police say two boys, ages 15 and 14, shot out some church security lightning with a B-B gun, and threw a dead squirrel through a church window. The teens have been charged with criminal mischief.

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Sheep Stolen From Northern Venango County Property

Police investigators are probing the disappearance of eight sheep from a property in northern Venango County. Investigators say the animals were removed from a location on Ridgeview Road in Plum Township sometime between Sunday afternoon and Thursday morning of this week. The sheep are owned by a Bradford man. The State Police at the Franklin…

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Cueto’s 2-Hitter Paces Kansas City To 7-1 Win In World Series Game #2

Johnny Cueto fired a complete-game two-hitter on Wednesday night to pace the Kansas City Royals to a 7-1 home win over the New York Mets and to a 2-games-to-0 lead in the 2015 World Series. Following a travel day on Thursday, the series will resume Friday night in New York with the Royals’ Yordano Ventura facing the…

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Fleury Holds Serve Again In Pens’ 3-1 Win At Washington

Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 33-of-34 shots against him on Wednesday night as the Pittsburgh Penguins moved back above the .500 mark with a 3-1 win at Washington. Fleury (5-4) has been in goal for all of the Penguins’ regular season action thus far, and it was unclear early as to whether he would finally get a…

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Erie Diocese: Venango Catholic High School Could Close

The Catholic Diocese of Erie has announced a reorganization of parish schools which lists as a possibility the closing of Venango Catholic High School in Oil City. A “rebirth of Catholic education” plan, expected to be in place early next year, could result in changes in the diocese’s thirteen-county school region as early as 2018.…

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State Senate Fails By Three Votes To Override Governor’s Veto Of Stopgap Budget Plan

The state Senate failed by three votes Wednesday to override Governor Tom Wolf’s veto of a stopgap budget plan. The vote was 30-to-19 in favor of the override, but it fell short of the two-thirds majority needed to prevail. The Republican-backed measure would have provided short-term funding for school districts and social service agencies. Democrats…

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No Injuries In Oil City House Fire

No injuries were reported in a fire that damaged a home in Oil City on Tuesday night. The fire swept through the rear of the second floor of a home on Washington Avenue.  Oil City and Seneca firefighters responded to the scene at about 9:30 PM Tuesday, and remained for over three-and-a-half hours. An investigation…

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Golden Eagles Ranked 6th In First Regional Poll

The Clarion University Golden Eagles are ranked 6th in the initial NCAA Division II Super Region I poll. The top seven teams as of November 15 will advance to the Division II regional playoffs, in a field in which seven Super Region I teams will be competing.  Clarion was last ranked when they were listed 8th…

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Royals Win World Series Opener 5-4 In 14 Innings

Eric Hosmer, who committed a costly eighth-inning error which allowed the opposing team to take the lead, delivered a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 14th inning which gave the Kansas City Royals a 5-4 victory over the New York Mets in the opening game of the 2015 World Series played Tuesday night at Kauffman…

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Not Guilty Is Plea In Titusville Embezzlement Case

A woman who is accused of embezzling about $47,000 from a Titusville-based credit union has entered a plea of not guilty in federal court in Erie. Lisa Hauptman was arraigned Tuesday on one count of embezzlement, and was freed on a $10,000 bond. The money was allegedly taken between November, 2011 and May of this…

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