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Friday Is Farmers And Crafters Day At Autumn Leaf Festival

Friday is “Farmers and Crafters Day” at the Autumn Leaf Festival in Clarion County. The day’s activities will mainly be centered on Main Street in Clarion, from 2nd Avenue to 8th Avenue.  In addition, the Immaculate Conception Ladies Guild will host an arts-and-crafts show from 7:00 AM until 4:00 PM at the Meisinger Center. In…

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Vote On Governor Wolf’s Tax Package Scheduled For Next Wednesday

Republican leaders in the state House of Representatives have scheduled a vote on Governor Tom Wolf’s entire tax package for next Wednesday. Leaders in both the House and Senate have cleared the way for the Governor to begin directly lobbying rank-and-file lawmakers.  Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman says, if the House approves Wolf’s plan, the Senate…

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Rainy Weekend Possible; Rainfall Amounts May Depend On Hurricane Joaquin

Chances of rain posted at between thirty and sixty percent are forecast for the Oil Region for this weekend.  Those figures could change and the total amounts of rainfall could be affected by the coastal movements of Hurricane Joaquin. The storm was officially upgraded to a hurricane on Wednesday while it was still in the…

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Police Seek Man Who Solicited Lawn Services, Then Punched Homeowner

State Police officials in Venango County are looking for a man who they say solicited lawn care service from a Seneca man and then punched the homeowner in the face while he was inside the man’s home. Investigators say the incident occurred around 8:00 PM Wednesday at a residence on South Main Street in Seneca. …

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Pirates And Cards Split Double-Header; St. Louis Takes NL Central Division Title With 100th Win

The Pittsburgh Pirates dominated the afternoon half of a day-night doubleheader on Wednesday with an 8-2 romp over the St. Louis Cardinals, but the Cards roared back in the nightcap, posting a lopsided 11-1 victory which captured the National League Central Division championship. St. Louis (100-59) recorded their 100th victory of the season, and regained…

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Pens Drop 7-2 Preseason Decision To Detroit

The Pittsburgh Penguins allowed seven scores Wednesday night in losing their final home preseason game 7-2 to the Detroit Red Wings. The Pens will close their exhibition schedule on Friday night at Carolina.  The regular season starts on Thursday, October 8 when the Penguins meet the Stars in Dallas. Beau Bennett and top draft pick…

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$310.5 Million Powerball Lottery Ticket Sold In Michigan; Pennsylvania Player Wins $30,000

Game officials say a jackpot-winning ticket in the Powerball Lottery which could be worth $310.5 million was sold in southwestern Michigan. The ticket, purchased in Three Rivers, Michigan, is the only one containing all five of the original numbers drawn in Wednesday’s game, as well as the crucial Powerball number. The annuity value of the revised…

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Franklin High School Hall-Of-Fame Class Of 2015 To Be Inducted Thursday

The eight newest members of the Franklin High School Hall-of-Fame will be inducted in ceremonies on Thursday evening, October 1, the eve of Franklin’s Applefest event, at the Quality Inn and Conference Center in Franklin. The new inductees include Seth Bodnar, Jim McCullough, Barrett Melvin, Corey Ace and the members of a state championship relay…

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Kiddies Parade, Music, CUP Pep Rally Highlight Thursday At Autumn Leaf Festival

Another Cultural Night and the Clarion University Homecoming Pep Rally will highlight Thursday’s activities at Clarion County’s annual Autumn Leaf Festival. In the meantime, the Clarion merchants’ “Deal Days” will continue through the day, and the ALF Kiddies Parade, which was called off because of rain on Tuesday, will step off at 6:00 PM.  The…

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Governor Wolf Vetoes Stopgap Budget Measures

As was expected, Governor Tom Wolf on Tuesday vetoed the stopgap budget measures approved within the last week-and-a-half both by the state Senate and the House. The $11.2 billion measure would have provided short-term funding for schools and social service agencies. In his veto message to lawmakers, Wolf said Pennsylvanians want more than half-measures, and…

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