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Perez Stars As Milwaukee Sweeps The Pirates

Hernan Perez slammed three hits and drove in a pair of runs on Thursday night, lifting the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-3 home victory and a three-game sweep of the Pittsburgh Pirates, who seem to be able to beat everyone excepting the teams in their own division. Domingo Santana homered for the Brewers (58-75), and…

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Golden Eagles Open With 40-13 Romp At Lock Haven

Connor Simmons threw for 407 yards – the fifth-highest total in school history – and completed scoring passes to four different receivers as Clarion defeated Lock Haven 40-13 in a PSAC road game that opened the 2015 college football season Thursday night at Lock Haven University. Simmons completed  29-of-43 passes with one interception.  Kyle Evans,…

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Tom Brady Wins Appeal; New England QB Expected To Start Season vs. Steelers

A federal judge on Thursday overturned the four-game suspension levied against New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady by the National Football League in the “deflategate” controversy. Although the league may still appeal the ruling, Brady is now expected to start the season when the Patriots host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday, September 10. U.S. District…

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Labor Day Traffic Enforcement Period About To Begin

With the arrival of the Labor Day Holiday weekend comes a focus on reducing alcohol and drug-related crashes and aggressive driving. The Pennsylvania State Police say their official holiday enforcement period runs from 12:01 AM Friday until midnight Monday night.  Included is the participation by the State Police, along with municipal police departments and PennDOT,…

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Franklin Pedestrian Victim Identified; Was Due To Be Released From Erie Hospital Wednesday

The woman who was struck by a truck in a downtown Franklin crosswalk during the noon hour on Tuesday has been identified as 18 year-old Shyenn Warner, from Franklin. Warner suffered a broken collarbone and other injuries, and was expected to be released from an Erie hospital on Wednesday. An Oil City man, 36 year-old…

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Clarion Golden Eagles Football Debuts Thursday Night On 96.3 KQW And C-93 Radio

The 2015 Clarion University football season begins on Thursday night (Sept. 3) when the Golden Eagles play at Lock Haven. Kickoff time at Hubert Jack Stadium is 6:07 PM.  Live coverage with Mike Kalinowski and Joe Lodanosky will begin at 5:07 PM on 96.3 KQW (WKQW-FM in Oil City), on C-93 Radio (WCCR-FM in Clarion)…

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Brewers Dominate Pirates Again In 9-4 Game Wednesday Night

The Milwaukee Brewers scored in six different innings and against four of six Pittsburgh pitchers in posting a 9-4 home win over the Pirates on Wednesday night at Miller Park in Milwaukee. The Pirates (79-52), who have lost three games in a row, are 2-6 in Milwaukee this season and 17-60 at Miller Park since…

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Congressman Thompson Speaks Against EPA Ozone Compliance Regulations

Pennsylvania U.S. Congressman Glenn Thompson has come out against a proposal from the federal Environmental Protection Agency regarding increased compliance measures dealing with ozone. The proposal would lower the official air quality standard for ground-level ozone.  Thompson says that counties in violation of the tightened regulation “will trigger an implementation procedure which would make local…

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Clarion High’s Jon Kemmer Named Texas League Player-of-the-Month

Jon Kemmer, a Shippenville-area native who starred at Clarion Area High School, has been named the Texas League Player-of-the-Month. Kemmer, playing for the Texas Rangers’ “AA” affiliate in Corpus Christi, hit .376 in August with four home runs, 19 RBI’s, three triples, 13 doubles, 22 runs scored and 13 walks.  His OPS was calculated at…

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New Bethlehem Man Gets State Prison For Venango County Corruption Of Minor Case; He Faces More Charges In Clarion County

A New Bethlehem man was sentenced earlier this week to up to seven years in state prison in a Venango County case in which he was accused of offering online to pay a juvenile girl to perform sexual acts. 25 year-old Douglas Greenawalt had entered a guilty plea in May to one charge of the…

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