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Steelers Regain First Place With 28-7 Turkey Day Victory In Indianapolis

Three of Antonio Brown’s five receptions on Thanksgiving night in Indianapolis went for touchdowns, and the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Colts 28-7, temporarily regaining sole possession of first place in the AFC North. Brown finished with 91 receiving yards, while Le’Veon Bell  carried the ball 23 times for 120 yards and a score.  Steelers quarterback…

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Game Commission: No Semi-Automatic Rifles In Pennsylvania This Deer Season

The Pennsylvania Game Commission reminds hunters that the change in state law allowing the use of semi-automatic rifles for deer hunting does not go into effect this season. Pennsylvania’s rifle deer season will begin on Monday, November 28. The new measure, sponsored by state Senator Scott Hutchinson from Oil City, was just signed into law…

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“Black Friday” May Not Signal The Start Of Shopping Season, Nor Be The Busiest Day Of The Christmas Season

Many say that the day after Thanksgiving, or “Black Friday,” marks the traditional start of the Christmas shopping and buying season, but for many, the task has already begun. Brian Rider, the CEO of the Pennsylvania Retailers Association, tells Radio PA News the season got underway much earlier.  A recent survey shows that some shoppers began…

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Governor Wolf Talks About Election Results

Governor Wolf says he was surprised as anyone that Donald Trump won Pennsylvania’s vote and the Presidency earlier this month. Pennsylvania’s twenty Electoral votes played a big role in his win. As far as what may have gone wrong for Democrat Hillary Clinton in the Keystone State, the Governor tells Radio PA News he thinks…

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Penguins Avenge Loss To Rangers With 6-1 Romp In New York

The Pittsburgh Penguins scored five goals in the second period, two by captain Sidney Crosby, on the way to a 6-1 romp over the first-place New York Rangers on Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden in New York. The win avenged the Rangers’ 5-2 come-from-behind victory in Pittsburgh on Monday. Scott Wilson, Phil Kessel and…

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Stopped Motorists In Sugarcreek Borough Surprised With Turkeys And Hams

Motorists headed through Sugarcreek Borough on Tuesday and Wednesday may have been surprised about having been pulled over by Borough Police. They may have been even more shocked to learn the reason was so the police could give away turkeys and hams for the holiday. The meats were donated by the owners of a store…

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Powerball Lottery Jackpot Now At $403 Million

Black Friday shoppers may also cause long lines at lottery windows. That is because the estimated value of the jackpot for Saturday night’s drawing in the Powerball Lottery has been set at $403 million.  The game’s jackpot’s one-time cash value is currently being estimated at $243.8 million. No one matched all of the numbers drawn…

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Gov. Wolf Vetoes Bill To Protect Police Officer Identifications

Governor Tom Wolf this week vetoed a bill intended to protect the identity of law enforcement officers who are involved in shootings. The measure would have withheld an officer’s identity in such cases for at least thirty days.  The bill’s sponsor, state Representative Martina White from Philadelphia, said it was intended to protect officers and…

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Venango County Transportation Hub Now Planned For PennDOT Parking Area; Oil City Parking Ramp Could Come Down In Early 2017

Plans for an $11-million transportation hub for Venango County now have the complex located on a portion of a parking area presently occupied by PennDOT on Oil City’s North Side. A partnership between Oil City, the county and PennDOT has led to a plan to construct a 25,000 square-foot facility for the county’s 25 vehicles…

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Venango County Treasurer’s Office To Be Open Sunday, November 27; Military Personnel Welcomed To Purchase Hunting Licenses

The Venango County Treasurer’s office will again be open on the Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend so that military personnel who have been unable to purchase hunting licenses may have the opportunity to do so. Treasurer Deborah Sharpe says regular business may be conducted, as well, on Sunday, November 27 from 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM.…

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