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Pennsylvania’s Rifle Deer Season Begins

Monday (Nov. 27) marks the start of rifle deer season in Pennsylvania. The state’s Game Commission estimates that some 550,000 hunters will take to Pennsylvania’s woods over the next two weeks.  Officials stress that, although that number is considerably lower than it once was, Pennsylvania saw a record turnout of archery deer hunters this year.…

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Penguins Beat Lightning 5-2

Team scoring leader Phil Kessel recorded two goals and two assists, and Sidney Crosby added a pair of goals as the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-2 on Saturday night at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. Bryan Rust added a short-handed goal, and Tristan Jarry earned his first NHL win, stopping 33-of-35 shots.…

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Penn State Closes Regular Season With 66-3 Romp At Maryland

Trace McSorley threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, and backup quarterback Tommy Stevens ran for 113 yards and three scores as Penn State routed Maryland 66-3 in their regular season finale on Saturday afternoon in College Park, Maryland. As the starting QB, McSorley completed 22-of-33 passes for 237 yards, and added 36 yards…

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PIAA Football Quarterfinal Playoff Results – November 24, 25

PIAA Football Quarterfinal Playoff Results  –  November 24, 25   Friday, November 24 “1A”  –  Farrell 36, Ridgway/Johnsonburg 0 “4A”  –  Cathedral Prep 42, Thomas Jefferson 17   Saturday, November 25: “2A”  –  Wilmington 33, Clarion 6 “3A”  –  Sharon 45, Forest Hills 25

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Pennsylvania’s Christmas Tree Supply Reported To Be Good

Despite contrary reports from the Pacific Northwest, growers in Pennsylvania say there will be an ample variety of Christmas trees from which to choose in this state this year. Gary Thomas, a member of the Pennsylvania Christmas Tree Growers Association, told Radio PA News that, with their good needle retention, the Fraser Fir and Douglas…

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Route 285 Reopens Following Bridge Replacement Project

A portion of Route 285 in southeastern Crawford County reopened late this week following the completion of a bridge replacement project in North Shenango Township. The highway had been closed from Bullis Road to Hartstown Road for the replacement of a bridge over Bennett Run. PennDOT spokesperson Jill Harry says the work was completed through…

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Pens Lose Friday Afternoon Game 4-3 In Boston

The Pittsburgh Penguins rebounded Friday afternoon from deficits of 2-0 and 3-1, and tied their game in Boston at 3-3, but the Bruins’ David Pastrnak scored the go-ahead goal with 15:54 remaining to give Boston a 4-3 victory. Jake Guentzel, Phil Kessel and Sidney Crosby scored for Pittsburgh (11-10-3), who lost their third game in…

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Pitt Ruins Miami’s Unbeaten Record; Panthers Close Season With 24-14 Victory

Freshman quarterback Kenny Pickett ran for two touchdowns and threw for a third score on Friday afternoon as the Pitt Panthers closed their season with a 24-14 victory over previously unbeaten Miami at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Pickett completed 18-of-29 passes for 193 yards with no interceptions, and carried the ball 13 times for another…

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State Police Give Tips For Safe Shopping

With the holiday shopping season now underway, the Pennsylvania State Police are offering advice for staying safe at stores and when shopping online. Officials say a key to staying safe while shopping at stores is to not make yourself an easy target for a criminal.  That means, “don’t flash your cash,” and keep packages in…

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Pens Fire 45 Shots, But Lose 5-2 To Vancouver

Despite recording 45 shots-on-goal on Wednesday night, the Pittsburgh Penguins dropped a 5-2 decision at home to the Vancouver Canucks. Brock Boeser scored twice for Vancouver (11-8-3), and former Penguin Derrick Pouliot added a score, as did both Loui Eriksson and Brandon Sutter.  The winning goaltender was Vancouver’s Anders Nilsson (5-1-1), who stopped 43 shots.…

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