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1st-Period Barrage Lifts Senators Past Penguins

The Ottawa Senators scored four times in the first thirteen minutes on Wednesday night on the way to a 5-1 thumping on their home ice over the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Senators now lead the best-of-seven NHL Eastern Conference final two-games-to-one.  Game four will be played in Ottawa on Friday night at 8:00 PM.  Radio pregame…

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Bell Homers In Pirates’ 6-1 Win Over Washington; Cole Earns The Win

Josh Bell slammed a three-run home run – his team-leading eighth homer of the year, and the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the vaunted Washington Nationals 6-1 on Wednesday night at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Andrew McCutchen recorded a two-run single, and Francisco Cervelli chipped in a run with a sacrifice fly, while starting pitcher Gerrit Cole…

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Cooksburg Man Sentenced To State Prison In Standoff At Campgrounds Near Cook Forest

A Cooksburg man who held off police for about eight hours in an incident near Cook Forest last year was sentenced Wednesday in Clarion County Court to eight-and-a-half to 17 years in state prison. 48 year-old John MacBeth had entered guilty pleas to 32 counts of reckless endangerment in a plea bargain in which thirty…

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Nighttime Paving Planned Next Week For Shippenville

Motorists driving at night and in the early morning through Shippenville should be advised that crews are scheduled to do nighttime milling and paving operations at a main intersection in that borough next week. Beginning Tuesday night (May 23) and concluding by the start of the holiday weekend, crews will work on the westbound lane…

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Nationals Double Up Pirates 8-4

The Washington Nationals (25-13) scored in five different innings on Tuesday night in an 8-4 victory over the Pirates at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Bryce Harper and Wilmer Difo both homered for the Nats, and Ryan Zimmerman contributed a pair of hits, including a two-run double.  Jayson Werth went 3-for-5 with an RBI and a…

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Four New Members To Be Inducted In October Into Franklin High School Hall-Of-Fame

The names of the four newest members of the Franklin High School Hall-of-Fame were announced Tuesday. The newest members will be inducted in early October as the city of Franklin’s Applefest event begins. Selected were Nate Byham, a starter on the FHS state championship basketball team of 2006 and a member of three National Football…

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“Click It Or Ticket” Campaign Stresses Seat Belt Use, Child Seat Inspections

Local police departments will be participating, beginning Monday, in the national “Click It or Ticket” seat belt enforcement campaign which will run through the Memorial Day holiday weekend and until June 4. The State Police and local law enforcement departments will join forces across the eastern half of the United States for a “border-to-border initiative”…

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Primary Ballots Result In Ties On Both Party Tickets For Oil City School Board Seats

Venango County elections officials say 21.19 percent of registered county voters went to the polls on primary election day Tuesday.  That included 23.7 percent of registered Republicans, and seventeen percent of the Democrats. The most noticeable result after the unofficial first tabulation of votes may have been the ties on both tickets in the race…

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State Judicial Posts Only State Races In Tuesday’s Pennsylvania Primaries

Pennsylvania voters chose nominees for election to the state’s three higher courts on Tuesday in the only statewide races on the ballots in the 2017 primaries. Squaring off in November for one open seat on the state Supreme Court will be incumbent Republican Sally Mundy and Democratic Allegheny County Judge Dwayne Woodruff, known to sports…

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Franklin School Board Approves New Teachers Contract

The Franklin Area School Board on Monday unanimously approved a new contract with the district’s teachers which will go into effect on July 1. The pact is for three years, and reportedly will include salary increases that will average a little over 2.4 percent per year. Pay increases the first year will work out to…

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