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State Stone Skipping Championship Back In Franklin Saturday

The Pennsylvania Stone Skipping Championship returns to Franklin this Saturday (Aug. 20), and will be held in conjunction with the city’s annual Rock In River Fest. The state stone skipping competition for youths and amateurs will begin at 1:00 PM.  The professional competition will start at 3:00 PM.  The 2015 Pennsylvania champion, Kurt Steiner, who…

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Second Woman Dies From Three-Vehicle Crash On Route 157 On August 10

A second woman has died as the result of a three-vehicle accident in Cranberry Township on the evening of August 10. Reports indicate that 32 year-old Adonica Vigus, from Clarion, has died at a hospital in Erie. State Police officials had listed Vigus as the driver of a pickup which went through a stop sign at the…

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McCutchen Homers, Bucs Score 6 In Fifth In 6-5 Victory In San Francisco

Andrew McCutchen’s two-run home run capped off a six-run fifth inning for the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday afternoon as the Bucs edged the Giants 6-5, completing a three-game sweep of the Giants and finishing off a 5-1 West Coast road trip. The Pirates (62-56) have now won nine of their last twelve games and are…

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Franklin Woman Charged With Making False Report To Police Claiming Man Threatened To Shoot Her

A Franklin woman has been charged with making a false report to law enforcement in a case in which she is accused of claiming a man threatened to shoot her and a friend. The court system went as far as to grant 45 year-old Karen Daugherty a Protection from Abuse Order against the man, and…

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Apparent Murder-Suicide Victims In Texas Had Clarion County Ties

A woman who was shot to death last weekend in Fort Worth, Texas has been identified as a librarian at Texas Wesleyan University and a former Clarion University student. The man who police say fired the fatal shot and apparently later turned the gun on himself was a native of Shippenville. Police identified the deceased…

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Parking Restrictions Set For Thursday On Liberty Street And 3rd Street In Franklin

PennDOT says parking restrictions will be enforced on the lower end of Liberty Street and on 3rd Street in Franklin on Thursday (Aug. 18) while a repaving project continues in those neighborhoods. It is expected that the restrictions will be in effect for the one day only, and should be lifted by 5:00 PM. The parking…

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Bruce Castor Becomes Pennsylvania’s Acting Attorney General

The man who will be Pennsylvania’s acting Attorney General beginning later today has held the roles of both Solicitor General and First Deputy Attorney General. And, Bruce Castor has been handling the duties that outgoing Attorney General Kathleen Kane could not handle over the period of time since Kane’s law license was suspended. The Commonwealth Attorney…

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Stoneboro Man Already Jailed In Ten Mercer County Cases Now Charged In Utica-Area Burglary

A Stoneboro man, who is already in the Mercer County Jail facing charges in as many as ten burglaries, was charged in Venango County on Tuesday in a June burglary in the Utica area. 30 year-old Daniel Hartman is accused of breaking into a home on Raymilton Road in Frenchcreek Township and stealing about $9,000. …

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Kang’s Homer Leads To Pittsburgh’s 4-3 Victory In San Francisco

Jung Ho Kang’s solo home run in the top of the eighth inning on Tuesday night broke a 3-3 deadlock and propelled the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 4-3 victory over the Giants in San Francisco. Gregory Polanco went 0-for-4, but drove in two runs to bring his team-leading RBI total to 67.  John Jaso also…

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Auditor General To Audit Penn State University

The state’s top fiscal watchdog says his office will be conducting an audit of Penn State University. The audit will date back to 2013, and will look, among other things, at how well Penn State implemented reforms in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. Auditor General Eugene DePasquale says he will…

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