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Franklin Man Sentenced To Up To 27 Years In Child Pornography Case

A Franklin man has been sentenced to a maximum of twenty-seven years in state prison on his guilty pleas to charges which include possessing and disseminating child pornography. 34 year-old Christopher Douglass is to serve a minimum of three-and-a-half years.  He will be given credit for more than seven-and-a-half months already served. In July, Douglass had…

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Mineral Township Municipal Building Robbed

State Police in Venango County are investigating a burglary at a government building on Route 965. Investigators say someone entered the Mineral Township Municipal Building and stole what a report referred to as “commercial items.” The burglar fled the area, but police do not know how he or she fled, or in what direction. The…

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Cubs Force Seventh World Series Game; Russell Ties Fall Classic Record With Six RBI’s

Addison Russell tied a World Series record with six RBI’s – four on a third-inning grand slam – and the Chicago Cubs forced a seventh game in the 2016 Fall Classic with a 9-3 victory over the Indians on Tuesday night at Progressive Field in Cleveland. Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo also homered for the…

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Plummer Street Repaving Begins; Part Of Oil City Thoroughfare Now One Lane

The repaving project which follows a major pipeline replacement underneath Oil City’s Plummer Street began overnight Tuesday night. As of early morning Wednesday, work crews had excavated a portion of the downhill lane of the street, and Plummer was temporarily closed from its intersection with Park Road to Deer Street.  The street has since reopened for one…

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Female Student Charged With Assault At Oil City High School

A female student at Oil City High School was arrested on Tuesday after she allegedly assaulted a teacher. The unidentified 17 year-old is alleged to have hit and kicked a teacher who police say did not require medical treatment. The girl was taken into custody by Oil City Police shortly after the 10:00 AM incident.…

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Man Runs Into Allegheny River To Try To Avoid Police

A man wanted on warrants in connection with a burglary was apprehended by Oil City Police late Tuesday afternoon after officers say he tried to escape apprehension by running into the Allegheny River. Police say they tried to stop Jerid Cochran near Pine Street on the city’s South Side shortly before 5:30 PM Tuesday, but…

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Polk Woman Also Arrested In Cochranton Park Assault Case

A Polk woman has become the eighth person charged in the investigation into the alleged assault of a man at a Cochranton park in August. 35 year-old Jolene Webber was charged by a magistrate in Titusville on Tuesday with unlawful restraint, possessing an instrument of crime, making terroristic threats, simple assault and conspiracy. Already charged…

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Six Homeless As Fire Destroys Mobile Home In Northern Butler County

Six people were left homeless when a fire destroyed a home in northern Butler County on Monday afternoon. Reports late Tuesday indicated that three adults and three children were displaced by the fire. No one was home when the blaze broke out shortly after noon on Monday at a double-wide mobile home on Route 38…

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Two Injured In Rollover At Route 322 Intersection

Two men were injured, one seriously, in a rollover accident that occurred over the weekend in Rockland Township. In releasing the information on the incident from early Sunday morning, State Police officials now say a vehicle operated by 33 year-old Russell Heckathorne, from Oil City, skidded through the stop sign at the intersection of Routes…

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Pennsylvania Congressmen Ask EPA To Exempt Conventional Drillers From New Wastewater Discharge Rules

Three Pennsylvania Congressmen have written the Environmental Protection Agency, asking the federal regulators to exempt conventional gas and oil producers from new standards for the discharge of wastewater derived from newer forms of gas and oil drilling such as “fracking.” Congressmen Glenn Thompson, Mike Kelly and Keith Rothfus say conventional production has existed in Pennsylvania…

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