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Lawmakers Fight Governor’s Plan To Keep Rejected State Police Commissioner As Acting Department Head

Some state lawmakers are warning Governor Tom Wolf that they may go to court to fight Wolf’s decision to maintain rejected nominee for State Police commissioner Marcus Brown as acting commissioner. Colonel Brown’s confirmation was rejected by the state Senate late last week in a 26-22 vote. Brown’s opponents in the Senate had argued that…

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Former VFW Commander Charged In Disappearance Of $115,000 In Post Gambling Assets

An Oil City man who once served as post commander for the Oil City VFW has been charged by city police in the disappearance of more than $115,000 in gambling ticket assets from the organization. 52 year-old Randy Carlson had already been charged with the intimidation of a witness and with a weapons violation in…

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Eisenhower Advances To PIAA Baseball Championship Game

Eisenhower will represent District 10 on the schedule of PIAA high school baseball championship games to be played at Penn State University on Friday, June 12. The Knights advanced to the Class “A” title tilt with a 3-1 victory over District 6 champion Juniata Valley in a semifinal game played Monday evening at Showers Field…

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Background Checks Bill Passes State House Committee

State House committee members have advanced a bill meant to clarify and possibly revise the lists of people who need background checks required by new child protection laws. The House Children and Youth Committee voted 24-to-2 for the bill to be sent for further discussion and clarification on the House floor. The legislation comes in the…

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Property Tax/Rent Rebate Deadline Extended Until December 31

The deadline has been extended for applying for the property tax and rent rebate program in Pennsylvania. Seniors ages 65 and older, widows and widowers 50 and older and people with disabilities who are 18 and over may apply for a property tax rebate if they made less than $35,000 last year, or a rent…

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Butler Man Arrested In Sugarcreek Borough Indecent Assault Case

A Butler man has been charged with indecent assault and with incest in a Sugarcreek Borough case that dates back either four or five years. Sugarcreek Borough Police say the victim in the case could only recall that the incident occurred while she was still in school. Police officials say 21 year-old Danny Malone admitted…

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Bucs Lose 2-0 Decision To Lowly Brewers In Twice Rain-Delayed Home Game

In a game delayed twice by rainstorms on Monday night, the Pittsburgh Pirates dropped a 2-0 decision to the Milwaukee Brewers, the team with the Major Leagues’ worst record, in the opener of a three-game series at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. The game resulted in the second loss of the year for Pirates starter A.J.…

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Tampa Bay Takes Lead In Stanley Cup Finals After 3-2 Win In Game Three

Cedric Paquette scored the game-winning goal with 3:11 remaining in the game on Monday night, and the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 in game three of the NHL Stanley Cup championship series in Chicago, taking a 2-games-to-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. Brandon Saad had given the Blackhawks a 2-1 lead early…

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Pirates Select Infielders In Opening Round Of MLB Draft

The Pittsburgh Pirates, holding two selections in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft on Monday, chose shortstop Kevin Newman, a junior from the University of Arizona, as the #19 overall pick and third baseman Ke’Bryan Hayes from Concordia Lutheran High School in Texas with a compensatory pick as the #32 selection. Hayes, the…

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Governor Withdraws Nomination For State Police Commissioner; Senate Nixes Choice Anyway

Governor Tom Wolf on Monday withdrew his nomination of Marcus Brown as commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police. Radio PA News reports that the surprise move came following last week’s hearing in which the state Senate Law and Justice Committee decided to send Brown’s nomination to the full Senate without a vote.  Even with Wolf’s…

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