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High School Football Results – 2015 Week Eight

High School Football Results  –  Week 8   Friday, October 23   District 10, Region 5 Oil City 74, Meadville 48 DuBois 55, Franklin 36 Conneaut 75, Bradford 6   Region 6 Cathedral Prep 34, General McLane 14 McDowell 45, Strong Vincent 12   Region 3 Greenville 35, Titusville 12 Corry 36, Warren 33 Sharon 44, Slippery Rock 0…

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Crawford County Jury Awards $2.2 Million To Couple In Lawsuit Against Three Titusville Doctors

A Crawford County Court jury on Friday awarded $2.2 million to a Meadville-area logger and his wife in their lawsuit against three Titusville doctors who they say misdiagnosed a severe injury that left the man a paraplegic. After a week-long trial, the jury assessed half of the responsibility for the mistake against the attending physician,…

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Corsica Man Hospitalized In Pittsburgh Following Richland Township Motorcycle Crash

State Police officials in Clarion County have identified the individual who was taken to a Pittsburgh hospital following a motorcycle crash in Richland Township earlier this week as a 50 year-old Corsica man. Troopers say Daniel Uber lost control of his motorcycle on a curve on Turkey Hill Road.  The bike slammed into a guardrail,…

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McFall, Hadley Set Records In Oil City’s 74-48 Home Win Over Meadville

Jackson McFall established a new team single-game record with eight touchdown passes, and Mo Hadley tied a PIAA state record with seven TD receptions in Oil City’s 74-48 victory over Meadville in a District 10, Region 5 game played Friday night at the Oil Field in Oil City. Hadley, who caught fourteen passes, was credited with 317…

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Early Turnovers Hurt Franklin In 55-36 Home Loss To DuBois; West, Rembold Set Team Records

The DuBois Beavers (5-3; 3-2 Region 5) jumped to an early 28-0 lead over the Franklin Knights, and held off some record performances by the home team to post a 55-36 victory Friday night at Franklin High School. Matt Miller and Dante Dawson hooked up on three touchdown pass plays for the Beavers, Dawson returned…

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Royals Follow Rain Delay With Game-Winning Hit To Clinch ALCS; Will Play Mets In 2015 World Series

Following a 45-minute rain delay in the eighth inning, Eric Hosmer singled home Lorenzo Cain with the go-ahead run, giving the Kansas City Royals a 4-3 home victory over Toronto, a 4-games-to-2 win in the American League Championship Series and a berth in the World Series for the second consecutive year. The Royals will host…

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Driver Safety Program Presented At Oil City High School

A number of agencies, including PennDOT, presented a three-part driver safety program at Oil City High School on Friday. The event capped off National Teen Driver Safety Week, and was one of several held in northwestern Pennsylvania last week. Oil City students spent the day touring each of three stations, one of which featured an Impact Teen…

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Venango County Road Maintenance Schedule For Week Of October 26

PennDOT has announced their road maintenance schedule for the week of October 26. Patching work will continue on various sections of Routes 8, 62, 322 and 417.  A bridge project and the repair of washouts are scheduled for Kennerdell Road (Route 3008) in Clinton Township.  Washout repairs are also planned for East State Road (Route…

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Activist Sues For State Attorney General’s Removal

An activist from central Pennsylvania is hoping that the state Supreme Court’s suspension of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s law license will render his recent lawsuit more urgent. Gene Stilp, from Dauphin County, has filed suit against Governor Wolf and the state Senate in an attempt to force them to use a constitutional provision known…

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Reaction To Treasury Department’s Halt To Payments For Charter Schools

The state Treasury Department announced this week they are halting a $45-million payment to charter schools at the request of some Democrats in the state Senate. The money comes from casino proceeds, and is meant to be distributed to public and charter schools.  The Democratic lawmakers involved say the law is unclear on the issue,…

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