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Pitt Loses 64-50 Home Game To #9 Virginia

Jamel Artis scored 17 points, and Michael Young contributed 10 points and 12 rebounds, but the Pitt Panthers (17-5; 6-4 ACC) dropped a 64-50 decision to 9th-ranked Virginia on Saturday afternoon at the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh. Malcolm Brogdon led the Cavaliers (19-4; 8-3) with 21 points, and London Perrantes tallied 14. The Cavaliers…

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Two Hurt When Car Slams Into Large Wood Pile

Two Erie-area residents were injured on Thursday morning when their car left the road and slammed into a large wood pile in northern Clarion County. State Police officials say 20 year-old Youngxuan Tian was traveling north on Route 36 in Farmington Township at a high rate of speed when her car sped off the east…

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Shippenville Couple Arrested In Meth Lab Investigation

A Shippenville couple has been arrested in a methamphetamine production investigation being conducted by Clarion County law enforcement officials. 31 year-old Steven Wilson and 28 year-old Amanda Wilson both face charges of operating a methamphetamine lab, conspiracy, manufacturing, delivering or possessing a controlled substance and the possession of ingredients used to make methamphetamine. The meth…

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Franklin On Ice Weekend Is Here

Franklin’s first weekend of February will be a little more “Super” this time around because the annual Franklin On Ice event is scheduled for football’s big weekend this year. Most of the activity, including ice carving and a speed-carving competition, are scheduled for Saturday (Feb. 6).  Other Saturday events will include a chili cook-off, a children’s comedy…

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Governor Signs Bill Delaying Keystone Exams Requirement For High School Graduation

Governor Tom Wolf has signed into law legislation which delays by two years the implementation of the Keystone Exams as a requirement for graduation from high school. The bill delays until the 2018-2019 school year the stipulation that high school seniors pass certain end-of-the-year tests before they can receive their diplomas.  Wolf said higher standards…

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Penn State Loses 73-49 At #5 Iowa

Brandon Taylor, with 15 points, was the only Penn State player to reach double figures on Wednesday night as the Nittany Lions dropped a 73-49 decision at fifth-ranked Iowa. With the loss, Penn State (11-12; 2-8 Big Ten) dropped below the .500 mark,  Iowa improved to 18-4 (9-1 Big Ten). Jarrod Uthoff led the Hawkeyes…

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Republican Lawmaker Proposes Severance Tax On Natural Gas Drilling

A Republican state lawmaker is proposing a severance tax on natural gas drilling in the Marcellus shale region. Radio PA News reports that state Representative Jim Christiana says one of his goals is to counter the argument from Democrats that the state is not receiving enough from drillers, as compared to other states.  Pennsylvania’s Independent…

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Game Commission Considering Making Wearing Of Expired Hunting Licenses Illegal

The Pennsylvania Game Commission has given their approval to an initial vote on a proposal to make it illegal to carry a hunting license or game tag from a previous year. A final vote on the proposal will be taken in April. The commission says their Wildlife Conservation Officers (WCO’s) sometimes encounter hunters or trappers trying…

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Tionesta Woman Injured As S-U-V Hits Horse-Drawn Buggy

In information just released concerning a collision between an S-U-V and a horse-drawn buggy in northern Clarion County on Sunday morning, State Police officials say an 81 year-old Tionesta-area woman was injured. The driver of the S-U-V was identified as 96 year-old Elmer McCall, and the operator of the buggy as 56 year-old Eli Mast,…

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Governor To Seek Additional $200 Million For Basic Education

Governor Tom Wolf says he will once again seek an increase in education funding when he presents his budget address for the next fiscal year next week. Wolf says he wants an additional $200 million in basic education funding for next fiscal year, adding that state support for public education is needed, and that local…

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