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Foster Resigns As Clarion University Football Coach

Saying “I just feel this is the right time,” Jay Foster, Clarion University’s football coach for the past nine seasons, announced his retirement on Tuesday. The university followed by announcing that the search for a replacement will begin immediately. Foster was named the PSAC Western Division Coach-of-the-Year in 2009 after the Golden Eagles posted an…

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Hunter Arrested On Gun, Drug Charges On Opening Morning Of Deer Season

The Pennsylvania Game Commission has charged an Oil City man through the State Police with nine counts after they say a field check turned up a concealed handgun, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Charges against 49 year-old Ronald Harkless include carrying an unlicensed firearm, having loaded firearms in a motor vehicle, four drug counts including hunting…

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Pennsylvania Farm Bureau Opposes Federal Water Pollution Proposals

The :Pennsylvania Farm Bureau has come out in opposition to new federal proposals designed to deal with water pollution. The new rules have been presented by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers, seeking to limit the types of pollution, including agricultural runoff, which affect waterways.  The federal officials say that runoff eventually…

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NFL Results – 2014 Week 13

NFL Results  –  Week 13   Thursday, November 27 Detroit 34, Chicago 17 Philadelphia 33, Dallas 10 Seattle 19, San Francisco 3   Sunday, November 30 New Orleans 35, Pittsburgh 32 Cincinnati 14, Tampa Bay 13 Buffalo 26, Cleveland 10 San Diego 34, Baltimore 33 Denver 29, Kansas City 16 Indianapolis 49, Washington 27 Green…

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Steelers Place Keisel On Injured Reserve, Sign Veteran Clifton Geathers

The Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday placed veteran defensive end Brett Keisel on the season-ending injured reserve list and signed former Washington Redskins defensive lineman Clifton Geathers to their 53-man roster. Keisel tore a triceps muscle in the Steelers’ home loss to New Orleans on Sunday.  In his return to Pittsburgh, the 13-year veteran recorded 17…

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Pirates Acquire Utilityman Sean Rodriguez In Trade With Tampa Bay

The Pittsburgh Pirates announced Monday that they have acquired utilityman Sean Rodriguez from the Tampa Bay Rays for cash and a player to be named later. Rodriguez has played the past five seasons for the Rays and appeared at every infield and every outfield position.  In 2014, he batted .211 with 12 home runs and…

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Five Die On Pennsylvania Highways Over Thanksgiving Holiday

The Pennsylvania State Police say five people died and 239 others were injured in the 1,268 traffic accidents their troopers investigated across the state during the five-day Thanksgiving weekend holiday travel period. Last year, nine died and 236 were injured, but the PSP responded to 332 more crashes this year, an increase of about 35…

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Winter Winter Advisory Posted For Icy Precipitation For Tuesday, December 2

The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has posted a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of western Pennsylvania, most of eastern Ohio and for northern West Virginia for Tuesday, December 2. The advisory runs until 2:00 PM, and includes Venango, Mercer, Armstrong, Butler and Lawrence Counties in western Pennsylvania. A Winter Weather Advisory means that snow,…

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Tionesta Woman Charged In Weekend Stabbing Of A Leeper Man

A Tionesta woman has been jailed, and a Leeper man is hospitalized in Pittsburgh following a stabbing incident that police attributed to a domestic dispute early Sunday morning. It is believed the argument began in a car while two people were traveling on Route 66 in the Leeper area.  Police say the stabbing incident was…

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Fire Destroys Drilling Company Building In Rockland Township

A fire early Sunday destroyed a building utilized by a petroleum drilling company in Rockland Township. Neighbors first noticed the blaze shortly before 6:30 AM Sunday at a building along Route 38.  Nine fire companies responded to the scene, but they were unable to save the building. Fallen power lines also proved to be a problem, so…

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