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Venango County Treasurer’s Office To Be Open Sunday, November 27; Military Personnel Welcomed To Purchase Hunting Licenses

The Venango County Treasurer’s office will again be open on the Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend so that military personnel who have been unable to purchase hunting licenses may have the opportunity to do so. Treasurer Deborah Sharpe says regular business may be conducted, as well, on Sunday, November 27 from 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM.…

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Website Allows Looks At Crowded Holiday Highways And Comparisons To Travel At Similar Times During Other Weekends

PennDOT and State Police officials are urging motorists to check out a certain page on the website 511PA.com before they leave on their holiday trips. The website’s “Historic Holiday Traffic” page allows users to see how speeds and traffic conditions on the Wednesday before and the Sunday after Thanksgiving compare with those of typical non-holiday…

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Law Allows For New Options For Pennsylvania Hunters

A bill signed into law on Monday by Governor Tom Wolf includes a provision that would allow the use of semi-automatic sporting rifles by Pennsylvania hunters, once regulations for their use by hunters are set by the state Game Commission. The language of the provision in the amended House bill stems from a Senate measure…

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Whitney To Stay On As President Of Clarion University

Karen Whitney has decided to stay on as president of Clarion University of Pennsylvania. Whitney announced Monday that she has withdrawn an application to be considered for a similar post at Florida Gulf Coast University.  The southern school is searching for a replacement for their president who is approaching his previously-announced retirement date. Whitney was…

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Rangers Storm Back To Beat Pens 5-2 After Pittsburgh Rookie Scores Twice In NHL Debut

Pittsburgh Penguins rookie Jake Guentzel scored twice in his NHL debut on Monday night before the visiting New York Rangers stormed back to defeat the Pens 5-2 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. The Rangers (14-5-1), who lead the Penguins by four points in the NHL Metropolitan Division, have scored 81 goals in the twenty…

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NFL Results – 2016 Week Eleven

NFL Results  –  Week 11   Thursday, November 17 Carolina 23, New Orleans 20   Sunday, November 20 Pittsburgh 24, Cleveland 7 Dallas 27, Baltimore 17 Buffalo 16, Cincinnati 12 Seattle 26, Philadelphia 15 New England 30, San Francisco 17 NY Giants 22, Chicago 16 Tampa Bay 19, Kansas City 17 Detroit 26, Jacksonville 19…

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Steelers Snap 4-Game Slide With 24-9 Win At Cleveland

Le’Veon Bell rushed for a season-high 146 yards and a touchdown on Sunday afternoon, and the Steelers’ defense recorded eight sacks as Pittsburgh snapped a four-game losing streak with a 24-9 victory in windy Cleveland. Bell ran the ball 28 times and caught eight passes for 55 yards.  Antonio Brown also tallied eight receptions, and…

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Jimmie Johnson Ties Petty And Earnhardt With Seventh NASCAR Season Series Championship

After a number of delays during the closing laps, including a pause of more than thirty minutes following a multi-car crash with nine-and-a-half laps remaining, Jimmie Johnson surged ahead to win Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 race at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Miami and capture a record-tying seventh NASCAR season championship. With the victory, Johnson matched the…

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Public Update Tuesday On Venango County Transportation Hub And Demolition Of Oil City Parking Ramp

An update on the construction of a Venango County transportation hub is scheduled for this Tuesday afternoon, November 22. The public is invited to the session which also will include information on the upcoming demolition of the Oil City parking ramp. County officials announced two weeks ago that a bid was being finalized for the…

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Former State Representative David Wright Dies At Age 80

The man who represented Clarion County longer than any other county resident in the state House of Representatives died over the weekend. Doctor David Wright, from Clarion, was 80. Wright served in the House from 1977 until 1997.  He was chairman of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency which oversees the fourteen state-owned universities, and…

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