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Senator Casey Says Pennsylvania Farm Show Presents A Vision Of The Future Of The State

Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Bob Casey said at the Pennsylvania Farm Show this week that he is glad to still see young people involved in agriculture, because they will be the citizens needed to solve the problems of tomorrow. At the 100th Farm Show, continuing through Saturday near Harrisburg, Casey said the exposition provides a way…

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Public May Now Track PennDOT Plow Trucks Online

As part of an expanded technology program, the public may now follow online hundreds of PennDOT plow trucks on interstate highways and expressways. It is all part of the Automated Vehicle Location System, introduced in October, which is intended to improve PennDOT’s information on vehicle movement and the usage of winter materials. The location of…

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Carolina Beats Pittsburgh 3-2 In OT In Raleigh

Jeff Skinner scored on a power play opportunity with 1:58 remaining in overtime on Tuesday night, giving the Carolina Hurricanes a 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins in a game played in Raleigh, North Carolina. Carolina (19-18-7) had taken a 2-0 advantage behind goals from Eric Staal and Kris Versteeg before the Penguins (20-16-6) tied…

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Chapmanville Teen Earns Record $30,000 For Grand Champion Steer At Pennsylvania Farm Show

A Crawford County teenager earned a record $30,000 on Tuesday for his Grand Champion Steer at the 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show being held through Saturday near Harrisburg. 16 year-old Tyler Mattocks, a junior at Maplewood High School, raised the impressive animal, a 1,330-pound crossbreed named “Murica.” Radio PA News reports that, at the Sale of Champions auction, the…

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Congressman Thompson Says President’s State-Of-The-Union Address Missed Key National Priorities

A U.S. Congressman from Pennsylvania says President Barack Obama’s State-of-the-Union Address on Tuesday night missed some key national priorities. Congressman Glenn Thompson says the nation heard very little regarding the President’s plans to address security threats to the country.  Thompson singled out the rise of ISIS, domestic terrorist attacks, a recent nuclear test in North…

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Pittsburgh Man Dead After Two Arson Fires, Including A Blaze In Guys Mills, And A Police Chase

A Pittsburgh man took his own life on Tuesday after a police chase that followed arson fires in both suburban Pittsburgh and in Guys Mills in Crawford County. Police say 46 year-old William James went to his ex-wife’s home in Shaler Township on Tuesday morning, assaulted the woman and then set her house on fire.  Investigators further say…

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State House Committee Studies Legalized Sports Betting

Members of a state House committee held a hearing Tuesday on a resolution which would ask Congress to lift a federal ban on sports betting. The discussion could lead to an attempt to allow betting on sports here in Pennsylvania. By some estimates, there is 400 to 500-billion dollars being wagered each year in this country through…

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“Lonestar” To Perform In Meadville

Country music legends Lonestar will appear in concert this March in a fundraiser in Meadville. The group, probably best known for the crossover hit “Amazed,” will be the featured performers for the 42nd annual Country Music Show hosted by the Meadville Fraternal Order of Police.  Shows on Sunday, March 20 at 1:00 PM and 6:00…

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45-MPH Speed Limit Enforced On Parts Of Interstates 80, 79

Tuesday’s wintry weather conditions have forced officials to impose a 45 mile-per-hour speed limit on portions of Interstates 80 and I-79. Meanwhile, a section of I-80 westbound between DuBois and the DuBois Regional Airport exit was closed from mid-morning through the early afternoon due to a motor vehicle crash.  No details on the incident were…

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Alabama Wins Yet Another College Football Championship

Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry rushed for 158 yards and three touchdowns on Monday night, leading Alabama to its fourth college football championship in seven seasons with a 45-40 victory over previously-unbeaten Clemson in Glendale, Arizona. O.J. Howard caught five passes for 208 yards and two scores.  Quarterback Jake Coker completed 16-of-25 passes for 335…

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