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Parker Man Arrested In Sportsmen’s Club Break-In

A Parker man has been arrested and charged in a burglary at a sportsmen’s club in his community sometime last week. 20 year-old Randy Weckerly has been arraigned on charges of burglary, theft by unlawful taking and criminal mischief involving damage to property.  Police officials say they identified Weckerly as their suspect through surveillance video.…

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Former Clarion, Allegheny Football Coach Charles Ruslavage Dies At 84

Former Clarion University and Allegheny College football coach Charles Ruslavage died at a hospital in Pittsburgh on Monday. Ruslavage was 84. Ruslavage graduated from Coaldale High School in 1949, and after a stint in the U.S. Coast Guard, attended and played football at Penn State.  After a stint as a coach at Allegheny, he joined the…

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Some Parts Of Venango County See More Than A Foot Of Snow From Monday/Tuesday Storm

Venango County may have been the hardest-hit area of all of western Pennsylvania during the snowstorm that roared through the Oil Region between Monday afternoon and late Tuesday. Franklin’s official snow accumulation total was recorded at 8.3 inches.  Unofficial snowfall amounts from elsewhere in the county included fourteen inches in Cooperstown and eleven inches in…

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Three Hurt In Cornplanter Township Rollover

Three people were injured in a rollover accident in Cornplanter Township, just outside Oil City. State Police officials tell KQW that 31 year-old Elizabeth Coogan, from Oil City, fell asleep at the wheel while traveling south on Grandview Road late Sunday night.  Troopers say Coogan’s car crossed the road, left the berm, rolled over and…

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Franklin City Council Approves Appointment To Fill Vacant Council Seat

Franklin City Council on Monday night approved the appointment of Jane Dlugos to fill the final two years of a vacant seat on council. Dlugos is an Air Force veteran who currently teaches in the Oil City Area School District.  She will fill the post held by Jennifer Morris who did not run for reelection. …

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Lawmakers, Police Want To Continue State’s Vehicle Registration Stickers

Even as PennDOT has announced that the last of Pennsylvania’s motor vehicle registration stickers will be issued this December 30, a group of lawmakers and law enforcement officials are pressing to continue them. PennDOT last week unveiled the Automated License Plate Reader which they say will be the new tool for police officials to check…

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Two Escape Injury In U-Haul Truck Rollover On I-80

Two people escaped injury over the weekend when their U-Haul truck rolled over on Interstate 80 near Barkeyville. The truck was hauling a car which rolled about another ninety feet during the incident. State Police officials tell KQW that 31 year-old Donald Roush, from Bentonville, Arkansas, was westbound on I-80 when he lost control on snow…

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In Florida: This Time The Penguins Lose 2-1 In A Shootout

Former Penguin Jussi Jokinen scored the game-winner in the fifth frame of a shootout on Monday night as the Pittsburgh Penguins lost a 2-1 decision to the Florida Panthers in Sunrise, Florida. Chris Kunitz had tied the game at 1-1 with a goal for the Penguins (28-19-8)  with 3:19 remaining in regulation play.  Sidney Crosby…

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Study Looks At Minimum Wage Hike In Pennsylvania

Those seeking an increase in Pennsylvania’s minimum wage say they now have proof of the benefits that could come from such a move. A study by the Keystone Research Center estimates that a minimum wage hike would result in an additional $121.5 million through increased sales and income tax revenue, as well as $104 million…

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State’s 2015 Bear Harvest Reported As Third-Best Total

The 2015 bear harvest in Pennsylvania has been reported by the Pennsylvania Game Commission as 3,748 – the third-largest on record, and just 23 behind the 2014 total. The state’s record of 4,350 was set in 2011. The Game Commission estimates there are about 18,000 bears in Pennsylvania, a figure they say has remained about…

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