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Three Accused Of Breaking Into Store In Rocky Grove

A 19 year-old Franklin-area man and two juveniles stand accused of burglarizing a store in Rocky Grove last weekend. Sugarcreek Borough Police indicate that 19 year-old Cody Culver turned himself in after having heard that one of the juvenile suspects had been questioned.  Culver has since been charged with burglary, theft by unlawful taking and…

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Thursday At The Venango County Fair

Thursday’s activities at the Venango County Fair include one of the annually anticipated favorites.  The 4-H livestock auction will be held at 6:30 PM at the Phillips Arena. The day’s events will begin at 9:00 AM with the open game horse show.  Dairy shows will follow later in the morning. A silent auction to benefit…

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Former Wolf Aide Katie McGinty Announces Bid For Pat Toomey’s U.S. Senate Seat

Governor Tom Wolf’s former top aide, Katie McGinty, did the expected on Tuesday, announcing she will run next year in the Democratic primary for the nomination for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Republican Senator Pat Toomey. McGinty would run in the spring against former Congressman Joe Sestak, who lost a narrow race to…

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Arrieta Wins 12th As Cubs Blank Bucs 5-0

Jake Arrieta won his 12th game of the season on Tuesday night, combining with Tommy Hunter and Justin Grimm on a four-hitter as the Chicago Cubs blanked the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-0 at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Arrieta (12-6) is now 5-1 against the Pirates and, in his last nine starts this season, has gone 6-1…

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PUC To Evaluate EPA’s Clean Power Plan

The state Public Utility Commission will be evaluating how the federal Environmental Protection Agency’s new Clean Power Plan will impact utilities and consumers in Pennsylvania with a focus on reliability and affordability. Press secretary Nils Hagen-Frederiksen told Radio PA News the PUC will also take a look at regulations already passed in Pennsylvania, such as…

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Ten-Dollar All-Day Parking Spots Proposed For Franklin’s Applefest

Franklin City Council this week gave first-reading approval to a plan that would provide ten-dollar parking spots in some areas of city parking lots during Franklin’s Applefest held annually on the first full weekend of October. Under the proposal, a vehicle could be parked indefinitely in a 10-dollar space between 6:00 AM and 5:00 PM…

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Knoxdale Man Sentenced To State Prison In Burglary In Which Cohort Was Shot By Property Owner

A Knoxdale man has been sentenced to serve two-and-a-half to five years in state prison for his role in a Clarion County burglary in which another suspect was shot by the property owner. 28 year-old Shane Bundy had entered a guilty plea in May to one count of burglary in a plea bargain in which…

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Wednesday At The Venango County Fair

The annual Venango County Fair reaches its midpoint Wednesday with horse and beef shows, magic and more highlighting its daytime schedule. Also during the day Wednesday will be the Barnyard Olympics’ hay bale throwing contest, a Lego building contest and something called a towel folding contest. A pedal tractor pull will start at 5:00 PM,…

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Magistrate Rules Crawford County Pastor Has No Claim To Troy Township Church And Parsonage

A magisterial district judge in Titusville has dismissed an eviction lawsuit filed by a preacher from Conneaut, Ohio which sought to evict an 80 year-old pastor and his wife from their church and parsonage in Troy Township. Judge Amy Nichols ruled Monday the evidence does not exist to prove that 66 year-old Rudolph Babcock has…

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Reaction Is Immediate To EPA’s New Power Plant Rules

Reaction was swift and mixed following the release Monday by the federal Environmental Protection Agency of new power plant emissions standards. The most ambitious regulation calls for greenhouse gas emissions to be reduced by thirty-two percent below 2005 levels within the next fifteen years. Pennsylvania U.S. Congressman Glenn Thompson called the move the continuation of…

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