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GAME COMMISSION URGES STATE SENATE TO INCREASE OFFICER SAFETY Legislation to allow Wildlife Conservation Officers to use body cameras already has cleared the House.

October 2, 2014
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Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director R. Matthew Hough today urged the state Senate to act quickly to pass legislation that would allow Wildlife Conservation Officers working for the Game Commission and Waterways Conservation Officers working for the state Fish and Boat Commission to wear body cameras in performance of their official duties.           The state...

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CHARGES FILED IN POACHING OF RECORD-CLASS BULL ELK Three bull elk illegally killed; one of them among the largest ever recorded in Pennsylvania

October 1, 2014
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CHARGES FILED IN POACHING OF RECORD-CLASS BULL ELK  Three bull elk illegally killed; one of them among the largest ever recorded in Pennsylvania

. One of the largest bull elk ever recorded in Pennsylvania was shot illegally along with two other bulls this month, and three Centre County men have been charged with teaming in a poaching effort, the Pennsylvania Game Commission announced.            The largest of the...

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School Funding Hearing Held in Clarion

October 1, 2014
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  Clarion University hosted a forum for testimony regarding public school funding in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania yesterday (Tuesday, September 30th) in the Gemmell Student Center.  Several speakers gave testimony regarding the current state of the education system’s financial picture, and possible ways to...

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Clarion County Commissioners Announce Job Grant

October 1, 2014
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  Clarion County Commissioners announced yesterday that the Northwestern Pennsylvania area has received grant funding for job-driven training to adults throughout the 6 northwest counties, of which Clarion is...

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Northwest Savings Bank “Antique Tractor Show” and PNC Junior Olympics Results

October 1, 2014
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Northwest Savings Bank “Antique Tractor Show” and PNC Junior Olympics Results

  The Autumn Leaf Festival Committee thanks  all of the participants and audience members who enjoyed the events throughout the nine days of the festival and still came out for...

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Union High School “Student of the Week” Senior: Michaela Lencer

September 30, 2014
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Union High School “Student of the Week”  Senior: Michaela Lencer

Union High School, “Student of the Week”  Senior: Michaela Lencer Daughter of Tisha Frederick of RImersburg, and Stephen Lencer of Leeper Activities:  Prom Committee, Art Club, National Honor Society,...

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Rallies Statewide Urge Rise in Minimum Wage to $10.10 Hourly in Pennsylvania

September 30, 2014
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Senator Judy Schwank of Berks County spoke in the Capital Rotunda today at one of a dozen rallies held statewide.  Groups supporting a raise for Pennsylvania’s minimum wage from...

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Ridgway Marine Missing in the South Pacific

September 30, 2014
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A Ridgway, Pennsylvania Marine has been missing since Friday off the coast of Tinian in the Mariana Islands, near Guam, in the South Pacific.  Cpl. Donovan Clancy, 26, of...

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2 Arrested In Connection With Grove City Murder

September 30, 2014
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2 Arrested In Connection With Grove City Murder

State Police have arrested two men in connection with the homicide of a Grove City man near the Mercer-Butler County line. According to State Police at the Mercer Barracks,...

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