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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| June 25, 2017

Photo captured at The Murray Lookout in Oil City. Submitted by ‎Justin Heckathorn.

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Say What?!: Californians Mistakenly Get False Alarm for 1925 Earthquake

Say What?!: Californians Mistakenly Get False Alarm for 1925 Earthquake

| June 25, 2017

California – Californians may have been surprised to see alerts this week for a large earthquake that none of them would have felt. That’s because the earthquake happened in 1925.

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Say What?!: Russian Auto Enthusiasts Weld Three Cars into a Massive Fidget Spinner

Say What?!: Russian Auto Enthusiasts Weld Three Cars into a Massive Fidget Spinner

| June 24, 2017

Russia – A group of experimental mechanics in Russia created an enormous fidget spinner by combining portions of three cars.

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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| June 23, 2017

Photo taken in Oil Creek State Park. Submitted by Ron Hilton.

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Say What?!: Clock Stuck in Wall Buzzes Every Night for 13 Years

Say What?!: Clock Stuck in Wall Buzzes Every Night for 13 Years

| June 23, 2017

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Jerry Lynn lost an alarm clock 13 years ago, and the timepiece still buzzes a reminder every night.

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PennDOT Announces the Commonwealth’s First Nationally Designated Bicycle Route – Route 50

PennDOT Announces the Commonwealth’s First Nationally Designated Bicycle Route – Route 50

| June 22, 2017

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced the designation of Pennsylvania’s first nationally designated bicycle route – U.S. Bicycle Route 50.

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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| June 22, 2017

Hasson Heights Swimming Pool. Photo submitted by Gus.

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Say What?!: Sold: Apple’s First Computer Fetches $355K

Say What?!: Sold: Apple’s First Computer Fetches $355K

| June 22, 2017

Apple’s first computer — the Apple-1 Personal Computer built in 1976 — was auctioned off for $355,000 last week.

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Traffic Patterns Changing at Hunter Station Bridge Replacement Project in Forest County

Traffic Patterns Changing at Hunter Station Bridge Replacement Project in Forest County

| June 22, 2017

TIONESTA TWP., Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation yesterday urged motorists to be alert to changing traffic patterns beginning on Thursday in the work area for the Hunter Station Bridge replacement project on Route 62 over the Allegheny River in Tionesta Township, Forest County.

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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| June 21, 2017

Oil City Residents Cam and Ed Cochran in Pittsburgh posing with the Stanley Cup. Photo submitted by Mary Cochran.

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