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Governor Shapiro Lights Capitol Green in Celebration of Philadelphia Eagles Advancing to Super Bowl LVII

Governor Shapiro Lights Capitol Green in Celebration of Philadelphia Eagles Advancing to Super Bowl LVII

| February 1, 2023

HARRISBURG, Pa. – This week, Governor Josh Shapiro helped to light the west side of the Capitol green along North 3rd Street to celebrate the Philadelphia Eagles’ advancement to Super Bowl LVII following their Sunday night win at home over the San Francisco 49ers.

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Clarion’s Shelly Jones Named PSAC Women’s Field Athlete of the Week

Clarion’s Shelly Jones Named PSAC Women’s Field Athlete of the Week

| January 31, 2023

LOCK HAVEN, Pa. — The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) announced its women’s track & field athletes weekly award winners on Monday.

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Three Generations of ‘Scott Walters’ Officiate at Venango Catholic Varsity Basketball Game

Three Generations of ‘Scott Walters’ Officiate at Venango Catholic Varsity Basketball Game

| January 28, 2023

OIL CITY, Pa. (EYT) – Scott Walters was introduced to the game of basketball at the Franklin YMCA in 1955. He began officiating the game 20 years later.

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ALL HE CAN BE: Oil City’s Cam Crocker Choses to Continue Football and Academic Career at Army

ALL HE CAN BE: Oil City’s Cam Crocker Choses to Continue Football and Academic Career at Army

| January 25, 2023

OIL CITY, Pa. (EYT/D9) — West Point, N.Y., was the last place Cam Crocker ever thought he would be.

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PA Fish & Boat Commission Encouraging Safety During Changing Seasons, Conducts Quarterly Business

PA Fish & Boat Commission Encouraging Safety During Changing Seasons, Conducts Quarterly Business

| January 24, 2023

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) began its quarterly business meeting by encouraging anglers to be safe on the ice and water when taking advantage of remaining winter fishing opportunities, especially during times when the temperature warms but the water remains very cold.

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Clarion University Wrestling: Feldkamp, Schickel Ranked in First NCAA Coaches Poll

Clarion University Wrestling: Feldkamp, Schickel Ranked in First NCAA Coaches Poll

| January 20, 2023

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana — The NCAA released its first batch of Division I coaches rankings for the 2022-23 season, with a pair of Clarion Golden Eagles featured in the first release. Both Will Feldkamp (184 pounds) and Kyle Schickel (149 pounds) cracked the first ranking of the year.

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Hunter Roads Closing Early on Marienville District

Hunter Roads Closing Early on Marienville District

| January 15, 2023

MARIENVILLE, Pa. – The USDA Forest Service announced that the Hunter Roads in the Marienville Ranger District of Allegheny National Forest will close effective January 17, 2023.

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GUT CHECK TIME: On the Heels of a Tough Loss, Cranberry Uses Hot Shooting, Fast Start to Bounce Back Vs. Union

GUT CHECK TIME: On the Heels of a Tough Loss, Cranberry Uses Hot Shooting, Fast Start to Bounce Back Vs. Union

| January 13, 2023

RIMERSBURG, Pa. (EYT/D9) — Early, the Cranberry boys basketball team could do no wrong.

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Clarion Men’s Basketball: Golden Eagles Fall on the Road at Seton Hill

Clarion Men’s Basketball: Golden Eagles Fall on the Road at Seton Hill

| January 9, 2023

GREENSBURG, Pa. — The Golden Eagle men’s basketball team received a command scoring performance, but Clarion could not earn the win on the road as they fell to Seton Hill 90-68 on Saturday afternoon.

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The Medical Minute: Time Essential When Treating Cardiac Arrest in Athletes

The Medical Minute: Time Essential When Treating Cardiac Arrest in Athletes

| January 8, 2023

HERSHEY, Pa. – For minutes that seemed to drag on endlessly on January 2, tens of thousands of NFL fans at Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati and millions more watching on television around the globe held their collective breath.

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