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Rick’s Racing Roundup: Ruhlman Takes Top Honors At Newly Reopened Knox Raceway

Rick’s Racing Roundup: Ruhlman Takes Top Honors At Newly Reopened Knox Raceway

| June 22, 2022

KNOX, Pa. – For the first time since 2015, Knox Raceway, formally Sportsman’s Speedway, hosted circle track racing under new owner Brian Steinman.

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SPONSORED: UFP Parker Offers Up to $1,850 in Bonuses With Employee Referral Program

SPONSORED: UFP Parker Offers Up to $1,850 in Bonuses With Employee Referral Program

| June 22, 2022

Do you know someone who works for UFP Parker, LLC?

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Postal Worker Indicted for Stealing Mail

Postal Worker Indicted for Stealing Mail

| June 22, 2022

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – A resident of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh on a charge of violating federal mail theft laws, United States Attorney Cindy K. Chung announced today.

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Cook Forest State Park Named One of the Best Places to Camp in U.S.

Cook Forest State Park Named One of the Best Places to Camp in U.S.

| June 21, 2022

PORTLAND, Or. – Cook Forest State Park has been named one of the best places to camp in the United States.

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Clear Creek, Parker Dam to Host Sustainability Fairs

Clear Creek, Parker Dam to Host Sustainability Fairs

| June 20, 2022

SIGEL, Pa. – Clear Creek and Parker Dam State Parks will once again be hosting Sustainability Fairs, showcasing local and statewide businesses, agencies, and organizations who promote sustainable technologies, practices or products.

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DUI Crash: Vehicle Goes Airborne on State Route 8, Crashes Down Steep Hillside

DUI Crash: Vehicle Goes Airborne on State Route 8, Crashes Down Steep Hillside

| June 19, 2022

SANDYCREEK TWP., Pa. (EYT) – An intoxicated driver was taken into custody after crashing his vehicle down a steep hillside off State Route 8 in Sandycreek Township, Venango County.

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Wolf Continues Push For $2,000 Direct Payments To Pennsylvanians As Prices Soar

Wolf Continues Push For $2,000 Direct Payments To Pennsylvanians As Prices Soar

| June 19, 2022

​COATESVILLE, Pa. – Governor Tom Wolf’s cabinet member Department of Human Services Acting Secretary Meg Snead was joined by Representative Dan Williams at Coatesville City Hall on Thursday to call on Pennsylvania’s General Assembly to act to support Pennsylvanians by passing legislation for the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)-funded $500 million PA Opportunity Program, which […]

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State Police Calls: Harassment via Post-it Notes, Burglary, Identity Theft

State Police Calls: Harassment via Post-it Notes, Burglary, Identity Theft

| June 19, 2022

Franklin-based State Police responded to the following incidents:

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Two Oil City Men Jailed After Federal Agents Seize Package Containing Cocaine, Weed

Two Oil City Men Jailed After Federal Agents Seize Package Containing Cocaine, Weed

| June 16, 2022

OIL CITY, Pa. (EYT) – Two Oil City men are behind bars after federal agents intercepted a package containing suspected cocaine and marijuana.

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New Downtown Franklin Mural to be Unveiled During Ceremony

New Downtown Franklin Mural to be Unveiled During Ceremony

| June 15, 2022

FRANKLIN, Pa. – The community is invited to attend the unveiling ceremony for the new mural installed on the side of the Barrow-Civic Theatre. The mural was created by students at the Franklin High School and panels were painted by community members and elementary classes.

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