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Clarion Man Charged in Connection with Recent Drug Raid
According to court documents, CNET filed the following criminal charges against 37-year-oldRichard L. Dee, of Clarion:
Clarion Man Accused of Punching Victim Multiple Times, Breaking His Nose
Court documents indicate that the Clarion-based State Police filed criminal charges against 35-year-oldMichael Lee Rodriguez Cavesof Clarion, on Thursday, October 18.
Woman charged for putting gun in child's backpack
The police allege that Merlo, who is a family member of the student, stole the firearm from the student’s guardian’s vehicle on or about September 14th and then placed the firearm into the student’s backpack during a visit to the student’s home on September 16th.
UPDATE: Police Identify Suspect Accused of Rummaging Through Vehicles in Shippenville, Charges Pending
According to Trooper Jones, of the Clarion-based State Police, the suspect has been identified from a source that called in Friday morning after seeing photos posted on.
Clarion County Photo of the Day
Explore’s Brent Saylor with Cassie Westover and her parents, beneficiaries of the money raised at the first annual Western Pennsylvania Wing Competition, held at Zack’s in New Bethlehem on Monday evening. Cassie is battling a rare form of cancer called Esthesioneuroblastoma.
Man Sentenced Up to 60 Years in Prison for Drug Delivery In Reynoldsville Related to Woman’s Death
On August 17th, a jury rendered guilty verdicts againstEdward Minner, 66, of Philadelphia, Pa., of fourteen counts of Delivery of a Controlled Substance, and other related charges. Jefferson County Common Pleas Judge John Foradora found Minner guilty of Persons Not to Possess Firearms on September 1
2 Venango jail inmates facing assault charges
Police watched a video recording that showed Robin Harris II, 42, and Kenneth Adams Jr., 31, engaging in a physical fight in their cell. Harris also tried to stab Adams with a broken broomstick, the complaint said.
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Clarion County Recipe of the Day: Apple Stuffing Muffins
1/4 cup butter, cubed3 tablespoons canola oil1 large onion, chopped2 celery ribs, chopped3 medium apples, peeled and chopped1/2 teaspoon salt1/2 teaspoon dried rosemary, crushed1/2 teaspoon pepper8 cups stuffing mix3 cups vegetable broth1 cup dried cranberries1/4 cup minced fresh parsley
Opioid crisis continues to affect local hospital admissions
Last year, one in 37 Pennsylvania hospital admissions were opioid-related, according to a research brief released Tuesday by the Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council.That included 201 admissions from Indiana County addresses, or 278 per 100,000. Statewide, PHC4 reported 36,712 admission
BREAKING NEWS: Woman Charged with Assaulting Oil City Police Officer
Court documents indicate the Oil City Police Department filed the following criminal charges against 49-year-oldGayle A. Raybuck, of Knox, on Wednesday, October 17:
Tractor-trailer rollover shuts down part of I-80
There is a detour at exit 70 near Strattanville, which takes drivers through Brookville, officials said.
Car Slams into Bear on Route 28
CLOVER TWP., JEFFERSON CO., Pa. (EYT)– Police say two black bears caused a one-vehicle crash early Thursday morning in Clover Township.
Brockway travels to Clarion for key matchup
With just two games remaining in the regular season, Tri-County Area teams enter Week 8, some looking to continue their strong seasons, while others look to end the year on a high note after tough seasons.
Clarion-Limestone School Board Fires Back at Teachers
The Clarion-Limestone teachers do not have a contract because they rejected the fact-finder’s report, not because it was “unsuccessful.” Had the teachers accepted the report, the starting salary for a first-year teacher would be $44,000 and the top step for a teacher with nineteen (19) or more years
Venango County Woman Faces Wrongful Death Suit for Fatal DUI Crash in Titusville
CRAWFORD CO., Pa. (EYT)– A Venango County woman, currently incarcerated for a DUI crash that killed a Titusville woman, is now facing a wrongful death suit by the victim’s daughter.
Former Catholic priest pleads guilty in sexual abuse case
BROOKVILLE — A former Roman Catholic priest, David Poulson, 65, of Oil City, pleaded guilty to two felonies Wednesday in Jefferson County Common Pleas Court. Both charges were based on the sexual abuse of children.
Ex-Oil City man pleads guilty in firearms case
A former Oil City resident pleaded guilty in federal court on Monday to violating firearms laws, United States Attorney Scott W. Brady announced Tuesday.Emmett Freshcorn, 30, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of firearms by a convicted felon before U.S. District Judge Cathy Bissoon, accordin
Man jailed in dog’s stabbing death
A White Township man is in jail after being accused of stabbing his dog to death with a kitchen knife at his residence, state police said.Benjamin Douglas Miller, 26, was charged with a third-degree felony for aggravated cruelty to animals resulting in serious bodily injury or death, a second-degree
Clarion University Baseball Haunted House Opens on Friday
CLARION, Pa.– For two weekends in October, Clarion University’s Given Hall will be transformed into a Haunted House full of scares, thrills, and excitement!