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- Knox Mayor’s Spotlight - "Sportsmen Outfitters"

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Sportsmen Outfitters - Knox, PA - Randy Culberson, Owner

This month the business spotlight rolls over to “SPORTSMEN OUTFITTERS” at 526 East State Street here in Knoxerland.

SPORTSMEN OUTFITTERS is a full service supplier of everything & anything that any Sportsman would ever want or need. Folks come from miles around to shop at Sportsmen Outfitters here in Knox.

Emlenton Resident, Sara E. McNany, Dies at Age 100

Sara E. McNany

Sara E. McNany, 100, of Crawford Corners Rd., Emlenton, Scrubgrass Twp., Venango County, went to be with the Lord, Sunday afternoon, March 8, 2015 at Orchard Manor in Grove City.

Sara was born in Scrubgrass Twp. on September 2, 1914. She was the daughter of Arthur J. and Anna Hagerty Milford.

Self-Publishing Conference to Be Held

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It seems everyone has a book in mind that they’d love to write. Some only want to give copies to their friends and relatives; others would like to sell their book. But the process of putting their ideas on paper and getting them printed into book form can seem to be an overwhelming task.
The staff at Mechling Bookbindery/Bookbinders Workshop, of Chicora, hopes to calm the fears of would-be writers. They are holding a “Self-Publishing Conference” on Saturday, April 25, 2015 for those who want to see their dream come true.

Mass of Thanksgiving to Be Held for Local Firemen

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Local Fireman

On the night of Thursday, February 5th, the Emlenton Mill burned down. Also destroyed was the household and business of Amy Whitehill, Amy’s Closet.  This was a great tragedy for our community, but also an occasion of great heroism and civic virtue. St. Michael’s Church in Emlenton will be offering thanks to God for the gift of our brave firefighters. On Saturday, March 14th, St. Michael’s parish invite the firefighters of the Emlenton borough and the surrounding area to celebrate a Mass of Thanksgiving at 5 P.M.

Mass of Thanksgiving to Held for Local Firemen

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Local Fireman

On the night of Thursday, February 5th, the Emlenton Mill burned down. Also destroyed was the household and business of Amy Whitehill, Amy’s Closet.  This was a great tragedy for our community, but also an occasion of great heroism and civic virtue. St. Michael’s Church in Emlenton will be offering thanks to God for the gift of our brave firefighters. On Saturday, March 14th, St. Michael’s parish invite the firefighters of the Emlenton borough and the surrounding area to celebrate a Mass of Thanksgiving at 5 P.M.

Local Business Owner Announces Candidacy for Clarion County Commissioner

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Ted Tharan

KNOX, Pa. – Ted Tharan, resident of Beaver Township and life-long resident of the Knox area, has announced that he is running for the Republican office of Clarion County Commissioner.

Angi Keller Announces Her Candidacy for Clarion County Commissioner

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Angi Keller

PORTER TOWNSHIP – Angi Keller of Porter Township recently announced her intent to place her name on the Republican ticket for the office of Clarion County Commissioner in the May 19 primary election.

PA Youth . . . Get Certified For A Hunting License . . . On-Line

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Youth . . . Get Certified for a Hunting License on-line.

Option allows new hunters to complete Hunter-Trapper Education anywhere, anytime. Many first-time buyers of Pennsylvania hunting or furtaker licenses have a new, convenient option for completing the required certification course. A new, online-only Hunter-Trapper Education course is available from the Pennsylvania Game Commission. The course, which can be completed online in about six to eight hours, is available to students ages 16 and older.

Diocese of Erie responds to appeal ruling

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Erie Diocese Shield

The Diocese of Erie was disappointed by the opinion issued last week, February 11, 2015. in the cases the Erie and Pittsburgh dioceses had brought against the government under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in the United States Court of Appeals. At issue was whether the dioceses—which are exempt from the provisions of the Affordable Care Act requiring employers to provide health insurance coverage for products and services against its teachings—can be considered separate from the nonprofit charitable and educational organizations they sponsor.

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