Local Couple Accused of Enlisting Juvenile Daughter to Assist Them in Shoplifting at Walmart Receive Sentenceexplore venango2 DAYS AGO
Venus Man Accused of Stealing ATV
TIONESTA, Pa. – A Clarion County man is facing multiple charges in connection with the theft of an ATV. A criminal complaint has been filed against David T. Sacunas Jr., 41, of Venus, in the Magisterial District Court of Forest County, Pennsylvania, accusing him of theft and trespassing among other charges.
WEATHER ALERT: Winter Weather Advisory – Lake Effect Snow Expected for Venango County
VENANGO CO., Pa. (EYT) – A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Venango County and surrounding areas. Weather Alerts for the Venango County area are brought to you by Deets Mechanical of Seneca, Pa. The National Weather Service of Pittsburgh, Pa., issued the following Urgent Winter Weather Message...
Curllsville: Echoes of a Forgotten Era
Amidst the rolling hills of Clarion County, Pennsylvania, the ghost town of Curllsville stands as a testament to the passage of time. Established in 1827, this once-bustling town now whispers its history through abandoned structures and overgrown paths. Explorers and photographers are drawn to its eerie charm, seeking to capture the essence of its historic allure. The town's origins, marked by the establishment of St. John's Reformed congregation, reflect a community once anchored by spiritual unity and communal bonds.
Injured Karns City QB Mason Martin in 'frustrating' spot
The father of injured Karns City quarterback Mason Martin has provided another update on his current condition. Mason was injured in early September, suffering a serious head injury with bleeding.
Owners of 5 Pennsylvania McDonald’s pay $26,000 in fines over alleged child labor law violations
The U.S. Department of Labor says the owners of five McDonald’s in Pennsylvania violated child labor laws.
AAA: As the Holiday Ends, Gas Prices Are Still Dropping
VENANGO COUNTY, Pa. — Gas prices are five cents lower in Western Pennsylvania this week at $3.623 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report. This week’s average prices: Western Pennsylvania Average: $3.623. Average price during the week of November 20, 2023: $3.676. Average price...
Whispers from the Past: The Haunted Echoes of Leeper, Missouri
Nestled in the shadows of history, Leeper, Missouri, whispers of a chilling past that reaches out to both locals and visitors alike. The old Leeper Hotel, now a hollow echo of its former glory, stands as a beacon for those who chase the thrills of the paranormal. Captain William T. Leeper, a figure shrouded in infamy due to his Civil War notoriety, is rumored to stalk the corridors of his namesake establishment. His end, filled with visions of demons, may have set the stage for the hauntings that now envelop the hotel and its surrounding woods.
Knox Community Park: The Heartbeat of Community Life
Nestled in the bustling heart of the city, Knox Community Park stands as the crown jewel of communal recreation and celebration. With its lush expanses and diverse facilities, the park offers an idyllic setting for both leisure and festivities. Families revel in the playground's safe embrace, while the pavilion and baseball field become arenas of joyous gatherings and spirited games. The walking trails, meandering through picturesque landscapes, provide a peaceful retreat for nature lovers and fitness enthusiasts alike.
The Indelible Mark of the Fishers: Pioneers of Fisher, Pennsylvania
In the verdant landscape of Pennsylvania lies the town of Fisher, a community with deep historical roots that can be traced back to the Fisher family, among the earliest settlers in the area. Their saga, which began with Miers Fisher, a Quaker lawyer from Philadelphia, encompasses a rich tapestry of resilience and dedication to shaping the society around them. The Fisher name, originating from 1200s England, became synonymous with civic contribution and social progress in this small American town.
Local Man Accused of Fleeing Scene of Motorcycle Crash That Injured Passenger Due in Court Tomorrow
CLARION CO., Pa. (EYT) – A hearing for a Seneca man who allegedly fled the scene of a motorcycle crash in Richland Township that injured his passenger is scheduled for Tuesday morning. According to court documents, a preliminary hearing for 28-year-old Colin Edwin Agin, of Seneca, is scheduled for...
Echoes of Prosperity: The Silent Legacy of Kossuth's Ghost Town
Kossuth's Ghost Town stands as a silent testament to the transient nature of prosperity. Once a hive of activity during the 19th-century oil boom, this small village in Alcorn County, Mississippi, now hosts fewer than 500 residents. The town's vibrant epoch is immortalized in the rusting derricks and dilapidated pump houses that dot the landscape, inviting history enthusiasts to explore the bygone era of economic marvels. As the air in Kossuth thickens with nostalgia, its quiet streets and architectural relics offer a museum of the open air to those curious about the lifeblood industry that shaped the town and the nation.
Local Couple Accused of Enlisting Juvenile Daughter to Assist Them in Shoplifting at Walmart Receive Sentence
VENANGO CO., Pa. (EYT) – A local couple accused of enlisting their minor daughter to assist them in shoplifting at Walmart have pleaded guilty to Retail Theft. According to court documents, 40-year-old Travis James Parker and 35-year-old Ashley Ann Parker, both of Sandy Lake, pleaded guilty to a second-degree misdemeanor charge of Retail Theft.
Fryeburg Fair: A Storied Tradition as America's Oldest Agricultural Festival
Nestled in the heart of Maine, the Fryeburg Fair stands as a symbol of tradition and community, with its origins tracing back to 1851. As the oldest fair in America, it beckons thousands to the picturesque town of Fryeburg, PA, each fall, to celebrate a legacy that began with local farmers and merchants from the West Oxford Agricultural Society. This year, from October 1 to October 8, the fairgrounds will be abuzz with the largest steer and oxen show in the world, agricultural exhibits, and a museum that showcases the evolution of farming.
Police: Brookville Man Faces Charges for Filing Fraudulent Deer Collision Claim
BROOKVILLE BOROUGH, Pa. (EYT) – A Brookville man is facing charges for allegedly filing a fraudulent insurance claim for a deer collision. Court documents indicate the Office of the Attorney General filed the following criminal charges against 43-year-old Matthew Todd Shaffer, of Brookville, in Magisterial District Judge Gregory M. Bazylak’s office on Tuesday, November 21:
Burglar Who Allegedly Left Personal Items at Scene of Rockland Township Camp Due in Court on Wednesday
VENANGO CO., Pa. (EYT) – A hearing is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon for an area man facing felony charges after being identified as the perpetrator in a Rockland Township burglary. (Photo by Gavin Fish) According to court documents, a preliminary hearing for 37-year-old Michael Allen Christie, of Slippery Rock,...
Gridiron Glory: Celebrating Karns City High School's Football Legacy
Karns City High School's football team, the Gremlins, are a beacon of pride for their local community in Pennsylvania. Their storied past is filled with district championships and memorable Friday night games that bring together fans from all walks of life. Coached by legends like Ed Conto and Joe Sherwin, the Gremlins have crafted a legacy of success and spirit that echoes through the halls of District 9 sports history.
Police: Oil City Man With Prior Retail Theft Convictions Caught Under-Ringing at Walmart
VENANGO CO., Pa. (EYT) — An Oil City man is facing a felony charge of Retail Theft after he was reportedly caught on video under-ringing merchandise at Walmart. Court records indicate that on November 19, Franklin-based Pennsylvania State Police filed criminal charges against 37-year-old Ronald Andrew Hack Jr., of Oil City, in Magisterial District Judge Patrick E. Lowrey’s office.
Police: Local Convicted Felon Charged for Possessing Rifle in Clarion County Residence
KNOX, Pa. (EYT) – A local convicted felon was charged after his landlord discovered a rifle in his residence in Knox. Court documents indicate the Knox Borough Police Department filed criminal charges against 47-year-old Daniel Wesley Fair Jr., of Emlenton, on Monday, November 20, in Magisterial District Judge Jarah Lee Heeter’s office.
Featured Local Job: Fiscal Assistant
Clarion County has an opening for a full-time Fiscal Assistant. Full-Time, 80 hours per pay. BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective the first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, county pays 87.5%). $1,500 stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 20 vacation days (exempt allocation), 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, and 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).
Domestic Dispute in Brookville Leads to Multiple Charges Against Area Man
According to court documents, the Brookville Borough Police Department filed the following criminal charges against 35-year-old Jeremiah Ross Hinderliter, of Leeper, in Magisterial District Judge Gregory M. Bazylak ’s office on September 18:. Aggravated Assault – Attempts to cause SBI or causes injury with extreme indifference, Felony 1.