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Crawford County

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  • Check out a bird's eye view of an #eagle nest on Pa. Game Commission website

     
    Last year, a young bald eagle fledged from a nest within the city limits of Pittsburgh for the first time in perhaps 200 years or more. And in the months that led up to that moment, hundreds looked on from a distance. This year, a pair of eagles is...
  • Early #migratory #bird seasons set in #Pennsylvania

     
    Pennsylvania’s early migratory bird seasons have been approved, and changes this year will increase the number of birds hunters can keep in their possession. The early seasons for mourning doves, Canada geese, woodcock and other migratory bird...
  • Bald #Eagles could be delisted as threatened species in #Pennsylvania

     
    FROM THE PENNSYLVANIA GAME COMMISSION: With its numbers in Pennsylvania continuing to soar ever higher, the bald eagle soon could be removed from the state’s list of threatened species. The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Bureau of Wildlife...
  • PA Welfare fraud adjudications for October released

    PA Welfare fraud adjudications for October released
    Nine Pennsylvania residents pleaded guilty to welfare fraud and/or were sentenced for their crimes during October, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) announced today. "Being lenient with individuals who commit welfare fraud sends the message that it's...
  • Corbett Names Ag Secretary; Cabinet Vacancies Remain.

     
    The Corbett Administration ... ... has picked a 59-year-old farmer from Crawford County to lead the state Department of Agriculture. In a press release put out late this afternoon, the administration said it had nominated George Grieg, of Linesville, as.....
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Santorum's Magical Mystery Tour.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Now that Fox News has handed him his walking papers, it looks like Our Rick has plenty of time to devote to his true vocation: securing the GOP nomination for president in 2012 without making......
  • A dog's life gets better

     
    Don't fret, Fido. You can come too. Dogs will be allowed to stay with their owners at select state park cabins and camping cottages under a pilot program that will begin in April of next year, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources said...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Welcome To The Banana Republic.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Well if you weren't watching the proceedings of the PA House on the Tee-Vee machine yesterday (and if you have a life, who could blame you?), then you missed some serious hilarity. Lawmakers -- and......
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Transportation Funding Commission Recommends $2.7B In New Revenues.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The Corbett administration's Transportation Funding Commission met yesterday, where the panel unanimously recommended $2.7 billion in new revenues, including lifting the cap on the state's Oil Company Franchise Tax....
  • Pa. Game Commission to promote hunting, trapping, wildlife at four events

     
    Pennsylvania Game Commission officials in September will participate in and host four outdoors events promoting wildlife, hunting and trapping. In Crawford County, the 28th annual Pymatuning Ducks Unlimited Waterfowl Expo will be held Sept. 16-18 in and...
  • Corbett Gets Megan's Law Fixes.

     
    A Bill Closing Loopholes ... ... in Pennsylvania's Megan's Law statute is headed for Gov. Tom Corbett's desk. Under the bill approved by the state Senate, homeless and out-of-state sex offenders will face criminal penalties if they fail to register......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Ex-Sen. Orie to stay in jail during appeal.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. With little new to report on the budget front, we begin this morning with some law and order news instead. Former state Sen. Jane Orie, R-Allegheny, will stay in jail while she appeals her public......