News Live 365: March 29th, 2018

Warrant for Dennis Horner

PSP Clarion
State Police in Clarion County have issued an arrest warrant for Dennis Horner of Rimersburg. Horner is wanted for aggravated assault by vehicle and multiple other charges in connection to a head on collision in February that injured himself and two others. Horner is a 61 year old white male labeled as a habitual DUI offender, he has blue almost grey eyes and thinning grey hair that is kept cut close. Call (814)226-1710 with any information on his whereabouts.

 

Edinboro University President Steps Down Tomorrow

Radio PA
Local
news has become state news. H. Fred Walker, President of Edinboro University, is resigning from his position effective at the end of Friday. Many members of the University Faculty called for his departure after disparaging comments he made about them in a profile by the Chronicle of Higher Education. The University’s Provost Michael Hannon will take over as acting president.

 

Rep. Nesbit Educating Students About Personal Finance

Press Office of PA State Representative Tedd Nesbit
State Representative Tedd Nesbit is hosting a financial literacy seminar to educate high school students and their families about banking and credit. At 6 PM on Thursday April 19th inside Grove City High School an expert from the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities will cover subjects like banking, prioritizing debt, understanding credit scores, and more. Please RSVP to this free event by April 10th by calling (724) 458-4911 or email lmoore@pahousegop.com.

 

Mailbox Collision Injures Woman

PSP Clarion
A 66 year old woman from Corry was hospitalized in a single car accident tuesday morning in Erie County’s Concord Township. Carol Wilcox collided with the brick construction of a mailbox post while traveling east along state route 2018 and was taken to Corry Hospital for evaluation.

Farmers: Please Fill Out Your Census Form

Radio PA, USDA, Pennsylvania Department of Farming

Farmers are being urged to please participate in the USDA’s 2017 Agricultural Census. Less than 60% of Pennsylvania’s farmers have so far responded to the questionnaire so far.  If you make more than $1,000 per year selling crops from a farm or a garden you qualify as a farmer for purpose of the census. Responding to the USDA in this matter helps shape food and agriculture policies across the commonwealth and the nation.