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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 2015, Titusville, Pennsylvania A Vij i a Jef Ltd cite Sailue put a 5" a Jav Ltd it Deralb saturday August 8,2015established june 14,1865. The first daily newspaper in the Pennsylvania Oil Region. 75 cent summer Send off Oil festival in full swing i Herald photos to Lohr top Jaylynn Davenport 6, enjoys the bouncy slide at the kids fun zone located in the family video parking lot Bottom Katerina Mccray 4, looks in the Mirror after getting her face painted by Dawn Sunshine Gurtner of a splash of Sunshine Friday night at the Oil events a great Eastern cutlery store will be open from 7 . To i . A the Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad speeder cars will depart at 9 . A the Titusville open air Market sponsored by Titusville Renaissance inc., will open at to ., for More information Call 827-1012 a the Fine Art exhibit and Chalk walk will be held at main Street elementary school from to . To 4 . A Craft vendors will be in Scheide Park from to . To 6 . And food vendors will be on Washington Street from to . To 7 . Kid zone on Central Avenue from to . To 7 . A annual Oil festival Parade will /4u /4mextc Cir Wash w. Spring Street True Vine i him of of Mai accepting cd i tanks Mem in in kick off at la . A the Pennsylvania Oil Region antique car show will be held on Spring Street following the Parade a free Tours of the Ida Tarbell House at 324 e. Main st., will be held from i to 4 . A first session of Drakes Folly Beer festival outside the Blue Canoe brewery will be held from i to 4 . A Community band performance in Scheide Park Gazebo from 2 to 3 . A second session of the Drakes Folly Beer festival will be held from 5 to 8 . A of amp to speeder cars depart at 6 . A pre fireworks family tailgate party with a necessary experience performing will be held at Carter Field at 8 . A fireworks at Carter Field at to .don�?Tt miss out on All of today a fun charges pending against Kane governor urges her resignation by Brad bump told trib total Media staff Norristown a in an office filled with political intrigue and astonishing vindictiveness attorney general Kathleen Kane gave her personal Driver and bodyguard so much Power that others called him the chief of staff. She asked him and another confidant to look secretly at employees emails. Documents released thursday a charging Kane with crimes related to leaking secret court files to Embarrass a former prosecutor a paint a vivid picture of a dysfunctional office in which Kane intimidated and threatened to fire underlings to get them to do her bidding undercut her top Deputy and later tried to blame him for her Legal woes. A this is War a Kane declared about her political foes in Philadelphia according to the Story investigators for Montgomery county District attorney Risa Vetri Forman Laid out in a 42-Page criminal complaint. Democratic gov. Tom Wolf called the charges serious and troubling. He urged Kane the first woman and Democrat elected to the office to resign. A she will have time to defend herself and i think she needs to do that but in the meantime i am calling on her to step aside step Down As attorney general a Wolf said. Kane 49, of Scranton vowed to fight the charges of perjury obstruction of Justice and abuse of office. A a resignation would be an admission of guilt and in a not guilty a she said in a statement. Ferman said she will prosecute Kane for violating grand jury secrecy Laws and lying about her actions under oath to a statewide grand jury in november. A no one is above the Law not even the chief Law enforcement officer of the state of Pennsylvania a Ferm an said. A a. When someone entrusted with upholding the Law violates that oath we Are All Ferm an charged Kane a Security agent Patrick Reese a former Dunmore police chief with indirect criminal contempt saying he gained Access to the files of the grand jury that was investigating his Boss. An audit of emails stored in the office computer system showed that Reese often searched emails that might contain information about the grand jury a investigation of her according to a separate criminal complaint against Reese. With key words Reese searched for emails regarding the grand jury its supervising Montgomery county judge William Carpenter its special prosecutor Thomas Carluccio and even retired Pennsylvania supreme court chief Justice Ronald Castine who supervised All statewide investigating grand juries the complaint says. He searched for reporters who wrote critically of Kane and topics such As a a subpoenas and the searches increased in frequency and were a clearly directed at gaining Access to information they were prohibited from knowing a the complaint says. At Kane a suggestion Reese gained Access to the system at the request of David c. Peifer special agent in charge of special investigations. Peifer was not charged. Many of the searches violated a judges order to protect grand jury witnesses the complaint says. Kane Likely will be arraigned by video conference saturday in a District judges office Ferman said. Kane a new York City lawyer Gerald Shargel said she would plead not guilty and seek a jury trial. Reese 47, represented by Harrisburg attorney Bill fetterhoff will appear at a hearing before Carpenter not scheduled. Fetterhoff declined to comment. The documents show Kane a control Over her office unravelling As she encountered turmoil during her three year tenure an exodus of top aides feuds with former prosecutors and people on staff and misstatements she had to retract. See governor Page 3 us Economy adds 215k jobs moves fed closer to hike in interest rate by Josh Bosk a economics writer Washington the . Job Market just demonstrated that it May be nearing full health More than six years after the great recession a and showed Why the Federal Reserve May be about to raise interest rates from record lows. July marked the latest month in a Streak of solid hiring with employers adding 215,000 jobs and the unemployment rate holding at a relatively Low 5.3 percent the government said Friday. Monthly Job growth has averaged 211,286 so far this year a level suggesting that employers Are confident the Economy will continue to expand and require More workers in the coming months and years. The government also said employers added a total of 14,000 More jobs in May and june than previously estimated. A another solid jobs report suggests the Economy is gaining strength and keeps the fed on track to raise rates As Early As the next meeting a in september Sal Guatieri a senior economist at boo capital markets said in a research note. The fed has held its key Short term rate near Zero since the financial crisis of 2008 to try to energize borrowing investing and spending. But now the fed is close to concluding that the Economy is Strong enough to withstand higher rates. Still Many americans remain anxious about the modest recovery. The Economy a Overall growth rate has remained lacklustre at an annualized Pace of 1.5 percent in the first of half the year and raises have been sluggish with average hourly earnings in july up just 2.1 percent from a year earlier. Some of those misgivings were on display thursday night at the first Republican presidential debate where the candidates talked of simplifying the tax code slashing regulations and easing the pressures on american workers resulting from immigration and global Trade. A the jobs that once sustained our Middle class a see jobs Page 3 Centerville woman 46, killed in route 8 crash Herald a 46-year-old Centerville woman was killed in a crash on state route 8 Early thursday where Speed and alcohol were factors said Pennsylvania state police. Robyn n. Southall died at an Erie Hospital on thursday As a result of injuries sustained in a one vehicle crash in which she was the Driver according to Corry based state police. The Accident happened thursday around 12 45 ., As Southall was travelling northbound on route 8, in Athens township about too feet North of Kelsey Road. She lost control of the Chevrolet Camara she was driving on a left hand curve. The Camara spun As it crossed the southbound Lane and went off the Road breaking through a Fence and entering a farm Field. The car then hit two Large Concrete blocks simultaneously with the rear end and right Side door. The Concrete blocks were positioned in front of a Gas Well pipeline connection. When the car hit the blocks Southall was ejected out the passengers Side door and came to rest in the Field police said. A helicopter flew Southall to ump Hamot in Erie but she succumbed to her injuries at the Hospital according to the Accident report. According to police she was not wearing her Seatbelt in the Accident and Speed and alcohol were factors in the crash. A when the crash happened the Impact shifted the Concrete blocks and one struck the pipeline connection. First responders shut off the line. Index classifieds.11 comics.10 community.5 help.7 opinion.4 sports.8 vital statistics.3 �97113"6 Contact us the Titusville Herald 209 w. Spring st., Titusville pa., 16354 phone 814 827-3634 online email a. Lottery death weather pick 2 6, 0 m amp 3, 5 n picks 8, 4, 7 m amp 3, i. 2 n pick 4 4, 0, 4, 1 m amp 3, 0, 0, 7 n pick 5 4, 6, 0, 7, 3 m amp 7, 1, 9. 5, 0 n Cash 5 2, 3, 21,31 41 the azure Hunt 3. 4, 10, 22, 25 a Robyn Nadine Southall 46 today mostly sunny with a High near 82 Southeast wind around 5 mph becoming Calm in the morning tonight partly Cloudy with a Low around 58 Southeast wind around 5 mph for a Complete forecast turn to Page 3

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