Man unscathed after car rolls over and catches on fire
Erie County – A man survived a flaming I-90 crash and remained in one piece. According to the Pennsylvania State Police based in Girard, 18-year-old Tyler Janak of West Seneca New York was driving on Sunday morning when his car collided with a guardrail and rolled into the Interstate’s median where it caught fire. Tyler was able to escape the burning and overturned car without injury.
Clarion Hospital Foundation Scholarships
Clarion – The Clarion Hospital Foundation is accepting applications for its annual healthcare scholarships. Nine scholarships are only available for students who graduate or are graduating from schools in Clarion County, have a 3.0 grade point average, and plan to pursue a career in one of many medical specialties; some of these scholarships have their own specific requirements. Two further scholarships are available for students seeking an Associate’s and a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from PennWest Univerity of Clarion; applicants must be a graduate or future graduate of a Clarion, Forest, Jefferson, or Venango County high school; have a GPA of 3.0; and Plan to pursue their education in nursing, enter the Nurse Extern Program, and gain employment at BHS Clarion Hospital. More information and applications can be found online by visiting ButlerHealthSystem.org or call (814)226-1258 for more information.
Commonwealth Court shuts down Voter Records Subpoena
Harrisburg – The Commonwealth Court ruled against a lawsuit by the Senate Intergovernmental Affairs Committee, saying that the Senate has no legal rationale for wanting to review the confidential information of every registered voter in the state. Last year the Intergovernmental Affairs Committee requested that the PA Department of State hand over all information, including driver’s license and social security numbers for all 9 million registered voters in the state, and cited concerns about the 2020 election as their reason. The Department of State resisted, resulting in a Commonwealth Court battle. The case was argued last September with the three-panel judges’ ruling finally coming last Thursday.