List of CHS Senior Awards winners

Good Citizenship Award: Michael Gunn and Alex Finch

American Legion Scholastic Award: Hunter Redfield and Mackenzie Wenmoth

U.S. Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence Award: Saige Slater

U.S. Marines Distinguished Athlete Award: Trevor Gladin and Emily Duncan

U.S. Marines Semper Fidelis Award for Musical Excellence: Rachel Bell

The Ronald Reagan Student Leader Award: Kaylie Bruce

Electralloy Grand Prize Winner: Matthew McQuaide

Electralloy Runner-up: Brandon Hutchinson

Shippensburg University Board of Governor's Scholarship: Madison Cornelius

Thiel College Scholarship: Abigail Joseph

Duqsuene University Bayer School Scholarship: Chloe Rapp

Odd Fellows Home of Western Pennsylvania - Work: Aaron Kellerman

Clarion University Academic Scholarship: Blake Hart

KSAC Scholarship Boy: Daniel Fisher

KSAC Scholarship Girl: Madison Cornelius

Edgar Allen Memorial Scholarship: Emily Duncan and Daniel Fisher

Scott Sharp Memorial Scholarship: Jillian Plummer

Don Hall Memorial Award: Madison Cornelius

Byron A. Johnston Memorial/Outstanding Female: Madison Cornelius

Charles Evanoff Memorial/Outstanding Male Athlete: Matthew McQuaide

Eric Meade Memorial Award Outstanding in Baseball: Trevor Gladin

William McCullough Memorial Award: Matthew McQuaide

Outstanding Student in Spanish: Madison Cornelius

Outstanding Student in Language Arts: Jenna Seigworth

Outstanding Female Student in Physical Education: Megan Hadden

Outstanding Male Student in Physical Education: Brandon Hutchinson

Outstanding Student in Art: Daniel Fisher and Michael Gunn

Outstanding Student in Choral Music: Trevor Gladin

Outstanding Student in Science: Emily Duncan

Bauch Lomb Award: Jenna Seigworth

Outstanding Student in Instrumental Music: Rachel Bell

Outstanding Student in Jazz Band: Abigail Joseph

Outstanding Student in Social Studies: Scott Sharp and Jillian Plummer

Outstanding Student in Mathematics: Jenna Seigworth

National Honor Society Members: Elizabeth Adams, Rachel Bell, Kaylie Bruce, Madison Cornelius, Emily Duncan, Alex Finch, Daniel Fisher, Brandon Hutchinson, Jillian Plummer, Austin Seigworth, Jenna Seigworth, Mackenzie Wenmoth, Mikayla Wenmoth

Class Officers: President Elizabeth Adams, Vice President Saige Slater, Secretary Jenna Seigworth, Treasurer Michael Gunn

Presidential Education Achievement: Megan Hadden, Kyle Heigley, Keely Littlefield, Ty Mason, Terry Miller, Micah Moon, Johnathan Nuhfer, Kylee Prenatt, Wyatt Rowe, Austin Seigworth, Saige Slater, Bradyn Vonada, Bupe Watson

Presidential Education Excellence: Elizabeth Adams, Rachel Bell, Madison Cornelius, Abigail Detrich, Emily Duncan, Isiah Earp, Daniel Fisher, Trevor Gladin, Michael Gunn, Blake Hart, Garret Hogue, Kristen Hogue, Brandon Hutchison, Abigail Joseph, Matthew McQuaide, Cassidy Miller, Emilee Miller, River Perry, Jillian Plummer, Chloe Rapp, Hunter Redfield, Kyleigh Schleifer, Jenna Seigworth

Perfect Attendance: Brandon Hutchinson, Jillian Plummer, Austin Seigworth

Military Recognition Award Army: Haley Brand

Military Recognition Award Air Force: Alexander Fike

Military Recognition Award Navy: Trey Wright

Military Recognition Award National Guard: Daniel Wry

Honors: Cara Andres, Katheryne Birchard, Haley Brand, Alyssandra Carter, Jeremiah Chambers, Abigail Detrich, Isiah Earp, Joseph Gunn, Megan Hadden, Blake Hart, Garret Hogue, Logan Johnson, Andrew Jordan, Keely Littlefield, Chelsea McKissick, Matthew McQuaide, Anna Moore, Abigail Pedley, Kyleigh Schleifer, Richard Schneider, Saige Slater, Adam Smerkar, Christopher Smith, Jacob Umstead, Bradyn Vonada, Daniel Wry

High Honors: Elizabeth Adams, Rachel Bell, Kaylie Bruce, Madison Buchanan, Madison Cornelius, Emily Duncan, Alex Finch, Daniel Fisher, Trevor Gladin, Michael Gunn, Abigail Hanna, Kristen Hogue, Brandon Hutchinson, Abigail Joseph, Cassidy Miller, Emilee Miller, River Perry, Jillian Plummer, Chloe Rapp, Hunter Redfield, Austin Seigworth, Jenna Seigworth, Mackenzie Wenmoth, Mikayla Wenmoth

Salutatorian: Jenna Seigworth

Valedictorian: Madison Cornelius

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Girls volleyball: Sharpsville 3, Oil City 0; Union 3, Cranberry 0; C-L 3, Venango Catholic 0; Keystone 3, Karns City 0; CLA 3, Victory Christian 2 Girls soccer: Warren 13, Oil City 0; Harbor Creek 6, Franklin 1 Girls tennis: Oil City 4, Greenville 1

SCHOLASTIC GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Grove City 3, Franklin 0; Oil City 3, Union 1; Keystone 3, Venango Catholic 0; Slippery Rock Homeschoolers 3, Christian Life Academy 0

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A multivehicle accident at the intersection of Route 322 and Route 38 in Rockland Township this morning has forced the closure of a portion of Route 322.

The Derrick and The News-Herald will not be published today due to the Labor Day holiday. In addition, the newspaper offices are closed.

A big crowd was on hand to watch the Franklin Knights football team take on visiting Fairview in their home opener on Friday night in a non-region matchup at the Franklin High School field.

FOOTBALL FINALS: Greenville 49, Lakeview 15; Northwestern 54, Maplewood 0; Titusville 18, Corry 0; Titusville 18, Corry 0; Redbank Valley 59, Otto-Eldred 6; Union/A-C Valley 77, Sheffield 0; Keystone 36, Port Allegany 30; Fairview 41, Franklin 7

HARRISBURG (AP) — Masks will be required in all Pennsylvania public and private schools, as well as child care facilities, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Tuesday, reversing course amid a statewide COVID-19 resurgence that is filling hospital beds just as students return to class.

EDINBORO — Nearly three years ago, on September 14, 2018, Oil City’s football team lost a 17-12 decision to General McLane at Linden Field in Edinboro.

Interstate 80 eastbound is closed between exit 64 — Clarion/New Bethlehem Route 66 south —to Exit 70 Strattanville — Route 322 due to a camper rollover, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. Both lanes are blocked near mile marker 70. Estimated reopen time is 1:15 but c…

Route 28 in Redbank Township is closed in both directions due to a crash, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. The closure is between the intersection of Route 28 with Macadam Road, Shannondale Road and Dewey Road.

Children and their families flocked to the Oil City municipal swimming pool to cool off Monday as the summer season nears its end.

It was all about skips and stones on Saturday, as the Rock In River Festival returned to Franklin's Riverfront Park.

The Clarion/New Bethlehem eastbound ramp of Interstate 80 (exit 64) will be closed through Monday as part of an ongoing resurfacing project for I-80 in Clarion County.

The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Clarion, Forest, Venango and surrounding counties until 8 p.m. tonight. Showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected Wednesday as the remnants of Tropical Storm Fred move through the region, according to NWS. He…

A team of about 12 cyclists will set out next weekend on a 100-mile bike ride from Oil City to Pittsburgh in honor of an Oil City native who was killed in Iraq in 2007.

It may not be what people think of first when they envision a county fair, but the Venango County Fair Demolition Derby drew an enormous crowd, with people packing the bleachers in the grandstand and pit areas starting an hour before the event began.

The children of two crew members of the Beach City Baby, a C-53 that was in North Africa during World War II, came to see the plane their fathers flew at Saturday's Fly In/Cruise In at Venango Regional Airport.

As of 5:15 p.m., a portion of Bredinsburg Road in Cranberry Township is closed as the result of a one-vehicle crash, according to Venango County 911.

Every seat was filled Thursday in Oil City Council chambers as friends and family of six EMTs and paramedics from the Oil City Fire Department and Community Ambulance Service were honored for their quick response to a cardiac arrest in the city.

The Barrow-Civic Theatre in Franklin will return to regularly scheduled performances Friday with the production "Together Again for the First Time."

HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf today announced state employees in state health care facilities and high-risk congregate care facilities will be required to be either fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Sept. 7 or undergo weekly COVID-19 testing, according to a news release from Wolf's office. A…