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9/13/2011

Pennsylvania Supreme Court holds Historic Session at Historic Site
 
For the first time, a session of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will be televised.
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9/11/2011

Flight 93 10th Annual Memorial Service
 
Governor Tom Corbett spoke at the Tenth Commemorative Service of September 11, 2001 held at the newly dedicated Flight 93 National Memorial, Buckstown Road in Shanksville.
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9/11/2011

Gov. Tom Corbett Attends September 11th Commemoration Ceremony in Shanksville
 
Governor Tom Corbett spoke during the Tenth Commemorative Service of September 11, 2001 held at the newly dedicated Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville.
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9/10/2011

Governor Corbett Views Affected Flood Areas in the Harrisburg, Hershey, Lancaster and York Areas; Says the Worst of the Flooding is Over
 
Governor Tom Corbett today said that the worst of the flooding in central and eastern Pennsylvania is over and that authorities are entering the recovery phase of this disaster.
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9/10/2011

Governor Corbett Views Affected Flood Areas in the Harrisburg, Hershey, Lancaster and York Areas; Says the Worst of the Flooding is Over
 
Governor Tom Corbett today said that the worst of the flooding in central and eastern Pennsylvania is over and that authorities are entering the recovery phase of this disaster.
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9/10/2011

Governor Corbett Views Affected Flood Areas in Central PA
 
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9/9/2011

Governor Corbett Views Affected Flood Areas in the Northeast, Warns that Crisis is not Over
 
Governor Tom Corbett tonight said that the state is now in the rescue phase of the flooding disaster, and urged residents to stay away from the water.
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9/9/2011

Governor Corbett Views Affected Flood Areas in the Northeast, Warns that Crisis is not Over
 
Governor Tom Corbett tonight said that the state is now in the rescue phase of the flooding disaster, and urged residents to stay away from the water.
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9/9/2011

Governor Corbett Views Affected Flood Areas in the Northeast
 
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9/8/2011

Governor Corbett Updates Flooding, Emergency Situation
 
Governor Tom Corbett said Pennsylvania is now at the highest level for state disaster response as a result of the torrential overnight rainfall and subsequent flooding in central and northeastern Pennsylvania.
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9/8/2011

Governor Corbett Updates Flooding, Emergency Situation
 
Governor Tom Corbett said Pennsylvania is now at the highest level for state disaster response as a result of the torrential overnight rainfall and subsequent flooding in central and northeastern Pennsylvania.
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9/8/2011

Governor Corbett says Flooding Impacts will Continue. Urges Public to Heed Safety Warnings, Stay Away From Floodwaters
 
Governor Tom Corbett tonight said that the state is now in the rescue phase of the developing flooding disaster, and assured residents of central and eastern Pennsylvania that all state agencies, including State Police, the National Guard and the governor's Cabinet are fully focused on this situation.
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9/8/2011

Governor Corbett says Flooding Impacts will Continue. Urges Public to Heed Safety Warnings, Stay Away From Floodwaters
 
Governor Tom Corbett tonight said that the state is now in the rescue phase of the developing flooding disaster, and assured residents of central and eastern Pennsylvania that all state agencies, including State Police, the National Guard and the governor's Cabinet are fully focused on this situation.
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9/7/2011

Governor Corbett, PEMA Urge Residents to Prepare for Flooding, Possible Evacuations
 
Governor Tom Corbett tonight urged residents in central and eastern Pennsylvania to remain vigilant in light of continued rain, quickly rising rivers and streams, as well as dangerous flash flooding resulting from the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee.
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9/7/2011

Governor Corbett, PEMA Urge Residents to Prepare for Flooding, Possible Evacuations
 
Governor Tom Corbett tonight urged residents in central and eastern Pennsylvania to remain vigilant in light of continued rain, quickly rising rivers and streams, as well as dangerous flash flooding resulting from the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee.
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