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2/22/2007

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Bigger Trout
 
Bigger is better! And as one worm learns, big trout are coming to Pennsylvania.
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1/16/2007

Inaugural Ceremony of 2007
 
The swearing-in of Governor Edward G. Rendell for his second term
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6/20/2006

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PA Preferred "Summer Spot"
 
Campaign for Dept. of Agriculture to promote "Pennsylvania Preferred Products"
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6/20/2006

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PA Preferred "Winter Spot"
 
Campaign for Dept. of Agriculture to promote "Pennsylvania Preferred Products"
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6/20/2006

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PA Preferred "Spring Spot"
 
Campaign for Dept. of Agriculture to promote "Pennsylvania Preferred Products"
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5/31/2005

Answering The Call
 
Pennsylvanians in Service to the Nation
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1/21/2003

Inaugural Ceremony of 2003
 
The swearing-in of Governor Edward G. Rendell for his first term
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1/1/2002

The Unusual Suspects
 
Recognizing Sexual Predators
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11/11/2001

First Lady Susan Corbett Marks Veterans Day, Tours Military Museum
 
First Lady Susan Corbett today honored Pennsylvania's military men and women by touring the Pennsylvania Military Museum
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1/19/1999

Inaugural Ceremony of 1999
 
The swearing-in of Governor Ridge for his 2nd Term
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9/9/1997

The Days of Sail
 
The US Brig Niagara
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1/17/1995

1995 Gubernatorial Inauguration
 
The swearing-in ceremony of Governor Tom Ridge
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1/20/1987

Inauguration of Robert P. Casey
 
First Term Inaugural Ceremonies on the front steps of the Capitol
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1/1/1900

Governor Corbett Honors Holocaust Victims at Remembrance Event
 
Governor Tom Corbett today paid tribute to victims of the Holocaust at a remembrance ceremony held in the Reception Room at the state Capitol.
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1/1/1900

Success of Governor Corbett's Justice Reinvestment Initiative Receives National Recognition
 
Washington, D.C. - Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett today, along with West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin, members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, was recognized by the National Reentry Resource Center for his leadership in the area of criminal justice reform.
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