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Venango Chamber Special Edition – The Derrick & The News-Herald

The Venango Chamber’s special edition published by The Derrick & The News-Herald came out at the end of May. This publication includes information about our:

  • Mission, objectives, board of directors, and staff
  • Advocacy, education, and leadership efforts
  • Be Here initiative
  • FLEX young professionals group
  • Festivals and events
  • Citizen, business, partner in business, and volunteer of the year
  • Community calendar and monthly newsletter

You can find this edition in the “Special Sections” of The Derrick’s website at or stop by our office at 24 Seneca Street in Oil City for a paper copy.

Business Review and Forecast to Publish Soon

The Derrick and TBusinessDevelopment2he News-Herald will publish the 79th annual Business Review and Forecast on Monday, February 18.  This special section will feature more than 300 articles on area businesses and agencies, giving information about progress and changes that occurred during 2018 and plans that may be in the works for 2019. Articles are divided into nine sections:

Section A — Oil City; Venango County Government

Section B — Franklin; Sugarcreek Borough

Section C — Cranberry; Titusville; Oil & Gas

Section D — Utilities; Financial; Real Estate

Section E — Health

Section F — Tourism

Section G — Education

Sections H & I — Clarion County

There is no fee involved in having a news story published in the Business Review and Forecast; however, the story must be “newsy” in nature.  Articles should contain information about new products or services, staffing changes, expansion projects, an anniversary or milestone, etc.

Submitted articles will be edited for content and space. Photos and company logos will be considered as space allows.

Articles may be dropped off at the newspaper office at 1510 W. First St., Oil City; mailed to:  Venango Newspapers, ATTN: Cindi Power, P.O. Box 928, Oil City, Pa. 16301; or emailed to: The deadline to submit your story is Wednesday, January 9.


This article was published in the Venango Area Chamber of Commerce’s December 2018 edition of the VenangoWorks! Newsletter.