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Gov. Tom Corbett speaks with Ray Walker at a rally held at Grice Community Museum on Thursday. Walker is the 102-year-old father of Secretary of the Department of Community and Economic Development, C. Alan Walker, as well as a community leader and long-time member and supporter of the Republican Party. (Photo by Wendy Lynn Brion)
Corbett campaigns in Clearfield as Election Day approaches
Friday, October 31, 2014
By Wendy Lynn Brion Staff Writer
Gov. Tom Corbett made a stop in Clearfield yesterday as part of his campaign tour for reelection. A rally was held at Grice Clearfield Community Museum, which included many supporters and, across the street, a few protestors as well.
Tom Grice welcomed Corbett and said he was an honor to have the governor and "our pistol packing members of the House of Representatives," Rep. Tommy Sankey, R-74 of Clearfield and Rep. Matt Gabler, R-75 of DuBois. Pat Domico, a member of the governor's Sportsmen's Council on Hunting and Fishing and Conservation noted, "If you love the outdoors, Corbett is your man."
Sankey also briefly spoke and said voters have a simple decision on Tuesday, moving the state forward, supporting the second more...

            
Gov. Tom Corbett greets several supporters at a rally held Thursday at the Grice Community Museum. The rally was held in support of the governor's reelection campaign. (Photo by Wendy Lynn Brion)

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West Branch downs Cambria Heights in D-6 semis
Friday, October 31, 2014
By Jaclyn Yingling Sports Editor
ALLPORT - After watching fifth-seeded Cambria Heights upset fourth-seeded Bellwood-Antis on Tuesday, West Branch head coach Terry Trude knew his team was going to have a dogfight on its hands.
So, when the Lady Highlanders came to town on Thursday to face off against the Lady Warriors in the District 6 Class A semifinals, Trude had a gameplan.
That gameplan helped keep Cambria Heights in check enough for West Branch to take a 25-23, 26-24, 26-24 sweep and advance to more...

The West Branch volleyball team celebrates after scoring a point against Cambria Heights in the District 6 Class A semifinals on Thursday. The Lady Warriors swept the Lady Highlanders and are headed back to the district title game for the first time since 2011. (Photo by Dennis McCamley)

Curwensville swept by Elk County Catholic
Friday, October 31, 2014
By Andy Stine Sports Writer
ST. MARYS - After taking out eighth-seeded Oswayo Valley on Tuesday in the opening round of the District 9 Class A tournament, the Curwensville volleyball team had the odds stacked against it in the quarterfinals in a match with top-seeded Elk County Catholic.
The Lady Tide saw first-hand how much of a buzzsaw the Lady Crusaders are as Elk County Catholic cruised to a straight-set win on Thursday evening. The Lady Tide fell by scores of 25-8, 25-14 and 25-13, eliminating them from the tournament.
"We have not played against a team of this caliber," said Curwensville head coach Sandy Bailor. "We came out and gave it our best. The girls played their hearts out. I told them ‘you come up against some teams that are a heck of a lot better than you.'
"We just have to walk out of the gym knowing that we got beat by a great team. They're a good, hard-hitting team, but I couldn't be any more prouder of my girls."
Not only did Curwensville seniors Jazmin Soult, Alaina Stiles, Ciara Strickland and Logan Witherite play in their final volleyball game, but Bailor also coached her final game on Thursday as she is calling it a career after 18 seasons at the helm of the Lady Tide. more...

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