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Construction will soon be under way for a new medical facility in Moshannon Valley. The Moshannon Valley Community Medical Building, a project of Penn Highlands Clearfield, a subsidiary of Penn Highlands Healthcare, will open in 2015.
Philipsburg facility being built, to open in 2015
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
PHILIPSBURG - According to Penn Highlands Clearfield, a subsidiary of Penn Highlands Healthcare, construction will soon be under way for its new medical facility in Moshannon Valley.
The Moshannon Valley Community Medical Building is scheduled to open in 2015. The 23,000-square-foot-building, which will be located on 7 acres near the intersection of North Front and Railroad streets in Rush Township, more...

Boro planners review CCEDC's riverfront plan
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
By Jeff Corcino Staff Writer
The Clearfield Borough Planning Commission reviewed the Clearfield County Economic Development Corp.'s riverfront development plans for downtown Clearfield at its meeting last night.
Clearfield Borough received a $5 million Capital Assistance grant from the state to develop the riverfront and the borough hired the CCEDC to develop the plan.
The plans call for the construction of a one-mile riverwalk, a riverfront park on the west side of the river, a commercial building along Water Street near Market Square and a hotel along West Market Street on the Tool Shed site.
The riverwalk would be a one-mile loop on both sides of the river between the Market Street and Nichols Street bridges; the park would be located on the former Novey Recycling Center site. more...
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Curwensville Business and Professional Women received a second place in the artistic division at the Penn Highlands Clearfield Hospice Chili Bowl Sept. 18 at the Clearfield Driving Park. There were 44 booths in competition. (Submitted photo)
Harmony to consider after-school partnership
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
By Dianne Byers Staff Writer
WESTOVER - At Monday's meeting, Harmony Area School Board will consider a partnership with Respective Solutions Group, Ebensburg, to offer an after-school program for elementary and junior high students.
Terri Butterworth, elementary school principal, told the board at last night's work session, the approximately two-hour sessions, open to all students in grades 3-5 and 6-8 who receive parent approval, would be held immediately after school. The focus of each gathering is tutoring and educational enrichment activities, more...

Curwensville overcomes slow start to down Lady Bison
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
By Jon Christoff Sports Writer
CURWENSVILLE - Curwensville volleyball player Haley McGarry started her team's comeback against Clearfield on Monday night at Patton Hall with 10 straight service points.
It only stands to reason that she was the one to finish it.
McGarry and teammate Jazmin Soult turned in sterling all-around efforts, as the Lady Tide rallied for a four-set win after the Lady Bison claimed Game 1.
McGarry began the Curwensville rally in the second with the first of her big service runs, and then she closed out the match with four straight points to keep the Lady Tide from being knocked off on their home court. more...

Curwensville's Haley McGarry bumps the ball during Monday's match against Clearfield. (Photo by Jon Christoff)

Lady Warriors get first win with 4-0 shutout of P-O
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
By Andy Stine Sports Writer
ALLPORT - The West Branch girls soccer team is used to having plenty of success and looking forward to a playoff spot at this time of the year, especially in the last couple seasons.
The first 12 contests had been tough on the Lady Warriors this year as they came into Monday afternoon winless. But No. 13 turned out to be the lucky one as West Branch blanked Philipsburg-Osceola, 4-0.
"It took a long time, but it feels real good," said Lady Warrior head coach Clark Dale. "It's been a long time coming. more...

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