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Fishing - Sharon Potter of Frenchville snapped a photo of her daughter, Emma, 14, waiting for a tug on her line while fishing in the Quehanna Wild Area recently.
County touts new facility, new jobs
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
By Wendy Lynn Brion Staff Writer
The Clearfield County Commissioners yesterday welcomed the news of WhiteWave Inc. locating a facility in Sandy Township.
Commissioner Mark McCracken noted the facility will bring about 100 jobs to the area and the commissioners appreciate the work of many to bring the facility to the county.
The commissioners also thanked Warden Sam Lombardo for his decades of service to the county at the Clearfield County Jail. Lombardo is retiring at the end of the month.
Commissioner John Sobel noted Lombardo started as a guard in the 1980s more...

Mo Valley school board recognizes Harchak
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
By Annie Lynn Staff Writer
HOUTZDALE - At the Moshannon Valley school board meeting last night, President Rodney Kitko announced that there was an executive meeting held following the voting meeting on April 7.
Superintendent Tonya DeVecchis-Kerr presented Business Manager Elsie Harchak with a certificate from the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials.
Harchak has been approved as a state registered school business official.
She has been employed by the district since 2002. In order to be granted the professional registration status by PASBO, a school official must meet high personal, ethical and professional standards established for the registration program. These include formal education, experience and continuing education. more...
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The Osceola Mills ball fields might be empty today but with baseball and softball season upon us, soon they will be teeming with athletes and spectators. (Photo by Terry Whetstone)
Sykesville woman gets jail for crash
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
By Jeff Corcino Staff Writer
Kathryn Bembenic, 31, of Sykesville, who was found guilty of aggravated assault by vehicle while DUI at a jury trial last month, was sentenced to serve 11½ months to two years in the Clearfield County Jail plus five years probation by Judge Paul Cherry at yesterday's session of sentencing court.
Bembenic was fined $500 and ordered to pay $100,000 in anticipatory restitution to the victim and $3,828 to the victim's compensation fund. more...

Glendale topples Moshannon Valley in extras
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
By Jon Christoff Sports Writer
AMESVILLE - All teams go through some ups and downs throughout the course of the season, and Glendale softball coach Phil Barroner is hopeful his team's 9-5, 8-inning win over Moshannon Valley on Tuesday in Amesville will help get it out of its current rut.
The Lady Vikings entered the contest having lost four of their last five contests, but some timely hitting and the ability of pitcher Kyla Holtz to work out of jams allowed Barroner's team to hold off a pair of Damsels rallies - including one where the hosts tied the game with two outs in the bottom of the seventh. more...

Glendale shortstop Keneisha Gustafson, right, looks to tag Moshannon Valley's Lauren O'Donnell during Tuesday's contest. Gustafson went 3-for-4 with a triple for the Lady Vikings, who picked up a 9-5 win in eight innings. O'Donnell, who was safe on the play, was 3-for-3 with a double to her credit. (Photo by Jon Christoff)

Errors haunt Clearfield again as they fall to Huntingdon, 10-8
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
By Jaclyn Yingling Sports Editor
HYDE - The Clearfield baseball team can't seem to catch a break. After losing four of their seven games by two runs or less heading into Tuesday's contest with Huntingdon, the last thing the Bison needed was another close game.
Unfortunately for Clearfield, the Bearcats took a big lead, then gave it away before snatching it back in the seventh inning to take home the 10-8 victory.
"This is a mirror image of how our entire season has gone," said Bison head coach Sid Lansberry. "I said yesterday this is a microcosm of our season. We get behind, then we battle back. Then we shoot ourselves in the foot." more...

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