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This bird, perched high on a branch, had something to sing about yesterday as the sun shone and the temperature climbed to a warm 79. Heather Hutton Kelly of Eden snapped the photo. The birds will again have something to sing about today with temperatures expected to reach the high 70s, though there is a chance of rain. (Submitted photo)

Marcellus shale gas drilling region ... SEC hears water quality monitoring update
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
By Josh Woods Staff Writer
CURWENSVILLE - Clearfield County Senior Environment Corps, at its meeting yesterday, heard an update on community-based water quality monitoring in the county's Marcellus shale drilling regions. Dr. Mohamed Khalequzzaman, Ph.D., professor of geology at Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, gave a presentation on the monitoring program and its results.
According to Khalequzzaman, partnerships were forged in 2012 to establish baseline data for the quality of surface water in the vicinity of drilling sites throughout the county. The goal was set to monitor surface water quality at 10-12 locations and a protocol was developed to collect samples and ship them to LHU's water and soil lab. more...
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Decision Day 2015 - In observance of National Healthcare Decision Day April 16, Penn Highlands Clearfield Hospice and Mountain Laurel Health and Rehabilitation Center recently partnered to provide a community presentation about "Five Wishes" (advance directive) and physician orders for life-sustaining treatment. Those interested in learning more about these topics and would like to schedule a presentation are asked to call Penn Highlands Hospice at 768-2012. Shown, from left, are Kathy Bell, medical social worker for hospice; Julie Fenton, administrator, Mountain Laurel; Judy Hixon, hospice manager; and Cheri Clinton, business development coordinator, Mountain Laurel. (Submitted photo)

Clearfield downs Glendale
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
By Rich Murawski Assistant Sports Editor
FLINTON - The Clearfield softball team sent 11 batters to the plate in a decisive second inning, scoring seven runs in the frame on the way to an 11-5 win that spoiled Senior Day festivities for host Glendale.
After Glendale took a 2-0 advantage in the bottom of the first, thanks to a 2-run single from Sydney Gallaher, the Lady Bison responded in a big way.
Erica Hanes and Devynn Ireland got the second-inning rally started with consecutive singles, and Sierra Jones walked to load the bases.
Hanes scored when a Victoria Ireland ground ball was misplayed and the bases remained loaded for the visitors. more...

Clearfield's Abby Fedder rounds third base on her way to scoring the second run of the second inning for the Lady Bison on Monday at Glendale. Clearfield erupted for seven runs in the second and defeated the Lady Vikings, 11-5. (Photo by Rich Murawski)

 


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5/5/2015 - DEP: Black fly spraying to include Clearfield County
5/5/2015 - Garage in Grampian destroyed by fire
5/5/2015 - Brady Twp. eyes options for blighted properties
5/5/2015 - Grampian discusses anonymous letter
5/5/2015 - Ramey discusses review of ordinances
5/5/2015 - Clearfield man, 21, sentenced for faking overdose
5/5/2015 - Daily Police Logs
5/5/2015 - Area Sports Results and Schedule
5/5/2015 - Young's big day helps Curwensville get past Purchase Line, 10-0
5/5/2015 - West Branch baseball sweeps Moshannon Valley in doubleheader