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Day is done
- Sandy Lansberry snapped this photo of a sunset as she looked across the West Branch of the Susquehanna River behind Old Town Road Dairy.

Girard Twp. tax collector to stand trial for stealing
Thursday, April 24, 2014
By Jeff Corcino Staff Writer
The Girard Township tax collector accused of stealing $52,000 in earned income taxes from the Clearfield Area School District waived her right to a preliminary hearing before Magisterial District Judge Jerome Nevling at yesterday's session of centralized court held at the Clearfield County Jail.
Lucinda A. Cardinale, 58, of Frenchville is charged with theft by unlawful taking anf theft by failure to make required disposition of funds received.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, on Nov. 20, Sam Maney, business administrator of the school district was interviewed at the state police barracks in Woodland.
According to Maney, on his recommendation, the school district hired Walter Hopkins more...
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The old Glen Hope Hotel still stands but has has seen better days, as the roof has caved in at the front of the building and bricks have started falling off. The building is situated at the intersection of state Routes 53 and 729 in Glen Hope. Residents in the area have been asking when something will be done with the dilapidated structure. (Photo by Terry Whetstone)
Pine Township to purchase new computer
Thursday, April 24, 2014
By Ian Erickson Staff Writer
Pine Township is one step closer to having a new computer for conducting business, as Chairman Gary Bowser said at last night's meeting he would pursue buying one that fits the township's needs.
Bowser said it's about the same price to update the old computer, which has Windows Vista and is out of date, or buy a new one.
Previously, the supervisors discussed looking at an iPad-type computer with a detachable keyboard so they could videotape conditions of the township's bonded roads, etc. to show to the state Department of Transportation and keep on file. more...

Bainey's double lifts Lady Mounties over Central Mountain, 4-2
Thursday, April 24, 2014
By Rich Murawski Assistant Sports Editor
PHILIPSBURG - The recipe for playing winning softball is no secret. It's the execution that gives many teams fits.
Wednesday at Curtis Park, the Philipsburg-Osceola softball team ran its record to 10-0 thanks to a timely hit from Megan Bainey, a quality pitching performance by Chelsey Henry and strong defense all around in a 4-2 victory over Central Mountain in a battle of unbeatens.
"Good defense, good pitching, timely hitting ... that's the ingredients for winning," P-O head coach Jim Gonder said.
The Lady Mounties trailed 2-1 heading into the bottom of the fifth inning as Lady Wildcat pitcher Rachael Shady had more...

Philipsburg-Osceola's Chelsey Henry delivers a pitch during the fifth inning of Wednesday's game against Central Mountain. Henry tossed all seven innings and allowed just two runs on six hits to help the Lady Mounties remain unbeaten with a 4-2 victory. (Photo by Rich Murawski)

Glendale and Mo Valley combined for 21 walks in 16-14 win for Knights
Thursday, April 24, 2014
By Andy Stine Sports Writer
FLINTON - Wednesday afternoon's rivalry game between the Moshannon Valley and Glendale baseball teams wouldn't be characterized as the prettiest contest either team has played.
After a total of 359 pitches thrown between the Black Knights and Vikings in just over three hours, it was Mo Valley that came out on top. The Knights scored 16 runs, despite having just seven hits on the day, as they held off a late Glendale rally to win, 16-14.
"It was a team effort," said Black Knight head coach Derrik Eckenrode. "We took a team approach to the plate with us early and that paid off. We were able to sneak in some runs and they counted at the end of the game. more...

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