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Speaker — Pat Domico from the Governor's Advisory Council for Hunting, Fishing and Conservation recently spoke to the Clearfield Rotary Club, highlighting the fish stocking program for the West Branch of the Susquehanna River in Clearfield. He also gathers donated squirrel tails, which are sent to Mepps Fishing Equipment for an annual donation to the stocking program. Calvin Thomas won the "One for Five" drawing. He then donated his winnings to the fish stocking program. Domico also accepts road kill squirrel tails and they may be dropped off at his home in Curwensville. The club was updated on the recent pancake dinner, in which 358 meals were served. Shown are President Jack Woolridge and Domico. Missing from the photo is Program Chairman Gene Williams, who arranged for the speaker. (Submitted photo)


Boro passes budget with no tax increase
Friday, November 21, 2014
By Wendy Lynn Brion Staff Writer
There is no tax increase for the residents of Clearfield Borough Council and the budget for 2015 was passed unanimously.
The tax rate remains at 25 mills, Borough Manager Leslie Stott said. Total income and expenditures are projected at $2,320,123.05. In the liquid fuels budget, income is expected to be $315,170.43 and expenditures at $206,319.68 with an ending balance of $108,850.75.
The borough expects to receive $835,000 from real estate taxes and $722,100 from the local enabling act, which includes the earn income tax and local services tax. Other revenue includes licenses and permits at $55,350, fines and forfeits at $234,500, interest, rent and royalties at $5,200, intergovernmental revenues at $214,400, more...
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Although temperatures are expected to approach 50 by next week, a dusting of snow remains in some areas, courtesy of the frigid weather. Heather Hutton Kelly of Eden snapped this photo the other day. (Submitted photo)


Glendale girls looking to bounce back
Friday, November 21, 2014
By Jaclyn Yingling Sports Editor
FLINTON - With five letterwinners back, the Glendale girls basketball team is hoping to improve on its 2-20 mark from last season.
But the Lady Vikings will have to fill the hole left by second leading scorer Courtney McMurray, who was lost to graduation.
"Having five letterwinners back gives us experience," said head coach John Matchock. "All of them got a lot of playing time last year. We are looking for them to provide that experience to the younger girls at practice."
Matchock thinks his girls have what it takes to compete for the Moshannon Valley League title again this year. more...

Lady Viking letterwinners - The Glendale girls basketball team returns five letterwinners for the 2014-15 season. From left, are Amber Matier, Kiana Johnston, Anna Fowler and Shannon Ricketts. Missing from the photo is Alisha Plummer. (Photo by Chris Wechtenhiser)

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