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Out with a bang: Fireworks end summer season at Curwensville Lake on Sunday
Friday, September 4, 2015
By Dianne Byers Staff Writer CURWENSVILLE - Curwensville Lake Recreation Area plans to send summer out with a bang. more...

Madera Vol. Fire Co. issues bankruptcy statement
Friday, September 4, 2015
By Julie Benamati Managing Editor MADERA - Firefighters at Madera Volunteer Fire Co. are rebuilding the longtime rescue organization from a financial downturn that led to a recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
According to fire company treasurer and fire Chief Dwayne DeLattre, the recent filing was due in part from prior financial decisions made by past administration.
"The recent filing was due to some of the administration in place prior to January 2011," DeLattre said in a statement from the fire company. "This administration made bad financial decisions during tough economic times. Since January 2011, the new administration has been busy correcting the problems more...
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P-O boys soccer ready to defend title
Friday, September 4, 2015
By Tyler Kolesar Staff Writer ALLPORT - The West Branch Lady Warriors soccer team brings back plenty of talent and experience for their upcoming season.
But head coach Clark Dale said the injury bug has bitten the roster since the beginning of camp.
Dale said the roster is set at 17 players, but five of them more...
West Branch soccer returns talent and experience
Friday, September 4, 2015
By Tyler Kolesar Staff Writer ALLPORT - The West Branch Lady Warriors soccer team brings back plenty of talent and experience for their upcoming season.
But head coach Clark Dale said the injury bug has bitten the roster since the beginning of camp.
Dale said the roster is set at 17 players, but five of them are currently injured.
"We don't know if more...


Lady Tide letterwinners - The Curwensville girls soccer team returns nine letterwinners for the 2015 campaign. In the front row, from left, are Alora McGovern, Caitlyn Carns, Madi Bumbarger and Ally Bennett. Standing are Autumn Hoover, Chloe Tubbs, Christine Limbert and Sarah Bailey. Missing from the photo is Brianne Shearer.
(Photo by Jaclyn Yingling)
Tubbs takes over for Thorp at Curwensville
Friday, September 4, 2015
By Rich Murawski Assistant Sports Editor CURWENSVILLE - The Curwensville girls soccer program is under the guidance of a new mentor after long-time head coach Gary Thorp stepped down following the 2014 season.
But the Lady Tide are certainly familiar with the new man in charge as he spent the last six years as an assistant under Thorp, including the magical 2011 season that culminated with the first District 9 title for the program as well as a PIAA victory.
"I came through with the girls that went to states," Tubbs said. "I was with them from pee-wee's all the way up through varsity. That was about 14 years more...

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9/4/2015 - Thursdays Area Sports Results and Next Weeks Schedule
9/4/2015 - Area Police Logs and Reports
9/4/2015 - Lawrence Township cite drug crimes as reason for increased calls