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Meth dealer pleads guilty sent to state prison by Judge Cherry
Dylan Shane Martell, 25, of Clearfield pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges and was sentenced to 1-3 years in state prison by Judge Paul Cherry yesterday at Colloquy (sentencing) court.
Curwensville couple who made obscene videos with dog back in court
A Curwensville couple who pleaded guilty last year for making a lewd video involving a dog were back in court yesterday after testing positive for methamphetamine. Corey Harris, 26, and his wife Rachel Harris, 21, were arrested on Nov. 19 after testing positive for methamphetamine and Suboxone (no p
Falls Creek native, local singer works at new DuBois health practice
DuBOIS — Janie Dillman-Moore of Clearfield calls herself a “Falls Creek girl” at heart. She can remember growing up beside the old school, walking back and forth for lunch.
Tenants of for-sale apartment evicted with only days to move out
Curwensville, Clearfield County, Pa. - Residents in the apartment building located on Beech St. in Curwensville were given an eviction notice stating they only have 15 days to move out.
Presbyterian Church again to prepare free Christmas dinners
For more than 20 years, the Presbyterian Church in downtown Clearfield has been putting on a free dinner for the community on Christmas Day. The church serves approximately 600 people turkey dinners with all the trimmings — free of charge — in Westminster Hall, 119 N. Second St., Clearfield.
Woman sentenced for Cleafield County fatal hit-and-run
GRAHAM TWP, Pa. (WJAC) — A Clearfield County woman was sentenced Tuesday for leaving the scene of a deadly crash. Rhonda Maines was sentenced to 11 1/2 months to two years, and then three years' probation, for homicide by vehicle.
Clearfield discusses problems with street cutting
Clearfield Borough Council discussed the with improper repair of street cuts at its committee meetings Thursday night. Todd Kling, foreman of the road crew, said the borough has been having issues with utility companies and private contractors cutting the roads and not property repairing them afterw
Pennsylvania man leaves nice surprise for porch pirate
SHAMOKIN, Pa. (WHTM) - A Pennsylvania man left a package on his porch hoping a thief would return, take it, and never come back. Robert Lynch told Scranton television stations WBRE and WYOU that he's been fed up since thieves broke into his car twice within the past three years. The first time, he h
Students celebrate Christmas around the world
Curwensville, Clearfield County, Pa. - Students at Curwensville Area Elementary School got to experience Christmas traditions from around the world Monday. Each classroom represented a different country.
Police launch arson investigation after car set on fire
Bradford Twp., Clearfield County, Pa. - Police in Clearfield County have launched an arson investigation after a car burst into flames. Investigators say a 2000 Ford Explorer was intentionally set on fire Saturday around 4:30 p.m. near 1890 Doc Welker Road in Bradford Township.
Are You Worried About Falling and Injuries from Falls?
The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging Inc. will be offering a PDA Evidenced–Based Program, Healthy Steps in Motion (HSIM), for age 50 and older adults. The HSIM class consists of eight sessions. Each workshop starts with a warm-up, which is followed by strength and balance exercises and conclud
Highlights from Clearfield Boro Council
The following are highlights from Thursday’s committee meetings of the Clearfield Borough Council. The public works committee recommended spending $3,900 for Cleveland Bros. to perform emergency repairs on the backhoe.
This Huge Country Store Makes The Best Homemade Sandwiches In Pennsylvania
How hungry are you? Hungry enough to try what this country store in Pennsylvania calls the “largest sandwiches” in the state? Well, even if you’re not that hungry, spend an hour or two exploring this huge country store that sells plenty of fun items – from old-fashioned penny candy to homemade fresh
Clearfield Borough gives extension for property cleanup
Clearfield Borough Council has given an extension for cleanup of a S. 2nd Avenue property. During the public comment portion of Thursday’s committee meetings, Clair Wriglesworth of Agway apologized for not getting the property on W. 2nd Avenue cleaned up in time. Rodney Bowers of Clearfield has come
Clearfield Drug Suspects Waive Hearings
CLEARFIELD – A Clearfield couple is facing charges after drugs and associated paraphernalia were allegedly found in their apartment. Joshua Allen Root, 33, has been charged by Officer Levi Olson of the Lawrence Township police with one felony count of manufacture, delivery or possession with intent
CCRTA to continue with geocaching
After a successful venture in 2018, there was no reason to discontinue it for 2019 as folks from literally the entire world will travel to central Pennsylvania to take part in geocaching events next year.
Free Narcan kits distributed in Clearfield County and across state
CLEARFIELD, Pa. — Naloxone was given away for free Thursday to any Pennsylvania who wanted it. The Wolf Administration said the distribution is part of its ongoing effort to reduce the number of overdoses and get people into treatment.
Jail sees decrease in inmates
CLEARFIELD — Clearfield County Jail saw inmate population drop and for the first time in months — Clearfield County doesn’t have inmates housed in other county jails. At yesterday’s meeting of the Clearfield County Prison Board, Warden Greg Collins reported the inmate population has dropped down to
Bob Perks Fund supports Clearfield County cancer patients, families
An organization developed in memory of a State College native is continuing his fight by helping local cancer patients and families in need. The Bob Perks Fund “financially supports the cancer communities” in Blair, Clearfield, Centre and Huntingdon counties, assisting with basic expenses like food,
GANT ICYMI: Week of Dec. 10
DUBOIS – A Penfield man will stand trial for allegedly strangling a woman during an argument. DUBOIS – A Brockway man is facing felony aggravated assault charges for allegedly breaking a DuBois woman’s jaw.