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The former Wallaceton Elementary School sits empty, with the official sale of the building to occur around the first of the year. According to Gregg Paladina, district superintendent of Philipsburg-Osceola School District, it will be sold to the owners of WPHB radio, who have plans for the building including their screen-printing business. The sale delay occurred when taxes were assessed at around $40,000 a year after the auction. The district supported an appeal of the taxes to make it re

Man accused of murder waives hearing
Thursday, December 18, 2014
By Jeff Corcino Staff Writer
Ryan M. Gaines, 29, of Morrisdale, who is accused of murdering a San Diego man last year and stealing his drugs and money, waived his right to a preliminary hearing before Magisterial District Judge Richard Ireland at yesterday's session of Centralized Court held at the Clearfield County Jail.
Gaines is charged with criminal homicide, robbery-inflict serious bodily injury, aggravated assault; manufacture, delivery or possession with the intent to manufacture or deliver; simple assault and abuse of a corpse.
Gaines allegedly murdered Ford in February 2013.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, Ronald Ford's family reported him missing on March 1, 2013. more...
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ORD Sewer Authority adopts 2015 budget without rate increase
Thursday, December 18, 2014
By Wendy Lynn Brion Staff Writer
OSCEOLA MILLS - A budget for the Osceola Mills, Rush and Decatur Township Sewer Au-thority was passed last night and the budget once again shows a deficit. To pass the budget, the authority agreed that any deficit would be made up using the capital account the authority has. However, in the past seven years, even though the budget has shown a deficit at the beginning of each year, the authority usually comes out ahead in the black and has only needed to use the savings a couple times for around $5,000 or less. Engineer Jim Balliet of Gwin, Dobson & Foreman Inc. noted that the budgets have always been conservative because the staff does not always know exactly how much things like chemicals will cost. more...

Glendale's Anna Fowler, left, drives to the bucket as Harmony's Joleen Brink tries to head her off. Fowler drained a game-tying 3-pointer at the buzzer in regulation in the Lady Vikings' 60-55 overtime win. Brink had 13 points and 12 rebounds for the Lady Owls. (Photo by Jon Christoff)
Fowler's buzzer beater helps Lady Vikings top Harmony in OT
Thursday, December 18, 2014
By Jon Christoff Sports Writer
WESTOVER - The girls basketball game between Glendale and Harmony on Wednesday night in Westover had a little bit of everything - torrid shooting, staunch defense and a buzzer-beating shot that permanently swung the momentum in the Lady Vikings' favor.
Glendale - despite starting 10-of-17 from the field to take a 25-11 lead through the first eight minutes of the contest - found itself trailing the host Lady Owls, 49-43, with 10 seconds to play and possession of the ball.
After a Shannon Ricketts 3-point play, the Lady Viking defense didn't allow Harmony to inbound the ball and regained possession. more...

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12/18/2014 - Area Sports Results and Schedule
12/18/2014 - Daily Police Logs
12/18/2014 - Weekend Events
12/18/2014 - Pine Township adopts budget
12/18/2014 - Support group meetings announced