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"To Everything There is a Season"
was one of the numbers performed by the Harmony Area Junior-Senior High School chorus during the opening ceremony for the Harmony Grange Fair last night. The ensemble also sang the school district's alma mater. (Photo by Dianne Byers)


CMA working to repair leak in Mt. Zion tank
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
By Josh Woods Staff Writer
Clearfield Municipal Authority is currently draining its Mt. Zion tank to repair a leaking joint. The repair would be made Friday morning and it would need to cure for one week, Engineer Jim Balliet said. The tank would be tested before it's put back online. In the meantime, CMA is relying on a temporary 10,000-gallon tank.
Balliet gave an update on the wastewater treatment facility nutrient removal upgrade. CMA has two agreements to purchase nutrient credits that would need approval next month, he said.
NVP completed excavation of nutrient removal technology tanks and started preparing a sub-base for forms and rebar replacement. It continues to excavate the control and head works buildings. Church and Murdock started working on more...
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Rob Sexton of Hunting Works for Pennsylvania, left center, is shown speaking to some of those in attendance at yesterday's presentation. (Photo by Ian Erickson)
Hunting Works details sport's impact
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
By Ian Erickson Staff Writer
DUBOIS - Yesterday morning at the Homewood Suites in DuBois, Rob Sexton from Hunting Works for Pennsylvania, gave a presentation on how hunting affects the economy. Co-host of the event was Visit Clearfield County.
Attending the presentation were Holly Komonczi, executive director of VCC; John Sobel, Clearfield County commissioner; Judi August, DuBois Chamber of Commerce; Tom Grice, Grice Gun Shop; Tina Fischer, owner of Trail Blazer Adventures in DuBois; more...

Clearfield shuts out Bald Eagle Area
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
By Rich Murawski Assistant Sports Editor
HYDE - Clearfield's Tessa Munshower and Emily Ryan were not at 100 percent Tuesday night in the Lady Bison's Mountain League matchup with Bald Eagle Area.
Munshower was ill, while Ryan's back was bothering her.
But that didn't stop the Clearfield captains from leading their team to a 5-0 victory over the Lady Eagles at the Bison Sports Complex.
"Tessa wasn't going to play tonight," Clearfield head coach Billy Stratton said. She missed practice (Monday) night, and she texted me before the game and said she didn't think she could play because she wasn't feeling well.
"But you know what? She's a leader. She stepped in there tonight in the room before we more...

Lady Bison Emily Ryan (20) runs shoulder-to-shoulder with Bald Eagle Area's Haley Giedroc during the first half of Tuesday's game at the Bison Sports Complex. Ryan had a goal and three assists in Clearfield's 5-0 win. (Photo by Rich Murawski)

Curwensville volleyball defeats DuBois Central Catholic
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
By Jon Christoff Sports Writer
CURWENSVILLE - The rigors of six games in eight days can take its toll on any team, and the Curwensville volleyball team may have felt the ill effects of such a stretch on Tuesday night against visiting DuBois Central Catholic.
The Lady Tide took a commanding - or so they thought - lead in the opening set, only to see the Lady Cardinals come clawing back. more...
  Mo Valley ekes past Northern Bedford in 2OT
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
By Andy Stine Sports Writer
AMESVILLE - Just 24 hours removed from their first loss of the season to Penns Valley, the Moshannon Valley girls soccer team was staring at another heartbreaking loss after starting off the season with an impressive 4-0 record.
But one of the six dominating Damsel freshmen would not be denied in Mackenzie Lansberry. more...

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9/17/2014 - Daily Police Log