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Blue sky and deceptive peeks of sun appeared through the clouds Friday afternoon, while wind made the low temperature feel even colder. At Elliott's Park, ice floated in areas of the river. (Photo by Liza Miller)


Clearfield County Farm Bureau wins award at annual meeting
Saturday, November 22, 2014
HERSHEY - The York County Farm Bureau won five awards, including the "Reap the Benefits" Award, during Pennsylvania Farm Bureau's 64th annual meeting in Hershey.
The award is the highest honor bestowed upon a county Farm Bureau among Pennsylvania's 54 county Farm Bureaus.
York County Farm Bureau was also recognized for earning the Overall Achievement Award for county Farm Bureaus, with 401 or more farmer members. The award salutes a county Farm Bureau for its outstanding performance in the six program areas evaluated by Pennsylvania Farm Bureau.
In addition, York County won President's Awards in the areas of policy development and implementation, services and agriculture promotion more...
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Final leaf collection
- Clearfield Borough workers raked and vacuumed leaves along the curbs Friday afternoon. Friday was the final day for curbside leaf collection. Residents are asked to put leaves in biodegradable bags and dispose of them at the borough's compost site. (Photo by Liza Miller)

Black Knights look to build on recent success
Saturday, November 22, 2014
By Rich Murawski Assisstant Sports Editor
AMESVILLE - The Moshannon Valley wrestling program continued resurgence under head coach Justin Fye last season by earning the first victory in school history in the District 6 Team Dual Tournament and finishing with an 11-8 record - its third straight winning campaign after more than 20 years without one.
The Black Knights lost several key members of that team to graduation, including regional qualifiers Bryce Bloom, Jack Bunnell and Kent Stewart, but Fye returns eight letterwinners to a youthful squad and thinks Mo Valley has the potential to build on its recent success. more...

Black Knight letterwinners - Moshannon Valley returns eight letterwinners for the upcoming season. Front row, from left, are Liam Bennett, Joey Vanish, Dylan Hamilton and Nick Krupa. Standing are Clayton Stewart, Cody Hamilton, Ryan Thomas and Robert Cramer. (Photo by Rich Murawski)

 


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11/22/2014 - Daily Police Logs
11/22/2014 - CareerLink lists job openings
11/22/2014 - DEP awards contracts for reclamation projects
11/22/2014 - Preliminary hearing continued for Community County Services employee
11/22/2014 - Philipsburg-Osceola excited for 2014-15 wrestling season
11/22/2014 - Glendale boys basketball team under tutelage of new head coach