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- Curwensville Area Elementary School students who entered into the building yesterday on the first day of the 2015-16 school year were greeted at the elementary school entrance by Ron Matchock, district superintendent, left and Ken Veihdeffer, elementary principal, right. Casey Moore, a sixth grade student, was one of the students who was welcomed. (Photo by Dianne Byers)

Pine Twp. supervisors discuss road projects
Friday, August 28, 2015
By Dianne Byers Staff Writer Pine Township Supervisors recently discussed road projects and applications for funding them.
Supervisor David Johnson reported he had applied for funding from the Clearfield County Conservation District's Dirt and Gravel Roads Low Volume Roads program to replace drainage pipes on Anderson Creek Road. He also applied and to the Dirt and Gravel Road program to install permeable road bases or French Mattresses on two sections of Greenwood Road.
Johnson said he applied for $45,093 to replace 11 of the 21 pipes on the highway that were found to need immediate replacement or to be done in the very near future. He added that EQT Corp. has agreed to pave Anderson more...
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MoValley COG pedaling code enforcement program to county municipalties
Friday, August 28, 2015
By Emily Miller Staff Writer The Moshannon Valley Council of Governments is continuing its mission to launch its Joint Property Maintenance Program.
The program is available to all members of MVCOG. To join, members must adopt the program's Joint Property Maintenance Ordinance and sign a cooperation of more...

St. Timothy Church to celebrate 100 years on Saturday
Friday, August 28, 2015
By Dianne Byers Staff Writer CURWENSVILLE - St. Timothy Roman Catholic Church is observing the centennial of its house of worship with a special Mass and banquet Saturday.
A celebration Mass will begin at 5 p.m. in the sanctuary. The Most Rev. Lawrence T. Persico, Bishop of the Erie Diocese, will be the guest speaker. A banquet will follow in the church's social hall at 6:30 p.m.
"The anniversary is an opportunity for all of the members of St Timothy Church to recall and celebrate the past 100 years that our loving God has given us as a faith community. It is a time of grace to recommit ourselves as disciples of Christ and more...

Centennial celebration - St. Timothy Roman Catholic Church, Curwensville will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone for the church Saturday. (Photo by Dianne Byers)

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