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The Clearfield County Economic Development Corp. yesterday presented plaques to two outgoing board members. Shown, from left, are Tim Fannin, Chief Executive Officer Rob Swales and Lois Richards. (Photo by Wendy Lynn Brion)
CCEDC looks to the future, IDs goals
Friday, December 19, 2014
By Wendy Lynn Brion Staff Writer
Updates and plans for the future were the subjects of discussion during yesterday's annual luncheon held by the Clearfield County Economic Development Corp. The main speaker was Chief Executive Officer Rob Swales, who talked about 2014 and plans for the future.
He noted the mission statement of CCEDC is, "Proudly serving the community to create growth and opportunity in Clearfield County, PA," and said the corporation has defined goals for 2014 and also 2015.
First was working to fulfill the mission statement and this began with site visits. more...

Clearfield Boro won't raise taxes
Friday, December 19, 2014
By Jeff Corcino Staff Writer
The Clearfield Borough Council approved its 2015 final budget with no tax increase at its meeting last night.
It is a balanced budget that calls for total expenditures and receipts of $2,320,123 and keeps property taxes at 25 mills.
This means a resident with a home valued at $100,000 would pay $625 in real estate taxes to the borough.
The budget calls for spending $879,081 on the police department, $335,787 on wages and garage expenses for the street department, $114,375 on the fire department, $86,774 on the code department, $104,081 on highway maintenance -general, $59,912 on highway maintenance-cleaning, $76,013 on snow removal more...
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White Christmas - Darrell Anderson snapped this photo last night of the Christmas lights at the Rafferty home on Walker Street in Osceola Mills. Although there is not any snow on the ground, the next best thing is enjoying the white Christmas lights. (Submitted photo)

Bison pin Chucks, 47-19
Friday, December 19, 2014
By Rich Murawski Assistant Sports Editor
HYDE - After a tough start to the dual meet season and a long break staring them in the face, the Clearfield wrestling team was hoping to pick up a win Thursday night at Arthur J. Weiss Gymnasium to go into the layoff with some momentum.
The Bison did just that, scoring a 47-19 win over District 9 rival Punxsutawney. Clearfield won six of the 10 contested bouts and was the beneficiary of three forfeit wins, helping it improve to 1-3 on the season.
"We needed a win," Clearfield head coach Jeff Aveni said. more...

Clearfield's Nate Lash hooks up a cradle while riding Punxsutawney's Garrett Bennett during their heavyweight bout on Thursday evening at Arthur J. Weiss Gymnasium. Lash pinned Bennett with the cradle in 49 seconds to help the Bison down the Chucks, 47-19. (Photo by Rich Murawski)

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12/19/2014 - Daily Police Logs
12/19/2014 - Man gets prison term for assault
12/19/2014 - D.A.: Kephart left 131 theft victims in wake
12/19/2014 - Newburg Boro Council OKs budget
12/19/2014 - BCIMA passes budget with no rate increase
12/19/2014 - Area Sports Results and Schedule
12/19/2014 - Glendale garner five pins in 42-36 win over Juniata Valley
12/19/2014 - West Branch boys knock off undefeated Mount Union, 80-56