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Nathan Womer, 5, took in the Houtzdale Days activities by playing the fishing game. He won a huge, inflatable alien. He is the son of Mark and Kristen Womer of Philipsburg. (Photos by Terry Whetstone)

CCIDA OKs loan request, files judgment
Friday, July 25, 2014
By Wendy Lynn Brion Staff Writer The Clearfield County Industrial Development Authority made some difficult decisions during executive session at yesterday's regular meeting and also had some good news.
The CCIDA first approved a loan request for Vision Quality Components for $100,000 at 3.5 percent for seven years. The company is purchasing more equipment and will potentially be hiring three more employees. Board members noted the company has good credit and is a good employer.
In regards to two accounts, Xtreme Machining and Dixon Precast, which have overdue receivables, the board voted to initiate action and file judgment.
This means they are reducing the debt to a judicially-recognized more...
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DuBois City lacks quorum, no action taken
Friday, July 25, 2014
By Josh Woods Staff Writer DUBOIS - DuBois City Council held a brief work session yesterday due to lack of a quorum. No official action was taken. more...

Mahaffey Post Office to reduce window hours
Friday, July 25, 2014
By Dianne Byers Staff Writer MAHAFFEY - Mahaffey Post Office is not closing but will have a reduction in window hours beginning in the fall. A meeting more...


Penn Highlands Clearfield has a booth at Houtzdale Days where festival-goers can get their blood pressure, pulse and oxygen levels checked. Anna Hamm, left, gets her vital signs checked by Karen Warfield, a nursing manager at Penn Highlands. (Photo by Terry Whetstone)

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