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P.O. Box 589
Clearfield, Pa 16830

Phone 814.765.4955
Fax 814.765.7038
Email news@wokw.com

July 20, 2014

State troopers from the DuBois barracks were called to the scene of a single vehicle accident along Interstate 80 Saturday morning.

Motorists traveling along State Route 322 near Philipsburg are being reminded to obey posted speed limits after PennDOT placed radar-controlled speed display signs in the area earlier this month.

A number of State Representatives have introduced legislation that would prevent anyone convicted of drug distribution crimes from receiving Pennsylvania welfare benefits.

Pennsylvania Crimestoppers are asking for the public's assistance in their search for unknown suspects responsible for a burglary in Elk County last month.

July 17, 2014


An $18 million state and federal investment will improve safety and operations at 35 Pennsylvania airports that support more than 2,600 jobs.


This evening Curwensville Days features the fiddlers contest at 6:30pm.


PennDOT alerts motorists to a change in roadway signage that will take place next week in the city of DuBois.


State Police in Philipsburg responded to an incident of burglary that occurred at an abandoned building in Philipsburg Borough, Centre County Tuesday afternoon.

July 18, 2014


This evening Curwensville Days features music by the Moore Brothers beginning at 8pm.

The re-opening of a bridge near the village of Coburn has been delayed until the week of July 20th.

Work to improve a section of Route 255 in the city of Saint Marys is continuing throughout the week of July 20th.

Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan announced that troopers seized over $23 million in heroin, marijuana, and other prohibited drugs in the second quarter of 2014, on Wednesday.

July 19, 2014

PennDOT alerts motorists to a change in roadway signage that will take place next week in the city of DuBois.

Today is the final day of Curwensville Days with events taking place all day.

PennDOT urges potential yard sale shoppers to pass over some secondhand items.

July 21 2014


The Team Pennsylvania Foundation has announced that $450,000 dollars in funding has been secured for the three Pennsylvania Governor’s Schools of Excellence for the summer 2015 program.


A Clearfield man and 2 Jefferson County men are currently listed on the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole's “Most Wanted” list.


The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission has announced that this year's second Mentored Youth Fishing Day will be held on on Labor Day, September 1st.


Legislation to raise the costs assessed against offenders to pay for services provided to victims, passed the Pennsylvania State House Judiciary Committee last month.


The S.C.I. Houtzdale inmate accused of murdering his cellmate had his charges bound to court following Mondays preliminary hearing.

July 16, 2014

The Clearfield County District Attorney’s office announced details regarding the latest Clearfield County “Fugitive of the Week”.


The Clearfield Borough Police Department along with the Lawrence Township Police Department is hosting a seminar focusing on addressing the issue of Robbery in our area.


The winners of the 2014 Curwensville Days Rescue Hose and Ladder Company Fireman’s Parade have been announced.


At Mondays meeting, the Clearfield school board voted 6-2 to approve an elementary playgrounds project at the Clearfield Area Elementary School.


Clearfield County's GIS Department has developed web-based mapping for information and research purposes, Clearfield County Planning & Development Commission Chairman John Kaskan announced at Mondays meeting.


At Mondays meeting, the Clearfield school board approved natatorium improvements at the Clearfield Area Junior-Senior High School.


Bruce Nicolls, director of curriculum and instruction, presented “very preliminary” Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) results to the Clearfield school board. Students at Bradford Township Elementary were 89 percent proficient in math and 70 percent proficient in reading.


Questions over whether organizations should pay borough worker wages for extra work arose at Monday’s Philipsburg Borough Council meeting.