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P.O. Box 589
Clearfield, Pa 16830

Phone 814.765.4955
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February 27, 2015


Pet owners Encouraged to Take Precautions to Protect Pets in Winter Weather.


A one-day road closure in State College has been postponed for the second time due to continued cold weather.


The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is drawing attention to often overlooked rules of the road during Highway Safety Law Awareness Week.


State Police in Philipsburg arrested a 61 year old male for multiple counts of Disorderly Conduct, Public Drunkenness and Resisting Arrest on Thursday.


A Clearfield man charged with the theft of an AK-47 rifle from a local sports store pleaded guilty Thursday.

February 23, 2015


State lawmakers have reintroduced legislation that aims to cut down on the theft of prescription medication from older adults.


The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging is reminding area seniors and low-income families of the free “Tax-Aide” program.


The Pennsylvania State Senate recently passed a proposal that would amend the Pennsylvania Constitution to give the General Assembly the power to determine whether an institution is a purely public charity and thus exempt from paying local property taxes.


State Police in Clearfield are investigating an incident of theft and assault that occurred at a resident on Deer Creek Road in Graham Township, Clearfield County.

February 25, 2015

The Lawrence Township Police Department alerts the public to counterfeit money found in the area.

A resolution in support of 911 funding and system reform was approved at Tuesdays Clearfield County Commissioners meeting.

The Centre County Commissioners voiced their support in reforming the state 911 system at Tuesday’s meeting.

The Philipsburg-Osceola School Board approved the creation of a Middle School Baseball Team at Tuesday night’s meeting.

February 26,  2015


Monday evening Clearfield Police report a vehicle stop along on North Third and Bridge St. for a summary traffic violation that resulted in multiple arrests.


Officials announce that drug charges have been filed against a DuBois man.


Firefighters responded to a furnace malfunction at 175 Pint Top Road in Bradford Township Tuesday afternoon.


Clearfield County Planning & Development Commission is working on its 2014 annual report, Planning Director Jodi Brennan said at Wednesday night’s meeting.

February 24, 2015


The Clearfield school board will be asked to consider a forthcoming proposal from a consultant regarding a review of the district’s current security policies


Firefighters had the difficult task of reaching a structure fire on Sunday morning as fire apparatus got stuck trying to reach the scene along GIllingham Road in Girard Township.


Charges of Possession of Drugs and Associated Paraphernalia were filed against four individuals early Sunday morning in White Township, Indiana County.


Indiana based State Police responded to a DUI related crash that occurred on SR 119 in Center Township, Indiana County on Monday.


The West Branch School Board approved a $2 million loan at last night’s school board meeting.

February 28, 2015

Clearfield Borough Councilman Richard Stewart was sentenced in Clearfield County Court Friday to serve 15 days to 1 year in the Clearfield County Jail on charges relating to an altercation with his girlfriend in August of 2014.

PennDOT officials issued a statement on actions being taken as a result of a vendor error in some driver license products.

50 year old Kevin Kephart, who pleaded guilty earlier this month to charges of raping the woman he was living with, presented a motion in Clearfield County Court Friday, again,  asking for his bail to be reduced.

The Fire Marshal report into the fire that destroyed a maintenance building at the Straub Brewery in St. Marys has ruled the fire as accidental.

The deadline for placing orders for the 8th Annual Tree Sale offered by the Clearfield County Conservation District will soon be upon us.

 A DuBois man, found to be in possession of various drugs, guns and money, waived his right to a preliminary hearing, Friday.