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P.O. Box 589
Clearfield, Pa 16830

Phone 814.765.4955
Fax 814.765.7038
Email news@wokw.com

October 20, 2014


An incident of indecent exposure is being investigated by Indiana based State Police.

44-year old Bradley Peters, Jr., of Philipsburg, is being accused of Simple Assault in an incident which took place Sunday morning.

Area motorists are being alerted of night time work next week which will occur on the SR 322 eastbound lane near State College

Travis Shirley, of Homer City, was a victim of a theft from a motor vehicle which occurred in East Wheatfield Township, Indiana County.

Work toward completion of improvements to a section of SR 255 in the city of Saint Marys continues.

The BCI Municipal Authority met Friday night and learned there is a better accountability for water being pumped from the springs than last month.

The Clearfield Community Swimming Pool is set receive additional funding as part of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resource’s Community Conservation Partnerships Program Grant.

October 15,  2014


PennDOT has launched an online survey to collect public feedback on safety, education and mobility needs to help guide future mobile service development.


Chester Hill Borough plans to contact its solicitor in regarding inspections under the International Property Maintenance Code.


Approval was given at Tuesdays Clearfield County Commissioners meeting for exterior repairs to the courthouse.


Philipsburg based State Police are investigating an incident of Burglary, Criminal Trespass and Theft by Unlawful Taking that occurred at a residence in Philipsburg Borough, Centre County.

October 16, 2014

Secretary of Aging Brian Duke alerted older Pennsylvanians that the Medicare annual enrollment period began Wednesday and ends Friday, Dec. 7.


Sandy Township Police report a 23 year old Brookville man reported being attacked by 2 males by the Oklahoma Elementary School Monday.


The PA state Police Fire Marshall along with the Fox Township Fire Department responded to a Fire that destroyed a home that was being demolished on Tuesday in Fox Township, Elk County.

October 17, 2014


Thursday, it was announced that the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection will award funds for the Little Toby Creek Project, in Brockway, Jefferson County.


A State College defendant waived his rights to a preliminary hearing.


The State Senate, yesterday, gave final approval to legislation that would help to save lives and prevent prescription drug abuse by creating a confidential prescription drug monitoring database in Pennsylvania.  


At Thursday night’s Clearfield Borough Council meeting, it was approved to authorize Borough Operations Manager Leslie Stott to further explore the merger of Clearfield Borough and Lawrence Township.

October 18, 2014

State Police in Ridgeway responded to a multiple vehicle crash that occurred on SR 219 in Jones Township, Elk County Friday morning.


PennDOT announced that due to drainage and roadway improvement projects, State College motorists will experience traffic delays beginning Monday October 20th.


Philipsburg based State Police are investigating the theft of a utility trailer in Worth Township, Centre County.


Some homes in Beccaria Township, Clearfield County will benefit from a Department of Environmental Protection award to extend a water line to the township.

October 19, 2014


Penn State DuBois Campus has been named as one of the most military-friendly schools in the country.


Search continues for Susan Bachman.


The Pennsylvania Department of State is launching several new online services to help corporations and professional license holders do business with the state more quickly and easily.


The Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare recently received a $5 million dollar, five-year grant focused on improving life trajectories for youth and young adults with, or at risk for, serious mental health conditions.