Woman Found Guilty of Simple Assault, Recklessly Endangering Another Person

CLEARFIELD – A jury deliberated for approximately 45 minutes yesterday before finding a 23-year-old Houtzdale woman, Sabrina C. Gardner, not guilty of aggravated assault. She was found guilty of simple assault and recklessly endangering another person. The charges stemmed from an...

Verdict Expected Today in Aggravated Assault Trial

CLEARFIELD – The verdict is expected today in the trial for a Houtzdale woman who has been accused of throwing a beer bottle and seriously injuring another woman at a birthday party in August of 2012. Sabrina C. Gardner, 23, of Houtzdale has been charged with aggravated assault,...

Man Waives Hearing in Arson Case

CLEARFIELD – A Madera man accused of setting a residence on fire twice in the same day waived his right to a preliminary hearing during Centralized Court on Wednesday at the Clearfield County Jail. Nathaniel A. Mostoller, 24, of Madera has been charged with arson; burglary;...

Jury Delivers Split Verdict in Conrad Trial

CLEARFIELD – A jury deliberated for approximately 20 minutes yesterday before finding Keith A. Conrad, 51, of DuBois guilty of theft by failure to make the required disposition of funds. However, the jury found Conrad not guilty of deceptive business practices. Judge Paul Cherry...

County Considering Voting Precinct Change

CLEARFIELD – The Board of Elections is currently considering the relocation of Cooper Township’s second voting precinct, announced Dawn Graham, elections director, at yesterday’s Clearfield County Commissioners’ meeting. Cooper Township’s second voting precinct is currently...

Second Amendment Supporters Urged to “Stand Up and Fight” at Rally

CLEARFIELD – Supporters of the Second Amendment were urged to “get a seat at the table” to fight gun control legislation and not to be “on the menu” of “gun grabbers” during a rally Saturday at Grice Gun Shop. Owner Tom Grice hosted the Second Amendment rally in a storeroom and...

DEP Extends PA Waste Deadline Again

CLEARFIELD – The state Department of Environmental Protection has granted PA Waste LLC an extension until Nov. 21 to respond to the more than 70 deficiencies identified within its proposed Camp Hope Run landfill permit. PA Waste has proposed the construction of a landfill that...

NY Resident Waives Hearing in Drug Case

CLEARFIELD – The last of the three New York residents who were allegedly found in possession of large amounts of drugs and cash after a traffic stop in Lawrence Township in February appeared for their preliminary hearing Wednesday during Centralized Court at the Clearfield County...

County Approves Voting Precinct Changes

CLEARFIELD – The Board of Elections will relocate three voting precincts, effective for the May 20 Primary Election, after Dawn Graham, director of elections, gained approval from the Clearfield County Commissioners at yesterday’s regular meeting. The voting precinct changes will...

Maney: Girard Twp. Tax Collector Accused of Impropriety

CLEARFIELD – The Girard Township tax collector has been accused of approximately $50,000 worth of improprieties after the Clearfield Area School District’s auditor performed a review of local tax collectors, announced Sam Maney, business administrator, at Monday’s regular school...