GANT RELOAD: Week of Feb. 16

The weekly reload gives readers a look back upon the most noteworthy stories of their work week.  It contains the big headlines, as well as a few stories you might have missed. It might even include a story or two of the lighter side.

The reload will be posted each weekend for your perusal. For most part, the reload will be filled with local headlines, but every now and again, a state, world or national story will make the list.

Restitution Discussed in Kenjora Case

CLEARFIELD – Discussion in motions court in Clearfield County included the restitution owed by an Osceola Mills woman convicted of shooting her health care nurse.

Status of Inmate’s Murder Case Discussed in Court

CLEARFIELD – The status of the case against a state prison inmate accused of killing his cellmate was discussed in Clearfield County Court.

Clearfield School Board Hears about Early Childhood Grant

CLEARFIELD – Cen-Clear Child Services is interested in teaming up with the Clearfield Area Elementary School (CAES) to apply for a newly released federal, early childhood grant, according to Bruce Nicolls, CASD director of curriculum, instruction and federal programs.

ExploreJefferson: Gov. Wolf Issues Warning to New Hampshire Police Department Concerning Demand for Punxsutawney Phil’s Arrest

HARRISBURG (EYT) – Gov. Tom Wolf stepped in last week and issued a warning to the New Hampshire Police Department, which posted an arrest warrant for Punxsutawney Phil on its Facebook page.

Business Society Contributes to THON Cause

DUBOIS – Members of the Penn State DuBois Business Society have made a contribution to THON, which will aid in the fight against childhood cancer.

Community Action Receives Donation for Coat Closet

CLEARFIELD – Central Pennsylvania Community Action (CPCA) recently received a $1,000 donation to the Coat Closet Project from Northwest Savings Bank, Northwest Charitable Foundation Inc.

Additional Information Released on Suspects in Gibby’s Arson

DUBOIS – Additional information has been released regarding two suspects in a severe arson fire in DuBois.

LT Supers Hear Sewage Project Complaint

CLEARFIELD – Resident Giles Lanager addressed the Lawrence Township Supervisors with complaints of damages to his home and property resulting from the township’s sewage line upgrade construction.

Punxsutawney Man Arrested for Allegedly Assaulting DuBois Police

DUBOIS – A 31-year-old Punxsutawney man was arrested after he allegedly assaulted officers Tuesday inside a business in the first block of North Brady Street, reported the DuBois City police today.

Obama Names Clancy Secret Service Director

President Barack Obama, disregarding a government panel’s recommendation to appoint an outsider as the next Secret Service director, has chosen the former chief of his personal security detail to head the embattled agency, a White House official said on Wednesday.

Brockport Woman Facing Charges after DUI Accident

DUBOIS – Multiple charges have been filed against a Brockport woman following a traffic accident on Interstate 80.

ExploreJefferson: Three Accused of Encouraging Small Child to Smoke Weed

YOUNG TOWNSHIP (EYT) – Three Delancey residents allegedly encouraged a 1-year-old girl to smoke marijuana at a residence located on Adrian Road, in Young Township, Jefferson County, according to state police at Punxsutawney.

Gasbarre Facing Second Round of Charges

DUBOIS – A second round of charges has been brought against a DuBois woman.

Contractor Accused of Not Completing Home Improvements Waives Hearing

CLEARFIELD – A Philipsburg man accused of failing to complete contracted home improvements waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday during Centralized Court at the Clearfield County Jail.

LT Supers Approve Zoning Ordinance Changes

CLEARFIELD – At Tuesday night’s meeting, the Lawrence Township Supervisors approved several amendments to Township Zoning Ordinance No. 125 dated April 19, 1993.

Robbery Under Investigation in Philipsburg

PHILIPSBURG – The investigation is continuing into a robbery that occurred Wednesday in the parking lot behind the Main Won Chinese Kitchen on North Main Street in Philipsburg Borough.

Suspect Waives Charges for Making Threats with CO2 Shotgun, Resisting Police

CLEARFIELD – A Hyde man accused of threatening to “blast” a CO2 personal defense shotgun and resisting police when they responded to a domestic dispute waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday during Centralized Court at the Clearfield County Jail.

Sara Jane Mattern Grants Awarded by Clearfield County Charitable Foundation

CLEARFIELD – The Clearfield County Charitable Foundation recently awarded grants from the Sara Jane Mattern Fund to three organizations in Osceola Mills.

Office Professionals Conference Slated for April
Free Bat Symposium Offered at LHU Clearfield

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