GANT RELOAD: Week of Sept. 19

The GANT 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 GANT 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.

Clearfield Police Bust Meth Lab

CLEARFIELD – The investigation is continuing after Clearfield Borough police busted a methamphetamine lab Saturday.

PHOTOS: Susquehanna River Water Levels Low

CLEARFIELD – The water levels are low along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River in Clearfield due to damage that recently occurred to the Raftsman’s Memorial Dam. Photos are by GANT photojournalist Steven McDole.

Clearfield School Board to Consider Refinancing Bonds

CLEARFIELD – The Clearfield school board will consider refinancing bonds after hearing a financial analysis from Jamie Doyle of The PFM Group, the district’s independent financial advisor, at Monday night’s committee meeting.

Clearfield Borough to Provide Curb-side Leaf Pick-up

CLEARFIELD – Clearfield Borough will provide curb-side leaf pick-up and has released its collection schedule.

Williams Hired as Clearfield Municipal Authority Manager

CLEARFIELD – The Clearfield Municipal Authority officially hired John C. Williams as the authority’s manager, effective Sept. 20.

Komonczi Apologizes for Actions at Fair Parade

CLEARFIELD – Executive Director Holly Komonczi addressed the press after yesterday’s meeting of the Clearfield County Recreation and Tourism Authority regarding the board’s vote to suspend her for 30 days without pay and also requesting a public apology for actions at the Clearfield County Fair Parade Aug. 1.

CCRTA Suspends Komonczi; Two Board Members Resign

CLEARFIELD – Tempers flared and tensions ran high during yesterday’s Clearfield County Recreation and Tourism Authority meeting, at which the executive director was suspended for 30 days without pay and two board members tendered resignations.

Shaw Public Library Reps Stress Importance of Public Libraries to Lawrence Township

CLEARFIELD – Representatives of the Joseph & Elizabeth Shaw Public Library, Clearfield, are stressing the importance of local libraries.

DuBois Man Charged for Allegedly Posing as Woman Online to Get Photos of Teen Boy

DUBOIS – Child pornography charges have been filed against a DuBois man who allegedly posed as a woman online to get photos of a teen boy.

Team Starr Hill in Race to Recover America’s Missing Children, Fireball Run Adventure-Travel Series

UNIVERSAL FLORIDA- Kenn Starr and his father, Ken Sr., local business owners at Starr Hill Vineyard & Winery, Curwensville, have been selected to participate in Season 10, Fireball Run Anniversary Edition, a 26-episode adventure-travel competition series distributed by Amazon Instant Video.

UPDATED BREAKING NEWS: Clark and Carfley Taken into Custody

CLEARFIELD – Both suspects who were wanted for allegedly being involved in the Clearfield Borough shooting, which occurred Sept. 5 at the Laundry Station on North Third Street in downtown Clearfield, were taken into custody Thursday without incident.

BREAKING: Continental Carbonic Products Inc. to Establish a New Manufacturing Facility in Clearfield

HARRISBURG – Gov. Tom Wolf has announced that Continental Carbonic Products Inc., a producer and distributor of solid and liquid carbon dioxide and dry-ice blasting machines, will establish a facility in Clearfield County. The move will create 60 new, full-time jobs.

CNB Employees Raise $1,000 for No Tyme Like the Present
Aaron Presents Program to Curwensville Rotary

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