GANT ICYMI: Week of June 4

GANT’s ICYMI 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.

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

DuBois City Police Report on Stabbing Incident

DUBOIS – DuBois City police reported on an alleged stabbing that occurred Friday night at a North Jared Street residence in DuBois.

Man Busted with Suspected Cocaine, Meth in DuBois, Police Say

DUBOIS – One man was jailed after being busted with drugs on Friday, DuBois City police say.

Walton Accused of Attempting to Blow Up DuBois Residence

DUBOIS – A man accused of attempting to blow up a DuBois residence leading to a neighborhood evacuation, is now facing charges.

Eagles Ridge Golf Course is Under New Management

CURWENSVILLE – The Eagles Ridge Golf Course is under the new management of James and Teresa Skinner.  The couple relocated to the area from Klamath Falls, Ore.

Google and Rep. Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson Host Computer Science Event for DuBois Youth

DUBOIS – On Monday morning, Google and U.S. Rep. Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson paid a visit to the DuBois Area Middle School to deliver the CS First Roadshow, a computer science education presentation developed by Google for fourth- through eighth-grade school students.

DuBois Man Waives Hearing for Allegedly Stealing, Cutting Up Vehicle

DUBOIS – A DuBois man facing several felony charges for stealing and cutting up a stolen vehicle waived his right to a preliminary hearing Friday.

Senate Approves Langerholc Bill to Provide Greater Treatment Options to Opioid Addicts

HARRISBURG – On Tuesday the State Senate unanimously approved legislation sponsored by Senator Wayne Langerholc Jr. (R-35) that is aimed at helping courts provide better treatment options to defendants addicted to opioids.

Local Movie Cast, Crew to Host All-night Community Event in DuBois

DUBOIS – The cast and crew of the upcoming film, “Three Prodigal Kings,” have party plans that will unite people at the first-ever all-night community event, “Friday Night Lights.”

LT Supers Will Not Take Financial Responsibility for DEP Fines

CLEARFIELD – At the end of Tuesday’s Lawrence Township meeting, Supervisor Chairman Randy Powell made two motions that were approved by the supervisors as a whole regarding the sanitary sewer infiltration problems in the township.

Clearfield Commissioners OK County’s Human Services Plan

CLEARFIELD – The Clearfield County Commissioners approved the county’s Human Services Plan on Tuesday.

LT Residents Concerned Regarding Zoning Change

CLEARFIELD – The meeting room for the Lawrence Township Supervisors meeting was filled with an additional crowd of around 20 people Tuesday night.

Morrisdale Woman Accused of Fleeing After Fatal Crash Waives Hearing

CLEARFIELD – A Morrisdale woman has been accused of fleeing the scene after a fatal crash.

Shaffer to Stand Trial for Allegedly Assaulting Trooper

CLEARFIELD – An Olanta man has been accused of fleeing from a traffic stop April 30 after assaulting a state trooper and trying to disarm him.

Mahaffey Woman Waives Hearing for Allegedly Trying to Stab Husband, Assaulting Trooper

CLEARFIELD – A Mahaffey woman has been accused of trying to stab her husband and assaulting a state trooper.

BREAKING: Southern Airways Announces Ticketing and Baggage Agreement with American Airlines

HERNANDO, MISS. – On the fifth anniversary of its first flight, June 6, 2013, Southern Airways today announces the launch of its interline agreement with American Airlines.

Free Hepatitis C Screenings Available
Penn Highlands Healthcare Announces $111 Million Renovation Projects to Local Facilities

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