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State Police Calls: Troopers Investigating ‘Quick Change’ Incident at Local Gas Station

State Police Calls: Troopers Investigating ‘Quick Change’ Incident at Local Gas Station

April 12, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
PSP Clarion also investigated incidents of identity theft and DUI.
IHS Clarion Hospital, CORE Celebrate National Donate Life Month with Flag Raising Ceremony

IHS Clarion Hospital, CORE Celebrate National Donate Life Month with Flag Raising Ceremony

April 12, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
Members of the participating organizations raised a flag to support and raise awareness about organ donation.
North Clarion High School to Present ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarves’ This Weekend

North Clarion High School to Present ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarves’ This Weekend

April 12, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
Performances are scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on Friday, April 12, and Saturday, April 13
Clarion Rotary Greets Brookville Author John Pozza

Clarion Rotary Greets Brookville Author John Pozza

April 10, 2024 | Matt Lerch
Pozza’s new book is titled “Conversations on The Neighborhood.”
New Bethlehem Barbershop Chorus to Host ’66th Annual Parade of Barbershop Harmony’ on April 27

New Bethlehem Barbershop Chorus to Host ’66th Annual Parade of Barbershop Harmony’ on April 27

April 9, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
Tickets are $12.00 in advance and may be purchased from any Chorus member or by calling 800-227-4161.
Cook Forest Announces Upcoming Programming

Cook Forest Announces Upcoming Programming

April 6, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
Join in on the fun for an evening walk, a historical tour, and much more!
UPDATE: Route 2008 Reopened in Jefferson County; Other Roads Remain Closed Amid Heavy Rainfall, Flood Warning

UPDATE: Route 2008 Reopened in Jefferson County; Other Roads Remain Closed Amid Heavy Rainfall, Flood Warning

April 4, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
Route 2008 (Desire Road/Rock Dump Road/Panic Wishaw Road/Panic Knoxdale Road/Berry Road) between the intersection of Route 119 to Route 410 in Henderson Township is now open.
UPDATE: Route 2008 Reopened in Jefferson County; Other Roads Remain Closed Amid Heavy Rainfall, Flood Warning

UPDATE: Route 2008 Reopened in Jefferson County; Other Roads Remain Closed Amid Heavy Rainfall, Flood Warning

April 4, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
Route 66 between the intersection of Jefferson Street and First Street/Lincoln Street in Parks Township, Armstrong County, is closed with detour due to a landslide.
Local Woman Accused of Stuffing Backpack With Merchandise in Changing Room of Sporting Goods Store

Local Woman Accused of Stuffing Backpack With Merchandise in Changing Room of Sporting Goods Store

April 4, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
A Summerville woman was allegedly seen in the changing room of a sports store in Monroe Township apparently filling a backpack full of items.
Opening Day of Trout Season Is This Saturday

Opening Day of Trout Season Is This Saturday

April 4, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
Anglers may begin fishing at 8 a.m.
Tickets Now on Sale for 12th Annual ‘Clarion Cheers and Beers Walk’

Tickets Now on Sale for 12th Annual ‘Clarion Cheers and Beers Walk’

April 4, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
The popular event will once again take place in downtown Clarion on Friday, May 3.
Rick’s Racing Roundup: Area Tracks Hope to Push Through Weather on Opening Weekends

Rick’s Racing Roundup: Area Tracks Hope to Push Through Weather on Opening Weekends

April 3, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
If you are headed to a race track this weekend, be sure to check ahead as some tracks may move their start times up to combat the colder temperatures.
Multiple Clarion County Communities Without Power

Multiple Clarion County Communities Without Power

April 2, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
FirstEnergy reports outages in Knox, New Bethlehem, and East Brady Borough.
Local Man Sideswipes Vehicle, Causing It to Crash Into Embankment in Porter Township

Local Man Sideswipes Vehicle, Causing It to Crash Into Embankment in Porter Township

April 1, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
Three local individuals were involved in the side-swipe crash on Route 861.
State Police Calls: Local Man Reportedly Steals One-Pound Chocolate Egg

State Police Calls: Local Man Reportedly Steals One-Pound Chocolate Egg

April 1, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
Police say a known Tionesta man stole a one-pound chocolate egg from Country Fair in Shippenville.
Clarion County EDC Receives Grant Through Main Street America, Kauffman Foundation

Clarion County EDC Receives Grant Through Main Street America, Kauffman Foundation

March 29, 2024 | Jacob Deemer
CCEDC has been selected as one of 30 communities nationwide to participate in Main Street America’s Equitable Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Rural Communities Pilot Program.