Jim’s Sports Center of Clearfield is celebrating its golden anniversary.
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Moshannon Valley YMCA Program Director Chris Calliari helps unload a truck full of food that will go towards the YMCA's Anti-Hunger Program. Currently, there are 24 sites set up between Clearfield and Centre counties that give free food to those in need Monday through Friday from 12-1 p.m.
In addition to the Moshannon Valley YMCA of Philipsburg's lunch program at 24 sites in two counties, they are also still continuing its Backpack Program as part of its Anti-Hunger Program. Branch Director Mel Curtis said the YMCA has been extremely fortunate with those donating and volunteer…
PHILIPSBURG — In these trying times, there are plenty of people and organizations willing to help out those in need. The Moshannon Valley YMCA of Philipsburg is no exception, as it is currently running its Anti-Hunger Program for children at 24 sites between Clearfield and Centre counties.
Mallory Hymes, a graduate of Keokuk High School and the University of Northern Iowa, where she received a degree in gerontology, took over as administrator of Montrose Health Center last Monday.
Mallory Hymes, a 2013 graduate of Keokuk High School, has found her niche in Montrose, as the administrator at Montrose Health Center. Hymes, who started in her new position on Monday, March 30, feels she has been well prepared for this position through her studies at the University of North…
The Disabled American Veterans Transportation Network of McKean County is still taking local veterans to medical appointments, but drivers’ schedules look different during the ongoing medical crisis.
As we all know, the rapid outbreak of COVID-19 has deeply impacted the way of life for people all across the globe.
You can’t have more than 10 people at a car show, so Mayor Matt Mohrfeld brought a car show to the city.
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) has been notified of 83 additional positive cases for a total of 868 positive cases. There have been an additional 519 negative tests for a total of 9,973 negative tests to date, which includes testing reported by the State Hygienic Lab and other l…
Jim's Sports Center is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The store opened on North Third Street, Clearfield, April 1, 1970. At that time it was known as Jim's Sports & Hobby Center.
Jim's Sports Center was founded in 1970 by Jim and Donna Malloy. Pictured are Jim Malloy, seated; back row are Dan Malloy, Pat Malloy, Colleen (Campman) Malloy, Donna Malloy and Terry Malloy.
HARRISBURG — As of noon Sunday, the Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 150 additional deaths as a result of COVID-19.
By order of the City of Keokuk all recreational areas of the parks, including playgrounds and basketball courts, are closed until further notice. No gatherings of more than 10 people are allowed in any park area. Citizens may still walk in the parks but play equipment is off limits until fur…
GENEVA — The Geneva Business Improvement District has a new director.
GENEVA — The city school district has selected two finalists in the search for Superintendent Trina Newton's successor.
While it doesn't appear to be a widespread issue, local police are reminding business owners and customers to avoid close proximity and gathering — even in small numbers.
My guess is an awful lot of parents are getting a good indication of how much time, energy and work goes into schooling children these days as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
GREAT VALLEY — For those traveling Route 219 between Salamanca and Ellicottville looking for a quick snack, some unique collectibles or general country items, there’s a new place just off the main highway that’s now open.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement Friday that he will order ventilators and personal protective equipment to be redistributed from upstate hospitals to those with the greatest need angered many.
Stacy Tessman and Jake Petersen award Eric Hermansen, Luke Mosinski, Skyler Schultes and Leah Subbert with the Audubon FFA Alumni Scholarship.
AUDUBON - The Audubon FFA's annual chapter banquet was held on Thursday, March 12, at the Audubon High School. Nearly 350 members, parents and guests were in attendance to recognize the chapter and its member's numerous accomplishments over the last 12 months. Advisor, Mrs. Brittany Elmquist…
Pastor Jason Hladik and members of First Baptist Church of Olean hosted a prayer service outside Olean General Hospital Friday evening to pray for all hospital staff and care providers, as well as all patient care providers in the community.
Iroquois County Public Health Department officials said early Saturday evening that two more Iroquois County residents have tested positive for novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19.
A seventh person has tested positive for novel coronavirus in Iroquois County.
The Iowa Department of Public Health has reported to the Bremer County Health Department of a second case of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 on Saturday.
DEMOTTE — The leader of the DeMotte Chamber of Commerce sent out a letter Friday informing members that the town's annual Touch of Dutch Festival and Parade is canceled for this year.
Katelyn Elise Himes, daughter of Aimie Granger of Allegany and Daniel Himes of Bradford, Pa., and Nicholas Walter Drum, son of Carolynne leFeber of Olean and Gerard Drum Jr. of Eldred, Pa., celebrated their marriage with family and friends on March 13, 2020, in Charleston, S.C.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed as of 12:00 a.m., April 4, that there are 1,597 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 10,017 in 64 counties. The department also reported 34 new deaths among positive cases, bringing the statewide total to…
JASPER COUNTY — Armed with sewing machines, a simple pattern and a sense of pitching in, volunteers throughout Jasper County are creating gowns for the area’s first responders and heath care personnel.
HARRISBURG — As of noon Saturday, the Pennsylvania Department of Health reported two new positive COVID-19 cases in Clearfield County, bringing the total to five cases. No positive cases have yet been reported in Elk and Jefferson counties, which remain two of three counties with no confirme…
OLEAN — When Marie Howard, CEO of the Intandem agency, learned Olean General Hospital was clearing the Mildred Milliman Outpatient Surgery Center for its conversion to a second hospital for COVID-19 patients, she didn’t hesitate to offer a secure location for storage of the Milliman’s surger…
Many people are looking forward to the upcoming opener of trout season, but people in rural areas are voicing concerns over out-of-area residents coming to the region and spreading COVID-19.
City of Bradford employees that are deemed “non life-sustaining” have been furloughed as of Friday afternoon.
SALAMANCA — During this time of social distancing, it must be frustrating for a pastor to shut the church doors just when parishioners need spiritual guidance and comfort more than ever.
AUDUBON CHURCH OF CHRIST — Heath Hansen, Pastor; Services Suspended until End of April/May. online devotional every Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. through FacebookLive on our Facebook page. Our Wednesday night Bible Study is canceled until May 6
During these trying times of pandemic confinement, religious faithful have stayed connected to their congregation in any manner available. With the upcoming Palm Sunday and Easter services, those connections have become even more crucial.
WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is encouraging all Americans to only flush toilet paper, not disinfecting wipes or other non-flushable items that should be disposed of in the trash. Flushing only toilet paper helps ensure that the toilets, plumbing, sewer syst…
WATERLOO – MercyOne has accelerated its virtual visit strategy in light of the COVID-19 crisis. A virtual visit allows patients to meet with their local MercyOne provider through video chat without ever leaving the comfort and security of their home. Several family medicine and pediatrics ca…
CEDAR FALLS – Iowa’s 19th Amendment Centennial Commemoration Committee has announced all planned activities to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment (circa 1920 – women’s right to vote) are postponed until it is safe for citizens to congregate togethe…
JOHNSTON – On March 20, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed a State of Public Health Emergency Proclamation granting a temporary weight limit exemption and extension of hours for trucks operating on Iowa roads transporting corn and “agricultural supplies and commodities, including but not lim…