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Death of James Whitman Ruled Accidental

CLARION, Pa. (EYT) – The death of a Clarion University student whose body was found in Highland Township earlier this year has been ruled accidental. On February 21, 21-year-old James Whitman, of Riverview, Florida, was found deceased approximately 100 feet above the Toby Creek Bridge on Bigley Road, in Highland Township, Clarion County.
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PIAA bylaws upend North Clarion soccer co-op

It looks like the proposed girls’ soccer cooperative agreement between North Clarion and Clarion will have to wait – if it ever happens at all. The assembled North Clarion School Board which did not have the required five members present for a quorum — was informed by North Clarion Superintendent Steve Young at the board work session June 7 the district couldn’t enter into a soccer cooperative agreement with Clarion this year because it is the middle of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) two-year classification cycle.
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Featured Local Job: Full-Time Secretary

Clarion County law firm seeks a full-time legal secretary. Responsibilities include reception, document preparation, appointment planning, and coordination. Candidates should have good phone communication, interpersonal and organization skills, prior secretarial experience preferred, but not required, and proficiency with MS Word and computer knowledge required. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.

Clarion Hospital Foundation Awards Scholarships for 2021

CLARION, PA – Clarion Hospital Foundation awarded seven scholarships to area students who will pursue education in the medical field. Brian Acey, Drew Davis, Madelyn Dunlap, Kaylynn Fulmer, Austin Kirkpatrick, Natalie Meyers, and Brooke Terwilliger were selected by committee members as the 2021 recipients. To be eligible for scholarship consideration,...
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Riverside adds beer and wine to NB location

NEW BETHLEHEM – “Almost all other states currently sell beer and wine in their grocery stores. For customers looking for these items, it is convenient for them to be able to buy them at the same place they get the rest of their groceries.”. With these words, Tom Ray, owner...
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Police: Man Behind Bars for Threatening to Kill State Police Troopers

CLARION CO., Pa. (EYT) – A man was placed in the Clarion County Jail for reportedly threatening to kill multiple Pennsylvania State Police troopers on Saturday. Court documents indicate 45-year-old Michael William Klaus, of Pittsburgh, was arraigned in front of Magisterial District Judge Timothy P. Schill at 3:45 a.m. on Saturday, June 12, on the following charges:
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Laughlin wins Hannah Fox Memorial Scholarship

NEW BETHLEHEM - The Hannah Fox Memorial Academic Scholarship, awarded by the Garden Club of Clarion County was presented this year to Rhiannon Laughlin, a 2021 graduate of Redbank Valley High School. In high school, Laughlin was a member the National Honor Society, student council and Future Business Leaders of...
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Looking Back in Time 061721

UThe 26th annual convention of the Clarion County Sunday School Association was held in the Methodist Church at Foxburg. uClarion Borough received bids for the paving of Fifth Avenue from Wood Street to the borough line, between 1,800 and 1,900 feet to a width of 24 feet. The winning bid of $32,896 was submitted by the H.L. Hileman Company.
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Man sentenced in luring case

CLARION - An Illinois man who attempted to lure a teenage girl into a semi-truck at the Clarion Walmart store was sentenced to serve up to 15 months in the Clarion County Jail. Roderick Andreus King, 31, of Flossmoor, Ill., entered a guilty plea to one count of criminal attempt...
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Local lawmakers, PennDOT officials debate bridge tolling proposal

MONROE TWP. – Dozens of Clarion County business professionals, local elected officials and state representatives gathered at the Trinity Point Church of God in Monroe Township recently for the annual Spring Legislative Breakfast. Hosted by the Clarion Area Chamber of Business & Industry, Clarion County Economic Development Corporation and Clarion...
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Write-in winners listed in Clarion, Armstrong

CLARION – Although there were quite a few public offices on the recent primary election ballot with no candidates listed, only a handful of those positions garnered enough write-in votes to have candidates appear on the general election ballots in November. In Clarion County, three Republican candidates for countywide offices...
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Farmington awards contracts 0621

The Farmington Township Board of Supervisors awarded three contracts June 2 addressing tree trimming and road work. Cyphert's Tree Service of Tylersburg submitted the lone bid for tree trimming work a $14,000 bid for work along two sections of two township roads intended to "daylight" the roads. That work is...
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Area Woman Loses $2,000 to Scam

FARMINGTON TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Police say an area woman recently lost $2,000 to a scam. Around 8:00 a.m. on June 7, Marienville-based State Police responded to a report of a theft by fraud at a location on State Route 36 in Farmington Township, Clarion County. Police say through investigation,...
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Robert James Stahlman

Robert James Stahlman, age 80 of New Bethlehem, passed away Sunday morning, June 13, 2021, at the Clarion Hospital following an illness. Born February 5, 1941, in Limestone, he was the son of the late Darrell and Betty Collett Stahlman. He was a graduate of Redbank Valley High School and continued his education at the Robert Morris School of Business.