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Trial Under Way for Woman Accused of Shooting Nurse

CLEARFIELD – The trial got under way yesterday for an Osceola Mills woman accused of shooting her home care nurse in December of 2012. Clearfield County President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman is presiding over the case. Marlene Kenjora, 71, of Osceola Mills has been charged with...

Crime

DuBois City Council Focuses on Beautification

DUBOIS – City residents will now be subject to Council Bill No. 1895, an ordinance which amended Chapter 5 of the Code Ordinances of the City of DuBois. This ordinance added Part 6 “…providing for the issuance of tickets for those offenses as defined by resolution rather...
Posted On 23 Sep 2014

National News

Hacked Home Depot cash registers affect 56 million customer cards

Windsor Genova – Fourth Estate Cooperative Contributor Atlanta, GA, United States (4E) – Home Depot said Thursday that a detection-evading malware inserted into its stores’ cash registers affected the credit and debit cards of 56 million customers. The company...
Posted On 18 Sep 2014
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Business

Marcellus Drilling Boom May Have Led to Too Many Hotel Rooms, Researchers Say

UNIVERSITY PARK – Drilling in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale region led to a rapid increase in both the number of hotels and hotel industry jobs, but Penn State researchers report that the faltering occupancy rate may signal that there are now too many hotel rooms....
Posted On 21 Sep 2014

Health

Local Nutritionist Newly Certified to Help Patients with Difficult Health Problems

CURWENSVILLE – Representatives of Oxford Biomedical Technologies Inc. announced recently that Susan G. Kordish, licensed dietitian/nutritionist and co-owner of Premier Planning & Management LLC in Curwensville, has passed the examination to become a certified LEAP therapist....
Posted On 23 Sep 2014

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