|Harvests up 3% Statewide in 2013-14|
Pennsylvania Game Commission reported that, in the state’s 2013-14
seasons, hunters harvested an estimated 352,920 deer – an increase of about 3
percent compared to the previous seasons’ harvest of 343,110.
|DuBois Man Sentenced for Operating Meth Lab|
DuBOIS- A DuBois man has been sentenced to
state prison for operating a meth lab. District Attorney William Shaw Jr.
identified the defendant as 53 year old Steven Sunealitis, of South Main Street,
DuBois. On May 13 an Agent from the
Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole discovered evidence of
methamphetamine production while conducting a routine home visit at the
residence of Sunealitis.
|FOW- Paul Ulrich Surrendered|
CLEARFIELD- The Fugitive of the week announced Monday has
voluntarily surrendered. 32 year old Paul Eugene Ulrich, of Johnston was added
to the Clearfield County Fugitive of the Week list for failing to appear for
court after he was charged with thefts from 2 Clearfield businesses. He
surrendered Monday and was taken to Clearfield County Jail.
|Safety Changes in Brockway|
Brockway Area School Board learned last night the district will be awarded a
Safe Schools Grant to improve school security. The $25,000 grant, among other
things, will be used to install new outdoor LED lighting around the elementary
and high schools.
|Universities may Break-away from State System|
State Senators from both sides of the aisle have thrown their support behind
legislation that would allow financially secure universities to break away from
the State System of Higher Education.
|Anonymous Tip Leads to FOW Capture|
– On March 6th Police apprehended a fugitive, 30 year old James Casey Lockett,
of Ramey, who was added to the Clearfield County Fugitive of the Week list in
October. He failed to appear for court after being charged with stealing an
ATV. An anonymous tip to the Clearfield County Crime Stoppers provided police
with Lockett’s location at a residence in Madera. Lockett attempted to flee the
residence. Police were able to apprehended Lockett, and he was taken into
|Report: Three-Year PA Job Growth Lags|
HARRISBURG- While many states have watched their economies improve since the
recession ended, a new report reveals a different story in Pennsylvania - one
in which the state has watched job growth plummet to among the worst in the
|Three Hopefuls file for Governor Ballot|
HARRISBURG(AP) — The first candidates for Governor to file petitions to get on the
May 20 primary ballot are Democrats John Hanger and Jack Wagner and Republican