|School Board Asked to Keep Electives|
the school board works on the budget
they must make difficult decisions on what to cut. At last nights DuBois
School Board work session concerned parents teachers and students spoke
about what programs
they believe are too valuable to loose. They asked the board to consider
real value of elective classes and extracurricular activities when
where to make funding cuts.
|FOW Turns Himself in|
CLEARFIELD – Clearfield County District Attorney, William A. Shaw, Jr., announced the fugitive of the week Kody Clayton
Best, age 20, of Daisy Street, Clearfield, turned himself in.
|Possible Tax Breaks for Volunteer Fire Fighters|
HARRISBURG- Responding to a growing shortage of volunteer firefighters,
Senator Lisa Baker (R-20) and Senator Sean Wiley (D-49) have joined forces to
introduce a bill to give municipalities the power to waive their local earned
income tax for volunteer first responders.
|Bill to Help Small Businesses|
at an April 15 press conference in the state Capitol, Senator Scott Hutchinson
announced plans to introduce legislation intended to help Pennsylvania’s small
businesses expand and grow.