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Old 10-07-2006, 12:20 AM
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Hi all, I may be moving to Clarion, PA in the next year. I really don't know much about the city. Can anyone give me any information on it. I am not a college student going there to school but, have family there. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks everyone.........
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Old 03-05-2007, 12:45 PM
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Greetings, are you still looking for information on Clarion?
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Old 03-05-2007, 09:30 PM
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Hi, I am the wife of Robert Smith & I grew up in Clarion, PA. I also went to Clarion University. We would love to move back to Clarion. Currently, we live in Erie, PA but cannot move as my husband cannot transfer down there. It is a beautiful, clean quiet town. Quite picturesque, esp. if you get out in the country. Having a college keeps the town "up" on things in terms of having current movies, culture, etc. but not so "up" that it has city problems! The "locals" are by nature nice people who don't mind new people moving into the area. I know, since I used to be one of those "locals." The town is hopping while college is in session & quiet during the summer mths. Schools that might interest you if you have kids are Clarion Limestone (my alma mater!), Clarion (known as the "elitist" school when I was a kid!), Brookville or North Clarion. I haven't ckd all the school facts on Brookville or North Clarion but do know that C-L has done well on PSSA tests. Check out the beauty of Cook Forest, Clear Creek State Park(best kept secret for quiet camping & getting away from it all!!!) and all the hiking, biking, canoeing, hunting, horseback riding you can take! Hope this helps!! Also, as far as homes go, in Brookville area, the taxes can be quite high-- also the same for right in Clarion Boro.
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Old 04-17-2007, 11:08 AM
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Hi! I am also moving to Clarion. I will be attending Graduate School at the University and will be moving there with my boyfriend in August. I haven't heard too much about the city. I am wondering if anyone can point me in the direction to find some apartments. And also, my boyfriend is not going to school. He will be looking for work when we are in Clarion. He has a college degree. How is the job market in Clarion? Thanks for all your help!!! Megan
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