BROOKVILLE — Former Jefferson County Deputy Sheriff Kyle Pisarcik was sentenced on Nov. 21 on charges of theft and forgery related to a 2017 incident.

The United States Marine Corps Reserve Ebensburg Unit and Community Action, Inc. has announced Toys for Tots drop-off locations. A new, unwrapped toy can be dropped-off for distribution to children from birth to age 16 in Jefferson County.

DuBOIS — Pastor and photographer Kyle Yates, of Brookville, will be the gallery artist at an upcoming First Friday series at the Winkler Gallery and Art Education Center from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6.

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BROOKVILLE — With a couple of 19-6 seasons and District 9 Class 3A titles along with one District 5/9 Sub-Regional title and a state playoff win, the Brookville Lady Raiders basketball team looks to continue that trend as era comes to a close this year.

NEW BETHLEHEM — Bringing back almost all of its varsity rotation from last year’s 8-14 season, the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs basketball team will try to take advantage of its strong numbers to get back to .500

BROOKVILLE — Navigating through a challenging schedule, finishing second in the District 9 League and locking up District 9 and District 5/9 Sub-Regional titles before appearing in its first state playoff game in five years and dropping an overtime heart-breaker to Deer Lakes, it was an even…

RIMERSBURG — It’s a new administration with some familiar faces running the show now for the Union Golden Knights basketball team.

Thanksgiving is Thursday and for many people that means hustling and bustling the next few days to prepare for the annual feast or travel to visit family. Others may also take time to plan their Black Friday shopping strategy or dig out last year’s Christmas decorations. Still others will be…

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Every person experiences stress at one time or another. Hearing a co-worker or family member say they are stressed has become so common that most of us probably fail to give it a second thought. But stress is not to be ignored, according to Kelly Hagan, AssuredPartners regional vice president of operations.

Nearly five years ago, approximately 40 employees at AssuredPartners’ Lexington, Kentucky, office raced around the building in their desk chairs, hustled up stairwells and participated in other unusual activities for the right to win “medals” – which were actually small plastic condiment cups spray-painted gold, silver and bronze.

As the 12th-largest and fastest-growing independent insurance agency in the united states, AssuredPartners has for the past three years been looking for ways to increase participation in wellness programs by its more than 5,000 employees.