• By Randy Bartley J-D Editor

BROOKVILLE — Three of the people arrested in “Operation Snail Mail” will have their day in court following preliminary hearings before District Judge Gregory M. Bazylak recently. Sufficient evidence was introduced in the preliminary hearing of two of the defendants to merit their cases being…

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CLARION — The Clarion University Speech and Debate team hosted the event “Resolved: The United States Needs to Have a Serious Discussion About Gun Control” on Thursday, November 26. This event was not so much a debate as it was a forum of students discussing different viewpoints and topics a…

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CLARION — After failing to make the District 9 playoffs finishing with an 8-14 record last season, the Clarion Lady Cats basketball team under the direction of head coach Tracy Durish are hoping to get over the hump and make a return trip to the postseason. Read more

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Kaye Byerly of the Brookville Volunteer Fire Company Fire Police directs traffic at the intersection of Main and Pickering streets in Brookville following a multiple vehicle accident on I-80. In addition to the fire police from Brookville and Pine Creek fire companies, the Brookville Police … Read more



UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court is accusing some of its members including Jordan, Uganda and Chad of undermining the tribunal's "reputation and credibility" by refusing to arrest Sudan's president who is accused of genocide in Darfur.