CLARION — With their cookers situated in close proximity and the easy banter between the two, Chris Kossman and Martin Berkery could have been mistaken for teammates as opposed to competitors in the Backyard BBQ Contest for amateurs at this past weekend’s Clarion BBQ Festival.
CLARION — Rick Girt of Rub -N- Tug BBQ and Robb Hetrick of Devil’s BBQ carried the banner for local professional barbequers at the fourth annual Clarion BBQ Festival this past weekend.
BROOKVILLE — Jefferson County Elections Director Karen Lupone said turnout was down Tuesday. With 97.30 percent of votes in the precincts tabulated only 6,083 total ballots were cast.
BROOKVILLE — Third graders at Hickory Grove Elementary School had the opportunity to spend the day in downtown Brookville, watching classroom history come alive.
Both finishing their junior years at Slippery Rock University, Brookville’s Logan Thrush and Hali Olson are off to their next assignment with a busy summer ahead.
BROOKVILLE — Following a nine-hour standoff that began Sunday night, Pennsylvania State Police arrested John Wayne Kunselman, 46, of Brookville and charged him with terroristic threats with intent to terrorize another, recklessly endangering another person, criminal trespass/simple trespass …
FALLS CREEK — Taylor Avenue Cemetery caretaker Shawn Askey said tombstones that were vandalized earlier this month are scheduled to be put back into place soon.
BROOKVILLE — Ken Burkett of the Jefferson County History Center said the Scripture Rocks Heritage Park in Brookville is a place where people can appreciate a part of Brookville’s historical heritage.
BROOKVILLE — Bids for the replacement of water and sewer lines on East Main Street and Franklin Avenue came in higher than the Brookville Municipal Authority expected.
DuBOIS — The DuBois Area Community Concert Association (DACCA) will once again be presenting four outstanding concerts for the 2019-2020 season at the DuBois Area Middle School, according to DACCA President Frank Foulkrod.