DuBOIS — The DuBois City Council breezed through a short work session Thursday, highlighted by the one item that wasn’t on the agenda.

DuBOIS — A water line broke in Sandy Township yesterday, disrupting service and closing at least one business. The break occurred at the intersection of Blinker Parkway and Behringer Highway a…

BROOKVILLE — Moving toward developing a budget for the 2018-2019 school year, the Brookville Area School Board voted Monday night to adopt an opt out resolution, limiting any real estate tax i…

Treasure Lake Property Owners’ Association Property Control Officer Connie Conner did not review the application for modification for the Aqua Pennsylvania Inc. water filtration plant during a…

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SIGEL — When Sigel Fire Chief Dave Smith hurried Christy McNutt out of her home during the fire that would destroy nearly everything she and her husband owned, she was sure that her two cats, …

RIDGWAY — If the Ridgway borough opens its streets up to all-terrain vehicles, you probably won’t be able to ride yours outside borough limits any time soon. The ordinance that Borough Manager…

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DuBOIS — Despite freezing temperatures, water line work continues in the City of DuBois, according to Manager John “Herm” Suplizio.

CLEARFIELD — Judge Frederic J. Ammerman presided over a session of plea and sentencing court on Jan. 9.

DuBOIS — A 45-year-old Brockway woman has been charged with having 155 grams of methamphetamine after DuBois City Police responded to a call for shoplifting at the downtown Goodwill store on N…

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RIDGWAY — The Ridgway wrestling team used seven six-point victories, including four falls, to rally from a 13-point deficit to handily beat visiting Redbank Valley, 48-22, Thursday.

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DuBOIS — Forget the Wheaties, apparently the Bradford Owls preferred to snack on another popular cereal before routing DuBois, 65-34, on Wednesday.

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BROCKWAY — The Johnsonburg and Brockway girls basketball teams battled down to the final second Wednesday night, and it was the visiting Ramettes who came away with a big 44-42 victory.

We stay on the hardwood for this week’s “Throwback Thursday,” but switch over to the boys side with a venture into Elk County.

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has amended her executive order calling for a special legislative session to include new tax increases and policy changes endorsed by a group of civic and business leaders.

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