DuBOIS — An overview of purchases made by the DuBois Area School District with its $200,000 state grant to implement its plan for job training and educational programs was presented to the boa…

DuBOIS — The DuBois Area School District has merged its Regional Economic Acceleration for the Development of our Youth (READY) initiative with the state’s components for phase three, accordin…

BROCKWAY — In a sign of the times, the Brockway Area School District recently hosted two trainers from the Clearfield-Jefferson Drug & Alcohol Commission to teach 20 staff members about Na…

DuBOIS — Students returned to school Tuesday at the DuBois Area Middle School after four days off due to indoor air quality and mold concerns that has plagued the DuBois Area School District o…

GLOVER: We can fully employ the next 10 generations of Pennsylvanians rebuilding our cities, towns, and farms so they need a fraction of the fossil fuel. It is less the fault of the unemployed that they have no job than the fault of the “job creators” that they have sent our best manufacturing jobs overseas. My plan to create 500,000 new jobs through the Green Labor Administration (GLAD), without raising taxes, will enable every able-bodied Pennsylvanian to contribute to this process. At the same time, access to health care is an absolute right that can be provided by regional self-financing medical co-ops that are assisted by state government. I am founder of such a co-operative.

CLEARFIELD — Jason Merritts, 37, of Park Avenue Extension, Clearfield, who is accused of participating in a drug ring responsible for distributing $1.5 million worth of crystal methamphetamine, waived his right to a preliminary hearing before District Judge James Glass Wednesday at Centraliz…

DuBOIS — District Judge Patrick N. Ford of DuBois presided over preliminary hearings and other proceedings Friday.

President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman heard the following cases at sentencing court for the month of September:

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BROOKVILLE — Considering it took two overtimes to decide the winner the first time Brookville and DuBois Central Catholic met in boys’ soccer, it wasn’t a surprise that the rematch was a hard-fought 1-0 finish.

With just two games remaining in the regular season, Tri-County Area teams enter Week 8, some looking to continue their strong seasons, while others look to end the year on a high note after t…

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DuBOIS — The DuBois volleyball team swept cross-town foe DuBois Central Catholic, 25-9, 25-15, 25-23 in the Lady Cardinals’ annual Pink Game Tuesday night at the Varischetti Sports Complex.

DuBOIS — For the fourth time in as many years, St. Marys has won the District 9 Class AA Team Tennis title, as the Lady Dutch defeated Punxsutawney 5-0 Tuesday afternoon at DuBois Area High School.

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DuBOIS — After falling behind 1-0, DuBois Central Catholic score five unanswered goals on their way to a 5-2 victory over visiting Redbank Valley despite less than ideal weather and field cond…

It’s right around the corner. That’s right — flu season. And like clockwork, the familiar muscle aches, coughs, chills, headaches, runny noses, sneezes and sore throats return, too. With the kids back in school, there’s also a much greater chance that they could catch a bug and bring it home to share with the rest of the family.

It’s autumn, and the markets are filled with a harvest of carrots, parsnips beets and turnips, loaded with fiber and vitamin C. But how do you eat these rich root vegetables? Chef Jeffory McLean, of the New York Wine and Culinary Institute, offers some tips on buying and preparing seasonal root vegetables, just in time for comfort food.

It’s said that a positive attitude is essential to health and wellness. Keeping a positive attitude in the face of great obstacles — tragedy, anger, violence, illness or hardship — is life’s toughest challenge. Hank Commodore has a simple, unfailing solution: Humble yourself with wisdom, and practice love and kindness to humankind.