BROOKVILLE — Januaries in the recent memory of Jefferson County residents were likely drier than last month, according to data from the county Department of Emergency Services’ latest Rain Gau…

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(This is part of an ongoing series about World War II veterans from Somerset County. Close to 500 veterans from that war die daily, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. The newspaper will tell the stories of those who remain and of those who have died as they and their families come forward. It’s the Daily American’s effort to document an important part of the nation’s history.)

PUNXSUTAWNEY — A DuBois man wanted in connection with the overdose death of a 29-year-old Brookville man last summer was arrested. The Pennsylvania State Police in collaboration with Jefferson…

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Last week was one of the more trying weeks for Americans everywhere after the news of another school shooting in Florida.

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HYDE — Given some of the happenings on, and off, the mat this season, Saturday is poised to be exciting day at the District 4/9 Class AAA Wrestling Championships at Clearfield Area High School.

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CLARION — A third matchup with backyard rival Clarion didn’t go like the first two games for the Clarion-Limestone Lions basketball team in Thursday night’s District 9 Class AA quarterfinals a…

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CLARION — The Brockway boys basketball team jumped out to a quick 10-2 lead Thursday night against Keystone, and that strong start proved to be the difference in the Rovers’ 46-42 victory in a…

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia are expanding their lawsuit accusing President Donald Trump of accepting gifts from foreign and state governments. They're suing him not only as president but in his personal capacity as a businessman.

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. companies that have partnered with the National Rifle Association to offer discounts and benefits to its members have begun to distance themselves from the gun lobbying group after the latest school shooting.

SAN DIEGO (AP) — New government figures show people arrested by deportation officers increasingly have no criminal backgrounds, reflecting the Trump administration's commitment to cast a wider net in its push to expel people in the U.S. illegally.