PUNXSUTAWNEY — Magisterial District Judge Jacqueline Mizerock presided over the following preliminary hearings July 22.

SIGEL — The Sigel Civic Center hosted an active shooter preparedness seminar for local churches and organizations, offering information on how they can prepare themselves in case the unthinkable happens.

District Judge Patrick N. Ford of DuBois presided over preliminary hearings and other proceedings on July 19.

GATEWAY HUMANE SOCIETYPrince is a 10-year-old Chihuahua. He is a charming little guy who is very sweet. He loves to sit on your lap. Prince may be a little shy at first, but he warms up quickly. This cute little guy would do best in a home with no small children and no other pets. Prince wil…


The nationwide shortage of diesel mechanics is so critical that Brent Woodrow, general manager of Legacy Truck Centers Inc. in DuBois, would hire 14 immediately if he could find them.


Rebranded as a Square One Community, in partnership with Miller Homes and Lezzer Lumber, the Furniture Bank of DuBois has recently re-opened to the general public.

A previous edition of The Courier Express incorrectly reported the bounce houses at the Red, White, and Blueberry Festival in Reynoldsville were sponsored by the Reynoldsville Fire Department. Actually, the bounce houses and slide were sponsored by the Sub Hub in Reynoldsville.

BROOKVILLE — Children went in search of dinosaurs at the Brookville YMCA Digging for Dinosaurs camp held at the Discovery Kids location.

PUNXSUTAWNEY – The George C. Brown Community Pool in Punxsutawney will have a Princess Tea and Swim Party on July 27 as a fundraiser for the pool.