NEW BETHLEHEM — Ninety-seven New Bethlehem and surrounding area residents attended a three-hour seminar on mass violence on Jan. 9. The free event was sponsored by the New Bethlehem Volunteer Fire Department.
Originally done for sustenance by those living in arctic and subarctic climes, early ice fishing involved chipping a hole in the frozen surface of a lake or pond with an axe and then gigging prey with a spear. Ice fishing has since evolved into more of a recreational pursuit, enjoyed by angl…
WEST DECATUR — West Decatur resident and Osceola Mills native Dan “Killer” Kennedy has been on a competitive eating journey the past few years that has taken him all over the country.
BROOKVILLE — Policy regarding disciplinary measures came under fire Monday night during the Brookville Area School Board’s first meeting of the new year.
SHANKSVILLE — “We had all walked the same passageways, climbed the same ladders, slept or worked in the same spaces. Not all of us did this during the same timeframe though. Some were 10 years ahead of me, while others were 10 years behind. I call them my shipmates. I call them all friends.”
DALLAS — The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has promoted DuBois native Heidi Mitchell to vice president and assistant general auditor.
DuBOIS — Life’s challenges for nationally recognized interior designer Ginger Curtis have tremendously helped shape her perspective on life. She’s looking forward to sharing that message during an inspirational keynote presentation, entitled “Well Designed: A Conversation To Inspire Your Sen…
BROOKVILLE — The Pennsylvania Game Commission filed charges Friday related to the video circulating social media of two Brookville teenagers repeatedly abusing a deer while hunting on Nov. 30.
BROOKVILLE — Brookville Volunteer Fire Company’s new fire chief, Chris Henry has been a volunteer in fire companies for more than 20 years.
CLEARFIELD — The Clearfield Center for Active Living encourages individuals to exercise indoors during the winter weather with a group.