CLARION — Clarion University’s Common Book program will culminate on Tuesday, with an on-campus appearance by Bill McKibben, author of “Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out.” McKibben’s book, a grim exploration of the threats climate change poses to the planet and future of ci…
BYRNEDALE — St. Marys native Stacy Foster has a passion for something that many people may find shocking — snakes.
RIDGWAY — Swearing in ceremonies were held Friday in the Cameron County Courthouse in Emporium for Hon. Shawn T. McMahon, president judge of Elk and Cameron counties. On Thursday afternoon in Elk County Court, Thomas G. Gregory Coppolo was sworn in as Elk County’s new district attorney.
DuBOIS — Three people lost their home after a fire broke out at 19 N. Jared St. in DuBois Friday afternoon, according to DuBois Volunteer Fire Department Chief Joe Mitchell, but no injuries were reported.
CLEARFIELD — The remains of Shanna Carlson, 34, of Clearfield, were found in an apartment complex that was destroyed by an explosion followed by a fire Friday morning on the 300-block of E. Market Street in downtown Clearfield across from Dotts Ford Motor Co.
DuBOIS — Two local groups of musicians will combine their talents in a concert Monday evening to benefit the DuBois Food Pantry.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — The Punxsutawney Country Club’s special event planning team works like a well-oiled machine. After major staff and management changes over the past two years, the club now has a veteran team of event staff who have worked together previously.
FRANKLIN — Blue skies and puffy white clouds formed the backdrop for a flight aboard a 1929 Ford Tri-Motor, the first true commercial airliner. Carrying nine passengers, the pilot and a guest co-pilot, the venerable aircraft took a few loops above the city of Franklin Sept. 26 through Sept. …
Deana Lemmon, LTCP, has been recognized for her hard work and expertise in helping consumers enroll in and manage qualified health coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Rocky and Margaret McCarty, who own a therapy donkey, were incorrectly identified in the Sept. 23 edition of the Tri-County Sunday.