ST. MARYS — It was crystal clear from her arrival at Toastmasters that Shanda Kelsch is extraordinarily passionate about the fate of children being raised in desperate circumstances. She is not referring to children suffering from poverty in a Third World country or surviving in a war-town e…

The Guidance Center’s Big Brothers Big Sisters of Jefferson, Elk and McKean counties program attended the June 2 home Altoona Curve game. Big and Little Brothers, Big and Little Sisters, family members and youth waiting to be matched with a volunteer were invited to attend. Altoona Curve sta…

Eight Basic Principles of Life and Success, hosted by Square One Community, will be held from 6-7 p.m. on July 31, Aug. 7, and Aug. 14 at 1590 Kiwanis Trail, DuBois. 

LOCK HAVEN — The 101st PGA Championship took place from May 16-19, quickly following the end of the 2019 spring semester. As the top professional golfers teed off at the championship, three Lock Haven University sport administration students volunteered for the week as members of the Corpora…

UNIVERSITY PARK — Spotted lantern flies, invasive plant diseases, robots in agriculture and education, and foreign animal diseases will be among the topics highlighted in displays and presentations at the College of Agricultural Sciences Exhibits Building and Theatre during Penn State’s Ag P…

CLEARFIELD — Children’s Aid Society’s Adoption and Foster Care Training and Support Group will hold sessions the third Monday of each month from 6-8 p.m. at 1008 S. Second St., Clearfield. The program is held in conjunction with the Relatives as Parents Program.

Does your company or organization have a unique truck or vehicle that you'd like to display at Touch A Truck? The Greater DuBois Chamber of Commerce, Glenn O. Hawbaker, DuBois Walmart, Firehouse Pizzeria, and DuBois Kiwanis Club, are holding this annual event on Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Du…

The following is part of an occasional installment of “old time headlines” compiled by the DuBois Area Historical Society. The headlines were researched by the historical society board member Ken Wiser. Headlines and story samplings appear as they did when they were published in the newspaper.

STATE COLLEGE — Join the Centre County Historical Society on Sunday, July 28, at 2 p.m. for American Higher Education since World War II: A History by Dr. Roger Geiger at the Centre Furnace Mansion.