BROOKVILLE — By a one vote margin the Brookville Area School Board has adopted a $26.2 million budget for the 2018-2019 school year. Also adopted Monday night were the tax resolutions to support the budget, which includes a 0.9923 mill real estate tax increase.


HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — These Pennsylvania lotteries were drawn Sunday:

DuBOIS — More charges have been filed against a 23-year-old DuBois man arrested in connection with a series of arsons which occurred in a residential area of Sandy Township, Clearfield County,…

DuBOIS — District Judge Joseph M. Morris specially presided over preliminary hearings and other proceedings at the office of District Judge Patrick N. Ford recently.

DuBOIS — A 50-year-old DuBois man waived his right to a preliminary hearing before District Judge Patrick Ford June 1 after being accused of threatening people with a box knife, according to D…

ALTOONA — Curwensville’s Nick Stewart and Bryce Timko scored third-quarter touchdowns to wipe away a frustrating first half and the North held on for a 22-21 victory over the South Friday at Mansion Park in the 34th Lezzer Lumber Classic.


DuBOIS — The DuBois and Punxsutawney Little League All-Star softball teams squared off for the second time in a week Saturday, and with a trip to District 10 title game at stake, it was DuBois…


DuBOIS — Mother Nature proved to be a stiff competitor this past spring, but despite poor weather conditions, the 2018 high school softball season proved to be another highly successful one fo…

Question: Something has been eating the plants in my garden. At first I thought I must have a really bad insect problem, but I’ve looked really carefully for a few days now and I don’t see any insects. I did see a rabbit hanging around, so maybe that’s the problem. Is there anything I can do to get the rabbit to leave my garden alone?

Editor’s Note: The recipe for “whoopie pies” in last week’s Tri-County Sunday brought a quick response from one faithful reader. Since I’ve never made a gob in my life, I’m bowing to the expert and her Mother’s delicious recipe. Thanks Beth for taking the time to set us straight on gobs!

WASHINGTON — No elaborate catechism is required to determine if someone is a conservative. A single question, as simple as it is infallible, suffices: For whom would you have voted in the presidential election of 1912?

Recently your town hosted the USCAA Small College World Series for 10 teams.