DALLAS — The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has promoted DuBois native Heidi Mitchell to vice president and assistant general auditor.
CLEARFIELD — The Clearfield Center for Active Living encourages individuals to exercise indoors during the winter weather with a group.
BROOKVILLE — Jolene Hartle says being the executive director of the Brookville Area Chamber of Commerce doesn’t feel like a job because she is so excited to meet area business owners and find out how the chamber can help them.
BROOKVILLE — Jefferson County residents received a bit of a gift from county leaders Tuesday with the approval of the 2020 budget.
DuBOIS — Assistant secretary/treasurer Shelly Reasinger has been named the new secretary/treasurer for Sandy Township following action taken by the supervisors at this week’s meeting.
- Humidity: 66%
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- Wind: 11 mph
- UV Index: 2 Low
- Sunrise: 07:37:04 AM
- Sunset: 05:12:43 PM
Some lingering morning flurries or snow showers. Cloudy skies early, followed by partial clearing. High 29F. Winds NNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Cloudy. Some mixed winter precipitation possible. Low around 20F. Winds E at 5 to 10 mph.
Cloudy with snow. Some mixed winter precipitation possible. High near 35F. Winds SSE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of snow 100%. 5 to 8 inches of snow expected.
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PUNXSUTAWNEY — A Punxsutawney man faces assault charges after his wife reported multiple domestic incidents.
DuBOIS — Two area residents have been charged with releasing toxic fumes inside a small apartment while trying to get high, according to a criminal complaint filed at the office of District Judge Patrick Ford of DuBois.
BROOKVILLE — Magisterial District Judge Gregory Bazylak presided over the following preliminary hearings Jan. 9.
BROOKVILLE — Charges were filed by the Pennsylvania Game Commission Friday related to the social media video of two Brookville teenagers allegedly abusing a deer while out hunting on Nov. 30.
DuBOIS — District Judge Patrick N. Ford of DuBois presided over preliminary hearings and other proceedings on Jan. 10.
ST. MARYS — Cross-town rivals St. Marys and Elk County met for the second time this season Friday night at ECC, and the host Crusaders used a strong fourth quarter push to come away with a 56-43 victory in District 9 League action.
The past decade of girls basketball action in the Tri-County Area produced a mixed bag of results team-wise and ultimately the 2010s may go down as a time period remembered more for the individual players who competed during it than teams that made magical postseason runs.
DuBOIS — As far as “senior moments” go, this one turned out to be a pretty good one –at least for the DuBois Central Catholic High School girls’ basketball team.
There are a lot of sports where teams and athletes from the Tri-County Area — and District 9 as a whole — don’t get the respect they deserve from different parts of the state, but wrestling isn’t one of them.
CLEARFIELD — The DuBois girls swim team secured a first place finish in the Clearfield Arctic Swim Classic with a score of 208 to beat the host Lady Bison by 19 points Saturday at Clearfield High School.
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