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…
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.
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.
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A Morrisdale woman is facing homicide charges after she allegedly shot her disabled husband to death and attempted to pass it off as suicide.
RIDGWAY — A Ridgway woman facing several drug charges following an August traffic stop waived her preliminary hearing Oct. 9.
REYNOLDSVILLE — A Reynoldsville couple faces charges after police responded to a domestic dispute Sept. 30.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — A Punxsutawney couple face felony charges of forging checks and stealing $583 from a man during a burglary Sept. 27.
EMERICKVILLE — A truck crashed into a house near Emerickville around midnight Monday trapping a family in the upstairs of their home.
CURWENSVILLE — The Curwensville Golden Tide held a 15-14 halftime lead over the visiting Otto-Eldred Terrors Friday night at Coach Andy Evanko Field — thanks in part to a big second quarter that saw the Golden Tide establish the running game with Duane Brady. But the Terrors came out in the …
Despite nearly doubling visiting Bald Eagle Area in offensive plays (75-40) and holding a slight edge in total yards (345-336), the Clearfield football team came out on the wrong end of a 36-28 score Friday night at the Bison Sports Complex.
CLARION — The Clarion Bobcats took out their frustrations from last weeks loss in a big way with a 51-6 rout of Bradford on Homecoming night at Clarion University Memorial Field.
COUDERSPORT — Staking claim as the final undefeated team in District 9, defending Class A champion Coudersport turned in quite a statement win a 56-0 rout of previously unbeaten Redbank Valley at Coudersport Area Recreational Park Saturday night.
SHEFFIELD — Coming off a bye week, a well-rested Elk County Catholic football team took it to Sheffield in the first half Saturday and rolled to a lopsided 57-14 victory to move over the .500 mark on the season at 4-3.
The National Rifle Association and some gun owners — but nowhere near all gun owners — oppose state or federal laws that would require them to report stolen guns to police.
WASHINGTON — The beginning of the Supreme Court’s term this week includes momentous oral arguments on Tuesday in two cases that illustrate clashing theories about how statutes should be construed. If properly decided, the cases will nudge Congress to act like a legislative body.
LOS ANGELES — Once the 2020 presidential campaign leaves the early tests in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina, the political themes will be California themes, the issues will be California issues, and the values being debated will be California values.
History was made again when Steven L. Reed became Montgomery, Alabama’s first Black mayor-elect on Oct. 8.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The winning numbers in Thursday evening's drawing of the Pennsylvania Lottery's "Pick 2 Evening" game were:
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The winning numbers in Thursday evening's drawing of the Pennsylvania Lottery's "Pick 5 Evening" game were: