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IUP to honor local student at commencement ceremonies Saturday
INDIANA — A local woman will be honored at Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s undergraduate winter commencement ceremony on Saturday. Elizabeth Heckman, a music education and music performance major from Brookville, completed her studies at IUP with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.
Jefferson County Man Seriously Injured in DUI Crash
HENDERSON TWP., Pa. (EYT) – A Jefferson County man was seriously injured in a DUI crash Saturday on State Route 119. Punxsutawney-based State Police said the accident happened around 5:27 p.m. on State Route 119 near its intersection with Pike Road in Henderson Township, Jefferson County.
Council approves budget, new contract with borough manager
BROOKVILLE — The Brookville Borough Council has approved the 2019 budget with no tax increase Millage will remain at 16.515 mills, the same as this year. The 16.515 mills includes: 13.49 mills for general purposes; .90 mills for street lighting; 1.1 mills for fire protection; .225 mills for the libr
Pennsylvania Army veteran reunited with his K-9
Saturday an army veteran was reunited with his best friend, his K-9 friend that is. This is the moment Matthew Kropp, an Army veteran, reunited with Tina, the German Shepherd he worked with closely for years.
Clarion County Week in Review: Rimersburg Man Killed in Crash, Dogs Rescued, No New Taxes in Clarion, DA Talks Murder Trial
A look at the top stories in Clarion County last week. Rimersburg Man Killed in Head-On Collision on Route 322. A Rimersburg man was killed in a head-on crash that occurred on U.S. Route 322 on Tuesday night. Read more.
OC dives in with sweep of Brookville
BROOKVILLE - Christina Smith, Morgan Stover and Tommy Schneider each were four-time winners as the Oil City swim team opened its season with a sweep over Brookville in a non-region meet on Friday.
Remembering, planning and celebrating
What a wonderful time it was in Brookville this weekend. As I walked along Main Street Friday night to grab a few photos of the many events taking place, I was pleasantly reminded of other Victorian Christmas celebrations when the streets came alive with people.
State Police Release Information on Crash in Monroe Township; Two-People Injured
MONROE TWP., Pa. (EYT) – State police have released the details of a two-vehicle crash in Monroe Township that sent two people to the Clarion Hospital. According to Clarion-based State Police, this crash occurred on Sunday, December 9, around 12:18 p.m. on State Route 68 at its intersection with Int
State Police Calls: Intimate Image of Minor Disseminated, Strangulation, School Bus Harassment
Clarion-based State Police responded to the following incidents:. Dissemination of Intimate Image in Shippenville. An investigation is underway after an intimate image of an underage Rimersburg girl was disseminated by undisclosed means sometime between December 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018.
Baby dies after being found unconscious in Hotel Pennsylvania
A 4-month-old baby died early Saturday after he was found unconscious in a Midtown hotel — and his stepsister and her pal have been taken into custody, cops said. An employee at the Hotel Pennsylvania on Seventh Avenue near West 33rd Street spotted one of the women holding little Dominic Greene in t
CNET Busts Clarion Man for Selling Marijuana
CLARION BOROUGH, Pa. (EYT) – CNET arrested a Clarion man after he sold marijuana to a Confidential Informant on three separate occasions. According to court documents, Clarion County Detectives filed the following criminal charges against Jovante Alexander Seard, of Clarion, on December 13:
Why wasn’t the bear that attacked the Pennsylvania woman hibernating?
While many of Pennsylvania’s 20,000 black bears are likely now hibernating, it’s not unusual to see bear out and active late into December, even early January. The bear involved in the attack Wednesday night that led to the hospitalization of a Lycoming County woman is not an anomaly simply because
Jail sees decrease in inmates
CLEARFIELD — Clearfield County Jail saw inmate population drop and for the first time in months — Clearfield County doesn’t have inmates housed in other county jails. At yesterday’s meeting of the Clearfield County Prison Board, Warden Greg Collins reported the inmate population has dropped down to
'Texting Thru Recovery': Home for Christmas
Someone said a photo my son took at my sister’s house several Decembers ago could be a magazine cover, but looks are deceiving. It reminds me of a less-than-perfect holiday — our first Christmas without Mom. Still, it felt like home with familiar faces around the table.
Food drive puts teachers' hair on the line
Brockway, Jefferson County, Pa. - A non-perishable food drive started at Brockway Area Junior/Senior High School puts a few of the teachers in a hairy situation. The drive was started by agriculture teacher Kyle Norman, who wanted to do something to give back at Christmas.
State Police Calls: Dispute in Marienville, Crash in Leeper
The Pennsylvania State Police responded to the following incidents:. Marienville-based State Police responded to a dispute along Kimberly Jo Lane in Jenks Township, Forest County, on December 9 around 10:00 p.m.
Featured Local Job: Auto Mechanics
Smith’s Auto Sales is looking for a two reliable auto mechanics to work at our Clarion shop. Must have a knowledge of all cars, suvs and trucks. Able to work Monday – Friday 9-5 and Saturdays 9-2.
Clearfield Bison Wrestlers Nearly Pull Off Stunning Upset in 37-36 Loss to DuBois
DUBOIS — There were only five matches left when freshman Karson Kline (5-2) took the mat and grunted out a hard fought 5-2 decision over Braxton Adams, putting Clearfield ahead of DuBois 36-9. It looked like the Bison might pull an early season upset over the defending district champions, but it was
Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease confirmed in Jefferson County
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture received notice Wednesday from USDA confirming rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHD) in two pet rabbits that died on December 7 in Clover Township, Jefferson County.
Disease spreading among pet rabbits
Harrisburg - The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture received notice Wednesday from the USDA confirming Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHD) in two pet rabbits that died on December 7 in Clover Township, Jefferson County. The site is under quarantine, and is being cleaned and disinfected. The disease