CLARION — Clarion University Department of Chemistry, Math, and Physics invites children and adults in the community to take part in the 2020 Crystal Growing Competition.
Children’s Aid Society in Clearfield County will be hosting an Adoption and Foster Care Info Event on Saturday, March 14 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at 1008 S. 2nd St., Clearfield.
LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven University has announced its fall 2019 semester dean’s list. The following students from Progressland made the list.
BUTLER — Helping animal-feed manufacturers understand and implement good manufacturing practices in accordance with the Food Safety Modernization Act will be the focus of a workshop offered by Penn State Extension on Feb. 18-20. The two-and-a-half day course provides instruction on the devel…
DuBOIS — The DuBois Area Middle School has announced the A and B Honor Rolls for the second nine weeks.
OLANTA — Hunter Hipps, a 2019 graduate of Clearfield Area Junior-Senior High School, recently was named to the Dean's List at Point Park University in the Department of Natural Sciences Engineering and Technology for the fall semester. Hipps is also a member of the Point Park baseball team.
Jefferson County Housing Authority Section 8 Program recently awarded Marty Clark of Punxsutawney a certificate honoring him as 2019 Landlord of the Year. This is the first time such an honor has been given by JCHA and they are hopeful to continue to make this an annual presentation, for a l…
CLARION — The ServSafe Food Safety Manager Course, course conducted by Penn State Extension, is being held on Feb. 10 from 9 a.m.–4 p.m. and Feb. 17 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Trinity Point Church of God, 180 West Trinity Dr. The certification exam will begin at noon on Feb. 17.
If you are looking for a simple-to-make but festive appetizer to serve ahead of Christmas dinner or to drop-in guests visiting this week, look no further than this simple to prepare Snowman Cheese Ball.
(TNS) — A new Penn Medicine study of data from the national transplant registry found that kidneys from donors with the hepatitis C virus functioned just as well as uninfected kidneys during the year after transplant.