DUBOIS/BROOKVILLE — The Community Blood Bank continues to face a critical blood shortage. As the exclusive blood supplier to the local hospitals, the shortage is a matter of public safety, and local residents are urged to donate at the upcoming blood drives.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Appalachian Regional Commission has announced 40 Fellows who will be participating in the second class of the Appalachian Leadership Institute. The class draws on each one of Appalachia’s 13 states and includes professionals who live and/or work in the Region in civil …

CURWENSVILLE — The Pennsylvania Professional Lumberjack Organization will present two demonstrations on Vintage Lumberjack Tools Saturday at Curwensville Lake’s Fall Festival, which will be held from noon to 4 p.m.

DuBOIS — Not even COVID-19 could stop the annual youth mission trip from Christ Lutheran Church, Sunflower Drive, DuBois. It merely redirected it to a more familiar location, promoting the idea that service can also be practiced locally.

DuBOIS — Kathryn H. Jordan, a member of the Class of 2020 at DuBois Central Catholic High School, will attend Butler Community College, Butler. Her field of study will be psychology.

DuBOIS — Juliana Joy Marie Stine, a member of the Class of 2020 at DuBois Central Catholic High School, will attend Chatham University, Pittsburgh. Her field of study will be interior architecture with a minor in business.