The Teeter Group has opened a new office at 1400 Eisenhower Blvd., where it will continue services for 2,000 customers formerly served by Naugle Insurance.
Trends in the automotive industry point to a future of self-driving, electrically powered vehicles. Johnstown must prepare to be part of that emerging industry, said Pitt-Johnstown's chairman of enterprise and business, professor Ray Wrabley.
Cetan Sa Winyan, director of the American Indian Movement’s Indian Territory Oklahoma chapter, said all tribes – not just the four already petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court – should stand together against potential changes to the Indian Child Welfare Act in a case the court has been asked to review.
HUNTSVILLE — Hospitals in Southeast Texas are starting to see a slight reprieve from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sixty years and counting. A favorite of the Inola Hay Day celebration, the hay bale contest, wrapped up another successful year. Creative Inola residents pulled out all the stops for all categories.
SAEN, an Ohio-based animal rights watchdog, is calling for investigations into Sam Houston State University’s animal teaching practices, citing the “negligent” deaths of 10 cows.
HUNTSVILLE — The city is buzzing, as small business owners are getting ready to showcase their wares in less than two-weeks’ time at the 47th annual Fair on the Square.
HUNTSVILLE — The Piney Woods will get more protection after the narrow passage of a new city ordinance Tuesday night, but some council members worry that it could damage future development.
SOMERSET, Pa. – The Somerset County commissioners on Tuesday approved an extension for the Laurel Highlands Business Park to preserve its “tax- exempt” status through 2031.
Verdigris High School’s Homecoming is at 6:20 p.m. Friday, September 24th. The game starts at 7 p.m. Pictured from left to right, front row: Ryker Hushbeck and Dakota Ennis; middle row: Lillian Adams, Morgan Abbott, Parker Allee, Madison York, Kayla Nadal, Bobbi Jones and Maegan Fuller; back row: Dylan White, Louie Carlson, Evan Anderson, Jimmy Weilert, Isiak Layton, Tyler Willis and Rowan Davidson.
Students who earned the grand showman title in beef, swine, sheep, goat, dairy and horses also receive a four-year tuition scholarship at Rogers State University.
Helen Loch, Ginger Herrmann, Ann Hanna, Beverly Woodlock and La Faun Brock are some of the ladies of United Methodist Women working on Whaley Methodist Garage Sale, Sept. 30-Oct.1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This annual sale will feature furniture to kitchen ware to collectibles. This year there is even a Christmas room. Anyone with items to donate that need pick- up should call the church 6655588. The sale is headed up by LaFaun Brock. Submitted photo
LUFKIN — The National Forests and Grasslands in Texas are waiving fees at day- use recreation sites September 25 for National Public Lands Day.
A group vying to open a surplus store received approval from Windber Borough Council to operate on a residential block of Graham Avenue.
Last week had us airborne and feeling optimistic about the prospect of a pleasant cruise to Alaska. Upon landing in Seattle we discovered that in spite of ordering wheel chair services twice there was no chair available and wouldn’t be for at least 30 minutes.
Huntsville Police are looking for a woman who they say hit a male victim in the head with a metal pipe at a local convenience store.
DALLAS — To better align with plans for future growth, Purdy Mobility announced recently that going forward in North America, they will be known as Purdy Group.