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The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has announced a $1 million grant to the Shelocta-based Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission to help further implement a tri-county Rural Communities Opioid Response program.
Pennsylvania dairy farmers have been under continuous pressure of decreasing fluid milk consumption in the country and tight markets met by production surpluses and tariffs.
Dairy farmers have never had an easy job, but it’s no secret that life has been particularly hard the past few years.
Low prices. Cost cutting. Bad weather. Sleepless nights.
The annual Showcase for Commerce trade show brings exposure and connectivity to our region’s business community.
The defense industry expo also brings a lot of dollars for local companies.
As our Mark Pesto reported, among the contracts announced Friday were these:
Area farmers are making sure their voices are heard in the nation’s capital.
Two local farmers, both Pennsylvania Farm Bureau members, were among a group that visited Washington, D.C. Feb 26-28.
EAST FREEDOM — Every seat in the East Freedom Fire Hall was filled Saturday morning by hunters, about 300 of them, hanging on every word spoken by a scientist who promised a long-awaited cure for chronic wasting disease.
RIDGWAY — The Ridgway Area School District convened the entire student body and staff on Friday to honor the Ridgway Area High School staff and students for earning the National Blue Ribbon Award for Exemplary High Performance.
The nation is in the midst of the “Great American Comeback,” U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson said during a visit to The Era on Thursday.
Thompson, R-Pa., said he’s been to a few rallies with President Donald Trump, including one recently in Erie.
Rep. Glenn "GT" Thompson, R-Pa., is this year's inductee into the Pennsylvania Livestock Hall of Fame.
The ceremony was held at the Keystone International Livestock Exposition at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center.
A quarter of a million dollars in funding has been approved by the federal government for the Rixford water system.
U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson, R-Pa., announced Monday a $125,000 grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission and a $125,000 loan from USDA Rural Development to be used to assure the community has access to safe drinking water.