GHS and Highmark planning to build a Montoursville site Published: May 11, 2017 DANVILLE — Geisinger Health System and Pittsburgh-based insurance giant Highmark plan to join forces to build a medical campus in Montoursville, targeting...
Polk County gets a good soaking from rain
The drought may not be over yet but a week of rain has made a dent in it and more rain is likely coming our way, according to the National Weather Service.
Police Reports March 2
This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. Information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved
Coatesville doctor on the run sighted near Chester County Hospital
WEST CHESTER—The Coatesville doctor wanted by the U.S. Marshals is desperate and likely homeless, and was sighted this week near the Chester County Hospital.
Outdoor class inspires students to learn, create
Joshua Bradford swirls his brush in the oval of red watercolor paint, then considers his paper before adding more color. With every swish of the brush, his rainbow trout comes alive on the page — a green bottom, a red top, and a blue tail. After a close inspection of
Home delivery of alcohol might be coming our way
PIERRE – As home delivery spreads nationally, South Dakota might be ending its ban against alcohol deliveries to retail customers.
Obituaries for March 17, 2019
Read the obituaries.Abraham Bowen, Savannah, GARichard Byrd, Savannah, GAMrs. Cora Lee Chisholm-Young, Savannah, GAUrsula G. Dowse, Savannah, GAMrs.
Man charged with endangering children
A Sedalia man has been charged with child endangerment after forcing two young girls to
Burglary, drug suspects sentenced
The following is a sampling of cases that were resolved June 4 to July 2 in the Pettis County Circuit Court, according to information from Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney Phillip
Anti-Nazi flag on campaign mailer stirs controversy ahead of Election Day
Critics say it's really difficult to see the line slicing through the swastika on the flyer, which paints an unflattering picture of Metro Councilor Kathryn Harrington. The Terry campaign says it stands by the overall message of its campaign material.