DuBOIS — Relay for Life of DuBois will take place Saturday from noon to midnight in the DuBois City Park.This year’s theme is Strike Out Cancer and the goal is $115,000. This year will mark the 23rd year for the event and across those years the Relay has raised more than $1.5 million for the fight against cancer.Money is raised through several events throughout the year with Relay for Life being the largest one.
DuBOIS — Minutes do matter. That was the take away from a stroke drill at Penn Highlands DuBois Thursday morning.Yesterday’s drill was one of two per quarter done at the hospital. The stroke drill is done in real time and is a real as possible.Such drills are just another aspect of the hospital’s commitment to providing the most appropriate stroke treatment.
DuBOIS — The National Federation of Independent Business or NFIB recently held one of its regional meetings at the offices of Paris Uniform Services in DuBois.The NFIB, the state’s leading small business association, has 14,286 members in Pennsylvania and holds regional meetings twice a year in each of six different regions. Its members are small businesses that are not publicly traded and are not nonprofits or charities.
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