COVODE â It happened all over again â for the third time in three years â as another truck rolled over in the same exact location on Route 119 in Covode, when the driver of the tractor-trailer took the curve in Covode too fast and rolled up onto Randy Shultzâs front yard around 7:40 p.m. Wednesday.
Shultz said he has lived on Route 119 at the curve for three years, and not only do the trucks roll over into his yard, the cars do, too.
BROOKVILLE â Despite the overcast morning, Wednesday was a day filled with fun and laughter for those who took part in the DuBois-Jefferson County Special Olympics.
âToday, May 2, is a glorious day,â Brookville Area Schools Superintendent Sandra Craft said during the opening remarks. âAlthough not sunny, itâs a glorious day.â
Wednesday morning, 178 athletes participated in the 33rd-annual Track & Field Day held at Brookville Area Jr.-Sr. High School.
BROOKVILLE â Jefferson County residents who have old or unused electronics collecting dust in their attics will have an opportunity to dispose of them â properly.
From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, the Jefferson County Solid Waste Authority will hold an electronics collection for all county residents at two locations, Gruda Metals and Miller Welding.