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PLAY OF THE WEEK

January 15, 2011

Punxsy senior wrestler Kody Young's Gene Mills high half-nelson on Ridgway's Zac McKnight was this week's Play of the Week. Young's use of the move led to a win by pin in just 27 seconds Thursday night in Punxsutawney. (Photo by Dan Walk/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

Lady Chucks fall to Hollidaysburg, 67-33

January 15, 2011

HOLLIDAYSBURG — Numerous turnovers by the Punxsy girls' basketball team led to Hollidaysburg earning a 67-33 victory Friday night.

Punxsy (3-8) trailed 22-4 after the first quarter before the Lady Tigers extended their lead to 37-15 by halftime. During the second half, the Lady Chucks were outscored 30-18.

"We have to learn to handle the pressure," Punxsy head coach Randy Reitz said. "To start the game, we had too many turnovers. We got behind the eight-ball, and we're not a good enough team to overcome that."

A.J. Dereume continues family’s Inner Circle legacy

January 15, 2011

PUNXSUTAWNEY — When A.J. Dereume received a phone call from Inner Circle President Bill Deeley one day this past April, he thought he was offering him ice cream.

“The way that it happened, I was at my house, and Bill Deeley called and asked what size top hat I would like to have,” Dereume said Thursday. “I thought he was at Joe’s Drive-In and was picking up ice cream. I said, ‘They only have one size.’”

As it turns out, Deeley was asking Dereume if he wanted more than just a spring-time treat.

Punxsy EMA continues to regroup

January 15, 2011

PUNXSUTAWNEY — The Punxsutawney Emergency Management Agency committee continues to make headway in its effort to reorganize the often-ignored borough department.

Agency Coordinator Charlie Hoeh recently told Punxsutawney Borough Council about the progress that the committee has made in the last few months.

“We’ve been meeting once a month as suggested by borough council, and we’re in the process of obtaining all of the emergency plans for all of the high rises and nursing homes in town,” he said.

Indiana County’s Wildcat Regiment Band to perform at inauguration

January 15, 2011

INDIANA — The Wildcat Regiment Band of Indiana County will participate in the inauguration of Gov.-elect Tom Corbett Tuesday, providing music for the ceremony to be held on the front steps of the state capitol.

The band is a re-creation of the regimental band of the 105th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, the Wildcat Regiment, formed in 1861 with volunteers from Indiana and surrounding counties, the area known as the Wildcat legislative district.

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