Archive - Dec 5, 2011
Ryan Peffer, of Big Run, brought down this 150-pound four-point, his first buck, at 4:20 p.m. Saturday while hunting in Indiana County.
Chandler Emhoff, 13, of Worthville, harvested this 150-pound, six-point buck at 4:30 p.m. last Monday while hunting near Lantz's Bottom.
Kylee Lingenfelter, 11, of Punxsutawney, shot her first buck â a 140-pound seven-point â Saturday at 8 a.m. while hunting in the Ringgold area.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Rachelle Bray knew the odds were rare.
But she wasnât sure how rare â not until she received a phone call in June, and the voice on the other line said she was a match.
There is only a one in 20,000 chance that someone could be an unrelated, compatible bone marrow donor, according to the American Bone Marrow Donor Registry.
And Bray was that one.
âEverybody is unique,â Bray, who is a cardiopulmonary technologist for the Punxsutawney Area Hospital, said. âTo find two people, and their blood is that similar, itâs exciting.â
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Work continues on the downtown traffic signal replacement project, but the new traffic signals will not be placed into service until the beginning of March.
Motorists who travel through downtown Punxsutawney will notice that the new traffic light poles and mast arms are being installed throughout Mahoning Street in downtown Punxsutawney by Power Contracting, Kirby Starr, PennDOT project inspector, said.
Toby Keith Travis, 37, Punxsutawney, died Dec. 3, 2011, at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh.
He was born Jan. 24, 1974, in DuBois, a son of Kenneth C. Travis, who survives, of Reynoldsville, and Sally (Kennedy) Travis, who survives, of Punxsutawney.
Mr. Travis was an artist who liked to draw.
An organ donor, he was also a member of the F.O. Eagles No. 1231.