Archive - Apr 19, 2011
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Members of SADD at Punxsutawney Area High School were among students across Pennsylvania sticking it to underage drinking this week.
Tuesday, SADD members posted 250 stickers on cases of beer at Sandyâs Beverages with a clear message: âDonât be a party to underage drinking. Itâs against the law.â
The event, Project Sticker Shock, runs this week throughout Pennsylvania.
According to the Pennsylvania DUI Association, alcohol has been identified as the No. 1 drug of choice among youth â and according to youth, one of the easiest to get.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â That shortcut on a rural road to save time could cost you more than minutes if you donât keep an eye out for horses, buggies and slow-moving farm equipment.
In an effort to reduce farm-related vehicle crashes and to bring awareness to farm safety, PennDOT, the state Department of Agriculture and the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau joined together to promote Rural Road Safety Week at Fezellâs County Market Tuesday.
Shawn Houck, PennDOT press safety officer, said slow-moving vehicles fall under one category, which means they are generally traveling under the speed limit.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â The budget for Riverview Intermediate Unit No. 6 (RIU6) will be short about $177,000, according to the Punxsutawney Area School Boardâs representative to the consortium, on account of Gov. Tom Corbettâs proposed budget.
âRight now, with the budget thatâs been proposed, they are not getting any money,â Punxsy school board member Penny Pifer told the board last week. âThey will be short, about $177,000.â
John Brudnock, 88, Inverness, Va., died Sunday, April 17, 2011, at home.
He was born in DeLancey, a son of the late Metro and Mary Catherine Brudnock.
His wife, Mary, preceded him in death in 2005.
He moved to Florida from Baden in 1973 and was a retired M/Sgt in the U.S. Air Force.
Mr. Brudnock graduated from Punxsutawney High School and was a former member of Baden Lions Club.
Surviving relatives include two sons, Jerry Brudnock of Inverness, and John B. Brudnock of Doral, Fla.; five grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.