Archive - Jul 28, 2011
It was almost a game-time decision: Concede to possible showers and move Music in the Park indoors to the Jackson Theater, or gut it out outdoors and hope for the best. In the end, slight showers did fall during the performance of G3 (from left) â€” Jim Davis on bass, Russ Timblin on drums and John Griffiths on guitar â€” but the majority of the crowd stuck around, making it the fourth show of the Music in the Park series to pull it off outdoors.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” Who says thereâ€™s no such thing as a free lunch?
Well, Wednesday, the Punxsutawney Area School District approved free breakfast once classes resume this fall.
Cafeteria Manager Denise Geist had proposed a free breakfast day for students in all grades in order to attract more students to the program.
The board approved Wednesday, Sept. 21, as the day that free breakfast will be available to students in the district.
Geist also requested that the board approve an increase in price for a la carte lunch items that are made available as extra items for students.
DUBOIS â€” Kevin Gnacinski pitched a complete game shutout, allowing just three hits, and the DuBois Rockets beat the approaching storm clouds to win Game 3 of the Federation League championship over the Rossiter Miners, 3-0, Thursday night in DuBois.
With the win, DuBois took a 3-0 series lead, and needs just one more victory to clinch the championship for the second straight season.
Rossiter's inability to muster up any offense frustrated manager Rick Matthews.