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Rep. Smith issues statement on Brockway shooting

September 27, 2013

PUNXSUTAWNEY - House Speaker Sam Smith (R-Jefferson/Indiana/Armstrong) issued the following statement relative to the incident that occurred Thursday in Brockway resulting in the wounding of Trooper Bradley Wilson.

While serving a warrant, Trooper Wilson was severely injured. A standoff followed and the suspect, Kenneth Lee Sr., was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. His son, Kenneth Lee Jr., is currently in custody, and the investigation into the incident continues.

Missed it by that much: Chucks drop to 2-3 despite late rally

September 27, 2013

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Stopping Alex Feldbauer was goal No. 1 for the Punxsutawney Chucks on Friday night.

Head Coach Alan Nichol preached it to his team all week.

Feldbauer entered play with nearly 800 yards on the season for the St.
Marys Flying Dutch.

The Chucks were able to hold Feldbauer to 114 yards in Friday night's game, but unfortunately, they were unable to come away with the victory, dropping to 2-3 with a 12-6 loss.

PennDOT’s Casadei updates area bridge projects’ progress

September 27, 2013

Workers from M&B Services are preparing the bridge deck, and side walls are being prepared for the concrete to be poured on the Saw Mill Run Bridge replacement project.

Read all about progress of local bridge projects in Saturday's edition of The Spirit.

Genevieve L. Edwards, 87

September 27, 2013

Genevieve L. Edwards, 87, of Indiana, formerly of Clymer and Pittsburgh, died Friday, Sept. 27, 2013, at her home.

Born Jan. 2, 1926, in Pittsburgh, she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Mary (Gocal) Kubecker.

She was the widow of John Milton Edwards, who died in 1988.

For many years, she had been the organist at St. Anthony’s Church in Clymer.

Jenny volunteered at the Indiana Guidance Center; was a member of AARP’s Evergreen Chapter; and belonged to the Indiana Players, Indiana Arts Council Suverna Dance Troupe and the Indiana Genealogical & Historical Society.

Robert “Bob” James Larson, 65

September 27, 2013

Robert “Bob” James Larson, 65, died Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013, at his Corsica home.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Joel C. and Christina Collins Larson; three brothers, baby Carl Larson, John Larson and Dave Larson; and four sisters, Hulda Rishel, Sophia Steck, Anna Public and Margaret Gall.

He is survived by three sisters, Carol Lunger, Catherine Nagel and Marion Coull; a daughter, Shelly Pifer Burkett and husband John; two grandchildren, Brady and Jaydie Burkett; two nephews, Dave Larson Jr. and wife Becky, and Matthew Larson; and several nieces and nephews.

The Chucks continue to grow at midway point

September 27, 2013

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Despite coming off a big loss at the hands of the DuBois Beavers, the Chucks were considered prohibited favorites heading into their game last week against the A-C Valley Falcons.
Whether it was the fans or the media experts, everyone thought the game against A-C Valley was supposed to be a breeze.

As the old adage goes, "That's the reason you play the game."

The Chucks held off a fiesty Falcons team for a three-point victory.

Despite what other people thought, head coach Alan Nichol said it went the way he and his team expected.

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