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July 2nd

Minor League Softball All-Stars beat Fox Township, 11-1

July 2, 2014

PUNXSUTAWNEY — After their defeat to DuBois on Monday night, the Punxsy Minor League Softball All-Stars were in desperate need of a win in order to stay alive in their All-Star tournament.
Apparently, they were well aware of the dire consequences riding on this game, because they took no chances when they faced off against Fox Township on Wednesday night, whom they beat 11-1 in four innings of play.

Spirit offices closed for Fourth of July holiday

July 2, 2014

The Spirit’s offices will close at 5 p.m. Thursday and will remain closed for the Fourth of July holiday on Friday.

There will be no paper printed or delivered for Friday.

All of us here at The Spirit would like to wish you and your loved ones a Happy Fourth of July.

Please enjoy it and celebrate safely!

Megastars of Country; Thursday and Friday's Groundhog Festival schedule

July 2, 2014

Megastars of Country put on a show for the crowd at Barclay Square on Wednesday night.

Groundhog Festival Schedule of events

Thursday, July 3

10 a.m.-noon — Children’s activities (ages 6-12) at the Lattimer House. This year’s theme is “Native America.” Sponsored by Punxsutawney Historical Society

10 a.m. – Registration for Three Wheel Race I

(Ages 3-4) Racing over a designated course

10:30 a.m. — Registration for Three Wheel Race II (Ages 5-6-7) Racing over a designated course 

10:30 am — Three Wheel Race I

11 a.m. — Three Wheel Race II

PAH celebrates important occasion with ceremonial mortgage burning party

July 2, 2014

On Wednesday, Punxsutawney Area Hospital (PAH) held a mortgage burning celebration in honor of making the final payments for the building, which was built in the 1970s, and for the 1999 addition to the hospital.

Pictured here is PAH CEO Daniel D. Blough Jr. placing a copy of the mortgage into the fire.

The hospital also took the opportunity to recognize “original employees,” many of whom are pictured above, who have been at the building since its opening.

Work Begins Next Week on a Resurfacing and Bridge Repair Project on Route 36 in Jefferson County

July 2, 2014

Indiana — Work begins next week on a resurfacing and bridge repair project on Route 36 from the top of Chango Hill to the intersection with Route 119 in Punxsutawney Borough and Bell Township in Jefferson County.

Daytime, single-lane restrictions controlled by flaggers will be in place on Route 36 to perform roadwork including milling, paving and drainage.

Nighttime work will be performed on the bridge on Route 36 at the Route 119 intersection.

July 1st

Punxsy Major League Baseball All-Stars beat DuBois 7-5

July 1, 2014

If you mention DuBois around a Punxsy All-Star parent, chances are you'll notice a vein or two pop out of their neck as a rivalry fueled rage builds up inside of them. DuBois has defeated one All-Star team, and knocked out another thus far in an otherwise successful Punxsy All-Star season. They've been the thorn in Punxsy's side, the rain on their parade and the dirty band-aid in their ice-cream.

New Individuals bring an old-fashioned feel to festival; Wednesday's schedule

July 1, 2014

Tuesday night, the activity in Barclay Square was sponsored by FEMCO Machine, and that activity included a group called the New Individuals bringing an old-fashioned feel to the Groundhog Festival with their oldies performance.

Groundhog Festival Schedule of events

WEDNESDAY, JULY 2

10 a.m.-noon — Children’s activities (ages 6-12) at the Lattimer House. This year’s theme is “Native America.” Sponsored by Punxsutawney Historical Society

11 a.m.-4 p.m. — Dennie Huber, Balloons

10 a.m.-7 p.m. — Friends of the Library Used Book Sale, across from the park at the Punxsy Eagles Club

Punxsutawney Garden Club’s June Garden of the Month

July 1, 2014

The Punxsutawney Garden Club's Garden of the Month for June belongs to Jim "Tibby" and Kathy Divelbiss, who reside at 403 North Penn St. in Punxsy.

Pictured with their fabulous garden (from left) are Kathy Divelbiss, grandkids Emma Galando and Hannah Galando and Jim "Tibby" Divelbiss.

To read all about the Divelbiss' garden, pick up Wednesday's edition of The Spirit.

PennDOT: Work to begin next week on a resurfacing project on Route 119 in Big Run

July 1, 2014

INDIANA — Work begins next week on a resurfacing project on Route 119 from the intersection with Mitchell Avenue in Big Run Borough to the Jefferson/Clearfield county line in Jefferson County.

During the daytime hours, single-lane restrictions controlled by flaggers will be in place on Route 119 to perform roadwork including milling, paving and drainage.

PennDOT reminds motorists to be alert to changing conditions and to pay attention to flaggers and traffic control devices in the work zone.

June 30th

UPDATE: Police looking for missing Walston woman, 36

June 30, 2014

UPDATE: State police on Tuesday issued a release saying that Gigliotti has been located.

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Punxsutawney-based Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) are seeking information regarding the whereabouts of a 36-year-old Walston woman.

Heather Dawn Gigliotti is described as approximately 5-feet-8-inches and 125 pounds, with green eyes and long blonde hair.

She was last seen wearing black shorts, a pink tank top over a white tank top and sandals.

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