January 30th, 2015
The Punxsutawney Area School District has announced that school has officially been canceled for today due to weather inclement. SS.C.D. has also been cancelled for today.
The PAHS senior class chose four senior boys and four senior girls to represent the 2015 Groundhog King and Queen Court. The four candidates for king include Colton Brooks, Jacob Gotwald, Zachary Moore and Brennan Winters. The four candidates for queen include Logan Brooks, Janell Burkett, Allison Fye and Kassidy Vizza.
The king and queen will be deemed as such by gaining the highest number of votes from the senior class.
Read the full bios in Friday's edition of The Spirit.
On Thursday, Jefferson County District Attorney Jeffrey Burkett announced that, following a three-month investigation involving the Jefferson County Drug Task Force and Brockway Police Department, two people were arrested for delivery of a controlled substance, namely heroin.
Three controlled buys were conducted by undercover members involving the purchase of 30 stamp bags of heroin.
Randi C. Moore and Derek Grieneisen of Brockway were the two individuals arrested by warrant.
New England vs. Seattle
2/1 6:30 (ET)
University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ
Tonight's free movie "God's Not Dead," sponsored by SS.C.D., to be held at the Jackson Theater, has been postponed to Friday night, Jan. 31 at 6:30, due to inclement weather.
Due to weather inclement the following games have been cancelled for tonight: JH/VAR Wrestling against St. Mary's, 7th/8th/9th grade basketball against Ridgeway. Keep watching our site for more cancellations.
The SS.C.D. Movie Night has been postponed until Friday Night due to weather inclement. Keep checking our website for more cancellations throughout the day.
The Punxsutawney Area School District will be dismissing children two hours early today due to inclement weather.
BROOKVILLE â€” The county has taken its "first step" toward the construction of the Jefferson County Business Park, Commission Chairman Paul Corbin said at Tuesday's meeting of the county commissioners, where a bid was accepted to begin work.
The commissioners unanimously approved a motion to award the construction contract for the water/sewer project â€” which will extend both services along SR 28 for the purpose of establishing infrastructure at the site of the park â€” to the low bidder, Wilson Excavating and Grading, Inc., in the amount of $556,079.10.
The Lady Chucks earned a season sweep of the Brookville Lady Raiders on Tuesday with a 56-36 victory. Punxsyâ€™s offense was firing on all cylinders, with three players â€” including Nicole DiPietro (pictured here), Jensen Constantino and Hope Bridge â€” reaching double digits, and the points coming from the inside and outside.
For a full recap from the game, see Wednesday's print edition of The Spirit.
All PAHS teams are idle today, but Wrestling will host St. Marys on Thursday, when junior high boys' basketball will also host Ridgway.