Archive - Nov 17, 2011 - News Article
BROOKVILLE â Itâs a rarity for hunters.
But 19-year-old Brookville native Wyatt Long saw an unusual sight on one of his most recent hunting trips.
âI couldnât believe what I was seeing whenever it showed up,â Long said.
âItâ being an albino buck, with stark-white fur and bright pink eyes.
âI was all right until after I made the shot, and then I started shaking and breathing heavy, and I got real nervous afterwards,â he said.
PUNXSUTAWNEY âÂ Parents and guardians who wish to continue to receive information about school delays and cancelations must register for the program again, even if they did so last year.
Monday, Superintendent Dr. Keith Wolfe told the school board while the district will again use the SchoolReach telephone notification system, even those who registered last year must register again.
When board member Bob Pascuzzo asked why, Wolfe said all registrations from the 2010-11 school year will be purged from the system.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Punxsutawney Philâs home-away-from-the-burrow is about to receive some cosmetic work.
This week, the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club announced that it has received a landscape design matching grant from the Pennsylvania Wilds Design Assistance Program, with a grant from National Parks Serves Preserve America Fund and DCED Municipal Services Fund.
INDIANA â Route 119 will be closed in both directions in Punxsutawney to install concrete barrier and guiderail on the Route 119 bridge on the Indiana Hill in Jefferson County.
From 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 21 and Tuesday, Nov. 22, Route 119 will be closed between SR 3017 (Indiana Street) and SR 3012 (Snyder Hill Road) to perform the repairs.Â
A posted detour will be in place using Route 436 to Route 36 to Route 119.
Message boards will be in place notifying motorists of the closure.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Punxsutawney Borough Council approved a request at Mondayâs meeting to return the Punxsutawney Area Chamber of Commerceâs call to not allow storefronts in town to be rented for living space.
The members of the Planning Commission acted upon a request at a recent meeting from the Chamber that storefronts in town should not be rented for living space, said Susan Glessner, council president.