Archive - Mar 1, 2011 - News Article
NORTH MAHONING TOWNSHIP â€” There were no injuries reported in a two-vehicle accident involving coal trucks around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday along Route 210, North Mahoning Township.
Both trucks, owned by Rosebud Trucking of Kittanning, were traveling, one in front of the other along Route 210, when both drivers lost control on the icy road.
The road conditions caused the one truck to travel into a ditch, while the other blew out tires and ruptured its fuel tank, causing a small diesel fuel spill.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” Tuesday, the Punxsy chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recognized PAHS senior Melissa Blose with its annual Good Citizenship Award, as well as 2010-11 essay winner Sadie Plyler, a student at the Punxsutawney Christian School.
â€˘ At PAHS, Blose is involved in Spanish Club; Key Club, serving as vice-president this year; is a Special Olympics helper; an office helper; and served on the Middle States planning team.
BROOKVILLE â€” Last week, the Jefferson County Solid Waste Authority discussed possible contracts with private waste haulers that could balance the operating budget.
Despite that possibility, persuading the state legislature to reinstate administration fees is still the No. 1 priority for the authority.
The administration fee would provided the authority with a payment â€” typically between $2 and $4 â€” for each ton of waste collected. The authority operated in a fiscally-healthy way until the administration fee was removed pending a court case.