Archive - Sep 13, 2011 - News Article
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” A preliminary hearing for a Reynoldsville woman charged with two counts of attempted criminal homicide and other charges was waived Tuesday, less than a week after she allegedly fired six shots from a .22 caliber revolver at her husband behind a district judgeâ€™s office last Thursday.
Judy L. Sprankle, 60, Summit Road, Reynoldsville, and her attorney, Toni Cherry, waived the preliminary hearing, which was scheduled to be heard Tuesday before District Judge Douglas Chambers, behind whose office the incident occurred last Thursday.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” A preliminary hearing for the former Big Run firefighter who was arrested and charged with setting numerous arson fires that occurred in the Big Run area within the past year was waived Tuesday at District Judge Douglas Chambersâ€™ office in Punxsutawney.
Anthony Overbeck, 18, Big Run, and his attorney, Jefferson County Public Defender John Ingros, were in attendance Tuesday for his scheduled preliminary hearing.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” The Punxsutawney Rotary Club received one of four Awards of Commendation presented Sunday during the Punxsutawney Area Historical & Genealogical Societyâ€™s annual banquet.
And even though the creator of the first piece â€” a replica of the former Punxsutawney Free Library â€” has passed away, the overall project of bringing a sense of Punxsyâ€™s yesteryears to a new generation will not stop.
Devin Mesoraco, a 2007 PAHS grad and a first-round, 15th-overall pick by the Cincinnati Reds, hit the first pitch of the sixth inning into the left field seats for his first career home run against the Chicago Cubs Monday night.
The Cubs downed the Reds 12-8.
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