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Stuby brothers insist: Painting the U.S. flag on their barn has been years in the planning

September 7, 2011

PUNXSUTAWNEY – Brothers Gordon and Lyle Stuby divided their duties when it came to painting a huge U.S. flag on the southern-facing side of a large white barn along Stuby Acres, just past Joyce’s Greenhouse along Route 119, North Mahoning Township.

“Gordon’s in charge of procurement and resources,” Lyle said. “I’m in charge of engineering and tech.”

“In other words,” Gordon added, “I’m the gopher.”

Council will seek input on Indiana Hill speed limit

September 7, 2011

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Punxsutawney Borough Council’s Public Safety Committee discussed the possibility of changing the speed limit on the Route 119 bridge to make it easier for traffic to slow down when traveling down Indiana Hill.

Borough Manager Ben White said PennDOT would be able to clarify a few ideas proposed by council, which include requesting that PennDOT install larger signs or large orange diamonds on signs such as those used on the Indiana bypass on Route 119.

TREKKIN’ TIME AGAIN

September 7, 2011

Hey groundhoggers, it’s that time again! No, not yet Groundhog Day, but the 113th Punxsutawney Groundhog Club Outing & Picnic, this year set for 1 p.m. until the lights are turned out Saturday at Groundhog Park and Gobbler’s Knob. In addition to a full New York strip steak dinner with all the trimmings at 4:45 p.m., the annual trek to give Punxsutawney Phil his life-extending elixir will be held around 3:30 p.m.

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