Archive - Sep 8, 2011 - News Article
PUNXSUTAWNEY â A Reynoldsville woman faces two counts of attempted criminal homicide and other charges after she allegedly fired about six shots from a .22 caliber revolver at her husband behind a district judgeâs office Thursday.
One of the shots struck her husbandâs car, while another struck a private residence along Pleasant Alley, police said.
REYNOLDSVILLE â Having recently viewed the Oscar-winning film âThe Kingâs Speech,â Senate President Pro Tem Joe Scarnati told guests gathered at the Jefferson County Department of Developmentâs annual luncheon Thursday that what America needs now is âa Kingâs Speech.â
He described how the film, based on a true story, portrays King George IV who, despite a debilitating speech impediment, learns through unique and unorthodox techniques to find his voice, which he uses to inspire the pre-World War II United Kingdom.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Dylan Hackbarth is a recent graduate of the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, but heâs deferring a graduate program at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore for a year in order to take on a âonce-in-a-lifetimeâ experience.
The experience? Driving the legendary Oscar Mayer Wienermobile to locations between the East Coast and the Midwest for the next year.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â A Reynoldsville woman faces charges of two counts of criminal attempt/criminal homicide and other charges after she allegedly fired about six shots from a .22 caliber revolver at her husband behind a district judge's office Thursday.
Punxsutawney-based Pennsylvania State Police said July L. Sprankle, 60, Summit Road, Reynoldsville, was arraigned by District Judge Douglas Chambers â behind whose office the incident occurred â Thursday afternoon. He set Sprankle's bail at $1 million.
Shots were fired today in front of District Judge Douglas Chambers' office. See tomorrow's Spirit for more information.