Archive - May 11, 2012 - News Article
WALSTON â The Young Township Board of Supervisors is agreeable about adding more fire hydrants in the township, but seeks an official request from the chief of the Punxsutawney Fire Department.
Wednesday, Gary Godak, assistant chief of the Elk Run Volunteer Fire Company but addressing the board as a township resident, said the department would like to place hydrants in two locations: One about a half-mile from the New Anchor Inn, along Harmony Road/Route 310, and further down the road just before Adrian/DeLancey.
INDIANA â Indiana University of Pennsylvania honored late Punxsutawney businessman and former IUP trustee Ralph F. Roberts with the establishment of a special-use learning area named for him at IUPâs Punxsutawney campus.
May 10, the IUP Council of Trustees approved the establishment of the Ralph F. Roberts Heritage Learning Commons.
âThe Roberts family, and especially Ralph Roberts, have been longtime supporters of IUP,â David Osikowicz, IUP Council of Trustees chairman, said.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. â Is there a modeling career in the works for two-year-old Hudson Miller?
The juryâs still out on that option, but heâs already made a bit of a splash, having been featured on the cover of a catalog for Rugged Butts (for boys) Ruffle Butts (for girls).
Hudson, the son of Deanna (Blose) and Garrett Miller, of Myrtle Beach, was set for some Valentineâs Day shots by an up-and-coming local photographer who thought he had what it took for child modeling.