Archive - Sep 18, 2012 - News Article
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€”Â The senior class at PAHS chose six senior girls to be on the Homecoming Queen's Court.
This yearâ€™s court includes Chelsea Engeholm, Sydney Weaver, Caroline Dunkel, Mary Sloniger, Alexa Shaffer and Sydney Dubensky.
The senior girl with the highest number of votes will be crowned queen, and the girl with the second highest number of votes will be crowned princess at Fridayâ€™s Homecoming football game against A-C Valley.
Chelsea Ann Engeholm is the daughter of Ron and Janet Engeholm of Punxsutawney. She is enrolled in the academic curriculum at PAHS.
BROOKVILLE â€” A Reynoldsville woman was sentenced to eight to 29 years in state prison after pleading guilty to two counts of attempted criminal homicide â€” one count each against her ex-husband and his girlfriend â€” along with other charges in Jefferson County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday.
According to Punxsutawney-based Pennsylvania State Police, the shooting occurred around 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011, when Judy Sprankle fired six shots from a .22 caliber revolver at Elmer
Monday and Tuesday, students, staff and volunteers at the IUP-Punxsy campus did their part to help out their community and the community of Punxsutawney by holding a votersâ€™ registration drive.
Monday, 96 voters were registered, with four absentee ballot applications filled and a few party changes, event coordinator Carol Asamoah said.
Some of Tuesdayâ€™s volunteers (from left) Maria Ziesche, Asamoah and Tom Crumlish pause for a photo between taking time to talk to students about the importance of being registered.