Archive - Dec 4, 2013 - News Article
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” A new member of the Punxsutawney Area School Board said at Tuesday's meeting that the board needs to look at some improvements to be made to Jack LaMarca Stadium.
Dr. Frank Bizousky, board member, said that everything at the site dates back to the 1960s.
"I think this is kind of an embarrassment; there are many people who accompany the visiting team to our games and see the condition it is in," Bizousky said, adding that he's hearing about fund balances and capital improvement funds and asked if some of that money should be invested in the stadium.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” Since many people will be putting up their Christmas trees this week, itâ€™s time to start thinking about ornaments.
If you are a collector of ornaments and you want to purchase a special one this year, you might want to check out the Punxsutawney Area Chamber of Commerce.
For a full story about the ornament, see Thursday's print edition of The Spirit.
The Punxsutawney Area School Board held its reorganization meeting on Tuesday.
Pictured here is the new board (front, from left): Rachel Spack, student board member; Jack White, board member; Robert Pascuzzo, board president; Francis J. Molinaro, board vice president; Ed McGinnis, board member; (back) Dr. Keith Wolfe, district superintendent; Penny Pifer, board member; Susan H. Robertson, board secretary and district business manager; Melissa Snyder, James Baun, James Scarantine and Dr. Frank Bizousky, board members; and David L. Young, board solicitor.
With winter now upon us, it required under Pennsylvania Law to have a proper shelter for both dogs and cats.
Pictured is Tractor Supply Co. employee Tara Neill with Flurry.
To find out the best way to protect your pet from inclement weather, pick up Wednesday's edition of The Spirit.
Jim Cassidy, a Civil War re-enactor, is pictured dressed in a Union Captain's uniform.
Cassidy recently spoke to members of the Punxsutawney Area Historical & Genealogical Society about the soldiers from Jefferson County who had a huge effect on the outcome of Civil War.
For the full story, see Wednesday's edition of The Spirit.