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DuBois-Jefferson County Special Olympics set to mark another year on May 1

April 24, 2013

DUBOIS — As long as the sun is up and the weather stays warm, the DuBois-Jefferson County Special Olympics event will be returning on Wednesday,
May 1, with its popular annual Track and Field Competition.

The games and activities will kick off between 9:30 and 10 a.m. at E.J. Mansell Stadium in DuBois. Students from the Brookville, Brockway, Punxsutawney and DuBois area school districts, as well
as New Story School and Fayette Resources, will compete in a variety of

PASD, local organizations teaming to get kids more active with Screen-Free Week

April 24, 2013

PUNXSUTAWNEY — When it comes to television, cellphones, computers and other electronic devices, they appear to be a necessity that no one can live without. Not one single day goes by when someone isn't sitting in front of some sort of screen, whether its to watch a lineup of television shows or to spend hours surfing the web.

Family quality time barely exists, as the world of technology continues to pull loved ones in opposite directions.

It was back to “teachers’ dirty looks” — though the teachers in our district don’t have any dirty looks! — on Tuesday,...
Jessica Lasher, the new Punxsutawney Memorial Library director, is pictured in the library’s upper loft. Read all about...
YOUNG TOWNSHIP — A two-vehicle coal truck accident on Route 119, Young Township, sent one of the drivers to the...
Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples and Brian Hamilton analyze the Big Ten entering the 2014 season.
Pitt Wide Receiver Tyler Boyd among ACC's Top 25 Players To Watch
Dave Foster, former Punxsutawney Athlete, and his team Backcountry CrossFit have just competed in...

 

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