Archive - Apr 28, 2013 - News Article
During Sundayâ€™s Loyalty Day commemoration, Big Run VFW Post 9044 Adjutant Bob Lott (left) and Post 9044 Commander Jim Pallone (right) present area student Lana Malia with a certificate recognizing her for her efforts in creating a permanent record of veterans' graves at two area cemeteries as her senior project.
Rep. Glenn Thompson was the keynote speaker.
Read the full story in Monday's print edition of The Spirit.
PUNXSUTAWNEYâ€” When most people think of McDonald's, they think of a place to grab a quick bite to eat. What they don't see or realize is that each person has a story to tell.
Everyone has something happening in their life that is affecting them.
Sherry Huber is one of those people.
She watched all three of her children get deployed to Afghanistan.
She felt the same angst and worry as many others who have a loved one fighting overseas.
It was while sending care packages to her children that she became aware of some fellow soldiers who never receive reminders from home.
(The Spirit is pleased to share with our readers vignettes of life in the 19th century as originally reported in past issues of the newspapers. These reproduced stories include their original headlines and spelling.)
May 5, 1897
The lecture given by Chaplain Lozier in the Methodist church last Thursday night was one of the best entertainments ever held in this town.
After some very witty remarks concerning the unoccupied seats and the entertainment, the audience joined in singing "Home Sweet Home."