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Bartlebaugh “hangs ‘em up” after 34 years

January 8, 2014

Following 34 years of service to the community, Punxsutawney Borough Public Works employee Olin Bartlebaugh (seated) retired on Wednesday. Pictured (middle, from left) are J.R. Overly, Ken Bishop, Scott Depp, Ken Krolick and Jim Phillips, Public Works employees; and (back) Bill Shiock, Public Works employee. Bartlebaugh received numerous farewell gifts, along with a pizza and cake reception. Bartlebaugh was normally seen taking care of the grounds and inside of the Mahoning East Civic Center.

Menu Systems’ new technology on display at Fox’s

January 8, 2014

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Creativity is often the key to success and helps to make a business stand out from all the rest. One local business owner has used his creative thinking to make his establishment stand out.

Scott Anthony, owner of Fox's Pizza Den, has put his marketing and PR skills to good use, teaming up with a local business called Menu Systems to create a digitized window display.

For a full story on the display and where the displays are taking the businesses, see Thursday's print edition of The Spirit.

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