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August 5th, 2014

Rathmel Blvd. fire damages inside of house

August 5, 2014

RATHMEL — A quickly spreading kitchen fire gutted a home located at 150 Rathmel Blvd. in the village of Rathmel, just outside of Reynoldsville, at approximately 3:53 p.m. on Tuesday.

Read the full story in Wednesday's edition of The Spirit.

CITP Offering proceeds go to We Care Pregnancy Center

August 5, 2014

Church In The Park (CITP) representatives recently gathered at the We Care Pregnancy Center in Punxsutawney to make a contribution from offerings received at this year’s CITP.

In total, more than $3,200 was donated from the event to the center.

VIDEO: Penn State starts training camp

August 5, 2014

Penn State starts training camp

August 4th

Congratulations to the top 'Tween Group reader!

August 4, 2014

The Punxsutawney Memorial Library's top reader for the ‘Tween Group, Rachel Sharp, read 25 books for a total of 4,542 pages during the Summer Reading Program.

Congratulations, Rachel!

Library’s summer reading programs wrapping up with plenty of parties!

August 4, 2014

As summer is finally winding down, the Punxsutawney Memorial Library’s Summer Reading Program is marking its end by treating those who read at least 10 books to a pizza party.

The kids also got to pick out at least six books to keep and received a treat bag filled with some goodies.

Pictured are the kids in the It's Elementary program who attended on Mondays: (from left) Lydia Miller, Dartanyan Pifer, Dylan Sinan and Melody Shaffer.

Missing from the picture were Angel Conrad and Drew Runk.

The show is underway at the Sykesville Fair

August 4, 2014

The Sykesville Ag & Youth Fair is officially up and running, with Monday marking the beginning of a week full of activities.

One of the acts taking the community stage Monday was local talent M&M Magic, a pair of brothers — Bobby and Danny Mehok — who perform local shows.

The fun continues at the fair Tuesday night with a concert by The SharpTones, Enduro Auto Racing and the Rhinestone Roper all starting at 7 p.m.

VIDEO:Steelers' night practice draws thousands to Latrobe Memorial Stadium

August 4, 2014

Steelers' night practice draws thousands to The Latrobe Memorial Stadium

August 3rd

Catholic Daughters of America receive plaque

August 3, 2014

Members of the Catholic Daughters of America (C.D. of A) gathered Sunday evening at the end of the annual SS.C.D. Lawn Festival to accept a plaque from Frank Hetrick, festival chairman, in appreciation of the organization starting the festival in 1939.

Currently, there are 57 members in the C.D. of A., which is celebrating its 95th anniversary.

Find out who won the car at the SS.C.D. Lawn Festival

August 3, 2014

The annual SS.C.D. Lawn Festival came to an end Sunday night with the ever-popular car drawing.

Pete Renne of Punxsutawney won a 2014 Chevy Equinox and/or $18,000 cash, but was not present for the drawing.

Pictured are Frank Hetrick (back left), festival chairman, and Julie Hoover (back right), who picked the lucky winner’s ticket.

Former Punxsutawney resident gets teaching job in Japan

August 3, 2014

Former Punxsy resident Anthony Calabrese, pictured here, recently began a job teaching English in Japan — specifically, on the island of Hokkaido in the village of Akaigawa, which can be seen in the background.

Read all about Calabrese's journey in Monday's edition of The Spirit.

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