The Daily Press Punxsutawney Spirit | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-04-22T23:53:36-04:00 issue three proclamations2014-04-22T23:53:36-04:002014-04-22T21:50:34-04:00Copyright 2010 Punxsutawney SpiritPunxsutawney, PANo author availableCommissioners issue three proclamationsPunxsutawney’s Gregory Anthony honored with Bronze Star, Air Medal2014-04-22T22:53:12-04:002014-04-22T21:46:03-04:00Copyright 2010 Punxsutawney SpiritChief Warrant Officer Gregory Anthony returned home from Afghanistan after nine months of deployment and learned that he would be receiving the Bronze Star and the Air Medal. Punxsutawney, PANo author availablePunxsy’s Gregory Anthony honored with Bronze Star, Air MedalPunxsutawney News: Glen Campbell man dies in accident, another flown to Pittsburgh2014-04-21T23:07:30-04:002014-04-21T23:05:25-04:00Copyright 2010 Punxsutawney SpiritPolice have yet to release the names of the two men involved in the accident that occurred at 5:25 p.m. along Route 219 south of Rager Road in Burnside Township, Clearfield County.Police said the driver was traveling south on Route 219 when his Chevy truck traveled off the right side of the roadway and struck a tree head-on.The driver was pronounced dead at the scene, and the passenger was flown to the Pittsburgh hospital with unknown injuries, police said.Punxsutawney, PANo author availableBreaking News: Glen Campbell man dies in accident, another flown to PittsburghPunxsutawney School to auction off quilt in honor of Mother’s Day2014-04-21T23:31:28-04:002014-04-21T22:27:48-04:00Copyright 2010 Punxsutawney SpiritThe quilt will be auctioned off at the annual dinner and auction on Saturday, May 5 at Gobbler's Knob. Pictured are the kindergarten teachers and students holding up the quilt that took more than 350 hours to sew.For the full story, see Tuesday's edition of The Spirit.Punxsutawney, PANo author availableChristian School to auction off quilt in honor of Mother’s DayPunxsutawney gets down to Earth with teens, ‘tweens2014-04-21T23:31:28-04:002014-04-21T22:21:59-04:00Copyright 2010 Punxsutawney SpiritEarth Day. First celebrated on April 22, 1970, by Senator Gaylord Nel-son, Earth Day is celebrated by billions of people. Monday evening at the Punxsutawney Memorial Library, Donna Cooper of the Jefferson County Solid Waste Authority spoke to the ‘tween and teen groups about Earth Day and how important it is to care for our environment. Punxsutawney, PANo author availableCooper gets down to Earth with teens, ‘tweensPunxsutawney fire crews battle borough blaze2014-04-21T22:14:57-04:002014-04-21T22:14:57-04:00Copyright 2010 Punxsutawney SpiritPunxsutawney, PANo author availablePunxsy fire crews battle borough blazePunxsutawney Miller Orchestra coming to town June 72014-04-22T16:06:24-04:002014-04-20T23:20:43-04:00Copyright 2010 Punxsutawney SpiritTickets go on sale starting today.For the full story, see Monday's edition of The Spirit.Punxsutawney, PANo author availableGlenn Miller Orchestra coming to town June 7Punxsutawney Run native Derise awarded Purple Heart2014-04-20T23:14:53-04:002014-04-20T23:14:53-04:00Copyright 2010 Punxsutawney SpiritRead the full story in Monday's edition of The Spirit.Punxsutawney, PANo author availableBig Run native Derise awarded Purple HeartPunxsutawney Back When2014-04-20T23:09:15-04:002014-04-20T23:09:15-04:00Copyright 2010 Punxsutawney SpiritLocal IntelligenceMay 9, 1888Annual VisitationThe annual visitation of the officers of the Grand Chapter to the Brookville lodge took place last Friday. A number of gentlemen from Philadelphia and other distant points, exclusive of the grand officers, were present. After the visitation ceremonies were over and the conferring of the Royal Arch degree on J.A. Minish, Esq., of this place, by the grand officers, a magnificent banquet was held at the Commercial Hotel. About one hundred guests were present, and the supper was worthy of the occasion.There was musical, elocutionary and oratorical talent present in profusion, and the event will long be remembered by the Brookville chapter as one of the brightest pages in its history. May 16, 1888A Refractory CowD.W. Robinson's cow took a cranky spell last Thursday, and rushing upon Mrs. Robinson, bore her to the ground, running its horn against her face, and otherwise bruising her. Fortunately Mr. Robinson was present and saved her from serious injury, but in the scuffle which ensued he also received a bump which caused his hand to swell up so that it resembled an old fashioned pin cushion. Counterfeiters CapturedA large gang of counterfeiters were captured by United States detectives near Coalport last week. They were surprised and caught in the act. Nearly two thousand dollars in spurious coin was found in the possession of a man named Daniel Gorman. Three complete sets of dies and several plates for note engraving were found in their possession. The names of the parties arrested are Edmunson, Gorman, Myers, Estep and Lord. They were all heavily ironed and taken to the Eastern penitentiary to await trial in the United States Circuit Court. The raid is to be continued, as it is believed there are two more gangs somewhere in this vicinity. Punxsutawney, PANo author availableWay Back WhenPunxsutawney’s Rotaract hosts Rotary Club2014-04-18T23:54:31-04:002014-04-18T22:39:55-04:00Copyright 2010 Punxsutawney SpiritPictured are (from left) Vincent J. Lopez, Shydiyah Gardner, IUP Rotaract; Ray Beisel, professor of Education at IUP-Punxsy; Dayona Whittaker, IUP Rotaract Club; and Cole.Read the full story in Saturday's edition of The Spirit.Punxsutawney, PANo author availableIUP-Punxsy’s Rotaract hosts Rotary ClubPunxsutawney