Archive - Dec 7, 2011
ST. MARYS - A new baler that will make recycling efforts easier and more efficient was delivered to the Elk County Community Recycling Center at the Stackpole Complex in St. Marys this week.
The main part of the baler was delivered and placed on Tuesday, while the tipper used to load recyclables into the baler arrived on Wednesday.
A campaign to save the Pennsy Railroad Station along North Broad Street in downtown Ridgway has already begun.
Ridgway resident Dennis D. Heindl and wife Rose met with borough officials and Genessee & Wyoming property manager William V. Gentilman on Tuesday morning to present a $50,000 check to assist in restoring the outside of the train station to its original condition.
Heindl hopes to raise an additional $50,000 to $75,000.
As an added bonus, all contributors who donate $250 or more will have their name engraved on a plaque that will be displayed outside of the station.
An email warning readers that their cellphone numbers are set to be released to telemarketing companies this month has been declared a hoax.
The email instructs readers to register with the National Do Not Call (DNC) List in order to prevent themselves from receiving the imminent torrent of sales calls. The email says that registering with the DNC list "will only take a minute of your time, and blocks your number for five years."
Ralph A. Rudolph, 84, of First North St., Knoxdale, and recently of Nelsonâ€™s Golden Years of DuBois, died Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011 at Nelsonâ€™s Golden Years.
He was born Dec. 8, 1926 in Hollywood, Pa., son of the late Walter and Goldie (Lucore) Rudolph. On Jan. 13, 1951, he married Olga Koropal, who predeceased him in 1991.
He was born and raised in Hollywood, lived in Pittsburgh for four years, moved back to Hollywood and lived there from 1950 to 1975, and in 1975 moved to Knoxville, where he had made his home with Sara Gelnette. He had lived at Nelsonâ€™s Golden years since 2008.