Archive - Mar 2012
Several area students recently had a hands-on life lesson in service as they participated in a week-long mission trip to the Dominican Republic. The students were part of a group of area residents who took part in the trip, which was held through the organization Meeting God in Missions. While all eight are currently students at Elk County Catholic High School, they noted that the trip was not a school-sponsored function.
STATE COLLEGE - The St. Marys Area High School Swim and Dive Team successfully showcased their talents at the District VI/IX AA Swimming and Diving Regional Championships held at the Penn State McCoy Natatorium this past weekend. Besides winning medals, the top three positions in each event qualify for the PIAA AA Swim and Dive Championships at Bucknell University on March 16-17.
The Elk County Solid Waste Authority is in the market for a yard ramp for use at their Community Recycling Center, located at the Stackpole Complex in St. Marys. The purchase of a ramp for under a cost of $10,000 was recently approved by the authority at their most recent meeting.
According to Recycling/Solid Waste Coordinator Bekki Titchner, a yard ramp is necessary because there is no room to install a loading dock at the recycling facility.
St. Marys City Councilman Greg Gebauer addressed a concern brought to his attention by Elk County Democratic Party chairman and fellow Councilman Bob Roberts regarding the legality of his holding a council position under the federal Hatch Act.
The Hatch Act restricts the political activity of individuals principally employed by state, county or municipal executive agencies in connection with programs financed in whole or in part by loans or grants made by the U.S. or a federal agency.
DuBois Regional's St. Marys Community Medical Building will open officially on Monday, March 12. The 30,000 square-foot building, located in front of the Walmart on the Million Dollar Highway in Fox Township, will house a number of diagnostic services, including laboratory, diagnostic imaging, digital X-ray, ultrasound, breast care and digital mammography, bone density and electrocardiograms (EKGs), as well as several specialists and family and women's health practices.
ST. MARYS - Innovated Solutions, formerly Arete IRC, does just what its name says - provides solutions for companies in the form of software and 3D rapid prototyping.
Located in the Franklin Center in downtown St. Marys, the company employs a small staff of five employees, including Eric Wonderling, president; John Azzato III, vice president of operations and sales; Jim Wolf, business manager and sales; and Jake Shannon, senior application engineer.
As co-owners, Wonderling and Azzato have been with the business since it was created just over two years ago.
Glenn T. Bauer, 44, of 980 Windfall Rd., St. Marys, died unexpectedly Sunday, March 4, 2012 at DuBois Regional Medical Center.
He was born Feb. 14, 1968 in St. Marys, the son of Thomas A. and Joanne L. Catalone Bauer of Kersey, who survive. On Oct. 12, 1996 in the St. Leoâ€™s Church in Ridgway, he married Connie S. Hammer, who survives.
SMA plays South Fayette Tuesday
CLARION - The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch lost to the Bradford Lady Owls by a 58-39 score Saturday afternoon in the District 9-AAA championship game played at Clarion University.
The Lady Dutch were outscored by a 15-2 margin in the first eight minutes of play. The Lady Dutch outscored the Lady Owls 29-26 in the second and third periods but Bradford scored 17 to St. Marysâ€™ eight points in the fourth quarter.
CLARION - The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders won the District 9-A consolation game Saturday by defeating the Kane Lady Wolves by a 47-25 score.
The Lady Crusaders will now take on Southern Fulton, the District 5 champion, on Saturday at a time and site to be announced. Kane will take on Vincentian, the District 7 champion, also on Saturday at a site and time to be announced.
CLARION - The Elk County Catholic Crusaders put in a strong performance on Saturday afternoon in the District 9 boysâ€™ Class A consolation game at Clarion Universityâ€™s Tippin Gymnasium, going up by 17 at one point early in the fourth quarter before fending off a late rally by Clarion-Limestone to come away with a 77-66 victory.