Archive - Jul 2012
Robert G. Vogt III, 37, of 132 Robin Rd., St. Marys, died unexpectedly at his residence on Friday, July 27, 2012.
He was born August 23, 1974 in Ridgway, a son of Robert G. Jr. and Vicki L. Steudler Vogt, of St. Marys.
Bobby attended St. Marys Area High School. He was employed at Rohr Industry and enjoyed playing Texas hold 'em. He enjoyed ï¬shing, hunting and spending time with his family, especially his daughter and nieces and newphews.
Robert G. Dumich, 71, of Teaberry Street, Weedville died unexpectedly Sunday, July 28, 2012 at the Elk Regional Health Center in St. Marys.
He was born on Feb. 25, 1941 in St. Marys, son of the late Louis and Katherine Feldbauer Dumich.
He married Regina (Muff) in March 1978. She survives.
Mr. Dumich was born and raised in St. Marys and moved to Bennetts Valley in 1978.
He was a graduate of St. Marys Area High School.
Robert N. Connelly, 85, of 817 Birch Rd., St. Marys, died on Friday, July 27, 2012 at the DuBois Regional Medical Center following a brief illness.
He was born November 25, 1926 in Jamestown, NY, a son of the late Herbert and Leila Barton Connelly.
On June 14, 1952 in Jamestown, N.Y., he married Delores Hearburg Connelly, who survives.
Leo J. âBoâ Winters, 83, of Water Street, Johnsonburg, died on Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at Elk Regional Health Center in St. Marys after a lengthy illness.
Born on Oct. 3, 1928 in Johnsonburg, he was the son of the late Walter and Grace (Meise) Winters. On July 12, 1958, he married Lillian M. (Fitch) Winters. She predeceased him on Dec. 10, 2009.
ST. MARYS - Thursday afternoon's big storm cut across Elk and nearby counties, leaving downed trees, power lines, and debris in its wake. As of press time Friday, some county residents were still without power. Many Verizon Wireless customers lost service from the time the storm hit, and service was restored around 3:15 p.m. Friday.
In preparation of the entrance into elementary school, 106 students from throughout the St. Marys Area School District recently participated in Dickinson Center, Inc.'s (DCI) Kindergarten Readiness Program.
The free six-week program was open to any incoming kindergartener at South St. Marys Street, Fox Township or Bennetts Valley elementary schools. Dickinson staff conducted four different sessions, each being held two days a week for 2.5 hours each. The program took place at SSMSE.
The workers in the St. Marys shops of the Pittsburg, Shawmut, and Northern Railroad, over time, earned quite a reputation for the quality of their work, according to local historian Ray Beimel.
During a recent presentation at the St. Marys Senior Center, Beimel explained that the railroad's shops were at one time located where the Depot Street parking garage currently stands.
Beimel remarked that while the appearance of the buildings was not impressive, the quality of the work conducted there was top-notch.
ST. MARYS - Stoltz Family Dealerships is again conducting a voter-driven giveaway to area charities this year, and the company is also increasing the amount of money to be donated.
In celebration of the automobile sales and service company's 26 years of doing business with the regionâs communities, Stoltz plans to give away $26,000. Last year, it gave $25,000 in celebration of 25 years of service.
Co-owner Steve Stoltz said last year's contest proved to be "very popular."
Project Gifts for Elk County is presenting the second Antique and Classic Car Show on Saturday, July 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bavarian Hills in St. Marys.
Participants must provide a new toy at registration, and in return for the donation a commemorative pin will be given. All street vehicles are welcome and participants are invited to come enjoy a day of fun to support a good cause and refreshments and hot dogs. The first 50 cars will receive a dash plaque.
Directors of the Elk County Conservation District are considering the purchase of a second water monitoring website database to coincide with the one currently used for the Elk County Monitoring Project.
The Elk County Monitoring Project's website, powered by NexSens Technology, relays data from satellite telemetry systems installed within the streams and watersheds of Elk County.
According to Watershed Specialist Kim Bonfardine, the current database is limited to its 11 satellite telemetry systems that are expected to be completely installed by the end of summer.