Archive - Mar 20, 2014
Elk County Catholic High School held its annual Winter Athletic Awards Program on Wednesday evening, with the event getting underway at 7 p.m. in the school's auditorium.
The program got underway with an invocation by Fr. Ross Miceli followed by a brief address by Athletic Association President John Dippold and several acknowledgements by Athletic Director Aaron Straub, who also served as the master of ceremonies for the event.
As the St. Marys Area School District conducts a search for its next superintendent, the Board of School Directors hopes to involve the public by collecting input on the subject via a survey on the school district's website at www.smasd.org.
A link to the brief survey can be found on the website's homepage or at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/StMarysArea.
The survey was available beginning March 14 through March 28, 2014.
Tracy L. Hartman, 35, of Pontzer Ave., St. Marys, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, March 18, 2014, at Penn Highlands Elk in St. Marys.
She was born on May 29, 1978 in St. Marys, a daughter of Garrett "Gary" and Pamela (Perkins) Hartman, of St. Marys.
Tracy was a graduate of St. Marys Area High School, Class of 1996, where she had been very active in the color guard. She had worked at several area businesses, most recently at GKN.Â She had a great love for her children and her animals and will always be remembered for her kindness, generosity and big heart.Â
WEEDVILLE â€“ Applications have been received for vacancies on Jay Township's Sewer Authority Board and the Water Authority Board, according to supervisors at Thursday night's Board of Supervisors meeting. Murray Lilley applied to the Sewer Authority Board, and no motion was made for appointment. Both Lilley and Ronna Rebo applied to the Water Authority Board. No motion was made to appoint either applicant, but it was specified that Rebo's application must be tabled until the next meeting because her application was submitted the previous night.
Ridgway native Kristen Van Aken, postmaster of the Passumpsic, Vt. Post Office, recently authored a children's book entitled "Pigs! Under the Post Office?"
Based off a real-life situation of pigs living under a carriage house in the process of being converted into a post office, Van Aken penned the whimsical tale of three pigs who sneak into the basement of Postmaster Peachums' office. Matthew Gauvin is the illustrator for the book.