Archive - 2014
There was a vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon on Trout Run Road near Graphite Road in St. Marys.
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The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader tennis team defeated the St. Marys Area Lady Dutch 7-2 during a match played at Benzinger and Memorial parks on Tuesday afternoon.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader volleyball team ran their regular season record to 3-0 with a 3-0 victory over the Kane Lady Wolves Tuesday night at the ECCHS gym.
The St. Marys Area Dutch and Lady Dutch cross country teams hosted the ECC, Ridgway, and Punxsutawney squads on Tuesday afternoon for a meet at St. Marys Area High School.
ST. MARYS â€“ Leif Eric Moats (known as Eric), 40, of St. Marys, was held for court Tuesday for his alleged involvement in a criminal conspiracy for the distribution of the drug bath salts.
The charges stem from the drug sting carried out on July 17 in Ridgway and St. Marys that also resulted in the arrests of Tammy Zawatski and Rachel Shrefler, both of Ridgway, Alan George of New York, and Eric's wife Kristin M. (Kronenwetter) Moats.
In a followup discussion about board practices, members of the St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors briefly discussed the topic during their latest work session.
SMASD solicitor Rick Brown was in attendance to answer any questions on the subject.
Twenty-year board member Pat Rezmerski read a statement noting her discontent with board practices.
Rezmerski began stating she has considered resigning within the past two months due to the things that go on in the board room.
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Two new communication systems were approved during Monday's St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors meeting.
A new district wide communication system will cost between $4,000 to $6,000. The board discussed the importance of upgrading its notification system following a prank shooting call which launched a massive response on Sept. 2.
This will replace the district's current eAlert system, at a cost of $1,200 per year, which notifies individuals via e-mail, text or both about school happenings such as emergency situations, cancellations and delays.
During Monday night's City Council work session, councilman Ned Jacob proposed that council start budgeting a certain amount of money to contribute to the City's 175th anniversary celebration, which will be in 2017.
Council member Sally Geyer objected to the use of taxpayer funds being used for a festival, citing the fact that no taxpayer money was used for the 125th or the 150th anniversary celebrations.
"I just don't think taxpayers should be footing the bill for festivals," Geyer said. "Taxpayers don't foot the bill for the Bavarian Fall Fest or fireworks."