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March 3rd, 2015

School board looking into food service proposals

March 3, 2015

The St. Marys Area School District Board of School Directors continues to mull the future of the district's food service program as they consider whether to contract with an outside agency or allow management to continue in-house.
School board members heard two more presentations on the matter during their Monday evening workshop meeting, one by Jeanette Carpentier on behalf of Aramark, and another from current school district Director of Food Services Jennifer Asti. The board had also previously heard from a representative from The Nutrition Group.

March 2nd

Lady Dutch swim and dive team win D9 championship

March 3, 2015

The St. Marys Area girls swim and dive team captured the girls District 9 championship on Saturday at the District 9 meet held at Clearfield Area High School. This is the third straight year the Lady Dutch have won the team title and the third straight year they have finished the season undefeated.
The Lady Dutch finished the meet with 419 points followed by Clearfield with 299.5, Bradford 268 and Brookville 130.5.

Committee in early phases search for St. Marys City Manager

March 2, 2015

The recently established three-member search committee created to organize efforts in finding valid candidates for the St. Marys City Manager position have been in regular contact with one another, usually via e-mail.
Although the committee has not held an official meeting due to travel conflicts with committee members Lou Radkowski, Gary Anderson and Ned Jacob, the group has circulated potential ads to each other for the manager's job description.

Wage schedule for city employees approved

March 2, 2015

St. Marys City Council approved the 2015 wage and benefit schedule for city personnel during their work session held Monday evening.
The motion to approve the rates listed in the schedule was unanimously approved by council.
The Public Service Director/Chief of Police salary at $75,758.72 with an additional $1,000/month for fulfilling duties as acting city manager. The additional pay was made effective in February.

Joint partnership for special needs students discussed

March 2, 2015

A partnership between the St. Marys Area School District, Ridgway Area School District, Johnsonburg Area School District, and Dickinson Center, Inc. could eventually be in the works to provide an in-county option for students who are in need of specific types of therapy, according to SMASD superintendent Dr. Brian Toth.

Highland supervisors: We're fighting the lawsuit

March 2, 2015

JAMES CITY – The Highland Township supervisors voted unanimously on Monday to allow The Community Environmental Defense Fund (CELDF) to proceed in defending the township in a lawsuit over a township ordinance regulating injection wells.
The decision came after a 30-minute public meeting in which the township supervisors and approximately 25 residents of the township and the county were able to voice their opinion on what should be done with the lawsuit.

College Basketball Roundup

March 2, 2015

College Basketball Roundup

March 1st

Crusaders defeat Vikings 56-48 in D9 consolation game

March 1, 2015

It was back to business as usual for the Elk County Catholic Crusaders on Saturday afternoon at Clarion University. Three days after falling to Clarion-Limestone in the District 9 Class A semifinals, the Crusaders got back into the win column after battling the Venango Catholic Vikings throughout a close game, winning by eight, 56-48, to enter the PIAA Class A playoffs as the third seed from District 9.

Business Expo welcomes steady crowd at new location

March 1, 2015

The St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce Business Expo welcomed a steady crowd throughout Saturday. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., attendees visited the expo at its new location at the Sacred Heart Parish Center in downtown St. Marys. The expo featured about 40 vendors from throughout the region, five business seminars, a mini health fair hosted by Penn Highlands Elk, homemade soup, sandwiches, bread and sweets by the Sacred Heart Social Committee, a 'Shop Local' prize package as well as numerous door prizes.

Carving event ends with Saturday auction

March 1, 2015

The weeklong sweet 16th birthday celebration of the Ridgway Chainsaw Carvers Rendezvous reached its high note Saturday with the annual auction attended by a large crowd.
Auctioneers auctioned off a wide variety of artistic creations throughout Saturday at the annual event on Court Street in downtown Ridgway.

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