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July 22nd, 2014

Elizabeth Edna "Betty" Feidler

July 22, 2014

Elizabeth Edna "Betty" Feidler, 84, a resident of Christ the King Manor in DuBois and formerly of St. Marys and Kersey, died Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at Christ the King Manor after a lengthy illness.
She was born Dec. 3, 1929 in St. Marys, daughter of the late Vincent and Martha Heiberger Rohrbach. In September of 1948, she married Mack Schreiber, who preceded her in death Aug. 19, 1961. In May of 1966, she married Dale Fuhrman, who preceded her in death April 19, 1989. On May 2, 1992, she married Richard J. Feidler Sr., who preceded her in death March 9, 2012.

Joseph “Moon” Asalone

July 22, 2014

Joseph “Moon” Asalone, 85, of Bennetts Valley Highway, Weedville, died Friday, July 18, 2014 at Elk Haven Nursing Home after a brief illness.
He was born July 9, 1929 in Caledonia, son of the late Joseph M. and Emma (Bonfardine) Asalone.
On May 29, 1949, he married Catherine Lease in St. Joseph Church. She preceded him in death May 30, 2010.
He retired from Osram-Sylvania in 1991. He was a veteran of the Korean War, serving as a Master Sergeant in the 28th Infantry Division. He was a charter member of Valley Legion Post 978 where he served terms as Post Commander.

July 21st

St. Marys Legion defeats Wesleyville 10-0 to stay alive in Region 8

July 22, 2014

The St. Marys American Legion Post 103 squad defeated Wesleyville 10-0 in eight innings on Monday morning in an elimination game in the Region 8 Tournament in Albion.
St. Marys plays Corry this afternoon at 1 p.m. in an elimination game.

Charles Street project in city's scope

July 21, 2014

Within the next year the city is anticipating to embark on the Charles Street sewer line and road replacement project.
The project entails replacing sewer lines, curbing, sidewalk and resurfacing of the street at an estimated cost of $800,000 - $1 million. It will be a similar scope of work as the recent George Street project which ran from July 2013 until November at a cost of nearly $900,000.

Events remembering Proudfit set for Aug. 3-4

July 21, 2014

The third annual Michael B. Proudfit 5K Walk/Run will be held at Memorial Park on Sunday, Aug. 3, followed by the third annual Mike Proudfit Night at the St. Marys Community Pool the following day.
Proudfit, a former swimming instructor and swim team member at the St. Marys Community Pool, was killed in an automobile accident three years ago. Following his death, the pool staff renamed the race that was previously held in conjunction with Picnic In The Park in his honor.

Bath salts found during traffic stop

July 21, 2014

St. Marys City Police found numerous controlled substances and several items of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop on Taft Road on June 24.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, police searched the car belonging to Nicole A. Chubbuck, 42, of 182 Sara Rd., and found a small amount of A-PVP (bath salts), five different prescription pills and a glass smoking pipe. Recovered from Chubbuck's purse were a digital scale, hypodermic needles and a plastic bag containing more bath salts.

Robert D. Watts

July 21, 2014

Robert D. Watts, 20, of 161 Krise Rd., Kersey, died Sunday, July 20, 2014 following injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.
He was born on July 17, 1994, in Palm Beach County, Fla., a son of Robert Watts, who survives, and the late Courtney Ann Kreckel.
Bob was a graduate of SMAHS, Class of 2012. He worked for his grandfather at Dinsmore Welding & Fabricating and liked to ride motorcycles. He also enjoyed baseball, basketball and weightlifting.

July 20th

Senior all-stars down METS 4-2 for Section 1 title

July 20, 2014

Needing only one more out to claim the Section 1 title, St. Marys' relief pitcher Brad Dippold worked Crawford County's Steven Hollabaugh into a 1-2 count in the top of the seventh inning. The previous batter, Alex Vincent, had singled, and a balk put him on second, waiting to try to score and cut into St. Marys' slim 4-2 lead if Hollabaugh put the ball in play.

Corbett responds to widespread drug abuse

July 20, 2014

RIDGWAY – During his weekend visit to Elk County, Governor Tom Corbett discussed the adverse impacts of drug abuse throughout the Commonwealth as well as a poor precedent being set by state leaders in Colorado.
"For the recreational use of marijuana, I'm against it as it's a gateway drug and it's been proven that way," he said. "They're having an increase of driving under the influence of marijuana [in Colorado] and in California I understand that elected officials think it's hurting the workforce."

Sewer system smoke testing starting today

July 20, 2014

For the next seven weeks the City of St. Marys will be conducting smoke testing to identify locations as the source of storm water infiltration problems where there are defects or improper connection into the sanitary sewer system.
Testing starts today in the northern end of the city. It will be performed on all residential structures connected to the city's sewer system.
As part of the testing, crews will blow smoke through sanitary sewers to locate deficiencies. Residents may see smoke coming from vent stacks on buildings or holes in the ground.

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