Archive - Nov 2012 - News Article
JAY TWP. - With Jay Township slated to received $70,376.93 in Act 13 impact fee revenue, supervisors have discussed at great length the most equitable means of distributing the money to township entities.
LUDLOW â The search continues for the body of a Kane man who drowned Sunday when his canoe capsized near the Dunkle's Corners Boat Launch on the Allegheny Reservoir.
Students at Elk County Catholic High School have a new opportunity for gaining additional skills that will help them in their future endeavors with the school recently forming a chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).
ST. MARYS â Elk Regional Health Systemâs âKeepsake Programâ will again offer Christmas tree ornaments for purchase by area residents, with a very special ornament available this year.
Beginning this evening at 7 p.m., the St. Marys Area High School Drama Club will open the curtain on their annual production. The romantic comedy "Almost, Maine" is also being performed Friday and Saturday evening inside the school's Carpin Auditorium.
HORTON TWP. - Ongoing efforts by law enforcement to combat illicit drug activity in the area have resulted in the recent arrest of a Brockport man charged with drug and weapons offenses following the execution of a federal search warrant at his home.
Monday's meeting of the St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors included student presentations and superintendent comments and congratulations.
JAMES CITY â Opposition is building against a plan by Seneca Resources to dispose of drilling fluids in one of its depleted gas wells near James City in Highland Township.
RIDGWAY TWP. - A Ridgway man has been charged with aggravated assault, making terroristic threats, simple assault and resisting arrest after he allegedly attempted to strike a state trooper and threatened to stab another while brandishing a pen he had swiped from the trooper's shirt pocket.
After having not seen any elk in his designated hunt zone throughout the first four days of last week's week-long elk hunt, by Thursday evening St. Marys resident Sylvester Kronenwetter was ready to give up.