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June 21st

Flood waters rise along with tempers in Jay Twp.

June 21, 2013

JAY TWP. – For over a year now the Jay Township Board of Supervisors have been brainstorming in search of a solution for flooding along Hickory Avenue in Weedville. In that time a string of residents have come before the board claiming that

Leadership Elk County wraps up another year

June 21, 2013

Leadership Elk County (LEC) officially started its sixth year in September 2012 with 13 participants from Elk County. This program was developed to address the lack of qualified leadership in rural areas, which is a major concern for many rural communities and the future growth of these communities. To date 83 participants have successfully completed the program from businesses, industry, education, the non-profit sector, police departments and local government agencies.

Diving lessons to be offered at community pool

June 21, 2013

The diving boards at the St. Marys Community Pool are an often-used feature by swimmers of all ages, though many youngsters without diving experience prefer to simply jump off of them. In an effort to introduce more area residents to some basic diving techniques, diving lessons will be held at the pool beginning next week.

June 20th

Keystone Diversified Pipe Supply completes renovations

June 20, 2013

Keystone Diversified Pipe Supply, Inc., located at 114 Stackpole St. in St. Marys, recently held a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the completion of extensive renovations done at the business.
Members of the business along with representatives from the City of St. Marys and the St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce were on hand for the event.

Feds hit Smith with new charge in carjack, kidnap attempt

June 20, 2013

WILLIAMSPORT – The federal government has tacked on a new charge in its case against an Emporium man charged with the Aug. 8, 2012 carjacking and attempted kidnapping of a Citizens and Northern Bank employee.
The new charge filed against Thomas Edward Smith, 58, of Emporium, alleges that he knowingly used a stolen firearm when he ordered the female victim to drive him to the bank at gunpoint, telling her it would be "The worst day of your life."

7th annual Art In The Wilds expected to draw 6,000

June 20, 2013

The Art In The Wilds art show in Kane has been growing every year since it was launched seven years ago as Kane’s major summer attraction.
Volunteer organizers estimate that as many as 6,000 visitors will stroll through Evergreen Park on Saturday and Sunday to view exquisite art by a record 39 artists from as far away as Florida.

June 19th

Woman charged after daughter hurt in roll-over wreck

June 19, 2013

JOHNSONBURG – A Johnsonburg mother has been criminally charged in connection with a car wreck that seriously injured her four-year-old daughter after police say she was driving on a suspended license following a DUI.

Area students awarded scholarships from Elk County Community Foundation

June 19, 2013

This year the Elk County Community Foundation awarded a total of 97 scholarships to area graduating high school seniors totaling $117,000.
Among the Class of 2013 recipients were 30 students from St. Marys Area High School, 16 students from Elk County Catholic High School, 21 students from Ridgway Area High School, 14 students from Johnsonburg Area High School, five from Kane Area High School, one from Cameron County Area High School and six to students from DuBois Area and Brockway Area high schools.

Two charged after police bust up basement pot circle

June 19, 2013

ST. MARYS – Two individuals have been charged with drug offenses after police reportedly interrupted a drug deal at a Washington Street apartment where they found five individuals in a cloud of marijuana smoke emanating from the building's basement.

June 18th

Social media, internet policies in the works for city staff

June 18, 2013

With the increasing popularity of social media taking off online and the frequent use of e-mail and the internet in the workplace, members of St. Marys City Council reviewed guidelines for a social media and electronic communication policies during their latest meeting held Monday evening.
City Solicitor Tom Wagner prepared the two documents which were presented for initial review.

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