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June 9th

Relay for Life of Elk County expected to reach goal

June 9, 2013

Celebrate, remember and fight back are just what participants and community members did this weekend during the 2013 Relay for Life of Elk County held at the Fox Township Community Park. Susan Babik, American Cancer Society staff, said they anticipate reaching their goal of $135,000 set by the relay's organizing committee.

Leaning Pines Public Golf Course open for business

June 9, 2013

Leaning Pines Public Golf Course is officially open, and the course is playable and continues to improve despite the late start to maintaining it this season. Formerly known as the St. Marys Country Club and then St. Marys Golf Club, the course’s new moniker was derived from some of the trees that line its fairways, according to Jeff Struble, a member of the operating team of Leaning Pines Public Golf Course.

Fr. Michael Ferrick ends tenure in St. Marys

June 9, 2013

Sitting in a pew in the back of Queen of the World Church following a reception at the conclusion of his final Mass as pastor of Queen of the World Parish on Sunday morning, Fr. Michael Ferrick briefly reflected on how appreciative he was to the community for everything they have done for him over the nearly seven years he served as pastor.

June 7th

New policy prohibits building on city right-of-ways

June 8, 2013

Members of St. Marys City Council approved a general policy which prohibits building along or on the city right-of-ways following a 4-2 vote in which councilmen Dick Dornisch and Ned Jacob cast objecting votes.

Voters use write-ins to express indifference, chagrin

June 8, 2013

RIDGWAY – "Mickey Mouse," "Anyone but this guy," "What?" and "Who?" were among the write-in votes penned by Elk County balloters in the May 22 municipal primary, according to results obtained through the Elk County Elections Office Friday.

Mother turns in son's drugs to police

June 8, 2013

EMPORIUM – On Nov. 5, 2012, a woman walked into the Cameron County Probation Office holding a shipment of stimulant "bath salts" intended for her son, which she had intercepted and wanted turned over to police.

June 6th

Area youth attend dinosaur dig for summer reading program kickoff

June 6, 2013

Around 100 area youngsters attended the Dinosaur Dig Kickoff event for the St. Marys Public Library's summer reading program on Thursday afternoon. The hourlong event was geared toward children in prekindergarten through fifth grade and featured a variety of activities related to dinosaurs.

Two teens charged in Ridgway crime spree

June 6, 2013

RIDGWAY - Two teens have been charged in a crime spree that spanned two days and most of Ridgway Borough and which police say began with the vandalization of parked cars, progressed to their burglarization of an apartment building, and ended with the twosome joyriding in a stolen car.

O'Dells Lock and Key opens storefront

June 6, 2013

O'Dells Lock and Key opened up shop at 208 Brusselles St. and celebrated their new storefront with a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce.
Owner Nathan O'Dell started his business in 2010 as a mobile locksmith and decided to open a storefront in January. The business is located across the road from Sheetz.
The shop is currently opened with temporary hours of Monday through Thursday from 4-7 p.m. and Friday from 1-7 p.m.

June 5th

St. Marys native sentenced for Ohio sex crimes

June 5, 2013

CUYAHOGA CO., OHIO - Russell Mason, 33, originally of St. Marys and most recently a resident of Wilcox, was sentenced to serve three years imprisoned in Ohio's Lorain Correctional Institution for his attempted rape of a 12-year-old girl in Cleveland.

The St. Marys Area Flying Dutch golf team opened their dual match season Monday by playing host to...
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader tennis team opened their 2014 fall season with a 9-0 shutout...
The Elk County Catholic High School golf team won their first dual match of the season on Friday...
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