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February 25th, 2015
For the fifth straight year St. Marys Auto Body is sponsoring a community country concert featuring legendary country group Shenandoah taking the stage on Saturday, March 7 at St. Marys Area High School's Carpin Auditorium.
A portion of each ticket sold benefits the SMAHS metal shop program.
The Grammy award winning band has also been named an ACM (Academy of Country Music) Vocal Group of the Year. They have 13 No. 1 hits including "Church on Cumberland Road," "Two Dozen Roses," "If Bubba Can Dance I Can Too" and "Ghost In This House," just to name a few.
Representatives from North Central's auditing firm attended Wednesday's executive committee meeting to give a presentation on the audit that was completed for North Central for the 2014-2014 fiscal year.
Baker Tilly, the company contracted by the North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission to complete the organization's audits, sent Karen Larsen, Baker Tilly partner, and Adam Hartzel, senior manager at Baker Tilly, to Wednesday's meeting to speak about the process and results relating to the most recent audit.
RIDGWAY â€“ The Ridgway Chainsaw Carvers Rendezvous seminar Wednesday morning featured Scott Dow who holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in drawing.
He has been doing chainsaw carving for six yearsÂ which he picked up when his wife Jennifer said it was something she thought he could do. Dow is now a full-time chainsaw carver
What started as a harmless tweet from an Elk County native turned Penn State alumna to ESPN commentator Keith Olbermann played a major role in his weeklong suspension from the sports network.
Lisa Aiello DeLeon, formerly of Ridgway, says she merely wanted to educate Olbermann about the successful efforts of THON, the school's annual dance marathon in which students raised $13 million this year to fight pediatric cancer. In doing so she tweeted him a link to a story about the event and the phrase, "We Are!"
An Emporium man found asleep in a Kay Fork Road cabin faces multiple misdemeanor charges of possession of controlled substances, possession of marijuana and use or possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, Shane Richard Lyon, 44, was found sleeping in a bed in a camp by patrolmen Smith and Marconi of the St. Marys Police Department.
RIDGWAY â€“ The Ridgway Chainsaw Carvers Rendezvous had Jason Stoner of Fairfield present a seminar Tuesday at the American Legion along Main Street.
Jason Stoner began carving 10 years ago after receiving a chainsaw as a gift and seeing works done by Duane Bender. Firewood soon became artwork. Stoner began full-time carving four years ago.
KANE â€“ As expected, Seneca Resources has filed a federal lawsuit against Highland Township for its attempt to block a federally-approved injection well for the disposal of drilling waste fluids.
In a suit filed in U.S. District Court, Seneca is seeking action to "temporarily and permanently" ban the township and its Board of Supervisors from enforcing an ordinance adopted two years ago.
The ordinance, crafted under the guidance of the Community Environmental Defense Fund (CELDF), bans underground injection control (UIC) wells used for the disposal of natural gas brines.
RIDGWAY â€“ Damian Tristan Annis, 24, of St. Marys was sentenced to nine to 24 months of incarceration and five years of probation after pleading guilty in several cases Monday at Elk County Court.
Annis pleaded guilty to three felony counts of burglary, one misdemeanor count of theft from a motor vehicle, one misdemeanor count of loitering and prowling at night time and two misdemeanor counts of theft by deception
RIDGWAY â€“Â The Elk County Conservation District is considering creating an allowance for its staff members that would allow them to purchase work related clothing items that would be embroidered with the district's logo.
The district's board of directors held discussions about the potential allowance during the district's regular monthly meeting on Monday.
The idea was proposed by the Elk County Conservation District's manager, Steve Putt, as a way to help identify district workers out in the field.
RIDGWAY â€“ Aaron Booker started carving with a utility knife when he was just a young boy. His first big project was a bear roughly four feet tall that someone had asked if he could create.
He did not jump into using a chainsaw but rather explored his way, discovering he could cut a section here and another there using the chainsaw. Booker approached his painting and finishing techniques the same way. He would try something on an idea and discover if he liked the results.
Aaron Booker gave this 16th Rendezvous its second seminar demonstrating his painting technique.