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November 9th, 2014

American Legion Post 103 holds 68th Annual Veterans Day Banquet

November 9, 2014

American Legion Post 103 held their annual Veterans Day Banquet at the Bavarian Hills Golf Club Saturday night with St. Marys Mayor Bob Howard as the keynote speaker.
"I have a long speech that is going to be very short," Howard began. "Because I recognize that this is not about me. It's about the veterans who are here tonight."
Howard kept his speech under 10 minutes, making a few points about taxes and Marcellus shale drilling concerns.

Elk harvest on track, but tags left unfilled

November 9, 2014

QUEHANNA – As of 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon, 87 of the 108 tags issued for this year's weeklong elk hunt had been filled and those animals had been processed at the Pennsylvania Game Commission's elk check station in Quehanna.
Of the 21 remaining tags, three were for bulls. One bull tag remained for Elk Hunt Zone 10, Elk Hunt Zone 11, and Elk Hunt Zone 12. The three zones form the eastern border of the area where the elk hunt is held, and they are comprised of land located in Cameron, Potter, Clinton, Centre, Elk, and Clearfield counties.

November 7th

Community Resource Day focuses on health care for all ages

November 7, 2014

Community Nurses, Inc. of Penn Highlands Elk and Elk County Catholic High School are teaming up to host two activities honoring veterans.
On Sunday afternoon the public is invited to attend a free showing of the "Honor Flight" movie at 2 p.m. in the school auditorium. The movie documents the trips taken by World War II veterans to Washington, D.C.
A Community Resource Day is being held Tuesday in the ECCHS cafeteria from noon to 4 p.m.

Pittsburgh man harvests 7x7 bull

November 7, 2014

QUEHANNA – Pittsburgh resident David Condie was selected for the only bull elk license in Elk Hunt Zone 8, which is located primarily in southeastern Elk County, and he was able to fill that tag Wednesday morning when he harvested a 7x7 bull.

Honor Flight movie pays homage to WWII veterans

November 7, 2014

With 16 million Americans having served in World War II only slightly over one million remain today. Those veterans who were part of "the greatest generation" are dying at a rate of 640 a day according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. These dwindling numbers have called for an urgency in efforts to honor those remaining veterans as well as capture their stories about their military service.

Elk hunt a family affair for Missal

November 7, 2014

QUEHANNA – John Missal of Palmerton was one of the lucky hunters who was able to harvest a bull elk earlier this week, and he was especially excited that his son Johnny and daughter Susan were able to be with him for the experience.

November 6th

SchoolMessenger service launches

November 6, 2014

The new SchoolMessenger eAlert system recently rolled out with report card notifications.
As part of the process, changes were also made with the PowerSchool, a parent portal information program utilized by the district.
PowerSchool will now provide parents with access over control of how the district communicates with them.
"We're hoping all parents will take the directions that we sent home and go through that process by updating their contact information," said Josh Williams, assistant superintendent.

Bull completes Pa. big game checklist for Colt

November 6, 2014

QUEHANNA – There were 27 bull elk licenses issued for this year's weeklong elk hunt, and one of the first individuals to fill their tag and show up at the Pennsylvania Game Commission's elk check station in Quehanna on Monday morning was Mark Colt of Ligonier.
Not only did Colt harvest a 7x7 bull, but he noted that the elk was also the final animal that he needed to harvest out of each of the four big game animals in the state of Pennsylvania.
"I got a bear, I got a turkey, and I got a buck, and now I got an elk," he said.

Palisin harvested 7x6 bull Monday

November 6, 2014

QUEHANNA – When Jonathan Palisin received the message that he had been selected for a bull elk license in this year's elk hunt, he left it on his answering machine for nearly two months. The Hermitage resident was that excited about the prospect of being one of 27 lucky hunters who had been drawn for the opportunity to harvest a bull elk this season.

November 5th

Identity of deceased and injured drivers released by PSP

November 5, 2014

FOX TWP. – A Baltimore, Md. man was killed as a result of a head-on collision between a tractor-trailer and tri-axle truck on Oct. 28 on state Route 255 in Kersey.
The crash occurred at 10:20 a.m. on the Million Dollar Highway (SR 255) near the Laurel Lane intersection.
Michael Hanley Jr. was the driver of the tractor-trailer who was pronounced dead at the scene despite the efforts of two witnesses who helped pull Hanley from the cab.

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