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February 21st, 2013
As a tribute to members of the U.S. Armed Forces Steve Gore of 3D Custom Carving out of Toledo, Ohio created a unique sculpture which has garnered national attention while raising funds for military veterans as well as civilian families.
JAY TWP. - After months of deliberation, the Jay Township Board of Supervisors reached a decision on how to spend some $70,000 in Act 13 natural gas impact fee money received by the board.
Replacement of the boiler system at St. Marys City Hall sparked a lengthy discussion among city council members during their recent meeting.
Since October 2012, city staff have continued to maintain the ailing system, which is original to the building and installed in 1970.
A cautionary tale circulating through the cybersphere warns readers not to pull over for unmarked cars with flashing red lights because it is the work of criminals masquerading as police in targeting lone motorists as victims. According to myth-busting site www.snopes.com, that tale may be a mix of both fact and fiction.
Ridgway native and Elk County Catholic High School graduate Logan Williams will return to Biblical times as one of the stars in an upcoming production of "Children of Eden" at the Byham Theater in Pittsburgh this March.
The Elk County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved a recycling development and implementation grant for approximately $83,000 during a bi-weekly meeting.
William Gerg, a deputy for the Elk County Sheriff's Department, was recognized Tuesday morning during a board of commissioners meeting for exceptional services to the county.
The Crystal Fire Department improved upon its already high score, receiving a superior rating during a recent Insurance Services Office (ISO) analysis.
RIDGWAY - On Monday, carvers will be at seminars at the American Legion from 9 a.m. until noon before carving at all locations (South Broad, Center and Court Streets; County Squirrel Outfitters; Keystone True Value; former Ridgway Record building parking lot) until 5 p.m.
In only their first year competing in the SkillsUSA program, four St. Marys Area High School captured impressive placements.