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March 16th, 2012

Curves participates in Relay for Life for second year

March 16, 2012

Curves on Friday was the setting for an all day-fundraising event in its second year as a Relay for Life participant. Owner Peggy Yeager bought the business just two years ago.
"I personally have lost family members and loved ones, I think we all have. I think cancer is a disease that touches each and every one of us," Yeager said.

Questions surround Jay Twp. appointment

March 16, 2012

An appointment to fill a vacancy within the Jay Township Water Authority had attendees of Thursday's meeting of the board of supervisors shaking their heads and accusing board members of violating their own policy concerning the application process.
Applicants for the vacancy created by the February resignation of Geoff Sidelinger were Marty Rosenfeld and Jay Twp. Supervisor Murray K. "Keith" Lilley.

Irish played significant role in community's history

March 16, 2012

While there may not be a large number of area residents left with Irish surnames, the contribution that the Irish made to the community's early history should not be overlooked.
"There are lots and lots of people in St. Marys who are part Irish," said local historian Ray Beimel.
Beimel explained that the Irish who ultimately settled in St. Marys left their homeland due to the potato famine.

March 15th

Police report update in handgun investigation

March 15, 2012

ST. MARYS - The St. Marys City Police Department reports investigating Wednesday's incident of a report of a subject who may have been in possession of a handgun. Police have identified the individual as a juvenile playing with an airsoft gun while waiting for transportation to school.

WWC grant funding Kindergarten Readiness Program

March 15, 2012

This summer, incoming kindergarten students in the St. Marys Area School District will be able to boost their skills and prepare for the school experience through the Kindergarten Readiness Program (KRP).

Fox supervisors approve items

March 15, 2012

According to the Fox Township Supervisors, the township's planning commission will need to revise the township's zoning ordinance accordingly in regard to the state's adoption of the Marcellus Shale Drilling Act. This will need to be done in order for the township to receive impact fees associated with drilling.
The supervisors approved an amendment be added to the township's lease agreement with the Fox Twp. Senior Center to confirm that the township has budgeted for the payment of the electric and gas at the senior center building since 2005.

Area artist's work to be featured at Ripley's museum

March 15, 2012

EMPORIUM – Emporium resident Casey Saline is no ordinary fan of classic music and movies - using her vivid imagination and creative skills, she transforms old cassette tapes and movie reels into unique art that has caught the interest of the Ripley's Believe It or Not! franchise.

Program on Kane’s wolves is set Saturday

March 15, 2012

It’s no surprise that Kane native Jim Sirianni became a high school history teacher.
The late Robert “Chief” Carson, a Kane teacher, heavily influenced Sirianni. And he listened to his tutor and has had a 36-year career as a history teacher at Kane Area High School.
“I’ve always been interested in history,” Sirianni said.
Sirianni not only teaches history. He has dug deep into the subject—especially on the local level.

March 14th

(Relay for Life) Team SMP hosting Lucky Ladies Day

March 14, 2012

From jewelry, food, makeup and accessories to kitchen products, candles, crafts and home decor the upcoming Lucky Ladies Day taking place on Saturday is featuring an array of area vendors showcasing their products.
The event, sponsored by Relay for Life's Team SMP which consists of staff of St. Marys Pharmacy and Home Medical, is taking place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the St. Boniface Elementary School cafeteria in Kersey. All proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society.

Red Cross Blood Drive makes stop in St. Marys

March 14, 2012

The Red Cross Blood Drive, held Wednesday at the Moose Club in St. Marys, saw over 60 individuals turn up to donate.
Pat Schwarzmueller, of Buffalo, a supervisor with the New York and Northwestern Pa. chapter of the Red Cross, said "everyone is our type" when asked what blood types the organization is looking for.

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