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May 3rd, 2012
EAST DEER â€“ Two wheels fell off a school bus with 25 Elk County children on board along state Route 28 on Thursday morning, but neither they nor the bus driver were injured, state police said.
The driver, Walter Mehalko, 63, of Wilcox, was able to pull the crippled bus over to the side of the road between the Creighton (Exit 13) and Pittsburgh Mills (12A) exits at about 9 a.m.
The bus was one of two from the Johnsonburg Area School District heading to the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh.
f you are spring cleaning and wondering what to do with the outdated hardback encyclopedia set taking up an entire shelf on your bookcase, or just simply have hardback books you want to get rid of, the Community Recycling Center in St. Marys is now offering the option to recycle them.
ny beer aficionado knows that all beer doesn't taste the same. A lager, a pilsner, an ale-- people want to know what's inside the bottle or glass before they try it. That's a major reason why Straub Brewery is changing its packaging, labels, and marketing strategy and announced the changes late last month.
Straub Brewery, Inc. President and CEO William C. Brock provided some history about the brewery business and how changes in the industry over the years have led to Straub's rebranding effort.
There were multiple area winners this year in the 2012 Champion of the Pennsylvania Wilds Awards.
The initiative recognizes "outstanding efforts in sustainable tourism development in the Pennsylvania Wilds."
Fox Township adopted an emergency management plan during the regular township supervisors' meeting Wednesday evening.
Fox Twp. Emergency Management Coordinator Steve Skrzypek explained the basic plan falls under the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and does not lock the township into one manner of action.
"The NIMS system allows for leeway for the township to take action as needed or to fit their plan into a larger plan, such as a county or state plan," Skrzypek said.
ST. MARYS - As Straub Brewery launches new packaging with a new name and a new look, company officials want to assure customers that only the labels are changing, not the beer or ownership of the company.
Citizens are invited to attend the National Day of Prayer service taking place tonight at 6 p.m. on the Diamond in downtown St. Marys.
This yearâ€™s theme, â€śOne Nation Under Godâ€ť, is based on Psalm 33:12 which reminds us that â€śblessed is the nation whose God is the Lord.â€ť
The St. Marys Ministerial Association is sponsoring the event which will begin with music and an invocation followed by the presentation of the American flag by the St. Marys Servicemen's Burial Detail,the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance and the singing of the National Anthem by Vivian Lutton.
ST. MARYS â€“ Local St. Marys salon Shear Envy and its owner and stylist Cari Wortman teach the American Cancer Societyâ€™s Look Good Feel Better program to help women battling cancer improve their appearance and self-image.
â€śThe program helps women understand the changes in their hair and skin that may occur during treatment,â€ť Wortman said. â€śThis helps the patients overcome the appearance-related side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatments.â€ť
Wortman began offering the program six years ago because she loves reaching out and helping others.
After doing extensive work at the Protestant Cemetery over the past few weeks, Don "Flip" Bobenrieth of St. Marys Monuments and Bill Schatz of Schatz's Lawn and Wall Installation and their crews headed over the the St. Mary's Catholic cemetery to install the second of the two monuments that will honor area veterans.
The 7th grade classes at St. Marys Area Middle School have put their hearts and "soles" into helping victims of natural disasters through a recent sneaker collection. The students are participating in the Annual National Sneaker Drive, which will assist people across the country who have been affected by everything from tornadoes to Hurricane Irene.