May 10th, 2013
The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch softball team saw their record slip to 8-4 on the season as they lost a 6-3 weather shortened game Friday to Central Mountain at the SMAHS softball field.
With the St. Marys Area School District faced with mounting cyber school tuition bills, the district has launched its own cyber school program in an attempt to keep more students and funds in district.
ERIE â€“ A St. Marys woman, Sandra Prechtel, 51, charged with embezzling over $1 million from her former employee was sentenced in an Erie Federal Court Friday to serve four years and three months in federal prison.
The Concert Choir of Elk County will pay tribute to the outstanding achievements in the music industry as they perform a variety of award winning songs during "A Night at the Grammy's", a dinner and song show, taking place May 16-18 starting at 6 p.m. at the Royal Inn in Ridgway.
It rained off and on throughout the day on Thursday, and the question of whether or not the rain would hold off long enough for the Elk County Catholic Crusaders and Brockway Rovers to get in all their matches in the District 9 Class AA team championship at DuBois Area High School only added to the exciting atmosphere as ECC edged Brockway 3-2 to repeat as District 9 Class AA team champions.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders captured the Elk County Girls' Track and Field Championship Thursday at the Elk County Meet held at Johnsonburg. Only four points separated the three girls' squads. Elk Catholic won with a total of 65 points. Johnsonburg was second with 62 and St. Marys was third with 61.
The St. Marys Area Flying Dutch won the Elk County Boys' Track and Field Championship Thursday afternoon at the championship meet held at the Johnsonburg Track and Field complex with 82 points. Elk Catholic was second with 59 while Johnsonburg finished with 48.
Elk County Catholc softball took a big early lead and was able to take an 8-2 win over Johnsonburg Thursday afternoon at Knothole Area Recreational Park.
The St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors voted to approve the district's tentative 2013 budget which contains over $25 million in expenditures, but no tax increase to residents. According to Superintendent Ann Kearney, the vast majority of that $25 million figure comes in the form of increases in the district's contributions to health care costs and retirement funds.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday morning at the Ridgway Reservoir to unveil an educational sign depicting the effects of acid rain on the Big Mill Creek Watershed.