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November 10th, 2010

District 9 football playoffs

November 10, 2010

Class A
Quarterfinals
Friday, Nov. 12
#8 at-large Smethport at AML-ranked #1 Curwensville, 7 p.m.
AML-ranked #3 Cameron County at KSAC-ranked #2 Clarion, 7 p.m.
AML-ranked #4 Port Allegany at AML-ranked #2 ECCHS, 7 p.m.
#7 at-large Kane at KSAC-ranked #1 Redbank Valley, 7 p.m.
Semifinals
Nov. 19 or 20
at neutral sites
Finals
Nov. 26 or 27
at neutral site

Class AA
Semifinal
Saturday, Nov. 13
#3 Moniteau vs. #2 Brookville at Clarion University, 7 p.m.
Finals
Nov. 19 or 20

Scholastic Schedule

November 10, 2010

Schedule subject to change without notice.
WEDNESDAY
Awards program
ECCHS Fall Sports Awards Program, 7 p.m.
Jr. high girls’ basketball
ECC at Brockway, 4 p.m.
THURSDAY
No activities scheduled.
FRIDAY
Varsity football
Port Allegany at ECCHS, District 9 Class A quarterfinal game, 7 p.m.
SATURDAY
Volleyball
ECCHS at PIAA Class A Regional at Clarion Area High School with Northern Cambria, Bishop Canevin and Saegertown.

Roberts cites unfairness in wage increase precedent

November 10, 2010

As previously approved by members of city council, the city's union employees and police are under contract to receive wage increases every year through 2012. Councilman Bob Roberts brought up this point on Monday evening as he argued in favor of allowing the city's 13 non-union management employees to receive a three percent wage increase in 2011.

Renovations complete at Fox Twp. Community Building

November 10, 2010

Renovations have recently been completed at the Fox Township Community Building following a two-year-long project.
Fox Township Public Works Director Randy Gradizzi said the building underwent a complete remodel. Among those changes was the installation of a new metal roof, creation of a new fitness center, refurbishing of the gym’s floor, installation of a new heating system, electrical work, new metal siding on the front and side of the building, new walls and landscaping.

Local housing advocate honored

November 10, 2010

Linda Thompson, a mental health program specialist with the Cameron/Elk County Mental Health/Mental Retardation Program, is receiving the 2010 Homes Within Reach "Unsung Hero Award" from the Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania at a conference in Harrisburg this week. The award is given to people who help prevent homelessness in their area.

School board approves field trips, bus stops

November 10, 2010

The St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors approved items ranging from student activities to bus stops during their Monday evening meeting.
Among the approved field trips were those to a DECA State Officer CDC Planning Meeting in Hershey taking place Dec. 1-3. DECA advisor Michelle Jackson will accompany one student on the trip. The Spanish students’ trip to Peru in the summer of 2011 was approved, as was the St. Marys Area High School’s annual AP Economics class trip to New York City on March 10-11. Approximately 41 students are participating in the trip.

November 9th

Kenneth L. Klein Sr.

November 10, 2010

Kenneth L. Klein Sr., of Wilkes-Barre, died on Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010, at Wilkes-Barre General Hospital.
He was born April 23, 1939, in St. Marys, son of the late Emeron W. and Rose Detch Klein.

Big Spring Road Race successful

November 9, 2010

The first annual Big Spring Road Race was held Saturday, Oct. 30, at the ball fields in Toby and was an out-and-back course to the Big Spring on scenic back roads.
Even though this race was billed as the toughest 10K in western Pa., runners eagerly showed up to take on the challenge of the course, as this was a benefit race with all proceeds from going to Connor Bobik.
Ben Huey was the top male finisher in 41:28, while Jennifer Tamburlin was the top female finisher in 51:05.
The results are as follows:
Male Division
Overall: Ben Huey, 1, 41:28.

Board approves high school entry renovations

November 9, 2010

On Monday evening, the St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors approved a motion to renovate the front of the high school. The project includes the replacement of all of the front exterior doors and every other window section, with the exception of those sections containing glass blocks.
The total cost of the project is $189,914, a significantly smaller amount compared to the previously quoted $284,000. Johnson Controls, Inc. will complete the work, along with KTH Architects.

Council argues over potential city management wage increase

November 9, 2010

Members of city council held their third and final budget meeting on Monday evening and were able to balance the city's 2011 budget. According to Carol Muhitch, city finance director, after the cutbacks made by council and city employees, the 2011 budget will contain around a $100 increase to residents' real estate property taxes.

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