May 4th, 2015
The Brookville Raiders outlasted the St. Marys Area Flying Dutch by a 16-14 score Monday night in a game played at Berwind Park.
St. Marys City Council unanimously voted to acknowledge receipt of the St. Marys Early Intervention Program (EIP) report on Monday evening during their work session.
"We do not necessarily have to do everything in the report," said Councilman Ned Jacob.
Jacob proposed the motion to acknowledge the report stating the caveat is the yet-to-be-named city manager must meet with council and a committee to review the report before passing anything in the report.
The St. Marys Servicemen's Burial Detail was presented with the Community Non-Profit Award during the recent St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner.
On Friday evening, numerous Detail members and their spouses were the honored guests at the Chamber dinner held at The Highlands.
The Community Non-Profit Award recognizes an organization which has given back to the community through service. Accepting the award was Bill Miller, a detail member.
Chamber Outreach Coordinator Ashley Oâ€™Dell provided information on the Detail upon receiving its award.Â
In an effort to says thanks to Catholic Sisters around the world who have dedicated their lives to serving, encouraging and inspiring others, local author John Schlimm and his book publisher have designated today as Thank A Nun Day.
This organized social media effort encourages people to share messages of gratitude to the Catholic nuns, past and present, who have made a difference in their lives.
Social media users everywhere are invited to join the global movement on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
The Elk County Catholic Crusader baseball team successfully defended their Elk County Baseball Tournament crown Saturday afternoon by defeating the St. Marys Area Flying Dutch by an 8-3 score in the championship game at Berwind Park.
A small plane veered out of control upon startup striking a portion of a building Sunday afternoon at the St. Marys Municipal Airport.
A pilot and his passenger escaped with only minor injuries.
The incident occurred as pilot Preston Hoopes of Ulysses in Potter County was reportedly having difficulty starting his plane. He reported to Alan McPherson, airport manager, that he exited the plane to slightly move the propellor which he said suddenly started although the key in the ignition was turned to the off position as was the master switch.
Two St. Marys businesses were recognized during the St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce's Annual Dinner held Friday evening at The Highlands.
Among those honored were Penn Pallet receiving the Business Achievement award and The River 98.9 receiving the Blight to Flight award.
Chamber Outreach Coordinator Ashley O'Dell introduced each award, provided information on the winner and presented an engraved plaque to recipients along with Chamber President Greg Stauffer.
RIDGWAY â€“Â Area residents will pause to reflect Thursday from noon to 1 p.m. for the annual National Day of Prayer event at the Courthouse Gazebo in downtown Ridgway.
St. Marys Area Middle School hosted their annual Civil War encampment on Friday.
This is the 15th year for the event which included 11 stations, the most of any encampment to date.
Forty-two reenactors participated in the event highlighting various aspects of the Civil War and that time period ranging from fashions, a blacksmith store, a medical doctor tent, a live mortar shoot, a canon demonstration, artillery education, a marching drill station, a gift shop, discussion with a Civil War author and readings of time period ghost stories.
Several subdivision applications were approved by St. Marys City Council.
Among them were a request from Hunt Oil Products, Inc. of Brusselles Street to divide two lots from a 2.38 acre parcel as separate lots for sale. Lot 1 is .91 acres, lot 2 is .38 acres and the residual parcel is 1.08 acres. All lots have an existing building on them with public water and sewage.
The residual parcel is accessed via a private 40 ft. wide street, which has frontage along the street.
A minor subdivision was approved for the Lanzel Trust on Wilson Road.