August 3rd, 2015
Shown is the 1993 Pigtail Softball Senior All-Star squad. Players pictured from left to right. Front row: Angie Busch, Stacey Gerg, Jen Lecker, Amanda Sorg, Mary Asti, and Courtney Eckert. Middle row: Amy Cherry, Denise Brennen, Emily Hoffman, Danielle Tyger, Penny Groll, Crystal Zuchowski, and Jill Singer. Back row: Coaches Justin Groll and Mark Eckert.
This week's events and activities include:
St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors workshop on Monday, Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. in the St. Marys Area High school library.
St. Marys City Council work session on Monday, Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. at City Hall.
Fox Township Supervisors meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 5 at 6 p.m. in the Fox Twp. Municipal Building.
Should college football add 64 teams to the playoffs?
A rare blue moon will appearÂ tonight althoughÂ it is unlikely that it willÂ actually appear blue. The name applies to a second full moon inside a single calendar month. The last one was in August 2012 and the next will not occur until 2018. If it does appear blue, it is possible and has happened, it will be becauseÂ the light is being filtered through air borne particles.
After taking time to talk to young attendees at Michael Proudfit Night on Saturday evening at the St. Marys Community Pool, Santa joined them for a quick swim in the baby pool.
Kendall Young is shown delivering a pitch early in Tuesday night's game against Caln Township. Young went the distance in the game for St. Marys, throwing a one-hitter.
SMAHS 1971 Dance Club
This snapshot from the past features the Dance Club as featured in The Dutchman 1971 yearbook from St. Marys Area High School.
Members of the 1931-32 Boys Club Basketball championship squad are pictures from left to right. Front row: Guy Weisner, John Skok, Jim Goetz, and Bucky Kneidel. Back row: Barr Valentine, Dan Phalen, Dude Brock, H. J. Brock, Gibby Hoffman, Vic Burlock, and Donuts Luhr.
Monday, July 27 â€“ Elk County Conservation District at 4:30 p.m. in the Elk County Courthouse Annex
Tuesday, July 28 â€“ Elk County Solid Waste Authority at 4:30 p.m. in the Elk County Courthouse Annex
In an effort to improve and modernize the overall look of the newspaper, the Daily Press has unveiled a new header for the top of the paper to further enhance the overall experience for our readers.
"Over the next few months, you'll notice some changes to improve the look and experience of your newspaper," said Harlan J. Beagley, publisher. "We have a successful operation that we've worked really hard on and we want to complement that with new features that will benefit our subscribers.