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Fire At Straub Brewery



A 2-alarm fire at Straub Brewery on Friday morning. The call came in at approximately 9:15 a.m. We have learned that everyone inside evacuated safely. The fire was confined to the maintenance building which suffered extensive damage.  (Photo from Chelsea Detsch)


St. Marys Man Faces Charges After Domestic Incident


City Police reported answering a call to Gunners on Saturday for a 911 hangup. After investigation it was found that there ws a domestic disturbance in Room 221. Police report that Richard Gausman, 39, faces charges of simple assault and harassment for allegedly choking his wife, Elaine, was was treated at Penn Highlands Elk.


Highland Supervisors Concerned About Lawsuit


A federal lawsuit filed by Seneca Resources against Highland Township  over the "injection well" controversy has the potential to bankrupt the Township. A special meeting has been called for Monday to discuss the lawsuit with township residents. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at the Township building in James City. (Daily Press)


Ridgway Township Hears From Hunt Marcellus


Jeff Wilhelm, a land use litigator with Reed Smith, was one attendee at Thursday's Ridgway Township Board of Supervisors meeting, and he was the only oil and gas representative to speak during the nearly 90-minute meeting.

Wilhelm, representing Hunt Marcellus Operating Company, LLC, informed the supervisors that he has "deep concerns" with the curative amendment process, and that the supervisors should expect a written response from the company. (Daily Press)


Cameron County To Play In D9 Championship Saturday



The Cameron County Red Raiders defeated Venango Catholic, 44-32, on Wednesday at Clarion University to earn the chance to play for the District Championship on Saturday night at 8 p.m. The game will be played at Clarion University. Cameron County will face Clarion-Limestone in the championship game. (Photo from Marilyn Erickson)


Domino's Match Game


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Cameron County Girls And Elk County Catholic Girls Play Friday In St. Marys


Cameron County Girls will play Elk County Catholic in the D9 consolation game on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. The game will be played at St. Marys Area High School.


Crusaders Play Saturday At 12:30 In Clarion


The Elk County Catholic Crusaders will play Venango Catholic in the D9 consolation game on Saturday, February 28th at 12:30 p.m.


Jansen Named Director Of Advancement At ECCSS


Mr. Sam MacDonald, president of the Elk County Catholic School System, is pleased to announce the appointment of Susan Jansen to the position of Director of Advancement fo the school system, effective immediately.


Mrs. Jansen has a strong background in accounting, fundraising and customer service. She is an active member of Sacred Heart Parish, where she is involved as a Eucharistic Minister and coordinates altar server training. She serve don the ECCSS PTO for many years, coordinating major programs such as the school magazine sale. She is also a product of Catholic Education, having attended Catholic schools form kindergarten through twelfth grade in Shamokin, PA.


Jansen's husband Steve was employed with SGL Group- The Carbon Company for over 11 years and is currently the director of finance at Morgan AM & T. They have two children who attend ECCSS


Footlighters Planning Broadway Play "Harvey"


The Elk County Footlighters will present the Broadway play "Harvey", written by Mary Chase, on March 13th, 14th, 20th and 21st, 2015 at Aiello's Cafe. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m., curtain at 7:30 p.m. Also a Sunday matinee, on March 15th, at 2 p.m. Dinner at 1 p.m., curtain at 2 p.m.


Buffet dinner and show for $25.00. Early ticket purchases are encouraged and appreciated. Tickets available at the Village Peddler in St. Marys. In Ridgway at Elk County Council on the Arts, Cliffes and Aiello's Cafe. No phone reservations will be accepted.


Property Damaged In Burkes Home Center Parking Lot


State Police reported that someone damaged property owned by Deborah Fuller, 57, of St. Marys. The incident occurred at the Burkes Home Center Parking lot on Route 255 in Fox Township. Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact state police.


Rep. Causer Reports Some Relief For Bradford Residents



Rep. Martin Causer reports that after a conference call with state and local officials about water service in Bradford and the surrounding areas. The good news is, water is moving through the system and more customers are getting water service back in their homes. The bad news is, this does not mean the end of water conservation measures or the end of the boil water advisory.


The authority’s water storage tanks are still registering empty. Until they have time to fill up, customers should continue conserving water. Also, if you are using water for activities such as cooking, drinking or brushing teeth, the boil water advisory is still in effect and will likely continue for the next week to 10 days, according to authority officials.


City Police Warn Of Scams


City Police would like to remind residents to not provide any personal or banking information over the phone or email.


Police have received multiple reports of scams in the area. The include:


- Individuals calling claiming to be from the IRS who threaten arrest for not cooperating

- Monetary prizes in which individuals request fees or taxes be paid before collection.

- Incidents where a family member has been jailed and need money for their release.

- Incidents where a family member has been hospitalized and need money before they receive care.


Please call City Police at 781-1315 if you have any questions involving possible scams.


Quarterback Club March Meeting


St. Marys Quarterback Club will hold their March meeting on Thursday, March 5th at the PFL Club in St. Marys. All members are encouraged to attend.


Very Talented Carvers At This Years Rendezvous



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Events In Cameron County



The Cameron County Chamber Of Commerce features a daily calendar of events in the area. From meetings to special events. You can Click to view directly from the Chamber Website




Straub Beer "Food Bank Collection" At Business Expo




Bring a non-perishable food item to the 2014 Business Expo and you could win 98 dollars cash and Pittsburgh Zoo Tickets in the Straub Beer Food Bank Collection!  All items will be donated to the Christian Food Bank


NWTF Banquet Set For February 28th


The Wapiti Roost Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will be holding their annual banquet on Saturday, February 28th at the Red Fern. For ticket information, contact Ernie Bertolasio at 781-1509.


The National Wild Turkey Federation is the leader in upland wildlife habitat conservation in North America. Visit online for Tickets


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First Commonwealth Bank Contributes To ECCSS



Recently, First Commonwealth Bank of St. Marys made a $20,000 contribution to the Elk County Catholic School System (ECCSS) for scholarship funding.


Pictured, from left to right, are Douglas Sako, senior vice president of First Commonwealth Bank; Mary Beth Schaut, SMCES principal; Sam MacDonald, ECCSS president; Sean Gabler, vice president and office manager of First Commonwealth Bank; Sandy Florig, ECCHS principal; and John Schneider, SMCMS principal.


Any business interested in contributing to ECCSS may contact Bob Ordiway or Lou Radkowski through the ECCSS Advancement Office at 834-1480.


Ridgway Schools Facing Deficit


According to a report in the Bradford Era, preliminary budget numbers announced for the first time by the Ridgway Area School Board this week show a projected $288,977 deficit facing the district in the upcoming school year. Expenditures including teacher pay raises and growing health care and pension contributions add to the situation. However, if Gov. Wolf follows through with his proposed education subsidies, the deficit could be wiped out.


Three People From Kane Charged In $80K Bath Salts Bust


The Bradford Era reports that three Kane Residents were charged in court his week with allegedly possessing $80,000 worth of bath salts in a West Wind Road residence on January 27th. Charged were James Perry, 52, Jill Cleer, 55 and Roger Akins, 29, all of Kane.


Lad Crusaders Fall To Venango Catholic


The Lady Crusaders held 34-33 lead going into the fourth quarter, then Venango Catholic went on a 10-1 run and held on to defeat the Lady Crusaders 50-39 in the D9 semifinal round. Elk County now plays in the consolation game against Cameron County at a site, date and time to be determined.


Lady Red Raiders Fall To Clarion


The Cameron County Lady Red Raiders fell to Clarion, 45-37, in the D9 Playoffs on Tuesday. Clarion was superior from the foul line in the fourth quarter to extend the lead and secure the win. Lady Red Raiders were led by Madison Harrier with 17 points.



Parade Of Stars This Saturday, February 28th


The annual Parade of Stars will be held on Saturday, February 28th at the Cameron County High School Auditorium at 6 p.m.



New Charges Against Emporium Man


New charges have been filed against Shane Lyon, 44, who's last known address was listed as 1616 Rich Valley Road. Charges have been filed for drug and drug paraphernalia possession in connect with an October 2014 arrest by police. At the time, police responded to Kay Fork Road camp and found Lyon inside. Police also found syringes, razors and smoking pipes made for light bulbs, as well as a small quantity of stimulant bath salts and several prescription drugs.


A preliminary hearing for Lyon is scheduled for March 24th in St. Marys District court.


Liquor Control Committee Passed House Bill 466



On Monday, the House Liquor Control Committee passed House Bill 466. This legislation would create 1,200 wine and spirits licenses (and a possible 600 more being issued after all State Stores close) and a grocery store license for the sale of wine only, as well as permit beer distributors to sell 6-packs, 12-packs, cases, and growlers. It also would provide state troopers to the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement (BLCE) and, for the first time in state history, subject all wine and spirits retailers to age compliance checks. The bill is expected to be taken up by the full House later this week.


Annual Canoe And Kayak Classic



Welcome paddlers to the 2015 Cameron County Canoe & Kayak Classic.The classic has and will always be  all about the sport of paddling no matter  what level you choose to paddle at. With that said  Please keep in mind that it is a timed event.We are still having breakfast and registration at the Emporium Country Club. Come early drop your gear at the starting line have a bite to eat  register and be sure to catch the shuttle as parking will be limited at the starting area.  I will continue to update any details as the event grows closer .  If anyone has any questions  please drop me an email  or call   thank you and I look forward to seeing everyone come April 4th !!!  think spring   Take Care Randy


Rep. Gabler Discussing House Bill 472




PA State Rep. Matt Gabler discusses House Bill 472 which will cap government spending, protecting Pennsylvania's tax payers.


Rotary Club Recognizes Mike Spencer



During the Rotary Auction this past Sunday, the St. Marys Rotary Club honored Mike Spencer by presenting him with a plaque for his many years of service eto the club. Mike has relocated for employment, but continues to help out with club events. He has been instrumental in execution of the auction for many ears. Pictured is Mike Spencer (Left) receiving the plaque from club President Vern Kreckel III. The Rotary Club wishes Mike all the best.


Accident Near The Cameron County-Potter County Line


State Police reported that a vehicle driven by Trevor Freeman, 23, of Waynesboro, was traveling south on Route 72. He lost control of this vehicle and when he attempted to negotiate a right curve and traveled off the roadway into the ditch. Freeman was not injured. A passenger in the vehicle, Jay Brown, 53, of Chambersburg, also was not injured.


City Property Damaged On Market Street


City Police report that city property was damaged on market Street in the parking lot sometime during the weekend of February 13th. Police report unknown person removed the parking ticket receptacle box from the parking lot. The investigation continues.


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Business Expo Seminars On Town Hall Tuesday




There will be 5 free seminars offered at hte 2015 Business Expo on Saturday, February 28th at the Sacred Heart Parish Activity Center. One will be presented by Nick and Tom Lavella from Physical Industry Training. Learn about the benefits of a custom training program designed just for you. Plus Kristie, from Anchors Away will have a presentation on seafood preparation and seafood recipe's. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview on Town Hall Tuesday.


Benefit For Elk County Humane Society


For the months of February and March, we will be partnering with the Elk Mountain Winery. Purchase a bottle of Horn Elk or Pink Beaver in February or a bottle of Jack Ass Red or One Eye Stag in March and the winery will donation $1.00 towards the animals. They are located on Route 255 in St. Mary's. Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 11:00 to 6:00; Saturdays from 11:00 to 5:00; and Sundays from 11:00 to 3:00. They will also ship to Pennsylvania locations. See the poster below for more information.

St. Marys 9th Ward Polling Location Moved


City Council discussed concerns about utilizing City Hall as the polling location for elections. Issues have arose about the location, including parking, handicapped access and privacy. This week County Commissioners and election officials have announced that they will move the 9th ward polling location to the Sacred Heart Parish Center. The new location is expected to be up and running by the May Primary.


Bingo At Emporium Senior Center


Bingo at the Emporium Senior Center will be held on Wednesday's at 12:30 p.m.


Fish Fries At St. Joseph Church In Force


Fish Fries will be served each Friday during lent at St. Joseph's Church in Force. Haddock Fish Dinners for $10.00. Children 10 and under $6.00. Soup and drinks are not included in takeouts. Delivery available in Bennetts Valley. Call 787-4819


2015 "Bunny Hop" April 4th


The 2015 Bunny Hop to benefit the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, will be held on Saturday, April 3rd at 10 a.m. at Benzinger Park. The cost is $15 per person. I registered before March 21st, received a free t-shirt. Walkers start at 10 a.m., Runners at 11 a.m. (Click Here For Facebook Page)


Rep. Martin Causer Announces Safety And Rights Seminar



State Rep. Martin Causer announced recently that he will hold a FREE Firearms Safety and Rights Seminar. Seminars will be held at the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum, the Emporium Fire Hall and at the Lewis Run Volunteer Fire Department.





Domino's Match Game Winner!



Congratulations To Courtney Miller, this weeks Domino's Match Game Winner!  CLICK HERE for this weeks Match Game Answer. Check in this Friday for a chance to win a free Pizza From Domino's Pizza in St. Marys.


Elk Conservation District Planning Clay Shooting Event


The Elk County Conservation District will sponsor a Clay Shooting Event on Sunday, June 7th atthe St. Marys Sportsmen's Club. there will be wobble trap and doubles shooting events. For more information call Kate Yetzer,





Cameron County Little League Registration Starts Thursday



This years signups will be held at Memorial Hall on Friday FEB 27th from 6:00 to 8:00 and Saturday FEB 28th from 1:00 to 3:00. There will also be another sign up on Thursday MARCH 5th and Friday MARCH 6th from 6:00 to 8:00 and Saturday MARCH 7th from 1:00 to 3:00. A parent or guardian must be present to sign papers and pay the registration fee. These signups are for boys and girls!


Rotary Learns About Maple Syrup Production



This week the St. Marys Rotary Club welcomed a young entrepreneur from Kane. Nate Wilson, who is 11 years old, talked about Maple syrup production at his Sugar Shack, a business he has established din Kane. He was joined by his mom, Kane Rotarian Susan Zook Wilson, and dad, Glen Wilson. The Wilsons were the guests of Club President Vern Kreckel, III. The St. Marys Rotary Club wishes Nate all the best in his future endeavors.


Scarnati Supports Senate Passage Of Illegal Alien Bill


The state Senate this week, approved legislation that would deny public benefits, such as Medicaid, welfare, and unemployment compensation, to illegal immigrants living in Pennsylvania, according to Senator Joe Scarnati (R-25).


Scarnati, a co-sponsor of Senate Bill 9, explained that the legislation would establish tighter scrutiny and criminal penalties, which the Commonwealth’s almost 200,000 estimated illegal immigrants would face when applying for services funded by taxpayer dollars.


“America is a country with people of many diverse backgrounds,” Scarnati said.  “But in recent years, our state and country have been confronted with illegal immigration which is draining public funds, straining existing services, and creating unfair competition for jobs with American workers.”

Senate Bill 9 would require anyone receiving public benefits in Pennsylvania to provide identification proving they are legal residents.  In addition, individuals would be required to sign an affidavit stating they are a United States citizen, or an immigrant lawfully residing in this country.  Any illegal immigrant who falsely claims they are residing in the country legally, in order to obtain public benefits, will have committed a second degree misdemeanor and be subject to arrest.


The legislation would provide compassionate exceptions to its tough restrictions.  The measures would only apply to residents age 18 and older and would exempt seniors who are Medicare eligible as well as disabled Pennsylvanians who are receiving SSI or SSDI.  The bill would also allow every person in Pennsylvania access to emergency medical care, necessary immunizations and disaster relief.


“Addressing the issue of illegal immigration is one that I have been pushing very strongly for a number of years, but with these tough economic times, it is now even more crucial that we stop providing benefits to individuals who are living outside the law,” Scarnati said.  “Pennsylvania citizens, who are struggling to make ends meet, should not have their hard-earned dollars going toward benefits for illegal immigrants.”


Senate Bill 9 will now be sent to the House of Representatives for consideration.




Rendezvous Information On Visit Pa.


Ridgway Chainsaw Carvers Rendezvous all this week.


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Business Expo 2015 At Sacred Heart Parish Center!



The 2015 Business Expo will be held on Saturday, February 28th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sacred Heart Parish Activity Center. Extended Hours at this years event too. Plus, food served by Helene Burdick and her staff at Sacred Heart Parish Center. This years Expo will also feature a Health Fair, courtesy of Penn Highlands Elk, and several FREE SEMINARS. CLICK FOR MORE DETAILS


Business Expo 2015 To Offer Extended Hours At New Location...Click Here For More



The Business Expo 2015 will be held at the Sacred Heart Parish Center on Saturday, February 28th! We have also extended the hours for the Business Expo, it will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Over 40 vendors will be participating. Plus, new to the Business Expo are a series of Free Seminars, provided by Anchors Away, First Commonwealth Bank, Physical Industry Training, Fly Fishing with Jeff Buchheit, along with a seminar from Secco Designs.


The River 98.9 is teaming up with the Straub Brewery once again for our Christian Food Bank Collection. Bring non-perishable food items to the Expo and you can register to win $98.00 cash from the River 98.9!


We are also very pleased to team up with Penn Highlands Elk for the annual Health Fair, which will provide an opportunity for a variety of free health screenings, plus information on service provided by Penn Highlands Elk.


If you are planning a project around your home, looking for creative ideas for remodeling, interested in taste testing some of the fine wines from our region, you should plan to attend Business Expo 2015!


LIFT To Present "Within Your Reach"


Life and Independence For Today presents "Within Your Reach", a new program on assistive technology for people with disabilities. Get firsthand knowledge and assistance on obtaining assistive technology to enhance your independence and allow you to live a the lifestyle you desire.


LIFT is partnering with libraries throughout it service area to host assistive technology display sites and provide scheduled demonstrations.


LIFT will hold a "Within Your Reach" device demonstration on Friday, February 27th at 1 p.m. at the St. Marys Public Library.


Phoenix Rehabilitation Supporting Fight Against Texting And Driving



Phoenix rehabilitation and Health Services is distributing red thumb bands to the community through the month of February in support of the Red Thumb Reminder against Texting and driving. The goal of the Red Thumb Reminder is to make drivers mindful to not text while behind the wheel by encouraging them to paint their thumb nail red or wear a red bland or sting around their finger.


Phoenix Facility Director and Physical Therapist, Sherron McGowan, PT, M.Ed, OCS recognizes the importance of spreading the word about he Red Thumb Reminder. McGowan states, " Handing out these red thumb bands is Phoenix's way of provoking thought in the community about the dangers of texting and driving." Statistics show that those who text and drive are 23 times more likely to have an accident.


Phoenix invites you to stoop by their booth at the Business Expo at the Sacred Heart Activity Center on Saturday, February 28th form 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to get your red thumb band and join the movement of saying no to texting and driving.


Ridgway Rendezvous Underway



The 16th annual Ridgway Chainsaw Carver Rendezvous got under way on Saturday and will continue to take shape over the week, wrapping up with an auction of the wooden art this Saturday. Organizer Liz Boni said on Sunday that carvers had been trickling in over the weekend and more than 180 artists were expected in total as well as tens-of-thousands of attendees to come peruse and purchase the final products. (Bradford Era)


Annual Heritage Gala March 28th


Save the date for the 7th Annual Heritage Gala Benefit Dinner, sponsored by the Advancement Office of the Elk County Catholic School System! The gala will be held on Saturday, March 28 at the Red Fern.


The purpose of the gala is to showcase the talents of our students, to pay tribute to hallmark and significant members of our school system, to thank our business sponsors and patrons, and to gather in community to celebrate. The theme of this year’s gala is “Our Little Corner of Paradise.” Eligible donors will have the chance to win a trip to beautiful Punta Cana!


St. Marys Man Charged With Burglary


Zachery Eckert of Earth Road in St. Marys has been charged with Burglary of an apartment at 340 Grant Street in St. Marys. Eckert damaged windows in the apartment. The incident took place in July 2014. He is scheduled ot appear for a preliminary hearing on March 24th.


St. Marys Woman Facing Drug Charges


Yvette L. Meyer, 37, of 123 Iron Run Road was charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and public drunkenness after an incident at Judge Jacobs court. Meyer appeared visibly intoxicated and reveled a glass pipe she claimed to have found in her driveway. She was charged and her preliminary hearing is set for March 24th.


Two Injured In Traffic Accident On Ridgway-St. Marys Road Early Thursday


City Police investigated a two vehicle head-on collision that occurred on Route 120 on Thursday, February 19th at 6:20 a.m.


Police report a 2012 Ford Escape, operated by Brenda Placer of Ridgway, was traveling east on State Street near the Laurel Run Reservoir. A 2006 Toyota Tacoma, operated by Anthony Gerg of St. Marys, was traveling east. The vehicles collided head-on and came to rest in the westbound lane. Damage to both vehicles was severe.


Placer and Gerg were each extricated from their vehicles by the Crystal Fire Department. Both were transported to Penn Highlands Elk by St. Mary ambulance Service. Both were subsequently transferred to another medical facility by Stat Medevac helicopter.


Ridgway Fire Department fire Police and PennDOT assisted at the scene.


Living Room Makeover For Dagus Mines Woman From HGTV


An Elk County woman known for always helping others and never looking for anything in return is thanked by the community, all starting with a letter written by her husband. Her name is Amy Gorton, and this week, her entire living room was made over by a celebrity guest from HGTV Angelo Surmelis. Earlier this week, her friends and family watched, tears rolling down her face, as they said thank you. For the entire 19 ½ years Amy Gorton and her husband have lived in their Dagus Mines home, her family and friends said she always put off fixing it up because she was too busy helping others in need. (READ MORE FROM WJAC-TV)


Ridgway Borough Police Investigate Several Incidents


- Sarah Roberts, of Leslie Avenue, Ridgway, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after an incident on December 19th


- Someone removed clothing belonging to Morgan Pisani from the Laundromat located on Montmorenci Avenue on February 14th.


- Matthew Dunshie, 24, of Ridgway was charged with fugitive from justice after police report that prison officials were made ware of an outstanding arrest warrant for Dunshie from the State of new York, while he was currently being incarcerated in the Elk County Prison


- Ridgway Police investigated a one vehicle accident on February 12th on Main Street. Sandra Malfara was attempting to  park her 2010 Honda Pilot when she failed to place the vehicle into park and while she left the vehicle, the car began to roll forward and struck the "Hello Beautiful" store. Malfara's vehicle suffered moderate injury.


- Ridgway Police investigated a theft from the Dollar Store. Timothy Simmons, 30, of Ridgway removed approximately $400 form the cash register. Police located Simmons later and he was arraigned before Judge King. He was unable to post bail and was committed to Elk County Prison.


Jeff Buchheit Features Hunting Stories On "Discover The Great Outdoors"



Join Jeff Buchheit Tuesday at 6:30 p.m., or CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.


2015 "Bunny Hop" April 4th


The 2015 Bunny Hop to benefit the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, will be held on Saturday, April 3rd at 10 a.m. at Benzinger Park. The cost is $15 per person. I registered before March 21st, received a free t-shirt. Walkers start at 10 a.m., Runners at 11 a.m. (Click Here For Facebook Page)


Mentored Youth Fishing Days Expanded


Responding to angler requests for more fishing opportunities.

The first Mentored Youth Trout Day will be held on March 28, the Saturday before the regional opening day of trout season in 18 southcentral and southeast counties. The second one will be held on April 11, the Saturday before the statewide opening day of trout season. Mentors and children can each keep two trout, which must be at least seven inches. More information about the Mentored Youth Fishing Days program is available


Selling Your Home During Winter




Leah Whiteman from Elk County Real Estate with tips on selling your home during the winter.



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Watch St. Marys City Council Meeting


The St. Marys City Council meets the first and third Monday each month. Watch council meetings live on Zito Media Channel 9, and here on our website...(Watch Council Video)





Is A Court Hearing Necessary To Terminate Parental Rights When It Comes To Adoption?




On this edition of "Ask The Expert", Attorney Rick Brown, from the Law Offices of Meyer and Wagner, discusses whether or not a court hearing is necessary to terminate parental rights when it comes to adoption.




This years Annual Gala Fundraiser theme is SPECTACULAR SPECTACULAR, an evening at the Moulin Rouge on February 21st at Aiello's Cafe.

There will be dueling pianos, auctions, dueling artists, a photo booth and more! 

Tickets will be available soon. They will be just $25 per person and all proceeds benefit ECCOTA Programming.




Date For 2015 Housing Expo Announced


The 2015 LHOT Housing Expo will be held on Thursday, March 12th from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Sacred Heart Parish Social Center. Registration is $35.00. For more information call Amy at 814-389-4440.


Cameron County High School Play


The Cameron County High School Drama Club play will be held on Saturday, February 14th at6 7 p.m. at the Cameron County High School Auditorium.


Wrestling Tournament February 21st


The JO Wrestling Tournament will be held on Saturday, February 21st at the Cameron County High School Gym. The tournament begins at 9 a.m.


M.S. Trivia Night March 7th


The M.S. Trivia night to support the "Shakey Walkers" as they fundraise for their Multiple Sclerosis Walk, will be held on March 7th at the St. Marys Moose Club. Enjoy an evening of trivia, food, drinks and fun. There will be a 50/50, M.S. Auction, Prizes for winning teams, Rip off tickets and cash bar.


Doors open at 5 p.m., dinner at 5:30 p.m. Trivia at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $20 per person and includes a spaghetti dinner. For more information call 389-9272, or 335-5771.



Rotary Preparing For Annual Auction



This week the St. Marys Rotary Club held their first meeting of 2015, and plans for their annual Auction are underway. This year the Auction will be held on Sunday February 22nd, beginning at 12:30 PM. Watch for more information in the coming weeks. Pictured above is Rotarian Mouse Heary with Club President Vern Kreckel III reviewing Auction information at this weeks meeting. If you would like to donate items for the Auction please call 834-1874. For more information on the St. Marys Rotary Club please visit




Ray Beimel Remembers Sunday Morning At 10 a.m. On The River 98.9


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Sunday Morning Worship Services From Shiloh Presbyterian Church



Listen For Sunday Morning Worship Services From Shiloh Presbyterian Church In St. Marys, Sunday at 10:30 a.m. On The River 98.9...CLICK HERE TO LISTEN On Computer Or Mobile Device




Attorney Rick Brown "Ask The Expert"



How Can You Avoid Going To Trial? Attorney Rick Brown Explains



Watch St. Marys City Council Meeting


The St. Marys City Council meets the first and third Monday each monht. Watch council meetings live on Zito Media Channel 9, and here on our website...(Watch Council Video)




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