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Money Bunny Grand Prize Winner!



Congratulations to Debbie Elmquist of St. Marys, our Grand Prize Winner in this weeks "Money Bunny" contest. Debbie was selected from all of the correct entries. CLICK HERE to view the answers to the contest.


Beautiful Day For Easter Egg Hunt



Photo from Easter Egg Hunt In Cameron County on Saturday.


Preparing For Easter At Guy And Mary Felt Manor



Genemarie and Kayla preparing for Easter at Guy and Mary Felt Manor


Dutch Mascot Seeking National Championship




Ridgway Woman Charged With Retail Theft


According to State Police, Mandie Leithner, 18, of Ridgway was observed by Walmart security selecting and then concealing merchandise. Leithner then attempted to leave the store but was detained by Walmart Security. Total value of stolen items was $33.86. Leithner was charged with Retail Theft.


Kersey Man Faces Charges After Speeding In Fox Township


State police report that Brian Thompson, 39, of Kersey, was driving a blue F-350 truck on Route 948, near Oak Street, in Kersey, when he was stopped for speeding. He was found to be under the influence of alcohol. Charges are pending.


Learn More About Penn Highlands Elk "My eHealth Portal"



Penn Highlands Healthcare has unveiled its new My eHealth portals on its website, which is available to Penn Highlands patients who use Penn Highlands Elk hospital and physicians.

My eHealth portals are doorways on the Internet to provide patients easy, secure access to their health information and online communication with the doctors’ offices that comprise the Penn Highlands Healthcare system. “These web portals will empower patients and their families to take a more active role in their care,” according to Tom Johnson, chief information officer at Penn Highlands Healthcare. 

Listen to our interview with Mary Ann Schwabenbauer (Left), and Michelle Sedor, from Penn Highlands Elk.

Hit And Run Accident At St. Marys Plaza


St. Marys City Police investigated a hit and run accident at the St. Marys Plaza. A 2001 Subaru, owned by Tara Trayer, of St. Marys, pas parked near Label Shopper between 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 17th, when someone struck the front of the car causing damage. Trayer reported she also had been at the Elk Mountain Winery and Walmart, prior to Label Shopper. Anyone with information should contact City Police.


City Council Meeting Monday


St. Marys City Council will consider an ordinance to restrict the hours of operation of transient retail business in St. Marys at Monday's City Council Meeting. Council will also award bids for stone and dust control. Also on the agenda is a LERTA Application for Penn Pallet and a Land Development Application on Delaum Road. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m.


Work Schedule For Route 255 Week Of April 21st


Activity the week of April 21 will include:


·         The contractor will begin work on Monday morning at 7 a.m. and continue through Friday morning. Work will be performed 24-hours per day.


·         During nighttime hours, Route 255 will be restricted to one lane northbound and one lane southbound between Vine Street and State Street (Route 120) for the installation of storm drainage pipe.


·         During daytime hours, State Street (Route 120) will be restricted to one lane between South St Marys Street (Route 255) and Rock Street for paving and line painting. Flaggers will be in place to direct traffic. Expect traffic delays and congestion.


  • During daytime hours, Route 255 will be restricted to one lane northbound and one lane southbound between Vine Street and State Street for the installation of sanitary sewer lines.


  • Vine Street will remain closed between South Saint Marys Street (Route 255) and Chestnut Street. Motorists are to follow the signed detour route. This portion of Vine Street will remain closed until further notice. The closure is required for the installation of a sanitary sewer line.


  • West Arch Street will continue to be closed between South Saint Marys Street (Route 255) and Rock Street. Motorists are to follow the signed detour. This portion of West Arch Street will remain closed until further notice.


  • During daytime hours, the contractor will be installing sidewalk along State Street (Route 120).


  • During daytime hours, the contractor will be paving previously disturbed areas on East Mill Street, Race Street, East Arch Street, and Vine Street. Expect traffic delays and congestion.


LIFT Ramp Drive A Huge Success



L.I.F.T., Lie and Independence For Today, announced that $6,000.00 was raised through their recent Ramp Drive, which began in December. The funds raised enabled LIFT to purchase 6 - 6' ramps and 6 - 10' ramps. LIFT will begin accessing the needs of those who have been waiting and placing ramps at their homes.


The Ramp Drive will continue through December 2014, with donations being accepted at any time throughout that period. All donations are welcome. Any group, business, industry, or individual who donates $50 or more will be recognized on a plaque attached to a ramp. For more information, call 781-3050.


Rotary Student Of The Month



The St. Marys Rotary Club honored Tonya Copello as the Student Of The Month, from St. Marys Area High School. Tonya is pictured with her mother along with club President, Dave Greene, and Rotarian Sue Lepovetsky.


Project Gifts For Elk County Planning Motorcycle Run In September



Project Gifts for Elk County held their regular meeting recently and announced that the Piedmont Club in Johnsonburg is planning a motorcycle Run to be held on Saturday, September 6th. Also the Bavarian Fall Fest will hold a Motorcycle Toy Run at their event on September 20th. Both of these events will benefit Project Gifts For Elk County. For more information, CLICK HERE


No Tax Increase For St Marys Area School District


The St. Marys Area School District announced that there will be no tax increase included in the 2014-15 budget. Also, there will be no cuts in programs. This despite the fact that the district has realized falling enrollment and rising retirement and health costs.


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Johnsonburg Woman Waives Hearing In Child Sex Assault


Jeannie Showwalter, 39, of East Avenue in Johnsonburg, charged in connection with the sexual assault of a 15 year old female, waived her hearing on corruption of minors and child endangerment charges this week in Court. Showalter was charged in March after she allegedly confessed to sharing drugs and alcohol with a 15 year old girl before facilitating the juvenile's sexual encounter with Eric Hulings, 37, of James City. Hulings is charged in Elk County Court with felonies of statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual and a misdemeanor charge of indecent sexual assault.


Pipeline Projects In Cameron county


Cameron County Commissioners learned this week that two 16-inch diameter water lines will be installed along a stretch spanning Norwich Township in McKean County and Shippen Township in Cameron County. Kleinfelder, an engineering firm, is representing NFG Midstream Clermont LLC for the Clermont to Rich Valley Pipeline. A second notice was received from Kleinfelder concerning the EQT Lateral project in Shippen Township, southeast of Howard Siding.


Inmate Housing Agreement


Cameron County Commissioners announced an inmate housing agreement with Potter County will increase to $60 per day for male inmates, plus medical costs. Jails are currently filled beyond capacity in many local counties, due to mostly the drug epidemic, according to commissioners.


Burglary At Fox Township School


Police are investigating a burglary at St. Boniface Elementary School in Fox Township. According to police, burglars entered the building by removing a fan. State police at Ridgway said the burglary happened between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. Tuesday into Wednesday. Police said the burglars damaged walls, doors and other items in the building. The amount of damage is approximately $5,000. The burglars also took about $145 in cash, police said. Anyone with information about the incident should call troopers at the Ridgway barracks at 814-776-6136 or Elk County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-775-2030.


Easter Bunny And Friends Visit The River 98.9




"Easter Bunny And Friends", from Elk Towers, have been bringing smiles to many people for the last four years, at Easter. They will visit Ridgmont in Ridgway on Tuesday, April 16th at 2 p.m. On Wednesday, April 16th, Lil' Critters at 11 a.m., Adult Day Care at 11:30 a.m., Guy and Mary Felt Manor at 2:30 p.m. On Thursday, April 17th, they will visit Pinecrest, Elk Haven and Silver creek, starting at 10 a.m. Watch our segment of Up Close, and meet the ladies from Easter Bunny and Friends.


Flying Dutch Mascot Is Pennsylvania Champion, Seeking National Championship!




St. Marys Flying Dutch Mascot has been voted the best in Pennsylvania, and now is in the Top 10 National Round to determine the winner for the nations best mascot. Winner's receive cash prizes for their athletic department and a banner. You can vote for the SMAHS Mascot, starting at noon on Thursday, April 17th, at noon. CLICK HERE TO VOTE


Rotary Welcomes Penn Highlands Elk President/CEO



St. Marys Rotary Club recently welcomed Rose Campbell, President and CEO of Penn Highlands Elk. She was the guest of Randy Geci, and spoke to the rotary about the hospital. Pictured is Club President, Dave Greene, Rose Campbell, and Rotarian, Randy Geci.


Fire Department Answers Call To Hilltop Diner



The Crystal Fire Department answered a call at approximately 5:30 p.m. to the Hilltop Diner on Route 255 in Fox Township. The cause and the extent of damage is not yet known.


Robin Road Man Charged With Possession Of Drugs And A Prohibited Offensive Weapon


City Police were called to Sheetz in St. Marys, where an employee reported that a known individual was unconscious in a blue colored Jeep at one of the gas pumps. The person reportedly was in his vehicle at that location for several hours. City Police learned that the person was in possession of three pipes commonly used to smoke controlled substances and a pair of brass knuckles. As a result of their investigation, criminal charges are pending against Robert Pearsall, 25, of 172 Robin Road, St. Marys, for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a prohibited weapon.


Elk County To Begin Assessments Of Property


Elk County Commissioners this week appointed Russ Braun to conduct assessments of properties held in repository by the county in determining whether a building is capable of being rehabilitated or requires razing. While demolition of some properties are possible, the goal is to encourage real estate rehabilitations, which would increase the county's tax base.


Robbery Suspects Headed To Trial


Three people accused of robbing a home in Johnsonburg, at gunpoint, will be going to trial in Elk County Court. James Holding, 29, Kevin Williams, 37 and Angela Williams, 34, all of Johnsonburg, are scheduled for trial on May 8th. The three were charged in connection with an armed robber on Harrison Avenue in November.


Man Charged With Child Pornography Waives Preliminary Hearing


Ronald Dill, 58, of North St. Marys Street, St. Marys, was arrested in March after he was found to be in possession of child pornography on a home computer. On Tuesday, Dill waved his preliminary hearing. He remains in Elk County Prison. Formal arraignment is scheduled for May 5th.


Criminal Trespass In Fox Township


State Police report that someone attempted to gain entry into a residence on Fairview Road in Kersey. The perpetrator attented to gain entry through two rear doors. The door jamb had pry marks that appeared to be from a screwdriver. Anyone with information should contact State Police. The property is owned by Thomas Kronenwetter, 63, of Kersey.


Special Showing Of "Wizard Of Oz" To Benefit ECCOTA


Elk County Council on the Arts presents a special showing of the MGM Classic Film: Wizard of  Oz

Sat. Apr. 26, 2014. Doors open at 3:30 and the show starts at 4pm at the Apollo Theater, St. Marys

Just $5/person. Advance tickets are available at the ECCOTA Gallery or Apollo Theatre until April 25th. Tickets will also be sold at the door. Join us at the St. Marys Public Library from 2:45 to 3:45pm for special craft activities before the show! ECCOTA would like to thank the Apollo Theater for sponsoring this special event & St. Marys Public Library for partnering to provide special activities.  Dress as your favorite character from the Land of Oz and you'll be entered for a chance to win a door prize!. Be sure to mark this on your calendar and enjoy the show!  Proceeds from the sale of movie tickets will benefit ECCOTA programming.


Nancy Baker, From Elk County Children And Youth Services On Town Hall Tuesday


Join us for Town Hall Tuesday with special guest Nancy Baker. Nancy is the Director of Elk County Children and Youth Services. With April designated at Child Abuse Prevention month, Nancy will discuss the services provided by Elk County Children and Youth, along with issues facing our region today. Listen Tuesday at 6 p.m., or CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.


Kristen Giger, From National Wild Turkey Federation, On Discover The Great Outdoors


Jeff Buchheit welcomes Biologist Kristen Giger, from the National Wild Turkey Federation, on this weeks edition of Discover The Great Outdoors. Listen Tuesday, at 6:30 p.m. on The River 98.9. Or, CLICK HERE


Classic Car Cruise In June 28th



The annual Classic Car Cruise In for the Elk will be held on June 28th, contact the Elk Country Visitors Center at 787-5167.


Annual Big Foot Hunt T-Shirts Available



Big Foot Hunt t-shirts are in and ready for sale!!! They are available in two colors; black and Green both having tan print. We have sizes from Youth S-L and Adults S-2XL. See a Team Member for shirts or you can pick one up at the Cameron County Chamber & Artisan Center!!



Mobile Siren Testing Planned For April 23rd In Cameron County


On Wednesday, April 23, 2014 beginning at 11:00 a.m. to approximately 5:00 p.m. the Cameron County Office of Emergency Services will be conducting mobile siren testing in the following areas:


  • From the George B. Stevenson Dam South on First Fork Road (State Route 872) to Sinnemahoning.

  • From Sinnemahoning West on Route 120 to Driftwood. 

  • West on Low Grade Road (State Route 555) to the Gibson Township Building. 


The purpose of this testing is to determine the placement of sirens for the George B. Stevenson Dam Emergency Warning Project.  Each siren test will follow the Federal emergency guideline of a three minute continuous siren tone. 


The test siren is a mobile unit in the back of an Alert Notification.com pickup truck. If you are driving in the area(s) of testing please use caution and be alert for the mobile unit. 


To assist us in determining the siren coverage area we are asking if you hear the siren tests please call 814-486-9321 to report your name, location, time, and how well you were able to hear the siren.


In the event of inclement weather testing will be rescheduled for Thursday, April 24, 2014.





Eastern Sintered Alloys Has The Need For Experienced Mold Setups To Work The Night Shifts.   Candidates Should Have At Least Two Years Of Experience In Setting Single Action Tools.  Experience With Multi-Action Tools Is Desired But Not Required.


Eastern Sintered Is A Leading Independent Powdered Metal Manufacturer.  We Offer Competitive Earnings And Comprehensive Benefits With An Excellent Working Environment.   Eastern Offers Exceptionally Stable Employment.  There Has Never Been A General Layoff In The History Of The Company.  We Also Make Efforts To Balance The Family Life Of Our Employees With The Work Requirements.


Resumes Should Be Mailed To:



                                                                                Human Resource Manager

                                                                                Eastern Sintered Alloys, Inc.

                                                                                P.O. Box 708

                                                                                St. Marys, Pa.   15857



Administrative Professional Day In Cameron County April 23rd


Administrative Professional Day in Cameron County will feature a cooking class!  Cristy Solveson,author of the “Call Me Crazy” blog and supporter of the movement to reduce or eliminate genetically modified organisms in food, will explain the effect of GMO and aid those in attendance in making their own tortillas that can then be stuffed with other fresh items. Solveson says eating GMO free does not have to be without pleasure.  Desert will be chocolate brownies and home made ice cream!


Many of the products used in the meal will be purchased locally including from Mountain View Natural, located in downtown Emporium.  Lorah Lehman and her family opened their store earlier this year.


The event is open to any employer who wishes to send their administrative professionals.  It will be held Wednesday April 23 from 11am-1pm.  The fee is the same as last year $30.00 for members and $35.00 for non-members.  Door prizes will be offered and each participant will take home a recipe book with unique spices to create GMO free menus.


Reservations are required and will be accepted until April 16 by calling the chamber at 814-486-4314.


Soup Sale To Benefit Sara Shankle


A Soup and Bake sale will be held on Saturday, April 26th from 11 a.m. to sold out at the Ridgway High School Cafeteria. There will also be a 50/50 and Chinese Auction. Proceeds benefit Sara Shankle, a 6th grader at the Ridgway Middle/High School who is battling cancer.

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Listen To Crusader Games Here - Crusaders vs Johnsonburg, Monday, April 7th at 4 p.m.




Up Close With Susan Babik On The 2014 Relay For Life Event Coming In June...Presented By Secco Designs




The Relay For Life Event is one of the biggest events of summer, and for a very worthwhile cause. Susan Babik, from the American Cancer Society talks about this years event.


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Community Nurses Annual Living With Grief Program


The Community Nurses will present their annual Living With Grief Program, entitled, "Helping Adolescents Cope With Loss", on Wednesday, April 23rd from 9 .m. to noon at the Education Center at Penn Highlands Elk. No admission fee. Those attending will gain in-depth knowledge from experts into how the grief process intersects with critical milestones of adolescent development, and gain insight into interceptive strategies focused on young people.


Cleaning Up Emporium


Clean up Emporium will begin Tuesday April 22 when volunteers from the Emporium Fire Department will wash the sidewalks and Route 120 from Chestnut to Maple Streets.  Those attending events that evening are asked to not park along the street in those areas.


Saturday April 26 volunteers will clean up downtown Emporium.  Projects include the mini-park, town entrances, vacant store front windows, and picking up litter along West Creek Rails to Trails. The Cameron County Chamber of Commerce will coordinate the projects.  “Volunteers and those with project ideas are encouraged to call the office,” says executive director Tina Johns Solak, “the number of projects tackled will depend on the number of volunteers.”  


Landlord Association Meeting


The North Central PA Landlord Association will be holding its next meeting April 24th @ 6:00pm in St. Marys at Casali’s Rest.; featuring Elk County Planning Department @ 7:00pm. The landlord group is dedicated to the education of landlords in the region.  We are also accepting new membership at this time. Please call Amy Auman @ 814-389-4440 with questions on this meeting or the organization.


50's & 60's Dance At Youth Center



George E. Wagner Lodge #639 is presenting a 50's and 60's dance at the St. Marys Youth Center on Saturday, April 26th from 9 p.m. to midnight. Cost is $10.00 per person. BYOB. For tickets call Bob Lilja at 885-8287





River 98.9 Weekly Programs. Listen Below




Ray Beimel Remembers


Discover The Great Outdoors


Senior Living


Town Hall Tuesday


More River 98.9 News


Obituary - Patricia Gavazzi


Obituary - Theresa Murray



Hometown Happenings...


Mystery Dinner At Royal Inn, May 3rd


ECCHS Basketball Camps Scheduled For June


Taste Of The Arts June 21st In Ridgway


Elk County Historical Society Dinner, April 25th


Listen To River 98.9 Programs Here...


Jeff Buchheit Talks With State Rep. Matt Gabler. Click

Bert Sorg And Marty Kim From St. Marys Ambulance Association Discuss Current Subscription Drive..Click

Ray Beimel On History Of Protestant Churches in St. Marys Click

Jeff Buchheit Visits Community Nurses Adult Day Care Center Click


ECCHS Alumni Mass May 2nd


The Elk County Catholic High School Alumni Association will hold its monthly Alumni Mass on Friday, may 2nd at 9:15 a.m. in the ECC Chapel. Due to scheduling conflicts, mass has been scheduled for early May. All alumni members are invited to attend and celebrate with the students and faculty and staff. Breakfast will be served immediately following in the cafeteria.


Rotary Club Embarks On Fundraising Campaign



The St. Marys Rotary Club will be celebrating 65 years as a charted club. Instead of retiring, they've intended to expand their presence in ST Marys by recruiting new members and fundraising so they can give back to their beloved community. Their goal is to raise the necessary funds to place a clock on General Edward Meyer Boulevard that will help represent the captivating City Of St Marys, and compliment its Victorian Theme. READ MORE


Croquet Tournament At Fox Township Park



A Croquet Tournament will be held at Fox Township park, courtesy of the Knights of Columbus, Kersey #6252, begging Sunday, May 4th, through the championship game on August 10th. There is a division form Me, May 4th, Women, May 18th, Senior Division on June 1st, Teen Division on June 15th, Couples Division on July 13th, Youth Division on July 27th and the championship on August 10th. Play will be held on Sundays from 5 to 8 p.m. Contact the park at 885-6122, or Cory Straub at 885--8465. Listen to our interview with Cory Straub about the event. CLICK HERE


National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day


Pennsylvania State police will accept unwanted, expired and unused prescription drugs on Saturday, April 26th, as part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. The service is free and anonymous. Take-Back Day is a national intuitive, conducted in partnership with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, aimed at encouraging the public to dispose of expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs that are prone to abuse and theft. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, unwanted prescription medication can be dropped off at select State Police barracks. For list of drop-off sites, CLICK HERE, then click Public Services link.


Boys And Girls Basketball Camp Schedule For June


The 33rd annual Elk County Catholic High School Boys Fundamental skills basketball clinic will be held at Elk County Catholic High School from Monday, June 2nd to Friday June 6th. The camp is open to boys entering grades 1 to 9 as of next August.


The girls camp will be held Monday, June 2nd, to Thursday, June 5th. The girls camp is also open to girls entering grades 1 to 9.


The camp is open to boys and girls in both the Parochial and Public Grade Schools. Cost of the game is $20.00 for single camper families; $30.00 for two camper families; and $35.00 for three or more camper families.


For more information, including schedule, CLICK HERE


Watch St. Marys City Council Meeting



St. Marys City Council learns of a special community project, sponsored by the St. Marys Rotary Club. Plus, a local resident expresses concern about residents being approached by natural gas industry representatives interested in exploring the area and who continue to make their presence known.. Watch the entire council meeting on River 98.9 TV. CLICK


Kiwanis Club Sponsoring Sausage Sandwich Sale



The Kiwanis Club of Elk County is sponsoring a Sausage Sandwich Sale on Friday, April 25th from 11 a.m. until sold out at Northwest Savings Bank Drive-Thru. The cost is $4.00 each. You can pre-order by Thursday, April 17th. Free local delivery with 10 sandwich minimum purchase. To pre-order, call Angie, 834-2897; Pam at 781-1194; or Ashley at 781-3804. Proceeds benefit "Banking For A Cure", Relay For Life team and "Living Laughing Loving Lauren, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Team


Emporium garden Club Kicks Off Spring



Emporium Garden Club will kick off the 2014 season with a dinner Monday April 28.  The theme has members buzzing!   The World of Bees will be presented by Dave Smith.  Smith will discuss the benefits of bees on the environment, the economy and health.


The dinner will be catered by Pizza Palace Plus.  The price for the dinner/program is $15.00 for garden club members and $20.00 for guests.  Reservations are required by April 16.  Call Pat English at 814-594-0842


Elk County Women's Social


The Elk County women's social is planned for Wednesday, April 23rd at the Highlands in ST. Marys. A cocktail hour will begin at 6 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. Cost is $20 per person. Tickets available at the St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce, call 781-3804.


Craft Beer Tasting Event May 3rd



Come to a unique craft beer  tasting event! This is a one of a  kind event for the area that will bring together local home  brewers, and a wide selection of craft beers for a great evening of food, entertainment and beer.  Sixty to seventy beers will be offered by 8-10 distributors and 6 – 8 home brewers will be participating at the St. Marys Area United Way beer fest. Each home brewer will be bringing two different  beers; some of the recipes being prepared include a Blueberry Wheat, a Mango IPA, Winter and Summer Ales. “Some of the best beer I have ever tasted, anywhere, has been homebrewed right here in St. Marys,” stated Ken Bish.  A unique twist to this event will be that two different home brewers beers will be  selected  as favorites and Straub Brewery will make a small batch of each to be offered at Casali’s and Gunner’s  at a later event. Some of the distributors that will be attending the event are Crescent Beer, Glenwood Beer, St. Marys Beverage, Ottos from State College and Straub Brewery. Besides the home brewers beer some of the other beers that willbe served will be Dogfish Head, Bells, Saranac, Blue Point, Bar Harbor, Anderson Valley and Oskar Blues. This event is being planned to benefit the St. Marys Area United Way annual campaign, with the assistance of Ken Bish, of St. Marys Beverage, Andy Schlimm, home brewer, Don Bobenreith, Straub Brewery, Mike Heiberger of The Highlands, Margie Schlimm, Rachel Scheiber and Kris Kronenwetter, of the United Way.
The Craft Beer Tasting will
be held on May 3 from 6-9 at The
Highlands (former St. Marys Country Club). Tickets will be $30 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the St. Marys Chamber of Commerce office, the United Way Office, Anderson & Kime Realty and Pam Schlimm’s Beauty Salon, with only 300 tickets being sold. For further information contact the United Way office at 781-6000.


Relay For Life Set For June




The Relay For Life Event is one of the biggest events of summer, and for a very worthwhile cause. Susan Babik, from the American Cancer Society talks about this years event.




Hike Cameron County Returns


Cameron County will celebrate National Trail Days June 7th by offering a free hike on Brooks Run.  The 6 mile hike will begin at Ridge Road and continue to the cabin at Sinnemahoning State Park. 


The hike is part of a series of events planned to bring people outdoors!   The day begins with a color run sponsored by the Keystone Rural Health Center, continues at Sinnemahoning State Park with demonstrations by Cameron County Chamber of Commerce member Country Squirrel Outfitters and concludes with a hike led by Nelson Haas.


In 2010 the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce began a hiking series that continues each year on the first Saturday of June.  Anyone wishing to hike should contact the chamber office for more information.


LIFT Expo Planned For July


Rep. Matt Gabler along with representatives for LIFT, Life and Independence for Today, will sponsor a Disability and Aging Resource Expo on July 24th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Johnsonburg Firehall on Clarion Road in Johnsonburg. A wide variety of service providers from across the state will be on hand for the event. Various types of health screenings will also be performed during eh expo. Admission is free and lunch will be served. For more information call 781-6301.


New Website For St. Marys Recreation Department



The St. Marys Recreation Department has a new website. You'll be able to get up to date information about all the local parks, along with details on park activities. CLICK HERE


Oak Ridge Boys/Lee Greenwood At Clearfield County Fair


The 2014 Clearfield County Fair will be held July 27th through August 3rd at the fairgrounds. This years entertainment is led by a performance by The Oak Ridge Boys and Lee Greenwood, on Tuesday, July 29th at 8 p.m. For a complete schedule, CLICK HERE


Town Hall Tuesday



Town Hall Tuesday - Local guests from all around the region, each Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. on The River 98.9 CLICK HERE


Discover The Great Outdoors



Jeff Buchheit talks with a special guest every Tuesday CLICK HERE


Ray Beimel Remembers





"Ask The Expert" With Elk County Real Estate




Leah Whiteman, from Elk County Real Estate, talks about the many advantages of listing your home with Elk County Real Estate. (Click Here)




Johnsonburg Has New Website


Attorney Rick Brown



Why Is It Important To Have Power Of Attorney? Attorney Rick Brown Explains




Shiloh Presbyterian Church Service To Be Broadcast Live On The River 98.9



Sunday morning worship services, from Shiloh Presbyterian Church. The services will be broadcast on both The River 98.9, and, you can also listen here on our website. LISTEN HERE





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