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Two Teens From Weedville Reported Missing


State Police report two missing teenagers from Weedville. Mackenzie E. Guido, a white female, age 14, 5' 1" tall, long straight brown hair, metal braces on her teeth. And, Broc J. McClintick, white male, 5" 7" tall, 17, were last seen on October 20th about 11:45 p.m. They are both believed to be wearing blue jeans and Under Armor hoodies. Both hoodies are green in color but different shades. It is believed they are still in the area. Anyone with information on their whereabouts are asked to contact State Police


Hit And Run Accident At Best Western


City Police reported investigating a hit and run accident that occurred at best Western Hotel in St. Marys between Tuesday and Wednesday, October 21st and 22nd. Police report that a white 2012 Chevrolet Malibu, operated by Sarah Halicki of Dover, Pa., was struck by an unknown vehicle while it was parked in the parking lot of the hotel. Damage was minor.


Ann Ordiway, Rotary Student Of The Month



This week the St. Marys Rotary Club honored Ann Ordiway as the first student of the month from ECCHS for this school year. Ann is pictured with her parents, Bob and Rita Ordiway, along with club President Vern Kreckel III. Congratulations Ann!


Haunted Halloween Trail At Sinnemahoning State Park



Everyone is welcome to the Haunted Trail at Sinnemahoning State Park on Saturday, October 25th from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.


Dog Found On Grant Road In Ridgway


The Elk County Humane Society reported recovering a a dog on Grant Road In Ridgway. The dog is an adult male, tri-colored, beagle/basset mix. Anyone having information on the dog should contact the Elk County Humane Society.


Non-Profit Academy Planned For October 23rd



The Elk County Community Foundation and the Leadership Elk County Alumni have joined together to plan a local Non-Profit Academy, Working to Empower Non-Profits and Keep Communities Strong.

This half day conference will be held on Oct 23rd at The Highlands, formerly the St. Marys Country Club from 8 to 1:30. Non-profit leaders, executives, front line staff, board members and volunteers from Elk County and the surrounding region are encouraged to attend. The event is a conference where attendees will network, share and learn. This event will feature keynote speaker Rich Scott a Certified Dale Carnegie Trainer, along with other presenters including: Tish Mogan from the PA Association of Non-profit Organizations; Rev. Paul Taylor, Chief Advancement Officer at St. Vincent College; Matt Checchio, President of Mangus Marketing; and Ann Weidenboerner Mallison, SMEAL MBA Associate Director of Admissions from PSU. Topic for the day will include the 990 Form, Making the Ask, Social Media and Marketing.  Early bird registration has been extended to Oct 10th. For more information and to register, contact the Foundation at 814-834-2125.



Power Outages Reported In Ridgway Wednesday Morning


Elk County 9-1-1 posted that sections of Ridgway were experience power outages on Wednesday Morning at approximately 8 a.m. Anyone without power should call the power company to report it.


Traffic Accident On Lynch Road


City Police reported a traffic accident at 9 a.m. on Tuesday on Lynch Road. A 2003 Chevrolet operated by Margaret Leuschel of St. Marys was traveling east on Lynch Road when the braking system on the vehicle failed. Leuschel drove off the right side of the road in order to avoid entering the North St. Marys Street and Lynch Road Intersection without brakes. The vehicle struck a line of mailboxes and then a utility pole before coming to rest. Leuschel sustained a minor injury. The vehicle was towed from the scene.


10th Captive Deer Tested Positive For Chronic Wasting Disease In Pennsylvania


According to the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, a tenth captive deer has tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease in Pennsylvania since the disease was discovered on a captive deer farm two years ago. The seven year old white-tailed deer died at a farm in Reynoldsville, Jefferson County, and tested positive for the disease at the Pennsylvania Veterinary Laboratory in Harrisburg.


Four Jefferson County deer farms where the deer had lived are under quarantine. Currently 31 captive deer farms across the state are quarantined, where deer cannot be moved on or off the properties. The investigation continues and additional herds may be quarantined.


There is no evidence that humans or livestock can get the disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Chronic Wasting Disease attacks the brain of infected deer, elk and moose, producing small lesions that eventually result in death. Animals can get the disease through direct contact with saliva, feces and urine from an infected animal.


Surveillance for the disease has been ongoing in Pennsylvania since 1998. The Department of Agriculture coordinates a mandatory surveillance program for more than 23,000 captive deer on 1,100 breeding farms, hobby farms and shooting preserves.


The Pennsylvania Game Commission collects samples from hunter-harvested deer and elk and those that appear sick or behave abnormally. Since 1998, the commission has tested more than 48,000 free-ranging deer and elk for the disease. Six wild deer have tested positive for the disease since 2013.


State Funds For Elk County Park Trail


The Commonwealth Financing Authority has approved a total of $2.086 million for six energy, trail and water an sewer projects, including trail work in Elk County, according to Senate President Pro Tempre Joe Scarnati. In Elk County, $150,000 grand will go to west Creek Recreational Trail Association Inc., to fund phase two of the trail construction along the abandoned rail corridor located in St. Marys. The seven mile corridor starts at St. Mary sand ends in Rathbun. The recreational trail will be open to pedestrians, bicyclists cross country skiers and snowmobilers. The total project cost is $534,072.


Apprise Day At St. Marys Senior Center October 29th


The St. Marys Senior Center will hold an Apprise Day, open to the public on Wednesday, October 29th from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Kelly Rusciolelli from the Office Of Human Services will be on hand to assist you with Medicare Related questions. Open enrollment continues to December 7th. For more information call Lesa at 781-3555.


Football Challenge At St. Marys Boys And Girls Club


The St. Marys Boys and Girls Club will hold a punt, pass and kick football challenge on Sunday, October 26th. The event will start at 10 a.m. There will be seven age groups, starting at 6-7 and up to 16-18. Everyone is welcome. Registration will be the day of the event.


Haunted House At Boys And Girls Club


The St. Marys Boys and Girls Club Haunted House will be held on Tuesday, October 28th form 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Any member who is in 6th grade or over can participate int he event, space will be limited.






City Council Meeting Held Monday



Council receives an update on the Route 255 project from Dean Ball from PennDOT.


Ray Nero's firing from his grass cutting duties for the St. Marys Recreation Department at Benzinger Park discussed in length.


Representatives from oil and gas industries on hand to discuss the proposed City Code, City Zoning, in respect to the regulation of oil and gas production activities




Two Roadways To Be Designated In Honor Of Veterans


The following is a release from Sate Representative Matt Gabler...The state House just unanimously passed my legislation which would recognize the contributions of Clearfield and Elk County veterans to our communities and our country. House Bill 1135 now moves to Gov. Tom Corbett’s desk for his signature into law.

Officials from Huston Township and Johnsonburg Borough approached me about designating roadways in honor of our veterans, and it was a pleasure working with all of them to get this accomplished. Both communities are very proud of their veterans, and this is just another way to show that pride. It has been a pleasure working with the Huston Township supervisors, Johnsonburg Borough Council and Johnsonburg Mayor Theresa Cherry to enact this fitting tribute to our local veterans.


House Bill 1135 would designate the Route 153 bridge over the Bennett Branch in Penfield as the Huston Township Veterans Memorial Bridge. Additionally, it would re-name the Route 219 bypass in Johnsonburg as the Veterans of Johnsonburg Bypass.


We have specific holidays to honor our veterans but remembering all they have done for us should happen more frequently than that. Traveling these stretches of highway will be constant reminders of the contributions made by the men and women who serve and have served our country.


Three Face Charges After Camp Burglary In Shippen Township


State Police report that three known suspects will be charged with burglary after removing several bottles of liquor and brewed malt beverages from a camp in Shippen Township. The victims are Bryan Smith of Alameda, California, 57 years of age, and Gladys Schultz, 92, of Shippen Township.


Alexandria Man Involved In Accident In Sinnemahoning


State Police report that William Livingston, 64, of Alexandria, Pa., was traveling south on Wykoff Run Road and lost control, causing his vehicle go off the road and struck an embankment along the left side of the roadway. The vehicle then traveled approximately 15 feet south where it rolled over onto its rof and came to rest in the north lane of travel. The vehicle was disabled. Livingston was not injured.


Hit And Run On Lemans Road


City Police investigated a hit and run accident that occurred on Sunday, October 19th at approximately  8:10 p.m. on Lemans Road. Police report a vehicle struck two mailboxes on a steel post. The vehicle sustained damage and is described as a 2002-2007 Saturn Vue. Anyone with information on this incident should contact City Police.






Program On Beekeeping Featuring Mike Riddle On "Discover The Great Outdoors"



Beekeeping is the maintenance of hone bee colonies, commonly in hives. A beekeeper keeps bees to collect their hone and other products that the hive produces. Mike Riddle, of St. Marys, is a longtime beekeeper. He joins Jeff Buchhet this week on "Discover The Great Outdoors" to discuss his craft. CLICK HERE


Healthy Steps For Older Adults Workshop


The Emporium Senior Center would like to invite you to a Healthy Steps for Older Adults workshop.  It will be held on Thursday November 6th,  starting at 9:00AM, breaking for lunch which can be purchased at the Senior Center, then followed by a brief physical screening after lunch.  There is no cost for the workshop, you actually will receive $20 to participate and upon completion of the 4 week follow up form.  It is a one day workshop to help prevent falls and help you stay independent.  It will be held at 213 ˝ S Maple street in Emporium.  A registration form needs filled out before the workshop and any meal reservation needs called in a full day ahead of time.  Please call 486-3707 with questions, to make reservations or to sign up. 


Rotary Halloween Parade Planned



The annual St. Marys Rotary Club Halloween Parade will be held on Sunday, October 26th at 1 p.m. at the South St. Marys Street Elementary School. All are welcome to attend, there will be treat bag for the kids.


Teen Injured N Accident On Rich Valley Road


State Police report that a 17 year old female from Emporium was traveling south on Rich Valley Road when she fell asleep at the wheel. The vehicle traveled onto the west berm and impacted a utility pole with the right rear. The vehicle continued traveling along the west berm and struck a utility pole with its front end. Then the vehicle continued to travel Southwest into a grassy area where it struck an iron fence with its left side. The vehicle then rolled several times and came to rest in a grassy area, well off the road, facing northwest. The teen was wearing a seat belt. She was taken by Emporium ambulance to Penn Highlands Elk in St. Marys for treatment of injuries. Assisting at the scene, the Emporium Ambulance service, Emporium Fire Department, Mark Ramsey Town and Tpr. Brian Harmon.




Recycling Fund Raising Event In October



The Elk County Recycling Center, Orro Fundraising and CAPSEA are teaming up throughout the month of October to kickstart a fundraiser to support CAPSEA's ongoing flood relief. CAPSEA was one of many local businesses that sustained substantial damage during the flood that soaked the area on May 21. Items can be dropped off at the Elk County Recycling Center, at the Stackpole Complex, 45 Heritage Drive, in St. Marys.


Route 255 Work Schedule For Week Of October 20th


Activity the week of Oct. 20 will include:


·     The contractor will begin work on Monday morning at 7 a.m. and continue through Friday afternoon. All work will be performed during daytime hours.


·     The contractor will be installing pedestrian push buttons at signalized intersections between Vine Street and State Street.


·     The outside travel lanes on Route 255 northbound and southbound between the intersection at Tractor Supply and State Street will be closed during daytime working hours to perform work adjacent to the highway. These lanes will re-open each day at the end of the shift.


·     The contractor will be cleaning and sealing newly installed concrete sidewalks and driveways.


·     The contractor will be placing topsoil and seeding various locations throughout the project.





Fall Leaf Collection Begins October 20th



The City of St. Marys announced that the fall leaf collection program will begin Monday, October 20th. All leaves are to be raked to the curb or berm. Leaves must not be raked into the curb gutters or ditches. Garden debris, limbs, branches, garbage or other material left in piles will not be accepted. Leaves should be ready for pickup on the Monday of the week your street or road is scheduled.


for bagged leaves, the City Crew will periodically check all streets in the collection area for bagged leaves. All residents are requested to take bagged leaves to the Woodbed compost facility located off Wilson Road. This site is open during daylight hours. No bagged leaves will be collected outside the leaf collection area. CLICK HERE FOR SCHEDULE





Woman Receives Only Minor Injury After Vehicle Strikes A Parked Car Then A House


State Police reported that Kelsey Bowley, 22, of Wilcox was traveling south on Route 219 in the village of Wilcox, when she lost control while negotiating a left curve. Her vehicle exited the road on the west side and struck a utility pole with the front of the vehicle. After impact, the car continued southwest and struck a2012 Ford F-150 which was parked and unattended on the west side of Route 219. After impact the Ff-150 was shoved into a 2014 Toyota Corolla which was also parked and unattended on the west side of Route 219. Bowley continued to travel southwest and impacted a house with the front of her vehicle. After impact, the car came to rest partially inside the residence. Bowley was charged with careless driving. Route 219 was closed for approximately 5 1/2 hours. Assisting at the scene was the Wilcox Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department, PennDOT, Wilcox Ambulance service, West Penn Power, Windstream Communication and National Fuel.



Fire Destroys Home That Was Under Demolition In Weedville


Pennsylvania State Fire Marshal reports that the Fox Township Fire Department investigated a fire that destroyed a home which was under demolition at 87 Byrnedale Road in Fox Township. According to the report, Alvin Beck, 70 of Weedville is accused of igniting a small fire on the property and left the fire unattended. The fire spread to the structure which was under demolition. A passing motorist called 911. Damage is estimated at $5,000.00. Beck, who is the owner of the property, was cited for Dangerous Burning in District Court.


Hit And Run Accident At Zito Media


St. Marys City Police reported that sometime during the evening of Wednesday, October 15th, someone struck the Zito Media night deposit box on East Mill Street, causing damage to the box. Anyone who might have information regarding this incident should contact City Police.



Johnsonburg Man Sentenced To Four Years For Endangering Children


Willis R. Jordan, 35, of 331 First Avenue, Johnsonburg, was sentenced to 15 months to 48 months in prison on a child endangerment charged. Jordan was charged after his children were found scantily clad and walking in traffic unsupervised in April of 2013.


Samantha Candalor, Rotary Student Of The Month From SMAHS



St. Marys Rotary Club recognized Samantha Candalor as the Student Of The Month from St. Marys Area High School. Samantha is pictured with her parents Mark and Mary Kay Candalor, along with Club President, Vern Kreckel III and Rotarian Sue Lepovetskky. Congratulations Samantha!


Traffic Accident On Bendigo Road


Ridgway State police investigated an accident on the Bendigo Road. Benjamin Raybuck, 22, of Butler, was traveling south on Bendigo Road when Aric Shelander, 18, of St. Marys pulled onto the road. The Shelander car struck the front end of the passenger door on the Raybuck vehicle. The Raybuck vehicle was pushed off the roadway into a ditch on the left side of the road. There were no injuries reported. Charges are pending against Shelander for failure to yield at stop signs or yield signs.


No Injuries In One Vehicle Accident On Route 120 in Driftwood


Emporium State Police report that Joshua Boone, 26, of Port Royal, was traveling in the westbound direction on Route 120, near the intersection with Pine Street in Driftwood Borough, when while negotiating a curve, an Elk was on the road. The roadways were wet from recent rain and as Boone traveled around the curve, he applied his brakes and swerved to the left, into the eastbound lane. Boone attempted to return to the westbound lane, and the rear end of the vehicle began to spin clockwise. The driver then traveled into a ditch, located along the westbound lane. Upon entering the ditch, the vehicle struck a culvert and came to rest. Boone was wearing a seat belt and was not injured. The operator was not cited because of the circumstances.


House Passes Bill To Improve Access To Anticancer Drug


Last week the House passed House Bill 2471, which would improve access to oral anticancer medication by making treatments more affordable. Intravenous anticancer medications are currently covered under a health plan’s medical benefit, often only requiring patients to pay a minimal fixed co-payment; however, orally administered anticancer medications are covered under a health plan’s pharmacy benefit and require patients to pay a percentage of the total cost of the drug, generally between 25 percent and 30 percent. This significantly increases the out-of-pocket costs to obtain treatment for patients.


House Bill 2471 would prohibit insurance companies from placing oral anticancer medications on a specialty tier or charging a co-insurance payment for the medication. This simple change will help patients afford a more convenient form of cancer treatment. House Bill 2471 now goes to the state Senate for consideration.


Johnsonburg Man Arrested After Using Stolen Checks To Make Purchase


City Police reported charging a Johnsonburg man with forger, theft by deception and receiving stolen property after incidents that occurred in August 2014.


Police report that Timothy Stauffer, Jr. presented five checks to Deprator's Beverages. The checks had been stolen from a Johnsonburg Resident who did not authorize Stauffer's use of the checks.


Charges have been filed with Judge Mark Jacob.


Elk County Humane Society Mystery Dinner Theatre



The Elk County Humane Society presents "Portrait Of Murder", a costume themed Mystery Dinner Theatre, presented by "Its a Mystery by Lisa Lepovetsky". The event is Saturday, November 1st at the St. Marys Moose Club. For tickets, call 834-3551. The dinner and theatre begins at 7 p.m.





Sale At St. Joseph's Monastery Continues This Friday And Saturday




Many items at the St. Joseph's Monastery will be sold on Friday and Saturday, October 24th and 25th. The sale hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each of these days.


As the Monastery prepares to close, Jeff Buchheit had a chance to talk to Sr. Rita, about the sale, and about the closing. CLICK HERE




Mass For Cpl. Donavan E. Clancy



Cameron County Community Chest Drive Underway


The 2015 Cameron County Community Chest Fund Drive is underway.  The Fund Drive Committee has sent letters to the active businesses, clubs and individuals of the community. To be part of this worthy community event send your tax-deductible contribution today to: Cameron County Community Chest, P O Box 134, Emporium, PA  15834, attn: Judd Schager, Treasurer.  Once your contribution is received you will be added to the list of the Community Contributors.  Don’t wait and be last on the long list, contribute now.


The Cameron County Community Chest is your Community organization.  Like the United Way, your contributions to several organizations can be made with just one contribution to the Community Chest Fund Drive.  Contributions to the drive benefit: the Recreation Board, Community Nurses, Red Cross, the Summer Reading Program, the Package Team and the Garden Club.  These organizations serve Cameron County and help make Cameron County a better place to live.


Each year the Cameron County Community Chest Board of Directors, a group of volunteers, meets to review requests and to establish the Community’s Goal.  This year the goal is $21,500. 


 The Campaign runs all year round with an emphasis on the campaign between October 1 and December 31.  Please consider a contribution to theses Community worthy organizations.


The Cameron County Community Chest Board of Directors would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the individuals, clubs and businesses that donated time, money and services to the 2014 Fund Drive.  This was the fifth year that we have reached (exceeded) our goal since 2004.



Community Health Screenings Planned For Elk County Catholic




Penn Highlands Elk, in conjunction with the Elk County Catholic High School Music Boosters, will sponsor Community Health Screenings at Elk County Catholic High School on Saturday, November 8th from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. A heart health breakfast will be served by the Music Boosters. For an appointment call 1-1800-370-9640. For more information, CLICK HERE





Emporium Preparing For 150th Birthday



This fall Emporium turns 150 years old.  Cameron County Historical Society and the borough will present a walk back through history Thursday October 23 at the Cameron County Vets Club.  The free event will include light refreshments and proclamations by state and federal officials.


Various displays will be set up using items that can be seen at the Little Museum in Sterling Run.  They include items from schools in Emporium, businesses, a slide show highlighting pictures and a movie from the 100 year celebration.


The event is free, but a reservation is required to secure ample refreshments. Call 814-486-4314 to reserve your spot.   For those that cannot attend Thursday night, the doors will be open Friday afternoon for a second chance opportunity to peruse the tables and displays.


Several artists at the Cameron County Artisan Center have created commemorative items. They include coffee mugs that depict the wooden nickel design from the 1960 celebration, a Christmas ornament featuring the caboose and refrigerator magnets with a photograph from the lookout.  The mugs and ornaments are limited in supply.  They can be seen and purchased at the chamber office.





The New Home Of The Historical Society




Local Historian, Ray Beimel, provides a tour of the new home for the Historical Society of St. Marys and Benzinger Township





SGL Warriors Comedy Night Scheduled For November



the 12th Semi-Annual Comedy Event, sponsored by the SGL Warriors Relay For Life Team, will be held on Saturday, November 1st at the Edgewood Hall, behind Subway. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $22 ($27 at the door) Diner is included. Tickets available at Northwest Savings Bank in St. Marys and Ridgway. Reservation s accepted until October 25th. For reservations call 594-1962.







































Ridgway Heritage Council




Dale Fox, President of the Ridgway Heritage Council, along with co-founder Tim Leathers and Board Member Bob Imhoff, talk about the long term success the Heritage Council has had in Ridgway


Program Presented By Community Nurses



For more information on the program, CLICK HERE


Elk County Humane Society Presents "Portrait Of Murder"


The Elk County Humane Society will present "Portrait of Murder" on Saturday, November 1st at the St. Marys Moose Club Family Center on Erie Avenue. The costume themed Mystery Dinner Theatre is presented by Lisa Lepovetsky". The buffet features a turkey dinner with all the trimmings plus pasta and meatballs, coffee/tea and desert. Registration and cash bar at 5:30 p.m., the Dinner and theatre begins at 7:00 p.m. Call Sally at 834-3551 for reservations.





Holiday Bazaar Planned For November 8th



St. Marys area High School Band Parents will hold their annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, November 8th at St. Marys Area High School


Over 200 spaces filled with a wide selection of arts, crafts, gifts and great food. The event is held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the St. Marys Area High School Band program


Free Seminar For Caregivers


Revive and refresh yourself from care giving for a day. There will be a free seminar on Saturday, October 25th at the Treasure Lake Lakeview Lodge form 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Learn how to combat compassion fatigue and new ways to care for those with unique needs. Lunch will be provided. Learn about Aroma Therapy, Guided Imagery; Life Coaching; Lotions To Soothe; Meta Yoga; Motives Make Up; Reflexology and a Wellness Consultant will be on hand. No cost. RSVP to Debora Kruise, Asera Care at 1-866-874-9273 by October 18th. The program is sponsored by Helpmates, Inc. Charitable Foundation and Asera Care.


Be.Fabulous Bag Bash


Calling all fashionistas, glamour girls, and lovers of all things bling-tastic! Are you ready for a girls’ night out!? Then we’ve got an event for you!


The Elk County Catholic School System PTO invites you to join them in celebrating their inaugural “be.fabulous Bag Bash!” The Bag Bash will be held on Saturday, November 15 from 6:30 – 10 p.m. at The Highlands in St. Marys. Tickets are $40 each.


To reserve your ticket or for more information, please contact Tricia Bauer (dudeb3@windstream.net), Frankie Stubber (stubberf@eccss.org), Lindsey Straub (straubl@eccss.org), or call 814-594-4004. All tickets must be paid for in advance. You must be 18 years old and out of high school to purchase a ticket. All proceeds benefit the Elk County Catholic School System PTO.





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Sinnemahone 50K Sets Training Runs


Sinnemahone 50k is set for Saturday October 18.  In advance two training runs will be held.  Both organized runs will be held on Sundays.  On Sunday September 7, participants will run a portion of the  25k course.  Runners are asked to meet at the Buttonwood Motel & Restaurant at 1pm.  The training run will begin and end at the Buttonwood Motel & Restaurant.


Those portions of the course will be marked and open for individual training runs.  Registration is open until October 3 and can be done online at  https://ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=27680.  More information is available at the website www.sinnemahone.org.




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



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


Ray Remembers St. Marys Founders...LISTEN HERE



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



 City Council Hears From City Police Chief On Need For More Officers... (Watch Council Video)




The Benezette Bugle 5K & Elk Calf Half Mile Run


The annual Benezette Bugle 5K and Elk Calf Half Mile Run will be held on October 25th. Registration is from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. The race begins at the Benezette School House. Proceeds benefit the Benezette United Methodist Church. Click Here






Elk Count Youth Field Day September 20th


The 21st annual Elk County Youth Field Day will be held on Saturday, September 20th at the St. Marys Sportsmen's Club. The event will be held form 8:20 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Activities include shotgun and 22 shooting, fishing, archery, trapping, turkey identification and more. All Elk county youth ages 10-14 are invited. There will be lunch, t-shirts, and hats provided free. Outdoor demonstrations all day. To register, call 781-3804




Mark Hoffman, Kerri Coudriet & Michelle Sedor From Penn Highlands Elk Talk About




Kerri Coudriet, Certified Lymphatic Therapist At Penn Highlands Elk (Middle) talks about Lymphedema, a condition in which lymph fluid builds up in tissues and causes swelling. Listen To The Interview On Senior Living, Sunday At 11:30 a.m.


Mary Ellen Smith & Michelle Sedor From Penn Highlands Elk Talk About Upcoming Events



Penn Highlands Elk is sponsoring several events in the near future, including a Women's and Sportsmen's Health Fair on May 17th, 10 a.m. to noon at the front lawn of the hospital. Also, a Pebble Run 5k will be held on June 7th at Memorial Park. The Penn Highlands Elk Golf Tournament is coming May 21st. Mary Ellen Smith, Chief of Nursing at Penn Highlands Elk, along with Michelle Sedor, Public Relations Director,  talk about these events, along with the arrival of new doctors and a C.T. scanner at the Hospital. Listen Sunday, May 4th at 11:30 a.m., or CLICK BELOW to listen...SENOR LIVING


Penn Highlands Elk On "Senior Living"

This Sunday at 11:30 a.m., we'll talk to Mary Ann Schwabenbauer, from Penn Highlands Elk, about the new My eHealth Portal service, on SENOR LIVING



Rose Campbell, President/CEO Of Penn Highlands Elk Featured On Town Hall Tuesday




This week on "Town Hall Tuesday", presented by Straub Beer, we're featuring Rose Campbell, President and CEO at Penn Highlands Elk, along with Patty Szczotka, Radiologic Technologist at Penn Highlands Elk. Patty will discuss Osteoporosis and the importance of DEXA Scans. Rose will discuss the recent merger with Penn Highlands Healthcare and the future of our local hospital. (LISTEN)


Yvonne Challingsworth Featured On Senior Living



Yvonne is the Cardiac Rehabilitation Therapist at Penn Highlands Elk and will discuss the various services available at the Cardiac Rehabilitation Unit. CLICK HERE


Two New Brews From Straub Beer Introduced On "Town Hall Tuesday"



Straub Brewery has introduced the new "Sunshine Sampler", featuring two new seasonal brews! Join us for Town Hall Tuesday at 6 p.m. as we chat with Vince Assetta and A.J. Alexander, from Straub Brewery. Listen Here.


Discover The Great Outdoors



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