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Friday, January 31st Results

 

BOYS

 

AML

20 Johnsonburg 60, Curwensville 43

4 Ridgway 56, Sheffield 37

 

District 9 League

6 DuBois 54, 18 St. Marys 36

5 Elk County Catholic 58, 13 Punxsutawney 39

 

North Tier League

9 Cameron County 57, Smethport 35

Oswayo Valley 46, Galeton 44

Otto-Eldred 48, Northern Potter 40

3 Coudersport 47, 15 Port Allegany 33

 

Mountain League

Tyrone 47, 1 Clearfield 43

 

Non-League

7 DuBois Central Catholic 52, Kane 39

11 Venango Catholic 62, 8 Redbank Valley 55

14 North Clarion 71, A-C Valley 40

Keystone 70, Forest Area 55

2 Clarion-Limestone 74, Moniteau 33

 

GIRLS

 

AML

Ridgway 51, Sheffield 22

Johnsonburg 51, 18 Curwensville 38

 

District 9 League

St. Marys 45, DuBois 42, OT

2 Elk County Catholic 56, 7 Punxsutawney 33

 

Non-League

17 North Clarion 67, 12 A-C Valley 55

3 Venango Catholic 60, 6 Redbank Valley 56, 2 OT

Kane 45, 14 DuBois Central Catholic 40

5 Moniteau 66, Clarion-Limestone 5

1 Keystone 84, Forest Area 29

 

Boys And Girls Club Cupcake Fundraiser

 

 

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Storm Center Update...WINTER STORM WARNING

 

 

WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 9 AM SUNDAY TO 1 PM EST MONDAY...

The national weather service in state college has issued a winter storm warning for snow...which is in effect from 9 am Sunday to 1 pm est Monday. The winter storm watch is no longer in effect.

* LOCATIONS...THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS OF PENNSYLVANIA.

* HAZARD TYPES...HEAVY SNOW AND SOME FREEZING RAIN.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...8 TO 12 INCHES.

* ICE ACCUMULATIONS...A COATING POSSIBLE.

* TIMING...SNOW WILL BEGIN SUNDAY MORNING AND CONTINUE THROUGH
MONDAY AFTERNOON. A PERIOD OF FREEZING RAIN OR SLEET IS
POSSIBLE MONDAY MORNING.

* PERIOD OF HEAVIEST SNOW...SUNDAY EVENING AND ALL OF SUNDAY
NIGHT.

* IMPACTS...HAZARDOUS TRAVEL DUE TO SNOW COVERED ROADS.

* WINDS...LIGHT EASTERLY...THEN TURNING TO THE NORTH AND
INCREASING TO AROUND 10 MPH WITH HIGHER GUSTS ON MONDAY.

 

City Council To Meet Monday

 

St. Marys City Council will meet on Monday, February 2nd at 7 p.m. On the agenda, council will make appointments to the Board of Health and form an economic development committee.

 

 

 

Join Straub Brewery At Groundhog Festival

 

 

State Police Warn Of Scams

 

Pennsylvania State Police would like to remind citizens that con artists continue to conduct their illegal scam activities in our area. Scams can be easily committed on the unsuspecting person, and if not careful, anyone can become a victim.

 

There are many variations, but most scams involve a ruse where you receive a phone call or a check in the mail forma lottery, corporation or a foreign country. Other schemes originate from use of online selling or auction sites. In most cases, the victim is instructed to cash a check, keep a small portion of the money, and send the remaining amount to an address provided. In some of these crimes, sending the money will  ensure receipt of an even larger cash prize. The crime within this scam is the fact that the money or prize is non-existent and/or the initial check is fraudulent. If the victim sends the amount required by personal check to the address given, the con artist not only cashes the check and steals the money, but they also now have the victims' bank account number.

 

Locally, law enforcement has recently received complaints from residents regarding the receipt of prize checks from Publisher's Clearing House. To expedite the processing for a bigger monetary prize, victims are instructed by an enclosed letter to cash the check and wire almost $3000.00 to the address provided via western Union Money Transfer. As mentioned previously, the check initially received is fraudulent, there is no other prize and the money wired by the victim is stolen by the scam artist.

 

If you receive a prize announcement package and wish to determine if it is legitimate, contact the prize company by some other means than those supplied in the enclosed letter. Otherwise dispose for the materials in your trash. If however, you believe that you are a victim of a scam, save all the information you have regarding the issue and promptly contact the police department that services your area.

 

Emporium Volunteer Fire Department Urges Residents To Dig Out Hydrants

 

 

Its that time of year again. Is the fire hydrant in your yard or neighbors yard dug out? If not that can make it hard for us to find, dig out, hook to and get water flowing when its an emergency. If its your house do you want us to take that time? I hope not, so please make sure those hydrants are cleared all the way around them about 5 feet. If you see a larger connection coming of it, that direction should be a little more. We at Emporium Volunteer Fire Department thank you for your support and helping us keep you safe.

 

Order Now For Valentines Day

 

Just in time for Valentines Day! Order Chocolate Covered Strawberries hand made by Goblin Chocolates in St Marys! The chamber is collecting orders and will pick them up February 11 in time for Valentines Day! No need to drive out of town. The price is $13.00 for 6 or $22.00 for 12. Order dark or milk chocolate! Call the Cameron County Chamber today 486-4314.

 

Cameron County Kindergarten Registration

 

Kindergarten registration wil be held on Monday, February 23rd, 2015 at the Woodland Elementary School. Registration will be from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and form 1:45 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

 

Children must be five (5) years of age on or before July 1, 2014 to be eligible to enter kindergarten.  To complete the registration process, parent(s) are to bring the original of their child’s birth certificate, their child’s immunization records, and parent driver’s license or proof of residency correct address of residency. Social Security card is no longer needed.  The child is not to accompany the parent(s) to registration.

 

Benefit Dance For Those Who Lost Home In Tuesday's Fire

 

Benefit dance for those that lost their home in this mornings fire is planned for January 31 8pm at the Cameron County Vets Club $25.00 a person or $30.00 a couple.

 

Emporium Borough Council

 

The next meeting of the Emporium Borough Council will be held on Monday, February 2nd at 7 p.m.

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

Update On Polar Sweet Express On Town Hall Tuesday

 

 

This week on Town Hall Tuesday, we'll get an update on this Saturday's "Polar Sweet Express" with Billie Jo Weyant. Plus, State Rep. Martin Causer and WLEM Alum, Dave Labrozzi, will be our guest. CLICK HERE

 

St. Marys Little League Registration Dates

 

The following are a list of dates to register for St. Marys Little League for 2015

 

February 3rd - 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. at St. Marys Area Middle School.

February 5th - 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. at St. Marys Area Middle School.

February 7th - 9 a.m. - Noon at St. Marys Area Middle School

 

St. Marys Man Arrested On Assault Charges

 

According to St. Marys City Police, Timothy Singer, 41, of St. marys was arrested on assault related charges after an incident in the Maurus Street Area of St Marys on January 28th. Singer was taken into custody and arraigned before Judge Jacob. Singer was unable to post bail and was remanded to Elk County Prison.

 

St. Marys Men Charged With Poaching Bull Elk

 

According to a report in the Bradford Era, Dylan Pontious, 19, of Erich Road, was charged in St. Marys Court Wednesday with unlawful killing of big game and recklessly endangering another person. The charges stem from an October 2013 death of a bull elk maimed by gunfire on a residential section of Winslow Hill Road. A juvenile also is facing identical charges in the incident

 

Man Charged With Theft Of Firearm

 

St. Marys City Police investigated the theft of an antique rifle from the property of the Lynch-Green Funeral Home. The theft occurred on Tuesday, January 27th. As a result of the investigation, Richard Prow, was taken into custody. The rifle was recovered. Prow was arraigned before Judge Jacob and remanded to the Elk County Prison pending bail.

 

New Details Released In Gunpoint Robbery In St. Marys

 

Court documents released Monday reveal new details in the home invasion and armed robbery of an elderly St. Marys couple allegedly targeted for their prescription medication. 

Spencer Rudolph, 19, and Kyle Sarginger, 25, both of St. Marys, have been charged with the Jan. 7 robbery at 119 Sunrise Road in the city. An affidavit of probable cause filed in the case and obtained from Magisterial District Judge Mark Jacob’s office on Monday recount a terrifying scene inside the home that began at minutes to 7 o’clock that evening.

In the document, police said an unidentified female occupant had just locked the home’s basement door and was steps from locking the front door when it flew open to reveal two masked man, one pointing a gun her way. (Bradford Era)

Arson Fire Investigation Continues

 

A criminal investigation into a St. Marys commercial fire ruled arson by officials is ongoing, according to local law enforcement, who say potential leads are still being followed-up.

“The case is progressing and it’s still ongoing,” St. Marys City police chief Todd Caltagarone said, referring to the Jan. 2 fire at the former Suzy’s Furniture Store building at 590 South St. Marys St. (Route 255).  “Things ebb and flow in cases, but it’s still moving forward, it hasn’t stopped.”The chief said there are currently no individuals in custody or charges pending in the case. (Bradford Era)

Latest News From Straub Brewery With A.J. Alexander

 

 

 

Instant Winner Wednesday!

 

 

Congratulations to Sharon Miller of St. Marys, this weeks Instant Winner Wednesday Winner! Check out this weeks Instant Winner Wednesday Trivia answer from Secco Designs. The song "Mrs. Robinson" is from what classic movie?. ... CLICK HERE

 

Selling Your Home During Winter

 

 

 

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

 

 

Bingo At Emporium Senior Center

 

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

 

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.

 

 

Instant Winner Wednesday Winner

 

 

Congratulations to Tami Wendel, this weeks Instant Winner Wednesday Winner! Check out this weeks Instant Winner Wednesday trivia question  ... CLICK HERE

 

 

Kerry Vollmer Winner In Domino's Match Game

 

 

Play the Domino's Match Game and win. Entries accepted all day Friday. Win Free Pizza From Domino's of St. Marys! CLICK HERE

 

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

 

Hearing For Milliard Postponed

 

The hearing for Francis Mililard, 57, charged in several criminal cases and attempted murder, has been continued. Milliard was to be in court on Monday, February 2nd, on several charges and in May for arson and attempted murder charges. Both proceedings have been postponed with the filing of unopposed motions by the defense earlier this week. No new court dates have been set.

 

Stephanic Schedule To Appear In Court February 2nd

 

The man accused of the shooting death of June Talmadge in September 2013 is schedule of Court on Monday, February 2nd. Michael Stephanic JR., 45, of St. Marys is charged with criminal homicide and several other charges in connection with the shooting death of June Talmadge that occurred in the parking lot of a local plant.

 

Accident At The Intersection Of South St. Marys And East Mill Street

 

City Police investigated an accident on Wednesday, January 28th at the intersection of south st. Marys Street and East Mill Street. Police reported that a 2012 Freightliner operated by Robert Harris of Reynoldsville was traveling north on South St. Marys Street when witnesses reported that he failed to stop for a red light. Dean Bleggi fo St. Marys was traveling west on east Mill Street, entered the intersection and struck the side of the Harris' vehicle. Bleggi's vehicle sustained severe damage and was towed. Harris' vehicle sustained moderate damage. No injuries were reported.

 

Linda Facchine From Make-A-Wish Is Guest At Rotary

 

 

This week the St. Marys Rotary Club welcomed Linda Facchine from the Make A Wish Foundation. Linda spoke to the club about Make A Wish, and she was the guest of Club President Vern Kreckel III and is pictured above with Vern. Thanks Linda for joining us for the evening. For more information on the St. Marys Rotary Club please visit www.stmarysparotary.org or call 834-1874

 

Youth Archery League On "Discover The Great Outdoors"

 

 

Jeff Buchhet visits with members of the Youth Archery League of St. Marys. Jeff Schatz, one of the coordinators is our guest. (CLICK HERE)

 

Community Service Hours At ECCSS

 

 

Frankie Stubber, Director of Admissions at Elk County Catholic School System talks students giving back each year through Community Service Hours

 

President Sam MacDonald talks about the face that community service is part of the curriculum. (Click Here To Listen)

 

Community Education Center Re-Branding Continues With New Signs And "Free February" Events

 

 

“Free February" at Community Education Center! Free events include snapshots of upcoming courses and programs such as Dale Carnegie, free career advisement and transfer credit advisement from Penn State DuBois staff, a FAFSA Completion Workshop, and Discovering Pennsylvania’s Wild Side, a series offered by the PA Game Commission. More events will be added to the schedule. Call or stop by the CEC for dates, times and a full schedule of free events. 814.781.3437 or www.ed-council.org.

 

Since 1991, the Community Education Center, together with businesses, education and community partners, has offered professional, academic, and personal opportunities for lifelong learning in Elk and Cameron Counties and the surrounding areas. Degree programs, industry training, certification testing, college/career advisement, GED® preparation, Leadership Elk County and the DISCOVER Partnership are just a few of the programs and services offered by the CEC. (Download 2015 CEC Brochure)

 

Ray Beimel Remembers

 

This week, Ray tells the story about Protestant Churches in St. Marys. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

 

Local Trapper Our Guest On Discover Great Outdoors

 

 

Tom Schwabenbauer of St. Marys, a lifelong trapper, joins Jeff Buchheit On Discover The Great Outdoors, Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. (LISTEN HERE)

 

 

 

 

 

Advance Auto Parts

Million Dollar Highway

St. Marys, Pa. 15857

 

 

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 whiter 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.

 

 

Amy Stephanic Is This Weeks Instant Winner Wednesday Winner!

 

 

 

Check out this weeks Instant Winner Wednesday Trivia answer from Secco Designs  CLICK HERE

 

 

 

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

 

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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