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Mar 04, 2018

Timothy Singer Recipient Of Hank Aaron "Chasing The Dream Foundation" Scholarship

T.J. (Timothy) Singer was recognized at the St. Marys Boys And Girls Club recently. T.J. was the recipient of the Hank Aaron "Chasing The Dream" Scholarship.

Johnsonburg native, Cole Peterson, a member of the Detroit Tigers baseball organization, was on hand to present T.J. an autographed bat and baseball card.

Tony Azzato, a member of the board at the St. Marys Boys and Girls Club, and, Joe Jacob, the club's Director, hosted the ceremony.

Mar 04, 2018

St. Marys Rotary Club Seeking New Members

Looking for something to do? Have some free time? Want to get out and socialize? Want to give back to the community? Want to have fun? Why not check us out. We are looking for new members. We always have an enjoyable meeting each week. Interested???? Message us or leave a comment, or call 834-1874 to get more information. Our Club has served the community of St. Marys for 70 years!

Nov 18, 2017

High School Basketball

listen to the Cameron County Red Raiders on 1250 WLEM, or here on our Network 1 Sports Channel.

Listen to Crusader Basketball on The River 98.9, or here on our Network 1 Sports Channel

Sep 25, 2016

Spaghetti Dinner To Benefit Ridgway Area School District Performing Arts Booster Club

A Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser to benefit the Ridgway Area School District Performing Arts Booster club will be held on January 26th, 2020 at the Ridgway moose Club from 11 a.m. to sold out. Cost is $8.00. Dine in or Take Out

Dec 02, 2017

Events Happening In Cameron County

From monthly meetings to community events, the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce and Artisan Center has the complete list available on their website! CLICK HERE​​

Sep 25, 2016

Meyer Wagner Brown & Kraus

Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning, Real Estate Law & Closings, Auto Accident Attorneys, Business Law. Located at 115 Lafayette Street in St. Marys. Call 781-3445

Nov 10, 2016

Internet Speeds For Today & Tomorrow From Zito Media

NEW SPEEDS ARE HERE! Zito now offers high speed internet up to 200 Mbps. Includes unlimited data and Zito TV2GO when packaged with any video plan. Call today to get your areas top rated internet service.

 

Find more information on our website and is available between the hours of 9 AM EST and 9 PM EST. Just text us at 814-200-0728.

Mar 04, 2018

Home Equity Loan Special

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To apply for a loan, you can visit one of our seven locations to get a Home Equity Loan application.

Feb 16, 2017

Immediate Openings For Personal Care Aide/CNA At Helpmates, Inc.

Helpmates Inc is looking for caring and reliable Personal Care Aide/CNA in Elk & Cameron Counties.  

As a PCA/CNA you will be working with the elderly and disabled providing: bathing, grooming and dressing, housekeeping, shopping and transportation. PCA’s/CNA’s are assigned in a manner that promotes quality, continuity and safety of individual care.

For more information on the positions, along with benefit package, Click Here

Sep 13, 2016

Listen For Sunday Morning Worship Services From Shiloh Presbyterian Church

Join the congregation at Shiloh Presbyterian Church for Sunday Morning Worship, broadcast live on The River 98.9 at 10:30 a.m. Listen here on our website.

 

Mar 04, 2018

All New 2020 Ford Escape Available Now At Stoltz Ford

Stop by Stoltz Ford on the Million Dollar Highway soon and take a test drive in the all new 2020 Ford Escape. For more information, visit our website. CLICK HERE

Dec 02, 2017

Straub Insurance Agency

Straub Insurance Agency and Erie Insurance are committed to maintaining a high standard of excellence and establishing a strong relationship of mutual trust and service to each of our clients.

We offer personal attention, full-time professional service, competitive pricing, a broad range of insurance products to meet your needs and an experienced staff of conscientious professionals.

201 John St. • St. Marys PA 15857

Phone: (814) 834-2490 • Fax: (814) 834-7591

318 E. Fourth St. • Emporium PA 15834

Phone: (814) 486-7225 • Fax: (814) 486-9493

 

Email: info@straubinsuranceagency.com

Mar 04, 2018

Intro To Powder Metallurgy, Part 2, At CEC

This 40-hour training is part two of an introductory series that will address the critical nature of quality and the inspection process in powder metal manufacturing. Robotics and automation will be included. This course is not a prerequisite for Part I. Both sections can be taken independent of each other.

Course Fee is $625.00. Teh course will be held March 2, 2020 to April 15th, 2020, Monday and Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Course will be held at the Community Education Center.

Nov 18, 2017

2020 St. Marys Drag Race Schedule Announced

St. Marys Drag Races will return in the summer of 2020. There will be three Drag Racing events at the St. Marys Airport. The dates are June 21st, July 26th and September 20th.

Jan 16, 2017

Sylvan Heritage Council

The Sylvan Heritage Council was formed in January 2007 of a group of local residents who hold true to the belief that beautification and preservation are the key to any successful community. We differ in our backgrounds and experiences, but we share a common vision and passion for making our hometown the best it can possibly be.

Check out the new look on our website. Click Here

Nov 18, 2017

ECCSS Music Boosters Cash Bash January 18th

The annual ECCSS Music Boosters will hold their annual Cash Bash on Saturday, January 18th at the St. Marys Moose Club from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets selling for $50-you and a guest, entry into the drawing and all you can eat! Grand prize $2,000. Additional 50/50, and ticket drawings available.  Contact Ray Knight 814-885-8093

Nov 18, 2017

St. Boniface School 2020-2021 Registration

St. Boniface School 2020-2021 Registration will take place eon Monday, January 27th from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the School.

Nov 18, 2017

Winter Women In The Wilds February 7th - 9th

The Winter Women in the Wilds event at Sinnemahoning State Park is a ladies-only weekend filled with fun outdoor recreation and environmental education classes. The event is planned for February 7th to February 9th

Mar 04, 2018

Stuff A Plush Class At Cameron County Chamber

Just in time for Valentines Day, the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with Alcohol Drug Abuse Services to offer a free stuff a plush children workshop.  The free event will take place Saturday February 8 at the artisan center from 10 to 11am.

Children in grades 3-12 are invited to select your favorite animal and take home a new friend to keep or give away in time for Valentine Day.  The class is limited to 15.  Call the chamber to reserve a spot, or register online at Eventbrite.

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January 21, 2020

At Monday's meeting of St. Marys City Council, Chris Pletcher was appointed as Deputy Mayor. Several other items were on the agenda for the meeting.

 

Council  also considered a resolution on 2020 Fair Housing and a resolution authorizing the Mayor and Manager/Secretary to sign agreements with PennDOT for 2020.

Crusaders Top Kane 60-52

January 21, 2020

Regis Wortman exploded for 27 points to help visiting Elk County Catholic remain unbeaten with a 60-52 win over Kane in AML action. Wortman was named our Straub Insurance Agency Player Of The Game. Sponsored by Straub Insurance Agnecy of St. Marys & Emporium

Austin Green led a trio of Johnsonburg players in double digits with a game-high 23 points, as the visiting Rams beat Sheffield, 77-49, in AML play.

Dino Brown led a foursome of Cameron County players in double digits with 21 points, as the Red Raiders beat visiting Port Allegany, 64-36, in AML action.

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Taylor Newton had 25 points and 13 rebounds to give the Lady Crusaders a 43-38 win over Kane

Riley Childress and Emma Ruhlman combined to score 29 points to help Warren hold off visiting St. Marys, 40-35.

 

Sestina Named Candidate for Senior CLASS Award

January 21, 2020

Kentucky men's basketball forward Nate Sestina was named one of 30 candidates for the Senior CLASS Award last week. Honoring student-athletes who excel both on and off the court, the candidates must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence in community, classroom, character and competition to be eligible for the award. 

Sestina graduated from Bucknell University in May with a degree in geography before transferring to Kentucky as a graduate student this summer.

 

 A native of Emporium, Pennsylvania, Sestina was the first athlete from his hometown to earn an athletic scholarship to a Division I program since the 1970s.

Police Investigate Child Abuse Incident In Fox Township

January 21, 2020

State Police reported investigating an alleged child abuse incident in Kersey that involved a 9 year old male. The incident remains under investigation.

Police Investigate Incident Of Terroristic Threats At Otto Eldred School

January 21, 2020

State Police reported investigating an incident at Otto Eldred School, located at 153 Sweitzer Drive in Otto Township. Police report that a juvenile male was making threats. The juvenile will be charged with terroristic threats through District Court

St. Marys Man Cited After Traffic Stop

January 21, 2020

City Police reported filing charges against Howard Skok, 63, of Weedville, following a traffic stop. Skok was found to be driving under the influence.

Penfield Man Charged For Counterfeiting An Inspection Certificate

January 20, 2020

City Police reported charging Ryan Michael Sprague, 36, of Penfield, with one count for altering, forging, or counterfeiting an inspection certificate/sticker an done count for possessing, using, and or displaying an altered, forged or counterfeited inspection sticker.

Two Charged After Incident On Robin Road

January 20, 2020

City Police reported charging Jared C. Herbstritt, 27, of St. Marys, with one count for possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance, one count for criminal use of a communication facility, one count of possession of a controlled substance, and one count for possession of drug paraphernalia. This incident occurred on Robin Road.

Also, Ryan Hanes, 25, of Ridgway, charged with one count for possession of a controlled substance, one count for possession of drug paraphernalia and one count for filing false reports.

Ridgway Man Facing Drug Charges

January 20, 2020

City Police reported charging Joshua d. Burger, 27, of Ridgway, with one count of possession of a small amount of Marijuana, one county for possession of drug paraphernalia, and one count for operating a vehicle with a suspended driver's license. 

State Police Investigating The Death Of A Driftwood Man

January 20, 2020

Emporium State Police are investigating the death of James Edward McIsaac, 53, of Driftwood. Police were called to residence at 57 McIsaac Lane in Gibson Township where McIsaac was found deceased. Police report there were no signs of foul play. there were no suspicious circumstances.

The Cameron County Coroner was summoned to the scene. The victim was pronounced deceased at the scene. Cause of death ruled to be of natural causes.

Emporium Man Charged With DUI & Other Related Drug Charges

January 20, 2020

Emporium State Police have filed charges of DUI and other related Drug charges against Andrew Hornung, 31, of Emporium after investigating an incident in December 2019. According to police, they received a report of an erratic driver and subsequently found Hornung unconscious behind the wheel at a car wash in St. Marys. Hornung was found to be under the influence of fentanyl.

St. Marys Man Facing Charges After Being Found Passed Out At The Wheel Of His Vehicle

January 20, 2020

Ridgway State Police reported finding a 56 year old man, from St. Marys, passed out at the wheel of his vehicle on Chestnut Street, near South Michael Street. It was determined that the man was under the influence of alcoholic beverages to the degree that rendered him incapable of safe driving. Charges were filed.

Damage Reported To Vehicle And Garage In Mt. Jewett

January 20, 2020

State Police reported that someone caused damage to a 2008 Dodge Ram pickup and a garage located on Bridge Street in Mt. Jewett. The investigation continues. 

Drug Charges Pending After Police Serve Warrant In Emporium

January 18, 2020

State Police in Emporium report that while serving a felony warrant of a wanted person know to reside at 307 South Chestnut Street in Emporium, a 49 year old female was charged, along with a known 37 year old Male from Shippen Township. Police found Methamphetamine and other related drug paraphernalia at the residence. This lead to a search warrant being issued for the residence. Upon further investigation, more Methamphetamine and related drug paraphernalia were found. Charges were filed.

Information Night For St. Boniface Tuesday, January 21st

January 19, 2020

Elk County Catholic School System has scheduled an information night for St. Boniface parents, where we will be sharing options for Catholic education moving forward.

St. Boniface Principal Ray Knight has put this event together with Lynne Kucenski and Debbie Slay, the principals of St. Leo School and St. Marys Catholic Elementary School, respectively. They will be on hand to answer any questions you might have about curriculum, uniforms, bell schedules, extracurriculars, etc. They will include information packets for you to take home and review.

Both principals will also share information about open houses that they have planned, which will allow you and your children to see their offerings in person. They will also discuss opportunities for students to visit while school is in session so your children can meet other students, talk with teachers, review curriculum and tour the school.

For parents who are unable to make the Tuesday meeting, Mrs. Slay and Mrs. Kucenski invite parents to call them directly with any questions or to set up a meeting

 

Tuesday, January 21, 2020-St. Boniface School Cafeteria

St. Leo School Principal, Lynne Kucenski will speak 6-7 pm
SMCES Principal, Deb Slay will speak 7-8 pm

Pitt-Bradford Planning Open House On January 25th

January 19, 2020

The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will hold an admissions open house on Jan. 25. At the open house, those considering studying at Pitt-Bradford will be given tours and can meet faculty and athletics staff members. The open house will also provide an informational program that will cover student life, admission, and financial aid procedures for those considering an education at Pitt-Bradford.

Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. in the KOA Dining Hall, where attendees can enjoy a complimentary brunch. The formal event begins with a campus forum at 12:15 p.m., when attendees can speak with faculty in the Frame-Westerberg Commons.

Representatives from the Housing Office and Seneca Battalion Army ROTC will be in the Commons as well to answer questions.

Following the academic fair, presentations will cover academics, financial aid and admissions information and guidelines.

Smoking Or Non-Smoking At Cameron County Vets Club

January 18, 2020

Members of the Cameron County Vets club are encouraged to attend a meeting on Tuesday, January 21st at p.m. to discuss whether the club should be smoking or non-smoking. The club is also encouraging members to vote their choice.