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April 15th, 2014

Court date is delayed for driver in 6-fatality crash 

April 15, 2014

SMETHPORT – A change has been made in the next court date for a Kane woman charged in connection with a horrific six-fatality crash Aug. 31.
Kathleen S. "Kathy" Douglas, 37, had been scheduled to appear Thursday in McKean County Court in Smethport to enter a plea in the case,
Her last day for a plea has been delayed until Friday, April 25 at 9:30 a.m. before Senior Judge William F. Morgan, according to court documents. The records also list that date and time for a "status conference" before Judge Morgan.

Departments respond to Hilltop fire

April 15, 2014

JAY TWP. – Multiple fire departments responded Tuesday evening for a report of a structure fire at Rose's Hilltop Diner located at 24716 Bennetts Valley Highway.

April 14th

Rain postpones SMA baseball game versus Hollidaysburg

April 14, 2014

The St. Marys Area Flying Dutchmen and Hollidaysburg Golden Tigers had every intention of playing baseball on Monday afternoon at Berwind Park. Unfortunately, the weather did not agree with those plans.

Projects slated for elementary and high schools

April 14, 2014

mong the two building projects bids approved was the Kelly Gym renovation at South St. Marys Street Elementary and new carpeting in the St. Marys Area High School Carpin Auditorium.
The gym project bid was submitted by Fred L. Burns, Inc. in Shippenville in the amount of $285,000.
It entails replacing all the windows and frames, floor repair, painting of gym, new ceiling and wall pads, installation of standards for sleeves to set up volleyball and tennis nets, electric motors to raise and lower the side basketball nets, replacement of new glass blocks due to water damage.

District approves personnel matters

April 14, 2014

Among the latest personnel changes approved by the St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors are new hires of support personnel, homebound teachers and a bus driver, awarding of numerous supplemental contracts, resignations, leaves of absences and transfer of support personnel.
Bradley Morgan of Kersey was hired, upon court approval, as a school police officer at a rate of $16.25/hour. Morgan has 60 college credits and is Act 120 certified as well as being a certified New Jersey police officer.

Kersey woman charged in GameCube assault

April 14, 2014

A Kersey woman is charged with assaulting a man with a Nintendo GameCube Friday evening.
According to a police report, Ashley Himes, 34, of 118 Lovers Ln., Kersey, struck Exper J. Fox III in the head with a GameCube during an argument at their shared apartment on Windfall Road.
According to an affidavit of probable cause, a police officer was dispatched to Penn Highlands Elk to meet with Fox, who said he had been assaulted. The officer met with Fox in the hospital parking lot where the officer observed skin and tissue hanging from Fox's left ear.

April 13th

ECC teams earn third place finishes at Kane Invite

April 13, 2014

The Elk County Catholic girls' and boys' track and field squads took part in the Kane Invitational on Saturday, with both teams earning third place finishes out of 15 teams.

SMA athletes fare well at Kane Invitational

April 13, 2014

The St. Marys Area girls' and boys' track and field teams travelled to Kane Area High School on Saturday for the annual Kane Invitational and left with fourth and seventh place finishes, respectively.

Craft beer event to benefit United Way

April 13, 2014

St. Marys Area United Way has teamed up with local home brewers and area distributors as part of its inaugural craft beer tasting event with proceeds benefitting the organization's annual campaign.
Attendees may pick and choose what to sample from the over 70 different beers being offered at various stations. The beer fest will feature eight to 10 distributors and six to eight home brewers.
It is being held on May 3 from 6-9 p.m. at The Highlands, formerly the St. Marys Country Club.

Trout season opens

April 13, 2014

Area waterways were busy on Saturday for the opening day of the 2014 Pa. trout season. Unlike as is often the case, this year's weather did not feature any snow or rain. Instead, there was plenty of sunshine and temperatures were in the high 60s. Pictured above are a number of individuals trying their luck at the Laurel Run Reservoir on Saturday afternoon.

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