July 2nd, 2015
Multiple injuries were reported Thursday due to a car crash on Rasselas Road.
Due to a traffic accident Rasselas Road is currently shut down at the Glen Hazel intersection. It appears there are five victims injured. Two helicopters are in route to the scene to transport two victims.
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The St. Marys Little League Baseball Minor League all stars opened play in the District 10 Tournament on Wednesday night by defeating the Fox Township squad by a 7-0 score at Memorial Park.
St. Marys will return to action Friday when they travel to DuBois for a 6 p.m. game. Fox Township returns to action Monday when they play the loser of Friday's Warren Americans at Elk County game.
Favorable weather conditions typically translates to maintenance work on trees where limbs may grow close to power lines and homes. A local tree-cutting service on Wednesday was seen tending to an overgrown tree along Brusselles Street in St. Marys.
The St. Marys Little League Softball junior all stars defeated Brookville 14-4 in 6 innings Tuesday night at Benzinger Park.
St. Marys travels to DuBois for an 8 p.m. game Thursday.
The Ridgway Legion baseball team defeated Fox Township 10-5 Tuesday night.
The Adult Cosmetology Class at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center took a tour of InStyle Studio in St. Marys, which is owned and operated by Rhonda Krobot, who graduated from the Adult cosmetology class. The students received services from the salon and also toured salons in DuBois. To enroll in the new class forming in the fall please call 814-765-5308. Pictured from left are students Vicky Walker, Lyssa Jasper, Leigha Miles, Amanda Little, Rhonda Krobot from InStyle Studio, Nichole Reed, Teaica Putillion, Cassidy Bowman, Nicole Gillingham and Molley Charles.
A small car fire broke out Monday evening in the vicinity of 208 Fourth St. in St. Marys. Members of the Crystal Fire Department, who were already in the area for the community-wide disaster drill, responded and extinguished the small fire.
A private pleasure boat filled with water sank near the marina Sunday morning. Reportedly no one was on board at the time of the accidental sinking. Rescue crews were quick to assist with recovery. It is unknown if the heavy weekend rains contributed to the submerging of the vessel.