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April 1st, 2014

Caroline Colaprete

April 2, 2014

Caroline Colaprete, 95, a resident of Elk Haven for the past three years, formerly of Ridgway Road, Johnsonburg, and 224 Wild Goose Ln., St. Marys, died Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at the Elk Haven Nursing Home after a lengthy illness.
She was born Aug. 22, 1918 in Lewiston, N.Y., daughter of Pietra Lilla and Frederick Luparelli Albion. On Oct. 17, 1942, in Niagara Falls, N.Y., she married Philip Colaprete, who preceded her in death on Oct. 16, 1995.

Anna Marie Carlson

April 2, 2014

Anna Marie Carlson, 73, of 9362 Route 219, Brockport, died Sunday March 30, 2014 at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh.
She was born Nov. 23, 1940 in Bombertown, daughter of the late Steven and Catherine Watkovich Scanish. She was married on Nov. 26, 1958 to John Edward Carlson Sr., he survives.
Anna enjoyed knitting, bingo, baking and spending time with her grandchildren and family. Retired, she had been employed at Brockway Glass as an inspector.

DCC edges Lady Crusaders 7-5 in 11 innings

April 1, 2014

The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader softball team opened their season Tuesday by hosting the DuBois Central Lady Cardinals at Benzinger Park.
DuBois Central came away with a 7-5, 11 inning victory over Elk Catholic.

Dutchmen open season with loss to Warren

April 1, 2014

Warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine on Tuesday afternoon was no April Fool's Day joke. The weather was finally nice enough for baseball, and the St. Marys Area Flying Dutchmen opened their 2014 season as they faced the Warren Dragons at Berwind Park, which hosted its first baseball game in May 1914 and is celebrating its 100th anniversary this season. Though the Dragons recorded a 15-2 victory in five innings, the Dutchmen were happy to at least be outside and playing baseball. Their previous three scheduled games had all been cancelled due to lingering winter weather.

March 31st

Spring brings bunny days

March 31, 2014

Although one may not consider it spring with the continued cold temperatures, the new season brings the arrival baby rabbits. This little bunny was seen recently in a St. Marys driveway.

Mayor recognizes educators, military detail with service awards

March 31, 2014

Today marks the Mayor's Day of Recognition for National Service in which three local educators and one organization are being honored for their commitment to the citizens of the City of St. Marys.
This marks the first annual such event in St. Marys initiated by Mayor Bob Howard, although it is the second year it has been celebrated nationally.
"When I ran for office I said I was going to help promote the senior citizens and the veterans. I thought this was an opportunity to do just that," Howard said.

Ridgway native authors physics textbook

March 31, 2014

Dr. Ian Redmount, a Ridgway native and graduate of Ridgway Area High School, recently authored a physics textbook titled "12 Problems in Physics." Redmount is currently a professor of physics at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Mo.
The textbook, which spans 12 chapters, is centered around applications and concepts necessary to solving classical physics problems.

David Ernest McClure

March 31, 2014

David Ernest McClure, a resident of Okmulgee, Okla., died Friday morning, March 28, 2014 at 76 years of age.
David was born Dec. 20, 1937 in Bristol, Colo. to the late Harold and Ethel Faye (Palmer) McClure. He graduated from high school in Moline, Kan. and attended Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kan.

Nancy B. Gerbec

March 31, 2014

Nancy B. Gerbec, 78, of Cole Hill Road, Russell, died Sunday, March 30, 2014 at the Warren Manor following a brief stay.
Nancy was born Feb. 5, 1936 in Bradford, the daughter of the late Howard and Orta (Funk) Buchanan.
Nancy was a lifelong area resident and a graduate of Warren High School. She was employed by Bell Telephone as an operator, and later at the Blair Corp., retiring after 25 years. Nancy was a member of the Scandia Covenant Church, attending as her health allowed. Among the things Nancy enjoyed, first and foremost were her family, especially her grandchildren.

Beth Sweeney Kuttler

March 31, 2014

Beth Sweeney Kuttler died March 20, 2014, surrounded by family on the first day of spring 2014 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. She was 53 years old.
Beth was born to the late Eugene and Georgia Sweeney in St. Marys, on Feb. 1, 1961.

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