Seventy-one students graduated from Elk County Catholic High School during a commencement ceremony held Sunday afternoon in the school's auditorium.
Following a Baccalaureate Mass at noon, students processed back into the auditorium at 1:30 p.m. for the official commencement ceremony.
Pick up a copy of the Monday, June 1, 2015 edition of The Daily Press for more coverage of ECC's graduation.
Long a staple of Memorial Day weekend, Elk County Catholic High School held its annual commencement ceremonies a week later than normal, graduating a class of 71 students on Sunday afternoon. The program began with a Baccalaureate Mass in the school's auditorium at 12 p.m. and was followed by the graduation ceremony at 1:30 p.m.
Pick up a copy of the Monday, June 1, 2015 edition of The Daily Press for more.
A donation by Innovated Solutions is bringing Elk County Catholic High School up to date with the latest 3D printing technology.
Innovated Solutions president Eric Wonderling, vice-president of operations John Azzato, senior application engineer Jake Shannon, and intern Adam Lovenduski, an ECC alumnus, recently visited the school to see how the new 3D printer has been working.
"Unfortunately, that was the new flavor, so it took forever to come," Wonderling said of the 3D printer. "We were supposed to have it around October of last year, but it took forever for the new release to come out."
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The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader softball team scored a run in the bottom of the ninth inning to capture the District 9 Class A softball championship. Elk Catholic edged the Smethport Lady Hubbers in the title game played at Brockway.
KERSEY â€“Â The Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group (AHUG) held its annual dinner Thursday which featured a legislative panel discussion with some of the area's various state legislators.
The panel discussion featured a question-and-answer section that focused strongly on the upcoming state budget and how it will impact the timber industry.
The first question that was asked of the legislators was a request to know where the state's budget process currently sits.
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At South St. Marys Street Elementary, Mrs. Hanslovan's fourth grade class utilize The Daily Press for various projects enhancing student development.
The first phase of renovations to St. Marys Area High School's Dutch Country Stadium is halfway complete. There is currently a rough finish grade on the football field. The next step entails laying down topsoil, installing an irrigation system with a sprinkler system, and drainage.
Recent layoffs, a loss of doctors and nurses, and financial woes at Penn Highlands Elk (PHE) has sparked the interest of area residents and St. Marys City Council.
This prompted Mayor Bob Howard to invite Rose Campbell, Penn Highlands Elk president, to address such concerns at a recent council meeting.
Following a presentation by Campbell about the facility, Councilman Greg Gebauer posed numerous questions and scenarios to Campbell.
For the past month Gebauer has spoke with doctors, nurses and employees after which he compiled a list of their concerns about the facility.
Organizers on Wednesday morning met at Decker's Chapel along the Million Dollar Highway in St. Marys to plan repairs for the historic site.
The building's foundation has shifted over time due to a number of issues including lack of drainage and harsh winter conditions. The foundation issues were discovered at the end of March.