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Archive - Feb 21, 2012

Ridgway borough getting in position to apply for impact fee grants

February 21, 2012

The Ridgway Borough Council discussed the possible impact fee grants in the near future and the status of a local downtown restaurant Monday night during their month meeting.
Main Street Manager Michelle Bogacki presented her monthly report which included the status of the Ling Ling Chinese Restaurant in downtown Ridgway, a subject that councilman Ralph Dussia brought up.
“The Chinese restaurant is making progress,” Bogacki said. “There have been some inspection code issues.”
Mayor Guillermo Udarbe elaborated on the issue.

Holbert offers advice on making faces during carving seminar

February 21, 2012

Each year organizers of the Ridgway Chainsaw Rendezvous offer morning seminars to both carvers and anyone interested in attending and learning more about the intricacies of the industry.
Seminar speakers offer a vast array of advice, tips and tricks. Many also welcome comments from fellow carvers as to what their experience has been regarding the specific topic at hand.
The first seminar on Monday featured Brad Bemis of North Brookfield, Mass., who spoke on "All About Wood," followed by Pat Holbert of Dalton, Ohio, who demonstrated how to make human faces.

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JOHNSONBURG – Elk County Catholic volleyball capped off a perfect 14-0 regular season Thursday...
Ridgway boys soccer lost 4-0 to Karns City Wednesday night at Karns City High School in the first...