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May 25th, 2015

Residents celebrate Memorial Day throughout Johnsonburg

May 26, 2015

JOHNSONBURG – Throughout the country, America's citizens gathered Monday to remember those who have died in service of the country, and Johnsonburg was no exception.
Johnsonburg's citizens participated in this year's Memorial Day services which included a flag ceremony, a Naval service, a veterans' walk and a Memorial Day program that was held at the gazebo along Market Street.

May 23rd

Johnsonburg Fire Department called to Domtar

May 23, 2015

The Johnsonburg Fire Department was called out for a structure fire at Domtar tonight at 8:45 p.m. Upon answering the call, the department responded with an engine, an engine-rescue and a utility vehicle for a problem located in the recovery boiler building. The St. Marys Ambulance was also on scene, being called out at 8:45 p.m. along with the fire department. Emergency personnel left the scene at 9:20 p.m. No more information was immediately available on the scene.

May 22nd

Charges filed from April Windfall crash

May 23, 2015

ST. MARYS – Charges have been filed against a St. Marys woman stemming from an April 15 crash which resulted in extensive property damage including a broken utility pole along Windfall Road.

Tonia Joyce Rio, 43, of 461 Washington St., St. Marys, faces multiple DUI charges in addition to accidents invoking damage to unattended property and careless driving.

Rio was transported to Penn Highlands Elk for a blood draw. The samples were sent to NMS Labs and a report was received earlier this month by the St. Marys City Police Department, indicated her BAC at 12:39 a.m. April 16 was 0.156.


St. Marys man ditches rig, holds up traffic

May 23, 2015

ST. MARYS – A St. Marys man is facing multiple charges in court after it was reported that he abandoned his tractor-trailer on North Michael Street near the diamond before laying on the road and resisting arrest when police showed up, all while possibly under the influence of bath salts.

On Tuesday morning around 1:30 a.m., the St. Marys City Police Department received a call reporting a man banging on windows and laying in the roadway on North Michael Street near the Diamond.


Controlled burn spreads to unoccupied structure

May 23, 2015

DAGUSCAHONDA – A controlled burn in Daguscahonda apparently spread out of control late Thursday night and destroyed an unoccupied house scheduled for demolition.
According to Corporal Greg Agosti, a fire marshal with the State Police at Ridgway, Robert J. Lilley, 43, of Ridgway, was burning brush at 617 E. Mill St. in Daguscahonda.

May 21st

Drama class performs Thursday

May 22, 2015

The Ridgway Area High School drama class presented "The Bold, The Young And The Murdered" Thursday evening at the Ira S. Nippes Auditorium. A long-running soap opera faces cancellation and must complete an episode overnight to avoid getting cancelled. Various cast members and staff get murdered and an investigation follows to see who did it.

First conviction for exotic animal ordinance

May 22, 2015

JOHNSONBURG – The first guilty verdict has been handed down in relation to the Johnsonburg Borough's wild and exotic animal ordinance as Floyd Walters was found guilty Thursday of breaking the ordinance for posting an online advertisement for venomous reptiles being sold in Johnsonburg.
Walters' case was heard before Senior Judge George A. "Tony" King in Magisterial District Court on Thursday. The hearing was the first time the ordinance has been tested in the court system since being adopted Oct. 13, 2014.

Items stolen from skatepark

May 22, 2015

The Ridgway Borough Police Department is reporting that plywood and lumber have been stolen from the Ridgway skatepark located on North Broad Street.
According to a police report from the department, Gary Gerber reported to police that several items that were purchased to refurbish the skatepark went missing sometime between Friday evening and Monday morning.

Crusaders defeat North Clarion 14-4 in D9-A quarterfinals

May 21, 2015

The Elk County Catholic Crusaders picked up their first win of the postseason with a 14-4 five-inning victory over North Clarion on Thursday evening at Berwind Park in the District 9 Class A quarterfinals.
The Crusaders recorded 10 hits in the victory, scoring in each of the four innings they went up to bat. All of North Clarion's hits came in the top of the fourth with ECC already ahead 12-0.
"The bats finally came alive a little bit," said ECC head coach Fr. Eric Vogt.

VIDEO: David Letterman Says Goodbye to the "Late Show"

May 21, 2015

VIDEO: David Letterman Says Goodbye to the "Late Show"
Letterman has a star-studded finale

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