November 3rd, 2014
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JOHNSONBURG â€“ A 30-year-old Johnsonburg man was declared missing shortly after 6 p.m., but search and rescue operations were canceled after police were able to track the man's whereabouts since going missing, according to Johnsonburg Borough Police Officer David Cuneo.
Travis Oâ€™Connor, 30, of Johnsonburg, left his home on Saturday to go on a short three-wheeler ride, and after his family hadnâ€™t seen or heard from him, they reported him missing to the Johnsonburg Borough Police Department.
Pennsylvania's weeklong elk hunting season opens today, and 108 huntersâ€“the most ever since the annual hunt was implemented in 2001â€“are expected to be in the field today as they try to fill the 27 antlered and 81 antlerless licenses issued by the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) during their elk license drawing on Aug. 16.
Of those 108 hunters, three are St. Marys residents: Jason Pistner, Kenneth Rieder, and Joseph Rupprecht. All three were drawn for antlerless elk licenses.
Rachel Guyer of Ridgway finished as a state medalist after an eighth-place finish at the 2014 PIAA Cross Country Championships held on Saturday at Parkview Cross Country Course in Hershey.
It drew runners from across the state, including both the Elk County Catholic High School girls' and boys' squads and four runners from St. Marys Area High School.
Guyer finished eighth in a time of 19:40.
The Ridgway Area Teachers Association is awaiting a response from the Ridgway Area School Board on the most recent contract proposal that has been sent to the school board, according to RATA President, Jason Phipps.
Negotiations between RATA and RASD have been ongoing for over 1,000 days since the previous contract between the two parties ended in 2012, and currently, wording in two sections regarding insurance and evaluations has stopped RATA from accepting the contact.
The following statement was released Friday afternoon by the St. Marys School District on social media regarding an incident earlier in the day:Â
The purpose of this message is to keep parents informed and students in the district safe. It was reported [Friday] that a male stranger operating a 2008-2010 grey or silver Chevy Silverado with a matching cap and tinted windows in the Chicken Hill area of Kersey approached St. Marys school students and offered them a ride to school.
Aldo R. Gavazzi, 86, of Elk Haven Nursing Home in St. Marys and formerly of Old Kane Road in Wilcox, died Friday morning, Oct. 31, 2014 at Elk Haven following a lengthy illness.
He was born Oct. 5, 1928 in Byrnedale, son of the late Armondo and Bena Parisi Gavazzi.
He married Patricia L. Halquist on Nov. 13, 1954 in Nazareth Lutheran Church in Wilcox. She died April 18, 2014.
Mr. Gavazzi resided in St. Marys for the past three years. He lived in Wilcox most of his life having moved there after his marriage in 1954. He attended school in Byrnedale.
EMPORIUM â€“ One team, one mission, one AML championship.
Ridgway football captured its first Allegheny Mountain League championship since 1993 with a 28-21 win over Cameron County in the AML Championship Game Friday night at Cameron County High School.
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A Bellefonte man has been sentenced to spend up to 18 months in jail and pay more than $20,000 in fines and costs after pleading guilty Wednesday to poaching three bull elk, one of them among the largest on record in Pennsylvania.
Frank Gordo Buchanan Jr., 25, pleaded guilty Wednesday to three counts of unlawful taking of big game, and one count each of unlawful taking of game, unlawful use of a vehicle to take game, and unlawful use of an artificial light to take game.