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May 28th, 2013
The Ridgway Rotary Club's second annual Quilting Bee Show is soon approaching and residents can begin picking up kits at the Welcome Center in downtown Ridgway.
An argument over a vacuum cleaner reportedly ended with a Ridgway man being assaulted and his home burglarized.
A Jay Township man that police said "had taken refuge in Benezette" while on the run from midwestern authorities has been returned to Ohio to face felony charges against him there.
CLEARFIELD CO. â€“ Shortly after Pennsylvania criminalized the sale and possession of synthetic pot in August of 2011, two Clearfield convenience store owners were charged with drug trafficking after reportedly selling the newly-banned substance to undercover state troopers.
The community of Ridgway gathered together for a Memorial Day Service held Monday afternoon at the Ridgway Central Fire Hall along North Broad Street.
ST. MARYS â€“ The ideas of not being deterred by fears and doubts and working hard to achieve oneâ€™s goals were some of the messages Elk County Catholic High Schoolâ€™s 66 new graduates were able to take away from Sunday afternoonâ€™s commencement exercises. This advice was given to the graduates by their peers: valedictorian Morgan Onink and salutatorian Daniel Millsop.
HIGHLAND TWP. â€“ Three Kane residents were killed in a two-vehicle crash late Thursday night near the intersection of Routes 66 and 948 in Highland Township.
ST. MARYS â€“ Motorcycle enthusiasts now have the option of taking the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program's Basic Rider Course (BRC) and Basic Rider Course 2 (BRC2) in St. Marys as Elk County Catholic High School was recently added to the list of the state's training sites. There is no cost for the program, and motorcycles and helmets are provided for those enrolled in the BRC.
ST. MARYS â€“ A St. Marys man is imprisoned for allegedly pulling a gun on police after leading them on a high speed chase while driving under the influence of alcohol.
The North Central Regional Planning Development Commission is holding just over $5 million in total assets, a nearly $2 million dollar drop from last year, with expenses over $7 million and liabilities over $6 million. This according to a state audit of the organization's financial records dated March 22.