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April 10th, 2013
ST. MARYS â Early plans were discussed regarding the possible re-location of the St. Marys Catholic Middle School into Elk County Catholic High School during two Parent Information Meetings held Wednesday.
Finance Manager Brent Rhoads of the Ridgway Area School District reviewed several adjustments made to a preliminary budget during a regular board meeting Tuesday night.
ST. MARYS â A St. Marys man charged with more than 300 counts of child pornography and related offenses was arraigned in Magisterial District Court Tuesday where he also waived his preliminary hearing on the charges.
EMPORIUM â A spike in the number of arrests involving stimulant bath salts continues in the wake of what local law enforcement are calling the drug's dramatic rise in Elk and Cameron Counties.
A jury of 12 primaries and two alternates was selected in Elk County Court Monday to sit on the trial of a Ridgway man incarcerated on drug charges after police allegedly uncovered marijuana being grown on his property.
JOHNSONBURG â Johnsonburg Police Chief Bryan Parana reported on the recent arrest of a Johnsonburg man charged with the murder of an 18-year-old Johnsonburg woman during a council meeting held Monday afternoon.
JOHNSONBURG â State Representative Matt Gabler (R-Elk/Clearfield) recognized the Johnsonburg boys basketball team with a pair of citations to open the Johnsonburg boys basketball banquet held Sunday afternoon at the Johnsonburg Fire Hall.
JOHNSONBURG â The Johnsonburg Area High School Drama Club presented âMirror Image: A Real Enchanted Musicalâ on Friday, April 5. The performance also will be presented Saturday, April 6 with a 1 p.m. matinee and 7:30 p.m. show. This production is the 17th annual drama club play under director Ginger Schreiber and assistant Lann Yurchick.
A Johnsonburg man charged with operating what authorities deemed "a sophisticated and significant marijuana grow operationâ from his home, was sentenced in Elk County Court Thursday to serve 12 to 24 months behind bars in Elk County Prison.
Despite Governor Tom Corbett's recent proposal to increase funding to support domestic violence programs by 10 percent, nonprofit organizations like CAPSEA [Citizens Against Physical, Sexual and Emotional Abuse] still struggle to make ends meet.