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April 6th, 2015

Council pledges support for Decker's Chapel

April 7, 2015

ST. MARYS – On Monday evening, St. Marys City Council unanimously approved to pledge their support and resources to the Decker's Chapel repair project.
Mary Kalinowski, executive director of the Elk County Historical Society, spoke to council about the status of Decker's Chapel located along the Million Dollar Highway in St. Marys.

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Duke vs. Wisconsin: Breaking down the matchup

April 6, 2015

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Duke vs. Wisconsin: Breaking down the matchup

We break down the NCAA finals matchup of Duke and Wisconsin

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April 5th

USGS adjusts flow rate gauges

April 6, 2015

JOHNSONBURG – Toby Grzejka, a hydro technician of the United States Geological Survey, was in Johnsonburg Friday checking the accuracy of and adjusting the water flow rate gauge at the Johnsonburg USGS water-data site.
Grzejka said this is a service performed every three to four weeks to keep the gauges and data accurate.
The United States Geological Survey is a non-regulatory branch of the U.S. government meaning they do not make any laws or regulations. The organization is made up of scientists in four major branches of science.

Ohio man drowns in Cameron County

April 5, 2015

GIBSON TWP. – An Ohio man was killed after falling into the Driftwood Branch of the Susquehanna River in Cameron County on Saturday morning.
According to the Emporium-based state police, the incident occurred at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 4, on the Driftwood Branch of the Susquehanna River in the area of Tunnel Hill, Gibson Township, Cameron County.

April 3rd

Community takes the stage for Chloe Frank

April 3, 2015

Talented performers from throughout Elk County will join forces for a special night of entertainment as part of a benefit performance for Chloe Frank, a 12-year-old Ridgway student currently battling leukemia.
The Elk County Performs for Chloe event is taking place Friday, April 10 at Ridgway Area High School with curtain time set for 7 p.m.
Tickets are not required for the event, however donations will be accepted at the door.

Seneca confident of win in suit vs. Highland

April 3, 2015

HIGHLAND TWP. – Seneca Resources appears confident that it will win a federal lawsuit against Highland Township over an ordinance banning injection wells.
In documents filed in federal court in Erie, Seneca claims the township will be unable to cite any court cases that uphold ordinances similar to the one adopted in Highland.
The township Board of Supervisors in January 2013 adopted a "community bill of rights" ordinance.

Occupants hospitalized after 2-vehicle crash in Byrnedale

April 3, 2015

BYRNEDALE – A Jay Township crash early Friday afternoon hospitalized three people and caused disabling damage to two vehicles.
Elk Company 5 (Jay Township Fire Department), Bennetts Valley Ambulance, and St. Marys Ambulance were called out at 1:55 p.m. to the vicinity of 19863 Bennetts Valley Highway for a two-vehicle crash with injuries.
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For more information see the Saturday, April 4, 2015 edition of The Ridgway Record.

VIDEO OF THE DAY: 12 Adorable Easter Crafts For Kids

April 3, 2015

VIDEO OF THE DAY: 12 Adorable Easter Crafts For Kids
Just in time for Easter, try out these 12 easy and fun crafts with your kids. From bunny ears to almond wreaths, it's fun for the entire family!

April 2nd

Authority discusses equipment repairs, overdue bills

April 3, 2015

At Thursday's Ridgway Township Municipal Authority (RTMA) meeting, RTMA works superintendent Andrew Gosnell discussed equipment repairs that were needed throughout the township as well as issues the authority is running into with overdue water bills.
Gosnell started by discussing equipment repairs which affected the Evergreen Tank and a hydrant along Montmorenci Road which was damaged in a motor vehicle accident.

Alleged assault lands Brockport man in jail

April 2, 2015

JOHNSONBURG – A Brockport man has been jailed following an alleged assault Monday evening that left a female victim with serious facial injuries.
Robert John Steele Sr., 32, of Brockport, has been charged with aggravated assault (felony 1), simple assault (misdemeanor 1) and four summary offenses including harassment, driving an unregistered vehicle, driving with a suspended or revoked license, and driving a vehicle without required financial responsibility.
According to an affidavit of probable cause made available Thursday, Troopers Ryan Heffner and Roger McCloskey were dispatched to 116 Cro

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