August 6th, 2015
Employees of GKN Sinter Metals in St. Marys are shown during Wednesday's ribbon cutting celebrating the facility's multi-million dollar transformation project which included various building renovations and adding new manufacturing technology.
The newly built Elk County General Hospital c. 1900.
Australia Team Oz, comprised of, from left, David True, Dann Suthern and Daniel Ison, competed at the NRA National Silhouette Championships at the Ridgway Rifle Club this week in the smallbore division. The team finished second in AAA Class in smallbore hunting rifle.
Seniors of 1979 â€“ Class officers, President Pam Fluman; Vice President Laurel Milchuck; Secretary Stephanie Brunner; Treasurer Carole Johnson.
As the 2015 New York Collegiate Baseball League's (NYCBL) regular season drew to a close, there was some uncertainty as to whether the Olean Oilers would even make the postseason. Only the top four teams in each division received a playoff berth, and at one point the Oilers had slipped all the way to fifth in the seven-team Western Division standings. A late-season rally changed all that, as the Oilers won eight of their final 10 games to clinch the third seed in the Western Division playoffs.
Team PRPA Gold won the smallbore hunting rifle national team championship with a score of 209 at the NRA National Silhouette Championships held Monday afternoon at the Ridgway Rifle Club.
The team finished with a score of 209 with team members David Leedy, Luke Johnson and Kenneth M. Haupricht sharing the team title.
Make it 2 for 2 for Laura Goetsch in smallbore hunting rifle.
The Whites Creek, Tenn. native finished with a score of 38 to win the second day of competition with that firearm at the NRA National Silhouette Championships Monday afternoon at the Ridgway Rifle Club.
Goetschâ€™s victory didnâ€™t come easy as she had to win a five-shot shootoff with Marysville native Luke Johnson to win the match. Both competitors had matching scores of 38 and both hit 10 chickens, 10 pigs, eight turkeys and 10 rams.
BRADFORD â€“Â The St. Marys Minor League all-star softball team saw their magical season come to an end on Sunday afternoon with a pair of losses to Morrisville in the finals of the Minor League State Tournament at the Kessel Athletic Complex at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. St. Marys entered Sunday afternoon needing one win to clinch the state title. Instead, Morrisville won 3-0 to force a deciding game. Morrisville then won the second game 5-0 to win the state title.
Laura Goestch (Whites Creek, Tenn.) was the first-day match winner in smallbore standard rifle at the NRA National Silhouette Championships Sunday at the Ridgway Rifle Club.
Goestch finished with a total of 36. Goetsch hit eight chickens, nine pigs, all 10 turkeys and nine rams to comprise her totals.
Brian Wakefield of Smethport was second overall with a score of 35 (10-9-8-8) and Cathy Winstead-Severin of Joplin, Mo. was third with a score of 35 (9-10-6-10).
Tuesday, Aug. 4 â€“Â Elk County Board of Commissioners, Courthouse Annex, Conference Room No. 2
Thursday, Aug. 6 â€“ Ridgway Township Municipal Authority at 7 p.m. in the Ridgway Township Municipal Building