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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Port Allegany Ambulance Called For Assault Victim

At 2:19 AM on Tuesday, Port Allegany Ambulance has been dispatched to the alley behind Shooter's Bar for an assault victim. Police have been dispatched.
2 individuals refused medical transport for minor injuries.

Firefighters In Tioga County Responding To Structure Fire In Sullivan Township

At 1:10 AM on Tuesday, Fire Departments in Tioga County have been dispatched to Ensminger Road in Sullivan Township for a structure fire. Mansfield, Blossburg, Dagget, and Wellsboro have been dispatched. Firefighters have been directed to use Old State Road to access Ensminger Road.

Article by Lonny Frost (c) 2015

In the early morning hours of Tuesday, July 28, 2015, Mansfield fire and ambulance crews were dispatched to the scene of a structure fire in Sullivan Township.

Once on scene crews requested additional assistance and tankers to 215 Ensminger Road. Wellsboro crews were said to have also been dispatched to respond to the fire.

Blossburg fire crews were dispatched around 1AM and Dagget fire department was dispatched for a tanker only around 1:15AM.

FIRST News Now learned that crews had to take alternate routes to get to the scene, as a bridge was reported out on Connelly Mountain.

Depending on direction of travel, some responding units took Old State Road, while others were reported as utilizing East Hill Road.

FIRST News Now is unable to confirm if this is a residential structure, but it believed that it is a home.

Please pray for the family. FNN will update this article when information becomes available.

If any reader has information please drop a private message to FIRST News Now.


Cross Streets: BARR RD * CALIARI RD

7/28/2015 12:56:17 AM

8th Annual Frosty Hollow Herbal Fair Is Saturday, August 1st Near Coudersport

Get Your Summer Bash Tickets Now / Limited To 600 / Don't Miss It / July 31st Thru August 2nd

Tickets are available at the Wharton Tavern and General Store and at The Colonial Hotel in Westfield. Don't forget that the Crittenden TapRoom in Coudersport, Shooters in Port Allegany and the Roadside in Shinglehouse also have tickets. 

Hurry on out and get your tickets while they are still available.  Check out Facebook for more information. HURRY GET YOUR TICKETS NOW. NEED MORE INFORMATION? CALL 814-274-4852. NO ONE ANSWERS. LEAVE A MESSAGE, SOMEONE WILL GET BACK TO YOU 
Come join us for the a fun filled weekend of music, camping and fun! Multiple bands Friday and Saturday. we will kick the party off with the Ozone rangers and the 69 band on Friday, Saturday we will have multiple bands on the stage all day plus music by DJ Brandon, then Saturday night we will have Witch Hazel followed by the bad boys of country music Jackson Taylor & The Sinners! There will be food and drink vendors on site both days, tent camping areas will be designated, and we will also have designated areas for RVs and travel trailers.  NO ONE UNDER 21 PERMITTED, NO GLASS, FIREWORKS OR CAMP FIRES ON SITE, NO FIREARMS, NO ATVS!


We will update this page with more bands and more info as it is confirmed!

Galeton Area School District Seeking Applicants For Teaching Assistant Vacancy

64th Annual Woodsmen's Show At Cherry Springs State Park July 31, August 1 & 2

The Woodsmen Show, celebrating the rich lumber history of Potter County, starts Friday at Cherry Springs State Park on Route 44. It is sponsored by the Galeton Rotary Club. Grounds open daily at 9 AM.

The three day weekend offers a bit of excitement for everyone. Every event has a connection to Potter County's rich lumbering history.

Come see the top lumberjacks in the country come to Cherry Springs State Park to compete in events like cross cut saw, springboard, axe throwing and tree felling - the same events featured in the popular outdoor games on TV.

Witness ordinary people test their own skills while rubbing elbows with the pros. Some of the events are listed below:

Lumberjack Show of Champions
Masterpiece Carving, Quick Carve Competition and Auction
Practice for woodhicks
Amatuer Competitions - Test your abilities - 2PM

Masterpiece Carving
Quick Carve Competition and Auction
Lumberjack Competition - 12 Noon

Masterpiece Carving
Quick Carve Competition and Auction
Horse Pulling Competition - 12 Noon

A complete detailed schedule is posted online at

Discover exhibits, vendors and historical re-enactments all commemorating our great forest and the life of the woodhick. After soaking in all the activities, sit down with a hearty meal and enjoy traditional music.

Admission: Friday: Adult $8.00, Youth $7.00; Saturday: Adult $12.00, Youth $7.00; Sunday: Adult $8.00, Youth $7.00.

Directions: Route 44 South at Sweden Valley is closed from Route 6 to Cherry Springs except for local traffic. Road reconstruction is taking place there. That route is marked in red. Best route from Galeton is to take West Branch Road marked in blue. From the Austin/Wharton area and Route 872, East Branch Road is open to the park. There is construction in Wharton, but thru traffic is allowed. Route 44 is open from the south to the park.

Low Volume / Dirt & Gravel Road Specialist Position Open At The Potter County, PA, Conservation District

Gustin's Auto & Truck Service In Roulette, PA

7-30 Large Victorian House Auction, Cuba, New York

Lambert Estate Country Auction Friday, August 7th In Coneville, PA


Construction Barrels Moved By Unknown Actor(s)

Olean Man Gave Trooper False Identity In Traffic Stop In PA

Construction Barrels Moved Into Traffic Lane On Rt. 144

Known Male & Female Arrested After Fighting

Horse Show Time Changed To 8:00 AM Because Of Heat At Potter County Fair

Potter County Fair  

Potter County Fair

Sorry for the change but the Open horse show has been moved from 10 am to 8 am tomorrow morning due to the super hot forecast. See everyone at 8

Monday, July 27, 2015

Coudersport Ambulance To Avenue B

At 11:05 PM on Monday, Coudersport Ambulance & Medic 6 have been dispatched to Avenue B for a medical emergency.

Keating Summit and Sizerville area gets drenched

Nicole Graham Finished in the Top 3

Nicole Graham Finished in the Top 3

Nicole Graham, Northern Potter High School Junior, finished in the Top 3 of the Revolution Dancewear Design Your Dream contest and will be traveling to Chicago in October to have her dress designed.

Thank you to all who voted for her. This is truly her dream to become a fashion designer. Congratulations, Nicole!

Edward J. Glinkowski, age 92, of Gaines, PA

Edward J. Glinkowski, age 92, of Gaines, PA, died on Saturday, July 25, 2015. He was a WWII veteran serving with the US Army. Funeral services will be private. Arrangements are entrusted to the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., Wellsboro, PA.

Dam Show Returns August 28 – 29

On August 28 – 29, music will fill the air above Austin as the Dam Show returns for its 13th year. The Dam Show offers a unique festival experience, as guests can enjoy a great variety of music, as well as camping, hiking, fishing, geocaching and more at the ruins of the Austin Dam that failed more than a century ago. At dark, the Dam ruins light up with a multimedia projection lightshow. It’s a sight you won’t see anywhere but the Austin Dam.

The show brings a lineup of bands as eclectic as the venue itself. This year will feature some familiar friends and new faces, and a wide variety of music ranging from bluegrass to classic rock to jam bands. Returning will be two-time Tri-State Indie Award winners, Flux Capacitor, who will close out the show on Saturday night. Friday night’s headliner will be the Still Hand String Band, who recently played a very popular “Wings & Strings” night at the Hotel Crittenden. Returning after a one year hiatus from the Dam Show will be the retro-rock of long time Dam Show favorites, Mystery Fyre. They’ll also be playing prior to the Dam Show at the Hotel Crittenden in Coudersport on August 14. Also returning will be last year’s performers, The Blind Owl Band and The New Daze.

The full lineup includes:

Friday, August 28

4 – 6 PM – AjamajA
6 – 8 PM – The Blind Owl Band
8 – 10 PM – Greener Grass Band
10 PM – Midnight – Still Hand String Band

Saturday, August 29

Noon – 2 PM – Duck Duck Goose
2 – 4 PM – The New Daze
4 – 6 PM – Free Grass Union
6 – 8 PM – Mystery Fyre
8 – 10 PM – Lucid
10 PM – Midnight – Flux Capacitor

Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online at or at the Potter County Artisan Center, 227 N. Main St., Coudersport, The Hotel Crittenden, 133 N. Main St., Coudersport and the Welcome Center & Store at the Austin Dam. Tickets are $50.00 in advance for the weekend or $40.00 for Saturday only and include parking/camping. Saturday only tickets must be purchased online or at the gate. Weekend passes purchased at the gate will be $60.00. There is no charge for children 12 and under.

Food and craft vendors will be on site all weekend. Craft vendors are being accepted for this year’s show. Craft vending is free with advanced ticket purchase. Those wishing to vend must purchase their tickets online. See for details.

Recent improvements at the park include flush toilets, running water, Wi-Fi and cell phone service to enhance guests’ experiences.

The Dam Show is supported, in part, by a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.

For more information on the bands performing at this year’s show or to purchase tickets, visit or

Roulette Ambulance Dispatched To Lyman Road

At 6:44 PM on Monday, Roulette Ambulance & Medic 6 have been dispatched to Lyman Road for a medical emergency.

Gross Hollow will be closed to all traffic on Tuesday


BRADFORD, Pa. – A section of campus drive will be closed beginning Tuesday to accommodate the 2015 Pennsylvania State Little League 9-10 Softball Tournament being held on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

Campus Drive – from Nelson Avenue to Onofrio Street – will be closed an hour before each game starts. Additionally, during those same times, Wagner Avenue will be closed to traffic except for residents of the street. University employees and tournament participants who have a parking pass will be able to access Wagner Avenue from West Washington St.

Opening ceremonies begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Kessel Athletic Complex, with games to follow at 12:15 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

On Wednesday, games are scheduled for noon, 2:30 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

On Thursday, games will be held at 2 p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.

The Friday game will be held at 6 p.m.

The Saturday game will be held at noon.

The final games are scheduled for 3 p.m. Aug. 2 and 6 p.m. Aug. 3.

Play, Learn and Grow Together

Donald E. Barraclough, 89, of Bradford,PA

Donald E. Barraclough, 89, of Bradford,PA passed away on Friday, July 24, 2015 at his home.

He was born on August 28, 1925 in Crenshaw, a son of the late James and Zula Clinton Barraclough.

On November 6, 1959 in Limestone, NY he married Constance L. Cole; who survives.

He was a United States Navy veteran of World War II; having served as a hospital apprentice in the Pacific Theater.

He was employed by the former Dresser Manufacturing from 1947 until his retirement in 1989.

He attended the First Presbyterian Church and was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles.

In addition to his wife of 55 years, Constance Barraclough of Bradford; he is also survived by one son, Wayne (Linda) Barraclough of Bradford; one daughter, Robin (Steve) Foster of Findlay, OH; three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by one brother, Wayne Barraclough and one sister, Dorothy Thompson.

At his request there will be no visitation or funeral services.

Burial will be in McKean Memorial Park, Lafayette.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the care of the Mascho Funeral Home, Inc.

Online Condolences can be expressed at

Music on the Square this Wednesday Evening at the Coudersport Gazebo!

Music on the Square in Coudersport returns to the Gazebo tomorrow evening, Wednesday, July 29nd. The Twin Tiers Community Band will be performing, so bring a lawn chair and enjoy the music from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Admission is free and there will be food to purchase, so come hungry! 

Our thanks to the Coudersport Rotary for their sponsorship of this event.

Allegheny Mountainaires Entertain Tonight At Potter County Fair


ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED AFTER BEING BUSTED FOR SPEEDINGArticle by Lonny Frost (c) 2015 (Photo of suspect...
Posted by FIRST News Now on Monday, July 27, 2015

Baker to Host Senior Expo Aug. 4 in Wellsboro

Event to feature more than 75 vendors, veterans outreach services and education programs on popular scams and Alzheimer’s awareness

HARRISBURG – Senior citizens from across the 68th District, covering Tioga County and portions of Bradford and Potter counties, are invited to a Senior Expo hosted by Rep. Matt Baker (R-Tioga/Bradford/Potter) on Tuesday, Aug. 4, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Wellsboro Area High School, 225 Nichols St. in Wellsboro.

The event, which is expected to draw up to 1,000 attendees, will feature more than 75 vendors from federal, state and county agencies; area businesses; and health organizations providing information and answering questions important to senior citizens.

“I encourage all area seniors to make plans to attend this fun and informative event,” said Baker. “There will be a great deal of information available on health care, financial planning, volunteer opportunities, veterans services, government services, and so much more.”

Baker said there will also be two educational programs provided by the Elder Services Work Group during the expo. At 11 a.m. a representative from the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General will present a program on scams, and at 12:15 p.m. a representative from the Alzheimer’s Association will present a program on Alzheimer’s awareness.

The Pennsylvania mobile veterans outreach van will also be available to answer questions, offer counseling and help obtain veteran assistance. In addition, flu shots will be administered by Rite Aid Pharmacy to those who present their insurance card and select providers will offer health screenings for glucose, blood pressure, vision and more.

Admission to the expo is free, lunch and light refreshments will be served, and door prizes will be offered. Free shuttle bus service will also be available from nearby parking lots around the school.

The event is being co-sponsored by the Elder Services Work Group of the Tioga County Partnership for Community Health.

For more information, contact Baker’s district offices at (570) 724-1390 in Wellsboro or (570) 297-3045 in Troy.

Roulette Dispatched For Grass Fire On Main Street

At 3:36 PM on Monday, Roulette Fire Dept. dispatched for a small grass fire near the Johnson's Gravel Pit.

Enhanced Care Nurse Opportunity Available In Kane, PA

Coudersport Ambulance To Rt. 6 West

At 2:29 PM on Monday, Coudersport Ambulance & Medic 6 have been dispatched to Rt. 6 west for a medical emergency.

8th Annual Frosty Hollow Herbal Fair Is Saturday, August 1st Near Coudersport


The Cayuga Blue Notes will be giving a BYOB concert in Wellsboro at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 7.
At 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 7, Wellsboro's First Friday, the Cayuga Blue Notes, a trio based near Ithaca, N.Y. will give a BYOB concert at the Deane Center's Warehouse Theatre Gallery on Central Avenue in Wellsboro.

Lead singer Greg Grodem plays guitar and slide guitar; Pat Barrie, harmonica and guitar; and Jim Reidy, bass and tenor banjo. They will sing Delta and early Chicago blues from the 1920s to 1950s such as "Deep River Blues, Sweet Home Chicago, Dust My Broom," "Stormy Monday" and Ain't Nobody's Business if I Do."

Performing with the band will be blues singer and guitarist Gabe Stillman of Williamsport, Pa.

Seating will be cabaret-style at tables and chairs. Audience members are invited to bring their own snacks and favorite beverages to enjoy during the show. Coffee, tea and snacks will also be available at the Gallery.

Admission at the door is $10 and $5 for seniors and students. Children under 12 accompanied by a parent are admitted free. For more information, call the Deane Center at 570-724-6220.


A Brassy Night in the Black Skies is a free concert being given at Cherry Springs State Park Wednesday, Aug. 5, at 8 p.m., rain or shine. Seating is available or bring chairs or a blanket. In case of rain, the concert will be moved to the pavilion on the south side of the park. Cherry Springs State Park is located at 4639 Cherry Springs Road near Coudersport in Potter County. The park is 12 miles south of Galeton.

This concert came about when Tim Morey of the Hills Creek State Park Complex was talking to Cindy Long, Endless Mountain Music Festival executive director. Long said, “Tim asked me about providing an outdoor concert at the park. I loved the idea. This is the first time we’ve had a concert in Potter County. Our vision is to make music of all kinds available to as many people as we can.”

Morey said the park is sponsoring the event. “This concert is designed for everyone, from children to senior citizens,” he said. It is free and open to the public. Donations will be accepted.

The Brass Quintet includes Luis Engelke and Tom Cook on trumpet; Rebecca Dodson-Webster on French horn; David Sciannella on trombone and Kevin Ladd on tuba. On drums will be Brian Smith.

The musicians will perform a variety of selections chosen for this outdoor performance. The concert will open with the well-known theme of Masterpiece Theater, broadcast on PBS on Sundays. There will be dances, marches like Sousa’s “Washington Post,” the jazz standard “I’m Getting Sentimental Over You” and the “Pink Panther” theme. The concert will end with a traditional Gospel song, “Just a Closer Walk with Thee,” which has been recorded by many different artists.

Following the 1½-hour concert will be a 1½-hour Night Sky Tour. Park staff and volunteers will conduct a laser-guided tour of the constellations. Hear the legends and the myths that surround these patterns in the night sky. Explore planets, star clusters and other deep space objects using park telescopes. The park can be cool and damp; dress accordingly.

The concert is free. Those planning to attend are asked to make reservations by registering on or calling the Lyman Run State Park office at 1-814-435-5010.

For a full listing of Endless Mountain Music Festival concerts, call 570-787-7800 or visit

Adopt a Duck for the Firequacker 2015

The largest fundraiser for the fireworks which blast off every July from the Cameron County High School is underway! Every year ducks race to the finish line with the adoptive parents of the first quacker winning $100, second place $75 and third $50.

The Firequacker 2015 is set to coincide with the The First Fork Festival in October at Sinnemahoning State Park. Numbered ducks may be adopted at Olivett’s Shur Fine on Saturday August 1, at the Cameron County Fair on Thursday August 6 or from the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce.

“If you have a favorite number, contact the chamber office as soon as possible,” advises executive director Tina Johns Solak, “popular numbers sell out fast!” Ducks can be adopted for $2.00 each or a 6-quack for $10.00.

Seneca Resources will match dollar for dollar all money raised during the Firequacker Race. All the funds benefit the yearly fireworks set to blast off from the Cameron County Football Field Saturday July 2

Derrick City Dispatched To Rear End Crash On East Main Street

At 12:50 PM on Monday, Derrick City Fire Rescue & Bradford Ambulance dispatched to East Main Street at the entrance to Beacon Lite for a rear end collision.


This photograph titled “Drops of Peonies” by Ann Kamzelski won "Best of Show" 
at the Grand Canyon Photography Club member exhibit two years ago. The theme 
was “Picture Perfect."
This Sunday, Aug. 2, from 2-4 p.m., the Grand Canyon Photography Club’s Seventh Biennial Member Exhibit titled and themed "One Moment in Time” will open with a reception at the Gmeiner Art and Cultural Center in Wellsboro.

The public is welcome to attend the opening reception. Both the reception and admission to the gallery are free.

The photographs selected from among those submitted by the club’s members will be on display daily from 2-5 p.m. Aug. 3-30. “I have been impressed to see how much the members have improved since our last show and I’m looking forward to seeing this year's entries,” said Bruce Dart, club president. “Our club's monthly critique showcases the work of our members but the general public doesn’t get to see that. This is our chance to share. It's exciting.”

Judges are Dr. Martha Whitehouse, associate professor of art at Mansfield University and Paul Barrett who operates Barrett Photo Creation, a professional photography studio in Hughesville, Pa. They have chosen the best of show and first, second and third prizes in each of the three categories. The categories are: Creatures, including humans; Place & Things; and Creative. The awards will be presented at 3 p.m. this Sunday.

Also, a prize will be awarded to the popular choice for best photo. Those who stop in at the Gmeiner to see the exhibit are invited to vote for their favorite any time between now and Sunday, Aug. 30, the date the show will close. The photograph that receives the most votes will be the People’s Choice Award winner.

For more information about this exhibit, call 570-724-1917 or visit the Gmeiner during gallery hours, 2-5 p.m. daily.

Known Male To Be Charged With Violating Order of Protection At Grover Hollow Residence

Police Say Port Allegany Man Violated PFA Order

Charges Pending For Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia In Genesee Township

Vehicle Backs Into Parked Pickup In Galeton

Endless Mountain Music Festival To Present "Symphonic Chocolates" This Weekend In Mansfield & Corning

Maxime Goulet, composer will be on 
stage to guide the audience as to when 
to eat four bite-sized chocolates in four
different flavors being provided free to 
each person at both Mansfield and 
This Friday and Saturday, the Endless Mountain Music Festival is presenting a chocolate tasting to music during the July 31 concert in Mansfield University’s Steadman Theatre in Mansfield, Pa. and the Aug. 1 concert in the Corning Museum of Glass Auditorium in Corning, N.Y.

Each audience member will be given four different bite-sized chocolates to taste. As the festival symphony orchestra performs his f“Symphonic Chocolates,” composer Maxime Goulet of Montreal, Canada will talk about this four-movement piece and let listeners at Mansfield and Corning know when they should taste each chocolate during the performance.

A package of four flavored 
chocolate musical notes will be
 given to each person attending 
the Endless Mountain Music
Festival concerts at Mansfield 
University's Steadman Theatre
 this Friday and the Corning 
Museum of Glass Auditorium 
in Corning, N.Y. this Saturday.
“This is the first time 'Symphonic Chocolates' will be performed in Pennsylvania and New York,” he said. I'm thrilled about it.” It will also be the first time Goulet has visited this area.

Goulet’s inspiration for writing “Symphonic Chocolates” was a visit to a chocolate shop in Canada. He said, "I was reading the descriptions of the various chocolates when I realized what was being talked about was similar to how musical pieces are described. When you talk about either one, you discuss flavor, texture and contrasts.”

Based on their descriptions, Goulet chose to write music about four specific chocolate flavors – caramel, dark, mint and coffee-infused. Highland Chocolates in Wellsboro, Pa. created the chocolates for the concerts, infusing musical notes with Goulet’s flavors.

Driven by the desire to make music interactive, Goulet has scored several films and more than 25 video games such as The Amazing Spider-Man, Dungeon Hunter, Shrek Forever After, Brothers in arms, Iron Man 2 and Order and Chaos. He has also written 15 classical music pieces, including “Symphonic Chocolates.”

Most of his works are commissioned. "Symphonic Chocolates" is dedicated to his biggest supporters, Boris Brott who conducts the McGill Chamber Orchestra in Montreal and Brott's wife, Ardyth.

Goulet holds a master's degree in composition from the Université de Montréal where he studied with Alan Belkin and has participated in the prestigious ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop in Los Angeles.

“Symphonic Chocolates” is the only selection both concerts will share. All other music being performed will be different.

For tickets or a full listing of Endless Mountain Music Festival concerts being held now through Aug. 8, call 570-787-7800 or visit


Hanako Henty
Composer, performer, student and Pennsylvania native Hanako Henty will be performing on piano, this Thursday, July 30, at 7:30 p.m. at the Keystone Theater in Towanda as part of the 2015 Endless Mountain Music Festival.

Originally from Towanda, Henty is currently working on her second master’s degree at the University of Miami, Florida, where she studies musicology, performs, and works as a teaching assistant at the Frost School of Music. In 2013, she graduated as an outstanding senior from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania with a degree in piano performance. "I am excited to return to Towanda to perform," she said.

Involved with the Endless Mountain Music Festival for five years, this is Henty's first opportunity to play her own compositions on the Keystone Theater stage. In addition to performing solo piano, she will be joined by her professors from Mansfield University, Dr. Jeffery Jacobsen on bass and Dr. Adam Brennan on drums. Also joining the trio will be friend and vocalist Sarah Polinski from Sayre.

During last year's festival, Henty made a surprise guest appearance when she performed with stride pianist extraordinaire, Bram Wijnands, from Kansas City at the Keystone Theater.

When asked what she would play on Thursday, whether it would be jazz or classical, she said, “I am asked that question often. My response is ‘I play music that can and should be listened to, not written off because it is one genre or the other. I love the music of so many different classical composers just as much as I love big band music and tunes from the 'Great American Songbook.'

"For my concert on the 30th, most of my compositions will be ‘jazz.’ Expect to hear something beautiful and worth tapping your toes to. My hope is that the audience will enjoy my music because it's made from the heart and I enjoy sharing it.”

Tickets are $25 per person, free for children and students with ID.

For tickets or a full listing of Endless Mountain Music Festival concerts being held now through Aug. 8, call 570-787-7800 or visit


07/24/2015 10:23 PM EDT
Nature’s Variety has announced a voluntary recall of their Instinct® Raw Chicken Formula for dogs with a “Best By” date of 04/27/16 because these products may be contaminated with Salmonella. Salmonella can affect animals eating the products and there is risk to humans from handling contaminated pet products, especially if they have not thoroughly washed their hands after having contact with the products or any surfaces exposed to these products.
07/24/2015 09:54 PM EDT
Moses Lake Professional Pharmacy is voluntarily recalling human and veterinary sterile compounded drugs which are unexpired to the consumer level due to lack of sterility assurance. The company has not received any reports of product contamination or adverse events to date, and is issuing this voluntary recall out of an abundance of caution following a recent inspection which identified an issue with sterility assurance.
07/27/2015 02:46 PM EDT
Teva Parenteral Medicines today announced a voluntary recall of six lots of Adrucil® (fluorouracil injection, USP) 5 g/100 mL (50 mg/mL) due to the potential presence of particulate matter identified as aggregate of silicone rubber pieces from a filler diaphragm and fluorouracil crystals. The recalled lots are as follows:

Coudersport Dispatched For Gasoline Leak At Rite Aid

At 10:46 AM on Monday, Coudersport Fire Department has been dispatched to Rite Aid on Rt. 6 West for a passenger car leaking gasoline.

Only A Few Days Left To Take Advantage Of Wagner's Big July Savings

Whitesville Dispatched To Rollover Crash OnCounty Road 19 A

At about 1:10 AM on Monday, Whitesville Fire Dept. & Independence Rescue were dispatched to a rollover accident on County Road 19 A. The dispatch reported no injuries. Upon arrival, responders found a female with a possible neck injury and 5 other occupants missing from the scene.

Potter County Fair Continues Monday At Millport Fairgrounds / Extra Horse Show At 10:00AM

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