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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Walk in Penn’s Woods

Pennsylvania literally means Penn’s Woods. Penn’s Woods is one of the state’s prized Crown Jewels. Not only does it provide a significant timber resource, but it provides incalculable value as a water resource, pollution filter, carbon store, wildlife habitat and biodiversity reserve, and of course a great source of recreational and aesthetic enjoyment. It is also a resource challenged by invasive plants and diseases, mismanagement, development pressure, and legacy issues.

As a statewide effort to build appreciation for forests, the people who care for them, and the importance of tending them, the ‘Walk in Penn’s Woods’ is a day with organized woods walks in each Pennsylvania county. Anticipated to become an annual event on the first Sunday in October, this inaugural Walk in Penn’s Woods will take place this year on October 1, 2017.

In McKean County, a woods walk is happening at the Donald J. Comes Natural Resources Learning Center, located on Rt. 46 four miles south of Smethport and one mile north of Crosby. From 1:00 to 3:30, join us for a day in the woods and enjoy a guided walk to learn about the history of the forest and the trees, plants, and wildlife in our area. Forestry professionals will also be on hand to discuss what you can do to protect and manage the forest. Our event is one of over 60 happening across the state.

For more information, contact Stephanie Hinz at Penn State Extension (887-5613) or Jody Groshek at the McKean County Conservation District (887-4001).

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GALETON BOROUGH COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING SEPTEMBER 13, 2017

The regular meeting of the Galeton Borough Council was held this date in the Borough Office with the following members present: Michael Messino, Douglas Droppa, Rob Pflug, Joe Petrenscik and Denny Dean. Not present was Ron Tarabori.

Others present were: Mayor Salvadge; Chief Brackman; Solicitor-Mike Plummer; Citizens- Jim Cimino, Randy Ferguson, Drew Stultz and Rita Randolph; and Borough Secy-Andrea Caracciolo

President Messino called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM followed by the Pledge to the Flag.

MINUTES

After reviewing, a motion was made by Doug Droppa, seconded by Joe Petrenscik approving the 8/9/17 minutes as presented. All were in favor, motion carried.

TREASURER’S REPORT

After reviewing, a motion was made by Rob Pflug, seconded by Joe Petrenscik approving the July/August 2017 treasurer’s report as presented. All were in favor, motion carried.

CITIZEN’S PARTICIPATION

Harold McConaghay attended the meeting to inform Council that all the trees hanging onto Sherman Street on Brewery Hill is a dangerous situation especially when there is church in the old Community Building and all the cars are parked up the hill. It was noted that the crew is currently trimming around town and will soon be to Clintontown, but that they will be told to make this a priority.

Jim Cimino attended the meeting to inform Council of all the speeding that is taking place on upper Germania Street. He said there are many little children that play on that street now and it is dangerous. He wondered if the speed limit could be reduced or possibly patrolled more often. Chief Brackman said that he would see to the problem.

Drew Stultz was asked to attend the meeting so that he could discuss the situation of his garage with Council. It has been almost a year since he purchased the property and he was given a chance to take care of the garage. It is a dangerous structure with the roof remaining as it is. He was told that if he could at least remove the remaining roof for now that it would be in compliance with the ordinance as far as safety goes, then would be given more time to work on the rest of the repairs.

Randy Ferguson attended the meeting to discuss his situation of having received a letter from the Code Officer to remove all the junk cars on his property on West Street. After a very lengthy discussion it was left that he is to remove the cars as originally instructed.

Rita Randolph attended the meeting as an interested citizen that might be purchasing property in the Borough. She was here to observe.

MAYOR

The Mayor only had one item and that was concerning the letter that he received from the PA Route 6 Alliance on the façade grant that was obtained for businesses on Route 6 in the Borough if interested. It is great and Council hopes that businesses are able to take advantage of it.

POLICE

Chief Brackman presented his monthly report:

Traffic citations – 24
Traffic warnings – 21
Non traffic citations – 6
Criminal arrests – 4

The Code Enforcement report was discussed. The two individuals that have water runoff problems with their driveways and are in violation of our Stormwater Management Ordinance have been sent letters.

BOROUGH SECRETARY

The annual quote for maintenance on all our generators was received from Cleveland Brothers in the amount of $4,390.00, this includes parts, travel time, mileage and labor on all seven generators.
A motion was made by Joe Petrenscik, seconded by Doug Droppa accepting this quote for the maintenance on our generators. All were in favor, motion carried.

The new 5-year agility agreement with PennDot was presented. The Borough will receive $1,274.23/yr. for the next 5 years in return for our crew doing winter maintenance on the state roads in the Borough which are Germania Street, Union Street, Fifth Street and Bridge Street. A motion was made by Doug Droppa, seconded by Rob Pflug entering into this new 5 year agreement with PennDot. All were in favor, motion carried.

The secretary told Council that she heard from White’s Garage regarding the roller. They said that the engine is shot. A used engine was researched on EBAY and also a new one from a Deutz parts dealer. A new one costs approx. $6,900.00 plus labor and a used one was around $3500.00 but was not in very good condition. Council said to go with a new one and then get a quote for the engine and labor for the next meeting.

ORDINANCES

Rob Pflug presented a sample ordinance from Pike Township that pertains to the guidelines of putting in a new driveway. He would like the members to review it and then discuss it at the next meeting.

OLD BUSINESS

The secretary presented a poll that was taken by Beth Lounsbury on School Street of all the residents from the section of Maple Ave. to Oak Street that would be affected by making it a One-way street. All residents said “No” with the exception of one that was “No Comment” to making it a one way street. Council agreed to table the subject.

NEW BUSINESS

The secretary presented the 2018 Minimum Municipal Obligation for the pension plans. The Police MMO is $35,010 and the Municipal Employees MMO is $19,841. A part of each MMO will be paid by State Aid monies.
A motion was made by Rob Pflug, seconded by Doug Droppa accepting the 2018 MMOs for the pension plans as presented. All were in favor, motion carried.

Rob Pflug gave an overview of the previous night’s Authority meeting.

-CDBG monies for the sewer plant project is not looking promising for us. Tony and Tom are attended the public meeting to see who receives the grant.
-The Authority made a motion to remove the 10% penalty on the total water and sewer amount due and went back to just penalizing the current monthly bill the 10%.
-A salesman for re-pipe liner attended the meeting to discuss this method instead of replacing the current transmission line at the Wetmore. Nothing was decided yet because the Authority needs a cost on this method and on the crew putting in a new line to compare.
-The Authority’s Long Term Control Plan is still in compliance but needs a few revisions. Out engineers will be working on that.

BILLS

A motion was made by Joe Petrenscik, seconded by Rob Pflug to pay the bills for the month of September. All were in favor, motion carried.

ADJOURNMENT

A motion was made by Joe Petrenscik, seconded by Denny Dean to adjourn. All were in favor, motion carried. The meeting was adjourned at 9:15 PM. The next regular meeting will be October 11, 2017.

Welcoming Addison Gail Neal Born At Cole Memorial Hospital.


Harold K. Lynch, 86, of Smethport, PA

Harold K. Lynch

Harold K. Lynch, 86, of Smethport, PA, passed away Sunday (September 17, 2017) in the Bradford Regional Medical Center, Bradford.

He was born Sept. 5, 1931 in East Smethport, a son of Raymond M. and Vera M. Putt Lynch. On Dec. 22, 1954, in Smethport, PA, he married Donna M. Earl, who died March 21, 1997.
Korean War Veteran

Mr. Lynch was a 1950 graduate of Smethport High School. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force, serving from 1950 to 1953, during the Korean Conflict.

Harold worked for the Quaker State Refinery and Petrowax of Farmers Valley for 33 plus years, until his retirement in 1993.

He was a member of American Legion; Bucktail Post #138 of Smethport, the Smethport Country Club, Smethport Sports Boosters, was a former Little League and Babe Ruth Baseball coach for many years, and was a huge Pittsburgh Steelers and Pittsburgh Pirates Fan. Harold loved to play golf.

He is survived by:

three daughters: Sandra (Robin) Maynard of Smethport, Sharon (Lawrence) Linnan of Fredericksburg, VA, and Sue Lynch of Vancouver, WA

two sons: Steven Lynch of Turtlepoint and James (Adele) Lynch of Tampa, FL

three grandchildren: Jackie Good, Angie Simmons, and Krystal Glass

four great-grandchildren: Donna Good, Tyler Simmons, Katy and Jaron Glass

several step-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren

one sister-in-law: Jane Lynch of OH

and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents and wife, Harold was preceded in death by one brother, one sister and an infant niece.

Visitation will be held on Thursday (Sept. 21) from 2-4 and 6-8 P.M. at Hartle-Tarbox Funeral Homes, Inc., 2 Bank St., Smethport, where services will be held on Friday, September 22 at 10:00 am, with the Rev. Vincent P. Cieslewicz, pastor of St. Elizabeth Church, officiating. Burial will be in St. Elizabeth Cemetery, Smethport. Military Honors will be accorded by the American Legion; Bucktail Post #138, Smethport. A Christian Wake service will be held on Thursday at 3:30 PM.

Memorials may be made to McKean County SPCA, 80 Glenwood Ave., Bradford, PA 16701. Online condolences may be made at www.hartle-tarboxfuneralhomes.com.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Hartle-Tarbox Funeral Homes, Inc., Smethport.

Photography Field Trip

In this course, photographer Curt Weinhold will focus on macro to landscape photography at Lyman Run State Park. Class is scheduled later in the day to take advantage of the late light.

Participants should at the Education Council’s Coudersport office at 1:30 p.m. and follow Curt to the Shop ‘N Save parking lot in Galeton. If you prefer, you can go directly to Shop ‘N Save and meet Curt at 2 p.m. From there, you will drive to Lyman Lake for the class.

Please bring lenses from wide angle to telephoto along with a tripod and polarizing filter, if available. In addition, bring your camera, fully charged with a suitable memory card. Wear comfy clothes and shoes, and bring water.

This class is being held on Friday, September 29, 2017 from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. The cost is $55.00 per person. Registration deadline is September 27. To register, visit www.pottercountyedcouncil.org or call 814-274-4877.

Lane Restriction Tomorrow on I-80 EB in Columbia County

9/19/2017--Montoursville, PA – Motorists in Columbia County are advised there will be a lane restriction tomorrow on Interstate 80 eastbound between Buckhorn and Lightstreet.

The right (driving) lane will be closed from approximately 8 AM to 3 PM for a patching operation.

There may be delays. Motorists should be alert and drive with caution through the work zone.

10-28 Paint The Town Yellow 5K Run/Walk Galeton Yellow Ribbon Club.



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PA Drilling Permit Violation Issued

PA Permit Violation Issued to Swn Production Co Llc in Lenox Twp, Susquehanna County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2017-09-18 to Swn Production Co Llc in Lenox Twp, Susquehanna county. 78.91(a) - PLUGGING - GENERAL PROVISIONS - Upon abandoning a well, the owner or operator failed to plug the well to stop the vertical flow of fluids or gas within the well bore under 25 Pa. Code ?? 78.92 ? 78.98 or an approved alternate method.
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Coudersport woman charged after alleged dog attack

By MARCIE SCHELLHAMMER Era Associate Editor 
marcie@bradfordera.com
The Bradford Era

A Coudersport woman was arraigned Monday on allegations of assault after her dog bit her young child in the face.

Erika Benson, 24, of 403 Hill St., is charged with aggravated assault with extreme indifference to human life, a first-degree felony; endangering the welfare of children, a third-degree felony; simple assault and endangering the welfare of a child, first-degree misdemeanors; recklessly endangering another person, a second-degree misdemeanor; harboring a dangerous dog and failing to have a dog licensed, summary offenses. 

According to court records, at 6:53 p.m. Jan. 18, police were dispatched to the Hill Street residence for a dog bite. Police found a 6-year-old girl had been bitten on the face and neck by a pit bull/lab mix dog, which was now contained in a crate.

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Frank P. Frontino, 95, of 89 Pleasant St., Bradford, PA

Frank P. Frontino


WWII Veteran
Frank P. Frontino, 95, of 89 Pleasant St., Bradford, passed away Friday, September 15, 2017, at Joanne's House at Hope Hospice, Bonita Springs, FL.

Born January 25, 1922 in Bradford, he was a son of the late Sameul and Mary (Michelizio) Frontino.

Frank was a 1941 graduate of St. Bernard School.

On November 22, 1942 he enlisted in the United States Army. He served in Central Europe and Rhineland as a Chauffeur. He was honorably discharged January 15, 1946.

On May 23, 1952, he married Florence E. (Ralston) Frontino who died December 30, 2000.

Frank was employed as a Professional Fire Fighter for 42 years at the Bradford Fire Department. He had the honor of serving as Chief his last ten years.

He was a lifetime member of St. Bernard Church.

Surviving is one son Edwin (Mary) Frontino, of Altoona, two daughters, Lea (Jim) Haven, of Naples FL, and Sandra DeGolier, of Bradford, three grandchildren, Hailey Frontino, Steven (Sara) Haven, and Nicholas Haven, three great grandchildren, Angelina Haven, Nicholas Haven Jr. and Ava Haven, and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his wife, two sisters, Connie Grillo, and Lucy Backer, and four brothers Joseph, John, Paul and Phil Frontino.

Family will be receiving friends on Friday, September 29, 2017, from 4:00pm to 7:00pm in the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes, Inc. 33 South Ave.., where a prayer service will be held at 9:30am Saturday, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00am in St. Bernard Church, with Rev. Raymond Gramata, pastor as Celebrant. Full Military Honors by members of the United States Army and the Bradford American Legion Post #108 and burial will follow in Willow Dale Cemetery.

Members of the Bradford City Fire Department both active and retired will serve as Honor Guard from 4:00pm to 7:00pm in the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Bernard Elementary School or a charity of the donor's choice.

On line condolences may be made at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

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Winfield “Bugsy” Neal II, 57, of Westfield, PA

Winfield “Bugsy” Neal II

Winfield “Bugsy” Neal II, 57, of Westfield, PA, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, September 18, 2017 at his residence. 

He was born August 21, 1960, in Wellsboro, PA, the son of the late Winfield B. and Dorothy Mary (Hurd) Neal.

Winfield was employed by River Valley Country Club as a groundskeeper. He was a member of the VFW in Knoxville as well as a member of Chatham Twp. VFC. 

Winfield enjoyed hunting and fishing; he was an avid outdoorsman. He loved to watch NASCAR and Yankee’s baseball with his brother Rick; in addition, he loved to barbeque chicken.

Surviving is his son, Tyler Neal (Paiton) of Mansfield; grandchildren, Bean Neal and soon to be Koree Neal; five brothers, Richard Neal (Sandy), Lynn Neal (Barb), Philip Neal (Peggy), George Neal (Linda) and Steven Neal (Lois); two sisters, Janet Hill (Bob) and Amy Getz (Denny). 

In addition to his parents, Winfield was preceded in death by his infant brother, James Neal.

Friends and family are invited to Winfield’s Life Celebration on Friday, September 22, 2017 from 4-7 PM at Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, 139 Main St. Wellsboro. Memorial service to follow at 7:00 PM.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Chatham Twp. Volunteer Fire Co., 1575 Blair Creek Rd., Westfield, PA 16950 or Howard S. Lines VFW Post #6753, PO Box 221, Knoxville PA 16928.

Local arrangements are entrusted to Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home. To share your fondest memories of” Bugsy”, and sign his guestbook, visit www.tusseymosher.com

Still Looking For Mickey

We have not given up hope on finding Mickey. Please continue to keep your eyes open for him. 

While he has been missing for over a month, we still search for him daily. He may be living in a barn or shed or under someone's porch. He is missing from the Williams Way and Route 872 area. 

We are still offering the $200 reward for any information on his safe return. If you may have seen him please call or text Laura at 814-596-8821.

Public Invited To Electric Hotline Demonstration Today at Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department


Lawrenceville Dispatched to One Vehicle Rollover Crash with Entrapment

At 10:30 AM on Tuesday, Lawrenceville Fire Rescue & Ambulance with Wellsboro ALS dispatched to a location in front of 18355 Rt. 287 for a rollover accident with a vehicle on its roof in the ditch with entrapment and possibly one injury. Tioga has been dispatched mutual aid. Now reporting one patient with confinement.

Tri-County Rural Electric Guys Are Home After Hurricane Work In Georgia

Planning is underway for a Seed Swap / Homesteading event to be held in Potter County

‘Do Not Call’ List Wards Off Unwanted Phone Calls

Pennsylvania Bureau of Consumer Protection advises telephone customers that they can limit the number of unsolicited calls they receive by signing up for the Do Not Call Program. A list of phone numbers is updated and provided to telemarketers on a quarterly basis. Telemarketers in Pennsylvania are required to purchase this list and must remove every name on it within 30 days. 


If they don’t, they can be fined up to $3,000. If they get caught a second time, the sanctions are stiffer. 

There are two ways to register your home phone and cell phone numbers. You can call 1-888-382-1222 or you can visit the website, donotcall.gov. Your phone numbers will remain on the Do Not Call list. You do not have to renew it.

Exceptions are made for calls in response to a consumer’s previously expressed request; calls made in reference to a debt, contract, payment or performance; established business relationships and calls made on behalf of a tax-exempt charitable or fraternal organization, veterans organization, political group or candidate.

Meeting On Potter County Human Services

Hundreds of people are directly affected by programs offered by Potter County Human Services (PCHS), but few take the opportunity to provide input on how those services are delivered. 

An Advisory Board that’s in place to accommodate public comments and suggestions will hold its next meeting on Thursday, Sept. 21, at 5:30 pm in the PCHS building at Roulette. PCHS operates programs for victims of alcoholism and other drug abuse, older citizens, the mentally ill, children who are at risk, and the intellectually disabled. Advisory board members are appointed by the Potter County Board of Commissioners. Anyone interested in being considered for appointment to the board should contact the Commissioners Office at 274-8290, extension 207.

During the board’s most recent meeting, members reviewed the Children & Youth Services Department, which experienced a decrease from 77 abuse reports in 2015 to 65 last year. Some of the cases that were investigated were determined to be unsubstantiated, according to director Joy Glassmire. This could be the result of misinformation, false reporting/retaliation, the application of discipline that did not meet the criteria for abuse, or other factors. Glassmire discussed many other elements of the C&YS program that support the safety and well-being of Potter County’s children and she complimented her staff for its dedication to that mission.

Also at the most recent meeting, members discussed changes in the Medical Assistance Transportation Program and other transportation challenges that are inherent in a rural, low-population county. There was also discussion of trends in drug and alcohol abuse services.

Members attending were Susan Valentine, Bob Wicker, Norman Weeks and LeAnne Brodhun.

Business Facade Meeting Scheduled Wednesday In Coudersport

Businesses in several Potter County communities may be eligible for funding to help pay for cosmetic improvements under a grant being administered by the Pennsylvania Route 6 Alliance and the Pennsylvania Wilds organization. 

Maximum grant is $5,000 and must be matched dollar-for-dollar by the property owner. Included in the “regional façade improvement program” are Galeton, Coudersport, Austin and Ulysses boroughs, as well as the townships of Roulette, Eulalia, Sweden, Ulysses and Pike. Those interested in learning more are invited to attend a public meeting at 10 am Wednesday, Sept. 20, at the Gunzburger Building in Coudersport.

“To attract visitors and most other kinds of investment, communities need to appear welcoming,” said Pa. Wilds Center executive director Ta Enos. “This program helps communities achieve that.” 

Eligible types of restoration activities include design assistance, paint, signs and repair or replacement of awnings. More information is available from the Pennsylvania Route 6 Alliance office in Galeton, telephone 814-435-7706.

"The Mather Homestead" Antique Estate Auction on Saturday, September 23, 2017 in Wellsville, NY.

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Elk County Ammo & Arms Will Be In Williamsport & Watsontown To Buy Your Guns On Wednesday & Thursday

Dedicated CDL Driver Needed In Bradford, PA For Dry Van Operation


You Are Invited To The Fall Ladies' Conference At Emporium Alliance Church Saturday, September 23, 2017

Teachers: Farmers Insurance Offers A Preferred Discount For Going The Extra Mile

J-Squared In Roulette Offers Transmission, Drive Line Rebuilds & Other Automotive Repair

REV Hoopes Trucking, LLC is Hiring Class A CDL Drivers & Diesel & Heavy Equipment Mechanics

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Estate Auction Saturday, September 23, 2017 In Westfield, PA

Patrick J. Hoopes Company Seeking To Hire Several Class A or B CDL Drivers For Water Hauling

Emporium Volunteer Fire Dept. Gun Bash Tickets Are Still Availabl

Tickets are still available and can be purchased by calling 814-486-1595, 814-486-3075, or 814-486-3821.

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Monday, September 18, 2017

Coudersport VFD Annual Golf Tournament Saturday


54th All-American Dairy Show News For Monday, September 18th


54th All-American Dairy Show
Pennsylvania, New York Senior Cows Top Premier National Junior Ayrshire Show
Old-Bankston JC Bri’s Bikini-ET, the Four-Year-Old and Senior Champion owned by Landree Fraley of Muncy, Lycoming County, Pa. won the Premier National Junior Ayrshire Show Monday, September 18, during the 2017 All-American Dairy Show at the Pennsylvania Farm Show and Complex Expo. More...

Congratulations to Landree Fraley of Muncy, Lycoming Co., for winning Grand Champion Jersey of the 2017 Premier National Junior Show at the 2017 All-American with Stoney Point Excitation Euphoria-ET. Hayden Reichard of Chambersburg, Franklin Co., claimed the Reserve Grand Champion Jersey title with Reich-Dale Vaden Strollin. (L-R) 2017 Pennsylvania Jersey Queen Lane Kummer, Hayden Reichard, Landree Fraley, and 2017 National Jersey Queen Maria Jo Noble.


Fraley Claims Grand Champion Honors at Premier National Junior Jersey Show
Stoney Point HG Euphoria-ET exhibited by Landree Fraley of Muncy, Lycoming Co., Pa., earned grand champion honors at the 2017 Premier National Junior Jersey Show held during the 2017 All-American Dairy Show on Monday, Sept. 18, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show and Complex Center in Harrisburg. More...

Stoltzfus Claims Champion Guernsey Honors for Third Year in a Row at Premier National Junior Show
Cleh Tin Farm B Henrietta, a four-year-old cow owned by Kaila Stoltzfus, East Earl, Lancaster County, took Grand Champion honors at the Premier National Guernsey Show held at the 2017 All American Dairy Show on Monday, September 18, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show and Complex Center, Harrisburg. More...

Lawrence County Aged Cow Tops Premier National Milking Shorthorn Show
Kara Yannesse of Edinburg, Lawrence Co., won Grand Champion Milking Shorthorn with Designer Genes Rambo Butterscotch at the 2017 Premier National Junior Milking Shorthorn Show held during the 2017 All-American Dairy Show on Monday, Sept. 18, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show and Complex Center in Harrisburg. More...

Boop’s Beloved Holstein Wins Champion
J&K-Vue Goldwyn Glamour, exhibited by Douglas Boop of Millmont, Union County, brought home Grand Champion honors from the 2017 Premier National Junior Holstein Show held during the 2017 All-American Dairy Show on Monday, September 18, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show and Complex Center in Harrisburg. More...

REDTAG DESTRY SNEEZY-RED-ET Wins Grand Champion at 2017 Red and White Premier National Junior Show
REDTAG DESTRY SNEEZY-RED-ET, a four-year-old cow, exhibited by Chase Savage from Union Bridge, Md., received Grand Champion honors at the Premier National Junior Red and White Show at the 2017 All-American Dairy Show on Monday, September 18, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show and Complex Center in Harrisburg. Chase also won senior champion. More...

Cutting Edge HP Gwen Tops Junior Brown Swiss Show
Cutting Edge HP Gwen, exhibited by Aaron Sparling, won Grand Champion at the 2017 Premier National Junior Brown Swiss Show during the 2017 All-American Dairy Show on Monday, September 18, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg. More...

The All-American Dairy Show, the largest show of its kind in the nation, features nearly 3,000 dairy cows and 1,500 exhibitors from around the country. It also hosts the nation’s only all-dairy antiques show.

Congratulations to Jayden Andrews of Mansfield, Tioga Co., for winning Intermediate Champion Milking Shorthorn of the 2017 Premier National Junior Show at the 2017 All-American Dairy Show with Millcreek Royalty Lona-TW. Madisyn Wright of DeKalb Junction, N.Y., claimed the reserve intermediate champion title with Windholm Sunflower Gold EXP. (L-R) 2017 Maryland Dairy Princess Sydnie Grossnickle, Madisyn Wright, Jayden Andrews, and 2017 National Milking Shorthorn Queen Jaydyn Isiminger.

Coudersport Rotary Club News – September 19, 2017

L-R- Ruth Ellen Moore Sallade, President, Coudersport Rotary Club ; Ms. Christina Fink, Guest Speaker
President, Ruth Ellen Moore Sallade introduced her guest speaker, Christina Fink. Ms. Fink is a John Maxwell certified coach, teacher, and speaker. She offers Workshop/Seminars that will empower personal and professional growth. 

Services offered include, Mastermind Groups; Coaching; Keynote speaker; Halfday and Fullday Workshops/Seminar, and In-House Corporate Training. Ms. Fink stated that “Everyone Communicates, Few Comment”. Connecting increases ones influence in every situation. Learning to identify with people and relate to others is essential in ones influence with them. One needs to be a successful leader, and to do that one needs to learn to communicate in a way that connects with others. If you can connect with others –one-on-one, in groups and with an audience-your sense of community improves, your ability to create teamwork increases, and your influence skyrockets. People who connect with others have better relationships, experience less conflict and get more things done than those who cannot communicate.

Ms. Fink received her teaching in Elementary Education from Houghton College in Western New York. She then began assisting her husband in and managing his Multidisciplinary Clinic. This ultimately led her to her own business, Delightful Living. This role allowed her to sharpen her skills at speaking, teaching, guiding and encouraging her clients in achieving healthy lives. Using the JMT methods of Leadership Training Christina will help individuals grow personally and professionally. Many thanks to Christina Fink for a fun-filled, informative program.

“Success is No Accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing.” ~Pele

Welcoming Caleb Mathew Beichner Born at Cole Memorial


Cole Memorial Seeking Energetic, Dependable Individuals To Do Custodial, Janitorial, Housekeeping & Food Service Duties

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PSP Investigating Vandalism of Woman's Vehicle


Tussle Invlolving Multiple people results in Harassment Charges


Speeding results in Charges for Untaxed Cigarettes


Coudersport State Police release August, 2017 Summary


21 yr old Tioga Man receives Multiple Charges after entering a residence half naked


Lawrence Township Man Charged with DUI


Domestic Incident in Gaines results in Harassment Charges


Mansfield Man found Unresponsive in His vehicle Determined to be DUI


Accident in Middlebury Township caused by Deer



OPEN INTERVIEWS FOR RN'S, LPN'S & CNA'S AT PSA HEALTHCARE IN SMETHPORT, PA ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21ST


2017 Medicare Annual Open Enrollment Events for Potter County

There is a vast amount of information associated with Medicare, much of it is complicated and it changes every year. If you’re going to be on Medicare soon, there is information available to help you make informed decisions about your Medicare choices. If you are already on Medicare, there is information that will protect your rights and may help lower your out of pocket expenses. If you are caring for family members on Medicare, there is information to help you ensure they receive the best care available under Medicare.

The Potter County APPRISE Program, a free health insurance counseling program designed to help Pennsylvanians with Medicare, has specially trained counselors to answer your questions and provide you with objective, easy to understand information about Medicare, Medicare Supplemental Insurance, Medicaid, and Long-Term Care Insurance.

Local APPRISE counselors will be available to assist Potter County residents at these Events:

• Falling Leaves Outdoor Show: Friday, October 6, 2017 and Saturday, October 7, 2017 at the Courtyard Square in Coudersport from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm each day, weather permitting.
• Representative Martin Causer’s Senior Expo: Friday, October 13, 2017 at the Roulette Fire Hall, 12 Riverside Drive, Roulette, PA 16746 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
The following Medicare Open Enrollment Events are by appointment only. Please call the Potter County Human Services Area Agency on Aging and ask for Barbara Busch, APPRISE Coordinator, at 1-800-800-2560 or 814-544-7315 to schedule a private Medicare counseling session.

October Appointments

• October 18, 2017, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm – Ulysses Library, Main Street, Ulysses
• October 19, 2017, 11:30 am to 5:00 pm- Galeton Public Library, 5 Park Lane, Galeton
• October 20, 2017, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm- Potter County Human Services, 62 North Street, Roulette
• October 25, 2017, 10:30 am to 4:30 pm- Oswayo Valley Memorial Library, 103 North Puritan Street, Shinglehouse
• October 27, 2017, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm- Potter County Human Services, 62 North Street, Roulette
• October 30, 2017, 10:30 am to 7:00 pm- Coudersport Public Library, 502 Park Avenue, Coudersport

November Appointments

• November 10, 2017, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm- Potter County Human Services, 62 North Street, Roulette
• November 14, 2017, 12:30 pm to 6:00 pm- Oswayo Valley Memorial Library, 103 North Puritan Street, Shinglehouse
• November 15, 2017, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm- Ulysses Library, Main Street, Ulysses
• November 16, 2017, 11:30 am to 7:00 pm- Galeton Public Library, 5 Park Lane, Galeton
• November 17, 2017, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm- Potter County Human Services, 62 North Street, Roulette
• November 20, 2017, 10:30 am to 7:00 pm- Coudersport Public Library, 502 Park Avenue, Coudersport
December Appointment
December 4, 2017, 9: 00 am to 4:00 pm- Potter County Human Services, 62 North Street, Roulette

Appointments are limited and time slots fill up fast! Be sure to schedule your appointment in advance. For more information about the APPRISE program or other supports and services provided by the Potter County Human Services Area Agency on Aging, please call 1-800-800-2560 or 814-544-7315. 

Fish Fry, Roulette VFD This Friday, Sept. 22nd; Eat In or Take Out

9-22 Fish Fry, Roulette VFD