Saturday, May 12, 2012
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 11:32:00 PM
I cannot believe you cannot pay $5.00 to be on the map for yard sales.
We are a CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, rather some people believe it or not and we have been grandfathered and have everything to show it. Also why do people who are now doing some other things such as fap have to cook on town wide yard sales and try to take business away from us.
Well, we know the people and I don't know how they have enough nerve and why they would want to ask to rent the park and rent the park. The money we make all goes to there for fixing things kids destroy, upkeep, garbage, water, electric, etc. We don't get rich.
Also it is rented every weekend, it is used a lot. I would like to have some responses from people that think we have done a great job for the last 11 years. Maybe some of you should have, and still should, step up to the plate to help, huh???????
We have always done the Easter Egg Hunt and had great prizes and now I hear a certain some one is going to take that over. Find your own s--------to do. We really work hard there to keep it nice. So people who couldn't spend $5.00, go somewhere else to do your fund raising.
C of C
Thanks to all of you who paid to be on the map!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 10:40:00 PM
Route 16 Reopened After Crash
At 9:45 pm on Saturday, Route 16 from Johnson Hollow Road to Maplehurst has been closed due to a motor vehicle crash with possible multiple patients. One occupant is reported pinned under a vehicle. Hinsdale Fire Dept. is on scene.
A HINSDALE FIRE UNIT IS EN ROUTE TO GILE HOLLOW TO SET UP A LANDING ZONE
10:15 PM--ROAD EXPECTED TO BE OPEN BY 11:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 09:58:00 PM
A criminal mischief incident that occurred at Ram Forest Products off State Route 44 in Ceres Township is under investigation by State Police at Kane.
Trooper Roger L. McCloskey said between 5:30 pm on Friday and 4:45 am on Saturday, unknown actor(s) damaged a large warehouse door at the business at 532 Rt. 44 North, Shinglehouse, PA.
Anyone with any information on this incident is asked to contact PSP Kane at 814-778-5555.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 08:53:00 PM
Priceless Ways to Spend Mother's Day
Visitor & Member Services
Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau
There are plenty of opportunities to show some appreciation to your mother this Mother’s Day in the Allegheny National Forest Region, whether it’s creating a craft together, shopping for some bling or sipping some wine.
Mark off the weekend of May 12 and May 13 for mom and treat her to something special here at Trail Central, located in northwestern Pennsylvania, just 90 miles south of Buffalo, N.Y.
You won’t need to needle mom into going to this great little store. Keeping Ewe in Stitches, at 10 Chestnut Street in Bradford, is a wonderful place to pick up your knitting and crocheting supplies and you can even start a project to take home with you.
Call Doris at 814-331-4860 for details.
Another crafty place is Paper to Pages at 20 Congress Street, Bradford. This unique craft store also has classes that can help you create memories that last a lifetime, as well as a place to keep those memories.
Here, you can learn about scrapbooking – including getting all the supplies for it – and can also create a photo scrapbook. Call 814-368-2530 if you’d like to take a class.
And what mom would not want a treat from Miss Maggies, a great place to pick up jewelry, purses and scarves at reasonable prices.
Miss Maggies, located at 241 East Main Street, Bradford, is a one-of-a-kind place where you can find a one-of-a-kind accessory. New shipments come in from Los Angeles and New York weekly. Call Bonnie at 814-362-4277 to find out what’s in store.
After working up an appetite, treat mom to a burger and a shake – and a step back in time – at Burgers & BBQ. Here, poodle skirts are not mandatory, but you wouldn’t exactly look out of place with one on either.
Located at 1020 E. Main St., in Bradford, Burgers & BBQ is the home of the pulled pork burger and serves fresh cut chips with each sandwich. This 50s-style restaurant offers the ambience Betty Boop and Elvis as well as curbside service.
After a morning in Bradford, travel to nearby Kane, about a 30-minute drive, to indulge in herbs, art and wine.
ArtWorks at the Depot at 1 South Fraley Street, conveniently located at the intersection of Route 6 and Route 66, is an artisan cooperative set in a restored 1873 railroad depot.
Enjoy, and possibly buy, some artwork made at the hands of local artisans. Be sure to check out the selection of Holgate Toys, which were once manufactured in Kane. The regular season starts Memorial Day weekend so call ahead at 814-837-8752 for an appointment.
Enjoy a tranquil experience at Edgewood Herbs, at 89 School St. in Kane. Indulge in some specialty made herbal vinegars and handmade soaps after a garden walk here. This is a truly wonderful experience for all of your senses.
Call ahead at 814-837-4832 to see about the gardening and herb classes offered.
After a full day shopping and crafting with mom, “wine” down a little bit by stopping at the Flickerwood Wine Cellars & Lounge. Located at 309 Flickerwood Road in Kane, Flickerwood Wine Cellars offers award-winning wines that will please a variety of pallets whether it is white or red, sweet or dry.
An annual event in the area is a perfect place to take mom to enjoy the great outdoors and do some shopping, too.
Check out the 2012 Arts and Crafts Show at Rock City Park, located at 505 Route 16 South, just outside of Olean, N.Y. The park will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both Saturday, May 12, and Sunday, May 13, and will be packed with a variety of items for you to purchase for mom. Go on Mother’s Day and mom gets in for free. Call Cindy at 716-372-7790 for more information.
You can also put your best foot forward with mom by taking a stroll in the Mansion District in Smethport.
Take a leisure journey back in time when the lumber barons lived in the town of Smethport, the home of the famed Bucktail Regiment of the U.S. Civil War. Some of the buildings highlighted in this tour are the home of Henry Hamlin, who was once the wealthiest private banker in the United States, the Melbury House, once the stopover for slaves escaping north via the Underground railroad and the home of noted Civil War surgeon Dr. S.D. Freeman.
Brochures of the walking tour are available at the kiosk in front of the McKean County Courthouse, 500 West Main Street, Smethport.
You can also request a Smethport Mansion District Walking Tour Brochure, as well as other attractions in the Allegheny National Forest Region, by calling the Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau at 800-473-9370. Information is also available on the region at www.visitANF.com.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 08:45:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 08:08:00 PM
Homeowners Getting Break On School Taxes
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 07:18:00 PM
Motorcycle/Car Crash With Injury On Rt. 321
At 6:20 pm on Saturday, Kane Ambulance and Ludlow Fire Dept. have been dispatched to a motorcycle vs car crash with injuries in front of Bob's Trading Post on Route 321 in Hamilton Township.
MERCYFLIGHT IS AIRBORNE TO KANE COMMUNITY IF NEEDED
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 06:24:00 PM
Ark. man killed, Horseheads man hurt in wrong-way crash on U.S. Rt. 15Star Gazette
An Arkansas man is dead after he drove his car the wrong way on U.S. Route 15 in the Town of Lindley early Saturday morning and collided with another vehicle driven by a Horseheads man, who was seriously hurt in the crash.
The head-on collision occurred at 3:47 a.m. near the Presho-Lindley exit in Steuben County, according to a press release from the Steuben County Sheriff's Office. More...
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 03:10:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 02:17:00 PM
Address: 127 WALCK LN [BENEZETTE]
Cross Streets: ROUTE 555
CREWS ARE ON SCENE AT A REMOTE LOCATION NEAR THIS ADDRESS TO ASSIST A FEMALE WITH A POSSIBLE COMPOUND LEG FRACTURE
Agency: ST MARYS AMB; ELKLAND SEARCH AND RESCUE; ELK COMPANY 5 FD; BENNETTS VALLEY AMBULANCE
5/12/2012 1:20:52 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 01:52:00 PM
Work progresses on the $50 million project to provide a series of new or rehabilitated bridges on Interstate 80 near Mifflinville in Columbia County.
Next week, there will be a daylight lane closure on Tuesday, May 15 on Interstate 80 westbound to remove an old sign structure. There will be a rolling roadblock around 8 a.m. to slow traffic while the overhead structure is removed. The right lane westbound will be closed from mile 235 to mile 236 (Lightstreet Exit) from the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Also on Tuesday from 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. a daylight signing pattern will be used to close the right lane of I-80 eastbound from mile 240 to mile 241 (Lime Ridge Exit) to install new signs.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 01:03:00 PM
Man Cited for Crash That
Blocked I-86 for Several Hours on Friday
Sheriff’s deputies say 29-year-old Ricardo Roman Jr. moved from the driving lane to the passing lane and hit the front end of a tractor-trailer driven by 47-year-old Robert Winchell of Wellsville, causing the truck to go out of control and flip over onto the car.
The tractor-trailer landed on its side and blocked the entire eastbound lane of traffic, and spilled the load of metal shavings onto the road.
Roman and Winchell were both taken to area hospitals for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
Portville Truck led the cleanup effort. The Seneca Nation Hazmat/Spill Response Team along with several police and fire departments were on the scene.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 11:00:00 AM
Coudersport Volunteer Ambulance would like to congratulate Jeanne Mancia! She is the winner of our Moto Scooter Raffle! Jeanne was very surprised and told us that she hasn't won anything since 6th grade! She chose to take the cash prize of 2000.00.
Special thanks to E & G Auto for all of their help!
And a special thank you to our wonderful community for all of your support!
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 10:12:00 AM
NestlÃ© Purina Voluntarily Recalls Single Lot of Therapeutic Canned Cat Food Due to A Low Level of Thiamine (Vitamin B1)
Correction to Date Code in Natural Balance Pet Foodsâ€™ Voluntary Recall Dated May 4, 2012 Due to the Potential for Salmonella Contamination
Hospira Announces A Nationwide Voluntary Recall Of One Lot Of Hydromorphone Hydrochloride Injection 1 MG/ML, (C-II) 1 ML Fill In 2.5 ML Carpuject, That May Contain More Than The Intended Fill Volume
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 09:31:00 AM
|5/12/2012||8:55 AM||FIRE / STRUCTURE||126 WINTER GREEN RD||GENESEE TWP|
9:15 FIRE UNDER CONTROL
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/12/2012 09:03:00 AM
Friday, May 11, 2012
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/11/2012 11:48:00 PM
A Harrison Valley teenager was assaulted Wednesday at 7:00 pm as she walked along North Branch Road, 1/2 mile north of Rt. 49 in Harrison Township.
Melissa Elizabeth Hubler, 18, of 106 Tannery Street, Harrison Valley, PA, was walking south on Morth Branch Road when she was assaulted by an unknown male. She suffered minor injuries.
Anyone with any information is asked to please contact PSP Coudersport at 814-274-8690. Trooper Gerg is the investigator.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/11/2012 10:56:00 PM
Usually it's the locals who get caught breaking into downstate people's camps and stealing things. This time it is a downstate man who is accused by State Police with breaking into three camps in Gibson Township, Cameron County.
State Police arrested Michael Altman II, 42, of Shadyplain Rd., Appolo, PA, and charges him with breakins at camps owned by Marc Weinhardt, of Laport, PA, Paul Adams of Carlisle, PA, and Barry Trate of Dansville, PA.
Trooper James P. Yoder said Altman was taken into custody and arrested on May 9, 2012. He was arraigned on charges of Criminal Trespass (F2), Criminal Attempt (F2), Theft by Unlawful Taking (M2), Receiving Stolen Property (M2), and Criminal Mischief (summary) before District Judge Barry Brown.
Judge Brown set bail at $15,000. unsecured. Altman was committed to the Potter County Jail on unrelated charges filed by PSP Coudersport.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/11/2012 10:49:00 PM
Two men were not hurt but their vehicle sustained moderate damage when they hit a landslide that crossed both lanes of travel on Route 120 at 4:45 am on May 3, 2012.
Tyler W. Rittenhouse, 22, of Red Lion, PA, and his passenger, Michael J. Keener, 27, were traveling west bound on Route 120 in a 2007 Dodge 2500, about a mile east of Rt. 872, when after rounding a right curve, the driver encountered a large mound of dirt across both travel lanes. Rittenhouse was unable to avoid the collision and struck the landside.
Trooper Christopher D. Bock was assisted at the scene by local fire police/personnel and PennDOT. No citations were filed due to the circumstances of the crash.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/11/2012 10:24:00 PM
Over 170 Volunteers were honored at each of the Senior Centers. Volunteers
deliver meals to the homebound, help at the senior centers and AARP Tax Counselors assist
senior citizens with their income tax and property tax/rent rebates.
Prime Time Health Advisory Council members were honored at the Coudersport Volunteer Luncheon.
Aging Advisory Council members were honored at their May meeting.
|Shelly Jones sang and played her guitar at the Ulysses Senior Center|
|Volunteers at the Galeton Senior Center socialized during their Volunteer|
|The Coudersport High School Jazz Band entertained at the Coudersport Senior|
Center Volunteer Luncheon,
Which was held at the Coudersport American Legion.
|Oswayo Valley School Students entertained at the Oswayo Valley Senior Center|
Their performances included a piano solo, saxaphone solo, male soloist and
the female duet pictured above.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/11/2012 08:03:00 PM
BRADFORD, Pa. – Dr. Tammy Haley, assistant professor of nursing, has received the 2012 Chairs’ Faculty Teaching award for excellence in teaching at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.
“Tammy stands out for her high teaching scores, her leadership in a campus outreach project to help a struggling clinic in Cameroon, Africa, and in the way she brings an analytical, evidence-based nursing approach to Pitt-Bradford students,” said Dr. Mary Mulcahy, associate professor of biology and chairwoman of the Division of Biological and Health Sciences, who nominated Haley.
Haley was chosen for the award by the chairmen and chairwomen of Pitt-Bradford’s five academic divisions.
In choosing an award recipient, the chairpersons reviewed letters of recommendation, student evaluations of teaching, syllabi and grade distribution. They also considered the teachers’ knowledge of subject matter and their advising and dedication in working with students beyond the classroom in such activities as internships and research projects.
The award, which is now in its 11th year, is open to any full-time faculty member who has taught at Pitt-Bradford for at least three consecutive academic years.
In June 2011, Haley and nursing student Amy Silvis traveled together to Cameroon to help bring money and medical supplies to the Good Samaritan Clinic in the town of Ekona. Although everyone in the nursing program helped to raise the money and gather the supplies for the effort, Haley was one of the leaders of this effort and worked with students across campus to coordinate the distribution and transport of the supplies.
“Dr. Haley has an impressive active research program and recent publication,” Mulcahy said, “including a 2011 publication in the Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing.”
Mulcahy said that Haley is also an exceptional classroom teacher. “She has used the audience response system to her courses, where student responses to questions are recorded electronically during a lecture. She integrated a ‘food day’ across the entire nursing curriculum as a way of instructing students about the importance of food in societal issues.”
In her observations of Haley in the classroom, Mulcahy said, “I was impressed by her calm, interactive and very collegial approach to teaching. Tammy is an instructor who is moving around the room all the time, even in a large class, asking questions and leading the students in discussion. I do not recall ever having been in a class that involved instruction of math where students appeared so attentive to the instructor.”
Haley is the coordinator of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at Pitt-Bradford. She holds a Master of Science in Nursing and recently completed her doctorate in nursing from the Pitt School of Nursing.
Before coming to Pitt-Bradford in 2003, she worked for the Family Health Council Inc. of Bradford, where she was the primary provider in the Family Planning office. She lives in Bradford.
Past recipients of the Chairs’ Faculty Teaching Award are Isabelle Champlin, Dr. Hashim Yousif, Dr. Jean Truman, Andrea Robbins, Dr. Helene Lawson, Dr. Joanne Burgert, Dr. Nancy McCabe, Donald Lewicki, Dr. Donald Ulin and Dr. Lauren Yaich.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/11/2012 07:19:00 PM
The underwater mural, which was created by members of the Pitt-Bradford Art Club, depicts an underwater scene with shipwreck, circling shark, monstrous octopus, jellyfish and a peaceful sea turtle.
The mural was initiated by Dr. Ron Binder, associate dean of student affairs, who liked the tradition of murals in Pitt-Bradford’s academic buildings and thought they would also brighten up residence halls on campus.
The three previous murals on campus, however, had been produced by members of the art faculty along with their students. Binder asked resident assistant Sierra Kelly to head up the project. In addition to being an RA, Kelley had taken one of Pitt-Bradford’s mural classes last spring with Oleg Gotchev, a visiting professor from the National Academy of Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Kelly, a psychology major with an art minor from Claystown, Pa., who was also president of the campus art club, agreed and began brainstorming the idea with Jenny Trippett, an entrepreneurship major from Lemont who will be club president for the 2012-13 academic year, and other art club members. They also consulted with Gotchev on the design.
Kelly said that the students liked the idea of a colorful scene during Bradford’s snowy winters and decided that each of the resident halls should depict different scenes from nature, beginning with the ocean.
The residence life office paid for the paint for the murals, and Binder hopes to have murals painted in Reed-Coit House and Fesenmyer House also.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/11/2012 07:11:00 PM
Internship, Student Experience Help Put Grad in Fulltime Job
DuBOIS – Anne Ziegler, of Ridgway, graduated from Penn State DuBois on a Saturday, and started her full-time job in the accounting department at Goodwill Industries of North Central Pennsylvania the following Monday. However, what may appear as a ride on the fast track is really due to Ziegler's ability to work hard and seize good opportunities.
Ziegler returned to college as an adult learner after years of running her own nail salon. Looking for a career change, Ziegler said she mustered up the courage to enroll at Penn State DuBois and pursue a bachelor's degree in business with an emphasis in accounting.
"It's a major decision to go back to school as an adult learner," she said. "But you have to remember that you're not the only one doing it. We're all doing it together and with support from other adult learners and people on campus, you can do it. You don't know what doors might open up for you."
The doors that would open for Zeigler included the opportunity to work for Goodwill part-time while completing her degree. Armed with the same confidence she had built up while making her decision to become a student again, she answered a classified ad Goodwill had placed in the newspaper advertising the part-time accounting job. She remembered, "I was looking for something to compliment my degree and give me experience that would apply to my new career. I applied for the position not knowing how this would turn out."
It turned out to be the very beginning of Ziegler's new career. She went to work, part-time, at Goodwill's Falls Creek office in January of 2011, over a year before she graduated with her degree.
"Goodwill was willing to work with me; work around my schedule, and willing to teach me the things I didn't know yet," Ziegler said, noting that the combination of experience and employment that she had obtained was an ideal fit with her various roles as a wife, mother, and student.
Then, administrators at Goodwill decided to establish an internship program. With good relationships already established, Ziegler was also able to land the internship at Goodwill, filling a requirement of her curriculum.
"The internship actually expanded my knowledge of accounting and working with payroll," Ziegler said, explaining that the internship guidelines required her to work beyond the responsibilities of her initial part-time position. "Goodwill Industries of North Central Pennsylvania employs 400 people at 35 locations, so the payroll work can be complex."
The experience Ziegler gained through her part-time work and internship led to more opportunity as Goodwill looked to expand their accounting department. With her Penn State degree under her belt, Ziegler rose to the top of the candidate pool.
"I think the business curriculum at the campus gave me a well-rounded education," Ziegler said. "I was able to contribute to so many areas, and that opened more doors for me."
Ziegler's supervisor, Chief Financial Officer at Goodwill Industries of North Central Pennsylvania, Tom Glasl agreed. He said, "She's been fantastic. She came very prepared, and that's why we gave her the internship here."
Glasl said that before Ziegler, Goodwill did not offer many internships, but that is about to change.
"Her internship here showed us what to do and how well internships can work," Glasl said.
Goodwill now plans to take on one Penn State DuBois student intern each semester.
"They get a great experience. We are a traditional non-profit, but we're run like a business. So, they get a good look at both non-profit and business operations," said Glasl.
As an intern, turned employee, Ziegler said the experience was just what she was looking for. The new Penn State DuBois alumna now looks back fondly at how far she has come, while she looks ahead to future accomplishments.
"I have met a lot of goals that I set for myself five years ago. I'm very happy," Ziegler said. Her experience, however, has also inspired her to keep learning. "I'm planning to take more classes, and maybe go back for a master's."
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 5/11/2012 07:09:00 PM