J & J Tire & Auto

J & J Tire & Auto

J & J Auto

J & J Auto

Gleason Motor Sales

Gleason Motor Sales

Schoolhouse Health Foods

Schoolhouse Health Foods

Northern Tier Trading Company

Northern Tier Trading Company

Howards

Vintage Bi-Plane Rides

Vintage Bi-Plane Rides

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Saturday, November 24, 2012

Driver Charged With DUI From October Crash

As a result of a crash on October 13, 2012 at 6:25 PM at 6 Oak Lane in Roulette Township, a Roulette man has been charged with DUI by Trooper Derrick Watters.

Clayton Preston Hudson, 48, of 22 Ash Lane, Roulette, PA, was charged with being under the influence of drugs when his vehicle struck a parked car in a driveway and then parked his car in his driveway, a short distance away from the scene of the crash.

Troopers Investigating Burglary In Genesee Township

An investigation is continuing  into a burglary that occurred between May 1 and November 11, 2012 at 1976 McGinnis Road in Genesee Township. 

Elizabeth Bricker of 8421 Nestle Avenue, Northridge, CA, told Trooper Gerg that asctor(s) forcibly entered the location and removed a silverware set.

Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP Coudersport at 814-274-8690.

Burglary At Bollhurst Bus Garage On Tennessee Road

Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a burglary that occurred between November 10 and 13th at the Bollhurst Bus Garage on the Tennessee Road in Hebron Township.

Trooper Derrick Watters said actor(s) opened an  unlocked overhead door and made entry to spray paint a garage door inside, but did not take anything.

Anyone with information should contact PSP Coudersport at 814-274-8690.

Port Allegany District IX Football Champions

Port Allegany District IX Football Champions






Paul Burdick Sports Images
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Coudersport Ambulance To Fisher Drive

At 10:37 pm on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to Fisher Drive in Sweden Township for a medical emergency.

Port Allegany Gators beat Clarion 47-8

From the District 9 championship game
Port Allegany Gators beat Clarion 47-8

Thanks for a great performance.

Nick Conway- game's first touchdown

Tyler Shaffer

Matt Bodamer gets past T.J. Armstrong for a touchdown

Clarion band

Gators are winners

Photos by Leo Szczesny of SunkenbranchPhotography.com

Coudersport Ambulance To Troupe Road

At 10:23 pm on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance & Medic 6 have been dispatched to Troupe Road for a medical emergency.

Oil/Gas Leasing: Knowing options before there are none

DECISIONS  AFTER  LEASING…
Protected Choices

Throughout the Twin Tier region (PA & NY) leasing subsurface resources has existed for over a hundred years.  Like all  industries since early days … the technology has expanded!  From development to production to marketing, to the innumerable uses that now exist for natural gas and oil, everything has changed.  While in recent years it may have felt like an explosion in our midst, in truth generations before us had to make business decisions about their same resources … natural gas and oil.

Readers who can identify with having leased acreage, “regardless of the document’s age” may be surprised to learn that options exist to up-date an already-signed lease.  It’s not difficult to find  someone who has already been approached by his/her leasing company … a company that wants to alter  or expand upon original lease wording.  However comfortable (or not) landowners have been with their current lease holdings, understand that this change is inevitable. 

What steps will landowners take to update their own knowledge before they sign an altered leasing document?  The choices made can change current lifestyles and those in the future.  The same holds true for our environment. Throughout Twin Tier territory storage leases and pipeline leases have always been a part of our lives.  None of the above is “news”.  It’s our history. Time to check over  leases that may be “older than the hills”, or newer ones expiring within a year or two. Has everything happened that you were expecting?

Knowing  options before there are none, is an opportunity being presented by Penn State professionals and natural gas/oil attorneys on November 29th @ 6:00 PM, Firemen’s Meeting Hall, 171 Rte 6W, Coudersport, PA  $15/person

Registration is encouraged by calling 814.887.5613, or online
This event is sponsored by Penn State Marcellus Educational Consortium.  
Education is the answer.

HUNTING LICENSES NO LONGER NEED TO BE DISPLAYED

HUNTING LICENSES NO LONGER NEED TO BE DISPLAYED
Hunters and trappers are reminded they no longer are required to display their licenses on an outer garment, said Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe.

“The Game Commission supported legislation that was enacted last year and took effect earlier this year to remove the statutory requirement that licenses be displayed,” Roe said. “Hunters now may place their hunting license in their wallet with other ID, as they are required to have a second form of identification with them while hunting.”

Mabel A. Boorum, 94, of Route 155, Port Allegany, PA

Mabel A. Boorum
Mabel A. Boorum, 94, of Route 155, Port Allegany, PA, passed away Saturday (Nov. 24, 2012) at her home, with her family by her side.

Born Aug. 13, 1918, in Liberty Township, PA, she was a of daughter G. Fred and Birdie M. Balliet Mantz. On Nov. 16. 1944, in Port Allegany, she married Gerald C. Boorum, who died Aug. 24, 1993.

Mrs. Boorum worked for Sylvania Co. formerly of Emporium, and later as a waitress at the former Barnwood Inn of Port Allegany.

She was a member of the Chestnut Street Baptist Church of Port Allegany. She had taught Sunday school in the former Evangelical United Brethren Church of Port Allegany for many years.

Surviving are four sons, James G. (Linda) Boorum, Dean E. (Becky) Boorum both of Port Allegany, John F. (Diane) Boorum of Lehighton, PA, and Thomas G. Boorum of Old Town, FL; a daughter, Faye D. (Jack) Zuidema of Alachua, FL; 12 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren; a sister, Hazel Bowen of Gainesville, FL; and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Gerald, two grandsons, Scott and Brian Boorum; sisters, Leona “Jimmy” Bryan and Millie Coppersmith; and two brothers, Lyle and Howard Mantz.

Friends will be received from 4-7 p.m. Monday in the Switzer Funeral Home, Port Allegany, where a funeral service will follow at 7 p.m. with Rev. Dale Post, pastor of the Chestnut Street Baptist Church, and Rev. H.D. Youngblood, Jr., co-officiating. Burial will be in Portage Valley Cemetery, Port Allegany.

Memorials can be made to the Chestnut Street Baptist Church.

New Heights Dance Theater present NUTCRACKER IN MOTION

New Heights Dance Theater present NUTCRACKER IN MOTION
Saturday, December 15 2012, 3:00 pm matinee
Sunday, December 16, 2012, 3:00 pm matinee
Tickets/Reserved Seating: Adult - $18; Senior Citizen - $12; Youth (ages 5-17) - $12 and Children (ages 1-4) - $8. Special rates available for non-profit groups with 10 or more. 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or Order Now.

New Heights Dance Theater, a Resident Dance Company of Clemens Center is proud to present a family friendly holiday classic featuring classical ballet, jazz, tap and acrobatics, with outstanding scenery and incredible special effects with an electrifying black-light scene.

Join Clara as she welcomes her friends and their families in a holiday celebration where a special person comes with gifts that come alive. The party is over and the house is quiet… or is it? Stay with Clara as she meets the Magic Wisps, the Mouse Queen and her mischief mice along and the Snow Queen and her graceful snowflakes.

Stay with Clara and take a magical journey through the “Land of the Sweats”, where she will meet many wonderful characters including the beautiful Sugar Plum Fairy, a Spanish Senorita, some chopping Chinese, an Arabian Princess, Mother Ginger & her Gingersnaps, some high kicking Russians & Candy Canes, Marzipan with her adorable sheep and the Gardeness dancing in her garden during the beautiful Waltz of the Flowers.

Come experience a wonderful rendition of a timeless classic. Call today!

Coudersport Fire Dept. Calls


11/24/2012 @approx.1642 Box 48-02 Cdspt Boro. dispatched to a two vehicle crash with rollover on E. Second St. Upon arrival two vehicles blocking both E & W bound lanes in the area of E. Second and Mill St., PT's self extricated. Rescue 48-8 with crew and officers responded. CVAA transported to CCMH, PSP-Cdspt investigated, vehicles were removed from the scene.

11/24/2012 @approx.1740hrs dispatched to box 48-07 Hebron Twp. SR 44 N. Upon arrival, found one vehicle off the roaway in the area of National Fuel gas and Tennessee Rd. on SR 44, with no one around..checked area well and flagged/tagged vehicle and returned units. Eng 48-2, Rescue 48-8 responded with crews and officers. Assisted by CVAA and PSP-Cdspt.

Serious Motor Vehicle Accident Near Cuba Lake

Serious Motor Vehicle Accident 
At 6:50 pm on Saturday, Cuba, Friendship, Clarksville and Belfast ambulances have been dispatched to a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of the North Shore Road and Mt. Monroe. Medic 700 dispatched from Wellsville. 

Amelia W. Murray, 71, of Rushford, NY, was flown to a Buffalo trauma center, but was pronounced dead on arrival. Other victims were transported to Olean Hospital.

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MVA On Rt. 44 North of Coudersport

MVA On Rt. 44 North of Coudersport
At 5:50 pm on Saturday, Coudersport Dept. 48 has been dispatched to the area of 821 Rt. 44 north for an MVA.

Roulette Dispatched for Disabled Vehicle In Roadway on Rt. 6

Disabled Vehicle In Burtville Cut
At 5:44 pm on Saturday, Roulette Fire Dept. has been dispatched to the Burtville cut for a disabled vehicle in the roadway which soon became a

2 Vehicle Crash at Burtville Cut
Requesting full response. Slippery Road Conditions. PennDOT notified extremely slippery roads. Reporting only minor injuries. Ambulance en route to Charles Cole Hospital at 6:27 pm.

6:52 pm--Route 6 has reopened at the Burtville Cut--Units returning & Available 

Smethport Dispatched To Rt 46 North For A MVA

At 5:13 PM on Saturday Smethport was dispatched to Rt 46 North  for a MVA.

HARVEST REPORTING AVAILABLE VIA POSTCARD, ONLINE OR TELEPHONE

HARVEST REPORTING AVAILABLE VIA POSTCARD, ONLINE OR TELEPHONE    
Those participating in the upcoming deer season will be able to file their mandatory harvest reports through the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s online system; the toll-free Interactive Voice Response (IVR) telephone harvest reporting system, which is 1-855-PAHUNT1 (1-855-724-8681); or via postage-paid postcard.

To report a deer harvest online, go to the Game Commission’s website (www.pgc.state.pa.us), click on “Report Your Harvest” above the “Quick Clicks” box in the right-hand column, click on “You can link to PALS by clicking here,” check “Harvest Reporting,” scroll down and click on the “Start Here” button at the bottom of the page, choose the method of validating license information, and click on the checkbox for the harvest tag being reported.  A series of options will appear for a hunter to report a harvest. After filling in the harvest information, click on the “Continue” button to review the report and then hit the “Submit” button to complete the report. Failing to hit the “Submit” button will result in a harvest report not being completed.


Hunters should have their Customer Identification Number (hunting license number) and field harvest tag information with them when they call, and should speak clearly and distinctly when reporting harvests, especially when providing the Wildlife Management Unit number and letter.


“Hunters may report one or more harvests in a single session,” Roe said. “Responses to all harvest questions are required.


“Hunters who use the toll-free number to submit a harvest report will receive a confirmation number, which they should write down and keep as proof of reporting.  Those who report online should print or save a copy of their harvest report submission as proof of reporting.”


Roe noted that hunters still have the option to file harvest report postcards, which are included as tear-out sheets in the current digest.


“We certainly are encouraging hunters to use the online reporting system, which will ensure that their harvest is recorded,” Roe said.  “The more important point is that all hunters do their part in deer management and report their harvested deer to the agency.”

Coudersport Fire Dept. Calls


11/20/2012-Box 48-02 Cdspt Boro @ approx. 1955hrs. dispatched to a 2 vehicle accident on Larch st with multiple occupants. Engine 48-2, Rescue 48-8, 48 Officers/Crews responded, upon arrival all refused treatment, both vehicles were drivable. Assisted by CVAA and Investigated by Cdspt Boro PD.

11/23/2012 - Box48-05 Sweden Twp @ approx. 1453 responded to a reported Chimney fire/ Structure- Brookland rd x Rooks Rd. Arrived and extinguished a small fire that broke out around the chimney area. Engine 48-1. and Tanker 48-5. responded with 48 Officers/crews. No damage to the garage.

Rt. 287 Blocked By MVA Between Morris & English Center

Rt. 287 Blocked By Crash
At 12:11 pm on Saturday, Morris Fire Rescue and Ambulance are responding to a one vehicle accident on Rt. 287 between Morris & English Center. Report one injury. Roadway completely blocked.

Our areas first snow fall of the year..

Our areas first snow fall of the year..Please leave early, give your self extra time and drive a little slower, for roads are snow covered and slippery.

RT. 219 Completely Blocked By Wrecked Tractor Trailer

RT. 219 Completely Blocked
At 11:39 am on Saturday, Bradford Township & Lafayette Township Fire Rescue with Bradford City Ambulance have been dispatched to a MVA with an 18 wheeler into a tree on Route 219 in the area of Kennedy Springs.
FIRE POLICE HAVE BEEN CALLED OUT TO CLOSE THE ROAD AT LANTZ CORNERS NORTHBOUND & SOUTHBOUND AR LEWIS RUN

Rollover Crash Near Ranger Station

Rollover Crash Near Ranger Station
At 11:00 am on Saturday, Fire Rescue from Lafayette and Corydon along with Bradford City Ambulance are responding to a report of a rollover motor vehicle accident 1 mile south of Rt. 59/321 intersection near the Ranger Station.
REPORTING ONE OCCUPANT UNINJURED, VEHICLE ON ROOF

Busy Morning For Tioga County Responders

Busy Morning For Tioga County Responders

2012 - 2985811/24/20129:49 AMMOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT MAPLE HILL RD BLOSSBURG BORO
2012 - 2985611/24/20129:13 AMMOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ROUTE 660 DELMAR TWP
2012 - 2985211/24/20128:01 AMMOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT 97 WOLF RUN RD DELMAR TWP
2012 - 2985011/24/20127:49 AMMOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT RT 15 S LANE S OF MANSFIELD
2012 - 2984911/24/20127:44 AMMOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ROUTE 15 SOUTH TIOGA TWP
2012 - 2984711/24/20127:35 AMMOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CATLIN HOLLOW RD&MUCK RD CHARLESTON TWP
2012 - 2984611/24/20127:27 AMMOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CATLIN HOLLOW RD CHARLESTON TWP
2012 - 2984511/24/20126:56 AMMOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT ROUTE 15 N SOUTH OF THE BLOSSB
2012 - 2984411/24/20125:33 AMMOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT LOCEY CREEK RD MIDDLEBURY TWP
2012 - 2984111/24/20121:43 AMHAZMAT 7203 COREY LAND RD WELLS TWP

Large Drug Operation Found in Elk Co.

Large Drug Operation Found in Elk Co.

A Brockport man is in jail after a federal search warrant uncovered an elaborate drug operation in his home. 
  A federal warrant was executed earlier this month at the home of 54-year-old James Volpe following a four-month investigation. 

At the house, police found 65 marijuana plants growing behind a false wall in the basement, along with growing equipment and digital scales. They also found more than a pound of methamphetamine, $2,600 in cash, and a pill-making machine with, according to the criminal complaint, hundreds if not thousands of pills. Police also found a .22 caliber handgun in Volpe’s garage. 

He is charged with possession and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and illegal possession of a firearm. He is on federal probation, and prohibited from having a firearm. 

Volpe is in jail in lieu of $25,000 bail. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Wednesday in front of District Judge Tony King.
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Free Parking For Holiday Shoppers In Downtown Coudersport

Free Parking In Coudersport 
The Coudersport Borough Council and Mayor would like to wish everyone a great holiday season and their gift is once again free parking in downtown Coudersport from Friday, November 23, 2012 through January 1, 2013 to allow everyone the opportunity to support the local merchants

The free parking is for 2 hours only to allow others to park also. Handicap parking rules are still enforced. 

Happy Holidays

Found cat in Coudersport

My Mother-In-Law recently found this black and white Male cat hanging around near her home in the S. Main Street Extension area of Coudersport. 

We would like to find it's owner or a home for him before it gets too cold. Please call 814-203-1999 if this is your cat or if you can help find a home or him. Thanks so much!

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
949 AM EST SAT NOV 24 2012

...FIRST LAKE EFFECT SNOWS OF THE SEASON WILL CONTINUE THROUGH
INTO TONIGHT...

WARREN-MCKEAN-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...WARREN...BRADFORD
949 AM EST SAT NOV 24 2012

...LAKE EFFECT SNOW ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT EST
TONIGHT...

* LOCATIONS...NORTHWEST MOUNTAINS...ESPECIALLY THE LAKE EFFECT
SNOWBELT OVER THE NORTHERN PORTIONS OF WARREN AND MCKEAN
COUNTIES.

* ACCUMULATIONS...AN ADDITIONAL 2 TO 4 INCHES THROUGH TONIGHT.
STORM TOTALS OF 4 TO 6 INCHES OF SNOW.

* IMPACTS...MANY ROADS WILL BECOME SNOW COVERED AND SLICK. THIS
WILL BE THE FIRST WINTER DRIVING OF THE SEASON. THOSE TRAVELING
FOR THE HOLIDAY SHOULD ALLOW SOME EXTRA TIME TO REACH YOUR
DESTINATION.

* WINDS...NORTHWEST 10 TO 20 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 30 MPH.

* VISIBILITIES...OCCASIONAL HEAVY SNOW SHOWERS AND SQUALLS WILL
REDUCE THE VISIBILITY TO A HALF MILE AT TIMES.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A LAKE EFFECT SNOW ADVISORY MEANS LAKE-EFFECT SNOW WILL MAKE
TRAVEL DIFFICULT. LAKE-EFFECT SNOW TYPICALLY FALLS AS NARROW BANDS
OF HEAVY SNOW WITHIN A LARGER AREA OF LIGHTER SNOWFALL. VISIBILITIES
CAN BECOME REDUCED VERY RAPIDLY...SOMETIMES TO NEAR ZERO OVER ONLY
A SHORT DISTANCE. USE CAUTION WHEN TRAVELING.

REPORT SNOW ACCUMULATION TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BY
CALLING 1-800-697-0010...POSTING TO THE NWS STATE COLLEGE FACEBOOK
PAGE...OR USING TWITTER @NWSSTATECOLLEGE. ADDITIONAL FORECAST
DETAILS CAN BE FOUND AT...WEATHER.GOV/STATECOLLEGE.

Recalls

11/23/2012 07:31 PM EST
Legendary Baking of Denver, Colorado is recalling 726 Private Selection 9-Inch pies labeled as “Apple Lattice” with a UPC of 1111060195 and Lot Code 12296 (located on side of aluminum pie tie, because the pies may contain undeclared EGGS. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to EGGS may run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

Slippery Roads Reported In Some Area Localities


... Lake effect Snow Advisory in effect from 7 PM this evening to midnight EST Saturday night...

The National Weather Service in State College has issued a lake
effect Snow Advisory... which is in effect from 7 PM this evening
to midnight EST Saturday night.

* Locations... northwest mountains.

* Accumulations... 1 to 2 inches tonight... 2 to 4 inches on
Saturday... leading to storm totals of 3 to 6 inches by Saturday
night. The heaviest... most persistent snows will be over the
snowbelt region in northwest Warren County.

* Impacts... roads will become snow covered and slick. This will be
the first winter driving of the season. Those traveling for the
Holiday should allow some extra time to reach your destination.

* Winds... west 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph... increasing
to 15 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph on Saturday.

* Temperatures... falling into the upper 20s and lower 30s tonight.
Near steady temperatures in the low 30s on Saturday. Lows in the
mid 20s Saturday evening.

* Visibilities... occasional heavy snow showers and squalls will
reduce the visibility to as low as a half mile at times.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A lake effect Snow Advisory Means Lake-effect snow is forecast
that will make travel difficult in some areas. Lake-effect snow
typically falls as narrow bands of heavy snow within a larger
area of lighter snowfall. Given the nature of lake effect snow...
visibilities can become reduced very rapidly... sometimes to near
zero over only a short distance. Plan on extra travel time
because conditions will require you to slow down. Stay tuned to
NOAA Weather Radio or your favorite source of weather information
for the latest updates. Additional details can also be found at...
weather.Gov/statecollege.

Friday, November 23, 2012

COUNTDOWN TO DEER SEASON HAS BEGUN

COUNTDOWN TO DEER SEASON HAS BEGUN
HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania’s only unofficial holiday - the Monday after Thanksgiving – marks the opening day of the two-week general deer season, and will feature nearly 750,000 individuals sporting fluorescent orange throughout Penn’s Woods, according to Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe.

PA Game Commission Photo

Antler restrictions in place this year mirror those from the previous year.  For Wildlife Management Units (WMUs) 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B and 2D, hunters need to identify three antler points, not including the brow tine, which is the point immediately above the antler burr. In the remainder of the state, antler restrictions remain a minimum of at least three points on one side. 


Statewide, all junior license holders, mentored youth hunters, disabled hunters with a permit to use a vehicle and resident active-duty U.S. Armed Services personnel have a minimum antler restrictions of one antler with at least two points, or one antler three or more inches in length.


For those hunters in 11 WMUs, there is a split-season structure, in which the first five days (Nov. 26-30) are open for antlered deer only and the remaining seven days (Dec. 1-8) are open for antlered and antlerless deer.  Those WMUs are 2A, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F, 2G, 3B, 3C, 4B, 4D and 4E.  In the other 11 WMUs, antlered and antlerless deer are in season from Nov. 26-Dec. 8.


“In addition to being a rich part of our state’s heritage, deer season is critical in managing Pennsylvania’s whitetails,” Roe said. “The efforts of hunters are far-reaching; they help to keep deer populations in check, and enable the agency to meet deer management goals that benefit those who reside, visit or travel through this state.”


Roe noted that hunters will need to make sure that they have done their pre-season scouting, as fall food conditions, development, posted property and other factors will impact deer movements.


“Deer will respond to food availability and hunter pressure, both of which can vary from year to year, and from one area to another,” Roe said. “Pre-season scouting can improve a hunter’s chance for success this year.


“Recognizing the impacts dramatic changes on the landscape may have on deer movements will be just as important – if not more important – as identifying those locations where deer are feeding regularly. Spending time afield before season often leads to better hunting opportunities.”


Hunters must wear 250 square inches of fluorescent orange material on the head, chest and back combined at all times while afield during the seasons. They also are advised that it’s illegal to hunt, chase or disturb deer within 150 yards of any occupied building without the occupant's permission if they are using a firearm, or 50 yards if they are using a bow or crossbow.


During the two-week season, hunters may use any legal sporting arm, as outlined on page 45 of the 2012-13 Digest.  Rifles are not permitted to be used in Allegheny, Bucks, Chester, Delaware or Montgomery counties, however, shotguns and muzzleloaders are legal.  Deer hunters in Philadelphia may use only bows or crossbows.


All hunters who take a deer must fill out their harvest tag and attach it to the deer’s ear before moving the carcass. The tag can be secured to the base of the ear with a string drawn very tightly, if the hunter plans to have the deer mounted. Cutting a slit in the ear to attach the tag will require additional work by a taxidermist.


For those hunters who plan to visit both a deer processor and taxidermist, it is important to remember that state law requires the deer harvest carcass tag to remain with the head at the taxidermist, and that a second hand-made tag containing the name, address and license number of the person who harvested the deer and the location of the harvest should remain with the rest of the carcass going to the processor.


Roe noted that properly licensed bear hunters who still possess an unused bear tag come deer season may take a bear during all or portions of the first week of deer season, but only in certain WMUs.  Sale of bear licenses will continue through Nov. 16, after which it will close and then reopen briefly Nov. 22 to 25. Specific seasons and reporting requirements for taking bears during deer season are outlined on page 36-38 of the 2012-13 Digest issued with the purchase of a hunting license.  The Digest also may be viewed on the Game Commission’s website (www.pgc.state.pa.us).

Empereon Adds Employees; More Jobs Opening

Empereon Adds Employees; More Jobs Opening

November 23rd, 2012
empereonEmpereon Marketing, a customer contact center in Coudersport, has hired close to 50 new employees since October. Workforce now stands at about 120, twenty of whom are in management positions. Workforce recruiter Mike Roche reports that more jobs are open and as many as 50 new ones will be created soon. A monthly open interview process allows for hiring of new workers on the spot. Empereon also has an online application system and an incentive program for current employees who make successful referrals. No customer service or sales experience is needed for most of the jobs, since the company provides training. Health insurance kicks in after 90 days of service. There is also a performance bonus that can substantially increase pay.

Most workers make outbound calls, but some accept inbound customer service inquiries and provide technical support. Empereon, based in Phoenix, Ariz., is an outsourcer handling customer contacts for cable giants Cox, Time Warner and Charter, as well as satellite TV providers and major media chains. The company moved into the former Adelphia “Tennis Center” after that building was donated to the Potter County Redevelopment Authority by Time Warner Cable. People interested in job opportunities at Empereon Marketing should visit the website empereonmarketing.com, or contact Mike Roche at 814-260-1088.

(Photo: Empereon CEO Travis Bowley addresses local officials in Coudersport during a welcome ceremony for the company at the Adelphia/Time Warner Tennis Center.)

Serious Injuries In Early Morning Crash On Minard RunRoad

Accident on Minard Run Road
WESB NEWS
Emergency crews were called to an accident near the top of Minard Run Road at about 4:30 this morning. They set up a helicopter landing zone at the Pennhills Club. Multiple patients are being taken to the BRMC emergency room. At least two tow trucks were called to the scene. We'll have more information as it becomes available.

 Names Released Minard Run Road Accident
The names were released of those involved in the crash early Friday morning on Minard Run Road in Bradford. 

According to Bradford Township Police, 18-year-old Garrett Hoy of Smethport was driving with three other passengers and traveling East on Minard Run when Hoy swerved to avoid a deer. Hoy's Ford Focus crossed the center line and collided head-on with a Plymouth Neon operated by 19-year-old Ashley Shonts of Cyclone. Emergency responders extricated Shonts from her vehicle and she was flown to ECMC in Buffalo for injuries. She is listed in fair condition. 18-year-old Sarah Hurd of Bradford was a passenger in Shonts's vehicle and was flown to Hamot Medical Center in Erie after being transported to BRMC. She is also listed in fair condition. 30-year-old Frank Deblaso of Smethport, a 15-year-old male from Gifford and a 16-year-old from Port Allegany were all passengers in Hoy's vehicle and taken to BRMC for treatment. Hoy was eventually flown to Hamot Medical Center after being taken to BRMC. He is also listed in fair condition. 

Both vehicles were total losses and towed from the scene. The investigation is continuing and charges are pending against Hoy.

Johnsonburg Man Hurt in Crash

Johnsonburg Man Hurt in Crash

A Johnsonburg man suffered major injuries in a one-vehicle crash Thursday morning on Johnsonburg Road just south of Route 255. 
  Police say 28-year-old David Boylan was north on 255 when his pickup truck went out of control on a curve, crossed the road, hit a guardrail, and spun around. 

Boylan was not wearing a seatbelt and was taken to Altoona Regional Medical Center for treatment of his injuries.
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Possible Structure Fire In Otto Township

 Possible Structure Fire In Otto Township
At 8:45 pm on Friday, Firefighters from Otto Township, Rew, Eldred Township, and Derrick City have been dispatched to 21 Timberlake Lane for a possible structure fire.
CHIEF ON SCENE SAYS UNITS HOLD IN QUARTERS EXCEPT OTTO TOWNSHIP
9:02--ALL UNITS RECALLED EXCEPT STATION 9 UNITS

West Creek Road Closed By Fallen Pole & Wires

West Creek Road Closed 
At 8: 40 pm on Friday, Fire Police from Emporium and St. Marys have been dispatched to control traffic on West Creek Road which is closed by a fallen pole and live electric wires.

STATE POLICE HAVE BEEN CALLED TO INVESTIGATE, POWER COMPANY IS ON WAY, 3 POLES ARE REPORTED DOWN.

House Fire With Burn Victim In Middlebury Township

Structure Fire In Middlebury Township

11/23/20128:28 PMFIRE / STRUCTURE 84 WILSTON LN MIDDLEBURY TWP
Middlebury and Tioga Fire Depts. and Corning 101 due to respond. Reporting one burn patient on scene.
SECOND ALARM CALLED
CHIEF ON SCENE REPORTS FIRE IN BACK OF HOUSE, PERSON WITH BURNED HANDS
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Michael P. Rose, 85, of 15 Vista Circle,Bradford, PA

Michael P. Rose, 85, of 15 Vista Circle,Bradford, PA, passed away Friday, November 23, 2012 at Bradford Regional Medical Center. 

Funeral arrangements are incomplete, and will be announced with a full obituary by the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes, Inc. Online condolences can be expressed at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

Sandra L. Cramer, 69, of 2 Bushnell Street, Bradford, PA

Sandra L. Cramer, 69, of 2 Bushnell Street, Bradford, PA, passed away, Wednesday, November 21, 2012, at The Pavilion at BRMC.  

Funeral arrangements are incomplete, and will be announced with a full obituary by the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes, Inc.  Online condolences can be expressed at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

Area Teams Confer On Sustainable Tourism Development

Nine teams attend PA Wilds 2nd regional conference on sustainable tourism development

The Lumber Heritage Team
Several dozen residents from around the Pennsylvania Wilds gathered this month in St. Marys to jump start projects from their areas during the PA Wilds Planning Team’s 2nd regional conference on sustainable development.

“PA Wilds Fall Workshop: Connecting Nature, Economy, and Community Character,” was held Nov. 8-9 at the Red Fern and attracted nine teams from several different counties looking to advance sustainable tourism projects important to their areas and that revolve around the region’s natural and cultural assets.

The Port Allegany Team
The teams included:

a group from Elk County looking at creating the “Boulderdash” adventure race that links land stewardship, outdoor recreation and health improvement goals;
  
a region-wide team working on long-term sustainability of the PA Wilds Artisan Trail; 
 
a trails team from Clarion County looking to develop a strategic plan
 
a team of businesses from Jefferson County looking to establish their area of the Wilds as a destination for corporate wellness programs and retreats; 
 
a team from Clearfield County working on revitalization efforts in Curwensville and connections to the West Branch Susquehanna Water Trail; 
 
a team from the Lumber Heritage Region working on their organization’s management plan update; 
 
a team from Tioga County that wants to better link natural and cultural assets to boost tourism; 
 
a team from McKean County working on downtown revitalization in Port Allegany
 
and a team from Potter County looking to capitalize on increased foot traffic to Cherry Springs Dark Skies Park by positioning a nearby town to be a gateway to the park. 

Teams were structured to include a diverse membership with participants being community leaders, elected officials, business owners, land managers and tourism professionals.

The PA Wilds Artisan Trail Team
Over two days participants heard from regional, state and national experts on topics relevant to the region, and then worked as a team in a structured setting to flesh out their project ideas and next steps. Speakers included leaders from the Center for Rural Pennsylvania, the PA Department of Community and Economic Development, and keynote Ed McMahon, a leading authority on community planning and sustainable tourism development. Participants also heard from the people behind three local projects that have garnered regional attention – the Pennsylvania Kinzua Pathways in Warren County; the Cameron County Artisan Center, a star on the PA Wilds Artisan Trail; and the Austin Dam project in Potter County.

Galeton Dark Skies Team
McMahon’s presentations and the opportunity to network with teams and leaders from around the region were identified by participants as favorite elements of the conference.

The conference, offered by the PA Wilds Planning Team, is similar to one the group held in 2007, which led to several successful community-driven tourism projects in the region.

“Residents know best what projects have potential in their areas, but it is sometimes hard to find the time or opportunity to get the right people around the table to advance these good ideas or tie them into what is going on regionally with tourism,” said Planning Team Chair Dan Glotz. “The fall conference is just a first step for the teams. Our hope is the participants will build on the plans they developed at the workshop – and that they’ll be in a better position to do that now that they are connected into the regional network that is the backbone of the Pennsylvania Wilds Initiative.”

Dept 48 Dispatched To Brookland Rd For A Chimney Fire

At 3:00 PM on Friday Dept 48 was dispatched to Brookland Rd. for a Chimney Fire.

Christmas Tree Sales Benefit T.R.A.C.K.


Jocelyn M. SAUNDERS, 17, of Genesee, PA

Jocelyn M. Saunders
Jocelyn M. SAUNDERS, 17, of Genesee, PA, died Tuesday, November 20, 2012 in Whitesville, NY. 

Born January 22, 1995, in Coudersport, PA, she was the daughter of Gerald and Danette Grover Saunders. 

Jocelyn was a junior at Northern Potter High School. 

Surviving are: her mother, Danette (Ryan) Wightman of Genesee; her father, Gerald (Shane Wood) Saunders of Rochester, NY; two brothers, Zachary Tyler (Samantha Strubble) Kamats of Emporium, PA and Jesse McCutcheon of Andover, NY; a sister, Veronica Smoker of Coudersport; a step-brother, Nathan Wood of Hornell, NY; a step-sister, Hannah Wood of Hornell, NY; a niece, Brianna Kamats; a nephew, Jason Kamats; maternal grandmother, Rebecca Sue Johnson of Genesee; paternal grandmother, Rosella (George) Barker of Genesee; paternal grandfather, Leo (Loree) Saunders of Whitesville, NY; aunts, uncles, and cousins. 

Friends may call Saturday, November 24, 2012 from 2:00 – 4:00 and 7:00 – 9:00 PM at the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA. Funeral Services will be held 11:00 AM, Monday, November 26, 2012 in the United Methodist Church, Ulysses, PA. The Rev. Mel Ternes will officiate. 

 In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Wellsville SPCA, P.O. Box 381, Wellsville, NY 14895 or the funeral home to assist with expenses. 

 Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfuneralhome.com

Lewisville Lodge # 556 F. & A.M Selling Christmas Trees To Benefit Northern Potter Scholarship Fund


Bradford Dispatched For Possible Structure Fire

Bradford Dispatched For Possible Structure Fire
At 12:45 pm on Friday, Bradford City Firefighters have been dispatched to a location across from 115 Congress Street for a possible structure fire.

Choral Christmas Concert

Choral Christmas Concert

The Coudersport choral group, NORTH COUNTRY VOICES will be presenting a Choral Christmas Concert O Holy Child on Sunday December 2, 2012 at 3:00 PM at the First Presbyterian Church, Fourth Street in Coudersport. 

Musical selections will include several contemporary Christmas songs such as “Immanuel” by Michael Card, “Breath of Heaven” by Amy Grant, and “Mary, Did You Know?” by Mark Lowry and Buddy Greene. In addition traditional carols such as “God Rest You Merry Gentlemen”, “Sleigh Ride” by Leroy Anderson, A Rhapsody of Christmas which is a medley of “O Holy Night”, “Angels We Have Heard On High”, “What Child Is This?” and “Silent Night” will be presented. 

There will be a Christmas Carol Sing-a-long inviting audience participation.
Members of the North Country Voices include Anne Acker, Marcy Barnett, Ted Bear, Alice Buchanan, Barbara Busch, Donald Comes, Gary Doyle, Aleisha Greeley, Amanda Hershey, Rose Hershey, Darrel Justh, Mary Justh, Joseph Kellert, Kathy Mitchell, Ann Myers, Valery Robbins, Stephen Sevinsky, John Sherer, Bob Smith, Gretchen Songster, Linda Todd, Betty Wallace, and Rosemary Wells. Also performing are percussionist Steve Russell, piano accompanist Anne McCleary, and director Gloria Richardson.

You are cordially invited to attend a most enjoyable and a delightful afternoon of music. A free will offering will be graciously accepted to help support the efforts of the chorus and light refreshments will follow the program.

11-24 Otto Township Christmas Tree Lighting


Acorn Markets Partner with Animal Care Sanctuary

Acorn Markets Partner with Animal Care Sanctuary

Wellsboro, PA: November 15th, the managers of Putnam Company’s Acorn Markets from Westfield, Wellsboro, Tioga, Elkland, Canton, Galeton, Blossburg, Genesee, and Shinglehouse in Pennsylvania; plus Addison, Andover, and Canisteo in New York, all convened to initiate a Season of Giving Fund Raiser for Animal Care Sanctuary in Wellsboro. The name of the program is “Join our Cawz, Save Some Pawz.”

“ACS provides a safe, clean environment for surrendered pets until they can place them in loving homes. We know they receive no government funding, and rely on donations, so this year Acorn Markets will be helping them gain donations through a placard program,” said Marketing Manager Tina Kambouris. “We’ve asked our stores’ employees to sell the placards to our customers for $1 at time of checkout November 15th through December 20th. The funds will then be collected and presented to ACS. We like to help locally based non-profits, and the shelter animals were a great match to be our community outreach project this season.”

Animal Care Sanctuary is a 501c3, non-profit organization based in East Smithfield since 1988. An ACS satellite office has been in business for 14 months in the facility located at 11765 Route 6, Wellsboro, PA. ACS is a nurturing stepping stone for animals of all kinds, and whose vision is to be a center of excellence, and leader in all animal services.

“ACS has adopted 132 animals from the Wellsboro facility so far this year,” said Wendy Reber, Wellsboro Director. “We are so thankful to have companies like The Putnam Company who recognize our need and want to give back. 100% of the proceeds their employees raise on behalf of the animals will go directly to the animals’ medical, physical, and emotional care while they are in our home, until we can successfully place them with a loving family. Many thanks go out to the Acorn Markets and their customers who give for our shelter animals.”

All Acorn Markets are open 7 days per week, and hours of operation vary in each location (listed above.)

Animal Care Sanctuary is open 7 days a week, 10 am to 4 pm. Please contact us for further information at (570)724-3687, 11765 Route 6, Wellsboro, PA 16901, or (570)596-2200, 353 Sanctuary Hill Lane, East Smithfield, PA 18817. www.animalcaresanctuary.org

Crash On Looker Mountain Trail

Crash On Looker Mountain Trail
At 11:28 am on Friday, Rew & Bradford Fire Rescue & EMS are responding to a crash between a UPS truck and a passenger pickup truck on Looker Mountain Trail on the Bradford side in Foster Township.
CHIEF REPORTING NO INJURIES

Nice Estate Auction Saturday At Galeton/Click Ad For Photos

Nice Selection Of Used Vehicles At Hazel's On Rt. 44 North Of Coudersport

Winter Hours Starting 11-19 open Noon to 5 PM.
Winter Hours Starting 11-19 open Noon to 5 PM.



Winter Hours Starting 11-19 open Noon to 5 PM.


Toy Drive Today & Saturday In Harrison Valley, Genesee, and Ulysses


Genesee Man Dumped Garbage On Grover Hollow Road

A Genesee man has been cited by State Police for Scattering Rubbish on Grover Hollow Road in Bingham Township. 

Floyd Perigo, 19, of 105 A Wintergreen Road, Genesee, PA,  is accused of placing 3 bags of garbage on Grover Hollow Road on November 20, 2012. He was cited by Trooper Bryan Uhl with the summary violation in District Court 55-4-03.

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Pain Killers Stolen From Ulysses Residence

The theft of 140 Oxycotin pills from a Musto Hollow Road location in Ulysses on November 18th is under investigation by State Police.

Cindy McCoy told Trooper Bryan Uhl that unknown actor(s) entered the location and removed the pills from inside the residence and then fled the scene.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact PSP  Coudersport at 814-274-8690.

Burglary In Ulysses Borough

State Police are investigating a burglary that occurred at 620 Water Street in Ulysses Borough on November 19/20, 2012.

Trooper Mike Delp siad unknown actor(s) entered the business of Jerome Hart, Wellsville, NY, at the Ulysses location and removed several small hand tools valued at about $60.00, unplugged a sump pump and left several lights on.

Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP Coudersport at 814-274-8690.

PA Permit Violation Issued to Howard Drilling Inc

PA Permit Violation Issued to Howard Drilling Inc in Wetmore Twp, McKean County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2012-11-13 to Howard Drilling Inc in Wetmore Twp, McKean county. 401CSL - Discharge of pollultional material to waters of Commonwealth.

Chinese Auction Benefit December 1 At Ulysses


Roulette Ambulance To Main Street

At 9:10 pm on Thursday, Roulette Ambulance has been dispatched to  100 block of Main Street for a medical emergency

Local Medicare Help Sessions Continue

Local Medicare Help Sessions Continue

November 19th, 2012
medicare-logo1Medicare recipients in Potter County have the chance to get personalized help from trained local counselors during an enrollment programs being held at several locations. Another series of appointments is being scheduled through Dec. 4 at five sites across the county. Potter County Human Services reports that there are a number of changes to Medicare this year, and beneficiaries are encouraged to take advantage of these opportunities to learn more. Appointments are required and can be made by calling 1-800-800-2560. Free assistance is available as follows:
  • Monday, Nov. 26, Ulysses Senior Center, 9-1
  • Tuesday, Nov. 27, Human Services (Roulette), 9-1
  • Wednesday, Nov. 28, Galeton Senior Center, 9-1
  • Thursday, Nov. 29, Coudersport Senior Center, 9-1
  • Monday, Dec. 3, Human Services (Roulette), 9-1
  • Tuesday, Dec. 4, Shinglehouse Senior Center, 9-1
Medicare’s Annual Coordinated Election Period (AEP) continues through Dec. 7. Both Part D and Medicare Advantage plan members must make plan changes at this time. Between Jan. 1 and Feb. 15, 2013, people with Medicare Advantage (MA) plans will only be able to return to Original Medicare and join a stand-alone prescription drug (Part D) plan.
Potter County Human Services counselors have been trained to answer questions and provide objective, easy-to-understand information about Medicare, Medicare Supplemental Insurance, Medicaid, and Long-Term Care Insurance.

Corbett Administration Considering Outsourcing PA Lottery To United Kingdom

Is privatizing Pennsylvania Lottery a smart bet? Lawmakers offer mixed opinions

JAN MURPHY, The Patriot-News By JAN MURPHY, The Patriot-News 
 
When Gov. Tom Corbett’s administration began weighing plans to privatize the Pennsylvania Lottery last spring, House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody saw no compelling reason to go down that road.

Even after hearing a British company’s promise of $34 billion in profits over the next 20 years to fund senior citizen programs, Dermody’s position still has not changed.

The lottery posted a record profit last year, the Allegheny County lawmaker noted. The lottery recorded nearly $3.5 billion in ticket sales, with administrative costs of just over 2 percent. Nationally, it’s recognized as a top-performer among state lotteries. Read More...

Heart’s Desire in Galeton Promotes Small Business Saturday

Heart’s Desire in Galeton Promotes Small Business Saturday
Wikipedia defines Small Business Saturday as an American shopping holiday created by American Express, held on the Saturday after Thanksgiving during one of the busiest shopping periods of the year. 

It is a counterpart to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which feature big box retail and e-commerce stores respectively. By contrast, Small Business Saturday encourages holiday shoppers to patronize brick and mortar businesses that are small and local. Small Business Saturday encourages consumers to commit to spending $50 of their current monthly budgets with independently owned small businesses they care about.

With nearly 100 vendors featuring new, vintage and locally made merchandise, Heart’s Desire is enticing consumers to enjoy discounted prices throughout the store, a chance to win a $100 gift certificate, and free sampling of our food products during the 2012 Small Business Saturday event on November 24th from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 

Heart’s Desire is located at 27 West Main Street, Galeton, www.visitheartsdesire.com

Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Heart’s Desire-Potter County Pennsylvania.

Coudersport Fire Department Names Officers/Administration For 2013/2014

Coudersport Vol FireDept. 2013-2014 board of directors L-R
member at Lg. Tony Cowburn,Timecka Dubots, Lt.Dana Stevens, Fire Police capt. Troy A. Rouse,Capt Glenn Dunn II. Back Row- Chief of dept. Bryan Phelps. 1st asst. Tim Haskins, 2nd Asst Tadd Ostroski, Board member Joe Ostroski, Vice Pres. Patrick Haskins, Pres, Brian Wilson, 3rd Asst. Glenn Dunn I, Fire police Lt. Shane Wilson.

Executive officer - Coudersport Vol FireDept., Vice Pres. Patrick Haskins, President Brian Wilson, Secretary Glenn Dunn II, Treasure Shane Wilson.



2013-2014 Coudersport Vol Fire Dept fire officers- L-R
Chief of department Bryan Phelps, 1st assistant Tim Haskins, Lt. Dana Stevens,2nd assistant Tadd Ostroski, Fire Police Capt. Troy A. Rouse, 3rd assistant Glenn Dunn, Capt. Glenn Dunn II, Fire Police Lt. Shane Wilson.

Fire Police Called Out In Smethport

Fire Police Called Out In Smethport
At 1:10 pm on Thursday, Smethport Police have requested Fire Police to assist them with traffic control between The McKean County Courthouse on Main Street and the Rt. 59/6 intersection for garbage in the roadway.

Woman Hurt In Rt. 6 Crash Still In Coma/Needs Your Prayers

Two women were hurt in a two vehicle accident at 12:30 PM on Sunday, November 18, 2012  when one of the vehicles slid on an ice covered roadway east of Denton Hill on Route 6 and slammed into an oncoming vehicle.

Kimberly Payne, 25, of 2148 Haskell Road, Olean, NY, was seriously injured and flown by helicopter from the scene.

UPDATE 11-22-2012:

Clangwithane said...
Thank you all so much for your prayers and concern. Kim is still in a coma, and has brain trauma, major damage to her carotid arteries, and a broken pelvic bone. We won't know how bad the brain injuries are until she wakes up. She is a tough lady and the fact that she is young is good but she still has a long way to go. She still needs all of your prayers. Cards can be sent to Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown PA. I think you can send a card directly through their website (no flowers at this time please) I'll continue to keep you guys updated. Thanks

Solomon says: Thanks for the update. Keep us posted. We'll keep praying for her.

Marian L. Kuppelweiser, 92, of Holly, Michigan, formerly of Sinnamahoning, PA

Marian L. Kuppelweiser
Marian L. Kuppelweiser, 92, of Holly, Michigan, formerly of Sinnamahoning, passed away Tuesday, November 20, 2012 in McLaren Hospital, Flint, Michigan.

Born April 18, 1920 in Sinnamahoning she was the daughter of the late Ray and Lena Wykoff Jordan. On September 30, 1947 in Driftwood, she married Matthew Kuppelweiser who passed away July 10, 1979.

She was a long-time resident of Sinnamahoning until moving to Holly to be with her daughter. 

She was a graduate of Emporium High School and was employed by the U.S. Postal Service as Postmaster in Sinnamahoning until retiring in 1985.

Mrs. Kuppelweiser was a member of the Sinnamahoning UnitedMethodist Church.

Survivors include: one son, M. Richard Kuppelweiser and wife Diane of Monongahela, Pa.; one daughter, Sally Averill and husband Doug of Holly, Michigan; five grandchildren, Eric, Lisa and Annie Averill and Katie and Brian Kuppelweiser; and also nieces and nephews.

Marian was predeceased by one brother, Ray Jordan and one sister, Kathryn Johnson.

A visitation will be held in the Sinnamahoning UnitedMethodist Churchon Saturday, November 24 from 10 until 11 a.m. at which time Funeral and Committal Services will be held with the Rev. Lola Turnbull of the Benezette Charge, officiating. Burial will be in SmithCemetery, Grove Township.

Memorials, if desired, may be made to the Sinnamahoning UnitedMethodist Church, Sinnamahoning Fire Department or Sinnamahoning Ambulance Service.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Coppersmith-Condon Funeral Home, Emporium

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