|3/29/2014||10:58 PM||ROAD HAZARD||LOCEY CREEK FROM HOUGHTELLINGS||MIDDLEBURY TWP|
Rollover Crash On Top Of Minard Run Hill
At 11:38 PM on Saturday, Hilltop, Bradford Township Fire Dept & City Ambulance dispatched to top of Minard Run Hill for a one vehicle rollover crash. No entrapment. Unknown injuries.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 11:41:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 11:35:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 10:54:00 PM
|3/29/2014||10:38 PM||ROAD HAZARD||6196 ROUTE 349||WESTFIELD TWP|
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 10:48:00 PM
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT/NO INJURY
Address: 4189 route 219
Agency: ELK COMPANY 7 FD
3/29/2014 10:25:49 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 10:40:00 PM
EMS Called For Woman With Hypothermia
At 9:29 PM on Saturday, EMS from Bradford City has been dispatched to a staging area on Interstate Parkway where a search detail has located a woman with hypothermia.
9:59 PM--BRADFORD AMBULANCE TRANSPORTING TO BRMC
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 09:34:00 PM
STRUCTURE FIRE-LG NON DWELLING (BARN)
Address: 615 BYRNEDALE RD
Cross Streets: WHITE OAK DR * CLEVELAND ST
Agency: ELK COMPANY 3 FD; ELK COMPANY 5 FD, FOX TWP. AMBULANCE
3/29/2014 8:32:06 PM
8:38 PM--CALLER ADVISES BARN NOW COMPLETELY COLLAPSED
UPDATE FROM THE RIVER 98.9
PA State Police Fire Marshal and Jay Township Fire Department investigated the origin and cause of a fire that destroyed a wood frame barn at 615 Byrnedale Road, in Fox Township on Saturday night.
Two Holstein Steer Cows perished in the blaze. The building and contents were lost. Damage is estimated at $100,000.00. There were no other injuries.
Anyone with information about the fire should contact the PA State Police Fire Marshal at 776-6136.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 08:37:00 PM
Fireballs In the sky
At 8:10 PM on Saturday, Kane Fire Dept. has been dispatched to multiple reports of fireballs and explosions east of Kane in the Route 6 area. Fire Dept. officials are investigating the source.
8:21PM--Chief 5 Issues RECALL
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 08:19:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 04:54:00 PM
WETM-18) -- A Steuben County woman missing since March 19th has been found dead.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 04:46:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 04:22:00 PM
ARE THEY KIDDING ? GET READY !
Some days amazing news comes across the wires and/or appears on the printed page. This is one of those days.
The White House has a plan!
The new strategy to start “slashing emissions of methane” (the admins’ words, not mine) and the one that will effect this region most, will begin in June. A biogas roadmap will be released jointly by the EPA and the Energy Department so the public will be able to identify the stinkiest areas. Apparently our noses aren’t sufficient.
The intent of this map is to speed up the adoption of Methane Digesters. I was glad to have these contraptions explained because in my ignorance I’d never heard of one. Apparently their purpose is to reduce methane emissions from cattle --- both ends. The goal is to cut bovine greenhouse gas emissions by 25 % by 2020.
In my mind this is showing prejudice against those brown-eyed creatures which have been a nutritious food source for centuries, as well as suppliers of leather. Where is the American Civil Liberties Union when needed, or aren’t our cattle American? Is it time to start checking them for green cards?
If you believe cattle are being picked on let your politicians know. They should be aware that emissions come from both ends of most creatures! Didn’t our elementary science teachers teach us that carbon dioxide which is breathed out is the source of methane and necessary for healthy plants?
Of course other ideas will be forth-coming on the methane subject. The Interior Department “plans on making proposals” to reduce venting and flaring of methane related to O & G production on public land. The Bureau of Land Management wants public comments, i.e. ideas how to capture and sell methane coming out of coal mines that exist on land leased by our federal government.
It appears that the only solid plan revolves around the machines that will digest methane from cattle. Does this mean it will take decades to invent similar machines to solve the same problem coming from domestic fowl, horses, hogs, and (yes readers) US ?! Ah, what a wonderful world we will have then!
Hopefully when the biogas maps are released in June our region will receive enough copies for everyone. Then we’ll know where to go to see these machines in action. They will be delivered immediately, won’t they? GET READY!
The bones of this article were reported in the New York Times based on facts provided by White House news sources so I took them as “the gospel”. However it’s a rainy day and I can’t get outside to work in the yard, so my quirky mind picked up on the humorous side of how our government intends to work on serious subject.
Readers who connect my name with the 4-County Leasing Group know that environmental concerns have always been a big portion of our proposed leasing documents … as much as $$$ and %’s we strive for. Most of our members live in this region, and all treasure its beauty and wildlife. Environmental issues can’t bring an end to using fossil fuels, but they also can’t be ignored.
We just don’t have to take life’s challenges so seriously all the time.
Today is my day off!
Janice Lanphere Hancharick
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 03:40:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 03:26:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 12:32:00 PM
NY State Police Amity -
V&T Stop Leads to Drug Arrest
On Thursday - March 27, 2014, subsequent to a traffic stop on I-86 in the Town of Friendship, New York State Troopers arrested CHRISTOPHER C. CALDWELL, 26, of Eldred, PA for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th.
CALDWELL was released on an Appearance Ticket returnable to the T/Friendship Court on 04/08/14 at 5:00pm.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 10:54:00 AM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 10:33:00 AM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 10:30:00 AM
One Vehicle Crash On Rt. 19 In Willing
At 9:50 AM on Saturday, Willing Fire & Wellsville EMS dispatched to a one vehicle crash on Rt. 19, just north of Palmer Road. 2 persons are reported self-extricated. Crash is behind storage units, not visible from Rt. 19.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 10:01:00 AM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 09:50:00 AM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 09:39:00 AM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/29/2014 09:34:00 AM
Disease Cluster Research
I have been overwhelmed by the responses. There is so much disease in our area and am now even more convinced that this needs attention by medical researchers. As of right now, I have a total of 53 respondents. I am hoping for at least 100 respondents before I send the information in. I'm hoping that 100 respondents will get their attention. If you have already responded, thank you. If you have not, please consider participating. This will only serve to help our communities.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 11:09:00 PM
Rollover Crash On West Washington Street
At 10:55 PM on Friday, Bradford Township Fire Rescue & Bradford City Ambulance dispatched to a motor vehicle accident near 2060 West Washington Street. A car is reported on it's roof at that location next to a propane tank. Unknown Injuries or entrapment.
11:18 PM--ADDITIONAL AMBULANCE DISPATCHED; ADDITIONAL ALS UNIT DISPATCHED. NO HELICOPTERS AVAILABLE.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 11:00:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 09:47:00 PM
STRUCTURE FIRE-RESIDENT SINGLE
Address: 417 ASH ST
Cross Streets: E 5TH STREET EXT
Agency: CAMERON CO 14 FD
3/28/2014 7:19:35 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 07:31:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 06:31:00 PM
Senator Scarnati Announces Pennsylvania Elk Drawing Moved to Elk County
On March 28, 2014
HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania’s annual Elk License Drawing will be held at the Elk County Visitor’s Center this summer, according to Senator Joe Scarnati (R-25).
The 2014 drawing will take place at the Elk County Visitor’s Center on Saturday, August 16, 2014, in conjunction with the Keystone Elk Country Alliance Elk Festival.
“I am very pleased that the Game Commission has followed my recommendation and decided that the Elk License Drawing will take place in Elk County this year,” Scarnati said. “Year after year, Pennsylvania residents and visitors from out-of-state, come to the northwestern region of our Commonwealth to see the impressive herds of elk and other wildlife. Holding the Elk License Drawing during the Keystone Elk Country Alliance Elk Festival will encourage a larger number of people to visit the region to experience the Festival, while also spurring greater economic development for this rural portion of our state.”
Scarnati explained that last December he introduced an Amendment to Senate Bill 1190 to legislate that the annual license drawing be a part of the Keystone Elk Country Alliance Elk Festival. The drawing is administered by the Pennsylvania Game Commission and has been held at the Game Commission offices in Harrisburg in previous years.
“Holding the Elk License Drawing at a convenient place and during a time when sportsmen and sportswomen can be present is a great way to make this process more transparent and accessible to the public,” Scarnati stated.
Senate Game & Fisheries Committee Chairman Rich Alloway also expressed support for the decision to move the location of the Elk License Drawing.
“The annual Elk License Drawing is a popular attraction for sportsmen from across the country, so the event should showcase all of the natural resources the area has to offer,” Alloway said. “Holding the drawing in Elk County not only provides an economic boost to the region, but also helps to highlight the conservation and habitat preservation efforts funded by the licensing program.”
According to Scarnati, the Elk License Drawing will be open to both residents and non-residents of the Commonwealth. Once the Game Commission Board of Commissioners finalizes the dates of this year’s elk hunting season and hunting allocations, hunters will be notified directly of the change.
“The decision to hold the Elk License Drawing where the elk are located is an exercise in good common sense,” Scarnati stated. “The Pennsylvania Game Commission has recently made some concerning choices, however this decision to move the drawing is clearly a step in the right direction and will better serve the interests of our sportsmen and sportswomen. I am encouraged by the initiative taken by the Game Commission is this instance and will continue to work with them to help restore the public’s trust in the Agency.”
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 06:29:00 PM
PARK FRIENDS GROUP LOOKING FOR DONATIONS
The Friends of Lyman Run group is asking area businesses ( or individuals) to donate funds to be used for their upcoming Kid's Fishing Derby. The derby is free for kids aged 12 and under. All registered kids are given a free lunch and there are many prizes that are awarded. The group needs money to pay for fish, the lunch as well as the prizes and give-aways.
Friends of Lyman Run is a chapter of the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation and is a 501 (c) 3 charitable non-profit group. Anyone wishing to donate can make a check out to PPFF and write "FOLR"-fishing derby in the memo line. The checks can be mailed directly to PPFF, 1845 Market Street, Camp Hill, PA 17011. The Friends group is also looking for donations of prizes appropriate for young children and pertaining to fishing or activities in the outdoors. These items can be dropped off at the Lyman Run State Park office or the office can be called to arrange for pick up. The Lyman Run State Park office number is (814) 435-5010. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
The Kid's Fishing Derby has been extremely popular, with a special area for fishing for kids from the dam spillway pool to the old ford across lower Lyman Run. This is a great way to get kids outside and into the sport of fishing, or just coming out to the park to have a great time. Won't you please help us with this event?
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 06:19:00 PM
Jay Paterno drops out of lieutenant governor race
By Mike Dawson
Centre Daily Times
Jay Paterno is dropping out of the race for the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor, his campaign announced Friday.
In a statement, Paterno said his decision stems from a ballot challenge being waged by a competitor, Brad Koplinski, who contends that Paterno did not earn enough valid signatures on nomination petitions. A hearing was scheduled for Monday in Harrisburg.
Paterno said he discussed the issue with lawyers, and it became clear that Koplinski’s ballot challenge could extend beyond the hearing.
“With less than two months remaining before the primary, I do not want an ongoing legal back-and-forth to be a distraction in this race,” Paterno said. “The outcome of this election is too important for the future of the working families and all the people of this commonwealth.”
Read more here: http://www.centredaily.com/2014/03/28/4108499/jay-paterno-drops-out-of-lieutenant.html?sp=/99/264/&ihp=1#storylink=cpy
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 06:16:00 PM
DEP Announces Hearing Dates for Hilcorp Application for Gas Well Spacing Units
Harrisburg – The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today announced that the hearing sessions on an Application for Gas Well Spacing Units, or spacing order, received from Hilcorp Energy Co., have been scheduled for May 7 and May 8.
“We successfully secured a delay in order to ensure the public was properly informed on this important matter,” DEP Deputy Secretary Scott Perry said. “The postponed hearing sessions will give the department time to personally notify all potentially impacted royalty owners and operators well in advance of the hearing proceedings.”
Hilcorp Energy Co. is applying for a well spacing order that establishes four gas well drilling units on 3,267 acres to drill into the Utica Shale Formation in Pulaski Township, Lawrence County and Shenango Township, Mercer County.
Under the Oil and Gas Conservation Law of 1961, when a spacing order application is submitted, an administrative hearing must be held prior to entering an order establishing well spacing and drilling units.
The first hearing session, originally scheduled to occur on March 25 and March 26, has been rescheduled for May 7 and May 8. The hearing session will begin at 10 a.m. and 9 a.m. respectively and be held at the Albert P. Gettings Government Center Annex of the Lawrence County Government Center, Assembly Room, 349 Countyline St., New Castle.
The first, two-day hearing session will accept testimony, much like a trial, on the spacing order application from DEP, Hilcorp and all property owners and operators in the area subject to the order. The first session will be open for the general public to attend and observe.
The second hearing session will begin at 6 p.m. on May 8, at the same location. As requested previously by DEP, anyone from the general public will have the opportunity to provide input about the application at the second session.
The department will submit a public notice of the rescheduled hearings for publication in local papers at least two weeks prior to the hearing sessions. Although not required by law, DEP also will directly notify all royalty owners and operators within the area subject to the requested order.
On March 21, DEP, along with Hilcorp, requested a delay in the hearing process in order to provide more complete notice to potentially affected people. The assigned hearing officer accepted this joint request, delaying the hearing process.
For more information about Hilcorp’s application, visit www.dep.state.pa.us and click on “Oil and Gas,” “Office of Oil and Gas Management” and then “Conservation Law.”
Pennsylvanians looking for more information should call 717-772-2199.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 05:59:00 PM
FRIENDS OF LYMAN RUN TO MEET
There will be a membership meeting of the Friends of Lyman Run on Sunday, March 30 at 4:00 pm.
The meeting will be held at the park maintenance building past the upper end of the lake. We will be discussing the Kid's Fishing Derby which will be held on May 17th this year as well as upcoming summer programs and projects for the park.
All members are encouraged to attend and anyone interested in becoming a member of this volunteer group are invited as well.
Light refreshments will be served.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 05:38:00 PM
Address: 124 BEAVER DR
Cross Streets: WHISTLETOWN RD * KANSAS LN
EMS FOR MAN STRUCK OVER HEAD WITH PIPE
Agency: RIDGWAY AMBULANCE
3/28/2014 5:29:16 PM
POLICE ARE ENROUTE, ASSAILANT HAS LEFT SCENE
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 05:33:00 PM
Public Safety Leads House Agenda
The House returns to session on Monday, March 31. As always, House session and most committee meetings will stream live on PAHouseGOP.com. Many events also may be viewed on Facebook.com/PAHouseGOP.
Always working to protect public safety, the House will take up two bills this week aimed at reducing incidents of gun crime and violence in the Commonwealth.
House Bill 1091 (Rep. John Taylor, R-Philadelphia) would establish a new mandatory minimum sentence of two years for the violation of carrying an illegal firearm on public streets or public property in Philadelphia, and grades the offense as a third-degree felony. The measure is similar to an initiative instituted in New York City in 2005, where violent crime has been reduced overall and shootings have fallen to the lowest levels in nearly two decades.
House Bill 1243 (Rep. Todd Stephens, R-Montgomery County) would require the Pennsylvania State Police to send mental health data within 90 days to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), which is used to check the background of individuals attempting to acquire a firearm nationwide. The bill would additionally require ongoing submissions to the national database within 48 hours of the state police receiving mental health data.
House Bill 1498 (Stephens) would impose a five-year mandatory minimum sentence for felons who illegally and visibly possess a firearm or replica firearm which places the victim in reasonable fear of death or serious bodily injury and designates such actions as a “crime of violence.”
Ensuring School Safety and Educational Opportunities Always Priorities
The House returns to the issue of ensuring safety in our schools by taking up House Bill 2063 (Rep. David Maloney, R-Berks County), which would require public and private schools in Pennsylvania and their independent contractors to conduct a thorough employment history review prior to offering employment to any applicant for a position involving direct contact with children.
Members will also consider a bill to reestablish the Governor’s Schools of Excellence. House Bill 2074 (Rep. Karen Boback, R-Columbia/Luzerne/Wyoming) would require a minimum of three Governor’s Schools of Excellence in science, agricultural science, and engineering and technology at institutions of higher education within the Commonwealth. The program was established originally in 1973 with a focus on the arts but was discontinued in 2009. However, Gov. Tom Corbett has proposed to allocate $350,000 for the program for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
The Weekly Schedule
Identified by bill number, the sponsors and summaries for bills scheduled to be considered in committee or on the House floor are posted below. More information regarding these bills can be found at PAHouseGOP.com by clicking on the “Research Bills” tab. Click here for schedule
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 05:23:00 PM
Dolores D. Monroe
“beloved wife, mother and sister”
Dolores D. Monroe, 85, of Ceres, PA, passed away on Thursday, March 27, 2014 at Erie County Medical Center, Buffalo, NY, from injuries sustained in a fall at her home on Thursday.
Born November 27, 1928 in Smethport, she was a daughter of Leighton C. and Wilma D. Haynes Mix. On August 20, 1950 in the Ceres United Methodist Church, she married Donald C. Monroe, who survives.
Dolores was a graduate of Shinglehouse High School, Class of 1946 and a graduate of Bryant and Stratton College in Buffalo with a degree in business.
For her entire working career, Dolores was a self-employed tax accountant and bookkeeper in Olean, NY.
Mrs. Monroe was a member of the Ceres United Methodist Church where she served in many capacities which included Sunday school teacher and church auditor.
She enjoyed solving crossword puzzles and Sudoku puzzles. Her greatest love was her family.
Surviving besides her husband are a son, Dwight A. Monroe of Chicago, Illinois; two grandchildren, Joshua (Tracy) Monroe and Jennifer (Andy) Carlson; three great-grandchildren; two sisters, Shirley E. (Kevin) Macdonald of St. Augustine, Florida and Barbara (Thomas) Splain of East Aurora, NY; and several nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Monroe was predeceased by her parents.
In keeping with Dolores’ wishes, there will be no public visitation. Friends are invited to attend a memorial service at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 30, 2014 in the Ceres United Methodist Church with the Rev. Becky L. Edwards, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the Maple Grove Cemetery, Shinglehouse, PA.
Flowers are gratefully declined. Memorials may be made to the Ceres United Methodist Church, 9289 School Street, Shinglehouse, PA 16748.
Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the care of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse, PA.
To express condolences or share a fond memory of Dolores, please visit www.virgillhowardfuneralhome.com
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 04:18:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 04:13:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 04:08:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 04:06:00 PM
Route 220 Bridge Replacement Project in Sullivan County Starts April 7
A $2,409,477 bridge replacement project on Route 220 (German Street) in Dushore Borough, Sullivan County, is set to start on April 7. The contract also includes 1.7 miles of highway resurfacing in Dushore and Cherry Township.
The existing single-span concrete bridge over Little Loyalsock Creek, near the intersection with Water Street, was built in 1925 and is currently classified as structurally deficient.
This project includes replacing the old bridge with a new concrete structure on the existing alignment, drainage improvements, and concrete curb and sidewalk. The work also includes roadway base repairs and pavement resurfacing (mill and overlay) of Route 220 from the Route 87 intersection south of the borough to the Main Street intersection at the traffic signal, base repairs and pavement resurfacing (mill and overlay) of Route 87 (East Main, Mill and Carpenter streets) from the Route 220 intersection to just west of the Dushore Borough/Cherry Township line, and membrane waterproofing of the existing bridge deck on Route 87 (East Main Street) over Little Loyalsock Creek.
During construction of the new bridge, vehicular traffic will be detoured along the following:
• Route 220 truck traffic - Old Bernice Road, Route 487 and Route 87;
• Route 220 southbound car traffic – Main, Center and Julia streets;
• Route 220 northbound car traffic – Water, Turnpike and Main Streets;
• Route 87 truck traffic - Route 220, Old Bernice Road and Route 487;
• Route 87 southbound car traffic – Main, Center and Julia streets;
• Route 87 northbound car traffic – Water Street.
Traffic detours for the bridge replacement are tentatively scheduled to start on June 16 and end on Sept. 18.
Prior to the detours, the contractor will do repair work on two truck-detour routes, Old Bernice Road and Route 487. This work will start on April 7.
The resurfacing portions of the contract will take place once the new bridge is in service.
All work under this contract is scheduled to be completed by late November.
Robert C. Young, Inc. is the prime contractor.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 03:53:00 PM
|Confirmed: Two Judges For PA's Eastern District|
This week, the Senate confirmed Gerald McHugh and Edward Smith as federal judges for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Sen. Bob Casey and I recommended these judges to President Obama. Gerald McHugh will join our talented jurists in Philadelphia, while Edward Smith will sit in Easton, which has gone without a federal judge for a decade. Learn more about Judges Gerald McHugh and Edward Smith.
Judge Gerald McHugh, Sen. Pat Toomey, and Judge Edward Smith.
Sen. Casey and I have worked together to select qualified jurists to fill vacancies on the bench in Pennsylvania. The approval of these two excellent candidates demonstrates the strength and effectiveness of our bipartisan system, which has led to the confirmation of 10 highly qualified men and women to the federal bench in Pennsylvania since I joined the Senate in 2011.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 02:56:00 PM
Coudersport's Play is Postponed
Coudersport's High School play "Bernard and Barnaby" that was supposed to be tonight at 7pm, will be postponed until Friday, April 11th at 7pm due to a cast illness. We hope to see you all then! It is an original play written by senior Rebekah Long.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 02:08:00 PM
Lower Arnot Road Bridge Replacement Project Starts April 7
A PennDOT bridge crew in Tioga County will begin a bridge replacement project on Route 2023 (Lower Arnot Road) in Bloss Township on Monday, April 7.
The existing 28’-long bridge over Sawmill Creek was built in 1964.
The project is located in the Village of Arnot, just south of the Arnot Road/Lower Arnot Road intersection.
The existing bridge will be removed and a new precast concrete box culvert will be installed on the same alignment. The roadway approaches will then be reconstructed and all other work needed to open the new bridge to traffic will be done.
While the project is underway, the road will be closed at the bridge. Traffic will be detoured onto Arnot Road and Bloss Mountain Road.
The new bridge is expected to be in service by mid-June, weather permitting.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 01:17:00 PM
C&N Names Elizabeth Johnson Sayre Manager
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 01:11:00 PM
Snowmobile Hill Climb Races At Ski Denton Saturday
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 01:08:00 PM
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 3/28/2014 01:00:00 PM