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Saturday, May 3, 2014

Coudersport Dispatched For Fires On East Second Street

5/3/201411:51 PMFIRE / WILDFIRE1154 E SECOND STEULALIA TWP
Coudersport Fire Dept. dispatched to a transformer fire in front of 1094 E. 2nd Street and a wildfire just up the road.

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Roll Over Crash On Rew, Rixford Rd.

Roll Over Crash On Rew, Rixford Rd.

At 11:12 PM on Saturday Rew Fire Dept and Bradford EMS were dispatched to Rew, Rixford Rd off of Summit Rd. Half way down the hill roll over MVA jeep type vehicle on its roof against a tree.

ELEC HAZ-WIRE DOWN-NO ARC-SMOKE Address: 123 MILLER HOLLOW RD City: GROVE

ELEC HAZ-WIRE DOWN-NO ARC-SMOKE
Address: 123 MILLER HOLLOW RD
City: GROVE
Cross Streets: LICK ISLAND CIR

Agency: CAMERON CO 16 FD
5/3/2014 9:54:52 PM

The Amazing Spiderman 2 At Lakeview Cinema In Caleton Playing At 2 PM & 7 PM Sunday


THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN 2

Sunday 2 and 7

Monday - Thursday 7pm

Shinglehouse Ambulance To The Fire Dept.

At 8:33 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance & Medic 6 dispatched to Shinglehouse Fire Dept. for a medical emergency.

Gerald J. "Mickey" Murray, 81, of Hollidaysburg Veterans Home, Duncansville, PA formerly of Emporium PA and Florida

Korean War Vet
Gerald J. "Mickey" Murray, 81, of Hollidaysburg Veterans Home, Duncansville, PA formerly of Emporium PA and Florida died at Hollidaysburg Veterans Home on Saturday (May 3, 2014) afternoon following a lengthy illness.

He was born May 15, 1932 in Emporium, PA a son of the late Violet Bailey Minard.

Mr. Murray served with the US Navy during the Korean War He lived many years in Florida where he was a self employed businessman.

Surviving:
Aunt: Lois Rader, Emporium
Uncle: Carl "Dick" Bailey, Emporium
Several cousins and friends

Preceded in Death by:
Mother: Violet Bailey Minard

There will be No Visitation and No Services.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Emporium Senior Center, 213-1/2 South Maple Street, Emporium, PA 15834

Online Condolences may be placed at www.BarnettFuneralHome.net

BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

5-3-2014 Recalls

Missouri Firm Recalls Curry Chicken Salad for Possible Listeria ContaminationSchnucks Kitchen, an O’Fallon, Mo., establishment, is recalling approximately 130 pounds of Curry White Meat Chicken Salad product due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.

2014 Maple Festival

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Rain/High Wind headed east in Potter County

Rain/High Wind headed east in Potter County

At 6:40 PM on Saturday, a fast moving front just passing through Roulette heading eastbound with heavy rain/snow/hail and high winds. Be prepared as this storm will hit Coudersport momentarily and Galeton/Ulysses shortly thereafter. Just got soaked getting the dog in off the lead.

:

...SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT...

AT 625 PM EDT...NWS METEOROLOGISTS SAW A LINE OF GUSTY SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS EXTENDING PUSHING INTO THE CENTRAL MOUNTAINS OF
PENNSYLVANIA.
WIND GUSTS IN EXCESS OF 40 MPH AND PEA SIZED HAIL WILL BE POSSIBLE
WITH THESE STORMS.

Smethport Dispatched To 2 Vehicle Crash

Smethport Dispatched To 2 Vehicle Crash

At 4:04 PM on Saturday, Smethport Fire & EMS dispatched to 2 vehicle crash at intersection of West Water Street & Mechanic Street.
Smethport Police reported no injuries in this crash.

Roulette Chemical Engine Co. #1 Assisted At Ladona Plaza Apartment Fire

Roulette Chemical Engine #1
5/2/14 - At approximately 23:00 hrs Roulette Chemical Engine Company #1 was dispatched 2nd alarm to Box 48-02 Coudersport Borough the 500 block of East Second Street for a reported commercial structure fire with possible entrapment. 
 
Also on the 2nd alarm with Department 48 (Coudersport) was Department 44 (Austin), 10 (Galeton), and McKean Station 3 (Port Allegany). 
 
Chief 46 (Ingalls) responded at dispatch followed shortly by Engine 46-2 w/6 OIC - LT 46 (D.Lacher), Engine 46-1 w/4 OIC - Chief 46-20 (Sprankle), Rescue 46-8 w/2 OIC - FF C.Spencer, and Ambulance 46-7 w/3. 
 
Upon arrival Coudersport Command assigned Engine 46-2 to reverse lay 1500' of 5" supply line and establish a secondary water supply on Rt 872. Manpower from Engine 46-2 was assigned with Tower 48 to Roof Operations, while 46-1 and 46-8 crews were assigned to interior operations.
 
 Roulette units were on scene approximately two hours before being released by command. Thanks to the Smethport Volunteer Fire Department for covering Station 46.

500 to 1500 Ridgway Area Residents Are Without Power Saturday Afternoon

500 to 1500 Ridgway Area Residents Are Without Power

West Penn Power Company is reporting 500 to 1500 residents of the Ridgway area affected by a power outage on Saturday afternoon at 2:58 PM.

Parts of Ridgway are without power. We are aware of the situation, and West Penn Power is sending technicians to fix the problem. No estimated time for the repairs was given. Please do not call 911. 

If you have concerns about when the power will be restored, call your power company. Thanks.

Power in Ridgway has been restored. If any more problems, contact your power company.





"Hats Off To Broadway" To Be Presented May 9 & 10 At Coudersport Consistory

Denny Bloss rehearses a number from "Hats Off to Broadway," the Potter-McKean Players production to be offered at the Coudersport Consistory Friday and Saturday nights.
Players ready tuneful Broadway history

Coudersport—The Potter-McKean Players are in final preparation stages of an ambitious production, “Hats Off to Broadway,” to be presented May 9 and 10 at the Coudersport Consistory.

The revue traces 100 years of the history of Broadway musicals, decade by decade, in medleys of some of the most representative numbers from the longest running hit shows.

Open auditions weeks ago found a good number of the North County Voices singers signing up, along with seasoned Players. Since then the cast has put in hours of rehearsals in borrowed church quarters and the Coudersport high school auditorium, directed by Gloria Richardson.

Numbers by Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Cole Porter, Lerner and Loewe, Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber are among the former show stoppers, now standards, sure to be recognized by audience members of all ages.

An eight-piece band will support the singing and action of the 22 vocalists. Paul Herzig and Jackie Fosmer will share narration efforts.

This week final rehearsals will be held at the Coudersport Consistory. There the public will hear and see the result, Friday and Saturday night. Doors will open at 7 p.m.; the performances will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are priced at $10 for adults and teens, and $6 for children through 12. Tickets are available from cast members, and at First National Bank, Haubers Jewelry Store, Buchanan Pharmacy and Laurelwood Inn in Coudersport, and First National Bank, Port Pharmacy, Joel Anderson CPA and Smith Memorial Library in Port Allegany.

Coudersport Chief Reports Last Night's Fire At Ladona Plaza

Ladona Plaza fire photo shared by Dan Roys https://www.facebook.com/coudersportvol.firedept?fref=nf
As I walk into the 48 house, I see a lot of tired men and woman from working all day yesterday then answering an alarm at 10:56pm..working one of our Famous Chicken BBQ's. 

At 22:56 48 was dispatched to 519 E Second st Box 48-02-Coudersport Boro for a report of a fire/smoke in the structure, the caller reporting screaming and banging-possible entrapment. This is the building known as Ladona Plaza-which houses multiple rental housing units on the second floor with businesses on the first floor.

Less than 3 1/2 minutes later Chief 48 Phelps arrived on scene, reported some occupants were out of the structure, reported a working fire with heavy flames through the back window, roof of the complex, requested a second alarm assignment to be dispatched-Departments 3 Port Allegany, 10 Galeton, 44 Austin, 46 Roulette full company to the scene, 37 Genesee stood by at 48.


A supply line was laid from the intersection of RT 872/E Second St. (200') to 48-1. Aggressive interior attack was made through the front, ladders thrown on sides A, C. Structure was Vented/Searched(primary-Secondary-Nothing found)under the direction of assistant chief officers Tim Haskins 10 and Glenn Dunn. Tower 9 took he A/B corner and went to work on the roof. All Mutual aid companies were directed to the operation of either roof/vent/assist with attack, overhaul. with the aggressive actions of all crews the fire was brought under control at 11:23. with extensive overhaul.

Crews were on scene 'til approximately 1:26am. and all of Coudersport units were placed in service at 03:30am.


Also assisting at the scene was CVAA/Medic 6, PSP-Coudersport, Coudersport Boro Police. 

The cause of the fire is being investigated at this time by this dept., Coudersport Boro Police and the PSP Fire Marshals Unit. There were no injuries, damage has not been determined at this time. 

I would like to express my sincere THANK YOU to all of our Mutual Aid companies who assisted, your help and assistance is greatly appreciated.

Chief Phelps

Star Hose Comapny #1 Assisted At Coudersport Structure Fire Friday Night

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Maple Festival Photos Available At Curt Weinhold's Facebook Page

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PA Permit Violation Issued to Exco Resources

PA Permit Violation Issued to Exco Resources Pa Llc in Snyder Twp, Jefferson County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2014-04-29 to Exco Resources Pa Llc in Snyder Twp, Jefferson county. OGA 3220(A) - Failure to plug the well upon abandoning it.
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

Grimes District Cemetery To Hold Annual Meeting May 14th

Grimes District Cemetery To Hold Annual Meeting May 14th

The annual meeting of the Grimes District Cemetery will be held Wednesday May 14, 2014 at 7:00pm at the Good Will Union Church. Annual donations for the cemetery upkeep can be sent to Mr. Gilbert Irons Jr. Pres, Grimes District Cemetery, PO Box 383 Port Allegany, PA 16743.

New Gas Well Drilling Started

SWEPI LP Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Sullivan Twp Township

SWEPI LP reports drilling started on 2014-05-03 00:00:00 at site CLARK 486 6H in Sullivan Twp township, Tioga county
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling, gas, unconventional

ANADARKO E&P ONSHORE LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Pine Twp Township

ANADARKO E&P ONSHORE LLC reports drilling started on 2014-05-03 00:00:00 at site BONNELL RUN HUNTING & FISHING CORP D 222H in Pine Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling, gas, unconventional

Port Allegany Dispatched For Gravel In Roadway

Port Allegany Dispatched For Gravel In Roadway

At 11:41 AM on Saturday, Port Allegany Fire Dept. dispatched to Route 6 in front of the Seneca Inn for gravel in the roadway from a dump truck.

12:21 PM--COMMAND REPORTS RT. 6 HAS BEEN CLEARED, UNITS RETURNING.

5/3/2014 10:32 AM WATER RESCUE PINE CREEK RAIL TRL SHIPPEN TWP

5/3/201410:32 AMWATER RESCUEPINE CREEK RAIL TRLSHIPPEN TWP
WELLSBORO AND GALETON FIRE DEPT. DISPATCHED ALONG WITH MEDIC 2 FOR A WATER RESCUE ALONG THE PINE CREEK RAIL TRAIL. DISPATCH INDICATED 4 PERSONS MAY BE INVOLVED. ONE PERSON HAS BEEN GOTTEN OUT OF THE WATER. THE INCIDENT IS BETWEEN MILE MARKER 11 & 12 ON THE TRAIL.

2ND CALLER REPORTS TOTAL 6 PEOPLE WERE IN WATER; 3 HYPOTHERMIC, AND ONE WITH A LEG INJURY.
11:30 AM--ALL PATIENTS TRANSPORTED, COMMAND TERMINATED 

Keating Township--Road Closures On Mina Road & Matt Ward Road

Keating Township--Road Closures On Mina Road & Matt Ward Road

Weather permitting, Mina Road will be closed from Odin Road approximately 300 yards to the Odin Cemetery starting on Monday, May 5th. This project will take 1-2 days. 

When the Mina project is completed work will shift to the Matt Ward Road. The Matt Ward Road will be closed from Odin to the Vansickles residence at 86 Matt Ward Road. 

Please plan accordingly and obey work area signs.

Keating Township

Keating Township--RUBBISH DISCUSSION MEETING MONDAY

We want to remind residents of Keating Township, Potter County of the meeting on Monday, May 5th at 7 PM.

Keating Township is considering stopping its rubbish pick up service. 

The pros and cons of this idea were discussed at the April meeting.The cost of the service was one major factor, as the fees charged do not cover the costs of labor, fuel, repairs and tipping fees.On the other hand, providing the service is good for older folks who don't want to drive to Gold to get rid of their rubbish. Finding rubbish over the banks and having to put rubbish bags in a car were some of the other negative aspects to this idea.

The Supervisors decided to alert the residents to this idea and hopefully have a discussion at the May 5th meeting. We would hope that all interested residents would attend the May meeting and express their concerns over this proposal.

Keating Township Supervisors

Caroline Cawley, 96, Eldred, PA

Caroline Cawley, 96, Eldred, PA, passed away on Thursday (May 1, 2014) in Ashtabula, Ohio.

Born Oct. 24, 1917, in Conneaut, Ohio, she was the daughter of Anthony and Antonia Maleckar Kaluza. On Nov. 23, 1942, in Eldred, she married James Christopher Cawley, who later became postmaster of Eldred’s U.S. Post Office and who predeceased her on June 5, 1990.

Her three older siblings, Antonia, Anthony and Joseph, also predeceased her. Caroline was a 1940 graduate of Westbrook Academy in Olean, N.Y. While her husband served in the U.S. Army during World War II, she moved to Washington, D.C., and worked for the War and Agriculture Departments.

After the war, to help raise her three children, she began work as a legal secretary in 1955, retiring in 1993.

Caroline was a member of the St. Raphael Church and also a member of the Altar Rosary Society.

Surviving are her three children, James H. (Mary Kevin) Cawley of Mechanicsburg, Barbara (Richard) Close of Mount Gretna and Caroline “Becky” (Roger) Beno of Ashtabula; eight grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.

Caroline will be remembered for her warm personality, her devotion to her faith and her love of her family and friends. She will be sadly missed by all those whose lives she touched.

Her family will receive visitors from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the Frame Funeral Home in Eldred. The rosary will be recited at the funeral home at 7:45 p.m. on Sunday. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at
10 a.m. Monday (May 5, 2014) at St. Raphael’s Church in Eldred, with Fr. Vince Cieslewicz as celebrant. Burial will be in St. Bonaventure Cemetery in Allegany, N.Y.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Altar Rosary Society of St. Raphael’s Church, Eldred, PA 16731; or to the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany, NY 14706.

Eastern Industrial Inventory Reduction Auction Saturday, May 10 In Lewis Run, PA

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PCA's & CNA's Wanter By Helpmates, Inc. In McKean County


Cole Memorial Seeking Candidates For LPN, & RN

Cole Memorial Seeking Candidates For Emergence Department Technician

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Grand Opening Saturday Of Children's Re-Sale Shop In Olean

Potter County Apartment Building For Sale

Emporium PSP Stats For April 2014


Austin Man's Identity Used To Open Accounts In Houston, Texas


Friday, May 2, 2014

OSWAYO VALLEY ELEMENTARY STUDENTS to PERFORM at PIRATES BASEBALL GAME

Students receive a donation from Citizens and Northern Bank
OSWAYO VALLEY ELEMENTARY STUDENTS to PERFORM at PIRATES BASEBALL GAME

Before the first pitch is thrown when the Pittsburgh Pirates take on the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday, May 6, Oswayo Valley 4th and 5th graders will have been on the field to sing our National Anthem. Students will perform under the direction of music teacher Beth Lewis. 55 students and 18 teachers and adults will tour Heinz Field and also visit the Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium. The 2 day trip which includes an overnight stay at hotel adjacent to PNC Park.

The students are grateful to the people who have supported the trip. EPTO is to be recognized for fundraising for nearly ½ of the cost for the trip. A generous donation from Citizens and Northern Bank helped make the trip possible. OV Teacher Association had a very successful fundraiser and the 4th and 5th graders did their share with several fund raisers as well as contributing individually.

OV Elementary is privileged and honored to be appearing at PNC PARK for the 3rd time since 2010.

Oswayo Valley Memorial Library News

Oswayo Valley Memorial Library News

The Office of Attorney’s General Senior Crime Prevention University will take place
at the Oswayo Valley Memorial Library on Friday, May 23rd, 1:00 p.m. With a large percentage of citizens over the age of 65, Pennsylvania residents are target for a wide variety of scams, cons and other crimes. The Senior Crime Prevention University (SCPU) educates older Pennsylvanians and their families throughout the Commonwealth on crime prevention. The goal is to make Pennsylvania's older population aware of the threat of fraud to the elder community, teach them how to avoid being victimized; and to make sure they know whom they should call when they are concerned about their safety and well-being. Educating seniors about crime and how to avoid it is the best way we can help seniors to help themselves. The theme of the Senior Crime Prevention University is "AWARE, AVOID, ALERT".

Flea Market Fridays: Finished with your Spring-cleaning? Have a pile of items that you are not using? Need some extra cash? The Oswayo Valley Memorial Library can help turn those items into cash! Every Friday beginning on May 2nd, rent space on the library lawn and sell your extra items. Interested sellers may reserve a spot by stopping in the library OR calling 697-6691. The set-up fee is $5.00 per table every Friday. Sellers are responsible for their own tables. Space is limited. Have your lawn sale on the library lawn and turn your extra items into extra cash!

The Oswayo Valley Memorial Library was one of 75 libraries nation-wide chosen to receive a grant for a four-part reading, viewing and discussion series for adults called “Pushing the Limits”. The series brings together books and video featuring authors, scientists and everyday people who thrive on exploring our world. The last program will take place on May 21st at 6:00 p.m. To register and receive a copy of the book we will be discussing, Erik Larsen’s Thunderstruck, please stop by the library or call us at 697-6691.

The library’s book discussion group is reading A Rare Titanic Family by Julie Williams. The group will meet for discussion on Wednesday, May 21st, at 1:30 p.m. We have plenty of copies available for anyone who would like to attend.

The library will be closed on Monday, May 26th, in observance of Memorial Day.

Summer Reading starts on Wednesday, June 18th. This year there are programs for all ages. Sign up now so you don’t miss the fun! The theme this year is Fizz, Boom, Read!
There are some items that are needed for Summer Reading. If you are willing to donate any of these please drop them off at the library. Items needed for Summer Reading: straws; colored marshmallows; a box of Borax; 3 big bags of baking soda; tissue and shoe boxes; empty, clean water bottles; 1 bottle of dish soap; cooking oil; Alka Seltzer; skewers; vinegar; rubber bands (all sizes); cereal boxes; 3 bags of sugar.

The following ongoing monthly programming events are open to everyone. For more information, call the library at 814-697-6691.
• Genealogy research group: 2nd Friday of the month, 2:00 p.m. NOTE: Will not be meeting in May
• Story Time with Pen: every Wednesday at 4 p.m.
• Stitch Together Knit and Crochet Group: Mondays and Wednesdays, 6-8 p.m.
• Book discussion: 3rd Wednesday of the month, 1-3:30 p.m.
• Researching the History of Education in the Oswayo Valley: 4th Friday of the month 1:00 p.m.

The following memorials were received this month: Dewayne Hanel from Onilee Hamilton; Albert Olmstead from Thornton & Bertha May Downs; Albert Olmstead from William & Mary Buchanan; deceased Variety Club Quilters from Gert Washburn, Mary Morris, Alice Kidd, Sharon Kottwitz, Monica Thomas, Helen Wronowski, Becky & Dee Edwards; Charlotte Voorhees from Shinglehouse American Legion Auxiliary. Donations were received from Bonnie Surra, Liselle & Richard Esposito and Nanipops.

Do you like to read, but can’t always make it to the library? We also have eBooks and audio books that are available through our website that you can download onto your eReader and MP3 player. Go to our website www.ovmlibrary.org and click on “Download Books”.

You can see what events are happening at the library and search the card catalog by visiting our website at www.ovmlibrary.org. You can also log into your account and renew books you have out or put a book on reserve. You can see what new books are available by clicking on the “New on the Shelves” tab.

“Like” our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ovmlibrary) to keep informed of events happening at the library.

The Oswayo Valley Memorial Library’s board of directors’ monthly meeting will be held on May 19th at 6:00 p.m. The public is encouraged to attend.


Coudersport Dispatched For Working Structure Fire

5/2/201410:54 PMFIRE / STRUCTURE519 E SECOND STCOUDERSPORT BORO
Coudersport Dispatched For Structure Fire

At 10:56 PM on Friday, Coudersport Fire Dept. dispatched to 519 East 2nd Street for a structure fire in an apartment complex.

11:02 PM--COMMAND REPORTS WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE . ROULETTE, AUSTIN, GALETON & PORT ALLEGANY DISPATCHED FOR MUTUAL AID.

FLAMES SHOWING THROUGH THE ROOF. POSSIBLE ENTRAPMENT REPORTED.
911 CENTER REPORTS FEMALE OCCUPANT IS NOT IN THE BUILDING 

11:39 PMFireC48FIRE UNDER CONTROL
 12:07 AM--FIRE OUT

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

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Spring Cleaning Days Ulysses Cemetery


Honoring First Responders


To all Roulette Alumni Association Members: The Reservation Deadline Is Fast Approaching

To all Roulette Alumni Association Members:

As noted in our program at last year’s banquet we have decided to cut down on the mailing of invitations due to the rising cost of postage, printing, etc. We will not be mailing invitations to anyone located in the Port Allegany, Roulette or Coudersport area and we have also decided to not mail invitations to anyone that has joined the Roulette Alumni page and also friends on Facebook. We have dropped our mailing from over 700 invites to less than 200 saving the organization over approximately $150. TC Specialties has offered to print what invitations that are needed at a minimal cost, I will be donating the address labels, the Association will purchase the postage stamps and my parents will apply the labels and stamps for mailing. Again…this will save us over $150 just in mailing fees which does not include the cost of address corrections that we pay every year which I believe has amounted to at least $50 every year. Please share this information with Family and Friends that you know are members and may be interested in attending the banquet this year. All contact information is shown on the invitation.

Remember…you must be an Association member to attend the banquet…the banquet is not open to the public.

Andy Kulp Jr. – Class of 1984
Roulette Alumni Assocation
Names & Address Committee
81 Burleson Avenue
Roulette, PA 16746
Phone: (814) 544-2612




Bradford EMS To South Avenue For Smoke Inhalation

Bradford EMS To South Avenue For Smoke Inhalation

At 8:45 PM on Friday, Bradford EMS dispatched to 940 South Avenue at the scene of a structure fire at a Beacon Light facility to evaluate 2 patients for smoke inhalation.

James H. McMichael, 60, Warren, PA

James H. McMichael
James H. McMichael, 60, Warren, PA, died Thursday afternoon, May 1, 2014 at U.P.M.C. Hamot, Erie, PA. after suffering an apparent stroke. 

He was born September 10, 1953 in Warren, PA. He was a lifelong Warren area resident.

Jim was a 1971 graduate of Warren Area High School. He was employed with the former Rexnord, Inc. for 33 years as a maintenance technician. Since 2006 he has been employed with Watson Memorial Home as Director of Maintenance. 

He was a member of the Warren Eagles Club. He was a sports car enthusiast, enjoyed walking, boating, motorcycling, cooking. He especially enjoyed his pet cat which was adopted from Paws Along the River. He was extremely mechanically gifted. He was a very giving person, even after death, becoming an organ and tissue donor.

He is survived by his wife of 32 years, Kimberley Broxton McMichael whom he married August 14, 1981 in Sheffield, PA., 3 Children – Jesse J. McMichael and wife, Michele of Warren, PA., Kyle R. McMichael of Madison, WI., Abby L. McMichael at home, 

His mother, Imogene Norris McMichael Schall and her husband, Stewart both of Whiting, N.J., 1 Brother – David McMichael of Warren, PA., 2 Grandchildren – Trey and Tori McMichael of Warren, PA., several nieces and nephews also survive.

He was preceded in death by his father, Forest McMichael.

Friends will be received at the Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc., 304 East Street, Warren, PA. Monday, May 5, 2014 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. A private funeral service will be conducted at the convenience of the family by Rev. Marcus Briggs, Chaplain of the Warren General Hospital, officiating. Interment will be in Oakland Cemetery. 

Those wishing to place memorials may do so through the Watson Memorial Home, 1200 Conewango Avenue, Warren, PA. 16365 or Paws Along the River, 212 Elm Street, Warren, PA. 16365. 

E-mail condolences may be sent by visiting www.lewisfuneralhomeinc.com

Pine Tree On Fire In Emporium

OUTSIDE FIRE-SM GRASS-BRUSH
Address: 114 W 5TH ST
City: EMPORIUM
Cross Streets: N MAPLE ST * POPLAR ST
REPORT PINE TREE ON FIRE
Agency: CAMERON CO 14 FD
5/2/2014 6:51:36 PM

Town Wide Smethport Sales Continue on Saturday


I-86 Closing between Exit 21 & 23 On May 12 Until October


Skywarn Training Set For Ulysses On May 15th/Report Weather To National Weather Service

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Man Found Under Crashed UTV By Passing Motorist Near Ulysses

Man Found Under Crashed UTV By Passing Motorist Near Ulysses Suffered Fatal Injuries

A Columbia, PA, man was found under his  UTV by a passing motorist at 3:15 AM  Friday on private property along Bailey Hill Road in Hector Township, Potter County.


Aldus Baum, 53, of 726 Kanes Hill Road, Columbia, PA, rolled his 2011 Polaris RZR UTV sometime between midnight and 3:15 AM, causing fatal injuries.

Trooper Ryan Salas of the Coudersport barracks, who investigated, said Baum was turning the UTV when it subsequently rollover on top of him.  The crash scene was discovered by a passing motorist. Baum was later pronounced deceased by Deputy Coroner Kenneth Wingo. Tri-Town Fire Dept & EMS assisted at the scene.

Barbara E. PEET, 73, of Westfield, PA

Barbara E. PEET, 73, of Westfield, PA, died Friday, May 2, 2014 in her home. 

Born April 9, 1941, in Blossburg, PA, she was the daughter of Lee and Margaret Carman Moon. She was married to Robert G. Peet, who predeceased her on September 12, 1996. Her longtime companion was Robert J. Stiles. 

Barb was a member of the Pentecostal Revival Center in Westfield. 

Surviving are: four sons, Robert J. (Tonya) Peet of Knoxville, PA, Timothy (Denise) Peet of Phoenixville, PA, Terry Peet of Warrington, PA, and Jeffery (Georgie) Peet of Woodhull, NY; a daughter, Lucinda (Robert) Stevens of South Williamsport, PA; 14 grandchildren; one great-grandson; long-time companion, Robert J. Stiles; three brothers, Edwin (Beverly) Moon of Westfield, Gary (Jackie) Moon of Whitesville, NY, and Robert L. Moon of Westfield; a sister, Sandi (Ken) Crumb of Orlando, FL; and nieces and nephews. 

 In addition to her husband, she was predeceased by a grandson, Andrew Peet; five brothers, Richard, Wayne, Freddy, Joseph, and Louis; and an infant sister, Bonnie. 

 Friends may call at the Pentecostal Revival Center, 584 Route 49, Westfield, PA on Monday, May 5, 2014 from 12:00 – 2:00 PM, with Funeral Services following at 2:00 PM. Rev. Kenneth Schoonover, Jr., Pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Ackley Cemetery, Sabinsville, PA.

Memorials may be made to Susquehanna Hospice, 24 Walnut Street, Wellsboro, PA 16901 or Pentecostal Revival Center, 584 Route 49, Westfield, PA 16950. 

Arrangements are entrusted to the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA.

 Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfuneralhome.com.

ENERGY INSTITUTE TO CO-SPONSOR SEMINAR ON NATURAL GAS VEHICLES

ENERGY INSTITUTE TO CO-SPONSOR SEMINAR ON NATURAL GAS VEHICLES

BRADFORD, Pa. – The American Refining Group/Harry R. Halloran Jr. Energy Institute at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is co-sponsoring a free educational seminar about natural gas vehicles May 13.

The seminar, which is being presented in conjunction with National Fuel Gas Corp. and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, will take place from 8:30 to 11 a.m. in the Mukaiyama University Room of the Frame-Westerberg Commons at Pitt-Bradford. Those who wish to attend are asked to register with Marti Sawyer at National Fuel, who may be reached at sawyer@natfuel.com or 1-800-551-5991.

The seminar is designed for representatives from businesses with fleet vehicles who would like to learn about converting their vehicles to run on compressed natural gas, explained Dr. Matt Kropf, director of the institute.

It will address purchasing or converting vehicles from passenger cars to heavy-duty trucks. John Gordon, general energy consultant for National Fuel, said that the company has seen a growing interest in the Bradford area in the use of compressed natural gas, which costs less than diesel and creates fewer greenhouse gas emissions.

For disability-related needs, contact the Office of Disability Resources and Services at (814)362-7609 or clh71@pitt.edu.

Coudersport Ambulance To CARP

At 4:36 PM on Friday, Coudersport Ambulance dispatched to CARP for a person injured in a pole vaulting accident on the track.

Oliver W. "Pat" Nicholas, 79, of 25 Euclid Ave., Bradford, PA

Oliver W. "Pat" Nicholas, 79, of 25 Euclid Ave., Bradford, PA, passed away Thursday, May 1, 2014, at the Bradford Regional Medical Center after a lengthy illness.

Born March 4, 1935, in Olean he was a son of the late Oliver and Wilma (Evens) Nicholas.

Mr. Nicholas worked as a mechanic for Rink Brothers and occupied the same position for 14 years at Fairway Ford. He later worked at Allegany Bradford Corporation and retired after 30 years of service.

He was a member of the Eagles Club, an avid NASCAR fan and enjoyed gardening and baking.

Surviving is his companion of 32 years, Elsie J. Rouff. A daughter, Tina G. Nicholas, and a son, Wesley A. Nicholas, a granddaughter, Kaileen Corbin, a half sister Connie Krammer and a half brother David Nicholas, and several nieces and nephews.

Family will be receiving friends on Monday, May 5, 2014, from 3 to 5pm & 7 to 9pm at Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes, Inc. 372 East Main St., where funeral and committal services will be held at 1:00pm on Tuesday, May 6, 2014, with Rev Raymond Gramata pastor of St. Bernard Church officiating. Burial will be in Willow Dale Cemetery.

Memorials, if desired, may be made to McKean County VNA Hospice, 1223 E Main St, Bradford, PA 16701.

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

Marilyn B. Hinsdale Walker, 56, of Clarendon, PA

Marilyn B. Hinsdale Walker
Marilyn B. Hinsdale Walker, 56, of Clarendon, PA died Thursday afternoon, May 1, 2014 at Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, following a brief illness. 

She was born August 19, 1957 in Jamestown, N.Y. She was the daughter of the late William and Mary Messenger Hinsdale. 

Marilyn was a lifelong Warren area resident and a 1975 graduate of Eisenhower High School. She was employed for over 35 years with Blair Corporation, Irvine Plant in the Stock Dept. 

She attended Grace United Methodist Church, was a member of the Clarendon Volunteer Fire Dept. Ladies Auxiliary, Monday Night Quilting group. 

She was a great mother who dearly loved her children, grandchildren, and always put her family as first priority in her life. She had numerous close and special friends. She was an avid Baker, Quilter and enjoyed reading. 

She is survived by her 2 loving children – Erica Bailey and husband, Joseph of Warren, PA., Kyle Walker of Tiona, PA.,

Special lifelong childhood friend, Karen Lucks of Warren, Pa.., 

1 Brother – William Hinsdale of Willow Spring, N.C., 1 Sister – Mary Johnson and her husband, Larry of Sugar Grove, PA., 2 Granddaughters – Ema Fox and Josie Bailey both of Warren, PA., several nieces, nephews and cousins.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her infant son – Tyler Lee Walker who died December 3, 1983, her granddaughter – Grace Elizabeth Bailey who died September 28, 2012, her in laws – Chester and Kathleen Kiernan Walker.

Friends will be received at the Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc., 304 East Street, Warren, PA. Sunday, May 4, 2014 from 1 to 3 and 6 to 8 P.M. A funeral service will be conducted Monday, May 5, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. at Grace United Methodist Church 501 Pennsylvania Avenue East, Warren, PA. Rev. Kevin Haley, Pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Wesleyan Cemetery, Sugar Grove, PA. 

The family suggests memorial contributions may be made through Clarendon Volunteer Fire Dept., 17 N. Main Street, Clarendon, PA 16313 or the Tim Walker Scholarship Fund, %Warren County Sheriff’s Dept., 407 Market Street, Warren, PA 16365 or the Warren Public Library Association, 205 Market Street, Warren, PA. 16365. 

E-mail condolences may be sent by visiting www.lewisfuneralhomeinc.com

WHAT TYPES OF OUTDOOR RECREATION ARE MOST IMPORTANT TO PENNSYLVANIANS?

WHAT TYPES OF OUTDOOR RECREATION ARE MOST IMPORTANT?

Pennsylvanians can weigh in by taking online survey.


Pennsylvania’s hunters, trappers, sport shooters and wildlife enthusiasts have the opportunity to make their opinions known.

An online survey, the results of which will be considered as part of an update to the Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, remains open and can be completed in minutes.

Questions on hunting, conservation programs, wildlife habitat and land acquisitions are included on the survey.

State agencies are working with experts across Pennsylvania to update the Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, which will help to guide future recreation investments, policies and facilities through 2018.

A new plan is required every five years in order for Pennsylvania to qualify for federal Land and Water Conservation funding.

Citizen feedback is a component that’s important in building the plan’s goals.

The online survey is one of three surveys that will be considered as part of Pennsylvania’s outdoor recreation plan update. A scientific survey was conducted earlier this year, and a survey of recreation providers also is being developed.

The online survey is completely confidential and can be accessed at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/paoutdoorrec. The survey remains open until May 16.

After feedback from all three surveys is analyzed, a draft plan will be written in late summer and will be available for review and comment on the plan’s website. Feedback sessions will allow citizens, providers and interested stakeholders to give their input before a final document is presented to the National Park Service later this year. Learn more at www.paoutdoorrecplan.com.

Roulette Ambulance To Main Street

At 3:46 PM on Friday, Roulette Ambulance dispatched to Main Street for a medical emergency.
Coudersport Ambulance dispatched.

Hospira Announces Urgent Nationwide Medical Device Correction For Gemstar Docking Station

05/02/2014 02:57 PM EDT
Hospira, Inc. (NYSE: HSP), announced today a nationwide medical device correction of the GemStar™ Docking Station (list number 13075), used in conjunction with the GemStar infusion pump. The correction is being taken following customer reports of two potential malfunctions that may occur with the GemStar Docking Station.

I-80 EB bridge repairs at Limestoneville on-schedule

I-80 EB bridge repairs at Limestoneville on-schedule

The contractor making repairs to the crash-damaged I-80 eastbound bridge over Route 254 at Limestoneville (Exit 215) remains on-schedule to reopen the closed lane on May 23.

HRI, Inc. placed new concrete for the damaged part of the deck this week.

Next week, concrete curing of the new deck will continue and the contractor will place new concrete for the damaged area of the parapet (wall).

No traffic issues have been reported to-date in the single-lane condition for I-80 EB at this work zone.

I-80 Columbia County work zone lane restriction May 5

I-80 Columbia County work zone lane restriction May 5

Here is a scheduled lane closure for Interstate 80 westbound at the Mifflinville River Bridge Project in Columbia County next week.

Weather permitting, on Monday, May 5, the contractor will set up a daylight signing pattern to close the I-80 westbound right lane from mile 242 (Mifflinville Exit) to mile 241 (Berwick Exit) to repair pavement damage on the temporary roadway. The westbound lane restriction will be in effect from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Warren County Students Locked In Rooms Friday While Police Search Lockers

Warren County Students Locked In Rooms Friday While Police Search Lockers
 3 Warren County Schools Involved; Police investigate/dispel rumors at Sheffield School

Warren County Public Safety posted this notice on their Facebook page at 12:45 PM on Friday:

On Friday, May 2, 2014 the Warren County School District with the services of the Pennsylvania State Police and the Narcotic Detector Dogs, conducted searches of Eisenhower Middle High School, Beaty-Warren Middle School, and Warren Area High School. The searches began at approximately 10:00 am and lasted until approximately 12:12 am. All interior locker areas and designated areas within each building were searched while students remained in classrooms. Central office administrators and building principals accompanied canine handlers from the Pennsylvania State Police throughout the search of each building. The District would like to thank the Pennsylvania State Police for their cooperation in today's events.

In a separate incident, rumors at Sheffield High School began yesterday when a student stated that students should wear the color blue tomorrow so they “don't get hurt”. This progressed throughout the day (yesterday), the rumor got bigger and more graphic, as rumors do. The student has been interviewed by law enforcement and the investigation is continuing; however I can say with confidence that there is no credible threat to any of the students or staff. 

The schools are not talking as to the reason for the actions, but say further information will be forthcoming.

Lehigh University Seeking Landowners To Complete Gas Leasing Survey

Participants to receive a $10. Gift Card
 
Researchers at Lehigh University are conducting a study on how Pennsylvania landowners decide to lease for gas drilling. We are seeking landowners who have had the opportunity to lease to take an online survey, whether they have leased or not. 

The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete. In appreciation for your time, we will email you a $10 amazon gift card. 

The link below will direct you to the online survey. Please forward this message and the link to other Pennsylvania landowners who might wish to answer the survey and receive a $10 gift card. 

To respect your privacy, your answers will be stored in a way that will not allow you to be identified. The research is funded by Lehigh University. It is not funded by any external special interest group. The survey link is:
https://lehigh.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_5vRyXAN8RXimZAV

We greatly appreciate your response.
David Casagrande
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Lehigh University

7 of Hearts Heroin Responsible For 8 Overdoses Thursday In Cambria County


Austin Junior Firefighters Competing At State Level In Harrisburg



Frontier Communications In Shinglehouse Got Buffaloed

Frontier Communications In Shinglehouse Got Buffaloed

Miz Monica stopped by the Frontier Communications office open house in Shinglehouse Thursday and met the Frontier Buffalo.

The Buffalo was there promoting new high speed  internet they now have available.

Interested customers can stop in the Shinglehouse office or call 814-697-6102 for more information about the high speed internet promotion.

Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. Cited Again By DEP in Dimock Township

PA Permit Violation Issued to Cabot Oil &Amp; Gas Corp in Dimock Twp, Susquehanna County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2014-05-01 to Cabot Oil &Amp; Gas Corp in Dimock Twp, Susquehanna county. 402CSL - Failure to adopt pollution prevention measures required or prescribed by DEP by handling materials that create a danger of pollution.
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

SWEPI LP Reports Drilling Started

SWEPI LP Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Sullivan Twp Township

SWEPI LP reports drilling started on 2014-05-02 00:00:00 at site CLARK 486 4H in Sullivan Twp township, Tioga county
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling, gas, unconventional

SWEPI LP Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Sullivan Twp Township

SWEPI LP reports drilling started on 2014-05-02 00:00:00 at site CLARK 486 2H in Sullivan Twp township, Tioga county
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling, gas, unconventional

Capitol Update By Rep. Martin Causer

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Friday, May 02, 2014 The latest news from the State Capitol

Kids’ Fest a Success!


Congratulations to the McKean County Collaborative Board and the Bradford Family YMCA for hosting a successful Kids’ Fest last weekend. More than 150 children and their families came out for the event, which featured interactive displays, developmental screenings, early learning resources...and some neat balloon flowers as well! Jill and Kris from my Bradford office, as well as my daughter Mallory and I, had a great time meeting the kids and sharing craft activities to teach them about our Commonwealth.
 
   

Protecting Electricity Consumers


 
Responding to the skyrocketing electric bills some consumers received this winter, the House Consumer Affairs Committee this week approved legislation to improve the transparency of contracts between customers and electric generation suppliers.

Since many of the problems impacted consumers with variable rate contracts, House Bill 2104 would limit rate increases for customers with variable rate plans to no more than 30 percent per billing cycle.

To assist all consumers, the bill also would: require requests to switch suppliers to be completed within five business days; outline language all electric supplier contracts must contain to clearly explain terms; and give the Public Utility Commission (PUC) specific authority to investigate customer complaints related to the rates charged by electric generation suppliers.

The legislation now awaits additional consideration by the full House. For more information on choosing an electric supplier, visit PAPowerSwitch.com.
 

Celebrating Reading


I had a great time reading to kids at the Bradford Family Center last week. We read “Stripes Of All Types,” which is a story that explores how animals around the world benefit from their stripes.
 
   

Maple Festival This Weekend


Just a reminder that the 48th Annual Potter-Tioga Maple Festival will be held on Friday and Saturday, May 2-3, in Coudersport. You can pick up all of your favorite maple products and enjoy the Maple Festival Parade, food vendors, crafts, antiques, music and even a kiddie carnival. Fun for the whole family!
  

Mentored Youth Fishing Day May 10


 
Working to get younger Pennsylvanians “hooked” on fishing, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) will hold a Mentored Youth Fishing Day on Saturday, May 10, at selected waterways in the Commonwealth. Locally, permitted youth and their mentors may fish at Lyman Run Reservoir in Potter County and Hamlin Lake in McKean County. To participate in the program, adult anglers (16 years of age or older) must possess a valid fishing license and trout/salmon permit and be accompanied by a youth. Youth anglers must obtain a free PFBC-issued permit, which is available at www.GoneFishingPA.com or at any of the more than 900 licensing agents across the state. More information may be found at www.fishandboat.com.
  

ShinglehouseAmbulance To North Puritan Street

At 11:05 PM on Friday, Shinglehouse Ambulance & Medic 6 dispatched to North Puritan Street for a medical emergency.

Potter County Artisan Center Open Noon to 8 PM Today

http://pottercountyartisancenter.blogspot.com/2014/03/potter-county-artisan-rev-evon-lloyd.html

Dog Found On Combs Creek Road in Port Allegany

Megan Renee

  • This pretty and sweet girl has been on my porch all morning anyone know whose she is Combs Creek Rd in Port

Route 225 section closed in Jackson Township, Northumberland County

Route 225 section Re-Opened At 10:45 AM

Motorists in lower Northumberland County are advised that a section of Route 225 is currently closed at the scene of downed utility wires in Jackson Township.

Route 225 is closed between the intersections with Route 3008 (Cherrytown Road) and Route 3010 (Schwaben Creek Road).

Emergency responders anticipate having Route 225 reopened there by early afternoon.

5-2-14 Recalls

05/01/2014 08:48 PM EDT

NOH FOODS OF HAWAII, of Honolulu, HI and Gardena, CA is voluntarily recalling its 2 ounce, 4 ounce, and 3 lb. (48 oz) packages of “Hawaiian Coconut Pudding” because they may contain undeclared dairy product.

Rushford Dispatched To Working Structure Fire On Upper Street

Rushford Dispatched To Working Structure Fire On Upper Street

At 12:47 AM on Friday, Rushford has been dispatched to a working structure fire on Upper Street & Main Street.

ORAMEL, BELFAST, NEW HUDSON, AND FILLMORE REQUESTED MUTUAL AID.
INTERIOR FIREFIGHTERS FROM HOUGHTON & BELFAST AND FAST TEAM 2 TO SCENE.