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Saturday, April 8, 2017

Arnold E. HAWKS, 95, of Wellsville, NY

WWII Vet
Arnold E. HAWKS

Arnold E. HAWKS, 95, of Wellsville, NY, died Friday, April 7, 2017 in Highland Park Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, Wellsville, NY. 

Born March 19, 1922 in Independence, NY, he was the son of Harley Harrison and Metta Almira Coats Hawks. On June 18, 1942, in Andover, NY, he married the former Mary I. Whitsell, who survives. 

He was a 1941 graduate of Andover Central High School. A World War II Veteran, he served honorably with the US Army in the European Theatre and was awarded a Purple Heart for wounds received in the Battle of the Bulge. 
 
He was employed by Dresser-Rand in Wellsville for 31 years. Arnold was a member of Knights Creek Evangelical Church in Scio, where he served on the Board of Trustees and formerly served on the Board of Stewards. He was a life member Morrison Hayes American Legion Post #702 in Wellsville and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local #1580 in Wellsville. 

Surviving besides his wife, Mary, are: five children, Beverly (David) Macauley of Saskatchewan, Canada, Leona (Walter Lindsley) Enders of Belfast, NY, Linda (Rev. Carl) Kemp of Scio, NY, Mary J. (Brian) Ennis of Andover, NY, and Jasa (Walter) Allen of Greenville, NC; 17 grandchildren; 42 great-grandchildren; 18 great-great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. 

He was predeceased by a grandson, Vic Kemp; and five siblings. 

Friends may call at the Mulholland-Crowell Funeral Home, Wellsville, NY on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 from 5:00 – 8:00 PM. Funeral Services will be held 11:00 AM, Wednesday, April 12, 2017 in the Knights Creek Evangelical Church, Scio, NY. His son-in-law, Rev. Carl Kemp will officiate. Burial will be in Whitesville Rural Cemetery, where Military Rites will be accorded by members of the Wellsville Legion Honor Guard. Memorials may be made to Knights Creek Evangelical Church, 2987 CR 9, Scio, NY 14880. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wellsvillefuneralhome.com.


Roulette Ambulance Dispatched To Port Allegany For Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle

At 10:20 PM on Saturday, Roulette Ambulance mutual aid to 3771 Rt. 155 for a pedestrian struck by an automobile. Location is north at the borough line.
At 10:35 PM--Port Allegany Fire Dept. to set up landing zone at High School parking lot for helicopter.

Blossburg Dispatched To House Fire On Granger Street

At 10:12 PM on Saturday, Blossburg Fire Dept. has been dispatched to a house fire at 213 Granger Street. Report smoke showing.

New York DEC denies permit for Northern Access Pipeline

By Times Herald staff Apr 8, 2017

New York state has denied a permit to National Fuel Gas to build the Northern Access Pipeline, citing concerns about impacts on wetlands, streams, fish and wildlife habitat along the route.

The state Department of Environmental Conservation announced its decision Saturday. A letter dated Friday, April 7, was sent to National Fuel Gas informing the company of the decision, which calls into question the entire $455 million project to build a pipeline from Sergeant Township in southern McKean County, Pa., up into Erie County of New York to transport hydraulically fractured natural gas.

"After an in-depth review of the proposed Northern Access Pipeline project and following three public hearings and the consideration of over 5,700 comments, DEC has denied the permit due to the project's failure to avoid adverse impacts to wetlands, streams, and fish and other wildlife habitat," the DEC said in a statement Saturday. "We are confident that this decision supports our state’s strict water quality standards that all New Yorkers depend on.”Supporters and opponents of the proposed Northern Access Pipeline waited Friday for word from the state Department of Environmental Conservation on the project’s wetlands and air permits.

Friday was the deadline for the DEC to approve or disapprove the permit to cross hundreds of streams, ponds and wetlands over the 96-mile pipeline route in New York state.

A spokeswoman for National Fuel, Karen Merkel, said Saturday that the company would have no comment at this time. She said a news release would be forthcoming on Monday.  Read more...

Kane Dispatched To 2 Vehicle Crash

At 5:23 PM on Saturday, Kane Fire Rescue & Ambulance have been dispatched to the intersection of Chase St. & Haines Street for a 2 vehicle crash. Unknown injuries. Chief 530 reports no entrapment.

Coudersport Ambulance To American Legion Post

At 4:50 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance & ALS have been dispatched to the American Legion Post for a person fallen.

Roulette Easter Egg Hunt 2017 Edition

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Ludlow & Kane Dispatched For Crash On Longhouse Drive

At 4:17 on Saturday, Ludlow and Kane have been dispatched to a one vehicle crash on Longhouse Drive near the county line. Unknown injuries or entrapment.

Paul F. Trimble, 90, of Oswayo, PA

Paul F. Trimble
“beloved husband, father and grandfather”

OSWAYO, PA----Paul F. Trimble, 90, of Oswayo, PA, passed away at home surrounded by his loving family on Friday, April 7, 2017, after a short illness.

Born on March 8, 1927 in Quarryville, he was a son of William J. and Clara B. Stokes Trimble. On December 17, 1983 in Hebron Township, he married Gertrude R. “Gert” Bell, who survives.

Korean War Veteran

He attended Mount Aetna schools. Paul was a U.S. Army veteran having served during the Korean War. He served in the tank battalion maintenance shop, receiving a letter of appreciation for technical knowledge and devotion to his work.

Paul, in his earlier years worked the family farm and was also a truck driver. He then was a self- employed antiques dealer.

Paul was a dedicated member of the American Legion. He was a P.U.F.L. member of Carl E. Hyde American Legion Post 963 in Ulysses, and a past member of Shinglehouse American Legion Post 530 and a past club steward for the Post 530 Club. He served as a past adjutant and financial officer for Potter Post 192 and a director for the Post 192 Club in Coudersport. Paul was an original member of the Potter County Honor Guard. He was a post 16th District Deputy Commander and 16th District Adjutant. 

 He was an active member and a great fundraiser for the Genesee Rod and Gun Club in Genesee. He was a former member of the Limerick Lions Club. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed snowmobiling. He was an enthusiastic volunteer for many organizations.

Surviving besides his wife are eight children, William (Judy) Trimble of Grantville, Eugene (Karen) Trimble of Wernersville, Steven (Sheila) Trimble, Kathy (Ronald) Gross, and Robert Austin, Jr., all of Shinglehouse, Kevin (Kim) Austin of Bradford, Glenda (Bob Peters) Doner of Hermitage, TN, and Kandi (Mark) Goodreau of Port Allegany; many grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; three sisters, Margaret Boucher of Hamburg, Rita Garloff of Myerstown, and Sara (Robert) Manbeck of Robesonia; and many nieces and nephews, including a special nephew, Craig (Tammie) Garloff of Myerstown.

In addition to his parents, Paul was predeceased by a grandson, Neil Trimble; a great-granddaughter; two brothers, John Trimble and Roy Trimble; and two sisters, Mary Repshur and Celesta Manbeck.

Friends may call from 6 pm to 8 pm on Monday and from 9 am to 11 am on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, 118 South Union Street, Shinglehouse, where funeral services will follow at 11am with the Rev. Carl Greene, chaplain of the Potter County Hospice, the Rev. Thomas E. Brown, pastor of St. Theresa Catholic Church, Shinglehouse, officiating. Committal services and burial will be held in Rathbone Cemetery, Coneville.

Members of the Potter County Honor Guard will accord full military honors on Tuesday.

Flowers are gratefully declined and will be provided by the family, Memorials may be made to the Shinglehouse Volunteer Ambulance Association, PO Box 98, Shinglehouse, PA 16748 or to Carl E. Hyde American Legion Post 963, PO Box 236, Ulysses, PA 16948. 

To express condolences or share a fond memory of Paul, please visit www.virgillhowardfuneralhome.com

Shinglehouse Ambulance To Tinker Stevens Road

At 3:00 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance has been dispatched to Tinker Stevens Road for a woman fallen.

RECALLS

Mibo Fresh Food Recalls Turkey Salad Products Due to Misbranding and Undeclared Allergens
Mibo Fresh Food, a Fort Worth, Texas establishment, is recalling approximately 3,434 pounds of ready-to-eat salad products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens.

NRCS Announces Funding to Help Producers Install High Tunnel Systems

HARRISBURG, PA, March 28, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) now has funding available through the Agricultural Management Assistance (AMA) program to help Pennsylvania farmers install high tunnel systems.

AMA, authorized under the 2014 Farm Bill, helps agricultural producers use conservation to manage risk and solve natural resource issues through natural resources conservation. NRCS is currently offering high tunnel systems and associated practices, such as irrigation and erosion control, through AMA.

High tunnel systems provide many benefits. They can extend the growing season, improve plant and soil quality, improve air quality and reduce energy use. Producers are encouraged to sign up for financial assistance by the application deadline date of April 21, 2017.

Applications will be ranked, with the highest priority given to urban areas, medium priority for suburban areas, and other areas will be given the lowest priority. (See map below for priority areas.)  Read more...

https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/detail/pa/newsroom/releases/?cid=NRCSEPRD1322475

Wellsboro & Galeton Dispatched For Drowning Victim On Rail Trail

At 2:05 PM on Saturday, Wellsboro & Galeton have been dispatched to the Rail Trail near the bottom of the Turkey Path for a drowning victim. CPR is in progress.

Nationwide Manhunt

https://bluelivesmatter.blue/joseph-jakubowski-manhunt/

Lafayette, Bradford Dispatched To 3 Vehicle Accident On Rt. 219 Near Tack's Inn

At 1:15 PM on Saturday, Lafayette Township Fire Dept. & Bradford EMS have been dispatched to a 3 vehicle crash at Rt. 59 & Rt. 219 near Tack's Inn with possibly multiple injuries.
1:19 PM--Mt. Jewett Ambulance dispatched.

Claudia Ann Kurjakovic, 31, of 124 E. Elm St., Olean, NY

Claudia Ann Kurjakovic

Claudia Ann Kurjakovic, 31, of 124 E. Elm St., Olean, NY, died suddenly from a terminal illness Tuesday (April 4, 2017) at Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo, following a battle with mental illness.

Claudia was born Dec. 29, 1985, in Keflavik, Iceland, and was a daughter of Vel and Cindy M. Chismire Kurjakovic.

Claudia was a 2004 graduate of Olean High School. She went on to graduate magna cum laude in 2008 from Syracuse University with a degree in international relations. Claudia worked as a social worker for a period of time. She formerly lived in Port Allegany, Pa., where she grew up. Claudia recently lived in Buffalo before moving back to Olean.

Claudia enjoyed international traveling and had studied abroad. She was educated in Medicare law. Claudia loved studying, education, knowledge, current events and foreign affairs. She loved horses and was an accomplished equestrian. Also, Claudia was active in local and regional theater.

Claudia is survived by her mother, Cindy M. Kurjakovic of Olean; her stepmother, Nancy A. Kurjakovic of Corning; a stepbrother, Michael Howland of Greenville, S.C.; three aunts, JoAnn (Enrico) Chismire Zautzik of Rome, Susan (Max) Chismire Greeley of Roulette, Pa., and Nevenka Kurjakovic Harverson of Pittsburgh; and five cousins, Hannah Greeley of Washington, D.C., Isaac (Laura) Greeley Pittsburgh, Lisa (Robert) Nay of Raleigh, N.C., Adam (Noel) Greeley of Collegeville, Pa., and Giuliano Zautzik of London.

Claudia was predeceased by her father, Vel Kurjakovic, on July 9, 2011.

Friends will be received at the Letro-McIntosh-Spink Funeral Home Inc., 646 E. State St., Olean, on Sunday (April 9, 2017) from 1 to 3 p.m., at which time a memorial service will be held. The Rev. Nila M. McIntyre will officiate.

Memorials may be made to the SPCA of Cattaraugus County, 2944 Route 16 N., Olean, NY 14760. Online condolences may be made at 
www.LetroMcIntoshSpinkFuneralHome.com.

Grace H. Aumiller, 82, of Shinglehouse, PA

 Grace H. Aumiller
“Beloved Mother and Grandmother”

Grace H. Aumiller, 82, of Shinglehouse, PA passed away on Friday, April 7, 2017 in Sweden Valley Manor, Coudersport, after a long illness.

Born on September 24, 1934 in Cross Fork, she was a daughter of John E. and Eva G. Terrette Simons. On July 8, 1949 in Shinglehouse, she married Howard L. Aumiller, Sr., who passed away on January 7, 1995.

Grace attended Shinglehouse High School. She was employed coating units at AVX Corporation in Olean, retiring after 28 years of service. She later was employed by Advanced Monolithic Ceramics in Olean for several years.

Grace loved bowling, gardening, and playing cards, video games, and Yahtzee. She most especially loved spending time with her family.

Surviving are three sons, Dale E. Aumiller of Shinglehouse, Donald G. (Mindi) Aumiller of Shinglehouse, and Howard L. “Jack” Aumiller of Campbellsville, KY; four daughters, Susan K. Aumiller of Bolivar, NY, Patricia L. (Victor) Austin of Hinsdale, NY, Melody L. “Sam” (Jeff) Dunkleman of Vine Grove, KY, and Stacy L. (Joseph Reagle) Johnston of Ceres, NY; fifteen grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; three brothers, Dr. Willard L. “Bill” (Marie) Simons of Cuba, NY, Howard P. “Scuff” (Linea) Simons of Shinglehouse, and Michael J. (Rosita) Simons of Shinglehouse; and many nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents and husband, Grace was predeceased by a grandson, Howard Lewis Aumiller III.

In keeping with Grace’s wishes, there are currently no services planned.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Shinglehouse Volunteer Ambulance Association, PO Box 98, Shinglehouse, PA 16748.

Grace’s family has entrusted her care to the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse.

To express condolences or share a fond memory of Grace, please visit www.virgillhowardfuneralhome.com

Drilling Started; PA Gas Drilling Permits Issued

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

SWEPI LP reports drilling started on 2017-04-06 00:00:00 at site LINGLE 1102 23H in Deerfield Twp township, Tioga county
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling, gas, unconventional

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

SWEPI LP reports drilling started on 2017-04-06 00:00:00 at site LINGLE 1102 21H in Deerfield Twp township, Tioga county
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling, gas, unconventional

SENECA RESOURCES CORP Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Gamble Twp Township

SENECA RESOURCES CORP reports drilling started on 2017-04-02 00:00:00 at site EASTON 29H 51384 in Gamble Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling, gas, unconventional

SENECA RESOURCES CORP Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Gamble Twp Township

SENECA RESOURCES CORP reports drilling started on 2017-04-01 00:00:00 at site EASTON 31H 51386 in Gamble Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling, gas, unconventional

SENECA RESOURCES CORP Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Gamble Twp Township

SENECA RESOURCES CORP reports drilling started on 2017-04-01 00:00:00 at site EASTON 30H 51385 in Gamble Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling, gas, unconventional

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in McCalmont Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2017-04-03 00:00:00 to XTO ENERGY INC for site R.C. WINSLOW 6HU in McCalmont Twp township, Jefferson county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in McCalmont Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2017-04-03 00:00:00 to XTO ENERGY INC for site R.C. WINSLOW 5H in McCalmont Twp township, Jefferson county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

Bill Pekarski: Day 219, Living life on my terms

Bill Pekarski

Day 219, Living life on my terms.


First things first; my wife told me that I forgot something in my story dedicated to Gerri Miller. You see, back when the Ladies Auxiliary at the Coudersport Fire Hall used to have pancake breakfasts every month we would always go down for breakfast around 11 a.m. Almost every time we showed up, we were joined by Gerri and Jane James at our table.

The two of them were such a pleasure with which to enjoy breakfast and conversation on those mornings. Before then, Beth didn’t even know them, but she started looking forward to seeing them at the hall each month. We talked about all sorts of topics and community issues along with plenty of laughs and smiles. It is just another example of how great of a person Gerri is as well as her late friend Jane. Jane is deeply missed by many of us and I pray that she rests in peace.

It is sad for me to think about Jane sometimes as I knew personally and professionally how much pain she endured on a daily basis. Even though she was suffering from chronic pain, she always wore a smile and spoke happy thoughts. I always remember wishing I could have done something more to help her find relief.

Sometimes, that is just what happens in the Emergency Room. As nurses, we always want to do what we can to help people feel better. In our little community, our patients are very often our friends so we always want to go that extra mile.

There have been several times that I had very good friends who presented to the ER with difficulty breathing, cough, or congestion that upon further examination we would discover that they were having a heart attack. While no one ever wants to hear that diagnosis, it is the greatest feeling in the world when you do all of the right things and save that person’s life.

It may be a few days, a few weeks, or a few months later, but when you see that person again and they take the time to thank you for what you did, it makes you proud to be a nurse.

Emergency Room nurses never get to see patients at their best. Let’s face it, if you are in the ER there is something wrong and all you want is help. Every day, nurses provide care for a multitude of patients with complaints ranging from toothaches to trauma. There have been times when I can remember going from one room where we were doing CPR and desperately trying to resuscitate a patient to a different room where I was removing a tick from a person’s scalp. It is just the nature of the job, and it is something I have missed for the past two years.

I was very upset this week when I read where one of my old workmates at Bradford Regional Medical Center was punched in her face by a patient demanding narcotics to treat her pain. It has become a common occurrence across the country and it has to stop. There is never a reason to strike a person who is working to help you and others; it is inexcusable and I hope the perpetrator is punished to the full extent of the law.

I realize we are not in a city like Los Angeles or Philadelphia, but our rural hospitals face many dangers, especially in the ER. What is there to really stop someone from bringing a gun or other type of weapon into the hospital? None of the local facilities have what most of us would consider adequate security. At least when the police are called, they respond as quickly as they can, but it still takes time. Meanwhile, we have secretaries and technicians working at open desks with absolutely no protection. In many ways, our local hospitals have been extremely lucky.

Still, I can’t wait for the day that I am able to return to working and start paying my good fortune forward. In my heart, I know it is what I am meant to be doing and I will get back there. It is still just going to take a little more time. Until then, I have my writing, my wife, my family, Little League Baseball/Softball, Pirates baseball, music, and my friends to bide my time as I continue to recover.

Today I want to dedicate my progress to all of my fellow nurses out there who are dedicated to helping others as well as Jane James. The work we do really makes a difference, do it as long as you can.

Ridgway Dispatched To Fire In Mulch At Treatment Plant

At 11:48 AM on Saturday, Ridgway Fire Department has been dispatched to the water treatment plant on Portland Mills Road for a fire in the mulch at that location.

Pool progress and donations

Kalie Cobb
Jim, we wanted to let everyone know our fundraising progress for the Coudersport town pool renovation. To date, 176 donors and businesses from Coudersport, surrounding areas, and 10 other states have given $111,711.00. 

We are excited about our progress, our fundraiser May 13th at the Legion and new pledges of commitment.

Just this week, Kalie Cobb organized (for her senior project) a pool fundraiser through Goodwill Industries in Coudersport. Goodwill, the Coudersport elementary school and high school will except clothing donations. For every pound of clothing donated, Goodwill will give 19 cents to the pool fund. So there is no better time than now to empty your closets. Donations are accepted until April 14th.

Thank you Kalie for your community spirit and help with the pool.


Pecora seeks re-election to Bradford City Council

Tim Pecora
Tim Pecora is seeking the Republican nomination to Bradford City Council in the May primary.

Pecora, who resides at 106 Harding Ave., has been on city council since January 2014. He spent his first two years on council overseeing the parks and public property department. Since January 2016, he has been overseeing the fire department and public safety. The Republican is seeking one of three open seats on city council.

Pecora, who was born and raised in Bradford, said he is running again because he feels he has more to contribute.
“I would like to develop a strong and diverse community leadership that is inclusive, collaborative and connected,” Pecora said, adding he will continue to adopt fiscally responsible budgets that focus on the core functions of government and remove non-essential costs whenever possible.

“I want to continue to search for ways to increase economic development as well as continue to fight blight in the city,” he said.

Part of fighting blight is working with code enforcement and utilizing existing ordinances and laws, Pecora said, adding this includes supporting the Board of Health as it springs into action when properties fall into serious disrepair, which result in demolishing dilapidated properties.
“Bradford has all the ingredients available to be a great success story – warm and friendly residents, strategic location for businesses, affordable cost of living, numerous leisure and recreational opportunities, plentiful natural resources, top-notch higher educational facilities and an educated workforce with a good work ethic,” Pecora said. “I feel that working together, we can make Bradford a go-to destination for business, families and visitors.”

Above all, Pecora loves and wants to see the city thrive and become a showcase the entire area can be proud of.

Since January 2014, Pecora has been employed at Sundahl & Co. Insurance as a commercial account executive. He was previously employed at Control Chief Corp. for 1 ½ years and Burns & Burns Associates of Bradford for eight years. His prior work experience includes positions with insurance companies in Pittsburgh.

Pecora is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in business and economics.

He is a member of the Kiwanis Club, Bradford Lodge #749 F&AM, Tuna Valley Trail Association, McKean County Rifle Club, Bradford Landmark Society, LaStella Lodge, National Rifle Association and St. Bernard Church.

He previously was a member of the board of the Bradford Area Chamber of Commerce from 2002 to 2009 and was president of the board from 2007 to 2008. He was also on the board of directors of the Downtown Bradford Revitalization Corp. for a one-year term in 2009.

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​Major Traffic Switch Next Week on I-80 in Montour County

Montoursville, PA – A multi-year, $30 million project continues next week on Interstate 80 in Montour County with a major traffic switch that will shift one eastbound lane across the median to the westbound side of the interstate.

The eastbound traffic will be separated by concrete glare screen from the two westbound traffic lanes. The other eastbound lane will remain on the eastbound side of the Interstate. Traffic will be returned to a normal two lane pattern just past the Columbia County line.

In preparation for the shift, on the night of Sunday, April 9, there will be alternating lane closures in the eastbound lanes from mile 223 to mile 229 so old pavement markings can be removed, new markings painted, temporary barrier installed and signs uncovered.

Weather permitting, the traffic switch will occur Monday morning.
This traffic pattern will remain in place during the reconstruction of the eastbound passing lane and shoulder from the Route 54/Danville Interchange to the Columbia County line. Traffic will still have access to Route 54 from the right travel lane throughout the reconstruction phase.

Reconstruction will begin after the contractor finishes installing barrier on the eastbound side of the interstate between mile 224 and mile 229.

Motorists should be alert and stay in their lane while approaching the traffic switch.

Cameron County Canoe Classic is a go

Southern Cameron Emergency Alerts & Info

Cameron County Canoe Classic is a go for Saturday. Start time has been changed to noon.

At 11:57 AM--Radio reports 173 paddlers participating in this year's Canoe Classic.

4-8 Easter Egg Hunt Port Allegany Hogan

4-8 Easter Egg Hunt Port Allegany Hogan

4-8 Easter Egg Hunt, Turtlepoint

Tracey Chappell Memorial Easter Egg Hunt is April 8th at 1 p.m. at the Turtlepoint Park in Turtlepoint, PA.

Roulette Easter Egg Hunt 4-8-17

See Cub Cadet All-Around Strength At Moon's Farm Yard Center In Ulysses & Wellsboro

Join Hamilton's Maple Products For Breakfast Saturdays & Sundays In Ulysses

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"All You Can Eat" Pancake Supper Saturday At Sartwell Creek Union Church

Seneca Highlands CTC Seeking A Permanent, Full-Time Early Learning Instructor

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Over 100 Husqvarna Mowers To Choose From At Howard's Inc In Coudersport, PA

http://www.howardsinc.net/s/showcase/157/make/2652/

Empereon/Constar Now Hiring In Coudersport; 35 Positions Available! Training Starts Monday.

https://www.empereonconstarjobs.com/

Cole Memorial Seeking Candidates For LPN"s, RN'S, CMA'S, & RMA's

The Hotel Crittenden and Crittenden TapRoom proudly present their upcoming Easter Buffet!

The Easter Buffet will be on Easter Sunday, April 16th, from 11am-3pm.

Their famous Easter Sunday Buffet will feature a slow smoked Beef Roast Au Jus, Glazed Honey Ham, and a Grilled Chicken Breast in a lager cream sauce as their tantalizing entrées. Additionally, there will be a full buffet, featuring Sun Dried Tomato Pasta Alfredo, Sweet and Sour Meatballs, a California-blend Vegetable Medley, Crab stuffed Mushrooms, Sausage stuffed Mushrooms, a creamy Spinach and Artichoke dip, Greek Caprese Skewers, Ambrosia salad, a fantastic Fresh Fruit display with Strawberry dip, Corn and Black Bean Salsa and our incredible homemade Tortilla chips! There will also be a colorful Deviled Egg Coleslaw, a large array of artisan baked breads, Vegetable Crudité, and a FULL Soup and Salad bar.

If you have room for more… be sure to stop at our delicious Easter Dessert bar for a wide range of sweets and treats.
 

To make your RESERVATIONS, call 814-274-8320





Automotive Shop Items & Tractor For Sale/Air Compressor is SOLD

 

Death to be investigated as homicide

Philip A. Holmes
Reporter  Sun Gazette
pholmes@sungazette.com

Donald Kleese Jr. was murdered in his home, state police and Lycoming County Coroner Charles E. Kiessling Jr. confirmed on Friday.

The 82-year-old man was slain in his residence at 2005 Quaker Hill Road in Eldred Township, police said, but investigators declined to say how he was killed.

A relative found his body about 6:30 a.m. Thursday.

Police also confirmed that Kleese’s 2005 Subaru Outback had been stolen from the house and that it was “later recovered,” but a crime supervisor at the Montoursville barracks declined Friday to say where.

The supervisor said “there was no reason to believe that the public was in danger,” but he evaded questions when asked if a suspect was in custody or being detained. Read more...

Shinglehouse Driver Charged With DUI After Traffic Stop On Rt. 44


Camouflage Hunting Blind Stolen From Location Near Slack Hollow Road


Vehicle Suffers Malfunction, Catches Fire, Genesee Driver OK


Police Looking For Persons Who Dumped Trash Along Reilly Hollow


Galeton Man Charged With DUI, Drug Possession


Friday, April 7, 2017

Bradford Dispatched To Possible Structure Fire

At 11:20 PM on Friday, Bradford City Fire Dept. has been dispatched to 17 Congress Street for a possible structure fire.

Arnold E. HAWKS, 95, of Wellsville, NY

Arnold E. HAWKS

Arnold E. HAWKS, 95, of Wellsville, NY, died Friday, April 7, 2017 in Highland Park Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, Wellsville, NY. 

Arrangements will be announced by the Mulholland-Crowell Funeral Home, Wellsville, NY. 

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

Coudersport Dispatched To Set Landing Zone

At 10:11 PM  on Friday, Coudersport Fire Dept. dispatched to set up LZ at Leete Farm for helicopter.
10:18 PM--RECALLED

Water Leak, Sinkhole In Downtown Bradford

At 7:20 PM on Friday, Bradford Water Authority notified of a sink hole and water leak downtown by the Y.

Pauline Rowland Sarvis, 94, a resident of the Rouse Suites in Youngsville, PA, and formerly of Sugar Grove, PA

Pauline Sarvis

Pauline Rowland Sarvis, 94, a resident of the Rouse Suites in Youngsville, PA, and formerly of Sugar Grove, PA, died Thursday, April 6, 2017, at the John and Orpha Blair Hospice Residence in Warren, PA.

Pauline was born in the village of Lander, PA, on Easter Sunday morning, April 16, 1922, in the home of her parents, Paul Clark Rowland and Bertha Wenzel Rowland. Growing up in Lander, she was a graduate of Lander High School, Class of 1940 and had attended every yearly alumni reunion since she graduated 76 years ago. In 1941 she graduated from the Hoff Business College in Warren, PA, and then was employed in the office of the Struthers Wells Corporation. In later years she was employed by and retired from the Sugar Grove office of Penn Bank.

On April 20, 1946, she married Harry Sarvis in the Lander Methodist Church, where Rev. Grant Mottern officiated. She and Harry had resided in Sugar Grove since 1948. A member of the Sugar Grove United Methodist Church, Pauline was on the Administrative Council, United Methodist Women, and the Care Team. From 1963 to 1970 she served on the Building Committee for the planning and construction of the Education Building, which was completed and dedicated in 1970.

Pauline had been a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Jamestown, NY chapter, since June 1961, and the Kanoagoa Chapter of the Daughters of the American Colonists since 1963. She had held elective offices of both Tax Collector and Auditor in Sugar Grove borough.

Pauline loved to travel and she and Harry had enjoyed many bus trips in their retirement. Her hobbies were photography, “Just one more picture,” visiting lighthouses, and in particular she always looked forward to traveling with her daughter and friends Gladys and Cindy to the Ashtabula County, OH, Covered Bridge Festival in October.

Pauline was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Her smile lit up a room, and people naturally gravitated to her because they knew she genuinely cared about them. She was loved by many and will be greatly missed.

Pauline is survived by her daughter, Mavis Campbell, and her husband, Arthur, of Dover, OH; a grandson, Christopher Campbell and his wife, Alla, of Fairfax, VA; a granddaughter, Mary Stevenson and her husband, Dan, of Gnadenhutten, OH; 8 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters – Leah Bacchetti of Lakewood, NY, and Eleanor Johnson of Russell, PA. Four nephews also survive; Robert Bacchetti of Russell, PA; Daniel Johnson of Pittsburgh, PA; Bradley Johnson of Erie, PA; and David Bacchetti of Buffalo, NY; along with several great nieces and nephews. 

Preceding her in death were her husband, Harry Sarvis, in January 2015; her mother in 1973; her father in 1976; 2 brothers – Howard Emery Rowland in 1971 and Robert William Rowland in 1932; and a great nephew, Kyle Chase Johnson in May 2013. Pauline’s family would like to thank the staff of the Rouse Suites for their kind, loving care during her stay there.

Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service to be held at 11:00 A.M. on Monday, April 10, 2017, at the Sugar Grove United Methodist Church, 3 Race Street, Sugar Grove, PA, with Rev. Sheila Auer, Pastor, officiating. A luncheon will follow the service at the church. Interment will be at the convenience of the family in Pine Grove Cemetery, Russell, PA. 

In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Sugar Grove United Methodist Church, or to Hospice of Warren County, 1 Main Avenue, Warren, PA, 16365, or to a charity of choice. 

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc., 304 East Street, Warren, PA. E-mail condolences may be sent by visiting www.lewisfuneralhomeinc.com

ANNUAL THOMAS LECTURE TO ADDRESS THE BOER WAR

BRADFORD, Pa. – The popular annual history lecture by Dr. Marvin Thomas, professor of history at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, will address The Second Boer War between members of the British Empire and the South African Republic and Orange Free State.

The talk will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, in Rice Auditorium in Fisher Hall on the campus. It is free and open to the public.

“The public expected it to be over by Christmas,” Thomas said of the war, which began in October of 1899. “It proved to be the longest, costliest, the bloodiest, and most humiliating war that Britain fought between 1815 and 1914.”

Thomas has been teaching European history at Pitt-Bradford since 1969. He was chosen in 1997 as the recipient of the Pitt-Bradford Alumni Association’s Teaching Excellence Award.

Last year, he published “The Saxon Aspect of the Bavarian Allodial Succession 1777-1779: The History of a Legal Dispute,” which deals with the decade before the French Revolution and the last days of absolute monarchical rule in Europe.

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

Paul L. BASTIAN, 88, of Shongo, NY

Paul L. BASTIAN

Paul L. BASTIAN, 88, of Shongo, NY, died Thursday, April 6, 2017 in Highland Park Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, Wellsville, NY. 

 Born June 19, 1928, in Williamsport, PA, he was the son of John Edward and Florence Logue Bastian. 

He was a 1945 graduate of Wellsville High School. On December 29, 1948, in Wellsville, he married the former Betty Fisher, who survives. 

US Merchant Marine, US Army Veteran

A US Merchant Marine Veteran, he served honorably from 1945 – 1946. After his marriage, he served honorably the US Army from 1948 – 1951. 

 He was employed by Dresser-Rand in Wellsville in the engineering department for 40 years. Paul enjoyed his time camping with friends and attending blue grass festivals. 

 He also enjoyed the home he built in Shongo, where the beautiful countryside and nature’s surroundings were where he truly found peace. 

He was very proud to have been a generous blood donor to the Red Cross. 

Surviving besides his wife, Betty, are: four children, Barbara (Stephen) Clark, Bonnie (James) Wilson, Robert (Laurie) Bastian, and John Bastian; nine grandchildren, Stephanie Clark Tanner, Adam Clark, Robert Shelley, Christopher Shelley, James Wilson, Shelly Bastian, Shandon Bastian Phillips, Lance Bastian, and Paul Bastian; 13 great-grandchildren; four sisters, Mary K. Linza, Thelma Cott, Shirley Bush, and Juanita Bastian; nieces and nephews. 

He was predeceased by a brother, LaRue Connor. 

In keeping with Paul’s wishes, there will be no visitation or service. 

 Memorials may be made to the Red Cross, David A. Howe Library, or the Alzheimer’s Association. 

Arrangements are entrusted to Mulholland-Crowell Funeral Home, Wellsville, NY. 

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

PennDOT Lowers Speed Limit on Route 155 in Liberty and Annin Townships

Clearfield, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of

Transportation (PennDOT) has lowered the speed limit on a section of Route 155 in McKean County. The speed limit on Route 155 from the Two Mile Restaurant to just south of Dunbar Crossing Road had been 55 miles per hour. Yesterday, April 6, the speed limit in this area was posted to 45 miles per hour, which extends the section of Route 155 that is posted for 45 miles per hour.

PennDOT made the speed limit change after completing a speed study. Crash history was a factor in making the change.

The new speed limit is legally posted and drivers are reminded that the new, lower speed limit is enforceable. PennDOT reminds motorists to obey posted speed limits and to always buckle up.

Found Up On Two Mile Road near Port Allegany


Lytie A. HARDER, 94, of Wellsville, NY

Lytie A. HARDER

Lytie A. HARDER, 94, of Wellsville, NY, died Thursday, April 6, 2017 in Jones Memorial Hospital, Wellsville, NY. 

Born November 24, 1922, in Alma, NY, she was the daughter of Wilbur and Grace Marshall Hunt. She was married to Maurice L. Harder, who predeceased her in 1994. 

Lytie was employed as a nurse’s aide at Mary’s Nursing Home and Highland Nursing Home. She was devoted to her family. 

Surviving are: five children, Wayne Harder of Wellsville, Sara (James) Newark of Belmont, NY, Richard Harder of Wellsville, Kevin Harder, and Ann Harder, all of Wellsville; seven grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; three siblings, Loretta Lewis of Whitesville, NY, Laura Harder of Wellsville, and Lester Hunt of Wellsville; nieces, nephews, and cousins. 

In addition to her husband, she was predeceased by a son, Eric Harder; a daughter-in-law, Marie Harder; and seven siblings. 

Friends may call at the Mulholland-Crowell Funeral Home, Wellsville, NY on Monday, April 10, 2017 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM, with Funeral Services following at 3:00 PM. Lay speaker Michelle Serra will officiate. Burial will be in Yorks Corners Cemetery. 

Memorials may be made to Wellsville Volunteer Ambulance Corps. 

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

Shinglehouse Ambulance To Rt. 44 South

At 3:38 PM on Friday, Shinglehouse Ambulance has been dispatched to Rt. 44 South for a medical alarm activation.
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