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Solomon's Auction & Yard Sale Page

McKean County Raceway

Howard Hanna

UPMC Cole

Friday, September 24, 2021

No Injuries In One Vehicle Crash On Old Kersey RD In Fox TWP.


 

Cyclone Man Charged With Cruelty To Animals In Lafayette TWP.


 

DUI Charges Pending In Lafayette TWP.

 


Two Arrested For Underage Drinking In Roulette TWP.


 

DEP Announces $750,000 in Grants for Environmental Educational Projects

Free webinar on how to apply in October
 

Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced that $750,000 in available grant funding is available for environmental education projects. 

Additionally, DEP will hold a free webinar on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM regarding this grant funding and staff will review the application process, offer tips, and answer questions. Registration is required.

Environmental Education Grants are available to schools, colleges, nonprofit community and environmental organizations, county conservation districts, and businesses.

“This grant opportunity assists educators in their efforts to inform residents and visitors on ways to maintain the health and beauty of Pennsylvania,” said DEP Secretary Patrick McDonnell.

While all education project topics are considered, water quality, climate change, and environmental justice are priority areas. Project examples include tours, demonstrations, and hands-on learning experiences and workshops on stream monitoring, rain gardens, wetlands, green infrastructure, and other watershed stewardship; solar and other renewable energy, alternative transportation, energy conservation, and other approaches to address climate change; and improving air quality and community and municipal partnerships to address local environmental challenges. For more examples, see the grant awardees that received 2021-22 funding.

Projects with a local focus may receive up to $3,000 and regional or statewide initiatives may receive up to $20,000. Projects that engage students and teachers at the local, state, and national levels may be awarded up to $85,000.

Applications must be submitted through eGrants (first-time users will need to register.) This grant round has an application deadline of Friday, December 10, 2021, by 11:59 PM. Instructions are available at Environmental Education Grants.

The Environmental Education Grants program was established by the Environmental Education Act of 1993, which mandates setting aside 5% of the pollution fines and penalties DEP collects annually for environmental education in Pennsylvania. More than 2,020 organizations have received more than $11 million in grants since the program began.

Retail Theft In Genesee TWP.


 

Genesee Man Arrested For Drug Possession


 

Drug Possession Charges Pending In Coudersport Boro


 

Cameron County Mud Run Saturday, October 9th

STILL BRINGING IT BACK
NEW LOCATION: 136 Old Portage Road, Emporium Pa 15834

 Saturday, October 9th
 Cameron County Mud Run

Free admission, there will be food trucks.
Nam Knights and Rich Valley Wines will be serving alcohol.

Participants can begin entering at 9am. The mud run will begin at 2pm. Please share to spread the word on the updated event. We will have waivers that must be signed by participants and spectators before you enter the property.
If you have any questions please message me, Austin Smoker
You may also contact Jack Smoker @ 814-389-5635
 Thank you.
https://www.facebook.com/mudrun

If you have any questions please message Jack Smoker at 814-389-5635

Sponsorship is available! If you or your business would like to help sponsor this event, reach out to us at 814-389-5635. The sponsor fee will be $100 per year. We will have a 2’x 6’ vinyl banner made with the business name and logo on it . This will be hung at every event in 2021/ 2022. The deadline is September 25.

Cameron County Mud Run t-shirts Colors available: black, white, yellow, orange, and pink Sizes: youth: x-small, small, medium, large Adult: small, medium, large, x-large, 2x-large Please direct message Julie Smoker with pre-sale orders or stop into Sunny Side Boutique 10am-6pm Monday through Friday. $12 per shirt on pre-sale Shirts will be for sale at event for $15 Thank you

Roulette cleanup days are today and tomorrow

Roulette Township

Just reminding everyone that cleanup days are today and tomorrow. Please take advantage of this time to get rid of the junk we all seem to accumulate. Thank you

Austin Ambulance to School Street


At 11:33 AM on Friday, Austin Ambulance has been called to School Street for an unknown medical call.

September 25, 2021 is National Hunting and Fishing Day

September 25, 2021 is National Hunting and Fishing Day. The Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) and Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) each recognize this occasion to rededicate themselves to their agencies' missions to conserve our wildlife and aquatic resources, and serve the millions of hunters, trappers, anglers, and boaters of the Commonwealth. PGC Executive Director Bryan Burhans and PFBC Executive Director Tim Schaeffer partnered to deliver a unified message and thank everyone who has purchased a hunting or fishing license. For more information, visit www.pgc.pa.gov and www.fishandboat.com

Ulysses Dispatched For Fire Alarm

At 11:21 AM on Friday, Ulysses Fire Dept. has been dispatched to 471 Pusher Siding Road for an automatic fire alarm.

Report nothing showing from exterior.

THURSDAY Update: COVID-19 Numbers Soaring

Potter County Today
September 23rd, 2021


Coronavirus case counts across the region continue to rise. Potter County had 26 new cases diagnosed between Tuesday and Thursday. 

Twelve COVID-19 patients are hospitalized at UPMC Cole, with one in intensive care. There have now been 1,467 documented cases and 29 COVID-related deaths in Potter County.

Of greater concern is the growing “active” case count in the county, which stands at 128 and rising. Those are cases in which the victim has contracted the disease over the past two weeks and is considered highly contagious. Pa. Dept. of Health (DOH) estimates that the number of people carrying the virus in a locale is likely four or more times higher than the reported cases. However, the department no longer releases information on “active” case counts per community.

Testing is available at UPMC Cole for physician-referred patients. Tests are also being administered at Buchanan Brothers Pharmacy (visit the website here or call 1-800-635-8611) and Rite Aid Pharmacy (visit the website here or call 814-274-0439).

Meanwhile, between Tuesday and Thursday there were 46 cases and one more COVID-related death in neighboring Cattaraugus County, N.Y., where the count now stands at 6,728 cases and 97 deaths. Lycoming County had 154 more cases with two more fatalities (13,935 cases and 316 deaths). Tioga County reported 75 more cases (3,733 cases, 116 deaths); Allegany County, N.Y., 33 new cases and one more fatality (4,019 cases, 93 deaths); McKean, 38 cases (4,258 cases, 76 deaths); Cameron, 5 cases (395 cases, 10 deaths); Clinton, 54 cases and one more fatality (4,214 cases, 71 deaths); and Elk, 30 new cases and one fatality (3,461 cases, 48 deaths).

Potter County now has a vaccination rate of 43 percent (5,538) among residents age 18 and older. Statewide, 80.5 percent have been inoculated. UPMC Cole offers the vaccine to eligible patients at its outpatient offices. 

To schedule an appointment for an adult, call 814-274-5460; for pediatric patients, call 814-274-9198. Buchanan Brothers Pharmacy in Coudersport administers the vaccine by appointment; call 814-274-8660. Rite Aid pharmacies continue to book appointments. To access the online reservation form, click here.

Statewide, there has been a 250-percent increase in the number of children who have been infected since early August. In recent days, some 28 percent of all cases have been diagnosed in children.

PA Permit Violations Issued

PA Permit Violation Issued to CABOT OIL & GAS CORP in Forest Lake Twp, Susquehanna County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 9/23/2021 to CABOT OIL & GAS CORP in Forest Lake Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a86 - CASING AND CEMENTING - DEFECTIVE CASING OR CEMENTING - Operator failed to report defect in a well that has defective, insufficient or improperly cemented casing to the Department within 24 hours of discovery. Operator failed to correct defect or failed to submit a plan to correct the defect for approval by the Department within 30 days.
Incident Date/Time: 2021-09-23 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to CABOT OIL & GAS CORP in Forest Lake Twp, Susquehanna County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 9/23/2021 to CABOT OIL & GAS CORP in Forest Lake Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a86 - CASING AND CEMENTING - DEFECTIVE CASING OR CEMENTING - Operator failed to report defect in a well that has defective, insufficient or improperly cemented casing to the Department within 24 hours of discovery. Operator failed to correct defect or failed to submit a plan to correct the defect for approval by the Department within 30 days.
Incident Date/Time: 2021-09-23 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

Capitol Update by Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint)


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As chairman of the House Majority Policy Committee, I led a tour and roundtable discussion at the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center in Bucks County last week. The facility is considered one of the most successful biotech incubators in the country. It offers an environment that allows 50-100 scientists to work with entrepreneurs to turn life science ideas into something useful for society. You can watch the roundtable discussion here.


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Friday, September 24, 2021 The latest news from the State Capitol
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Increasing Our Investment in Broadband Expansion

Continuing my effort to bring additional high-speed internet service to rural communities like ours, I recently introduced bipartisan legislation to commit $100 million in federal stimulus funding to the effort.

House Bill 1766 would direct the money to the Unserved High-Speed Broadband Funding Program, which was created last year through legislation I also authored. The program is administered by the Commonwealth Financing Authority and provides grants in support of broadband expansion in areas most in need of these services.

The pandemic has only reinforced what we have known for a long time – a lack of high-speed internet service puts rural communities and those of us who live here at a significant disadvantage. Students have fewer tools to learn, businesses are less competitive and patients are further limited in their health care options.

This investment would represent a serious commitment to broadband expansion across the Commonwealth. The bill is pending consideration by the House Consumer Affairs Committee.
 
 
State Lawmakers, Officials Visit Kinzua Bridge State Park


Last week, I was happy to welcome members of the House Tourism and Recreational Development Committee, and the House Game and Fisheries Committee, to the district when they visited Kinzua Bridge State Park. We were also joined by DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn and DCNR Deputy Secretary for Parks and Forestry John Norbeck. The park and visitor center, which opened just over five years ago, has been a great asset to our region!
    
 
Firearms Safety and Rights Seminar Set for Oct. 18

I am joining Rep. Clint Owlett in hosting a Firearms Safety and Rights Seminar at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18, at Tri-Town Volunteer Fire Company, 810 SR 49, Ulysses.

We’ll be joined by Potter County District Attorney Andy Watson and Trooper Sierra Rose of the Pennsylvania State Police for a discussion of the state’s concealed carry laws, the Castle Doctrine and other valuable information regarding state gun laws.

Please RSVP by visiting www.RepCauser.com or by calling the Coudersport office at 814-274-9769.
 
 
Potter County Senior Citizens Expo Friday, Oct. 8

Please join us on Friday, Oct. 8, for the Potter County Senior Citizens Expo! The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Roulette Fire Hall, 12 River St., Roulette.

The event is free to attend, and lunch will be provided. State, county and local exhibitors will be on hand to distribute information and answer questions about a variety of issues. Health screenings will also be offered, and door prize drawings will be held at 11:30 a.m.

Due to the expo, our offices in Coudersport and Bradford will be closed all day on Friday, Oct. 8. The offices in Kane (814-837-0880) and Harrisburg (717-787-5075) will remain open.

For more information about the senior expos, contact Causer’s Coudersport office at 814-274-9769. Information is also available at RepCauser.com or on Facebook at Facebook.com/RepCauser.
 
 
Voting Rights Protection Act Reintroduced

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A comprehensive election reform measure vetoed earlier this year by Gov. Tom Wolf has been reintroduced in the state House.

A key component of the bill – to expand voter ID guidelines to require all voters to present ID each time they cast a ballot – was initially cited by the governor as a main reason for his veto, but he has subsequently said he is open to expanded ID requirements.

The Voting Rights Protection Act, now House Bill 1800, would expand ID requirements but also ensure ALL registered voters can comply by calling on counties and the Department of State to issue durable voter registration identification cards, similar to those already provided. Voters also would be able to use other types of identification, including their state-issued driver license or ID card.

Like the prior version of the bill, the measure also includes other security enhancements, improved uniformity in voting practices across all 67 counties and enhanced voter access.

Learn more here.    
 
 
Policy Committee Visits PA Biotechnology Center

Also last week, the committee visited the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base-Willow Grove in Montgomery County and participated in a roundtable discussion about ongoing water contamination issues in the area. You can watch that roundtable discussion here.
 
 
Dairy Grant Program Accepting Applications

The Center for Dairy Excellence is now accepting applications for a second round of funding through the Dairy Excellence Grant Program. This is a competitive grant program that offers up to 50%, or a maximum matching level of $5,000, to approved dairy farms.

Improvement projects can include anything related to improving dairy farm efficiency, cow comfort, milking facilities, housing facilities or feeding systems. The project should focus on improving milk production per cow and/or enhancing overall farm profitability and efficiency.

The deadline to apply is Oct. 15. More information is available here. 

Roulette Ambulance to Trout Brook Road


At 10:08 AM on Friday, Roulette Ambulance has been called to Trout Brook Road for AMS.

City of Bradford Police Arrest Man on Warrants

On September 23rd, 2021 Pennsylvania Game Commission and Pennsylvania Waterways Conservation Officers attempted to serve summary arrest warrants at 138 East Avenue in the City of Bradford. 

A male was contacted and provided a false name and date of birth to the Officers. City of Bradford Police were called to the scene and detained the subject for positive identification using the fingerprint AFIS system. 

The male subject was found to be Charles M. Johnson Jr. and he was a wanted individual with active arrest warrants related to drugs from the McKean County Sheriffs Department. 

Johnson was remanded to McKean County Jail on the arrest warrants. City of Bradford Police have charges pending against Johnson for false identification to law enforcement. 

Arrest Date: Thursday, September 23, 2021 - 1:00pm Charges: McKean County Bench Warrant Incident Type: All Other - Criminal Source: City of Bradford Police Department

Austin Ambulance to Bush Hill Road


At 8:43 AM on Friday, Austin ambulance has been dispatched to Bush Hill Road for a woman fallen.

Coudersport Ambulance to Cole Manor


 At 8:19 AM on Friday, Coudersport Ambulance has been called to Cole Manor for syncope.

Potter County Farmer's Market Friday in Coudersport

 The next Potter County Farmer’s Market, located on the Coudeersport square across from the jail, will be open this Friday, September 24th, from 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM (weather permitting). Here is a list of who plans to be there and what they plan on bringing to the Market:

Blue Marble Farm plans to be at the Market
with tomatoes, beans, carrots, zucchini, cantaloupe, watermelon, cucamelons, Duchess of Oldenburg apples, lettuce mix, and more! Accepting SNAP/EBT and Credit/Debit cards, as well as FMNP checks. For more information, contact Lisa at bluemarblefarm@outlook.com or at 814-320-1308 

Mahlon Davenport will be there with new and different woodcrafts! For more information, contact Mahlon at mnsdavenport@verizon.net, or by calling 814-642-2464.

Joanie's Apiary is hopefully planning on being there,
depending on the weather; she plans to bring fresh honeycomb right off the hives, along with the usual honey, and beeswax products such as candles, body and hand creams, and wood polish, as well as notecards of Potter County. For more information or for any special orders, you can contact Joan at joaniesapiary@gmail.com.

Alpaca Creations will be a vendor at the Market this Friday, bringing a big variety of alpaca socks in many sizes, as well as new varieties, lots of assorted yarns,and hand-knit, multi-colored alpaca bears! Dill and butternut squash will also be available. On Saturday, they will be at Kick Ash BBQ in Emporium. Accepting Credit or Debit. Questions: alpacas@zitomedia.net, or https://alpacas75.wixsite.com/website, or by calling 814-601-0049

Card Creek Bakery is planning to be there this week,
bringing some of your favorite breads and sweets throughout the fall! Fresh brown eggs from their hens will also be available. For more information, call 814-544-7313, or by contacting Netra at netrabaker@hughs.net.

Think About It

Hoe In Your Own Row
by
Pastor B.J. Knefley

Years ago I heard a sermon about hoeing in your own row. It was one of those messages that I’ve never forgotten. It’s a subject that is practical and applicable to everyday life. 

Have you noticed that everyone has an opinion and that they believe that theirs is the only one that counts? It doesn’t matter what the subject matter is, someone somewhere has an opinion and they want you to know what it is. To hoe in your own row simply means to take care of your own weeds before you go around hoeing the weeds out of someone else’s garden, (life). But we don’t do we? We look around and see what we consider some offensive issue somewhere and jump on the bandwagon of offense. Plastering our savory thoughts across social media sights for all to see while the weeds of our own life go unnoticed and choke out what we should be taking care of in our own garden.

The idea of hoeing in your own row is very much like the story Jesus told of taking care of the log in your own eye before you try to take our the splinter in someone else’s, (Luke 6:42). It makes me wonder how much different our world would be if we practiced this type of scrutiny. You know, taking care of our own lives before we start meddling into the life of another person. Personally I’ve had to look in the mirror often and found that the very thing that frustrated me about others was very evident in my own as well. I’ve had to do an attitude adjustment before talking to someone else about theirs.

Hoeing in your own row simply means to take at look at our own life, motives, attitudes, and beliefs and make adjustments wherever they are needed. Learn to live life as an example rather as an expert. Understand that in life, teaching others how to do things works better than just telling them. Teaching them and working along side of them will create a friend. Taking your hoe and hacking away at their garden will only create an enemy. The options are simple the choice is yours. Think about it.

Shinglehouse Borough Will Be Accepting Sealed Bid Proposals For Snow Removal


 

Large Garage Sale In Osceola This Thursday, Friday, And Saturday


 

Lloyd Burkhouse Auctions On-Site Estate Auction 3017 East Valley Road Smethport, PA


 

Coudersport Shop "N Save Is Hiring For Part -Time Positions


 

Come to Galeton and Save $$$ At North Central Supply And The Shops of Quarter West

North Central Supply and The Shops of Quarter West, 25 West St., Galeton, Pa.  Open Tues-Friday 10-5, Sat. 9-4.  Some new items in ... Lots of prehung doors ready to install.. Lots of new Spring decor and farmhouse primitives at Grammy's Shack.. New washer, dryers refrigerators and gas and electric ranges.. Save money and make the drive to Galeton! Nobody beats our prices..period! 25 West St Galeton, Pa. Open Tuesday-Friday 10-5 Sat. 9-4 25 quarterwest@gmail.com


 

Coudersport Shop 'N Save Is Hiring A Deli Manager


 

Home Coming Dresses At Sew Much More In Coudersport PA.


 

Coudersport Shop 'N Save New Hours Effective Immediately


 

2 Day Estate Sale In Salamanca September 24th, and 25th


 

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Kersey Fire Dept. was dispatched to Brandy Camp Rd. for a truck crashed into a tree

 
On September 23, at 9:15 pm Kersey Fire Dept. was dispatched to Brandy Camp Rd. for a truck crashed into a tree with blood on the running board with no individuals in the area.

Wellsoboro Fire and ambulance were dispatched to Charleston St . for an MVA

 
On September 23, at 7:06pm Wellsoboro Fire and ambulance were dispatched to Charleston St . near the ball field for a one vehicle rollover crash with entrapment. the patient is alert and speaking.

PITT-BRADFORD FINANCIAL AID TO HOLD INFORMATION NIGHTS

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s Financial Aid staff will be offering free financial aid information sessions for college-bound students.

The financial aid high school night in-person presentations begin in the next several weeks and will continue through the end of October 2021. In the event that a school’s C-19 policies change before the scheduled presentation, a Zoom meeting will be substituted, and the school’s guidance office will provide you with the link. The schedule is as follows:


6:30 p.m.    Sept. 30                Pioneer (N.Y.) Central High School


6:30 p.m.    Oct. 5                   Cameron County High School


6:30 p.m.    Oct. 13                 Coudersport Area Junior-Senior High School


6 p.m.         Oct. 14                 Otto-Eldred High School Library


6:30 p.m.    Oct. 20                 Smethport Junior-Senior High School


6 p.m.         Oct. 21                 Oswayo Valley Junior-Senior High School


6 p.m.         Oct. 26                 Bradford Area High School

The Bradford Area High School session will be a Zoom meeting, and the guidance office will be providing the link to students and families.   

 Information covered will include basic information on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), deadlines and tips that will make completing the FAFSA easier. A counselor will also talk about the financial aid process and the different types of aid that are available to families and students.

Finally, the counselor will talk about different situations that can affect aid, such as income, academic progress and whether or not a student is considered a dependent or independent student. There will be time for questions during or after the presentation.

Pitt-Bradford will also sponsor several FAFSA completion nights. Sessions will enable families to complete the FAFSA online with some assistance from the staff. Those interested should bring their 2020 Federal tax return with related W-2 forms. Families should also bring FSA user names and passwords, if they have them, and investment statements for assets other than retirement accounts. In the event of any Covid-19 policy or protocol changes, we will reschedule the event, if possible, or cancel, if necessary.

From 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 4, the Financial Aid staff will be at the Warren-Forest Higher Education Council, Suite F in Warren, to guide parents and students through the FAFSA application. Pre-registration is required for this event by calling 814-723-3222, at which time the current COVID-19 protocols will be detailed.

A second completion event will be offered from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 at the Kane Area High School, room 105 in Kane.

A final completion event will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 18 at Pitt-Bradford in the Richard E. and Ruth McDowell Fitness Center, computer lab room 158. Masks and completion of a daily health attestation will be required. Some waiting may be required as space will be limited to two people per family.

For more information, may contact, Deborah Woodley, Pitt-Bradford Assistant Director of Financial Aid, at (814)362-7550 or woodley@pitt.edu.

Wellsboro Fire and ambulance were dispatched to 2084 Catlin Hollow Rd. for a one car MVA

 


On September 23 at 5:37 pm Wellsboro Fire and ambulance were dispatched to 2084 Catlin Hollow Rd. for a one car MVA. There is one occupant denying injuries

Roulette, Port Allegany & Coudersport Dispatched to Attached Garage Fire


At 4:56 PM on Thursday, Roulette Fire Dept. dispatched for an attached garage fire at 14 Cow Hollow Road. Port Allegany & Coudersport dispatched to assist.

Report light smoke showing. 

5:15 PM--Fire under control.

Edward L. Smith, 73, of Bradford, PA

Edward L. Smith

Edward L. Smith, 73, of Bradford, PA passed away on Wednesday, September 22, 2021, at the Bradford Ecumenical Home. 

Born on November 25, 1947, in Center, Kansas, he was a son on the late Merton and Ardath(Quick) Smith. 

 Larry graduated from Butler High School in Hutchinson, KS and completed some college education before he joined the United States Marine

Vietnam War Veteran

Corps, receiving an honorable mention for his service from 1966-1969 during the Vietnam Campaign. 

After the military, he worked for Superior boiler as a welder and later retired as the maintenance manager from Oak Canyon Furniture in Phoenix, Arizona. 

He met Linda K. Kramer in California and after several years of dating, they got married on September 3, 2001 in Bullhead City, Arizona. 

Larry loved to fish, watching television, and enjoyed being the handyman, working on the house and his vehicles. 

He is survived by his wife Linda of 20 years, one son Jeff Smith, Step son Randy (Julie) Petitt, of Oakley, California, step daughter Carol Shugars, Phoenix, AZ, Sisters Deanna (CJ) Compton, of Missouri and Paula Clements, Nebraska, Brother Phillip Smith, of Kansas, three sisters in law Rosemary (the late Robert) Gilling, Jessica (Richard) Skillman, and Kelly (William) Eck, all of Bradford, grandchildren Tiffany, Jacob, Desiree, Leanne, Samantha, and several nieces and nephews.

Larry was preceded by his parents, sister Cindy Moore, brother Robert Smith, and brother in law Keith Clements. 

Keeping with Larry's wishes, there will be no public service. 

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Home, Inc. Online condolences can be made at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

Derrick City Fire Dept. and Bradford City ambulance were dispatched to Bolivar Dr.

 
On September 23, at 4:45 pm Derrick City Fire Dept. and Bradford City ambulance were dispatched to Bolivar Dr. in front of the auto zone for a two car MVA with possibly minor injuries

Penny L. Bollhorst, 81, Coudersport, PA

Penny L. Bollhorst 

 “beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister and aunt” 

Penny L. Bollhorst, 81, a longtime resident of Coudersport, passed away with her loving family by her side on Wednesday, September 22, 2021, in UPMC Cole, Cole Place, Coudersport, after a short illness.

Born on Sunday, April 21, 1940, in Port Allegany, she was a daughter of Edgar D. and Betty Patricia French Brewer.  On July 11, 1959, in St. Eulalia Catholic Church in Coudersport, she married William C. “Bill” Bollhorst, who survives.     

Penny was a graduate of Coudersport High School.  She was a loving homemaker, caring for her family was her greatest love.     

Penny was a member of St. Eulalia Catholic Church.  She was a faithful customer of the former Jim and Hilda’s Restaurant in Coudersport and was an avid QVC shopper.    

Surviving in addition to her husband, are two sons Daniel W. Bollhorst and James B. (Lori) Bollhorst, both of Coudersport; a daughter, Tamara L. (John) Setzer of Coudersport; five grandchildren, Cortney N. (Justin) Gentzyel, Zachary D. (Ashley) Cowburn, Koriann J. (Tom Kisiel) Bollhorst, Patrick D. Bollhorst, and Brittany M. Bollhorst; six great-grandchildren, Makenzie Gentzyel, Mauly Gentzyel, Addyson Gentzyel, Zygmund Kisiel, Braelynn Cowburn, and Brendan Cowburn; a sister, Roxanna L. Dwyer of Coudersport; and two nieces, Jalyn Tezik and Amy Kelly.     

In addition to her parents, Penny was predeceased by a brother-in-law, Andrew J. Dwyer.      

Family and friends may call from 7pm to 9pm on Friday at the gathering space of St. Eulalia Catholic Church in Coudersport.  A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10am on Saturday, September 25, 2021, in St. Eulalia Catholic Church, Coudersport, with the Rev. James Campbell, pastor, as celebrant.  Burial will be in St. Eulalia Catholic Cemetery, Coudersport.
   
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Eulalia Catholic Church, 6 Maple Street, Coudersport, PA 16915 or to a charity of the donor’s choice.     

Penny’s family has entrusted her care to Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse.     

To express condolences or share a fond memory of Penny, please visit www.virgillhowardfuneralhome.com or the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home Facebook page.

Coudersport Ambulance to Park Avenue.


At 4:28 PM on Thursday, Coudersport Ambulance has been called to Park Avenue for syncope.

Potter County Commissioners Meeting Minutes From September 09, 2021


 


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Port Allegany Ambulance Dispatched For Traumatic Injury


At 3:39 PM on Thursday, Port Allegany Ambulance has been dispatched to Route 6 East for a 4 year old female with a traumatic injury from being kicked in the head by a horse. Air medical requested to LZ at the scene. Fire Dept. to assist at LZ.

Potter County Commissioners Meeting Agenda September 23, 2021