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Saturday, August 4, 2007

Medical Helicopter Ordered To Scene of Motorcycle Crash

A medical helicopter has been dispatched to the scene of a motorcycle crash on Route 144 at Carter Camp where persons on scene are reporting a serious injury.

Terra Curtis Posts For Bike and Build

Miraculously, an oasis of internet!

Here I am in Missoula, Montana. It must have been a week and a half or two weeks ago that I last wrote. Luckily, there is a very nice public library here in town with enough computers for us and the citizens.

Since I last wrote, we have accomplished some pretty amazing things, if I do say so myself. I can't even remember it all, but in about 5 days we climbed Togwotee Pass (and the continental divide), Teton Pass, the continental divide again (back east) into Montana, and Flesher Pass, crossing back to the west side of the divide. Here we are in Missoula at an elevation of about 3200 ft. I think, in a tea-sup shaped valley unfortunately filled with smoke from the wildfires burning just 50 miles away. According to the locals, this never used to be, but is becoming, a common summertime occurrence.

Click the links on the Bike and Build Rider links on the lower right to see pictures and other rider posts. These bicyclists came through Potter County on June 19.

Weather Radar Link Added

Solomon's Words has added a link to local weather radar on the lower right side of the page. By clicking on this link, you will get up to date weather in motion radar from the weather underground site.

Water Use Still Limited In Roulette

Non-essential use of water of the Roulette Township water system is still banned. Normal pressure has returned to most of the system due to regulation of use. The township is working to bring another well online, but restrictions are necessary to make sure everyone has water. Officials will issue public statements when there is a change of status for the water system.

Activities prohibited during the emergency include lawn-watering, irrigation of gardens, trees and shrubs, washing of sidewalks, patios, tennis courts, and such operation of water fountains, artificial waterfalls and reflecting pools, and washing of vehicles. A complete list of prohibited uses and exceptions is available at the township building during regular business hours.
WESB News: 08/04/07 - St. Mary's Police Searching for Missing Woman

The St. Mary's Police Department is searching for a woman missing now since June 22. Michelle Lynn Benjamin was last seen at her home during the afternoon of the 22nd.

She is also known as Michelle Lynn Dilley from a previous marriage. She may be driving or riding in a 1992 maroon Buick four door sedan. Benjamin is 5'4" and weighs around 120. She has long red or brownish red hair and blue eyes.

If anyone has any information they are asked to contact St. Mary's Police.

Friday, August 3, 2007

At The Potter County Fair--Saturday, Aug. 5, 2007

10:00 am.........Old Timers Horse Show
1:00 to 5:00............ All Rides one price.
5:00 pm....................Release of Exhibits
6:00 to 10:00 pm..."Burnin Hills Band"
10:00 pm..Fireworks By Rizers Fireworks
Free Parking--Free Admission--Free Entertainment
Route 44--Millport, PA
WFRM Reports:

PennDot has confirmed that the replacement of the Spec. Mike Franklin Bridge over the Allegany River on East Second Street in Coudersport has been delayed until next year. Detour preparations will begin this fall and it appears there is a low bidder for the project but the contract has not yet been awarded.

Causer, Scarnati Announce McKean County Fair Grant

The McKean County Fair Association has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the state for improvements at the fair grounds, Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) and Sen. Joe Scarnati (R-Brockway) announced today.
The grant will be used to replace fencing around the 40-acre fair property, which will improve safety at the site. The total project cost is $52,000.
“The fair is one of the biggest and most popular events in McKean County for people of all ages,” Causer said. “Investing in our fairgrounds is a wise investment for the state.”
Scarnati agreed. “One of the best things about summer in Pennsylvania is our county fairs. They offer a chance to celebrate our farming roots and to recognize the important role agriculture continues to play in our communities today.”

The grant was awarded by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture through its Capital Improvement Matching Grant program. The funding supports improvement and maintenance projects at fairs across the Commonwealth.

Wind farms outlawed from the PA ‘Wilds’


WELLSBORO — Plans by the state to allow wind farms to build on all but 2 percent of state forest lands have been abandoned, according to a Department of Conservation and Natural Resources spokeswoman.

Chris Novak, agency director of communications, said Thursday that discussions had been ongoing but, because of efforts to attract people to the natural resources and develop ecotourism, the agency has pulled state forest lands in the 12-county area known as “The Wilds” out of the running.

“The Pennsylvania Wilds are off the table, along with all other state forest lands, except about two percent located in spots in the southcentral portions of the state, wherever there is adequate wind and ridge tops,” said John Quigley, DCNR director of legislation and strategic initiatives.

Thursday, August 2, 2007

Pastor Matt Holcomb At Youth Service Saturday

Pastor Matt Holcomb will speak at a special Youth Service at the Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle on Saturday, August 4, 2007. Service starts at 6:30 pm. Youth and Adults are invited to attend.

Pastor Matt is a youth pastor on staff at the DOOR Fellowship Church, in Williamsport, PA. where his parents are the founders and senior pastors. He has been the youth pastor since 1994 . He is a graduate of Blue Ridge Chapel School of the Prophets in Rocky Mount, Virginia. His grandfather, Rev. Joseph Crandall, founded the school.

Pastor Matt has been called to preach to this generation the uncompromising message of the gospel of Jesus Christ. He has been anointed to lead young people to a lifestyle of being sold out to the purpose of Jesus Christ. He has ministered in youth groups and conferences in various states and overseas.
Check out the new posts from the Bike and Builders in the links on the lower right side of this page. Several have posted new pictures from Montana. 30 of them bicycled through this area and stayed at the Coudersport Alliance Church on June 19th.

Men's Prayer Breakfast At Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle

The monthly men's prayer breakfast at the Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle is Saturday, August 4, 2007 at 8:00 am in the Sanctuary.

At The Potter County Fair--Friday, August 3, 2007

9:00 am.....Junior Dairy Show
6:00 pm.....Trophy Horse Show
7:00 pm.....4-H/FFA Junior Livestock Auction
7:00 to 11:00 pm..."Kelly Mountain Boys"
Free Admission--Free Entertainment--Free Parking
Route 44--Millport, PA

Do Not Call List Runs Out Soon--Re-Register Now

WFRM Reports:

Attorney General Tom Corbett has launched a kick-off of a statewide “Do Not Call” re-registration. The AG explains that the list is only valid for five years from the date of initial registration. Consumers who were among the first group to register in 2002 must re-register by September 15, 2007 or their number will be dropped from the Do Not Call registry on November 1, 2007.

Corbett who is charged with the responsibility of enforcing the law, says his office has made it easy to register. Consumers may re-register by calling 1-888-777-3406, by mailing their name, mailing address telephone numbers and signature to his office in Harrisburg or on line at on line

Corbett says if you are registered and receive nuisance telemarketer calls, he wants to know. Call the toll-free number and report the call

One Vehicle Crash At Ulysses Wednesday

State Police at Coudersport investigated a one-vehicle crash at noon Wednesday on Horseshoe Road in Ulysses Township.

Police said Justin Allen Sharp, 24, of Thomas Paine, Illinois, was driving north on Horseshoe Road when he attempted to retrieve a cigarette lighter and accidentally veered off the road and hit a tree. His 2002 Land Rover SUV rolled onto the driver’s side.

Sharp was wearing his seat belt and was not injured.

The SUV had moderate damage and had to be towed from the scene.

Police cited Sharp with careless driving.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

At The Potter County Fair--Thursday, August 2, 2007

8:00 am.........Open Horse Show
9:00 am.........Open Dairy Show
7:00 to 11:00 pm,,,,
Music by "Happy Days"
8:00 pm... Crowning of the 2007 Fair Queen

Free Parking--Free Admission--Free Entertainment
Route 44 ar Millport, PA

Westfield Days This Weekend

Westfield will celebrate it's Westfield Days this weekend. Click on the title of this article to see the whole story with the schedule for Thursday Through Sunday.

Galeton Water Restrictions Posted

WFRM Reports:

As we reported Tuesday afternoon, Galeton Borough has implemented Stage 1 of it’s Drought Contingency Plan which calls for voluntary restrictions of non-essential water use.

Under the plan, watering of lawns is prohibited. Irrigation of gardens, landscaped areas, trees and shrubs other than by a hand-held hose, buck or pail between 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. is prohibited, so is washing of paved surfaces; operation of water fountains, reflecting pools, etc. Water can only be served in restaurants when requested by the customer.


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WESB News: 08/01/07 - Lizard Stolen From Genesee Backyard Someone stole a pet lizard from a cage on Commercial Street in Genesee Saturday.

State Police say the 17-inch Bearded Dragon lizard was taken from the backyard of Shelia Uadiski sometime Saturday afternoon. The lizard is valued at $200 dollars.

At The Potter County Fair--Wednesday--Aug. 1, 2007

Senior Citizen Day

9:00 am...Junior Beef Show
9 to 2........Check in of Horses
1:00 pm & 6:00 pm.....Potter County Conservation
District Demo--Invertebrate and Water Chemistry
Behind cattle barn
1:00 pm....Sheep Show
1:00 to 3:00 pm "Country Gold"
1 to 5 pm...All Rides One Price
7 to 11 pm..Music by "Country Gold"

Tuesday, July 31, 2007

65 Bicyclists will be riding on Route 6 from Coudersport to Mansfield on Wednesday, August 1, 2007. Please use caution and share the road with them. They are riding from Erie to Palmerton to raise funds for the American Cancer Society.

Evan Dana Posts From Lincoln, Montana

Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Lincoln, MT (56 miles)

Well, we just finished crossing the Continental Divide for the third time in the past week. Flesher Pass wasn't as long, as steep, or as high as Teton Pass, but we didn't start it until after 35 miles of headwind uphill. Our initial descent from the top was also great, but the rest of the downhill was robbed by the intense gusts in our face.

This morning's breakfast in Helena was absolutely scrumptious! We woke up to heaping stacks of blueberry pancakes, OJ, sausage, and homefries! 6 pancakes have never sat so well in my stomach. Delicious!

Bobcat Permits Due By Deadline

WFRM Reports:

HARRISBURG -- Pennsylvania hunters and trappers are reminded about the upcoming deadlines for submitting an application for one of the 1,010 bobcat permits to be awarded during a public drawing September 14 in Harrisburg.Applications must be received by the agency, applied for over-the-counter at any of the agency's six region offices or Harrisburg headquarters or postmarked no later than Aug. 15. Those postmarked or delivered after Aug. 15 will be rejected. However, online applications will be accepted via "The Outdoor Shop" on the Game Commission's website ( through Sept. 4.The season will be open only in Wildlife Management Units 2A, 2C, 2E, 2F, 2G, 3A, 3B, 3C and 3D, which are in southwestern, northcentral and northeastern Pennsylvania. Potter County led the state last year in bobcat harvests. To participate in this restricted opportunity, an individual must have a resident furtaker license or a resident junior or senior combination license, and a bobcat hunting-trapping permit.Those who received a bobcat permit last year are not eligible for this year's drawing. Only one application per person will be accepted. Multiple applications will result in rejection of all an individual's applications.Those selected will receive their bobcat permit by U.S. mail in early October. The bobcat hunting season will take place Oct. 20 through Feb. 16. The bobcat trapping season will be held from Oct. 21 through Feb. 17.

Theft Of Radiators Reported In North Bingham

WFRM reports:

Coudersport-based state police are probing a burglary taking place over the past three weeks at Paul’s Auto Repair on the Genesee Mills Road in North Bingham. Thieves cut two locks to enter the garage and made off with 25-30 front wheel drive radiators and several miscellaneous Mopar car parts valued at a total of $2200.00. Damage is estimated to be about $20.00.
65 Bicycle Riders will travel through North Central Pennsylvania Tuesday and Wednesday. Please use caution on Rt. 59 or Rt. 6

At The Potter County Fair Tuesday, July 31, 2007

At the Potter County Fair---Tuesday, July 31, 2007

11:30 am...Grange program and awards followed by a tureen dinner
1:00 pm and 6:00 pm....Potter County Conservation District Demonstration---
Private water supplies, wells, and springs at the 4-H Building.
1:00 pm.....Lawn tractor driving contest
4:00 pm... Beef Show
8:00 pm...Baked goods auctioin
7:00 pm to 11:00 pm......Music by "Brother Dietze & The Dixie Boys"
Free Admission---Free Parking--Free Entertainment
Route 44 at Millport, PA

Trustee Checks Out At McKean Prison

WESB News: 07/31/07 - Police looking for Jail Escapee State Police are looking for an inmate who walked away from his unsupervised duties sometime Monday morning at the McKean County Prison in Smethport. 23 year-old Joseph Chapman didn’t show up for lunch at 12:30pm Monday afternoon and is being handled as an escapee. Chapman had recently transferred from the Cameron county jail. He is serving a sentence of parole violation and rape. Chapman is 5’9 180 pounds with a small thin beard.

Monday, July 30, 2007

New Wireless 911 System Won't Expand Coverage

By James Jones

On June 29, 2007, Bryan G. Robinson, a correspondent for the Williamsport Sun-Gazette reported that Tioga County’s 911 system is getting a complete overhaul. As part of that, Tioga County Board of Commissioners approved a $3.1 million contract with Motorola for a digital microwave system for the county Department of Emergency Services.

Dave Cohick, county director of emergency services, said the new digital system will replace an outdated analog radio system. “The system we have in now was put in in 1979 and it can’t handle what we’re going to do,” he said.

One of the requirements the state has set for counties’ emergency services is that they are able to locate a wireless caller within 200 feet, he said. This new system will allow the center to do that for both Tioga and Potter counties. Tioga County Emergency Communications Center also dispatches for Potter County. “It will create better communication between the two counties,” he said.

Tioga County Commissioner Erick Coolidge also credited Potter County officials, especially the commissioners and John Hetrick, Cohick’s counterpart there, director of emergency services for Potter County. “I can’t stress enough how important it was that both Potter and Tioga County worked together on this,” said Coolidge.

On June 21, the Potter County Board of Commissioners also approved another contract with Motorola for digital microwave for 4.2 million dollars.

On June 22, radio station WFRM posted the following news on their web site:

During their meeting yesterday, the Potter County Commissioners approved a $4.2 million agreement between the County and Motorola to provide the equipment, system, and optimization services for a new Microwave System Infrastructure for the 911 Wireless program.

The program is fully funded through the state 911 Wireless Program.

Chairman Ken Wingo told WFRM that members of the statewide committee from Philadelphia and Delaware Counties pushed hard for Potter County to get the funding because they realize many of their residents vacation here and they want them to be able to access 911 anywhere.

In an interview today with Potter County Emergency Services Director John Hetrick to find out what this new $7,300,000.00 radio system would bring to Potter and Tioga Counties, I was impressed that it would allow the 911 center to locate a wireless caller or a wireless lap top computer within 200 feet, bringing the very latest technology to their fingertips.

"But.....John stressed.....only if you have access to a wireless phone tower operated by one of the commercial wireless phone companies like Verizon, Nextel, Att, and others." "The new system will not expand coverage beyond that offered by the commercial carriers." He said one of the wireless companies had surveyed Potter County for complete coverage and reported that it would take 41 towers to give seamless coverage to the entire county. Thats one tower for every 400 residents of Potter County. And that's not likely to be a profitable investment.

So, sorry to dissapoint our friends from Philadelphia and Delaware Counties, but when you are in the backwoods of Potter and Tioga Counties, and get lost, you better bone up on your Boy Scout skills to find your way out, because wireless coverage countywide probably isn't going to happen in this lifetime.

Residents should continue to push the wireless phone companies to add additional towers at least in the major populated areas and across major highways in the two counties.

Wireless 911 will work great, but only where it works!

65 Bicyclists On Highway--Tuesday & Wednesday

Cancer Bike Riders Come To Coudersport Tuesday, Mansfield on Wed.

65 Bicycle Riders will travel through North Central Pennsylvania Tuesday and Wednesday. Please use caution on Rt. 59 or Rt. 6

Bridget Sheehan Posts for Bike and Build

Sunday, July 29, 2007

So what are these Teton things?

We had been hearing about the Grand Tetons for a couple days and the ride to Jackson was going to be our first opportunity to see these things. I myself had no idea what to expect. There were so many mountains in the distance that day, I wasn't quite sure I would be able to tell the difference. Before we departed for Jackson a bunch of us decided to get coffee, chat on the phone and ride a giant Jackalope. I mean we did only have to ride 80 miles so we didn't really have much to do.

After all that was over we were off. We had a great gang and we were not afraid to stop every 5 miles. At the first stop Marie, Nate, Win, Lauren, Courtney and I had to pee. At the next stop we picked up Brianne, who was fixing her flat tire. The next stop was a bit of a delay. There was major construction going on so we couldn't ride up part of the mountain, we had to be driven by a huge truck! We were ecstatic.

Once we got off the truck we were about 20 miles into the ride which meant about 5 more until we hit lunch. The problem with this leg of our ride is that everything is so beautiful, I want to stop every 5 minutes and take pictures.

After eating some PB&J @ lunch we rode about a mile and hit the continental divide, we stopped. Then we hit more construction, we stopped again.

Then we saw it a sign that would provide our destiny, at least for the next 17 miles.

We had the road all to ourselves for a while and we were coasting down it at 30mph. No trailers. No cars or pickup trucks and no tractor trailers. But soon our victory ride was over and we were back down to a mere 23 mph with traffic on the road and thats when a bizarre freak accident occurred. I was riding behind Lauren and all of a sudden her seat broke off her bike and she went flying onto the road. Thankfully there were no cars around and we got the situation under control. Lauren is ok, just bruised and sore. She rode in the van the rest of the way and we carried on the next 60 miles riding a little slower than usual. The good news is that we finally saw the Tetons!

Honduras Missionaries To Speak At Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle

Wednesday--August 1, 2007---7:00 pm

For over fifteen years Rosemary Nelson and Barbara Marang, have served as missionaries in the country of Honduras. Through the many hardships of Honduras, from being the second poorest nation in the western hemisphere, to the fury of Hurricane Mitch, these devoted women have preached the Gospel.

Their work has now grown to a ministry of over 2,000 people a week. The work includes nightly Bible studies throughout the city of Choluteca, food ministry to thousands weekly, assistance to widows and orphans, and the beginning of two new churches.

One church being in New Choluteca, an area where thousands died during Hurricane Mitch, is now seeing explosive growth with over 400 people attending Bible study and their latest miracle, Church in the Heavens, a church plant located in the remote mountains of Honduras has begun the construction process.

These two woman missionaries will speak at the Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle on Wednesday night, August 1, 2007. Come and hear the wonderful things God is doing there through their ministry. Time is 7:00 pm in the sanctuary.

Click on the title of this article to see pictures from Honduras.

Driver Left Scene After Truck Flips In Harrison Twp.

WFRM Reports:

Troopers here are charging 91 year old Melvin Hershey with hit and run following a crash Saturday evening on the White Knoll Road in Harrison Township.

Authorities say Hershey’s Chevy truck went off the road on a slight right curve and climbed an embankment before flipping over onto its roof.

Police claim Hershey left the scene without notifying them of the accident.

Music At Denton Hill Ski Lodge on Saturday, Aug. 4

Hey Roundtable Fans,

Did I neglect to tell ye? Me thinks I did. Julie and Linda will again be serving up the vittles at the Roundtable starting at 5pm. Music starts at 7pm. Prices are $8 adults, $5 under 12 for vittles, and $10 adults, $5 under high school age for music. here's a menu!

Dinner for Aug. is choice of 4 kinds of quiche (vegetarian and meat), roasted
new potatoes, tri-color bean salad, blueberry buckle with ice cream.

The Roundtable music schedule at Ski Denton is below. Hey, speaking of music, don't forget to catch the performances going on all day at the Woodsmen show on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with the Bicenntenials and Brother Dietz and the Dixie Boys on Friday, Larry Herbstritt's every Tom, Jeff and Larry, and Jakob's Hollow on Saturday (before the Roundtable), and the 15 Bean Band and guests along with the Now Or Never Club from Philly on Sunday! There's a whole lot of music going on this weekend in Potter County!
Potter County's Denton Hill Ski Lodge is the location on Saturday, August 4th'. The Songwriter’s Roundtable will feature a true “In the Round” event as we bring in a slew of solo performing songwriters.

Robin Greenstein- NYC Songwriter Robin Greenstein has collected awards and accomplishments both for her songwriting and performance. She was signed to Bob Dylan’s publishing company for two years, has showcased at Kerrville folk and Falcon Ridge, Recorded for Fast Folk and Atlantic Records, and toured Europe in support of “Slow Burn”, her acclaimed debut CD that was picked up by Swiss label Brambus Records. Robin has also been selected to represent the world renowned Martin Guitar Company in her performances.

Rich Deans- Northern New Jersey resident Rich Deans has been described as a songwriter’s songwriter. He has been a staff songwriter for ABC/Dunhill, Laurel Canyon Music, Dreena Publishing and Castle Hill Music. His song “Blue Eyes and White Lies”, written for Kim Carnes, was chosen by Billboard Magazine as album cut “pick hit” and his composition “Tiger on The Lawn” was recorded by Paul Cotton of the country-rock band POCO for his solo record. Recently, his composition “Don’t Dig My Grave Too Deep” was recorded by Pat Wictor on his excellently reviewed "Waiting for the Water" release. And the recent release by Hope Machine includes a stirring version of Rich's "You Can Count On Me."

Nick Annis- Florida’s Nick Annis is a multi award winning songwriter and performer who writes deep, atmospheric, and sometimes surprising songs. An expert story teller with a mesmerizing stage presence, audiences return time and time again to hear him deliver spoken word pieces in the style of brilliant songwriter/storytellers like Gamble Rogers, John McCutcheon, and Dave Carter. Nick's insights are drawn from widely varied careers (including selling ice cream from a truck, running a small bakery, and drilling for oil in the Midwest), but also from his upbringing in a large Greek family.

Tess Reitz- Opening our show will be Boston’s Tess Reitz, better known as “Miss Tess”. Tess is the niece of local slide steel wizard Don Reitz, and is carving out a career as a songwriter and performer in the Cambridge folk scene, where she fronts the Bon Ton Parade band, currently touring throughout the Northeast. Tess’s music is heavily influenced by her Maryland upbringing, listening to her father’s big Band rehearsing in the basement, and contains elements of ragtime, jump blues, and 30’s swing. Her smooth but powerful vocal style is reminiscent of Norah Jones.

The Roundtable will again be hosted by Eppie Bailey and Steve Quelet of Jakob’s Hollow, and they’ll have a few surprises of their own to bring to the “In the Round”, as they unleash a batch of brand new co-written songs on the unsuspecting public.

Artists In Residence- This month’s Roundtable will feature local artist Karen Wolf, and the artistry and artisanship of the Hann family of Sabinsville.

Karen Wolf- Potter County’s Karen Wolf has just completed an acclaimed showcase of her paintings at the John White Gallery in Coudersport. “A love of nature and detail has been my focus when painting. I try to bring depth, truth, and possibly even a story to my work. With each piece I learn new lessons and understanding about nature's way, things that I might otherwise pass by and not ever see. This is why I love to create the detail in each painting.” The medium Karen chooses to work with is primarily acrylics because of its layering and fast drying qualities. Although she had put her brushes down for many years, Karen says she now paints every day. “I am living in a good place here in potter County Pennsylvania. It is where I am finding myself again”

The Hann Family- Sabinville’s “Made By Hann” family is a true artistic family enterprise. Don Hann will be bringing along wife Bonnie, sister Lori, and mom Evelyn, all artists and artisans in their own right!
Don built his first guitar when he was 15. A short while later his grandfather gave him a broken violin that had fallen apart. “He said I could have it if I could fix it. From that time on I got the "itch" to make a fiddle from scratch. There always seemed to be more important things to do
(like raise a family) but the desire never left.” Over the years, Don has handmade over 30 instruments, including flat top and arch top guitars, mandolins and violins, and a banjo is next on the agenda! Wife Bonnie crochets and sews, and has become quite well known for her beadwork jewelry. Sister Lori started Beracah Art, named after the scriptural “Valley of Beracah”, which means valley of praise. “I enjoy blending the different art mediums. I've always noticed and appreciated the natural beauty around us, but it's only been in recent years after a time of personal struggle and heartbreak that I've learned to share that beauty through photography, acrylics, and watercolors.” Don’s mom Evelyn Hann learned how to crochet rag rugs from her mother. Now at 83 years of age, she’s made hundreds of rugs of many colors, and is still creating and combining colors to express her artistic talent. She also sews potholders and pillows!

We hope you all can join us for this very special Songwriter’s Roundtable! For additional links to artists and performers visit our website at

Sonny And Donna Marshall Named King and Queen

Sonny and Donna Marshall, well known throughout Potter and McKean County, were named King and Queen of the Otto Township Old Home Days held over the weekend in neighboring McKean County.

Theft Reported In Homer Township

Coudersport State Police report someone removed an apple I-Pod and a socket tool set from the residence of Charleen Rosenberry, 48, at 2914 Dividing Ridge Road in Homer Township between April 10 and April 15, 2007.

Driver Charged In Hebron Twp. Accident Thursday

A Norristown driver was charged with careless driving after an accident Thursday on Route 44 North of Coudersport in Hebron Township. No one was injured in the 8:00 pm accident. Allison Lee McReynolds, of Norristown lost control entering an s turn and slid over 200 feet before coming to a stop. The car was disabled and had to be towed from the scene.

Stolen Mustang Recovered In Liberty Township

07/30/07 - Police Recover Stolen Mustang

State Police are looking for the driver of a stolen 1988 Mustang convertible that was found in a ditch Sunday night at 1pm off Brooklynside Road in Liberty Township.

The 1988 white Mustang convertible is owned by Nancy Gular of Roulette and was taken between 9:45 and 11: 00 p.m. from the parking lot of the Friendly Inn. The investigation is continuing.

Anyone with information should contact State Police in Kane or Coudersport.

Minor Injuries Reported In Port Allegany Accident

WESB News: 07/30/07 - Two Vehicle Accident In Liberty Township

No one was seriously hurt in a two vehicle accident Sunday night at 11pm at the intersection of route 6 and Coleman Mills Road in Liberty Township.

State Police say an SUV driven by 19 year-old Lashella Noles of Port Allegany pulled in front of a car driven by 30 year-old Robert Kuhn of Roulette.

Noles and a passenger in her vehicle 27 year-old Nicholas McKervey of Roulette both suffered minor injuries. Two other passengers in the two vehicles were uninjured. Charges are pending.

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Cancer Bike Riders Come To Coudersport Tuesday

65 Bicycle Riders will travel through Western Pennsylvania Monday and Tuesday. Please use caution on Rt. 59 or Rt. 6

The Pennsylvania Perimeter Ride Against Cancer or PPRAC is a six-day biennial ride raising funds for the American Cancer Society and Dream Come True. To date, the PPRAC has raised almost $600,000 to help fight cancer in the Lehigh Valley Community

Penn State Behrend will be the starting point for the Pennsylvania Perimeter Ride Against Cancer XIII (PPRAC), a six-day bicycle ride held every other year to benefit the Lehigh Valley Unit of the American Cancer Society. Most of the riders live in eastern Pennsylvania. 65 riders will participate in this year's ride.

They will start arriving at Junker Center about 4 pm Sunday. At about 6:30 pm, Ricardo’s Restaurant will deliver and serve a spaghetti dinner. The riders will spend the night on the Junker Center gym floor. To keep expenses down, PPRAC relies on donated lodging and food.

About 6:30 am Monday, the riders will begin a staggered departure for Presque Isle State Park via the Bayfront Highway bike path. After a ride around the park they will continue to their next overnight stop, in Warren.

From Warren, the PPRAC riders will overnight in Coudersport on Tuesday, and continue on to Mansfield, Williamsport, Berwick, and Palmerton.

Bike and Build--Evan Dana Posts From Bozeman, Montana

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Bozeman, MT (92 miles)

We started in West Yellowstone this morning wearing our leg and arm warmers up the climb into the state park only to descend into the heat of Bozeman 92 miles later. Tree lined forests flanked the road as my sluggish legs were reminded of cold en route up the first few miles. After that, the road turned downwards for the REST OF THE RIDE! We cruised down by Yellowstone's streams and mountains at a comfortable 22mph. We finally reaped the due rewards of our previous 3000 miles of ups, downs, and more ups.

I cruised up to the first lunch stop (with quite chilled fingers) and enjoyed three pb&j's surrounded by the gorgeousness of nature. I then enjoyed relaxing by a river before playing on the swingset at second lunch.

So nice and relaxing.

Potter County Fair--Monday, July 30, 2007

The schedule for Monday, July 30th
at the Potter County Fair

Check in of Dairy Cattle is 9:00 am 'till Tuesday at 9:00 pm
Check in of Horses........................9:00 am to 8:00 pm
The Dairy Goat Show immediately followed by the
Market Goat Show.....................................10:00 am
4-H entry of Flowers, Bakes Goods, Canned Goods,
Hay& Grain, Vegetables, Fruits & Nuts, Needlecraft,
Art, Photo, Craft, Maple & Apiary...1:00 to 7:00 pm
All rides one price...................1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Music by Country Fever......7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Free Parking! Free Admission!!
Located on Route 44 At Millport, PA