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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

A Preview Of This Week's Potter Leader-Enterprise


by Donald Gilliland

Although the death of Patricia Blouse in Cross Fork
last month has been preliminarily attributed to hypothermia after she fell into the creek while intoxicated, the Leader-Enterprise has learned that State Police are investigating her boyfriend Karl Gelzenlichter for her murder.

Gelzenlichter was arrested last week for allegedly attempting to bribe the State Police officer supervising the investigation. This happened at a local District Judge's office where that officer told Gelzenlichter he had to testify as the victim in a preliminary hearing in a completely different case.

It gets complicated - as these things often do - but police & courts reporter Kim Hoak does a fine job of making it all clear.

According to court records, Gelzenlichter has been advised multiple times that he will "eventually be charged with homicide."

News Editor Teri McDowell has a feature on Buchanan Brothers Pharmacy’s unique - but very characteristic - way of celebrating their 50 years in business: donating back to the community.

It's a great portrait
of a business that for years has served as backbone to local efforts to improve the Coudersport community and in the process has set the bar of public service very high indeed.

The Potter County Education Council unveiled its latest venture on Friday: an incubator for "virtual businesses" located in Colesburg. Our story not only explores what the incubator is intended to do, but delves into why Senator Scarnati appeared to think the $100,000 grant he helped secure for the project was instead funding a kitchen.

We have a complete schedule of local Memorial Day events, a story about the return of trout to Lyman Lake, a story about the barn dance planned in Colesburg Saturday, the latest on the plan to lease the Pennsylvania Turnpike, the latest local sports results and a whole lot more!

34 pages worth this
week.

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