Pennsylvania Lumber Museum Fall Antique & Collectible Show

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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

WFRM NEWS By Gerri Miller

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By Gerri Miller

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Coudersport-based state police are investigating a criminal mischief taking place between 3:00 p.m. Saturday and 11:30 p.m. Monday at the Pine Creek Inn in Pike Township. Someone dumped some sugar into the gas tank of a car owned by Tabitha Foor of Galeton causing $100 in damage. Anyone with information is asked to call the local barracks at 274-8690.

A 14 year old female resident of Adelphoi Village is facing disorderly conduct charges for an incident allegedly taking place Monday night at the home. State police claim the girl set off a fire alarm “causing public annoyance” and “created a hazardous condition which served no legitimate purpose.”

While the amount did not equal what fell in eastern Pennsylvania, the first measurable snowfall of the season did arrive overnight in the WFRM listening area. PennDot used the occasion to remind motorists that if they are planning to travel when storms are forecast, they should check the PennDOT Web site for the latest conditions on interstates.

Go to www.dot.state.pa.us which includes a winter driving guide, the “Ice and Snow, Take it Slow” brochure which provides winter driving tips that includes a list of what should be included in a simple emergency travel kit.

Interstate road conditions are available as well from two hotlines. In-state callers can dial 1-888-783-6783; out of state, 717-783-5186.

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