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Saturday, September 24, 2011

Roulette Ambulance To Skate Park On North Street

At 6:58 pm on Saturday, Roulette Ambulance & Medic 6 has been dispatched to the skate park on North Street for a child who has fallen with a leg injury.

2 Vehicle Crash In Emporium

Address: ROUTE 120 and SIZERVILLE RD
9/24/2011 6:22:41 PM

Marion D. YOUNG, 84, of Bingham Center Road, Genesee, PA

Marion D. YOUNG, 84, of Bingham Center Road, Genesee, PA, died Friday, September 23, 2011 in the Sweden Valley Manor, Coudersport, PA.

Born October 18, 1926, in Olean, NY, she was the daughter of Patrick Edward and E. Faye Shirey Barrett.

On February 6, 1944, in Ellisburg, PA, she married Byron M. Young, who predeceased her on July 22, 1997.

She was employed as a nurse’s aide at Cole Memorial Hospital in Coudersport, PA for 23 years, retiring in 1995. Marion was a member of the HUG Senior Center in Ulysses.

Surviving are: a son, Michael (Cheryl) Young of Bingham Center, PA; two granddaughters, Jaime (Rob) Stiles of Eldred, PA and Pam (David) Seifert of Bristow, VA; two great-grandsons, Zachary Seifert and Caleb Seifert; a brother, John Barrett of Wellsville, NY; a sister, Beatrice Cramer of Wellsville, NY; and nieces and nephews.

In addition to her husband, she was predeceased by a daughter, Alice Fay Young in 1954; a son, Lawrence Young in 1987; a brother; and five sisters.

Friends may call Monday, September 26, 2011 from 2:00 – 4:00 and 7:00 – 9:00 PM at the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA, where Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday at 11:00 AM. The Rev. Lewis Mericle will officiate. Burial will be in Ulysses Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Alzheimer’s Association or the Sweden Valley Manor Activity Fund, Coudersport, PA 16915.

Online condolences may be expressed at

Ruth E. CADY, 93, of Mills, PA

Ruth E. CADY, 93, of Mills, PA, went home with the Lord on Saturday, September 24, 2011 in the Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport, PA.

Born November 24, 1917, in Wellsville, NY, she was the daughter of Frank and Lucy Lorrow Sherwood.

Mrs. Cady owned and operated a dairy farm for many years. She was employed as a cook by the Northern Tier Children’s Home in Harrison Valley for 21 years. Ruth was a member of the Mills Union Church, the Harrison-Ulysses-Genesee senior center, and enjoyed playing bingo.

Surviving are: three sons, Paul Cady of Cato, NY, Ronald Cady of Wellsville, NY, and Marlin (Debbie Dickinson) Cady of Ulysses, PA; 23 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; two sisters, Trudie Henchey of Westfield, MA and Marie James of Shinglehouse, PA; nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by two sons, Arnold in 1969 and Kenneth in 2005; two daughters, Virginia Waite in 2010 and Joyce Tubbs in 2011; her former husband, Arthur H. Cady in 2006; three sisters; and three brothers.

Friends may call at the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM and on Wednesday at the Mills Union Church, Mills, PA from 12:00 – 2:00 PM, with Funeral and Committal Services following at 2:00 PM. The Rev. Michael Hale will officiate. Burial will be in Mills Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, 501 St Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

Arrangements are entrusted to the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA. Online condolences may be expressed at

Out Of Plan Rates Coming For Highmark Members At UPMC Affiliated Hospitals??

Highmark members will likely pay more for UPMC access

By DAVID BRUCE, Erie Times-News

State Sen. Don White now realizes western Pennsylvania's largest health system and its largest private health insurer simply can't get along.

More than three hours of testimony Thursday at Erie Insurance convinced the chairman of the Pennsylvania Senate Banking and Insurance Committee that the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center will not sign a provider contract with Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield. More...


More than 300 Commercial Vehicles Placed Out of Service
Pennsylvania State Police recently conducted a one-day, statewide inspection of commercial motor vehicles, finding enough violations to place more than one-quarter of the trucks out of service.

During "Operation Air Brake,'' state troopers, along with municipal police officers and members of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, inspected 1,444 commercial motor vehicles. A total of 317 vehicles and 60 drivers were placed out of service.

"As Pennsylvania's roadways become more crowded, it's important that everyone safely share the road and ensure that the equipment, especially brakes, are operating in excellent condition," State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan said. "We are committed to reducing the number of crashes that involve commercial motor vehicles by putting those that that are not safe out of service."

The enforcement effort, held across the state on Sept. 14, found at least one driver or vehicle safety deficiency in 67 percent of the inspections conducted. Officers issued 1,103 traffic citations and handed out 2,074 written warnings.

"Under ideal conditions, the braking capacity of trucks is twice as far as cars,'' Noonan said. "When large vehicles have brakes that are out of adjustment, it reduces their ability to stop. This increases the risk to other motorists on the road and the driver of the vehicle itself."

"Operation Air Brake" is part of a national Brake Safety Awareness Week campaign aimed at improving vehicle brake safety throughout North America. Officers conduct roadside inspections and educate drivers, mechanics and others on the importance of proper brake inspection, maintenance and operation.

Local State Police inspections:

Troop C (Clarion, Clearfield, Forest, Elk, Jefferson and McKean counties), 122 inspections; 25 vehicles out of service; two drivers out of service; 70 citations; 285 warnings.

Troop F (Cameron, Clinton, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Potter, Snyder, Union and Tioga counties), 78 inspections; 16 vehicles out of service; five drivers out of service; 81 citations; 108 warnings.

State Police Investigating Chicken Wing Crime

State police investigating who put chicken wings in Snyder County woman's mailbox

State police at Selinsgrove are trying to determine who put hot chicken wings in a Snyder County woman's mailbox this week.

The wings were discovered about 11 a.m. this morning by Edith Rice, who lives on Route 522 in Franklin Township. Police believe the delivery was made sometime after 5 p.m. Thursday.

State police are investigating it as a disorderly conduct crime. Anyone with information on how the chicken wings got in the mailbox can call police at 570-374-8145.

George Schweigart Pictures Tioga County

Hello, my name is George Schweigart,19, and I am a photographer around the area. I attend the Art Institute of Washington for Photography. I shot a video this week in Tioga County while I was home. I think the readers would enjoy it.

NY Takes Drilling Rights To State Park In New Legislation

No Drilling in Allegany State Park

Don’t expect oil and gas drilling in Allegany State Park after all.

Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday signed two pieces of legislation giving broad new protections against drilling in the park.

The legislation comes a couple years after U.S. Energy Development of Getzville, which has drilling operations in Western New York and Pennsylvania, said it had subsurface mineral rights in the park and wanted state approval to sink five test wells.

US Energy says it has claims on 2,800 acres in the Red House area of the park.

The two-bill package Cuomo signed says any oil and gas claim not actively used within the past 20 years shall be considered "extinguished" and the rights reverted to the state, and gives the state parks department powers over any effort to explore or drill within Allegany State Park.

Lost Homing Pigeon

We have a homing pigeon that wandered into our garage a week ago and made himself at home. He has a band around his leg but no numbers to trace.

We are hoping to find his owners.

Please contact us at 814-435-2936 or

4-County Leasing Group Meeting Thursday, September 29 at Shinglehouse Firehall

Help Wanted

Helen Kostura Muller, 85, of Martinsburg, WV

Helen Kostura Muller, 85, of Martinsburg, went to be with her Lord on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011.

Born Sept. 2, 1926, in St. Clair, Pa., she was the daughter of the late Charles Kostura and Barbara Stasho Kostura.

She was employed as a defense electronics manufacturing technician during World War II.

Mrs. Muller was a member of St. Leo Catholic Church.

She is survived by her husband of 63 years, Adler James Muller; two sons, Nathan J. Muller of Smethport, Pa., and James Muller of Underhill, Vt.; two daughters, Barbara Retman of Mission Viejo, Calif., and Marie Trull of Inwood; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and one sister, Ann Houseal of Harrisburg, Pa.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by three children, Karen, Peter and Theresa Muller; and one grandchild, Adam Muller.

Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011, at St. Leo Catholic Church, with Father Brian Shoda as celebrant. Interment prayers will be said at 2:30 p.m. at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.

Family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 26, at Brown Funeral Home's South Berkeley Chapel in Inwood, where a vigil service will be held that evening.

Online condolences may be offered at

Angel Food Ministries Closes/Buildings For Sale

Angel Food shuts down

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Angel Food Ministries, which has helped feed needy families in 45 states, has sold its last box of discounted food. More...

Friday, September 23, 2011

Coudy Falcons over Brockway Rovers

Coudy Falcons over Brockway Rovers
Tom Vervoort (40) plows ahead against the Falcons

Mitch Freeman (34) breaks away for a touchdown

Click on any photo to enlarge
Caden Whitman (27) runs into a pack of Rovers.

Kyle Titler (12) attempts a catch against Garrett Russell (21)

Ryan Counts (53) stripped the ball away from Tom Vervoort (40).
Coudersport recovered the fumble..

Check Stolen, Altered & Cashed For $26,655.00

In a Theft/Forgery that State Police are investigating, unknown actors stole a check that was mailed to a Dallas, Texas company before it reached it's intended destination, altered the check and cashed it for $26,655.00.

Gas Field Specialists at 2107 SR 44, Shinglehouse, PA, was listed as the victim.

Anyone with any information on this crime is asked to contact PSP Coudersport at 814-274-8690. Trooper Roger L. McCloskey is the investigator.

Minor Injury When Car Rolls On Rt. 44 Thursday

An accident on Thursday on Rt. 44 in Abbott Township, a half mile south of Blass Hollow Road at 12:23 pm resulted in a minor injury to a Glassport, PA man.

Bradford L. Croyts, 32, of Glassport, PA, was driving a 1997 Honda Accord south on Rt. 44, negotiating a right curve at the top of a hill when the rear end of his vehicle began to slide clockwise. He attempted to correct, but was unable to do so and slid into a ditch and struck an embankment with the vehicle's left front bumper and fender area. The Honda then rolled towards the right side, one half roll onto it's roof, sliding another 5 feet on it's roof.

Croyts was not wearing a seat belt and sustained minor injuries. He was not transported for treatment.

The Honda sustained severe roof and front end damage and was towed from the scene by Gaines Garage.

Croyt was cited for (not) Driving Vehicle At Safe Speeds and Restraint Systems in District Court 55-4-03.


09/23/2011 09:47 PM EDT

Palo Duro Meat, an Amarillo, Texas, establishment, is recalling 40,000 pounds of frozen fine ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7.

Water Tanker Wreck On Fairgrounds Road In Gifford

Water Truck Accident In Gifford
At 10:08 pm on Friday, Station 7 and Smethport Fire Dept. for Rescue have been dispatched to a water truck accident in Gifford on Fairgrounds Road. The truck is reported on it's side.

Firefighter in scene reports no injuries or entrapment. A towing service is en route.


Man Hurt When Motorcycle Hits Tree Branch On Rt. 44

A motorcycle accident on Route 44 in Stewardson Township at 3:30 pm on 9-17-2011 injured a man from Ontario.

Mickolas J. Genys, 32, of Wasaga Beach, Ontario, was transported to Charles Cole Memorial Hospital by Kettle Creek Volunteer Ambulance with moderate injuries as a result of the crash.

State Police said the crash occurred as Genys was traveling west on a 2005 Kawasaki Z750S on Rt. 44 (Pine Hill Road). As he was negotiating a left curve, he struck a downed tree limb. After impacting the limb, he lost control of the bike , left the roadway, and struck an embankment, causing disabling damage to the bike and moderate injuries to himself. He was wearing a helmet.

Police were assisted at the scene by Kettle Creek Volunteer Ambulance. Gaines Garage towed the vehicle.

The National Weather Service has issued a Dense Fog Advisory for Elk and Cameron County until Saturday at 9:00 AM.

The National Weather Service has issued a Dense Fog Advisory for Elk and Cameron County until Saturday at 9:00 AM.

Police Investigating Harassment At Northwoods Parking Lot

The Florida man who police stopped in Coudersport for an unfounded report of kidnapping from the Northwoods Tavern early last Sunday morning is now being reported as the victim of a Harassment/Criminal Mischief that occurred at the Northwoods parking lot on September 18 at 12:15 AM.

Pennsylvania State Police investigated an incident of Harassment that occurred at the Eulalia Township bar. Police report Eric Christopher Johnson, 40, of Webster, FL, was tackled and his driver's side window was broken.

Johnson was charged with DUI after being stopped by troopers investigating the unfounded kidnapping report.

Anyone with any information on the incident is asked to contact Trooper Delp at PSP Coudersport. 814-274-8690.

Firefighters Dispatched To Check Natural Gas Leak In Smethport

Firefighters Dispatched To Check Natural Gas Leak
At 9:14 pm on Friday, Smethport Fire Dept. has been dispatched to a natural gas leak outside at 801 E. Main Street in Smethport. The gas smell was reported to be coming into the residence. Residents were told to evacuate the area.

CHIEF 2 ON SCENE reports smell is not natural gas but odor from gasoline leak in vehicle.

Coudersport Ambulance To American Legion

At 9:05 pm on Friday, Coudersport Ambulance & Medic 6 have been called to the American Legion in Coudersport for a person who has fallen outside.

Donald E. Reigel, 77, of 77 W. 4th St., Emporium, PA

Donald E. Reigel, 77, of 77 W. 4th St., Emporium died at WCA Hospital, Jamestown, New York Thursday night (September 22, 2011)

He was born July 1, 1934 in Kane a son of the late William P. and Clara Benson Reigel.

On November 19, 1934 in St. Callistus Catholic Church, Kane he married Betty Espin Reigel, who Survives.

Mr. Reigel graduated from Kane High School class of 1952. He was a retired salesman in the powder metal industy for many years. He was a member of St. Mark Catholic Church and has served on Parish Council. He was a member of several local organizations. He enjoyed golfing and his grandchildren.

In addition to Betty Espin Reigel
Son: William P. Reigel and his wife Rena, Emporium
Son: Michael E. Reigel and his wife Lisa, St. Marys
Son: David Reigel and his wife Scarlett, Emporium
7 Grandchildren Christina, Jennifer, Dylan, Zachary, Audra, Ali & Carly
3 Great Grandchildren Richard, Boden & Cambry
Brother: Frank Reigel, Oklahoma
Sister: Mary, Mrs. Allen Dickerson, Waterloo, NY
Sister: Dorothy, Mrs. Gene Null, Gifford
Five: Half Brothers
One: Half Sister

Preceded in Death By
Parents: William P. and Clara Benson Reigel
2 Brothers: James and Harry Reigel

Visitation with Video Tribute will be at the Barnett Funeral Home on Monday from 3-7 PM. Knights of Columbus ritual will be at 6:30 PM.

Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated at the St. Mark Catholic Church, 235 East Fourth Street, Emporium on Tuesday (September 27, 2011) at 10:30 AM with Rev. Paul S. Siebert, Pastor, as Celebrant.

Burial will be in the St. Mark Catholic Cemetery, Emporium.

In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Cameron County Ambulance Service, 299 E. Second St., Emporium, PA 15834 or to the Emporium Volunteer Fire Department, 421 N. Broad St., Emporium, PA 15834 or to St. Mark Catholic Church, 235 E. 4th Street, Emporium, PA 15834 or to charity of donors choice.

Online Condolences may be placed at

BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

Cash Stolen At Hawbaker's Office In Turtlepoint

A Burglary/Theft By Unlawful Taking at the Glen O Hawbaker Scale House on Champlin Hill Road in Annin Township in the overnight hours of 9-22/23 is under investigation by State Police at Kane.

The crime occurred as unknown actor(s) pried open the door and removed cash.

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact PSP Kane at 814-778-5555. Trooper Frank R. Millard is the investigator.

Roulette Ambulance To Horseshoe Court

At 7:26 pm on Friday, Roulette Ambulance has been dispatched to Horseshoe Court for a medical emergency.



Tex-Star Othello Peri, exhibited by Keith and Donnette Fisher of New Enterprise, Bedford County, was named Grand Champion of the Milking Shorthorn Open Show during the All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg on Wednesday, Sept. 21. More...

Dublin Hills Treats was named the Brown Swiss Grand Champion and Senior Champion of the National Open Show during the All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg on Wednesday, Sept. 21. Treats was exhibited by Ken Main and Peter Vail of Copake, N.Y. Reserve Grand Champion and Intermediate Champion honors went to Hills Valley Perfecta Ritz exhibited by Richard Hill of Hill’s Valley Farm from Cattaraugus, N.Y. More...

Susquehanna County natives Lloyd and Denise Pease, of Sweet Peas Holsteins, exhibited the Grand Champion Red & White, named Sweet-Peas Felicity-red-ET during the All-American Dairy Show, held Sept. 21 in Harrisburg. More...

Millborne Tiller Blair – ET, owned by P. Morey Miller, of Granby, Conn., took home Grand Champion Guernsey honors on Sept. 21, during the 2011 All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg. More...

Grand Champion Ayrshire Sunny Acres Harmon’s Kennedy was exhibited by Doug Evans and family of Georgetown, N.Y., on Sept. 21 during the 2011 All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg. More...

Jim and Martha Roberts of Scio, N.Y. demonstrated a 1910s milk cooling setup during the 14th Annual All-Dairy Antiques and Collectables Show at the 2011 All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg.

Tuesday’s All-Dairy Antiques Auction was the culmination of activities at the 2011 All-American Dairy Show’s 14th Annual All-Dairy Antiques and Collectables Show. The third annual auction raised more than $2,000 to support the national dairy show. More...


Steelhead Fishing, Trout Stockings

Steelhead Fishing, Trout Stockings
and Family Fishing Programs Highlight Fall Fishing

Harrisburg, PA - Cooler weather may have arrived, but great fall fishing opportunities remain across the state for anglers and their families.

Battle wits with wild brook trout on a small mountain run or land a trophy rainbow trout from one of Pennsylvania’s well-stocked streams and lakes. Check the Fish and Boat Commission’s (PFBC) online stocking schedules for a complete list of fall stockings in your favorite county waters:

Looking for a challenge? Head to Erie and its legendary steelhead fishing. The PFBC stocks more than a million juvenile steelhead each year and continually works on improving access to Lake Erie tributaries through property acquisitions and easements using angler funds acquired through the Erie permit and Erie/trout/salmon combo permit. For more information on steelhead fishing in Erie, including interactive maps showing popular locations, visit:

Want a great way to connect with your family? Discover just how much fun fishing can be when you do it together at a PFBC Family Fishing Program. Learn basic fishing skills like knot tying, casting, baiting the hook, and taking a fish off the hook. You and your family will have the opportunity to fish – no fishing license required. All equipment provided. Search the PFBC calendar for a list of Family Fishing Programs in your area:

“Fishing doesn’t end when the weather turns colder,” said Tim Schaeffer, director of the PFBC’s Bureau of Policy, Planning and Communications. “In fact, many anglers are just getting started with steelhead fishing in Erie and then ice fishing in the winter. Fishing is a year-round activity and contributes significantly to the state’s economy.”

Schaeffer noted that organizations across the country will recognize these economic contributions as part of National Hunting and Fishing Day, which is on Saturday, September 24, this year. In order to accommodate legislative schedules, PFBC representatives will take part in a National Hunting and Fishing Day celebration on Wednesday, Sept. 28, in the East Wing Rotunda of the State Capitol in Harrisburg.

“The event, which will feature a series of informational booths, will run from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., and will include remarks by Executive Director John Arway,” added Schaeffer. “The event will highlight the importance of fishing and boating and the impact the agency has had on the state’s cultural heritage, recreational attributes and economy.”

“Mr. Arway will also describe the challenges of balancing the needs of anglers and boaters while responding to the increasing workload created by Marcellus shale development, and he will explain the benefits of being able to offer multi-year fishing licenses, which the PFBC would be permitted to offer under the pending Senate Bill 1049,” Schaeffer said.

Anglers and boaters can sign up to receive email updates on the activities of the Fish and Boat Commission at The PFBC is also using today’s popular social media. Individuals can stay in touch by following the Commission on Twitter at

Travel Delays Likely Tuesday on Route 2037

Travel Delays Likely Tuesday on Route 2037 (Winburne Road/Main Street)
as beams are set on the Kylertown/I-80 westbound bridge

Kylertown –Drivers in the Kylertown area will encounter travel delays on Tuesday due to bridge beam work. Starting at 8 a.m., crews will begin setting beams on the I-80 westbound bridge that spans Route 2037(Winburne Road/Main Street). Beam setting activity is expected to last through 2 p.m.

Flaggers will control traffic on Route 2037 and drivers should expect delays and possible slowed or stopped traffic in the Kylertown area. Drivers may wish to use alternate routes to avoid delays.

This work is part of the I-80 westbound bridge replacement project near Kylertown. Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. is the contractor on this $10 million project. All work is weather and schedule dependent.


09/23/2011 02:58 PM EDT

World Wide Fish Products, Inc. located in Bronx, NY is recalling Smoked Spilt Herring because the product was found to be uneviscerated. The product was distributed in New York City on 08/17/2011 to the following businesses: Food Plaza Supermarket, NSA Supermarket (Bravo), Brooklyn # 1 Meat Market, P&P Distributors, and Flaming Meat Distributors.

Gajanan, Race to be honored by Pitt-Bradford alumni


BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Alumni Association will honor Dr. Shailendra Gajanan with its Teaching Excellence Award and Ryan Race ’07 as its Distinguished Volunteer as part of Alumni and Family Weekend.

Gajanan was nominated by Danielle Graves ’00, who was an economics minor at Pitt-Bradford, in large part due to Gajanan’s teachings.

“Economics can be a rather uninteresting subject for some,” she wrote in her nomination. “While attending classes with Dr. Gajanan, however, I never felt that he lost anyone’s attention. He used humor and really taught the subject on a level that related to all of the students, such as using examples with beer and pretzels.”

Mark Byrne ’98 also nominated Gajanan.

“As a former student, I can say, without hesitation, that Dr. Gajanan played a major role in my development at Pitt-Bradford. His intellect, subtle wit and keen sense of how to connect with students furthered my educational experience at Pitt-Bradford beyond what I imagined was possible.”

Gajanan has been teaching at Pitt-Bradford since 1992 and has conducted research on water issues and the spread of the chickungunya virus in his native Chennai, India. He has also researched the local economic impact of Pitt-Bradford and of a proposed four-lane expansion of U.S. Route 219. Currently he has teamed up with Jim Dombrosky, assistant professor of hospitality management, to study the Pennsylvania wine industry.

Past recipients include Dr. Vincent Kohler, Dr. Marvin Thomas, Dr. Michael Stuckart, Dr. Patricia Bianco, David Blackmore, Dr. Richard E. McDowell, Dr. Richard Frederick, Jeffrey Guterman, Lizbeth Matz, Isabelle Champlin, Dr. Gautam Mukerjee, Dr. Warren Fass, Don Lewicki, Dr. Helene Lawson and Dr. Stephen Robar.

Race was nominated by Lori Mazza, director of athletics, who cited his work to create the “Panther P” athletic logo used exclusively by Pitt-Bradford and his support of the athletics program.

“Ryan was instrumental in reviving our alumni basketball game,” Mazza said. “He was also a leader in this year’s athletic auction.”

She also mentioned Race’s steady support of the men’s basketball program, attending games and other events on campus.

“Ryan is always willing to help out Pitt-Bradford if he can,” Mazza said. “He has been an excellent representative of the university in Bradford through his work with Northwest Savings. He always mentions Pitt-Bradford fondly and truly represents an alumnus who loves his hometown, alma mater and job.”

Past recipients include Dennis Lowery ’63-’65, Susan Silvestri ’72-’74, Gregory Silvestri ’73-’75, Bill Krieg ’64-’66, David Higie ’74-’76, Sharon Knouse ’88, Sandra Macfarlane ’80-’82, Anita Dolan ’88, Tim Fannin ’78, Ward Garner ’89 and Craig Hartburg ’73-’75.

Both men will be honored at an awards brunch Oct. 1 that will also include Athletic Hall of Fame inductees Matt Barnes and Missy Wahlberg. Additionally, Pitt-Bradford’s first men’s basketball team from 1965-67 will be honored.

The brunch will take place at 10:30 a.m. in the Mukaiyama University Room in the Frame-Westerberg Commons. The public is welcome to attend. The cost is $12. For reservations, call the Pitt-Bradford alumni relations office at (814)362-5091.

Hit & Run Crash With Injury In Otto Township

Hit & Run Crash Injures Bicyclist
At 4:10 pm on Friday, EMS and Police are responding to a Hit & Run accident in front of 78 Switzer Drive in Otto Township.

A bicyclist was hit and the vehicle left the scene.

No medical helicopters are available due to weather. Bradford Hospital has been put on trauma alert.

Traffic shifted on Route 220 bridge at Ringdale in Sullivan County

Travel Advisory
Traffic shifted on Route 220 bridge at Ringdale in Sullivan County

Motorists traveling Route 220 in Sullivan County are advised to be alert to a traffic shift on the bridge over Loyalsock Creek at Ringdale, about three miles northeast of Laporte.

Two lanes of traffic will be maintained, but shifted to the southbound half of the bridge.

PennDOT is in the process of bringing an emergency contractor on board to perform flood repairs, such as underpinning of the bridge supports.

James M. Ames, 67, of Rt 59, Lafayette, PA

James M. Ames, 67, of Rt 59, Lafayette, passed away, Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 at UPMC Montifeura Hospital in Pittsburgh.

Born July 8, 1944, in Bradford, he was a son of the late Willard M. and Ellen E. (Carnahan) Ames.

Mr. Ames was a graduate of Bradford High School. He had worked in the body shop at Teribery's Garage in Bradford, for the City of Zanesville, in Ohio, and then as a truck driver for City Transfer in St. Marys. He was a member of the Mt. Jewett American Legion Post #574 and a member of the Bradford Eagles Club.

He is survived by a sister, Judy Dunn and a brother, Jack E. Ames both of Bradford, two sons, one daughter, two nieces and two nephews.

At the family's request there will be no visitation. Private funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family. Burial will be in Card Creek Cemetery.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes, Inc.

Memorials if desired may be made to the charity of the donor's choice.

On line condolences may be made at

Ontario Motorcyclist Flown To Altoona After Hitting Deer

A motorcyclist was flown to Altoona Regional Medical Center for treatment of moderate injuries after colliding with a deer on Wednesday afternoon on East Fork Road in Wharton Township.

Anthony Kacan, 75, of Clarkson, Ontario, was operating a 1987 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Classic southbound on East Fork Road 3:35 pm when a deer ran from the east side of the roadway into the path of his bike.

Kacan was unable to react in time to avoid striking the deer with his front fender. Upon impact, he lost control and the bike tipped on it's left side and then slid 86 feet southbound where it came to rest on the shoulder of the southbound lane.

Kacan was flown by a Stat helicopter to the Altoona Hospital. Austin Fire & Ambulance and Medic 6 assisted at the scene.

State Police said Kacan was wearing a helmet when the crash occurred. He was not cited due to the nature of the crash.

Cops: Man On 4-Wheeler Was DUI

State Police reported today that they have charged a Roulette man with DUI after they were called to the Lyman Road in Roulette Township on September 3, 2011 at 5:17 pm for a report of 4-wheelers being driven on the roadway.

Sean Allan Davis, 22, of 197 Main Street, Roulette, PA, will be charged in District Court 55-4-01 with DUI after an investigation by Cpl. Jacob Rothermel, Jr. revealed that Davis had been riding a 4-wheeler on the roadway while intoxicated.

Small Pieces Of Wire In Sesame Sticks??

09/23/2011 01:25 PM EDT

Pepperidge Farm, Incorporated is voluntarily recalling a limited quantity of 10.2-ounce boxes of Baked Naturals Sesame Sticks as a precaution due to the possible presence of small, thin pieces of wire.

Traffic Violation Stop Results In DUI Arrest

A Kane man was stopped for a traffic violation by State Police on Route 6 in Ulysses Township, Potter County on September 5, 2011 at 6:08 pm and subsequently found to be DUI.

Mark Matthew Lekanka
, 20, of 29 Hemlock Avenue, Kane, PA, was charged by Cpl. Jacob Rothermel, Jr. in District Court 55-4-03 with:

(M) Use/Poss Of Drug Paraphernalia;
DUI: Controlled Substance - Schedule 1 - 1st Offense;
(M) DUI: Controlled Substance - Impaired Ability - 1st Offense;
(S) Careless Driving; and
(S) Periods For Requiring Lighted Lamps - Any Time Windshield Wipers Are On.

Lekanka is facing a preliminary hearing set for October 31, 2011 at 10:00 am in Judge Delores Bristol's courtroom.

$3200. Stolen From Crosby American Legion Post

The theft of $3,200.00 from the John Berg Memorial American Legion Post 976 on Rt. 46 in Crosby is the subject of an investigation by State Police at the Kane Station.

Police classed the incident as Theft By Unlawful Taking with no other details of the incident available at this time. The investigation is ongoing.

Who Really Owns The Rights To Drill For Gas & Oil In PA?????

Marcellus Gas Drillers Face Potential ‘Chaos’ in Pennsylvania Legal Ruling

Click headline above to see the dilemma drillers are facing in light of PA court case!!

Two Beautiful Albino Deer

I took these pictures of two Albino deer. The one on the right was the Mother and she had a fawn. I have seen one in the wild before also a Piebald, but I have never seen two together. The Chances of seeing an Albino Deer in the wild is about 1 in 100,000 which can be found online. It is said that you have a better chance of finding a piece of Gold in a stream than to see an Albino Deer in your lifetime. We have seen three this year. Do you think the chances are rising?

Ashley Prince

Pictures Courtesy Of Ashley Prince

Memorial Service For Yvonne Butler

Memorial Service For Yvonne Butler
A memorial service will be held for Yvonne Butler October 1, 2011 at 11:00am at the Barnett Funeral Home in Emporium, Pa. Yvonne passed away August 4, 2011 in Allentown, Pa. at the tender age of 63. She will be greatly missed by friends and family. God Bless.

Broadway On The Allegheny Tonight At Port Allegany High School Auditorium

Photo Field Trip with Curt Weinhold

Photo Field Trip with Curt Weinhold

The PCEC and Curt Weinhold will be hosting a Fall photo field trip in Port Allegany. During the trip you will learn to really capture the beauty of Fall color in a hands-on demonstration during autumn’s peak!

Students will meet at the parking lot of the Port Allegany Alliance Church, 414 E. Mill Street, and will travel to a destination to be announced. Once there, students will receive 3 hours of instruction and hands-on experience with the essence of composition and dealing with lighting conditions.

Please bring: camera, any extra lenses and memory card (Optional: tripod & polarizing filter); lunch, water, suitable shoes and clothing for the day’s weather. Note: Students should be familiar with their camera to get the most out of this experience.

The class is being held on Saturday, October 8 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Cost is $34 per person. For more information or to register, call 814-545-1333 or visit our website at

I-80 Columbia County drainage improvement project lane restriction next week

Travel Advisory
I-80 Columbia County drainage improvement project lane restriction next week

Here’s an update on the planned lane restriction for the drainage improvement project along I-80 in Columbia County:

Beginning Monday, Sept. 26 the eastbound travel lane will be closed between mile markers 239 and 241. The eastbound travel lane will remain closed through noon on Friday, Sept. 30.

Apple Request

Apple Request

I am a teacher at a local school district and drive the majority of Route 49 on a daily basis. Along my drive I have the awe-inspiring experience of observing a multitude of apple trees in full harvest. Unfortunately, many of these trees are bearing fruit that drop straight to the ground and are not enjoyed by human consumption.

I would like to inquire if anybody who owns these trees would give me permission to stop and gather some of these apples to utilize in celebrating the upcoming anniversary of Johnny Appleseed's birthday with my students. or 570-418-0405



North Central PA Roads Closed By Flooding (List)


Mansfield Responds To Morning Crash

MVA In Sullivan Township
At approximately 06:11 this morning, Mansfield Fire and Ambulance were dispatched to the Old State Road in Sullivan Township for a Motor Vehicle Crash.

Engine 2-2, Chief 210, Ambulance's 2-6 and 2-16, Medic 2 (SSH), and Western Micu 4 (Bradford County) all responded to the call for help. No helicopters were available due to dense fog.

Parents Invited To 6th Grade Track & Field Day

PA Wilds Artisan Development Initiative now accepting applications from artisans, retail sites

PA Wilds Artisan Development Initiative now accepting applications from artisans, retail sites
Program works to raise the visibility and profitability of artisans and arts-related businesses in PA Wilds

September 2011 – The PA Wilds Artisan Development Initiative is now accepting applications for its fall jury session for artisans and retail sites interested in joining the PA Wilds Artisan Trail.

Started in 2006, this program aims to raise the visibility and profitability of artisans and arts-related businesses in the PA Wilds in two main ways: by branding high-quality, locally-made artisan products with the “Proudly Made in the Pennsylvania Wilds” brand so these products can command a higher price; and helping get more of these items to market by establishing an Artisan Trail and an online presence for the program
( so artisans can more easily market their products to residents, visitors, design professionals and the like.

Skilled visual and craft artisans living in the PA Wilds are encouraged to apply to the program. Likewise, shops, restaurants, lodges, galleries, visitor centers and other retailers in the region who are interested in selling handcrafted items by PA Wilds Juried Artisans, and tying into the PA Wilds brand, are encouraged to apply to become a stop on the PA Wilds Artisan Trail. Jury sessions are held twice a year – in the fall and spring. The deadline for fall applications is Oct. 14.
 Membership guidelines are available at or by emailing

 The online application for businesses that want to renew or join the Artisan Trail as a retail stop are available at:

 The online application for artisans looking to join the program is available at:

To learn more about the PA Wilds find us at or at facebook/PAWildsResources or on YouTube at:

The PA Wilds Artisan Development Initiative is funded with support from the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the Appalachian Regional Commission.

Dense Fog Advisory issued September 23 at 6: 11AM EDT expiring September 23 at 10:00AM EDT by NWS State College http://

The National Weather Service has issued a Dense Fog Advisory for Potter County.

Tune to your local weather station for additional information, or visit

4-County Leasing Group Meeting Thursday, September 29 at Shinglehouse Firehall

Help Wanted

New Pastor At The First Seventh Day Baptist Church of Hebron

New Pastor at Hebron

The First Seventh Day Baptist Church of Hebron is pleased to welcome Carl Greene to serve as pastor in the community.

Pastor Carl Greene resides at the church parsonage with his wife Cindy and children, Seth, Luke, Sam and Ellie. The Greene’s moved here from their family farm in Berlin, New York.

Pastor Greene recently felt called to ministry and will be completing Seminary at Bethel University while serving the Hebron Church. He was recently installed and a welcome reception held at the Hebron Community Building for the community to meet the Greene family.

Dense Fog Advisory issued September 23 at 1: 15AM EDT expiring September 23 at 10:00AM EDT by NWS State College http://

The National Weather Service has issued a Dense Fog Advisory for Potter County.

Tune to your local weather station for additional information, or visit

Lost Min Pin Black and Tan Near Prosser Hollow Road

My dog is missing. He is a black and tan miniature pinscher. He is about 12 pounds. He has slight gray around his face. Contact numbers are 610-533-1070, 610-533-0047, and 815-274-7316. He was missing near Prosser Hollow Rd. in Coudersport by Dr. Backes's house.

Roulette Taxpayers Give Approval For Tax Increase For Fire Department

Sixty taxpayers turned out Monday evening for a public meeting in Roulette by the Roulette Township Supervisors to get the public's opinion on a tax increase to help support Roulette's Chemical Engine Company. At the end of the meeting, participants signaled with a show of hands an almost unanimous support for a tax increase for the firefighters and thanked them for their dedication and good service to the community. Click on the video coverage above by Solomon's words to see most of that meeting.

Roulette Township Has Little Interest In Establishing It's Own Police Department

Roulette Township Supervisors Chris Landes, Brian Drabert, and Ray Howard invited Sweden Township Police Chief Bryan Phelps, Trooper J. P. Yoder, and Sergeant Larry Goodwin of the Pennsylvania State Police station at Coudersport, to attend a public meeting to discuss the options for police protection in Roulette Township. A show of hands at the end of the presentation indicated little interest in establishing a local police force. Video report by

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Game Commission Meeting To Be Webcast


HARRISBURG - The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners will hold its next meeting on Oct. 3-4, in the auditorium of the agency’s Harrisburg headquarters at 2001 Elmerton Ave., just off the Progress Avenue exit of Interstate 81 in Harrisburg. A copy of the agenda for the upcoming meeting has been posted on the agency’s website ( and can be viewed by clicking on the “Commissioners’ Meeting” in the “Quick Clicks” box in the right-hand column of the homepage.

On Monday, Oct. 3, the Board will gather public comments and hear Game Commission staff reports beginning at 8:30 a.m. Doors to the meeting room will open at 7:45 a.m. Registration for those interested in offering public testimony - limited to five minutes - also will begin at that time. Following public comments, the Board will receive a report on a recent survey of hunting license buyers from Dr. Coren Jagnow, Bureau of Information and Education’s Human Dimensions Division chief and author of the survey.

On Tuesday, Oct. 4, beginning at 8:30 a.m., the Game Commission will take up its prepared agenda. Doors to the meeting room will open at 7:45 a.m.

For those unable to attend this meeting, the Game Commission will webcast the meeting beginning with the Game Commission staff reports on Monday, immediately following the conclusion of public comments. The full Board meeting on Tuesday will be webcast beginning at 8:30 a.m. An icon will be posted on the agency’s website ( on Monday and Tuesday to access the webcasts.

Roe also announced the minutes from the Board’s June 28 meeting were posted on the agency’s website ( To view the document, click on the “Resources” section in the menu bar under the banner, then select “Reports/Minutes,” followed by “Commission Board Meeting Minutes,” and then choose “June 2011 Minutes.”

Dorwin A. Furman, 60, of Coudersport, PA

Dorwin A. Furman

COUDERSPORT, PA---Dorwin A. Furman, 60, of Coudersport, died in his home Thursday, September 22, 2011 surrounded by his loving family after a courageous battle with cancer.

Born September 6, 1951 in Coudersport, he was a son of Calvin D. and Beatrice Forster Furman.

Mr. Furman was a graduate of Coudersport High School and was a U.S. Army veteran serving in Germany, attaining the rank of E4.

He was previously employed as an assembler at Truck-Lite in Coudersport and had been a self-employed carpenter. He had also been employed as a school bus driver, making many friends of the students he drove.

Mr. Furman was a member of Potter Post #192 American Legion in Coudersport; a member of the Potter County Honor Guard; and a member of the Port Allegany Moose Club #460. He enjoyed woodworking, fishing and hunting.

Surviving besides his father of Coudersport, are his loving companion and former wife, Joyce Page Briggs of Coudersport; five children: Susan A. (Todd) Mountain of Pataskala, Ohio, William J. (Renata) Furman of Boalsburg, PA, Robert “Shane” Furman of Penn Yan, NY, Shawn D. C. Furman of Bristol, Tennessee, Tracey Eisenhuth of Bristol, Tennessee, and Randy Buchanan of Bradford, NY; seven grandchildren; three brothers, David B. Furman of Clarksville, Indiana, Frank D. (Katie) Furman of Coudersport, and David D. (Cathy) Furman of North Bingham; his former wives, Karen Kjar Furman and Connie McCurry Furman; two special friends who Dorwin considered his mother and father, Lewis and Lucille Dugans of Coudersport; and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.

Friends are invited to attend a memorial service on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 2 p.m. in Potter Post #192 American Legion, Coudersport. The Rev. Richard Kuehlman, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Coudersport, will officiate. Burial will be in Fox Hill Cemetery, Ulysses.

Members of the Potter County Honor Guard will accord full military honors on Tuesday at Potter Post #192 American Legion.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Potter County Hospice, 1001 East Second Street, Coudersport, PA 16915; to Patterson Cancer Center, 1001 East Second Street, Coudersport, PA 16915; or to Potter Post #192 American Legion, Route 872, Coudersport, PA 16915.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse, PA.

Shinglehouse Dispatched To Station

At 6:39 pm on Thursday, Shinglehouse Dept. 39 has been dispatched to station. Call center for details.

Last Chance to participate in the Coudersport Town Wide Yard Sale Surveys.

Last Chance to participate in the Coudersport Town Wide Yard Sale Surveys.

If you were a Seller, please click the following link

If you were a Shopper, please click this link

We will be closing the survey’s sometime in the next couple weeks. By filling out this short survey, you can help us in making next year’s sale even better. Thank you in advance for your time!

Nicki Hafer and Cori Wagner

A Dress For Less: Homecoming Dresses

A Dress For Less: Homecoming Dresses

The 2nd Annual "A Dress For Less" will be held on Saturday, September 24 from Noon to 3:00 p.m. at the Hamlin Memorial Library on Mechanic Street in Smethport.

This event is the graduation project of a Smethport student and all proceeds will go to Breast Cancer Awareness.

If you have a gently worn, clean dress that you would like to donate, please bring the dress to the event. While you are there, shop the collection for a dress to take home. If you donate a dress, you may exchange it for another dress. If you do not have a dress to donate, but would like to come and shop, a $5 donation will get you a dress. Also, if you have dresses hanging in your closet that you would like someone else to make use of, donations are greatly appreciated.

2 Vehicle Crash Reported On Rt. 6 In Front Of CCMH

2 Vehicle Crash
At 4:21 pm on Thursday, Dept. 48 has been dispatched to a two vehicle accident in front of Charles Cole Memorial Hospital.

Scene Report indicates one minor injury

Speed Display Sign Placed in Austin Borough, Potter County

Speed Display Sign Placed in Austin Borough, Potter County

Austin –In an effort to improve highway safety, PennDOT placed a radar-controlled speed display sign along Route 607 (Main Street) in Austin Borough, Potter County.

The sign faces southbound traffic on Route 607 in the village of Austin. This area is posted with a speed limit of 40 miles per hour.

The speed display sign will remain on location for about three weeks and will register the speeds of vehicles traveling along that section of roadway.

The speed display sign uses radar to determine the speeds of oncoming traffic. Those vehicle speeds are then posted on the lighted section of the sign. Above the speed display is a speed limit sign showing the posted 40-mile-per-hour speed limit for that section of Route 607.

Smethport 7th grade Football scrimage @ Coudersport

Smethport 7th grade Football scrimage @ Coudersport

Paul Burdick Sports Images

Roadway Milling Set for Monday and Tuesday on Maple Avenue in DuBois; Expect delays

Roadway Milling Set for Monday and Tuesday on Maple Avenue in DuBois; Expect delays

DuBois – Road crews will be working to mill Route 4014 (Maple Avenue) in DuBois on Monday and Tuesday of next week. Area drivers should expect delays as milling takes place between Sheetz at the Liberty Boulevard intersection and the Shaffer Road intersection near the DuBois Mall. Motorists need to remain alert for flaggers in the roadway, enforcing an alternating traffic pattern.

Drivers are cautioned that delays could be longer during peak travel times. The milling operation will be in place both days during daylight hours. All work is weather and schedule dependent.

This work is part of a $4.1 million resurfacing contract covering fifteen routes in Clearfield County. New Enterprise Stone and Lime Company, Inc. is the contractor on this roadway improvement project.

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Watch Citizens Marcellus Shale Commission Hearings Online

Watch Citizens Marcellus Shale Commission Hearings Online
The Commission is in Northeastern PA this week, Harrisburg on Monday. Watch live on web.

The Citizens Marcellus Shale Commission is giving people across Pennsylvania the opportunity to add their voices to the critical debate surrounding natural gas drilling.

You can watch hearings live at the Commission's web site, including one scheduled for 6-9 p.m. tonight, September 22 at the Wysox Fire Hall near Towanda, Pa. Tune in to hear expert testimony from Vera Scroggins of Citizens for Clean Water, Rebecca Roter of Protecting Our Waters and Joanne Fiorito of NEPA Gas Action — as well as the testimony of local citizens living with Marcellus drilling in their backyards.

You can also watch archived video of Wednesday night's hearing at Lycoming College in Williamsport.

The Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center is one of eight civic and environmental organizations to form the Citizens Marcellus Shale Commission. Learn more at the Commission's web site.

Sweden Township Police Urge Caution At Construction Sites

Sweden Township Police Department
Seneca resources reports of project on Irish Farm Rd alert the next few weeks, while traveling it as well as SR 6 just E of Sweden Valley(well pad entrance),heavy trk and support veh.traffic, slow/turning/entering the highway.Bridge work continues on SR 44(MillCreek crk.)crrk crossing,crews are preparing to pour the N bound deck of bridge(traffic controled by a signal).Be safe

PEC Basic-SafeGulf/SafeLand Orientation Train-the-Trainer

PEC Basic-SafeGulf/SafeLand Orientation Train-the-Trainer

The Potter County Education Council and the Seneca Highlands Career and Technical Center are seeking interested individuals for the PEC Basic-SafeGulf/SafeLand Orientation Train-the-Trainer program.

The PEC Basic-SafeGulf/SafeLand Orientation Train-the-Trainer course allows an instructor to administer the PEC Basic-Safe Gulf/SafeLand Orientation course. The PEC Basic-SafeGulf/SafeLand Orientation course was designed to take the place of multiple operator orientation courses and to give each student a general idea of life and safety issues in the oil and gas industry - upstream, downstream, onshore, and offshore. As more and more industries are accepting and/or requiring this credential, having an in-house trainer can greatly reduce the cost of certifying your employees and increases your flexibility in scheduling the training.

Each instructor will receive classroom training and the following manuals: • PEC Basic Orientation Instructor Manual, • PEC Basic Orientation Student Manual, •PEC Basic Orientation Video, •All-in-One Video, •Backdrop for Student Photographs, •PowerPoint Presentation and reference material that will support the instruction of the program.

Ten individuals are needed to run this course. If you are interested in this course, call (814) 545-1333.

Thank You

Thank You

Thank you to all who donated money and items. I can't thank you enough. There is still a long ways to go and a lot of work to be done. Please continue to pray for my little town, as cleanup is still happening. Again I appreciate all the prayers, financial contributions and other donations. If you would like to donate you can go to and they will take care of any questions or if you would like to make a donation.

Julie Chitester

Help Wanted

Puppy Needs A Good Home

Puppy Needs A Good Home

I have a 7 month old lab/husky mix boy that is looking for a good home. He is very lovable, up to date on his shots and neutered.

His owner surrendered him to the vet who currently has him because they were threatened to be turned in for animal abuse...he lived in a crate for the 3 days the owner had him. He will have to go to a shelter soon and because of his size the vet is not sure how long they will be able to keep him before they have to put him down.

He is currently located in St. Mary's but I am willing to go get him if you will give him a home and possibly donate some money to cover the gas to go get him (this isn't required...).

If you are interested please let me know as soon as possible so that I can possibly make arrangements to go get him this weekend. You can give me a call at (814) 544-8032 or send me an email to and I will get back to you. Please be sure that you are willing to take on the task before you accept this one...if you are going to tie him outside and just give him water and food every day then please don't say that you will take him. He is a dog and needs love just like you would love your kids.

Birth Announcements For Charles Cole Memorial Hospital

Birth Announcement For Charles Cole Memorial Hospital

Welcoming Brylee Nikkole Lowe born 9-20-11 weight 6lbs 1.3oz to Alyssa Sue Lowe and Nathaniel James Knauer of Ulysses, PA.

Maternal Grandparents: Jackie Willow of Ulysses, Pa; Jonathan Lowe of Westfield, Pa.

Maternal Great-Grandparents: Gloria WIlliow of Genesee, Pa; Rip and Charlene Stevens of Galeton, Pa.

Paternal Grandparents: Gordy and Anna Mattison of Ulysses, Pa.

Paternal Great-Grandparents: Roger and Frieda Mattison Sr. of Genesee, Pa.

Welcoming Ella Grace Cleary born 9-20-11 weight 8lbs 3oz to Nickol Marie (Nicka) and Shawn Joseph Cleary of Austin, PA.

Maternal Grandparents: Richard and Anna Nicka of Wharton, Pa.

Paternal Grandparents: Paul and Lillian Cleary. (Deceased)

Child Safety Seat Checkup Today At PSP Coudersport

State Police and PennDOT are encouraging parents and guardians to participate in free child passenger safety seat checkups throughout Pennsylvania as the agencies kick off National Child Passenger Safety Week


Pennsylvania State Police Coudersport Barracks
3140 East Second St.
Coudersport, PA 16915

Thursday, Sept. 22
2-6 p.m.

Nearly eight of every 10 child safety seats is installed incorrectly

Chinese Auction Sept. 23 at Northern Potter Children's School

Big Or Small, Gustin's In Roulette Does It All

Car Window Smashed In Shippen Township

A Criminal Mischief incident on September 15th between 5 and 7:00 PM in Shippen Township, Cameron County is being investigated by State Police at Emporium.

Unknown actor(s) smashed out the back window of a 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer belonging to Tammy Burgett of Emporium, PA. Damage is estimated at $400.00.

Sign Stolen From Ridge Road In Lumber Township

State Police are investigating the theft of a sign on Ridge Road in Lumber Township between 9-5 and 9-14, 2011.

The sign belongs to Renee Henry of Manchester, PA.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Drunk Driver Clocked By PSP At 94 MPH On Rt. 120

An Emporium driver who was clocked at 94 miles per hour in a posted 55 mph zone was found to be Driving under the Influence of Alcohol.

Jeff A. Eckert, 48, of Emporium, PA, was stopped for speeding Tuesday at 6:23 pm on Route 120 in the area of Moore Hill Road in Shippen Township, Cameron County.

State Police will file charges for DUI and related summary offenses in District Court.

Fight Results In Broken Leg In Westline

A Simple Assault incident is being investigated by State Police.

Glenn Bish, 33, of Westline, PA, received a broken leg as a result of a fight with a known male, 41, of Bradford, PA that took place in the village of Westline, Lafayette Township, McKean County.

Reading Man To Be Charged With Criminal Trespass

A Reading man will be charged with Criminal Trespass in an incident at 753 Ben Green Road in Allegany Township, Potter County last Sunday at about 2:00 pm.

Alexander Hajdu, 77, of 737 N. 9th Street, Reading, PA, is accused of trespassing on private property owned by Charles Hemphill of 753 Ben Green Road, Genesee, PA.

Hajdu will be charged through District Court 55-4-01.

Investigation Continues In Roulette Burglary

Investigation is ongoing in a Burglary at the residence of Rebecca Leah Sena at 2 Second Street in Roulette.

Unknown actor(s) made entry into the residence by forcibly opening the rear door. While inside, actor(s) removed two laptop computers (both black), a silver Ipod touch, and a silver Panimage Media Tablet. They then fled the scene through the rear door.

Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP in Coudersport at 814-274-8690. Trooper John Whitcomb is the investigator.