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Saturday, March 30, 2013

No Injuries In Head On Crash On Honeoye Road Last Monday Morning

A head on crash on Monday at 8:29 AM on Honeoye Road, at the intersection with Butter Creek Road in Sharon Township, resulted in no injuries to the drivers and both vehicles remained operable with minor damages to their front ends.

Brandon J.Quinn , 26, of Shinglhouse, PA, was driving a 2004 F-150 westbound on Honeoye Road and entered the eastbound lane and struck a westbound Mack owned by Commonwealth of PA, and driven by Dean A.Dynda, 40, of Shinglehouse, PA. Both operators were wearing seat belts.

Quinn was charged by Trooper Derek Weaver with (not) Driving Vehicle At Safe Speed.

Duffle Bag With Pop Up Tent Found Near Cameron County High School

A green Army duffle bag containing a pop up tent was found on Route 46, near the entrance to Cameron County High School in Shippen Township, Cameron County on Thursday at 5:30 AM.

Trooper Barnes said he owner can pick up the item at PSP Emporium Station.

Man Charged With Harassment

An Emporium man was charged with Harassment after an incident on 3-21-2013 at the Frank Residence on Tannery Heights in Shippen Township, Cameron County.

Casey Frank, 33, of Emporium, PA, was charged by Trooper Michael Smith after the 7:40 AM incident when Frank grabbed Angela D. Frank, 32, of Emporium, PA, by the arm during an argument and shoved her, causing her to fall to the floor.

Known Person Lived In Genesee Camp Without Permission

A known person entered a camp at 589 Whitney Hill Road in Genesee Township and established residency there for several days without the permission of the owners who live in Columbia, PA.

Burglary prosecution was declined by the victims and the suspect will not be charged according to Trooper Kyle Butler, who investigated.

Ridgway Man Will Be Charged With DUI/Passenger Resisted Arrest For Marijuana Possession

A Ridgway man, who was stopped for speeding Saturday at 4:24 PM on Route 219 one mile south of Route 6 in Sergeant Township, was determined by State Police to be under the influence of marijuana.

Benjamin Jaques, 20, of Ridgway, PA, will be charged by Trooper Jeffrey J. Walker with DUI-Marijuana in District Court 48-3-04 pending NMS Lab results.

Michael Cappiello, 19, of Ridgway, PA,  a passenger in the Jaques vehicle, was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana. As he was being placed under arrest, he resisted and began to fight. He was transported back to  the PSP Station and processed. He will be cited for Resisting Arrest, Possession of Marijuana, and Disorderly Conduct by Trooper Matthew J. Petrof in District Court 48-3-04.

Brush Fire Near Driftwood Was Co-Operative Effort By Many Agencies

Gabe Trimbur has been selected for the P.M.E.A. All State Chorus

Gabe Trimbur
Gabe Trimbur has been selected for the P.M.E.A. All State Chorus.
He is the first male selected from Coudersport High School in 30 years. Gabe is a 10th grader at Coudersport High.

Woman Assaulted On Honeoye Road Near Shinglehouse

State Police are investigating a case of Domestic Violence resulting in a Simple Assault that occurred Friday night at 10:30 PM on Honeoye Road in Sharon Township.

A known male struck a 19 year old female several times and then fled the scene. Trooper Salas is continuing to investigate.Charges are pending in District Court.

Hit & Run Vehicle Struck Driver's Mirror & Did Not Stop

A Genesee woman was not hurt when a hit & run vehicle took their half out of the middle of the road and struck her driver's side mirror.

Carly S. Paintner, Genesee, PA, stopped and attempted to initiate contact with the southbound vehicle, but the driver failed to stop and continued southbound on Peet Brook Road in Allegany Township. Painter was driving a 2001 Dodge Neon. Trooper Michael Delp is investigating.

Tioga County Cartoonist Needs Your Vote Of Support

I could use your help in finding 200 people who have not signed up to vote. I am presently 77 votes behind, but every time I move forward so does Peter Ramirez. So please if you are on my friend's list or someone has invited you to join in and vote, please do so.

I am a local Tioga Cunty native and hope to get a first place finsih in one of the 3 Rounds left.

Round 7 ends tonight at 11:59 pm. thanks everyone.


All of us at Drabee's would like to wish everyone a Happy Easter! 
 Drabee's is closed Easter Sunday but will be open regular hours again on Monday!

Pennsylvania man killed in Navy SEAL training accident

Coudersport Ambulance To Ross Glenn Road

At 5:30 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance called to Ross Glenn for a man to go to CCMH.

Vehicle Fire On Plank Road Hollow Near Emporium

Address: 2031 PLANK ROAD HOLW
Cross Streets: E 6TH STREET EXT
Agency: CAMERON CO 14 FD
3/30/2013 5:22:07 PM

Big Turnout At Coudersport Fire Dept. Easter Egg Hunt

Photo shared by Jeremy Chitester
Fire Chief Bryan Phelps writes:
What a GREAT day for the Easter Egg hunt at Coudersport Vol Fire Dept., with members of the 48 house...Now getting ready for the Donkey Basket Ball Game @ 7:00pm, have a safe one.. THANKS to all that helped today and to all that brought your children..have a GREAT and safe EASTER.
There were aprox 250-300 kids, and we would like to thank them and their families for their continued support, We would also like to thank the Lions Club for donating the eggs, and thanks to Roger and Rhoda Lent of Knowlstead Farms for donating the straw.

MVA On Rt. 219 in Bradford

MVA On Rt. 219 in Bradford
At 3:35 PM on Sunday, Bradford EMS and Fire Rescue dispatched to Rt. 219 near Forman Street On-Ramp in the Northbound Lane for an MVA with injuries. Airbag deployment reported.

Commercial Fire Alarm In Bradford

Commercial Fire Alarm In Bradford
At 3:31 PM on Saturday, Bradford City & Township Fire Depts. have been dispatched to 8 Elm Street for a commercial fire alarm.

Round 7 Ends Today, Your Vote For Lonny Can Help

Lonny Frost
Just a reminder, that round 7 is ending today. I sure cold use your help to close the 70 vote difference between 1st and 2nd place. 

Please continue to encourage your friends to vote and share this link.

Lawrenceville Dispatched For Wildfire In Lindley

Lawrenceville Dispatched For Wildfire In Lindley








Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, March 30th at 1:00 PM at Coudersport Fire Station

Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, March 30th at 1:00 PM
at Coudersport Fire Station

PA-C or CRNP Needed

Hamilton's Pancake House Is Now Open Saturday & Sunday From 8 to 4

Friday, March 29, 2013

Port Allegany Ambulance Called For Head Injury

At 10:32 PM on Friday, Port Allegany Ambulance has been called by Port Allegany Police to East Maple Street for a person with a head injury, apparently from a fight.

Students Serve Those in Need in the Nation's Capital on Spring Break

Students Serve Those in Need in the Nation's Capital on Spring Break

DuBOIS – For this year's spring break, 20 Penn State students spent seven days in Washington D.C. learning about the issues that surround homelessness and poverty in the United States, and volunteering to help those who are homeless. The students had the opportunity to meet many homeless people on their service trip, putting faces with the issue.

Students volunteered at Capitol Area Food Bank where they sorted canned goods that are distributed to 700 area organizations, and at D.C. Central Kitchen, which serves 4,500 meals a day to local food shelters.

Marly Doty, assistant director of Student Affairs at Penn State DuBois, and Ken Nellis, campus athletic coordinator, accompanied students on the trip. Doty said, "I'm so proud of the Penn State students that I had the privilege of leading to DC. They are all incredible and I have a renewed faith in our country's future because of their leadership and determination."

"Interacting with the homeless and learning their story had the biggest impact on me," said student Evan Aravich. "I feel that homelessness is something that is commonly talked about but not completely understood. Looking back, I now have a more complete understanding of how homelessness affects the individuals going through it."

Students prepare hygiene bags to distribute to homeless people in D.C. parks. Left to right are Dylan Pearce, Chase Lyle, Justina Powers , Evan Aravich, and Cristal Colgan.

Students Aid in Superstrom Sandy Cleanup

Students Aid in Superstrom Sandy Cleanup

DuBOIS – A group of students from Penn State DuBois recently traveled to Baldwin, New York over spring break to assist in relief efforts that have been ongoing since Superstorm Sandy hit the area in October. A total of five students from the campus made the trip with the Christian Student Fellowship, led by Campus Minister Kyle Gordon and International and Multicultural Student Services Coordinator Tharren Thompson.

In Baldwin, students worked to repair the Nassau Christian Church and parsonage that was damaged by flooding. The reinstalled insulation in the floors by accessing crawl spaces, laid the subfloor, stripped damaged wiring for scrap, and installed drywall. The church will use the money they get from the scrap that the students collected to fund a young girl's tuition for seminary so she can become a missionary. Once the parsonage is completely finished, the church will use it to host more work groups to come and help rebuild the community. The church currently serves as a hub for those that are in need of assistance in the area.

"I know students left this trip knowing they made a significant impact in the lives of the people in the Baldwin community," said Gordon. "Even further, I know this trip made a significant impact in the lives of our team as several are now exploring how they can be more involved in community service and even make a career out of relief efforts."

From left, is Phil Bartoletti of Penn State DuBois, and Andrew Newswanger of University Park, work in a crawl space under the Nassau Christian Church in Baldwin, New York.

Corbett’s DEP withdraws 4 pollutants from regulatory plan

Pa. eases water standard update after industry complaint 
Corbett’s DEP withdraws 4 pollutants from regulatory plan

Shale Gas Review
by Tom Wilbur
In the face of industry opposition, Pennsylvania officials have backed away from proposed standards that would limit certain kinds pollution that drilling and fracking operators can discharge into the Commonwealth’s waters.

Specifically, the agency has removed proposed standards for molybdenum, sulfates, chlorides, and 1-4 dioxane, because the restrictions “raised the concern of the business community,” according to a recent DEP report. The constituents were originally included in proposed updates to Chapter 93, which regulates water quality under the Clean Streams Law. The revised proposal is now pending approval by the Department of Environmental Protection’s Environmental Quality Board.

The most acutely toxic of the chemicals excluded from the proposed standards is 1-4 dioxane, a manufacturing solvent that can cause illnesses ranging from cancer to organ failure, and for which there is no current water quality standard in Pennsylvania.  Read more...

PA Wilds: Wineries thrive among elk, forests, and creeks

PA Wilds: Wineries thrive among elk, forests, and creeks
By Tataboline Enos. Originally published in Keystone Edge March 7, 2013

 The Pennsylvania Wilds may be best known for its wild places and wildlife, but as more people trek to the region to explore its woods, mountains and waterways, it is driving growth of another kind of tourism asset: a robust trail of wineries.

The Pennsylvania Wilds spans two wine regions – the Groundhog and Upper Susquehanna – and has long been peppered with a few unique, family-run wineries. But several more have opened or expanded in the region in recent years, creating jobs and helping define the visitor experience in this evolving outdoor recreation destination. (Pictured, Red Bandana ribbon cutting. More information at Keystone Edge, click below)

Donna M. Uhl, 78, formerly of 20 Riley Road, Bradford, PA

Donna M. Uhl,
Donna M. Uhl, 78, formerly of 20 Riley Road, Bradford, PA, went to be with her Lord and Savior, Friday, March 29th, at the Bradford Ecumenical Home, from complications of Alzheimer's Disease.

Born September 21, 1934 in Shippenville, she was a daughter of the late Wayne Exley and Goldie Rebecca (Rossman) Berlin. Mrs. Uhl was a 1952 graduate of Bradford High School.

On October 16, 1953, in Bradford she married Marvin J. Uhl, who died on April 8, 1995.

Donna was a member of the Sawyer Evangelical Church and volunteered at the Friendship Table. She was a great cook and enjoyed cooking for others. She was a life-long, loving, caregiver, especially after the death of her husband she spent countless hours looking after the needs of her family and friends. Her greatest joy was spending time with her grandchildren.

She will be remembered for her great zest for life, positive attitude as well as her vivacious smile and laughter.

Surviving are two daughters, Louise (Ronald) Goodman of Duke Center, and Cynthia Patrick of Bradford, three sons, Stephen (Janet) Uhl, Robert Uhl, all of Bradford and Ronald Uhl of Smethport, five grandchildren, Dr. Jeffrey Goodman, Alyssa Goodman, Ian Patrick, Dylan Patrick and Anthony Uhl, two great grandsons, Zachery Iseman, and Noah Patrick, two sisters, Bonnie (Jack) Titus, of Bradford and Barbara (Dale) Smith, of Derrick City and a brother, Paul Berlin, of Bradford, many nieces, nephews and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, an infant daughter Carol Lynn Uhl, infant granddaughter Jasmine Leigh VanHoutte, one daughter in law Sally Uhl, three brothers John Raymond Berlin, Virgil "Bud" Berlin and Gerald "Pete" Berlin, and two sisters Maxine Neely and Norma O'Neil.

Family will be receiving friends on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, from 1:00 to 2:00pm in the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes, Inc., 372 East Main St., where a memorial service will be held at 2:00pm, with Rev. Brad Preston, pastor of the Sawyer Evangelical Church officiating.

Memorials, if desired, may be made to the SPCA, P.O. Box 113, Bradford PA 16701 or a charity of the donor's choice.

On line condolences may be made at

Coudersport Ambulance To Roberts Road

At 5:50 PM on Friday, Coudersport Ambulance and Medic 6 have been called to Roberts Road for a man choking.

Outside Fire Reported Near Driftwood

Address: BRIDGE ST and LOW GRADE RD--1/2 Mile out of Driftwood on Rt. 555

Agency: CAMERON CO 16 FD;
3/29/2013 5:06:07 PM


Thelma V. Berlin, 91, of Warren, PA

Thelma V. Berlin
Thelma V. Berlin, 91, of Warren, PA, died Friday morning, March 29, 2013 at Golden Living-Kinzua. 

She was born on October 4, 1921at Kinzua, PA. to the late Bert and Mary Morrison Dennison. Thelma was a longtime resident of Warren, PA. and was employed with the former G.T.E. Sylvania in the Plastics Dept. retiring in 1981 after 33 years.

She is a member of the First Church of the Nazarene.

She is survived by her 3 Children - Barbara Werner and husband, Edward of Pittsburgh, PA., Bonnie Guiher and husband, Terry of Lander, PA., Robert A. Berlin of Warren, PA.

1 Brother-in-law, Wesley Sherman of Russell, PA., 8 Grandchildren, 14 Great Grandchildren, 5 Great Great Grandchildren. Several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Rex I. Berlin who died August 27, 1990 whom she married February 21, 1940 in Kennedy, NY, 1 Son - Terrance Berlin, 1 Sister – June Lillian Sherman.

Friends may call at the Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc., 304 East Street, Warren, PA on Monday, April 1, 2013 from 6 to 8 P.M. and on Tuesday, April 2, 2013 from 10:00 A.M. until 11:00 A.M. when a funeral and committal service will be conducted with Dr. G.A. Hankins, Pastor, officiating.

Interment will be in Weiler Cemetery.

Those wishing to place memorials may do so through Paws Along the River, 212 Elm Street, Warren, PA. 16365 or the First Church of the Nazarene, 907 Pennsylvania Avenue East, Warren, PA. 16365. E-mail condolences may be sent by visiting

More Recalls From Rich's For Possible Contamination

03/29/2013 01:59 PM EDT

Rich Products Corporation of Buffalo, New York, is announcing a voluntary recall of Farm Rich® Mini Quesadillas (PC 35635), Farm Rich® Mini Pizza Slices (PC 35643 and PC 37690), Farm Rich® Philly Cheese Steaks (PC 35634), Farm Rich® Mozzarella Bites (PC 37443 and PC 37691) and Market Day® Mozzarella Bites (PC 80435), produced from November 12, 2012 to November 19, 2012 due to possible contamination with Escherichia coli O121 bacteria (“E. Coli O121”).

Francis G. "Bud" Miller, 79, of 29 John F. Kennedy Drive, Lewis Run, PA

Francis G. "Bud" Miller, 79, of 29 John F. Kennedy Drive, Lewis Run, passed away, Friday, March 29, 2013 in the Bradford Manor.

Born December 12, 1933, in Mt Alton, he was a son of the late Arthur G. and Annabelle (Taylor) Miller.

On July 18, 1959 in Our Mother of Perpetual Help Church, he married Lea M. (DelMonego) Miller who survives.

Mr. Miller attended Bradford Area Schools. He enlisted in the United States Navy on March 1, 1956 and was honorably discharged on October 23, 1957. After the service he worked for Airco Speer and later for Trico Industries from where he retired in 1995.

He was a member of Our Mother of Perpetual Help Church and served as an usher. He loved to do woodworking.

In addition to his wife, Lea, of 53 years, he is survived by a son, Joseph (Bonnie) Miller, of Bradford, one sister, Madeline Daugherty, of Goshen, NY, one brother, Glenn (Helen) Miller, of Lewis Run, one sister in law Joan Miller of Bradford, 2 step grandchildren, Jamie Siffrinn and Jeremy Battles, several nieces and nephews. 

He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister, Alice Miller and two brothers Wayne Miller and William "Bill" Miller

Family will be receiving friends on Monday, April 1, 2013, from 5:00 to 8:00pm in the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes, Inc., 372 East Main St., where a prayer service will be held at 9:15am on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00am in Our Mother of Perpetual Help Church, with Rev. Stephen Collins, pastor as Celebrant. Military Honors will be accorded at the Church immediately following the Mass. Burial will be in St. Bernard Cemetery.

Memorials, if desired, may be made to McKean County SPCA, PO Box 113, Bradford, PA 16701.

On line condolences may be made at

Kenneth L. Bickford, 86, of 324 W. 4th St., Emporium, PA

Kenneth L. Bickford, 86, of 324 W. 4th St., Emporium, Pennsylvania died at Elk Regional Health Center, St. Marys on Thursday (March 28, 2013) morning.

He was born June 11, 1926 in Liberty Twp., McKean County, PA a son of the late Glenn G. and Fern Weimer Bickford.

On September 20, 1947 in Coudersport he married Jettie Logue Bickford, who survives.

Mr. Bickford graduated from Coudersport High School. He served with the US Army Air Force during WW II. Ken worked at the former A & P Grocery Store and retired from Olivett's Shurfine where he worked for many years. He was a fifty year member of the Emporium Volunteer Fire Department and a active member of the Emporium Ambulance Service for many years and the First United Methodist Church in Emporium.

In addition to Jettie Logue
Son: Glenn Bickford and his wife Judy, Murrels Inlet, SC
Daughter: Kristi, Mrs. Michael Volk, Bemus Point, NY
5 Grandchildren Matthew, Amanda, John, Jeffrey & Jennifer
Sister: Ilene Close, Galeton
Many nieces and nephews

Preceded in Death By
Parents: Glenn G. and Fern Weimer Bickford
4 Brothers: Richard, Pete, Carl, Donald Bickford
6 Sisters: Rita Blow, Donna Toombs, Madie Weidow, Trudy Pagano, Gladys Bickford & Lorraine Jaros

There will be No Visitation. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service at the Barnett Funeral Home 207 E. Fourth Street, Emporium on Saturday (April 13, 2013) at 3:00 PM with Rev. Joseph Short, Pastor, First United Methodist Church, officiating.

Burial will be in the Forest Hill Cemetery, Austin, PA

Memorial Contributions may be made to American Cancer Society, Cameron Unit, P.O. Box 62, 135 W. Fourth St., Emporium, PA 15834 or to the Emporium Volunteer Fire Department, 421 N. Broad St., Emporium, PA 15834 or the Cameron County Ambulance Service, 299 E. Second St., Emporium, PA 15834

Online Condolences may be placed at 
BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.



BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s Division of Communication and the Arts next week will present “Oh, the Humanity,” a group of five small plays written by Will Eno.

The play, which is directed by Dr. Kevin Ewert, professor of theater, takes place at 7:30 p.m. April 4, 5 and 6 in the Studio Theater of Blaisdell Hall, and at 2 p.m. April 7. The production runs about an hour with no intermission. Tickets are $6 for the public and $2 for all students.

The loosely connected plays capture emotional moments in the lives of ordinary individuals: a coach admitting defeat, a man and woman each preparing to record a video for a dating service, and an airline spokesperson trying to spin a tragedy.

“Will Eno has one of the most distinctive voices in the theater today,” Ewert said. “His work has been called ‘existential stand-up,’ and that nicely captures his ability to create these hilarious moments of our everyday failings, our agonies and our anxieties.

The cast includes Josh Ellson, a radiological science major from Export; Matthew Tuzynski, an interdisciplinary arts major from Clarks Mills; James Segee, a writing major from Bradford; Stephanie Mihalik, a history-political science major from Pittsburgh; Nyssa Brumagin, an interdisciplinary arts major from North Warren; community member Kelley Baker-Ewert; Love Lee, a broadcast communications major from Upper Darby; Michael Robinson, an interdisciplinary arts major from Louisville, Ky.; and Danielle Scott, a history-political science major from Altadena, Calif.

Tickets are available in advance through the Bromeley Theater Box Office, which can be reached at (814)362-5113 or

For disability-related needs, contact the Office of Disability Resources and Services at (814)362-7609 or

Easter Bunny in Ulysses

The WLSV Easter Bunny was brought by Tri-Town Fire Department to All For You Flower & Gift Shop in Ulysses today. The Easter Bunny was met by many excited kids.
Photos courtesy Robin Freeman

Halls Run Bridge Work Starts April 8 under Flagging

Clinton County
Halls Run Bridge Work Starts April 8 under Flagging
Temporary signals will control traffic starting April 16

Lock Haven – On behalf of Governor Tom Corbett, PennDOT today announced that work to replace a bridge on Route 144 south of Renovo will get underway on Monday, April 8. Once work is complete, PennDOT will be able to remove the current one-truck-at-a-time posting and delete the bridge from the list of structurally deficient bridges in Clinton County. Replacement will also provide area drivers with safer, more efficient travel across a modern structure.

Weather permitting; work on the bridge will start April 8 under an alternating traffic pattern, with flaggers present in the work zone. On Tuesday, April 16, temporary traffic signals will be in place to enforce an alternating traffic pattern. Lane width through the work zone is ten feet.

The bridge spans Halls Run, about three miles south of Renovo in Noyes Township. The Halls Run Bridge was built in 1941, is 32 feet long and carries an average of 320 vehicles each day.

Work is expected to last through late October and includes replacement of the old bridge with a new concrete box beam bridge, approach work, paving, guide rail updates, and miscellaneous items. LTT Trucking LLC of North Bend is the contractor for this $1 million job.

Drivers are reminded to obey posted speed limits and always buckle up.

Foster Brook On Ramp Closed By Oil Spill

3-31 Easter Brunch At The Crittenden

Ralph E. “Bud” Bell, 88, of Shinglehouse, PA

Ralph E. “Bud” Bell 
“Beloved Father & Grandfather”

Ralph E. “Bud” Bell, 88, of Shinglehouse, PA, passed away on Monday, March 25, 2013 in Charles Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport, after a short illness.

Born December 2, 1924 in Wells Farmhouse, Bell Run, he was a son of Maynard W. and Etta I. Wells Bell. On June 10, 1950 in Olean, NY, he married Patricia Anna Chastain, who passed away on December 14, 2012.

He was a graduate of Bolivar High School, Class of 1942. Mr. Bell served in the U.S. Army during World War II in the European Theatre as a field lineman. He later attended the Milwaukee School of Engineering.

He was employed at the former Clark Brothers in Olean and retired in 1986 from Industrial Patterns in Bolivar, NY.

Mr. Bell was a charter member of the Bell Run Union Church, where he served in various capacity with the most recent being Deacon Emeritus. In his spare time, he enjoyed antiquing; and most importantly, spending time with his family.

Surviving are three sons, Ed (Nani) Bell, Michael G. (Beth) Bell, both of Shinglehouse, and Douglas F. (Kim) Bell of Lavina, Montana; a daughter, Patricia L. “Patsy” (Preston) Colbey of Elizabethtown; 14 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; a sister, Welda M. Bell of Shinglehouse; two brothers, Wilbur O. (Frances) Bell of Deep Creek, MD and Philip S. (Bonnie) Bell of Bradford, PA; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents and wife, Mr. Bell was predeceased by a brother, Maynard Bell; and a sister, Yvonne Worden.

Friends are invited to attend a memorial service at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 8, 2013 at the Bell Run Union Church with Pastor Chad Shaffer, officiating.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Bell Run Union Church, 904 Taylor Brook Road, Shinglehouse, PA 16748 or to Child Evangelism Fellowship Inc., 2203 N. Rolling Rd., Baltimore, MD 21244.

A fond memory of Ralph may be expressed at

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

Giant Chocolate Bunny Giveaway

KIDS - stop over today or tomorrow to enter our drawing for a chance to win this giant chocolate bunny. 
 Drawing will be held Saturday at 5pm!
See details on our Facebook page.

These Kids Were Winners In Roulette Easter Egg Hunt Last Week

Cold weather dampened the Annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Roulette C of C across from the Human Services building in Roulette. The kids pictured above were winners of special prizes.  The event usually attracts hundreds, but the weather was all but Eastery this year.

These are the winners from our Easter Egg Hunt last weekend.

1st Gavin Widmeier 
2nd Ethan Vargason
3rd Ethan Vargason

1st Sage Caskey
2nd Jailyn Marshall
3rd Scott Broden

Kya Taylor
Tyler Fillhart
Joshua Beck

Desmond Baker
Emma Stout
Emma Stout

Shannon Curfman
Nicholas Stout
Rafe Caskey

We would like to thank everyone who helped we had a good turn out for being cold.

Roulette C of C
Our beautiful granddaughters posed for the camera with the Easter Bunny.

Free Help For Those Trying To Quit Smoking

Free Help For Those Trying To Quit Smoking

quitsmokingExperts say nicotine is society’s most addictive drug and most people who go it alone are doomed to fail. Free help is available to residents who are trying to quit their tobacco use. Potter County and Charles Cole Memorial Hospital have partnered with Clinical Outcomes Group Inc. (COGI) for smoking and tobacco cessation programs. 

Participants are eligible for nicotine replacement therapies, including gum, lozenges or patches. All services and products are free.

A free 90-minute smoking cessation workshop will be held by COGI on Tuesday, April 9, at Cole Hospital’s main conference room.

 Participants can choose between sessions at 7:30 am, 1 pm and 6 pm. Call 814-260-5550 to register.  In addition to holding workshops, COGI refers individuals to support groups and otherwise helps them through the process of quitting. For more information on COGI, send email to, or call 1-800-264-1290. COGI has been providing services in Pennsylvania for more than ten years.

Recent tax increases on tobacco products and further revelation about the impact of smoking on both the smoker and others who breathe the toxins have resulted in a larger number of smokers attempting to quit.

Festival Encourages Choirs

This is a letter from one of the churches that entered the 2012 Festival of Choirs USA. They had eight choir members. Please read.

Dear Jerry and BonnieJean,

Our dear Vanessa suggested I send this to you. We are all pretty excited about it. We have nearly 40 singing in the combined choir! Seven of our eight-voice choir from the summer are involved. Pastor Bob (tenor) is narrating.. Vanessa, Dad, Rich, Helena, Penny and Jeff are singing and I am conducting.. Aunt Jean (#8) was called Home on December 18th.

Our brother Larry is singing, too, and playing the guitar for one number. We also have hammered dulcimer, flute, clarinet, upright bass and piano! Thrilling!

Let's hear it for the church choir experience in Arcade, NY!!!!!

I hope your Lenten Journey is meaningful.

Dona Rae Roll


Address: 650 BRANDY CAMP RD
City: FOX
Cross Streets: W MAIN ST * CUNEO RD

3/29/2013 12:30:37 PM

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Bright Voices of the Allegheny National Forest

Bright Voices of the Allegheny National Forest

By Laurie Barr

Fireflies, like honeybees and butterflies have four stages in their lifecycles. These include egg, larva, pupa and adult. This remarkable lifecycle is called “complete metamorphosis.” Fireflies, honeybees and butterflies have something else in common; they use unique visual communication to convey ideas and information.

Honeybees communicate by "dancing.” Worker bees collect nectar and pollen and then return to the colony and perform a dance to tell the other bees where they have been and where they may go to collect nectar and pollen. Butterflies communicate with each other by using special flutter and flight patterns. The male butterfly will attract a female by performing a "courtship dance” and if a female is interested she will join him. Their “voices” are their unique and elaborate dances.

Unlike bees and butterflies, which are active during the day, fireflies communicate with each other and attract their mates by creating their own light after the sun goes down. Their messages, written in light reach out to each other and also deliver information. Their bright voices communicate not only with each other, but also to the world with clues to the health of their forest habitat.

Each stage of the firefly metamorphosis: egg, larva, pupa and adult, depends on a healthy environment. However their remarkably beautiful form of communication during their mating ritual involves a language of their own and requires darkness.

In the Allegheny National Forest a remarkably rare population of fireflies which communicates by performing in an amazing dance of bioluminescence en masse and in synchronicity were discovered.

The Allegheny Defense Project (ADP) recently announced in their January 2013 newsletter, The Hellbender Digest; “Synchronous Fireflies Confirmed in the Allegheny National Forest” after an international team of biologists were invited to the area of the ANF where these rare fireflies were discovered, near the Black Caddis Ranch Bed and Breakfast, in Kelletville, PA. Close to where the ADP members first observed the synchronous fireflies.

The research shed light on one of the greatest “wonders of nature” the ANF has to offer. The ANF is one of only a few places on earth to host this spectacular natural synchronous light show. The team of international researchers confirmed the population of rare synchronous fireflies in the ANF by performing field studies, flash timings, microscopic exams and DNA analysis. There are other confirmed populations of synchronous fireflies in the Great Smokey Mountains and in Southeast Asia. The researchers; members of the ”FIRE” (Firefly International Research and Education) team, studied the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Photinus carolinus populations and confirmed this inspiring ritual. A “True Wonder of Nature.” The phenomenon attracts thousands of tourists annually to the Great Smoky Mountains who come armed with blankets and lawn chairs to view this inspiring and spectacular display. Preservation of the darkness of their habitat is fundamental, not only to the species survival, but also to ensure the spectacular display of light will entertain generations to come.

Their inclusive message, their brilliant behavior, their bright voices of the Allegheny National Forest, are far too important to ignore.

Discovering and learning about the lifecycles and habitat of these amazing fireflies can be a fun for the entire family!

The “First Annual PA Firefly Festival” will take place June 21-23 kicking off at the Black Caddis Ranch B&B in Kellettville, PA. Family friendly activities will be planned throughout the weekend!

Friday and Saturday nights the fireflies will provide the spectacular entertainment!

Visit PA Firefly Festival blog spot at, for updates and information on lodging and event schedule.

Visit the Allegheny Defense Project at to learn more about the fireflies of the Allegheny National Forest.

Study on Consumer Demand for Natural Gas Service to Begin

Study on Consumer Demand for Natural Gas Service to Begin

Penn State Extension
A bi-partisan state senate resolution passed to study the demand for natural gas service in the Commonwealth

Study on Consumer Demand for Natural Gas Service to Begin

State Senate Resolution 29 was unanimously passed by the Pennsylvania State Senate on March 11th that directs the Center for Rural Pennsylvania to study the potential need for residential, commercial and industrial natural gas service in the Commonwealth. The Center will collect and analyze the following information:

• the estimated demand for natural gas service in un-served and under-served areas of the Commonwealth;

• the estimated price consumers are willing to pay for access or conversion to natural gas service;

• identify any regional differences in consumer demand and willingness to pay for natural gas service; and

• any other relevant economic information on the costs and benefits to expand natural gas distribution infrastructure.

The study will be completed by August 1, 2013.

According to the Resolution, the US Census Bureau estimates that only about 51% of PA homes are heated with natural gas. Many residents don’t have access to natural gas service due to the lack of natural gas distribution infrastructure. With the natural gas abundance in the state, the study will help determine if it may be beneficial to lower energy heating costs, provide economic development opportunities, create jobs, and lower net emissions of carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide through greater availability throughout the state.

The Senate Resolution 29 may be found here.

Welcoming Clover Elizabeth Gay who was born on March 27th at Cole Memorial

It’s a Girl!!

Dixie Taylor and Wesley Gay from Port Allegany, Pa are pleased to announce the arrival of Clover Elizabeth Gay who was born on March 27th at Cole Memorial. Clover weighed 6lbs. 14 ounces. She joins her brother Lane Wyatt.   

Maternal Grandparents: David and Beverly Taylor of Port Allegany, Pa.

Maternal Great-Grandparent: Joyce Seeley of Port Allegany, Pa.

Paternal Grandparents: Larry Gay and Terri Ely.

I-80 Columbia County work zone restrictions for next week

Travel Advisory
I-80 Columbia County work zone restrictions for next week

Here are the scheduled traffic impacts in the I-80 work zone near Mifflinville in Columbia County for next week.

From Tuesday through Friday, April 2-5, there will be rolling roadblocks to slow traffic in order to set concrete bridge beams on the eastbound bridge under rehabilitation. This will affect traffic traveling eastbound on I-80 from mile 236 (Lightstreet Exit) to mile 241 (Berwick Exit) from 7 a.m. to 12 noon each day.

As a reminder, the I-80 westbound Mifflinville on-ramp remains closed. This is due to merging-traffic safety concerns in the narrowed two-lane area. The signed ramp detour remains in effect.

PennDOT reminds motorists they can log on to or call 511 from any phone to check interstate traffic conditions before heading out.

Lick Run Road drainage improvements scheduled

Travel Advisory
Lick Run Road drainage improvements scheduled

A PennDOT maintenance crew in Lycoming County will replace a series of eight cross pipes along Route 4006 (Lick Run Road) in Pine Township to improve drainage.

Work will take place between Route 287 and Baker Road.

The work will begin Monday, April 1, and take place over approximately 10 working days, with traffic detoured daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

During the construction, local traffic will be restricted to use Baker Road or Route 184; emergency traffic or school buses will be able to get through.

Rich Products Recalls Several Products

Buffalo, NY,  Firm Recalls Frozen Mini Quesadilla, Pizza, Cheese Steak and Other Snack Products Due To Possible E. Coli O121 Contamination
Recall Release CLASS I RECALL

WASHINGTON, March 28, 2013 – Rich Products Corporation, a Buffalo, NY firm, is recalling approximately 196,222 pounds of frozen chicken quesadilla and various other heat treated, not fully cooked frozen mini meals and snack items because they may be contaminated with E. coli O121, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.

The following products are subject to FSIS recall: [View Labels (PDF Only)]

7.2-oz. cartons of Farm Rich mini pizza slices with cheese pepperoni and sauce in pizza dough, UPC code 041322376909 with a best by date of May 15 or May 16, 2014.
22-oz. cartons of Farm Rich mini pizza slices with cheese pepperoni and sauce in pizza dough, UPC code 041322356437 with a best by date of May 15 or May 16, 2014.
18-oz. bags of Farm Rich mini quesadillas with cheese, grilled white meat chicken in a crispy crust, UPC code 041322356352 with a best by date of May 14, 2014.
21-oz. bags of Farm Rich philly cheese steaks with cheese, beef & onions in a crispy crust, UPC code 041322356345 with a best by date of May 13, 2014.

In addition, the following products, which fall under FDA jurisdiction, are also being recalled. FSIS is issuing this news release to make the public aware that these products are also considered potentially adulterated and should be properly discarded or destroyed.

22-oz. cartons of Farm Rich mozzarella bites in a pizzeria style crust, UPC code 041322374431 with a best by date of May 19, 2014.
7-oz. cartons of Farm Rich mozzarella bites in a pizzeria style crust, UPC code 041322376916 with a best by date of May 19, 2014.
22-oz. bags of Market Day Mozzarella Bites, UPC code 041322804358 with a best by date of May 12, 2014.

Each product package above contains the establishment number "EST. 27232" or "P-27232" inside the USDA mark of inspection.

The products subject to recall were produced between Nov. 12, 2012 and Nov. 19, 2012 then distributed for retail sale nationwide. FSIS and the establishment are concerned that some product may be present in household freezers.

FSIS was notified of a multistate investigation of E. coli O121 illnesses on March 19, 2013. Food samples were collected from an ill individual in New York as part of this investigation, and tested by the New York State Department of Health Wadsworth Laboratory. At present, the cluster includes 24 cases in 15 states. A sample of a Farm Rich frozen chicken mini quesadilla product from a New York case tested positive for the outbreak strain of E. coli O121. Eight cases in Michigan, Mississippi, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia report consuming Farm Rich products. FSIS is continuing to work with federal and state public health partners on this investigation, including the New York State Department of Health, New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets, Food and Drug Administration, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

FSIS routinely conducts recall effectiveness checks to ensure that steps are taken to make certain that the product is no longer available to consumers. When available, the retail distribution list(s) will be posted on the FSIS website at:

Many clinical laboratories do not test for non-O157 Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC), such as STEC O26, O103, O45, O111, O121 or O145 because it is harder to identify. Infection with E. coli O121 can result in dehydration, bloody diarrhea and abdominal cramps 2-8 days (3-4 days, on average) after exposure to the organism. While most people recover within a week, some develop a type of kidney failure called HUS, Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome. This condition can occur among persons of any age but is most common in children under 5-years old and older adults. Symptoms of HUS may include fever, abdominal pain, pale skin tone, fatigue, small, unexplained bruises or bleeding from the nose and mouth, decreased urination, and swelling. Persons who experience these symptoms should seek emergency medical care immediately.

Consumers with questions regarding the recall should contact the company's consumer line at (888) 220-5955 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST Monday through Friday or visit the company website at


03/28/2013 07:56 PM EDT
Heartland Gourmet, LLC of Lincoln, NE is voluntarily recalling the following items because they may contain undeclared Milk. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to Milk run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

03/29/2013 12:30 PM EDT
March 26, 2013 - AKELAND, Fla., - Publix Super Markets is issuing a voluntary recall for Publix Deli Tri Fruit and Grain Salad since it may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes. Publix received notification of the potential contamination from their supplier, Allison's Gourmet Kitchens.

03/29/2013 02:15 PM EDT
Lisy Corporation of Miami, FL is voluntarily recalling select seasoning blends because they contain the ingredient soy that is not declared on the label. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to soy run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

03/29/2013 02:49 PM EDT

Lifestyle Evolution Inc announces the voluntary recall of NuGO FREE, NuGO Dark and NuGO Slim Non Dairy bars Made BEFORE October 2012 because of the potential for undeclared milk.

Coudersport Ambulance To Potter County Jail

At 10:32 AM on Friday, Coudersport Ambulance has been called to the Potter County jail for a male fall victim.

Shinglehouse Ambulance To Dr. Barke's Office

At 10:19 AM on Friday, Shinglehouse Ambulance & Medic 6 have been called to Dr. Barke's office for a medical emergency.

PA-C or CRNP Needed

Easter Egg Hunts This Weekend At Shinglehouse & Austin

3-29 Easter Egg Hunt3-30 Easter Egg Hunt--Austin VFD

3-29 Chicken BBQ--Coudersport

3-29 Chicken BBQ--Coudersport

Think About It

Have You Ever Imagined?

Have you ever imagined what God has planned for your life? Probably, like most of us, you've been plugging away, one day at a time, just trying to get by. But this is what God says about your future; "No one's ever seen or heard anything like this, never so much as imagined anything quite like it - what God has arranged for those who love him". (I Corinthians 2:9 Msg) Wow! Did you catch that? No one's ever seen, heard or imagined what God has arranged for those that love him. That means that for all that love God, he has promised a future and a hope.

There is a key to this promise and it has to do with those who love him. The problem is, many want the promises of God without the obedience. Jesus stated that if we loved him then we would do his will, (John 14:23). Loving him and doing his will go hand in hand, you can't have one without the other. Another thing about this promise is that it's about his plan for our life. This may mean that it may not coincide with what we had planned. And frankly speaking, what we have planned maybe very limiting to what he has planned.

One of the things that I am learning, (note that I said "am learning") that walking in the things that he has planned takes risk. Think about it for a moment. If we can't imagine what he has planned how then could it even come into our heads to do it? If it is truly beyond our reach, then it will take faith and a walk of obedience to get there. To do that means that we've got to go where we've never gone before. Sadly many, and this is for Christians, like the comfortable life of what's normal, predictable, and safe. As a people, we don't like risks and we often don't like new. But Jesus is calling us all into a life of obedience and if we are going to be followers of him, then we must go to where he is beckoning us to go. Risky? Sure it is, but is there another way? Remember this, Jesus said, "According to your faith will it be done to you", (Matt 9:29). You will only go as far as your faith will allow you to go. Think about it.


Thursday, March 28, 2013

Mother Jailed In Coudersport Child Abuse Case

A Coudersport woman was arrested Thursday and arraigned before District Judge Annette L. Easton in connection with the child abuse investigation that resulted in the arrest of Vincent Joseph Floyd of Coudersport, PA on Wednesday on child abuse charges.

Kali Ann Denhoff, 21, of Coudersport, PA, the mother of the 19 month old child that was reported to have been physically abused for a period of over a year, was arrested by Sgt. James Collins of the Coudersport Police Department and arraigned on charges of:
The charges that show the date of the offense as 2-1-2012 coincide with the date she started living with Floyd, prior to the beginning of reports of the child being injured.

Denhoff  was sent to jail in lieu of $20,000. straight cash bail. She will come back for a Preliminary Hearing tentatively scheduled before Judge Easton on April 8, 2013.

DUI Charge Pending Lab Results

A Brockport man was stopped for a speeding violation Thursday on Route 219 in Lantz Corners at 5:53 PM when State Police determined he was under the influence of alcohol and prescription drugs.

Michael Camuso, 60, of Brockport, PA, will be charged by Trooper Jeffrey J. Walker in District Court 48-3-04 pending NMS Lab results.

Lonny Is Trailing Behind By 91 Votes--Did you vote today?

I have no idea how Peter does it, but every Thursday he suddenly ends up nearly a hundred votes ahead of me. I am presently 91 votes behind.

It is so disappointing to return home and see that kind of spread when most of the week Peter has been trailing behind me. Especially after all the effort and constant voting my supporters have poured into this week's contest to keep me at the top.

However, I am so pleased to still be near the top and I believe my supporters can push me right back up there. Yes, I believe all of them are that good. I would love to see at least 50 more votes votes come in tonight to help close up the gap that Peter has once again created. Peter has the lead with 985, while I am at 894. This is the largest gap between positions this week. Thanks to all of you I held onto 1st place for 72 hours! So you scared him good.

I would love for my supporters to take the lead again by Friday and steal 1st away at the last minute on Saturday evening. I thank everyone for the continuous votesm encouragement and support. You all are just awesome no matter where I finish in this round. I figure if I can keep in the top three I will probably move on to the next round. I hope this cartoon has added a smile to your day, as you all have added a smile to my week.

There is a 2 day challenge of 500 votes or more by the closing of Saturday evening. We are looking at hitting 1,000 by the endo of the day, or early morning tomorrow. Thanks for breaking so many records this week alone!

Please share the post or the link. Thanks again everyone one.

Hope needs a home

This is Miss Hope. She needs someone to nudge and snuggle. She's about 3 yrs old so this is about as big as she's going to get. She came up to my husband outside about 5 months ago. She was skin and bones with scratches and cuts from her ear to her tail on one side. She came up and nudged his leg, just purring away. After the first 24 hours of calming her, getting food in her a little at a time and getting her to sleep, we set her up in our guest room. She's been there ever since. She's healed well and filled out nicely. She's been a sweet girl but she deserves a family of her own. In a couple of weeks we'll get her fixed and get her shots. We'd keep her but we've already got 9 cats and 2 dogs so we've got a pretty full house.

She lives to nudge, purr, get belly rubbies and eat. She LOVES kids and is happy just to curl up and be loved. She is litter trained and needs to be an inside only cat. She is a special needs kitty but her treatment only requires someone to spoil her a little and she gives sooooo much love back.. Hope is an HIV positive kitty which is different for cats than for humans. She can't transmit it to humans and the only way cats transmit it to other cats is through deep bite wounds. I have a little book about feline HIV. The book was written about a cat that was diagnosed with HIV at 16 yrs old. It's not expensive. I'll give you the simple recipe for the mush she gets along with regular cat food. If you're interested, contact me at and we can arrange a time for you to meet her. WARNING: It could be love at first sight.

Possible Gas Well Fire Near Russell City

Address: 18080 ROUTE 948
Cross Streets: ROUTES 66 948
3/28/2013 9:48:10 PM


Vehicle Fire Reported On June Hollow Road

Vehicle Fire Reported On June Hollow Road
At 9:28 PM on Thursday, Port Allegany Fire Dept. has been dispatched to June Hollow Road in Annin Township for a van on fire. Vehicle is halfway between Annin Creek and Two Mile into a snowbank.

Coudersport Ambulance To Route 6 West

At 9:26 PM on Thursday, Coudersport Ambulance & Medic 6 have been dispatched to Rt. 6 West for a medical emergency.

Six Year Old Female Alleges Man Sexually Molested Her

6 Year Old Alleges Man Sexually Molested Her
State Police have revealed in a news release this evening that they are conducting an investigation in which a 6 year old female alleges that she was sexually molested by a 51 year old male in West Branch Township, Potter County, during the time period of 2007 thru 2009.

Corporal Michael Murray said the investigation is ongoing and there are no further details available at this time.

New Edition Of Local Veterans Newsletter Available

New Edition Of Local Veterans Newsletter Available

military-emblemsLatest edition of Potter County Veterans News, a quarterly publication of the Potter County Department of Veterans Affairs, is now available. Purpose of the newsletter is to keep area military veterans and their families apprised of the latest developments affecting them. Information is concisely arranged in a publication that has a special focus on Potter County veterans’ issues and available services. Copies of the latest edition (April-June 2013) and past editions can be downloaded and printed from the county’s website, Click on the “Departments” tab at the top and go to Veterans Affairs. Copies can also be obtained at the Gunzburger Building in Coudersport at 814-274-8290, Ext. 210 (Will Worthington/Veteran Affairs) or Ext. 207 (Commissioners).
Among features in the April-June edition:
  • Potter County Korean War veterans will be recognized at a special ceremony on July 20.
  • County teaming with Bath VA Center for outreach to economically challenged veterans on April 17.
  • Campaign will expose shameless shysters who steal from veterans.
  • LEEK “Wounded Warriors,” Trout Unlimited “Healing Waters” planning local events.
  • Coming through in a big way for Pittsburgh’s Fisher House.
  • Joining Forces one of several national initiatives to support returning service members and their families.
  • Fast-tracking veterans to civilian employment.
  • In Memoriam: remembering Army Specialist Michael Franklin (right).
  • Potter County is supporting the Education Center at the Wall and compiling information on local military personnel who were casualties of the Vietnam War.

13 Year Old Girl Missing--Police Seeking Information

Dana A. Bachman, 51, of E. Mill St., Port Allegany, PA

Dana A. Bachman
Dana A. Bachman, 51, of E. Mill St., Port Allegany, PA,  passed away Wednesday (Mar. 27, 2013) in Hamot UPMC, Erie, PA. 

Born August 13, 1961, in Port Allegany, he was a son of Albert C. and Lillian J. Childs Bachman, Sr. On June 3, 1995, in Port Allegany, he married Deborah A. McGarvey, who survives.

Mr. Bachman was employed at Saint-Gobain Container Co. of Port Allegany, (now Verallia) as a line mechanic, for over 27 years, before having to retire.

Dana was a lifetime resident of the area and a graduate of the Port Allegany High School, Class of 1979.

Mr. Bachman was a member and former fire chief of Star Hose Fire Department, Port Allegany. He was a member of the GMP Union, Local 54, and volunteered as a baseball coach for several years. He was an avid supporter of Port Allegany athletics.

Surviving in addition to his wife, Deborah, are two sons, Kyle A. (Alisha) Bachman of Port Allegany, Cliff D. (Ashlee) Fillhart of Smethport; Lindsay E. (Clinton) Szuba and Caitlin D. Bachman both of Port Allegany; 6 grandchildren: Lily, Willow, Brennan, Ayden, Breah, and Ava; two nieces, Carla Smith and Eileen Donnelly.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and a brother, Albert C. Bachman, Jr.

Friends will be received from 7-9 p.m. Friday and Noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, (Mar. 30, 2013) in the Switzer Funeral Home, Port Allegany, where a funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. with Rev. Michael Culver, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Port Allegany, officiating.

Burial will be in Grimes Cemetery, Port Allegany.

Memorials can be made to the Star Hose Fire Department, Port Allegany Sports Boosters, or the American Kidney Foundation.

Condolences can be sent to:
Deborah A. Bachman
201 E. Mill St.
Port Allegany, PA 16743

Armed Standoff In Fleming, NY--Subject InCustody

Fleming, NY (Cayuga) *Barricaded Perp* Rt.38, PD at a standoff with an armed subject. (WXRS)