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Saturday, May 13, 2017

Panthers' Season Ends in AMCC Tournament Semifinals

By Scott Elliott
PITTSBURGH, Pa. - The Pitt-Bradford baseball team’s season came to end Saturday in the AMCC tournament semifinals against Penn State Behrend. The Panthers were edged, 5-4.

Pitt-Bradford trailed 4-1 entering the eighth inning, but Tim Brown swatted a three-run home run, his second long ball in as many days, to level the score.

Ryan Northcott relieved starter Matthew Hogue in the bottom half of the inning and promptly served up a leadoff walk. Pinch-runner Holden Stevanus moved to second on a sacrifice bunt and stole third base. He scored moments later on Ryan Hamm’s fly ball to left field.

The Panthers’ Brock Blovsky led off the top of the ninth with a base hit, but Penn State Behrend’s Scott Sada retired the next three batters in a row to save the game. Sada entered in the eighth inning with go-ahead run at first, and after walking the first batter he faced, struck out Tyler Hoops to keep the game tied.

Pitt-Bradford fell behind early, yet starter Matthew Hogue battled to keep the Panthers in the game. The Lions got to Hogue for three runs in the second and another in the fifth, but the lefthander yielded just two hits over his final two innings of work. For the game, Hogue gave up eight hits, four runs, one earned, while walking three and striking out three.

Lions’ starter Jack Herzing stymied the Panther offense, limiting the Blue and Gold to only four hits over the first 7.2 innings. Dalton Renn accounted for Pitt-Bradford’s only run in the early going, a RBI groundout in the third.

Renn led off the eighth with a double but was thrown out when attempting to stretch it into a triple. After Jay Clinger struck out, Austin Parent walked and Brody Wood was hit by a pitch, setting the stage for Brown’s blast.

Pitt-Bradford advanced to the tournament semifinals by defeating Mt. Aloysius early Saturday morning, 9-7, in an elimination game.

Pitt-Bradford fell behind Mt. Aloysius, 1-0, after the top half of the first, but the Panthers mounted a two-out rally to grab the lead. Hoops walked to lead off, moved to second on a sacrifice bunt, and advanced to third on a passed ball. After Renn struck out looking, Clinger was hit by a pitch to put runners at the corner. The next four batters—Parent, Wood, Brown and Austin Hoggatt—singled to plate four runs.

Renn added a RBI sacrifice fly in the second, and Brown extended the lead to 6-1 in the third with a run-scoring knock. Two batters later, Samuel Dreistadt stretched the advantage to seven with a two-run hit.

After allowing a RBI single in the first, Pitt-Bradford starter Ryan Boyer retired the next eight batters in a row. However, he ran into the trouble in the fourth, issuing three free passes. Mt. Aloysius’ Vincent Jacob cleared the bases with a triple, and he scored on Dalton Garlock’s base hit to cut the deficit to 8-6.

The Mounties threatened again in the fifth, but Boyer stranded a pair of runners to keep the Panthers in front. Both teams loaded the bases in the sixth, yet neither team scored.

Boyer worked a 1-2-3 seventh, and Northcott pitched the eighth, escaping a near disaster after giving up back-to-back singles to start the inning. In the bottom half of the frame, Blovksy doubled with one out and came home on Renn’s single. It was Renn’s 100th career hit.

Mt. Aloysius cut the deficit to 9-7 in the ninth, but Northcott retired the final two hitters to complete the save, his first of the season.

Boyer earned his sixth win of the season, allowing six runs on seven hits while walking five and striking out nine. Parent and Brown each had three hits apiece, and Renn finished 2-4 with two RBIs.

Pitt-Bradford finishes the season at 16-25 under first-year head coach Zach Foster.

Roulette Ambulance Dispatched To Station

At 11:25 PM on Saturday, Roulette has been dispatched to station, call center for details.

Great Kids Fishing Derby today...did you miss it?

Friends of Lyman Run
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Great Kids Fishing Derby today...did you miss it? What can we do to make it better or make it easier for you to attend?? This is such a wonderful event for small kids!! So many thanks to go around! FRIENDS GROUP- you are the BEST!! 

Park Staff so helpful and thoughtful...great new assistant complex manager, Scott Morgan...thanks for your help and support..thanks also to our merchants and supporters who really made this happen...we had a great time and even the Weather gods blessed us!!!

Middlebury & Chatham Dispatched To Possible Structure Fire On Rt. 249

At 10:00 PM on Saturday, Middlebury & Chatham Fire Departments have been dispatched to 911 Rt. 249 for a possible structure fire. Resident states he can smell smoke but not see fire.
10:13 PM--Chief 11 reports he believes they have fire under control.  Chatham units standby at present location. 
10:17 PM-Fire out. Units returning.

Man charged with murder of woman at Olean House

Olean Times Herald

OLEAN — An Olean House resident has been charged with murder after the death of a woman in the North Union Street housing facility.

Olean police have charged Edward Smith, 50, of apartment 331, with second-degree murder, a class A-I felony; first-degree assault, a class B felony; and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a class A misdemeanor. Smith is currently being treated at Olean General Hospital and when released will be brought back to the Olean Police Department station for booking procedures, said Olean Police Capt. Robert Blovsky, who announced the arrest Saturday evening.

Police have not released the name of the victim. Read more....

Genesee Dispatched To Possible Wildfire On Wintergreen Road

At 9:09 PM on Saturday, Genesee Fire Department has been dispatched to the area near 188 Wintergreen Road for a possible wildfire.
9:21 PM--RECALLED by Chief 37-10

Coudersport Dispatched For Carbon Monoxide Alarm

At 5:57 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Fire Department has been dispatched to Elaine's Casual Cuts at 14 East Second Street for a carbon monoxide alarm activation.

Save Coudersport Pool Event Is Sold Out For Dinner; Bidders Welcome After 7 PM

Due to overwhelming support, tickets are sold out to Saturday's event and dinner, but we welcome anyone to come and bid anytime after 7:00. No Tickets needed to bid.

The Family of Janice M. Powers Says Thank You....


Green Chile Food Company Recalls Meat and Poultry Burrito Products Due to Possible Listeria Contamination
Green Chile Food Company, a Las Cruces, N.M. establishment, is recalling approximately 252,854 pounds of ready-to-eat meat and poultry frozen burrito products because they may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes.

The First Presbyterian Church of Coudersport Donates $10,000.00 to the Coudersport Pool Fund in Memory of Darlene Sitler.

Most people knew Darlene Sitler as a musician. She taught music at Northern Potter Children’s School for 30 years. She was organist and choir director at Coudersport’s First Presbyterian Church and played French Horn in community bands and in the Wellsville, N.Y. Performing Arts Orchestra.

Others knew Darlene as a gardener. She took great pride in the flowers she tended at her home and at her beloved Presbyterian Church. She added vegetable gardening to her repertoire and delighted in sharing the bounty with the congregation through the summer.

Darlene also enjoyed walking for exercise and began to compete in area 5K races, happy to continue to improve with each outing.

It was that same kind of drive that led her to the Coudersport Swimming Pool to conquer her fear of water. She signed up for adult swimming lessons shortly after her 50th birthday and worked with the instructors to overcome her apprehension and learn to swim. It was among her proudest accomplishments.

It is in memory of Darlene, who gave credit to her Lord for all she accomplished, that her church family donates $10,000.00 to the Coudersport Swimming Pool fund.

Alfred, Alfred Station Dispatched To Vehicle Into Tree On County Road 12

At 1:36 PM on Saturday, Alfred & Alfred Station have been dispatched to a one vehicle crash in front of 5535 County Road 12. Report an elderly driver head on into a tree with airbag deployment.

Roulette Dispatched To Station For Ambulance Call

At 12:58 PM on Saturday, Roulette Ambulance & ALS dispatched for a patient at the fire station with chest pains.

Financial Planning Program Cancelled At Oswayo Valley Memorial Library

PA Gas Drilling Permits Issued

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Hepburn Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2017-05-08 00:00:00 to INFLECTION ENERGY (PA) LLC for site HENSLER 3 in Hepburn Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Gamble Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2017-05-08 00:00:00 to SENECA RESOURCES CORP for site EASTON 32H 51387 in Gamble Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

PA Permit Violation Issued

PA Permit Violation Issued to William H Brawand in Jones Twp, Elk County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2017-05-05 to William H Brawand in Jones Twp, Elk county. 78.83(b) - CASING AND CEMENTING - SURFACE AND COAL PROTECTIVE CASING AND CEMENTING PROCEEDURES - Operator failed to drill a hole at least one inch greater than the outside diameter of the casing collar or casing coupling.
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

Rob Leete's moving address at the Potter County Veterans Gravestone Restoration Project

Military Veterans of Potter County

Ceremony at 9 am Saturday, May 13, at the Eulalia Cemetery for a very special Veterans Memorial Service kicking off our countywide project. A 20-minute program preceded the work session.

Welcome: Paul Heimel, Master of Ceremonies
Invocation: Rev. Janis Yskamp
Remarks: Steve Erway, Eulalia Cemetery Assn.
Appreciation: Bill Simpson, Veterans Affairs Director
Keynote Address: Rob Leete, U.S. Navy veteran
Benediction: Rev. Janis Yskamp
Military Rites: Potter County Honor Guard
Taps: Arthur Metzger

Military Veterans of Potter County

Thank you to all who attended our kickoff for the Potter County Veterans Gravestone Restoration Project. Here's keynote speaker Rob Leete's moving address. 

Closing ceremonies -- Potter County Honor Guard rifle salute and "Taps" by Arthur Metzger. (thanks to Lugene Heimel for all videos and photos).

Shinglehouse Ambulance To Honeoye Haven

At 11:15 AM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance has been dispatched to Honeoye Haven for a medical emergency.

Fisherman Finds Missing Pine Creek Boater's Body Near Morris, PA

FIRST News Now

FNN Article Update (c) 2017.

According to a post on Miller's Store Blackwell's Facebook page, the body of 66 year-old, Larry Peifer was reported found in a pile of flood debris not far from the Pine Creek Bridge in Morris, PA. It was confirmed that on May 11, 2017, a fisherman found Peifer's body on Thursday morning.

Peifer had been missing for five days after the boat he and another individual was in capsized on Sunday, May 7th. The men were boating along Pennsylvania Grand Canyon's Pine Creek Gorge when the accident occurred. Peifer never surfaced after going under the water, the other individual was lucky to make it to the shore, however, that person could not locate Peifer after the accident. That individual made the tough decision to trek out to find help.

It was stated that Peifer probably passed away shortly after falling into the cold water. The strong current is believed to have pulled Peifer down and carried him downriver. where his body became tangle in debris caused by the recent rainfall.

It was noted that the individual with Peifer had to walk several miles to get help.

As FNN reported before, Morris, Wellsboro and other fire crews from other stations assisted with the search over the week. The search for Peifer also included the Pine Creek Outfitters, DNCR Bureaus of Forestry and State Parks, the fish and boat commission, as well as, Peifer's family members and his friends.

FNN was told Larry Peifer stayed at a camp located in Stony Fork and visited Tioga County, often.

Prayers are being requested for the Peifer family and their friends, as well as, for those who assisted in the search.


5-13 Food Pantry Port Allegany

5-13 Food Pantry Port Allegany

Kevin J. Dusenbury Would Appreciate Your Vote For Potter County Coroner On May 16th

Please Write In Gary Walaski For Coudersport Borough Council Ward 2

Coudersport Main Street Committee Is Offering 4 For 4 Store Start Up Program

5-13 Roulette Library Used Book Sale

Sagewood Seeking Mental Health Therapist For Port Allegany & Coudersport Areas

BOGO With Drink Purchase On Mother's Day At Kane Subway; Take Mom Out, Live Music!!

Whispering Evergreens Food Plots, Supplies & Services For You

Special Kids Network Gathering Set For Thursday, May 25th At Coudersport Jr./Sr. High School LGI Room

Oswayo Valley Rod & Gun Club Fishing Derby Saturday In Millport, PA

Please Re-Elect Michael Young as Bingham Township Supervisor

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See Cub Cadet All-Around Strength At Moon's Farm Yard Center In Ulysses & Wellsboro

Roulette Town Wide Yard Sales

Special Education Teachers; Teacher of the Hearing Impaired Wanted By Intermediate Unit #9 In Smethport, PA

Coudersport Pool Fund Grows; Fundraiser Set For May 13th At Coudersport American Legion Post

Currently the pool fund has $121,313.70 from over 200 individuals, groups, businesses and our schools donating generously to save the pool. Funds and pledges to renovate the pool continue to come in daily from those locally and from 11 other states.

The pool fundraiser on May 13th, 5:30 at the Coudersport American Legion is gaining steam.

Our small businesses community has once again stepped up to supply great auction donations.

Additionally, individuals and groups have generously donated a wide range of auction items.

So far, there are over a hundred items up for Chinese auction, silent auction and verbal auction. There will be something for everyone. Items include: the first official cannon ball into the new pool, one-of-a-kind Mother's Day jewelry, 22/250 rifle, locally tied flies and fishing gear, local hand made wood craftsmanship, local art work, local photography, gift certificates to various businesses, Penn State football tickets and life saving bystander CPR classes, but there are many more.

Mort's Meat Mafia will be cooking BBQ pulled pork sliders, the Ladies Auxiliary will be doing side dishes, cash bar will be open and dessert served.

Come on out and support your community, socialize and have a great time.

Thanks again for the tremendous support!

Advanced Tickets can be purchased at Cream N Sugar, The Hotel Crittenden, Hauber's Jewelry, The Country Shoppe and Laundry and Olgas for $20 tickets at the door are $25.

Fundraiser items can still be donated and dropped off at the Country Shoppe and Laundry.

Pool donations via check are still being collected and can be sent to:

Coudersport Borough
Coudersport Pool Fund
201 South West St
Coudersport Pa 16915

Spring Consignment Auction Saturday, May 13th At Lloyd Burkhouse Auction House, Bradford, PA

Howard's Inc. In Coudersport Has A Kubota Mower For You!!

65th Annual Ham & Leek Smorgasbord Saturday At Germania Fire Company Pavillion

Attention Eulalia Township Residents, Spring Clean Up Day May 13th At Township Building

Port Allegany Town Wide Yard Sales Saturday, May 13th

Friday, May 12, 2017

Shinglehouse Ambulance To Canada Hollow Road

At 11:44 PM on Friday, Shiglehouse Ambulance & Olean 10 medic have been dispatched to Canada Hollow Road for a medical emergency.

Blossburg, Liberty Dispatched For Crash On Rt. 15 Northbound

At 11:09 Blossburg & Liberty Fire Dept. & Ambulance dispatched to a one vehicle crash on Rt. 15 Northbound, 1 mile South of Blossburg. Vehicle is reported into a guard rail.

Ohio Men Injured When Blazer Rolls On Route 6 Near Mt. Jewett

Tires Punctured On Vehicle Parked Along Cinder Hill Road In Bingham Township

Cutting Torch Head & Hoses Stolen From Ulysses Township Garage

Tyler Hoops Earns DIII HERO of the Week Honors

By Scott Elliott

Pitt-Bradford baseball player Tyler Hoops reeled in another national award Friday, capturing the DIII Offensive HERO of the Week fan vote.

Hoops was nominated for his three-hit performance in game one of the team’s AMCC opening-round series versus Penn State Altoona on Sunday. The Mendham, New Jersey, native grabbed 66 percent of the votes, nearly 41 percent more than the runner-up.

Hoops, who was named the AMCC Player of the Week and appeared on the Team of the Week, powered the Panthers to an 18-3 victory against the Lions with a RBI single and his first career home run, a two-run blast. He walked and also scored four runs. The freshman shortstop connected for a three-run shot in game two and hit .384 in 13 at bats in the series.

La Roche Pulls Away to Defeat Pitt-Bradford Baseball

By Scott Elliott
Top seeded La Roche scored in each of the final four innings to pull away and defeat the fifth-seeded Pitt-Bradford baseball team, 15-6, Friday in the championship round of the AMCC tournament.

With the loss, the Panthers will face Mt. Aloysius Saturday at 9 a.m. in an elimination game. The Mounties were edged, 5-3, by Penn State Behrend earlier in the day.

Pitt-Bradford led 4-3 entering the fifth, but a pair of defensive plays by the Redhawks seemed to turn the momentum. Panther starter Justin Beimel allowed two of the first three La Roche batters to reach base in the bottom half of the frame, and David Lemley put the Redhawks in front for good with a towering three-run home run to leftfield.

La Roche added three more runs in the sixth and two more in the seventh to stretch its advantage to 11-4. Austin Parent smacked a two-run home run in the eighth, his third of the season, to pull the Panthers within five. The Redhawks tacked on four more runs in their half of the frame to cap the scoring.

Pitt-Bradford jumped out to a 3-0 lead after the top half of the first. Tyler Hoops led off the game with a triple and scored on Brock Blovsky’s sacrifice fly. Dalton Renn walked in the next at bat and came around to score on Jay Clinger’s double to the gap in right field. Clinger advanced to third on the throw home, and he crossed the plate on Austin Parent’s sacrifice fly to centerfield.

La Roche responded with three runs of its own to tie the game, but the Panthers went back ahead in the second on Tim Brown’s homer to deep leftfield. It was his fourth of the season, tying Renn for the team lead. Beimel and Redhawks starter Tanner Stanz would settle in, though, as neither team scored again until the fifth inning.

Beimel was charged with the loss, allowing eight runs, six earned, on nine hits in five innings. He walked five and struck out one. Relievers Matthew Hogue and Nate Renick combined to give up seven runs in relief, and Andrew Bacha got the final out of the eighth inning.

La Roche totaled 17 hits and limited the Panthers to just seven. Parent went 2-2 with three RBIs and a run scored for the Blue and Gold.

Pitt-Bradford falls to 15-24 on the season. The Panthers split the regular season matchup with the Mounties.

Diane Alward, 79, Bradford, PA

Diane Alward

On the 11th of May, 2017,  Diane Alward, greatly beloved by her family, friends, and former colleagues, left this world and passed on to another.

She was the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Hartman and was born in Bradford on April 24, 1938.

She was a graduate of Bradford High School and the University of Buffalo. Born with the warmest of hearts, it shone brightly in her long career as a registered nurse and as a lover of all animals.

She leaves behind a husband, Dennis Alward, sister, Marion Burns, 4 sons, and other family member who will forever carry her in their hearts.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm on Monday at McKean Memorial Park, Lafayette.

Memorial contributions in her memory can be made to the McKean County SPCA, P.O. Box 113, Bradford, PA 16701 or the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the care of the Mascho Funeral Home, Inc.

Online Condolences can be expressed at

News from State Rep. Matt Gabler

Headline Harrisburg

Friday, May 12, 2017
The latest news from the State Capitol 
Strengthening Public Corruption Laws - Public officials and employees who are convicted of public corruption crimes would be forced to forfeit their government pension under legislation that passed the House this week.

House Bill 939 would hold state, county or municipal government officials and public employees, including judges, teachers and other school district employees, accountable for crimes related to their official duties by requiring them to forfeit their government pension.

They would also need to pay appropriate restitution when they plead guilty or no contest to any crime related to their official government position or any felony offense related to their office or employment. This would prevent public officials from cutting deals under which they agree to plead guilty to a lesser crime to keep their pensions.

The bill, which now goes to the Senate, would also impact federal crimes that are classified as felonies or are punishable by a term of at least five years in prison.
REAL ID Update – On Monday, the House State Government Committee, of which I am a member, passed legislation which would offer a solution to Pennsylvania’s REAL ID problem. Senate Bill 133 was amended in committee, meaning it would have to return to the Senate before being sent to Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk.

Pennsylvanians who do not fly or enter federal buildings or military installations would not have to purchase identification that complies with the federal REAL ID Act under legislation passed by the House State Government Committee this week.

Instead, residents may choose to purchase a REAL ID or continue using the current form of state driver’s license or photo ID as a standard form of identification for activities other than air travel or entering federal buildings.

Lawmakers believe offering choice is the best way to ensure Pennsylvania complies with the requirements of federal law while also avoiding unnecessary burdens on taxpayers who would face higher costs for the new form of identification.

The General Assembly must act by June 6 in order to be considered for an additional extension from the Department of Homeland Security. Both the passage of this legislation and the extension will allow Pennsylvania to take the important steps necessary for the Commonwealth to reach full compliance with the federal law.

This bill would be an improvement over current law because it gives Pennsylvania residents the ability to seek a compliant ID for air travel or admission to military installations. Those however who do not wish to use their driver’s license or state ID for these purposes would not be required to deal with the costs or the paperwork involved.
On the Road Again - This coming week, PennDOT will begin roadway improvement on Route 322 and the Allport Cutoff near Bigler in Clearfield County. Signage for the project was set this week, with traffic control set-up to follow.

The project includes:
  • Improved drainage
  • Updated guiderails
  • Roadway reconstruction
  • Paving
  • New turning lane from the Dollar General Store to the Allport Cutoff.
  • New signal and safety improvements will also be performed at the 322/Allport Cutoff intersection
  • Rehabilitation of the box culvert carrying Forcey Run under Route 322
  • Sight distance improvements near the Walker Lumber entrance.
  • Drainage improvements and roadway reconstruction on the Allport Cutoff Route 2030) from Shiloh Road to Route 322.
Traffic control through the project will consist of daylight flagging and alternating traffic patterns. Drivers will need to remain alert for flaggers in and near the roadway.

PennDOT expects the project to finish by the end of November.

Meeting with the Elk County team from Leadership Elk and Cameron was a great way to start my day Wednesday in Harrisburg. LEC provides professional, academic, and personal opportunities through coordination with institutions of higher education and business/industry associations.

George C. Sowers, 80, of 13355 Route 120, Emporium, PA

George C. Sowers

George C. Sowers, 80, of 13355 Route 120, Emporium, PA died at UPMC-Presbyterian, Pittsburgh, PA on Thursday (May 11, 2017) evening.

He was born October 28, 1936 in Spring Mount, PA a son of the late Warren and Hazel Danekar Sowers. On August 29, 1964 in Spring Mount, PA he married Diane Berry, who survives.

George worked for the Cameron County School District as a maintenance supervisor for many years. He and his wife Diane were foster parents for over 30 years. 

He loved spending time with his children and grandchildren. 

George enjoyed playing guitar and tinkering with his many tractors. He had a great love for God.

He is survived by his wife Diane Sowers, son, George T. "Ted" (Penny) Sowers, Emporium; daughter, Joy (Dennis) McKimm, Emporium; daughter, Karen (Keith) LaBrozzi, Lufkin, TX; daughter, Peggy (Gary) Heckman, Emporium; daughter, Andi (Martin Lyon) Sowers, Emporium; son, Steve (Danielle) Sowers, Howard, PA; thirteen grandchildren, fourteen great grandchildren, brother, Robert (Eleanor) Sowers, Zieglersville, PA and a sister, Betty (George) Shaner, Fagleysville, PA.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Warren and Hazel Danekar Sowers; a grandson, Keith Edward LaBrozzi; two sisters, Delores VanEvery & Patricia Lick; two brothers, John & Warren Sowers.

A Memorial Service will be held at the Barnett Funeral Home, 207 E. Fourth Street, Emporium, PA on Monday (May 15, 2017) at 6:00 PM with Rev. James Eastman, officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to the Service.

Memorial Contributions may be made to Cameron County SPCA, 678 South Mountain Rd., Emporium, PA 15834

Online Condolences may be placed at

BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.


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Valley Innovative Services Recalls Meat and Poultry Frozen Entrée Products Due to Possible Listeria Contamination
Valley Innovative Services, a Pearl, Miss. establishment, is recalling approximately 130,071 pounds of meat and poultry frozen entrée products which included a non-meat ingredient (waffles) that was recalled due to Listeria monocytogenes.

Kids Fishing Derby At Lyman Run State Park Saturday, It's Free!!

Kid's Fishing Derby...Lyman Run State Park.
Registration begins at 9:00 am. Fishing starts at 10.
Rain or Shine!
Close to 550 trout stocked!!

Richburg Family Lost Everything In Early Morning Fire; Here's How To Help