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Saturday, March 10, 2018

Friendly Inn Donates $727. To Roulette Fire Department

The Friendly Inn presented the Roulette Fire Department with a check for $727 from the proceeds of our Smokehouse, Firehouse, and Inferno Burgers. The Friendly Inn donates $1 from each of these burgers sold to the Fire Hall. Stop in and try one of these burgers!!

Staff from McKean DES, McKean County Maintenance Department, Courthouse Security, and Smethport Police Department participated in Active Shooter Training

Move Your Clock Ahead an Hour Tonight

Move your clock ahead an hour tonight. You don't want to show up for church in the morning when everyone else is leaving.

3/8/18 Cowanesque Valley vs Canton Warriors Girls JH Basketball

3/8/18 Cowanesque Valley vs Canton Warriors Girls JH Basketball
1st game: CV 30, Canton 14
2nd game: CV 8, Canton 6
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Shinglehouse Ambulance To North Union Street

At 8:29 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance has been dispatched to Honeoye Haven for a person with altered mental status.

Coudersport Ambulance To East Maple Street

At 7:59 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to East Maple Street for an unresponsive female.

Potato City Country Inn To Close Their Doors April 14th

Potato City Country Inn Official
March 8 at 8:05pm ·

To all who knows and loves Potato City, it is with a heavy heart that we say we are closing the doors on April 14th 2018!
It has been a tough decision! We love our customers who are more like family than patrons!
Being a independent business owner is hard work.
With the decline in all seasonal business. It is time!
Potato city is iconic and has history in our community. Our strength will go on and memories cherished!!
Please know the decision was not made lightly and is filled with heartache! Bittersweet.
We hope our loyal customers, our potato city family and friends will visit us before the final dish and drink are served to bid farewell, write a note in our memory book, and take a pic or 3!!!
There will be an auction at Potato City! Date to be announced!
We are looking forward to much earned and deserved time off and will stay in touch!
Thank you all so much!! Been a great ride !!

Ron & Jennifer

Potato City Country Inn Official
Yesterday at 8:54am ·

Hi everyone, the closing date is APRIL 14TH 2018...... not 24th!
Sorry for any confusion!!
Thank you for the many comments 🤗 our hours till then are 3-close Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

UPDATED: Attention Keating township residents.

 Bush Hill road and Ludwig road will be closed to all log truck and heavy load truck traffic until further notice. 

It's open to all residents personal vehicles only..

This road need a rest from heavy truck traffic until further determined by the township supervisors. 

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. 

Keating Township
Keating township
Of potter county PA

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Charles F. Salerno, MD, Pueblo, Colorado, Warren, PA Native

Charles F. Salerno, MD 
Charles F. Salerno, MD passed away Saturday, February 17th, at the age of 81.

Charles was born in Warren, PA in 1936, the youngest of four children. He was high school class president, catcher on the baseball team, and quarterback on the football team. Until the end, he advocated the single wing and drop kick.

He graduated from the University of Buffalo and in 1964, from the Stritch School of Medicine of Loyola University. 

Charles and Theda were married in Detroit in 1964 after a six year courtship that began when Theda was his nephew's first grade teacher in Warren and continued in Chicago as they both sought their graduate degrees. 
US Army Veteran

He served as a doctor in the U.S. Army from 1964 to 1966 with a tour in Korea. He always referred to that time as his honeymoon since Theda accompanied him and taught in the
missionary school near his army base. 

After his tour in the army, he completed his post doctorate specialty in pulmonology at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit where he and a few friends talked of starting a multi-specialty clinic together. They searched the country for a place that was in need of doctors and thus, Charles and Theda moved their young family to Pueblo, Colorado in 1971 where he was a founding physician of the Southern Colorado Clinic. 

He left private practice to slow down a bit but doctoring was his passion and he spent the past several years practicing at Evans Army Community Hospital at Fort Carson.

Charles was an active member of the community. He served as president of the Colorado chapter of the American Lung Association for a term in the '70s, and helped at Champ Camp for children with severe asthma. He was active with the cub scouts and little league baseball associations. 

He was a lifelong Yankees fan and a true fan of all Colorado sports teams from the moment he made Colorado his home.

Besides his wife of 51 years, Charles is survived by his daughter, Michelle, (Joel Ziegler), and
grandsons, Henry and Rowan, of Philadelphia, PA and son, Christopher (Ericka) of Littleton,
CO., his sister Mary Jane of Warren, PA, and brothers Joseph of San Jose, CA and Leroy (Mary Anne) of Sunnyvale, CA. and his nieces and nephews.

Charles loved his family and friends and they loved him. He will be greatly missed.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, March 22nd at 10:00 at St Joseph R.C. Church, 600 Pennsylvania Avenue West, Warren, PA., with Fr. Richard Tomasone, Pastor, officiating.

Entombment will be in the Mausoleum of the Ascension in St Joseph Cemetery, Warren, PA.

The Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc. has been entrusted with funeral arrangements. E-mail condolences can be sent by visiting

Leota Tremblay, of Warren, PA

Leota Tremblay

Leota Tremblay, of Warren, PA., died Saturday morning, March 10, 2018. 

Leota was born in Youngsville, PA., to the late Frank and Flossie Loucks Jones. 

She was a Warren area resident her entire life and was employed for 32 years with the former G.T.E. Sylvania, retiring from there in 1988. 

She was a member of St. Joseph R.C. Church. 

She is survived by one son of Warren, PA., 2 Grandsons, several nieces and nephews. 

 In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, John P. Tremblay on July 31, 1981, whom she married May 5, 1944 at Holy Redeemer R.C. Church, Warren, PA., 1 Daughter, 1 Brother and 3 Sisters.

A Private funeral service will be conducted at the convenience of the family at the Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc. with Deacon Joseph Lucia, officiating. Entombment will be in the Mausoleum of the Resurrection in St. Joseph R.C. Cemetery.

Those wishing to place memorials may do so through Starbrick Volunteer Fire Department, March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation or a charity of one’s choice. E-mail condolences may be sent by visiting

Video Tour of Potter County Artisan Center

The Open House is Friday, March 16, from 5 pm til 8 pm. Steve Quelet will entertain us with music, and a wine tasting from Card Creek Winery is planned... see you there!!

Tiadaghton Chapter #688 Banquet is March 24; make reservations by March 17

Philip Thomas, shown with a king salmon he caught, is the guest speaker at this year's Trout Unlimited Tiadaghton Chapter #688 Annual Banquet.
The Trout Unlimited Tiadaghton Chapter #688’s Annual Banquet will be Saturday, March 24, at the Penn Wells Hotel in Wellsboro. The doors will open at 4:30 p.m. with the buffet dinner to begin at 6 p.m.

The deadline for registration and payment by members and the public is Saturday, March 17. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

This year's keynote speaker is Philip Thomas, habitat project coordinator for Trout Unlimited's Pennsylvania Coldwater Habitat Restoration Program.
From late 2015 through early 2017, Trout Unlimited assessed the Pine Creek Watershed for aquatic organism passages, also called AOPs. Thomas will discuss the findings of this survey, the importance of aquatic or semi-aquatic organisms being able to utilize upstream and downstream habitat through or beneath culverts, bridges, diversions, and dams, and how TU members and the public can take an active role in identifying AOP barriers. He will also highlight several successful projects across the state.

Thomas has held his current position as habitat project coordinator for the past three years. He works out of the Trout Unlimited office in Lock Haven. His job duties include; in-stream habitat and stabilization structures, road-stream crossing assessment and replacements, dirt and gravel road improvements, and riparian buffer plantings.

For the previous nine years, Thomas was employed by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission's Habitat Management Division, where he assisted in the design and construction of fish habitat and stabilization projects.

He graduated in 2004, from Waynesburg College in Waynesburg, Pa., near Pittsburgh with a bachelor's degree in biology.

Raffles and drawings will be held during the banquet, including bucket raffles, trout bingo and a 50/50 drawing.
At the banquet's conclusion, the four “Blast and Cast” raffle winners’ names will be drawn. There are four prizes: first, a Savage Axis rifle (winner's choice of caliber) or $300 in cash; second, an Orvis Clearwater Fly Rod Outfit, including a five-weight, nine-foot, four-piece rod with fly line and backing (no cash); third, a Marlin XT-22 rifle or $150 in cash; and fourth, an Allen Fly Fishing Chest Pack (no cash). Tickets are available at all chapter meetings and events. They are $5 for one ticket and $20 for five. Ticket holders need not be present to win.

All proceeds from the raffles will benefit chapter activities, such as funding conservation and educational projects.

Banquet tickets are $35. Reservations must be made by March 17. For reservations and Blast and Cast tickets call James Horton at 570-827-3113 or email him at Make checks payable to Tiadaghton TU.

Celebrate St. Patty's Day on Saturday, March 17 with music by 3D and dancing, Irish food and green beer at the Penn Wells Hotel, 62 Main Street in Wellsboro.

The band 3D will perform at the Penn Wells Hotel on St. Patty's Day, Saturday, March 17. Members are: (from left) David Milano, Daria Lin-Guelig and David Driskell.
The Penn Wells is offering dinner and drinks at menu prices from 5 to 7:15 p.m. On the menu are Irish dishes, including Shepherd's Pie made with beef; Corned Beef and Cabbage; and Irish Stew with beef served in a bread bowl. There will also be a limited number of regular selections on the menu. Desserts will include: a Guinness Brownie with ice cream and caramel;
Baileys Irish Cream Pot de crème with chocolate sauce and a baked Oreo crisp; and Grasshopper Cheesecake. Reservations are required. For reservations, call 570-724-2111.

At 7:15 p.m., the doors will open for the show featuring 3D. Members of this trio include: David Milano on guitar, Daria Lin-Guelig on hammered dulcimer and concertina, and David Driskell on clarinet, flute and whistle. They all live near Wellsboro, Milano in Charleston Township and Driskell and Lin-Guelig in Delmar Township.

For their performance, 3D will do plenty of traditional Irish whistle and concertina tunes. Also look for rollicking jigs and reels, plus several of 3D’s signature varietal mixes including rags, blues, and for couples romantically inclined, even a waltz or two.

In late 2016, 3D came into being when these three local musicians, wondered what might emerge if they attempted to synthesize their distinctly varied musical backgrounds. Lin-Guelig's hammered dulcimer delivered traditional Old-Time and Celtic music. Multi-instrumentalist Driskell added jazz and ragtime, and Milano’s finger-style guitar fetched in folk, pop, and Americana. Their genre-blending experiment gave each of the three an opportunity to stretch their musical legs, and happily resulted in a unique ensemble with an uncommonly engaging and diverse musical repertoire.

Tickets are $20 per person. For tickets for the show, call 570-787-7800. 

Proceeds from the show will benefit the Endless Mountain Music Festival, a not-for-profit 501c3 registered in Pennsylvania and New York.


Photo by Peter Andrew Lusztyk
Pictured are James Daly and Deborah Hay who perform in the "Grand Hotel."

Those who go on Hamilton-Gibson’s 14th annual Shaw Festival Day Trip on Saturday, May 5 will see the "Grand Hotel," a mesmerizing musical soaring with songs and dance about what happens when our deepest, most desperate passions are unleashed - love, betrayal, jealousy and murder.The performance will be at 2 p.m. on May 5 in the 856-seat Festival Theatre in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Spending a Saturday afternoon in the “loveliest town in Ontario, Canada” can inspire Twin Tiers residents to begin “thinking spring” as they experience this historic village's floral parks and walkways, period homes, and fine shops and restaurants.

"Grand Hotel" is set in 1928. The world is between wars. The stock market is booming. Berlin is the center of high life and optimism rules the day; however, underneath much is happening with the hotel's illustrious clients who are brought together through a series of fateful encounters. There is the fading, still-beautiful Prima Ballerina; the charming young Baron, out of money, riding on his looks; the ambitious Hollywood hopeful; the mortally ill bookkeeper, meeting society before his grave; the honest, hardworking father-to-be; and the doctor, whose cynical tone foreshadows the looming depression.

This seamless musical, written by Luther Davis in collaboration with the composer-lyricist team of Robert Wright and George Forrest, won multiple Tony and Drama Desk Awards.

“By taking advantage of group rates, we are able to keep the cost reasonably low while supporting Hamilton-Gibson’s ongoing educational and cultural outreach mission,” said Coordinator Craig Devenport. “The cost of this year’s trip is a bargain at $135 per person. That is the same price we paid last year and includes hearing devices for those who request them. Meals are not included," said Devenport.

The Shaw Festival Day Trip is open to adults and to children accompanied by adults with valid passports. Space is limited to 40 people. Transportation for Hamilton-Gibson’s Saturday theatrical outing will be provided by Benedict’s Bus Service. The bus will leave the Whitneyville terminal at 6:30 a.m. on May 5 and return by 10 p.m. Other boarding sites are available en route to Canada.

Although immediate full payment is recommended, reservations with a $50 per person deposit will be accepted on a first-come basis. The balance is due by Friday, March 16. If fewer than 20 people sign up, full refunds will be made.

All participants must carry valid passports. It can take four to six weeks to get a passport. To renew or apply for a passport in Bradford, Lycoming, Potter and Tioga counties in Pennsylvania and Chemung and Steuben counties in New York, contact the Clerk of Courts offices in the courthouses in those counties or post offices that offer this service.

For information about the H-G trip or for reservation forms, contact Craig Devenport at 570-971-2455 or To learn more about the Shaw Festival, visit

Elkland woman arrested after punching a man in the eye

Suspect forges 92 yr old man's signature to cash a $200 check made out to herself

Minor injuries for Coudersport driver after accident on Rt. 49

PIAA Boys 1st Round: Coudersport Falcons (9-1) will play the Wilmington Greyhounds (10-3)

The Coudersport Falcons (9-1) will play the Wilmington Greyhounds (10-3) tonight at St. Mary's High School with tipoff scheduled at 7 PM

The game will be broadcast on WFRM 600 AM and


Two Oswayo men charged after disturbance in a public place

PSP finds individual with several pipe bombs

Ulysses man crashes, damages grass and flees the scene, subsequently charged with DUI

Charges filed after Roulette man is harassed via Facebook Messenger

43 yr old man charged with Harassment after incident took place by phone

Physical altercation lands both parties in trouble

Tioga driver escapes injuries after one vehicle accident

Woman Injured In Early Morning Structure Fire In Mansfield Apartment House

PA Drilling Permit Violations Issued

PA Permit Violation Issued to Repsol Oil &Amp; Gas Usa Llc in Apolacon Twp, Susquehanna County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2018-03-08 to Repsol Oil &Amp; Gas Usa Llc in Apolacon Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a86 - CASING AND CEMENTING - DEFECTIVE CASING OR CEMENTING - Operator failed to report defect in a well that has defective, insufficient or improperly cemented casing to the Department within 24 hours of discovery. Operator failed to correct defect ..
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

PA Permit Violation Issued to Cabot Oil &Amp; Gas Corp in Forest Lake Twp, Susquehanna County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2018-03-06 to Cabot Oil &Amp; Gas Corp in Forest Lake Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a86 - CASING AND CEMENTING - DEFECTIVE CASING OR CEMENTING - Operator failed to report defect in a well that has defective, insufficient or improperly cemented casing to the Department within 24 hours of discovery. Operator failed to correct defect ..
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

Coudersport Ambulance To Cherry Springs Road

At 11:13 AM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to Cherry Springs Road for a patient with difficulty breathing.

Brodhun's 5K Color Run on May 19th to Benefit Coudersport Elementary PTSA

Information for the online pre-registration can be found on our Facebook page Brodhun’s Power House or they can stop into the gym and register in person at 125 North Main Street, Coudersport, PA 16915. Pre-registration will guarantee runners a goody bag and t-shirt and remaining will be on a first come, first serve basis!

Tonya L. Galbreath, 36, of Cuba, NY, a former longtime resident of Bolivar

Tonya L. Galbreath
“loving sister and aunt”

Tonya L. Galbreath, 36, of Cuba, NY, a former longtime resident of Bolivar, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, March 7, 2018, in the Olean General Hospital, Olean.

Born on August 3, 1981 in Wellsville, she was a daughter of Arthur D. Jr. and Patricia A. Lamb Galbreath.

Tonya was a graduate of Bolivar-Richburg High School in Bolivar and a graduate of the BOCES program in culinary studies.

Tonya volunteered at the Cuba Cultural Center in Cuba. She loved to have a good time, dance, and spend time with family and friends, especially Kat Stives. She was an avid follower of Facebook and messaging. She liked to shop, read and listen to music, especially Kane Brown. Tonya will be greatly missed.

Surviving are a sister, Constance S. “Connie” Pangburn of Richburg; three nieces, Kristina M. Pangburn, Tosha S. (Robert) Long, and Brittany A. (Robbert Otto) Pangburn; two grandnephews, Anthony and Robert; two grandnieces, Korryn and Gabriella; 2 aunts, Donna (Terry) Smith of Cuba and Tammy Willover of Belmont; two uncles, Steve (Sarah) Fiske of Ceres and Thomas “Skip” (Linda) Lamb, Jr. of Richburg; and her former husband, James Cushman of Cuba.

In addition to her parents, Tonya was predeceased by a brother, Duane Galbreath; two uncles, Gerald Lamb and Donald Lamb; and a brother-in-law, Jefferey A. Pangburn.

In keeping with Tonya’s wishes, there will be no public visitation or funeral services.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Medical Loan Closet, 920 North Fourth Street, Olean, NY 14760.

Tonya’s family has entrusted her care to Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse.

To express condolences or share a fond memory of Tonya, please visit


Teachers: Farmers Insurance Offers A Preferred Discount For Going The Extra Mile

Abbott and West Branch Townships Joint Dumpster Meeting Notice,+Galeton,+PA+16922&entry=gmail&source=g

Sweden Valley Manor Seeking Experienced RN For Day Supervisor Position

Class A CDL Water Haulers Wanted, $20/HR, Benefits After 60 Days

Truck-Lite Accepting Applications For Full-Time Assemblers At Coudersport Facility

Join Us For Breakfast Saturday & Sundays At Hamilton's Pancake House In Ulysses

2018 Winter Madness Sale At Select Shop 'n Save & Save-A-Lot Stores

Full & Part Time Yard Jockey Work Available At Buckler Trucking In Bradford, PA

UPMC Cole Accepting Applications For Graduate Registered Nurses

Cole Memorial Seeking Echo Tech in Cardiopulmonary Department

Cole Memorial Seeking Call-in Speech Language Pathologist

Cole Memorial Seeking Direct Care Workers For Homemaker Program

Winter Madness Sale At Coudersport Shop 'n Save Wednesday Through Saturday

All You Can Eat Pancakes At Brydonson's Maple Farm Saturday & Sunday From 8:00 AM To 2:00 PM

Sons Of Dunn Family Farm Invites You To Visit Our Sugar Shack On Maple Weekend

Bokman Of Wellsville, Inc.