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Saturday, July 7, 2018

Ridgway Dispatched To Crash On Ridgway-St. Marys Road

At 10:32 PM on Saturday, Ridgway Fire & Ambulance is responding t a one vehicle crash in the area of 3885 Ridgway-St. Marys Road. One patient is now out of the vehicle.

Osceola Dispatched To Assist Woodhull At Vehicle Crash With Fire

At 9:42 PM on Saturday, Osceola Fire Department has been dispatched to 443 County Road 147 in Woodhull for a motor vehicle crash with fire. Responder on scene reports fully involved vehicle fire.
Cancel helicopter and ALS.  Occupants were able to get out of the vehicle.
9:46 PM---Recall Valley Ambulance by Woodhull Command.

Windstream services have been restored.

Jefferson County Department of Emergency Services
3 mins · 9:22 PM

Windstream services have been restored. If you are still experiencing issues or outages, report them directly to Windstream utilizing a cell phone.

Derrick City Dispatched To Crash on East Main Street

At 6:31 PM on Saturday, Derrick City Fire Dept. & Bradford ambulance have been dispatched to a motor vehicle crash at 1002 East Main at the Crosby Mini Mart.

Rush Racing Update

July 6, 2018
(By Jim Zufall)

(Pulaski, PA)...The Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC RUSH Racing Series powered by Pace Performance speedways finally had some dry weather as all of the speedways in action were able to complete their events. Several drivers were able to garner their first wins of the season.

Darrell Bossard picked up the win on Friday night at Raceway 7 in Conneaut Ohio, out dueling Matt Latta, Breyton Santee, Khole Wanzer and Kyle Zimmerman for his third win of the season. Racing continues this Friday night with military vets with ID admitted free!

At Outlaw Speedway on Friday night, Chad Homan took the wins in both the heat and feature of the RUSH Dirt Late Model event. It was Homan's second straight win and third of the season at the Dundee, NY oval. Brian Knowles and Brad Smith rounded out the top three.

The RUSH Late Models made their fourth appearance of the season on Friday night at Delaware's Georgetown Speedway. After two third place finishes, Matt Hill picked up his second straight victory backing up his win on May 4th. His most recent win came over fellow front row starter Amanda Whaley. David Pettyjohn, Billy Thompson and Zac Weller were third through fifth. The next scheduled RUSH Late Model race on the season at Georgetown will be on October 26th.

The RUSH Sprints were part of the "Sprintacular" show on Friday night at Lernerville Speedway in their fourth appearance of the season. Chad Ruhlman hasn't been able to compete in all of the events this season due to work obligations, but heading into Friday night the Bemus Point, NY driver had won three of the four races he's competed in. Friday though was Ruhlman's first visit to Lernerville and he'd lead all 15 laps for the victory. Arnie Kent was second over Brandon Hawkins, Gale Ruth, Jr., and Zach Morrow.

On Saturday night at Stateline Speedway, Ruhlman made it a clean sweep of the weekend and clean sweep of both RUSH races held at Stateline taking the $600 win. Ruhlman has now won five of the six races he's run in with his only blemish being a second place at Tri-City. Kent was second for the second straight night. Tyler Powell turned in his season's best effort in third. Ruth was fourth for the second straight night with Brandon Hawkins fifth.

The RUSH Pro Mods meanwhile competed in just their second race of the season and it was defending RUSH Weekly Series Champion, Dennis Lunger, Jr., making it two-for-two. First year Pro Mod racer, Adam Ashcroft, was once again second with Scott Gurdak, Chad Carlson, and Justin Carlson rounding out the top five. The RUSH Pro Mods will return to action on Saturday night along with the RUSH Late Models, who have only been able to race once this season.

Daryl Charlier's dominance came to an end on Saturday night at Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway in suburban Pittsburgh as Whitehall, Pa. resident Michael Reft scored his first of the 2018 campaign. Reft held off a 27-car field that included at stacked top five of Justin Lamb, Charlier, Garrett Paugh and rookie Logan Zarin. Racing resumes this Saturday night at PPMS with a jam-packed eight division show which includes the RUSH Late Models and the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds for their fourth visit of the season.

Saturday at Fulton Speedway, Bret Belden picked up his first career win in the RUSH Late Models. The former Stock Car racer came out on top over Justin Parkhurst, Dale Caswell, Kevan Cook and Chris Fleming. A regular card of racing is on tap for the Fulton, New York this Saturday, including an appearance by the Empire Sprint Series.

RUSH Late Model racing action at Genesee Speedway on Saturday saw Jason Genco pull off his second win of the season. After starting on the pole, Genco lost the lead to Bill Holmes who led for 16 of the 25 laps. Genco would get by Holmes on a lap 17 restart and cruise to the win. "The top is always so good here and he left the door open and I had to take it," said Genco in victory lane. "(Holmes) and I talked after and he knew he left it open so I was glad to go get it." Holmes held on for second. Doug Ricotta had his best result of the year, finishing in third, with Jon Rivers and David Pangrazio completing the top five. Racing returns to Genesee Speedway on July 14.

Andy Michael was able to collect his first win of the season on Saturday night at McKean County Family Raceway. Brad Mesler was second. J.D. Chamberlain was a season best third over Paul Grigsby and Kyle Zimmerman.

Saturday night at Delaware International Speedway, Kerry King used the night off for the Super Late Models to jump in a RUSH Late Model and go on to take the win. Charles Shawver and Jimmy Jesmer, Jr., battled side-by-side for the first seven circuits. King would use the rest of the race to move to the lead and hold off all comers including keeping the lead for a late green-white-checkered finish over Matt Hill, Billy Thompson, Amanda Whaley, and Sparky White. The RUSH Late Models return to action at Delaware this Saturday night.

Saturday night at Sharon Speedway, the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds were back in action and three time division winner Garrett Krummert picked up his first Sharon Speedway win adding to his pair at Pittsburgh and one at Tri City Raceway Park. Krummert, a Big Block Modified racer, has been finding success in the RUSH Sportsman Mods in just his first season in the division. On Saturday, he bested a 24-car field that included some of the biggest names in the division. When the checkers flew, he crossed under the flagstand with a nearly two second lead over Alan Dellinger. Justin Shea, Rocky Kugel and Kole Holden were third through fifth.

On the asphalt Saturday night, the three Jennerstown Speedway RUSH divisions were in action. In the Late Models, Gary Wiltrout scored the win over Joe Maruca, Mike Hemminger, Rick Boyer and Jeremiah Kuntz. In the RUSH Asphalt Modifieds, Anthony Aiello picked up another win in his rookie season in the division. Aiello won in convincing fashion over Tom Golik Jason Busch Gary Scott and Dustin Gursky. In the third RUSH Asphalt Division action Josh Coughenour picked up the win, besting Mel Wilt, Rick Meehlieb, Aaron VanFleet and Lauren Butler. Saturday July 7, 2018, Jennerstown Speedway's five division "Motor Mountain Mania" will be joined by the Super Cup Stock Series tour.

On Sunday, it was a Canada Day special at Port Colborne, Ontario's Humberstone Speedway. Charlie Sandercock would pull off the win in the RUSH Late Model event. He would take the win over Chad Homan, Colton Ledingham, Kyle Sopaz and Adam Ferri. A full card of racing this Sunday at Humberstone for the Bob St. Amand Sr. Memorial Night.

Also Sunday, Bradford Speedway in North Central Pennsylvania, saw one of the most hotly contested races of the year in the RUSH Late Model division. Eventual winner Brad Mesler, Damian Bidwell and Jeff Hoffman were all in contention for the lead during the race. The top three ended in that order while Joe Watson and Ward Schell rounded out the top five.

In RUSH Pro Mod action, Jeremy Wonderling took the win over Chad Carlson, Nate Hartzell, Adam Peterson and Justin Carlson. Bradford returns to racing this Sunday with Fan Appreciation Night and a full "Five Star" racing program.

At Eriez Speedway, Max Blair made it a perfect three-for-three in 2018 RUSH Late Model events at the Sunday night track. Fresh off Saturday night's win at Genesee, Jason Genco was a solid second over Scott Gurdak, Kyle Zimmerman, and Breyton Santee in his first Eriez start. Blair will look for his fourth straight win this Sunday night.

This Friday night (July 6), the RUSH Late Models make their second of three appearances to Can-Am Speedway in LaFargeville, NY for a $700 to-win, $100 to-start special. Then on Sunday will be the first ever RUSH Late Model show at Skyline Raceway Park in Cortland, NY, which will pay $1,000 to-win, $100 to-start.

The RUSH Late Models were rained out on June 23 at Winchester, had the night off on June 30, but will return to action this Saturday night.

Expo Speedway hosts the annually Trumbull County Fair races on July 11-12. Wednesday will be the RUSH Late Models in a $1,500 to-win Sweeney Touring Series event along with the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds in a $600 to-win Bicknell Touring Series event. The Mods will be back on Thursday racing for $800 to-win in another Bicknell Tour event.

Monday night, the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds were back in action as a support race for the Lucas Oil Late Model show on a very threatening night at Sharon Speedway. Jeremy Weaver took his number #35W to the win in the 20-lap $600 to-win special event. Weaver held off a strong 24-car field for his first career Sharon win and second overall. Garrett Krummert, Josh Deems, Rocky Kugel and Justin Shea made up the balance of the top five. The RUSH Sportsman Modifieds will take the next two Saturdays off from Sharon as they will compete in the "Modified Madness" show at PPMS.

Greased Pole Winners At the PA Lumber Museum Bark Peeler's Festival Today

Dog Found In Genesee, PA

Dog has been reunited with owner.

Motorcycle Crash In Driftwood

At 2:09 PM on Saturday, Sinnemahoning Fire Department and Emporium Ambulance has been dispatched to Chestnut & Third Street in Driftwood for a motorcycle accident. One person is reported lying in the roadway.

Richard O. “Ratchet” COSTELLO, 61, of Genesee, PA

Richard O. “Ratchet” COSTELLO

Richard O. “Ratchet” COSTELLO, 61, of Genesee, PA, died Friday, July 6, 2018 in Sweden Valley Manor, Coudersport, PA. 

Born September 22, 1956, in Wellsville, NY, he was the son of John H. and June Sugden Costello. 

Richard worked as a handyman and farmer. 

He was a member of the Genesee Township Volunteer Fire Company. 

Surviving are: three brothers, John (Judy) Costello, Jr. and Rodney Costello, both of Genesee, and Dale Costello of Wellsville; two sisters, Donna Costello of Bradford, PA and Doris E. Emerson of Genesee; an aunt, Elsie Coleman of Springfield, PA; good friends, Scott Luce and Bob Ransom; nieces, nephews, and cousins. 

In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by three sibings, Donald J. Costello, Carl W. Costello, and Carol A. Costello; and his step-mother, Barbara Costello. 

A memorial gathering will be announced on a later date by the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA. 

Memorials may be made to the Genesee Volunteer Fire Co., P.O. Box 9, Genesee, PA 16923 or Patterson Cancer Center, c/o UPMC Cole, 1001 East Second St., Coudersport, PA 16915. Online condolences may be expressed at

Coudersport woman charged after verbal altercation becomes physical

PSP Coudersport investigating an allegation of animal cruelty

Passenger riding in the back of a truck is ejected and receives serious injuries

Coudersport PSP release stats for June

This Sunday evening, in John J Collins Park, The Galeton Library presents Stars in the Park. It should be a clear, moonless night!

Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall Coming; Meeting July 10
Representatives of local veterans service organizations have joined forces to bring The Moving Wall, a half-size replica of Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., to Potter County this year. Plans call for the exhibit to be set up at Coudersport Area Recreation Park (CARP) from Thursday evening, Sept. 13, through mid-day Monday, Sept. 17. 
 A project of this undertaking requires a considerable amount of planning and volunteer service. Those who would like to help are encouraged to attend the next meeting of the planning committee, to be held at 6:30 pm Tuesday, July 10, at American Legion Post 192 in Coudersport. Potter County Veterans Affairs Director Bill Simpson and Post 192 Adjutant Ted Parsell are heading the planning committee, with support from other area veterans service posts across Potter County.

The Moving Wall lists the names of the more than 58,000 Americans who were killed in the war. It will be on display 24/7 with guides available to help locate names and other educational exhibits on the grounds. Financial support is coming from the Potter County Commissioners and the Pennsylvania Veterans Trust Fund. 

Additional support will come through the commissioners’ affiliation with the Commemoration of the Vietnam War initiative, a project of the U.S. Congress and the Defense Department.

Article can be found here.

God's Country Ministries holding a Silent Auction Benefit

Norwich Township Dispatched For Crash On Rt. 46 South

At 11:32 AM on Saturday, Norwich Township Fire Dept. & Smethport Ambulance have been dispatched to 11418 Rt. 46 South for a vehicle crash. An 18 year old female swerved to miss a deer and struck a garage at that location.

Bradford Dispatched To Fire Alarm At Zippo Center

At 11:25 AM on Saturday, Bradford Firefighters have been dispatched to 1932 Zippo Drive for a commercial fire alarm at the Zippo-Case Visitors Center.

Richard J. Aikens, 69, of 563 S. Mountain Rd., Emporium, PA

Richard J. Aikens

Richard J. Aikens, 69, of 563 S. Mountain Rd., Emporium, PA died at his residence, Emporium, PA on Friday (July 6, 2018) evening following a lengthy illness.

He was born August 16, 1948 in Indiana, PA a son of the late James Galentine and Margaret Janasko Aikens. On November 19, 1966 in Clymer, PA he married Eileen J. McMasters, who survives.

Mr. Aikens retired from G.E.- Motor Coil where he had worked for many years. He was a very active member of the Emporium Fire Department where he had served for many years including two years as Fire Chief and three years as the Assistant Fire Chief. He received the Outstanding Fire Fighter Award! He participated in fire school training for over 12 years and 9 years in specialized firefighting school where he had received numerous awards. He was involved in underwater rescue, as a scuba diver, and was a “dive master”. He participated in numerous search and rescues. In 1983 he received the US Jaycees National Award. 

He enjoyed country music, scuba diving, going to the ocean and camping with his family in Panama City Beach and Long Beach Island in New Jersey. Most of all he loved his family.

In addition to his wife he is survived by one daughter, Paula (Cpt. Michael) Jetmund, Valparesio, IN; one son, Scott Aikens, Knoxville, TN; three grandchildren: Kyle Branham, Lauren & Megan Barner, five great grandchildren: Zoey, Sophia, Lacey, Lily and Carter; one brother, Edward (Audrey) Aikens, Clymer, PA.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by two brothers, Albert and Alvin Aikens,

A Memorial Service will be held at the Barnett Funeral Home, 207 E. Fourth Street, Emporium, PA on Monday at 4:00 PM with Rev. James Eastman, Pastor, Deeper Waters Ministries, officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to the Service.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Emporium Volunteer Fire Department, 419 N. Broad St., Emporium, PA 15834

Online Condolences may be placed at

BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

Christmas In July is Today on the Courthouse Square in Coudersport

Our two year old, Yorkie ran off tonight around 6:00 p.m. from the village of Costello

Our two year old, Yorkie ran off tonight around 6:00 p.m. from the village of Costello. She was last seen heading south on 872 near the Catholic cemetery entrance around 6:30 p.m. 

She is black with some silver/gray coloring and answers to the name of Zoey. 

 She is a Yorkie/poodle mix. 

 Please contact us if you have seen her or know of her whereabouts. We are anxious to have her back home. Thank you, Denny & Kim Cooney 814-647-8450

UPMC Cole Seeking LPN'S, CMA's & RMA'S

Call James Young In Bradford To Save Money On All Kinds Of Insurance Needs

Part-Time Secretary/Clerk Position Open at Galeton District Justice Office

Positions Available At IU#9

Schedule for 2018 Music on the Lawn at the Ulysses Library

Clara Township Dumpster Day Saturday, July 7th From 8 to 12 At Township Building

Morgan Advanced Materials Is Holding Open Interviews At PA CareerLink in Coudersport on Wednesday, July 11 Starting at 10 AM

Christmas In July Craft Fair Saturday, July 7th at Coudersport Courthouse Square

The Amazing Coudersport Ice Mine Is Open Wednesday Thru Sunday From 10 to 6

Exquisite On-Site Tag Sale By Carter's Auctions Saturday & Sunday, July 7 & 8 In Coudersport, PA

Blake Dentistry Seeking A Part-Time Hygienist For Coudersport Office

Summer Sessions for G2 Gymnastics start July 10th, Sign up NOW!!

Truck-Lite Is Hiring Assemblers In Coudersport; Open Interviews Friday, July 13th

On-Site Estate Auction by Burkhouse on Tuesday, July 10th on Rich Valley Road, Emporium, PA

Bark Peelers' Festival July 7 & 8, 2018 at PA Lumber Museum in Galeton, PA

The 44th Annual Bark Peeler’s Festival, Honoring Pennsylvania’s Lumbering Heritage, will be held on Saturday July 7th and Sunday July 8th, 2018. 

This festival treats thousands of visitors to lively special events, contests, and demonstrations all celebrating “woodhick” skills. Unique food and craft vendors provide guests with ample shopping and culinary opportunities. 

There is live music throughout the weekend, crafts and games at the kid’s corner, an operating steam-powered circular sawmill and birch still, blacksmithing, chainsaw carving, and door prizes. 

Visitors are encouraged to compete in the greased pole, log rolling, cross cut saw, and birling competitions to earn the title “Grand Champion Barkpeeler” and the associated cash prizes. 

Admission costs $10 per-day for adults and $3 per-day for youth ages 3 to 11.

Friday, July 6, 2018

Whitesville Responding To A Fire Alarm At School

At 10:39 PM on Friday, Whitesville Fire Department has been dispatched to the Whitesville Central School for  an automatic fire alarm.

Stat Medevac Flight Nurse Killed In Head On Car Crash
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Re: Medication Drop Boxes quarterly community reportDated: July 6, 2018

Each quarter, the medications that have been discarded into one of the four medication drop boxes located around the county are weighed and discarded.

This quarter, the total weight of the medications discarded was 123.8 lbs.

The box located at the McKean County Sheriff’s Department inside the McKean County Prison collected 53.8 lbs this quarter (a 23 lbs increase from last quarter); the box at Bradford City Police Department collected 50.4 lbs; the box at Bradford Township Police Department collected 6.4 lbs; and the box located at the Kane Borough Police Department collected 13.2 lbs this quarter.

The medication drop boxes are important as they keep the medication out of the hands of anyone other than the person to whom it was prescribed while also keeping them out of our water supply.

Prior to the placement of the drop boxes, different communities would have a special day each year where they would collect medications. The drop boxes allow people to discard their unused medication at any time.

Our local police departments and the District Attorney’s Office continue to focus a lot of attention on illegal narcotics in our county. An increase in drug crimes often equates to an increase in property crimes such as thefts and burglaries so every one of us has a vested interest in these investigations. The boxes will remain at the four locations so everyone is encouraged to use them.

If anyone suspects illegal drug activity, please call the McKean County Drug Task Force at the District Attorney’s Office at (814) 887-3312 or

Angelica Dispatched To A Tractor Fire

At 8:55 PM on Friday, Angelica Fire & Ambulance is responding to a tractor fire on Baylor Road.

Police, EMS Dispatched To Ives Run Swimming Area For Assault Victim

At 7:10 PM on Friday, Police and an ambulance from Middlebury Township have been dispatched to the Ives Run swimming area for a victim of an assault.

Coudersport Dispatched For Vehicle/Pedestrian Accident On Chestnut Street

At 6:52 PM on Friday, Coudersport Fire & EMS have been dispatched to South East Street & Chestnut Street for a pedestrian struck with by a vehicle.


LL’S Magnetic Clay Inc. Expands Allergy Alert On Undeclared Allergens In Prescript-Assist Dietary Supplement To All Lots

LL’s Magnetic Clay, Inc. of Austin, Texas is recalling all lots of Prescript-Assist (still within expiration date), a dietary supplement it marketed until late 2017, because of its potential to contain undeclared allergens, including almonds, crustaceans, milk, casein, eggs, and peanuts. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to these specific types of allergens run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

Prescript-Assist dietary supplement was distributed nationwide, including through online sales on the LL’s Magnetic Clay website and brick and mortar retailers. The Prescript-Assist product is available through distributors other than LL’s Magnetic Clay that purchased the product from the same source.

All lots sold between 1/29/2015 – 12/31/2017 are potentially impacted. The white bottles contain capsules in quantities of either 60 or 90 capsules per bottle. Read more..

UPMC Cole Seeking LPN'S, CMA's & RMA'S

Mansfield, Blossburg Dispatched For Motorcycle Crash With Injuries

At 4:52 PM on Friday, Mansfield Fire & Ambulance have been dispatched to Rt. 660 & Starks Road in Covington Township for a motorcycle accident with 2 patients. One patient is lying in the roadway, unable to move. Air Medical has been requested.
4:56 PM--Blossburg Ambulance dispatched. 
5:01 PM--Now reporting 2 motorcycles, 3 injuries on scene, all ALS.

Whitesville Dispatched For LZ For Air Medical

At 4:25 PM on Friday, Whitesville Fire Dept. has been dispatched to set up a landing zone for air medical for a person fallen from a horse reported to be unresponsive. The location is Riley Road in West Union. The helicopter is requested to land on location.
5:19 PM--Mercyflight 4 enroute to Strong Memorial.

Bark Peelers' Festival July 7 & 8, 2018 at PA Lumber Museum in Galeton, PA

The 44th Annual Bark Peeler’s Festival, Honoring Pennsylvania’s Lumbering Heritage, will be held on Saturday July 7th and Sunday July 8th, 2018. 

This festival treats thousands of visitors to lively special events, contests, and demonstrations all celebrating “woodhick” skills. Unique food and craft vendors provide guests with ample shopping and culinary opportunities. 

There is live music throughout the weekend, crafts and games at the kid’s corner, an operating steam-powered circular sawmill and birch still, blacksmithing, chainsaw carving, and door prizes. 

Visitors are encouraged to compete in the greased pole, log rolling, cross cut saw, and birling competitions to earn the title “Grand Champion Barkpeeler” and the associated cash prizes. 

Admission costs $10 per-day for adults and $3 per-day for youth ages 3 to 11.


July’s Lunch in The Square will be held on Wednesday, July 11th at Veterans’ Square from 11:30 until 1:00 pm. Entertainment will be provided by Coyote Moon Duo”.

Participating restaurants include, Chu Lee Gardens, John Williams European Pastry Shop, A Slice of the 80’s, Chef’s 117, the Sweet Shoppe of Kane, and Dawg Gone It. “People love Lunch in the Square.” said Main Street Manager, Chelsea Schwab. “So much so, that there has been interest in seeing this event happen more frequently than just once a month. 

The great restaurants and entertainment we have lined up for this month’s lunch, as well as the nice weather we are expecting on Wednesday should make for a perfect lunchtime event. Schwab added. “After last month’s lunch was rained out, we are ready for some good weather, good food, and good music!”

The ‘Lunch in the Square’ program is sponsored by The Downtown Bradford Business District Authority.

PennDOT Cameron/Potter County Maintenance work schedule for the week of July 9 – July 13, 2018

Coudersport, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Cameron/Potter County Maintenance announces the following work schedule for the week of July 9 – July 13, weather permitting. Motorists should travel with extra caution in these and all work areas. Motorists should be aware that due to the nature of highway maintenance and emergency work,
crews could be working on any highway at any time of the day or night

Potter County 0260

Sign Repairs:
● State Routes: Various State Routes throughout the County

Bridge Repairs:
● State Route: 1005 (Phoenix Run Road)
Crack Sealing:
● State Route: 2002 (West Branch)

Roadway Stabilization:
● State Route: 4017 (Sunny Side Road)

Roadway Patching:
● State Route: 1013 (Bingham Center Road)

Cameron County 0240

Mill and Fill:
● State Route: 0872 (Potter County line to Stevenson Dam ) Wednesday through Friday – expect delays

The following work is scheduled to be completed by contractor, weather permitting:

● Glenn O Hawbaker: roadway improvement work on State Route 44 from Shinglehouse Borough to Coneville. Alternating traffic patterns with short delays possible.

● Glenn O Hawbaker: bridge repairs on Oswayo Creek bridge near Millport on State Route 44. Temporary traffic signals, alternating traffic patterns and detours will be in place.

● Glenn O Hawbaker: roadway improvement work on State Route 155 in Shippen and Portage Townships, from Emporium to Potter County line. Alternating traffic patterns with short delays possible.

● Rylind Construction Company: bridge replacement on Moore Hill Road (SR 3001). Temporary traffic signals and lane closures will be in place.

● Public-Private Partnership with Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners: bridge replacement on State Route 44 (Pine Hill Road) near village of Carter Camp in Abbott Township. Alternating traffic pattern with temporary traffic signals will be in place.

• Public-Private Partnership with Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners: bridge replacement
on State Route 449 (South Brookland Road) Roadway closed – Detour in place

For more information, visit or call 814-274-9181

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