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Coudersport Consistory

Giant Sportsman’s Raffle Coudersport Consistory……100 Firearms and $10,000 Cash……100 Guns will be given away in 100 days for $100/per ticket………….Plus Day 101 will be the drawing for $10,000 Cash!……..Tickets Available Now!!....ONLY 1,000 TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE!! Winners determined by the Pennsylvania Pick 3 Evening drawing. Drawing run April 1, 2019 thru July 10, 2019…$10,000 Cash Prize drawing on July 10, 2019….Tickets may be purchased from the Coudersport Consistory Office, by mail or you can pay by credit card. 1-800-980-8490

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Thursday, March 21, 2019

Recalls 3-21-2019

Century Snacks LLC Recalls Snak Club Honey Bliss Nut Mix Due to Undeclared Allergen

Century Snacks, LLC of Commerce, CA is recalling all packages of 3-oz. and 5.75-oz. SNAK CLUB HONEY BLISS NUT MIX due to 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.

Hill’s Pet Nutrition Expands Voluntary Recall of Select Canned Dog Food for Elevated Vitamin D

Hill’s Pet Nutrition today announced it is expanding its recall of select canned dog food products due to elevated levels of vitamin D. This recall expansion was caused by the same vitamin premix received from a U.S. supplier that was the source of the January 31, 2019, recall and is being conducted in cooperation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

While vitamin D is an essential nutrient for dogs, ingestion of elevated levels can lead to potential health issues depending on the level of vitamin D and the length of exposure, and dogs may exhibit symptoms such as vomiting, loss of appetite, increased thirst, increased urination, excessive drooling, and weight loss.

Allegany County Democratic Committee Meets in Belmont

Belmont, NY… The Allegany County Democratic Committee will meet next on Wednesday, March 27th at 7:00 p.m. in the meeting room at the American Legion Post 808, 29 Schuyler St., Belmont, NY. All registered Democrats are invited to attend to learn more about the Democratic Party’s operations in Allegany County. Please contact Secretary Jackie Kelly if you have an item for the agenda.

The Allegany County Democratic Committee is the official governing body for the County Party, working toward broader representation by Democrats at the local, state, and national levels. Learn more at or on Facebook. Email or phone (607) 661-8089.

Bernard Charles Nick, aged 94, New London, CT; Born In Lucinda, PA

Bernard Charles Nick

Bernard Charles Nick, aged 94, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on March 19, 2019 in New London, CT. 

He was born in Lucinda, PA on January 2, 1925 to Robert Ambrose Nick and Mary Margaret (Wolbert) Nick. He married Verna Anne Troupe on November 26, 1949 and they had eight children.

Bernie was the fourth of twelve children and strongly believed in the importance of family. 
WWII Veteran

 He enlisted in the United States Army in 1943 and served his country honorably in the Pacific Theater during World War II. 

After the war, Bernie attended Indiana Technical College, graduating in 1952 with an engineering degree. He worked for many years for General Electric Corporation (GE) as a quality control engineer specializing in aircraft engine parts.

In 1969 the family moved to Willingboro, New Jersey and eventually to Stafford Springs, CT where the Nick’s resided for many years before Bernie and Verna settled in Stonington, CT.

Bernie had many interests and hobbies. He was an avid golfer and enjoyed spending time working outside. He also loved watching golf and UConn basketball. Bernie loved to play cards and was especially adept at euchre, pinochle, and bridge. Bernie mostly enjoyed being with family and celebrating life with the occasional glass of wine. He also possessed a deep and abiding faith in God and was very active in Saint Edwards church in Stafford Springs, serving as an usher, reader, and an officer with the Saint Edward’s Knights of Columbus.

Bernie was a devoted son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He leaves behind his wife of 69 years, Verna, of Stonington, CT; daughter, Susan (Tom) Zimecki of Delanco, NJ; daughter Beth (John) of North Stonington, CT; daughter Frances Graham of Stafford Springs, CT; daughter Jill (Rick) Hower of Delanco, NJ; son Randy Nick of Broad Brook, CT; son Matthew (Lucy) Nick of Stonington, CT; son Brian (Pamela) Nick of Suffield, CT; and son Joel (Cindy) Nick of Middlefield, CT. He is also survived by his beloved grandchildren Danielle (Dwayne) Fennimore; Thaddeus (Julie) Zimecki; Ann Elizabeth (Joe) Tyler; Taylor Craig; Phillip Graham; Luis (Vanessa) Graham; Daniela Alzate–Molina; Eva Nick; Lukas Nick; Alexandra Nick; Elizabeth Nick; and six great-grandchildren.

As one of 12 siblings, Bernie is survived by brothers William (Mary) Nick, Earl (Polly) Nick; John (Pam) Nick; his sister Connie (Don) Switzer; a sister-in-law, Nancy Nick; and many nephews, nieces and cousins.

Bernie died as he lived; loved by his large family and many friends. He will be sorely missed by all but we are reassured knowing he is at peace with God.

Visitation will be held from 6-8 PM on Sunday, March 24, at Hartle-Tarbox Funeral Homes, Inc., 2 Bank St., Smethport. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 AM on Monday, at St. Elizabeth Church, Smethport, with the Rev. Vincent P. Cieslewicz, pastor as Celebrant. Burial will be in St. Elizabeth Cemetery, Smethport.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital ( 

Online condolences may be made at

Arrangements are under the direction of the Hartle-Tarbox Funeral Homes, Inc., Smethport.

Esther R. Johnson, 88, of Big Shanty Road, Bradford, PA

Esther R. Johnson

Esther R. Johnson, 88, of Big Shanty Road, Bradford, PA, passed away, Thursday, March 21, 2019, at her residence surrounded by her family

Funeral arrangements are incomplete and under the direction of Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc.

Online condolences may be expressed at

Joyce I. Courteau, 80, of Route 6, Port Allegany, PA

Joyce I. Courteau

Joyce I. Courteau, 80, of Route 6, Port Allegany, PA, passed away Tuesday (Mar. 19, 2019) in her home, after a lengthy illness. 

Born January 17, 1939, in Colegrove, PA, she was a daughter of Kenneth R. and Elsie D. Chase Schoonover. She married Llewelyn “Pick” McDowell in Port Allegany, on Nov. 22, 1980, who died Jan. 20, 1990. On June 3, 1995, in Eldred, she married Donald L.”Mike” Courteau, who died Oct. 24, 1998. 

Joyce was a lifetime resident of the area and a graduate of Port Allegany High School, class of 1957. 

She attended the Open Arms Community Church, Port Allegany.

She was a former member of the Loyal Order of Moose, Lodge 460, Star Hose Auxiliary, and the Senior Center, all of Port Allegany.

Surviving are two sons, Richard D. (Tina Reisinger) Barber of Keating Summit, Steven W. (Carrie) Barber of Port Allegany; several grandchildren, and several great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. 

She was preceded in death by her parents, husbands, Llewellyn and Donald, two daughters, Dorothy I. Fortner, Debora J. Johnson, a grandson, Jeffrey S. Campbell, a brother, Edward Hosmer, and two sisters, Evelyn Winston and Carol Crosby.

Friends will be received from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday (Mar. 30, 2019) in the Open Arms Church, Port Allegany, where a memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. with Rev. Matt Burt, officiating. Burial will be Grimes Cemetery, Port Allegany.

Memorials can be made to the Star Hose Auxiliary or Open Arms Church.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Switzer Funeral Home, Port Allegany.

Condolences can be made to: 
Steve W. Barber
24445 Route 6
Port Allegany, PA 16743

Teen Dating Awareness Poster Winners

"A Way Out" an organization whose mission is to assist and support all victims, survivors, and families of domestic violence and sexual assault through ethical, culturally competent, and compassionate services while advocating for social change through dedication, community involvement and education announced the winners of their Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month Poster Contest which was open to students in grades 7-12 in Potter County.

Much appreciation to David Hyde, Exectutive Director of "A WAY OUT" who coordinated the Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month Poster Contest.

The winners were all students from Northern Potter High School.

10th - 12th Grade Division:
1st Place Adric Howell
2nd Place Courtney Fox
3rd Place Clarissa Hicks
7th - 9th Grade Division:
1st Place Autumn Harig
2nd Place Jazzmyne Kessinger
3rd Place Alexandra Bryant

IEP Division:
1st Place Aundray Morgan
2nd Place Miranda Snyder
3rd Place Dylan Mannix

PennDOT - District 3 News

Lane Restriction on Canoe Camp Road in Richmond Township, Tioga County Begins Tomorrow

​Montoursville, PA – On Friday March 22, 2019 a PennDOT maintenance crew in Tioga County will close the southbound lane of Route 2027 (Canoe Camp Road) at the intersection of Westgate Road in Richmond Township due to a soil slide.

Motorists traveling in both directions will be required to stop at newly installed stop signs on each side of the slide and utilize the northbound lane until further notice.

Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers Announces over $60,000 In Scholarships Available

Sayre, PA March 21, 2019- There are currently over to 30 scholarship funds administered by CFTT. In 2018, more than $60,000 in scholarships were awarded to 40 students.

Scholarships are available to high school seniors with plans to continue their post-secondary education by attending a four-year college or university, community college, or two-year trade or technical school.

Applicants for all scholarships demonstrate individual excellence in areas such as community service, leadership, sports, music, academics and other unique characteristics.

Each year, educational scholarships impact the community by providing financial support to students to pursue careers.

“College tuition rates are on the rise and the cost to attend college is becoming increasingly difficult to meet. Higher education isn’t just critical for our children, but it’s also the key to North Central PA’s future,” said Michael Bridgham, whose Troy Lions Club is a scholarship donor. “This generation of students deserves the same opportunity so many of us have already had… the chance to learn, to explore, and understand what inspires and stimulates them. In the end, the passions and skills they develop through higher education will only serve all of us for years to come.”

For scholarship information and applications please visit

Paula D. McKey, 83, of Bradford, formerly of Rose Terrace Apartments, Bradford, PA

Paula D. McKey

Paula D. McKey, 83, of Bradford, formerly of Rose Terrace Apartments, passed away, Wednesday, March 20, 2019, at the Bradford Manor.

Born May 22, 1935, in Bradford, she was a daughter of the late Wayne and Alberta (Paul) Johnson.

Paula was a 1953 graduate of Bradford High School.

On June 6, 1986 in Bradford, she married Bernard J. McKey who died in June of 1992.

Paula had been employed as a purchasing agent at the Bradford Hospital and later she sat with the elderly.

She enjoyed playing bingo and scratching lottery tickets.

Paula is survived by one son, Kevin (Mary) Gleason, of Bradford, and one sister, Dyann Byerley, of Bradford, five grandchildren, five great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

At the families request there will be no services observed. Burial will be in Willow Dale Cemetery

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

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to American Heart Association 823 Filmore Ave. Erie, PA 16505.

Online condolences may be expressed at

OMG It’s Santa!!!!

OMG It’s Santa!!!! Santa heard about the Saturday March 30th Pool Fundraiser @ CVFD 6 pm to provide free swim lessons and could not miss the opportunity to help.

Winner of Santa’s donation will receive:

Sitting for your family and/or group of friends at the Curt Weinhold Christmas Studio with Coudy Santa. This will be during normal studio hours (dates TBD, in December 2019) at the Cream and Sugar in Downtown Coudersport. There is no limit to the number of people in your group within reason. You can chose poses for a full package that includes:
1 8x10 (one pose)
2 5x7s (one pose)
4 4x5s (one pose)
Thumb drive of all photos taken.
And, if available this year, 1 photo Christmas Ornament.

The Pool Committee thanks Santa for all he does for the children (and adults) in our community.

Card Shower For Bob Nelson For His 85th Birthday.

Bob Nelson has a birthday coming up on March 28. He will be 85 years old. His children would love to have him receive many birthday cards to make his day even brighter. His address is 6083 S. R. 49, Ulysses, PA 16948.

Thanks to everyone for helping make Dad’s day!

CRCF endowments generate over $10,500 in grants in March

OLEAN, N.Y., March 21, 2019 — A number of local organizations have been awarded grants from four donor-designated funds at the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation, to the tune of over $10,500 total.

The donors who established these five funds – Luella Potter Endowment Fund, Kay and Oliver Williams/Rushford Endowment Fund, Jim and Gail Olson Mercy Flight Fund, The Rev. Leo J. Gallina Endowment Fund for St. Bernard of Clairvaux Church – designated organizations that mattered them to receive annual support from their funds.

The Kay and Oliver Williams/Rushford Endowment Fund makes possible annual grants to eight organizations that support the identity and long history of the Rushford community.

Grants made in March include:
• First Baptist Church of Rushford - $1,116
• United Methodist Church of Rushford - $1,116
• Rushford Library - $1,116
• Podonque Cemetery - $755
• Rushford Boy Scouts - Boy Scouts Pack 708 based in the Cuba-Rushford School District - $755
• Rushford Cemetery - $755
• Rushford Concert Band – $755

The fund also made possible a grant in January of $755 to the Cuba-Rushford Central School Outdoors program in support of the conservation camp program.

The Luella Potter Endowment Fund will provide for a grant of $2,173 to Southern Tier Catholic School. The fund was named in honor of Luella Potter who taught at Southern Tier Catholic School for some 39 years.

Southern Tier Catholic School has received over $40,000 in support from the fund since its inception.

The Jim and Gail Olson Mercy Flight Fund made possible a grant of $989 to support the Olean Mercy Flight station. Mrs. Olson established the fund in 2013 to provide annual support for Mercy Fight in Olean.

The Rev. Leo J. Gallina Endowment Fund for St. Bernard of Clairvaux Church, established by Father Gallina, supports St. Bernard of Clairvaux Church, Bradford, Pa., including support of parishioners in need and its community outreach to help others. This year’s grant totals $1,045.

“Every March I am reminded of the power of an endowment when these funds make annual grant distributions,” said CRCF Executive Director Karen Niemic Buchheit. “These funds provide meaningful and reliable support to organizations loved by the donor.

“Because the financial and administrative work is handled by the Foundation, the donors can make these philanthropic contributions with ease and - in the case of donors like Kay and Oliver Williams - that support can last even after they have passed away.”

Donations can be made to any of these funds at CRCF, 301 North Union St., Suite 203, or online at

Port Allegany Man Jailed On Criminal Mischief & PFA Violation

Oswayo Valley Participates in I.U. 9 Band Fest

Annie Wolfe shared information on the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Police, Canines, Aircraft Searching For Male South of Cuba, NY

About 2:00 PM on Thursday, New York State Police and other police agencies are involved in a search for a white male with a black shirt who apparently ran from police in an area south of Cuba.

A tracking dog is working on scene and air support and additional canine units are on the way.

Bradford Man Flown To Hamot After Head-On Crash With Dump Truck On Rt. 219

Lafayette Twp. Vol. Fire/Rescue Department

7:42 this morning Lafayette Fire/Rescue was dispatched for a motor vehicle crash south of Rt. 59 intersection. Pickup verses dump truck.

Special thanks to Station 10 for closing Rt. 219 at Lantz Conners, Donavon Towing, Big Dog Towing and Haz-Mat, Bradford City MA- 1 and Mercy Flight.

Rt. 219 was closed from 7:52am till 10:41 am.

Coudersport Ambulance to Dividing Ridge Road

At 1:40 PM on Thursday, Coudersport ambulance has been dispatched to Dividing Ridge Road for a woman fallen.

Raymond W. “Tops” Klaiber, Jr., 92, formerly of 122 Locust Road, St. Marys, PA

Raymond W. “Tops” Klaiber, Jr.

Raymond W. “Tops” Klaiber, Jr., 92, formerly of 122 Locust Road, passed away on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Mr. Klaiber was born on May 5, 1926 in St. Marys, a son of the late Raymond E. and Ruth B. Hannibal Klaiber.

He attended St. Mary’s Catholic Schools and graduated in May of 1944.

Army Air Corps Veteran
Ray enlisted in the Army Air Corp on October 24, 1943 in the Aviation Cadet Corp, he trained at Keesler Field, Amarillo, Texas, and B-29 Flight Training at Walker Air Field, Kansas, he served in the 8th Air Corp as well as the 332 Troop Carrier Group from 1944-1947, and Munich Air Base, Germany, as a Flight Engineer. He was Honorably Discharged on August 7, 1946 at Fort Dix N.J.

On November 18, 1950, he married Elsie M. Schneider, who survives of St. Marys. They were married for more than 68 years.

When returning from service Ray worked for (5) years at the National Molded Company after that he worked for the Stackpole Corporation for 38 years, during that time he attended classes from Penn State University, International Correspondence and American Society Technical Engineers, graduating as a Mechanical Engineer. Upon his retirement he was Superintendent of Technical Services.

Ray consulted for Carbone of America for 5 years after leaving Stackpole Corp, during that time he also served on the following Boards:

7 years on the Zoning Hearing Board for the former Benzinger Township and assisted in setting new zoning laws. (6) years on the Library Board. Served as President of the Elk County Association of Elected Officials. (4) years on the State Association Resolution Committee in Harrisburg. Served as Chairman and Vice Chairman Benzinger Township Board of Supervisors over a (10) year period. Finance Chairman for Elk County Elected Officials Committee. Served on State level Board for Township over (4,000-10,000). Board member of St. Mary’s Airport. Served on CERP Committee as Board Member. Ray was the Executive Director for the St. Mary’s Area Economic Development Corp for over 15 years, during his tenure the Board saw project goals surpassing their surprise. Ray’s goal was to somehow help return the City of St. Mary’s and the former Benzinger Township to the Industrial Giant it was before the closing of the Stackpole Carbon Co. Other memberships included The American Legion Post 146, The B-29 Bomber Group, and Society of the Manufactures.

In addition to his wife of more than 68 years; Elsie Schneider Klaiber, he is survived by a daughter; Carol Ann McNamara and her husband Robert G. McNamara Jr, of Susquehanna, Pa. and a grandson; Lieutenant Colonel Stephen T. McNamara, Harrisburg, PA. He is also survived by two brothers, Allen Klaiber and his wife Jean and Thomas Klaiber, both of St. Marys, as well as by several nieces and nephews.

As Queen of the World Church and School Building were in progress Ray spent countless hours volunteering and never missed setting up the Christmas Crib at Christmas time. Throughout his life, Elsie the love of his life assisted him in all his endeavors.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Donald and James Klaiber.

Visitation will be held on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at the Queen of the World Church, 134 Queens Road, St. Marys, PA 15857 from 10:00 AM until the time of the Mass.

A Mass of Christian Burial for Raymond W. Klaiber, Jr. will be celebrated at Queen of the World Church on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 11:00 AM with Rev. Jeffery Noble, Pastor, as celebrant.

Military Honors will be accorded by the St. Marys Servicemens Burial Detail.
Interment will follow in the St. Marys Catholic Cemetery.

Lynch-Green Funeral Home, 151 N. Michael Street, St. Marys, PA 15857 is handling the arrangements and online condolences may be placed at

Big Selection of Used Vehicles at Bokman of Wellsville, NY

April 22, 2019 Last Day To Register To Vote In May 21 Municipal Primary Election

Clinical Medical Assistant Course Offered in Coudersport

The Education Council is offering a Clinical Medical Assistant course that will meet Tuesday and Thursday evenings and every other Saturday from early April until mid-July 2019. This program is designed to prepare students to assist physicians by performing certain clinical functions in a medical office. Key topics include: assisting physicians with patient-related care; preparing patients for examination and treatment; HIPAA patient confidentiality; recording and taking of vital signs; review and administration of medications; laboratory procedures, phlebotomy and the proper techniques required to collect specimens for laboratory analysis; and cardiology and the proper placement of leads for a 12-lead EKG.

This comprehensive course includes 140 classroom hours and 160 clinical externship hours and prepares students to sit for the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) national certification examination. This course is ideal preparation for those hoping to work in a medical office but who do not have a medical background.

Additional courses available locally include: Medical Billing and Coding, Phlebotomy Technician, Health Information Technology (HIT), Dental Assisting, and many more. Please contact us at (814) 274-4877 for more information.

Roulette Fish & Game Club Stocking Streams Saturday; Come & Help or Just Watch

Shinglehouse Ambulance To Health Center

At 10:46 AM on Thursday, Shinglehouse Ambulance has been dispatched to the Health Center for a patient with chest pain & difficulty breathing.

Death Row Inmate’s Appeal Results in Lesser Sentence

Daniel L. Crispell (Pennsylvania
Department of Corrections photo)
by Gant Daily

CLEARFIELD –A death row inmate’s appeal has resulted in a lesser sentence.

Daniel L. Crispell, now 48, was convicted in 1990 of the murder, kidnapping and robbery of Ella M. Brown, 48, who he and Christopher Weatherill abducted from the DuBois Mall in October of 1989.

According to previous reports, Crispell and Weatherill took her to a remote location in Sandy Township where she was stabbed to death. They then fled the area in her vehicle and were later taken into custody in Arizona after Crispell was caught trying to steal a purse from another woman.

Although Crispell was given the death penalty, and scheduled to be executed on Oct. 19, 2011, a stay of execution was issued in September of 2011 pending the conclusion of his appeal, according to court documents.

The appeal eventually went to the Superior Court where it was ruled that his attorney made a mistake by not using any information on Crispell’s troubled childhood or other mental problems during the penalty phase of his trial, which could have swayed the jury to give him life in prison rather than the death penalty.

Crispell was granted a new penalty phase hearing, which was scheduled for Wednesday morning.

After Crispell waived his right to a new hearing, Senior Judge John B. Leete of Potter County sentenced Crispell to life in prison without parole on the murder charge, a concurrent term of 10 to 20 years for robbery, 10 to 20 years consecutive for the kidnapping, five to 10 years consecutive for conspiracy, and 42 months to 90 months consecutive for theft, according to a court employee. Read more.....

Derrick City Dispatched to Possible Carbon Monoxide with Illness

At 8:58 AM on Thursday, Derrick City Fire Dept. & City Ambulance have been dispatched to Clark Drive for a carbon monoxide with illness call. Report positive readings for CO. Shutting off gas, Gas Company notified.

Alfred Dispatched to Crash On Rt. 244 & County Road 10

At 8:49 AM on Thursday, Alfred Fire & Ambulance are responding to a dump truck rollover on County Road 10 & Rt. 244. EMS dispatched to evaluate one person.

Firefighters Battle Working Structure Fire Overnight In Emporium

Cameron County Fire Wire
6 hrs · 2:16 AM

Cameron 14
421 Dexter Street
Emporium Borough
Working Structure Fire
Structure evacuated
Engine w/ manpower from Elk Company 1

2019 Summer Yoga Schedule For Coudersport Wellness Center at UPMC Cole

Register Now For Strong Moms Program in Wellsboro April 28; Space is Limited

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

J-Squared In Roulette Offers Transmission, Drive Line Rebuilds & Other Automotive Repair

Hamilton's Maple Products & Pancake House Open For Breakfast Sat. & Sun.


Tickets Available Now For The Passion Play At Coudersport Consistory on Saturday, April 6, 2019

Spring Ladies Conference being held on Saturday, March 23

Emporium Library Accepting Resumes For Position of Library Director/Librarian

New Inbound Agent Positions At Empereon In Coudersport; Open Interviews Near You

Buckler Transport Seeking An Experienced Diesel Mechanic To Join Our Team

JVB Seeking A Part-time Teller For Lillibridge Office in Port Allegany

Beginning Watercolors with Jessie Vaughn

In this class Jessie will teach you about watercolor paints, surfaces to paint on, brushes and how to preserve paintings. Learn several techniques including: blending, layering, lifting, wet-on-wet, and dry brush. Students should be able to finish at least one small painting.

This class will be taught by local artist Jessie Vaughn and is scheduled for Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. at Jessie Vaughn’s Studio Gallery at Abundant Blessings. The cost is $10 per person. Registration deadline is March 21st, so call (814) 274-4877 or visit to register today.

Substitute Elder Care Workers Wanted in Coudersport

IU9 Positions Available for the 2019-2020 School Year

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Mercer Livestock Auction, Mercer, PA Market Report for Tuesday, March 19th, 2019

Mercer Livestock Auction, Mercer, PA Market Report for Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 Sale Time 12:30 PM

Market Summary Report:

Heavy Commercial Bulls
Heavy Weight: $75.00 - $83.00

Commercial Cows
High Grade: $55.00 - $69.00
Core Sales: $48.50 - $58.00

Fed Colored Cattle Summary
No Fed Cattle to Report

Feeder Cattle Summary
Average Grades (No Fancy)
Core Sales: $100.00 - $129.00

Core Sales: $90.00 - $120.00

Brood Cows
Core Sales: $400.00 - $690.00

Cow/Calf Pairs
Core Sales: to $880.00

Every Tuesday @ 12:30!
Consistently The Highest Market Prices!

NOW! Special Monthly Friday Evening Auctions
1st Friday of Each Month at 6:00 PM!

Super Special Spring Feeder / Breeders & General Auction
5:30 PM, SMALL ARENA: Consigned Tack & Ranch Supplies, All Breed Calves, Goats, Sheep, Easter Lambs, Pigs, Miniature & Exotic Stock, Dairy Heifers, (Also Accepting Tack, Ranch & Farm Items.) Outside: Hay, Equipment, Machinery (Free Internet Auction / For Advanced Consignments)
6:30 PM, MAIN ARENA: Annual Spring Super Feeder Cattle, Brood Cows, Pairs & Breeding Bull Auction. Special Consignments & Herds. Followed By: General Livestock Auction, Fed Colored Cattle, Fed Holsteins, Cow, Bulls, All Packer Cattle!

Tuesday is proven higher market day! Consistently the highest prices in the region! Every auction live internet viewing / bidding! *Receiving hours always for Tuesday Auctions, Monday, 4 to 8 PM & Tuesday, 8:30 AM to Sale Time (all day). *Rail, and private sale cattle on both days (all day) Region's top market for all commercial livestock! Now, cattle commissions as low as $10.00 / Head!!! As always, highest prices, lowest commissions, only at MLA! CONSIGN / TRUCKING 724-962-9145. Info, Market Reports, Take a Tour at! Business 110% as usual, during the private retirement sale offering of Mercer Livestock Auction Business & Facility.

Coudersport Ambulance to East Second Street

At 10:58 PM on Wednesday, Coudersport EMS dispatched to 1400 Block of East Second Street for seizures.

archbishop Walsh Academy St. Patricks Party Saturday, March 23

Coudersport Senior High Reading Competition team took 1st place in competition at Fretz Middle School in Bradford today

Congratulations to the Coudersport Senior High Reading Competition team for taking 1st place in the competition held at Fretz Middle School in Bradford today. This is the second time this year the team has brought home a first place win. Members include Erika Goss, Kim Johnson, David Empson, Heaven Hurd, and Karli Benson. Great job to all of you!"

Black 2008 KTM Motorcycle Stolen From Front Yard on Seymour Hill Road In Sullivan Township

Firearm Stolen From Self-Storage on Route 6 in Kane

Tilt Trailer Stolen In Covington Township

Middlebury Center Woman Unhurt In Crash