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Saturday, March 30, 2019

Elkland Dispatched For Traffic Control

At 6:22 PM on Saturday, Elkland Fire Dept. dispatched to the area of 107 W. Main Street for a one vehicle crash. Caller reports no injuries, traffic control needed.

Lewis Run Dispatched For Vehicle Into Building Crash

At 5:43 PM on Saturday, Lewis Run Fire Dept. has been dispatched to a vehicle into a building at 3 Lafayette Avenue with possible electrical damage. Building is being evacuated.

Tyoga Running Club to Host Free Thursday Night Runs at Asaph from April 4 into October

Beginning Thursday, April 4, the Tyoga Running Club is continuing to host its free, traditional, one-hour Thursday Night Runs for members and the public but in a different location.

Every Thursday, from April 4 into October, runners will meet in the parking lot at the USGS Northern Appalachian Research Laboratory at 176 Straight Run Road in Asaph, eight miles west of Wellsboro off Route 6.The runs will begin promptly at 6 p.m. and are open to children and adults with pace groups for all ages and ability levels.

For more information, visit www.Facebook.com/tyogarunningclub or email run4trc@gmail.com.

Brass Roots Trio to Perform on Friday, April 5

The Brass Roots Trio including (from left) pianist Rosetta Senkus Bacon, trumpeter and flugelhorn player Travis Heath, and French horn player, Native American flute player and tenor Douglas Lundeen will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 5 in the Deane Center's Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. This is the final concert of the Wellsboro Community Concert Association's 2018-2019 season. 

Blending the classical chamber music genre with contemporary American styles, this trio has created a new sound for the 21st century that transcends traditional boundaries. Their trek through classical, baroque, jazz, ragtime, folk and gospel musical styles has led to a repertoire of hundreds of ingenious original arrangements. 

Admission at the door is $20 for adults and free for accompanying children 12 and under and $5 for students, 13 to 18. 

Tickets are available by calling the Deane Center at 570-724-6220 or visiting www.deanecenter.com or www.wellsborocca.org.

CCAC Announces Free Film Screenings during Earth Month






April 4 & 25 at Alfred University
April 15 & 17 at Alfred State College

Concerned Citizens of Allegany County (CCAC) is proud to co-sponsor several documentary film screenings during the month of April, which is recognized internationally as Earth Month. Earth Day takes place globally on April 22nd. Visit earthday.org to learn more.

First up is the new documentary film Denying Access: NoDAPL to NoNAPLto be shown at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 4, 2019 as part of a weekly Critical Cinema Film Series, a student-led film series curated by senior Emma Hilderbrant. The screening takes place in Holmes Auditorium, in Harder Hall at Alfred University in Alfred, NY. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. A discussion with the filmmaker will follow.

Denying Access: NoDAPL to NoNAPL (2019, 95 min) is a gripping and emotionally charged documentary chronicling the Water Protectors at Standing Rock and from the Seneca Territory working to oppose the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) and Northern Access Pipeline (NAPL).

This Indigenous-led movement has brought together people from around the world in an unprecedented call for the recognition of Indigenous rights and an end to an environmentally destructive fossil fuel industry. Senecas went in large numbers to "stand with Standing Rock” against the Dakota Access pipeline and came home to western New York find a fracked gas pipeline being planned just upstream from their territories.

The Northern Access Pipeline is a proposed 97-mile high-pressure pipeline that would cross 180 streams, 270 wetlands and 7 ponds in Allegany, Cattaraugus and Erie counties, carrying highly-pressurized fracked gas from the drilling fields in Pennsylvania to Buffalo, NY and then into Canada for export to other nations.

Dr. Jason Corwin, Executive Director of the Seneca Media and Communications Center located on the Seneca Nation of Indians in Salamanca, NY is one of the filmmakers of Denying Access: NoDAPL to NoNAPL. Dr. Corwin will take audience questions after the screening. You can learn more about the film, its makers and the issues surrounding water protection, and view the film’s trailer by visiting www.denyingaccess.com

CCACs own documentary, “My Name is Allegany County” will be screened Monday, April 15 and Wednesday, April 17as part of the Soils class (Ag and Vet Tech dept.) taught by Lecturer Jessica Hutchison. These screenings are free and open to the public and begin at 2:00 p.m. in Room 102, Agriculture Building on the Alfred State College campus, 10 Upper College Drive, Alfred, NY. CCAC members who participated in the 'Bump The Dump' movement are expected to attend.

This year marks the 29th anniversary of the successful grassroots battle to 'Bump The Dump' in Allegany County, NY. Faced with the prospect of becoming host to a large scale low-level radioactive waste dump, people mobilized quickly. When 5,000 people attended the first public meeting, NYs Siting Commission got a taste for the fierce, unyielding opposition they were about to endure. In the era before Internet and mobile phones, activists relied on land-lines and CB radios to communicate. Thankfully, video cameras and the regional media captured archival footage of this uplifting struggle, which has been preserved as an important historical record in this documentary film.

A third screening of “My Name is Allegany County”will take place on Thursday, April 25th, also at Holmes Auditorium in Harder Hallat Alfred University in Alfred, NY. Once again, the film is hosted by Critical Cinema.Doors open at 6:30 p.m. CCAC members who participated in the 'Bump The Dump' movement are expected to attend.

Concerned Citizens of Allegany County, Inc., is a 501c3 not-for-profit corporation that continues to fight against pollution, focusing primarily on ending the expansion of infrastructure related to fracking, and halting the disposal of hazardous and radioactive gas field wastes in Allegany and Steuben county landfills. We meet monthly in Angelica and welcome interested parties to join the effort to raise awareness and protect our clean water, soil, and air. Tax-deductible contributions can be mailed to: CCAC PO Box 425, Angelica, NY 14709. Learn more at ccallegany.org or follow us on Facebook. Email contactusccac@gmail.com or call/text 585-466-4474.

Shinglehouse Ambulance To West Honeoye Street

At 5:11 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance has been dispatched to Honeoye Street for a child ill.

Working Structure Fire At Ashford House On Rt. 219 in Cattaraugus County

Many Fire Companies are on scene of a working structure fire at the Ashford House at 9219 Rt. 219 in West Valley, NY, Cattaraugus County, between Ellicottville & Springville.

Bunny Breakfast

The Easter Bunny will be making his way to Cameron County April 20! The Cameron County Fireworks Committee inviting everyone to have breakfast with the bunny at the Emporium Volunteer Fire Department form 9-11:30am. Children can have their picture taken with the bunny and will have the opportunity to make a craft.

The breakfast menu includes pancake, sausage, scrambled eggs and beverages. The price is adults $5.00 and children $3.00.
The craft is included in the price plus all children will receive a treat from the bunny!

The money raised benefits the Cameron County Fireworks. This year the fireworks will blast off Saturday July 6.

Registration Underway for Administrative Professional Day

Cameron County Chamber of Commerce & Artisan Center sponsoringthe annual Administrative Professional Day on Wednesday April 17 from 11am-1pm. This year the event will be held at the newest business in downtown Emporium. Sarah Nolan will open the doors to Sarah Janes Art Studio.Nolan began renovating the former Cappy’s Clothing Store on East Fourth Street last fall.
The price is $30.00 a person. It includes a canvas painting with Sarah Nolan, pasta bar, and desserts provided by Aroma Café.

Jean A. Neely Lance, 99, of Port Allegany, PA

Jean A. Neely Lance

Jean A. Neely Lance, 99, of Port Allegany, PA, passed away Saturday (March 30, 2019) at The Pavilion at BRMC, Bradford.

She was born Aug. 3, 1919 in Kane, a daughter of Ernest A. and Jane Ann Wells Mangold. On Feb. 12, 1965, in Bradford, she married Theodore M. Lance, who died on May 13, 1996.

Mrs. Lance was a graduate of Port Allegany High School and attended St. Bonaventure University in Olean, receiving a Bachelor’s Degree.

Mrs. Lance taught business in Otto Eldred, Limestone, NY and substituted in Port Allegany. She ultimately owned and operated Jean’s Casual Shop on main street in Port Allegany for 15 years, retiring in 1988.

She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Port Allegany, Port Allegany Women’s Club, the Democratic Women of Pennsylvania, the Port Allegany Card Club and the Eastern Star Myrtle Chapter #46 of Port Allegany. Jean contributed her time and talents to these and many other Port Allegany organizations.

She is survived by:

Two sons: Leland M. Lance of Thompson, OH and Grover (Penny) Neely of Port Allegany

One daughter: Marriane Madhavan of Port Allegany

One brother: Donald W. Mangold of Port Allegany

10 Grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents and husbands, she was preceded in death by a brother, Neil F. Mangold, and one sister, Katherine Mangold.

Visitation will be held on Tuesday, April 2, from 10-11 AM in the First Presbyterian Church,  Port Allegany, where funeral services will be held at 11 AM with Rev. Garren Smith, pastor, officiating.

Burial will be in the Grimes Cemetery, Port Allegany.

Memorials, if desired, may be made to the First Presbyterian Church. Online condolences may be made at www.hartle-tarboxfuneralhomes.com.

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

National Library Week Events being held at the Roulette Library


Tyler Dotts, 25, Is Missing; Last Seen In Westfield, PA on March 23rd

TYLER DOTTS HAS BEEN LOCATED

Ridgway Dispatched To Automatic Fire Alarm On Mill

At 3:00 PM on Saturday, Ridgway Fire Dept. has been dispatched to 101 Mill for an automatic fire alarm.
3:07 PM--All units returning & available.

Lafayette Dispatched To Crash on Route 59

At 2:49 PM on Saturday, Lafayette Fire Rescue has been dispatched to a one vehicle crash on Rt. 59 at Boot Camp Road. Caller reports no injuries, vehicle is off the roadway.

Bradford Dispatched To Possible Electrical Fire

At 2:47 PM on Saturday, Bradford City & Township Fire Dept. have been dispatched to a possible electrical fire at 112 Clarence Street.

Emporium PSP: Missing Woman & Child Have Been Located

EMPORIUM STATE POLICE REPORT FOUTZ & BOWES HAVE BEEN LOCATED.


Wellsboro Fire Department Has Busy Week

Dennis W. Copp “celebration of life slated” for Sunday at Coudersport American Legion

Dennis W. Copp
“celebration of life slated”

COUDERSPORT, Pa.---Family and friends are invited to attend a celebration of life for Dennis Copp, at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 31, 2019, at the Coudersport American Legion, with Pastor Preston L. Hutchins, Jr., of the Shinglehouse United Methodist Church, officiating. A gathering for a time of remembrance and fellowship will follow.

In honor of Dennis and his passion for truck driving, he will be honored by his fellow truck drivers in a convoy from Goodwin’s Quarry to the Coudersport American Legion via Route 6 prior to the service. “This will be Dennis’ last run”.

Dennis’ family has entrusted his care and cremation arrangements to Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse.

For further information, please visit www.virgillhowardfuneralhome.com

National Public Health Week, April 1-7, 2019

National Public Health Week, April 1-7, 2019

April 1-7, 2019, is National Public Health Week. Generation Public Health is working toward a goal of making the United States the Healthiest Nation in One Generation, by 2030. The Allegany County Department of Health would like to remind Allegany County residents that “Public Health: Starts Here” in Allegany County. Do you wonder what the health department does for the residents of Allegany County? Here are some ways the health department provides services every day, remember:

From the Allegany County Department of Health (ACDOH), Environmental Health Division

· The last time you heard a story about someone who was bitten by a bat while they were sleeping-Public Health was there to have the bat tested for Rabies and get them the vaccinations they needed, remember to Catch that Bat!

· The last time you ate in a restaurant in Allegany County –that restaurant was inspected and issued a permit to operate by Public Health’s Environmental Health Division.

· The next time you drink water from a public water supply-remember that water is safe to drink and protected thanks to your local water operator and environmental health.

· When your family or friends work in an environment without cigarette smoke –clean indoor air was enforced by Public Health’s Environmental Health Division.

· The next time a public health emergency hits Allegany County and the Allegany County Department of Health is ready to help, Emergency Preparedness is at work.

· The next time your child or grandchild eats a lunch at school or swims in the school pool-know that Public Health is working for you by inspecting the kitchen and pool.

· When your child or grandchild drinks water from a drinking fountain at their school, know environmental health is at work monitoring the lead in school drinking water.

From the ACDOH Public Health Nursing Division/Lead Poisoning Prevention/Family Planning/Immunizations Action Plan

· The last time you had a flu shot or your child had a shot for school at the Health Department-Public Health nursing was at work.

· If you see statistics on teenage pregnancy and Allegany County’s are low, Public Health’s Family Planning Program is at work.

· If you have children and grandchildren who have been tested for lead at age 1 and age 2 at the health department or at a Allegany County physician’s office, Public Health’s Lead Prevention Program is working.

ACDOH’s Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program

· The next time a pregnant mom or mom of a new baby tells you they had a healthy pregnancy, their baby was born healthy and they are successfully breastfeeding; Public Health’s WIC program may be at work.

· When a store owner or farmers market vendor tells you they have revenue from WIC checks used at their store or stand and a family with young children tells you they have nutritious food to eat-Public Health’s WIC program is at work.

ACDOH’s Children with Special Health Care Needs/Preschool Special Education/Physically Handicapped Children’s Program/Child Find/Early Intervention Program

· The last time you heard about a child who had a developmental delay or severe disability and received services -the health department’s Children’s programs were at work.

ACDOH’s Prevention Education division

· The next time someone asks you, “What does the Allegany County Department of Health do for Allegany County?” and you can answer that question-Public Health Prevention Education is working.

For more information about what the Allegany County Department of Health’s services and programs, go to www.alleganyco.com click on government and then Health or call 585-268-9250.

Please release this information, as soon as possible. Thank you for your assistance and cooperation. If you have any questions or need more information, please send the request in writing to me at mooretk@alleganyco.com or by fax at 585-268-9264.

Coudersport Pool Fundraiser tonight!

Sponsored by Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department and Bones n Banter bbq the event will have Coudy-famous pulled pork bbq and sides, Honey Hut doughnuts, Chinese auctions, silent auctions, live auctions, Henry “golden boy 22 raffle, mother and daughter apron raffle, 50/50 squares, carnival games and maybe even a visit from Santa. 

Tickets are $20 and still available to purchase at the door. Please come out to support this event. 

Coudersport Pool Committee thanks all the donors for their support and wonderful donations for this night of fun.

NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK: APRIL 7-13


The volunteers at the Roulette Library invite the community to celebrate National Library Week.  The theme this year is LIBRARIES=STRONG COMMUNITIES.We are very interested in the community’s ideas for groups, clubs, speakers, and book/dvd selections. Please come in and let us know how our library can make our community stronger.
Library hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday from 10:00-1:00.

SUNDAY, APRIL 7:             OPEN HOUSE:   1:00-4:00
REFRESHMENTS * MEET AND GREET 
1:00:  Face Painting
2:00:  Officer Bryan Phelps, with his police dog by his side, will read Cop Buddy, by Jennifer Beagle Hannon.  This book was donated to our library by John and Nancy Gregg in memory of their son, Brian Gregg.  Officer Phelps will also talk about the books that have influenced his life.


TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 6:00:  TREES
Walt and Marie Petrick, local tree farmers, will share their expertise of trees.  Both are members of the North Central Forest Landowners Association (NCFLA).  Marie will read The Tree Farmer, by Chuck Leavell and Nicholas Cravotta, a book recently donated to the library by the McKean-Potter Farm Bureau.

SATURDAY, APRIL 13                
1:00:  PYSANKI EGG PAINTING CLASS
Mary Felker will teach this 3 hour class.  Class size is limited, so call early to reserve your spot.  $10.00 per person.  All supplies will be provided.

Library:  814-544-4033      or     Donna:  814-544-7716

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