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Saturday, September 7, 2019

Coudersport Ambulance to Sweden Valley Manor

At 10:20 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance dispatched to Sweden Valley Manor for AMS.

Alfred Station Dispatched for Outside Fire

At 9:27 PM on Saturday, Alfred, Alfred Station & Andover have been dispatched to 4580 McAndrews Road near the Andover Town line for an outside fire.
9:37 PM--Alfred & Andover RECALLED. Fire is in a very small area.

Earnest H. BRIGGS, Sr., 85, of Lincolnton, NC

Earnest H. BRIGGS, Sr.

Earnest H. BRIGGS, Sr., 85, of Lincolnton, NC, died Friday, September 6, 2019 in the Charles George VA Medical Center, Asheville, NC.

Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA.

Online condolences may be expressed at


Duane Bullers and Sean Holjencin receiving their checks from Karl Becker, Treasurer of the Rolfe Beagle Club.
Sean Holjencin shows off the
largest coyote of the hunt, a male
 weighing in at 33#.
Johnsonburg, Pa. – Treasurer Karl Becker announced the winners today of the Rolfe Beagle Club’s 10-day, statewide predator hunt for coyotes and crows that ran from 8/28 through 9/7 at noon. Prizes were awarded on 9/7 at a noon lunch.

The largest coyote, a male, tipped the scale at 33# and was harvested Saturday morning, 9/7, in the Kersey area by Sean Holjencin.

The largest female coyote, at 32#, was also harvested by Sean Holjencin in the Kersey area on 8/30.

Rich Schlimm harvested the most coyotes with three weighing in at 30# (female), 15# (female), and 21# (female) taken at Highland Corners and Lake City, respectively.

John Guido of Virginia harvested the first coyote on 8/30, a 31# male, in the Brockport area.

Richie Schlimm harvested the most crows over the 10-day hunt.

Mt. Jewett Dispatched To Vehicle Fire On Rt. 219 South

At 7:49 PM on Saturday, Mt. Jewett Fire Department has been dispatched to Rt. 219 South for a pickup truck fire.

Port Allegany Dispatched To Possible Residential Electrical Fire

At 7:44 PM on Saturday, Port Allegany Fire Department has been dispatched to 8361 Rt. 155 South for an electrical fire in a residence. Smoke was coming from an electrical wall outlet.
Austin, Roulette & Coudersport also dispatched. 
8:03 PM--All units recalled except Port Allegany.

Caneadea woman arrested for animal cruelty

On September 6, 2019, SP Amity Troopers arrested Terri A. Mura, 37, of Caneadea, NY for four counts of Failure to Provide Sustenance and four counts of Failure to Provide Proper Food and Drink to Impounded Animals.
Along with Allegany County SPCA Investigators, Troopers investigated a complaint of four malnourished and neglected dogs at a residence on Council House Road in the town of Caneadea. Troopers determined Mura had neglected the dogs.

Mura was arrested and issued appearance tickets for Caneadea Town Court, where she is due to appear later this month.

Amity woman arrested for June theft in Hume

On September 6, 2019, SP Amity Troopers arrested Rosa M. Aglira, 37, of Amity, NY for Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 5th Degree.

Troopers investigating a June 2, 2019, report of property stolen from a residence on County Road 23 in the town of Hume determined Aglira had possessed the property in question in the town of Amity.

Aglira was arrested and released with an appearance ticket for Amity Town Court, where whe is due to appear later this month.

Franklinville Pair Arrested from Fatal 2015 Crash

On September 5th, 2019 New York State Police from SP Machias arrested Brian C. Shobert, age 41, and Michele L. Harter, age 46, both of Franklinville, NY on charges stemming from a fatal motor vehicle accident that occurred in 2015. 

Troopers from SP Olean and SP Machias investigated a one-car motor vehicle accident that occurred October 23, 2015 in the Cattaraugus County Town of Humphrey, where vehicle occupants fled from the scene. 

The victim, Steven J. Kessler, age 39, of Grand Island, NY succumbed to injuries sustained in the accident. 

Investigation revealed that Shobert and Harter were the other occupants of the car at the time of the crash. Cattaraugus County District Attorney Lori P. Rieman presented the case to Grand Jury and received indictments against Shobert for Reckless Endangerment 1st degree, Criminally Negligent Homicide, Vehicular Manslaughter 2nd degree, Driving While Intoxicated and Leaving the Scene of Personal Injury Accident. 

Harter was indicted on one count of Reckless Endangerment 1st degree. 

Both were arraigned in Cattaraugus County Court where Shobert was ordered to be held in Cattaraugus County Jail on $25,000 bail/$50,000 bond and Harter was released under the supervision of Cattaraugus County Probation.

Belmont pair arrested for June burglary in Amity

On September 5, 2019, SP Amity Troopers arrested Bradly A. Rubin, 34, and Jenna R. Holly, 34, both of Belmont, NY for Burglary 2nd Degree.

Troopers investigating a June 24, 2019, report of property stolen from a residence on Cemetery Hill Road in the town of Amity, determined Rubin and Holly had taken the property in question.

Both suspects were arrested and arraigned in Amity Town Court, where they were remanded to the Allegany County Jail. They are both due to reappear in that court at a later date.

Friendship man arrested for Fillmore auto theft

On September 5, 2019, SP Fillmore Troopers arrested Michael C. Dostman, 34, of Friendship, NY for Grand Larceny 4th Degree.

Troopers investigating a September 1 report of a vehicle stolen from a residence on West Main Street in the hamlet of Fillmore, town of Hume, determined Dostman had taken the vehicle in question. Dostman was eventually located with the vehicle in the city of Elmira.

Dostman was arrested and arraigned in Hume Town Court, where he was remanded to the Allegany County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail or $20,000 bond. He is due to reappear in that court later this month.

Belfast man arrested for attack in Caneadea

On September 2, 2019, SP Amity Troopers arrested Nolan J. Cox, 24, of Belfast, NY for Attempted Robbery 1st Degree, Assault 2nd Degree, and Concealing, Altering, or Destroying Physical Evidence.
Troopers responded to a report of a male who had been stabbed at a residence on Crawford Creek Road in the town of Caneadea. Their investigation revealed Cox had displayed what appeared to be a gun and demanded money before stabbing the victim with a knife, disposing of the knife, and fleeing the scene.

Cox was arrested and arraigned in Caneadea Town Court, where he remanded to the Allegany County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail or $100,000 bond. He is due to reappear in the same court later this month.

Town of Allen woman arrested for menacing

On September 1, 2019, SP Amity Troopers arrested Stephanie M. Bick, 34, of Allen, NY for Menacing with a Weapon 2nd Degree, Aggravated Harassment 2nd Degree, and Harassment 2nd Degree.

Troopers responded to a complaint of a female with a firearm threatening another party at a residence on Botsford Hollow Road in the town of Allen. Their investigation revealed Bick had threatened that party with a rifle.

Bick was arrested and arraigned in Allen Town Court, where she was released on her own recognizance. She is due to reappear in that court at a later date.

Fatal motorcycle collision

On August 31, Troopers out of SP Batavia responded to a one motorcycle serious injury collision on Broadway Road (SR 20) in the village of Alexander. Further investigation reveals that a 2005 Harley Davidson was traveling eastbound on Broadway Road and was slowing for the intersection of State Route 98 to make a right turn. 

The operator, Frank L. Eckart, 65 of Saegertown, PA lost control ejecting him and the 61-year-old passenger. 

 Both occupants sustained serious injuries and were transported by Mercy Flight to Erie County Medical Center.

On September 1, 2019 the operator Eckart expired from his injuries.

Arkport woman arrested for menacing in Almond

On September 2, 2019, SP Amity Troopers arrested Michelle D. Meyers, 47, of Arkport, NY for two counts of Menacing with a Weapon 2nd Degree, two counts of Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4th Degree, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, and Harassment 2nd Degree.

Troopers responded to a report of a disturbance at a residence on North Almond Valley Road in the town of Almond. Their investigation revealed Meyers had threatened two other parties with a metal pipe while in the presence of a child.

Meyers was arrested and arraigned in Almond Town Court, where she was released on her own recognizance. She is due to reappear in that court later this month.


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Charles Sacavage dressed as Theodore Roosevelt, an outdoorsman, holds a ceremonial peace pipe.

At 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 11, Charles Sacavage of Pawleys Island in South Carolina will take the stage in the Deane Center’s Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro as Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States, “He was a big game hunter who became known as the conservationist president," said Sacavage who physically resembles Roosevelt.

"On stage, I will bring out the incidents in Roosevelt's life that contributed to his evolution from outdoorsman to conservationist. He never took himself that seriously. People will get to laugh as they learn more about him,” Sacavage said.

During the eight years Roosevelt served as president, from 1901 to 1909, he established 150 national forests, 51 federal bird reserves, four national game preserves and five national parks; created the national Forest Service in 1905 and signed the American Antiquities Act into law in 1906 and through it established 18 national monuments. During his presidency Roosevelt also protected 230 million acres of public lands, including 150 million acres set aside as national forests.

Sacavage has been portraying Roosevelt for about 50 years. First as a Pottsville High School history teacher and then for distance-learning programs for Schuylkill Intermediate Unit 29 when his live, interactive television programs were broadcast to students in schools across America. "If you want to be a great teacher you have to be a great entertainer,” said Sacavage. There will also be time for questions and photos.

This performance concludes the 2018-2019 History Comes Alive series.

Tickets are $15. Children 12 and under accompanied by a paying adult are admitted free. For information, call 570-724-6220 or visit

Coudersport State Police make a DUI Drugs arrest

Cab driver doesn't turn in fares, charges filed

PSP Mansfield investigating Criminal Mischief at the Abundance of Life Church

Mt. Jewett driver sustains minor injuries in crash trying to miss a bear

Brown recliner dumped along the road prompts investigation for scattering rubbish

Ulysses woman charged with Harassment

PSP Coudersport investigating an incident between two juveniles

Vehicle begins to fishtail hitting an oncoming vehicle

PSP Coudersport investigating a Criminal Trespass allegation

Found Iphone turned into PSP Coudersport

PSP Lewis Run make an arrest for causing a disturbance

Port Allegany man arrested after he attacks a car with an ax

PSP Coudersport holding a "Child Safety Seat Check" at the Coudersport Ambulance Station on September 21

PSP Coudersport releases August Stats

PSP Coudersport make a DUI arrest

PSP Coudersport investigating an incident of Trespassing

2019 Austin Dam Chainsaw Carving & Art Expo Sept. 9 thru 14th

We are hosting a chainsaw carving event Sept 13, 2019 and Sept, 14, 2019 at the Austin Dam Park. The park will start filling up on Monday the 9th with chainsaw wood carvers. The carvers will spend the week creating. On Sat. there will be an auction. The auction will start at 3pm. Rain or shine. There will be live music Friday and Saturday night. 


Photo of graduates with their Women’s Intro to Wingshooting orange hunting hats and vests.
Brenda Walker, Leader of the Allegheny and Upland Bird Hunt Chapters of the Women’s Introduction to Wingshooting program, announces this year’s graduates of the program. The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) offers this national course to women in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Women came from all over Pennsylvania to attend this RGS course at the Mt. Jewett Sportsmen’s Club.

This year’s graduates are:

· Sarah Simmons of Beaver Falls

· JoAnn Schiafone of Ridgway

· Dottie Maslonek of Cecil

· Sue McClelland of Smethport

· Becky Farnsworth of Kane

· Christine “Chris”Saxon

· Josie Harbison of Falls Creek

· Liadan Connor Park of Falls Creek

· Amber Cooper of Coudersport

· Julie Speaker of Bradford

· Janine Smith of Kane

· Gay Cooper of Smethport

· Julie Jones of Manheim

· Amy Adams of Newmanstown

· Megan England of Conway

· Elizabeth Knisely of Washington

· Stephanie Dowie-Wykoff of St. Marys

“We are proud of these women for finishing this course,” said Brenda. “We already have over twenty women interested in next year’s course.”

Any conservation organization willing to donate to support this women’s shooting program can contact Brenda Walker, Committee Leader, at 814-778-4248, or email at

The Ruffed Grouse Society was founded in 1961 to promote and increase awareness of young forest management and to maintain suitable habitat that supports healthy populations of ruffed grouse, woodcock, deer and many songbird species that depend on forest diversity to survive and prosper.


Pennsylvanians who harvest deer, elk, mule deer or moose out-of-state likely can’t bring them home without first removing the carcass parts with the highest risk of transmitting chronic wasting disease (CWD).

Pennsylvania long has prohibited the importation of high-risk cervid parts from areas where CWD has been detected. This prohibition reduces the possibility of CWD, which always is fatal to the cervids it infects, spreading to new areas within Pennsylvania.

In 2018, the Game Commission strengthened its ban on importing high-risk cervid parts by prohibiting any deer harvested in New York, Ohio, Maryland or West Virginia from being brought back to Pennsylvania whole.

In previous hunting seasons, the prohibition applied only to deer harvested within counties in those states where CWD has been detected.

There now are 25 states and three Canadian provinces from which high-risk cervid parts cannot be imported into Pennsylvania.

The parts ban affects hunters who harvest deer, elk, moose, mule deer and other cervids in: Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming; as well as the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Quebec.

High-risk parts include: the head (including brain, tonsils, eyes and any lymph nodes); spinal cord/backbone; spleen; skull plate with attached antlers, if visible brain or spinal cord tissue is present; cape, if visible brain or spinal cord tissue is present; upper canine teeth, if root structure or other soft tissue is present; any object or article containing visible brain or spinal cord tissue; unfinished taxidermy mounts; and brain-tanned hides.

Hunters who are successful in those states and provinces from which the importation of high-risk parts into Pennsylvania is banned are allowed to import meat from any deer, elk, moose, mule deer or caribou, so long as the backbone is not present.

Successful hunters also are allowed to bring back cleaned skull plates with attached antlers, if no visible brain or spinal cord tissue is present; tanned hide or raw hide with no visible brain or spinal cord tissue present; capes, if no visible brain or spinal cord tissue is present; upper canine teeth, if no root structure or other soft tissue is present; and finished taxidermy mounts.

Hunters who harvest cervids in a state or province where CWD is known to exist also should follow instructions from that state’s wildlife agency on how and where to submit the appropriate samples to have their animal tested. If, after returning to Pennsylvania, a hunter is notified that his or her harvest tested positive for CWD, the hunter is encouraged to immediately contact the Game Commission region office that serves the county in which they reside for disposal recommendations and assistance.

A list of region offices and contact information can be found at by scrolling to the bottom of any page to select the “Connect with Us” tab.

Pennsylvania first detected chronic wasting disease in 2012 at a captive deer facility in Adams County. The disease has since been detected in free-ranging and captive deer in a few, isolated areas of Pennsylvania.

Presently, there are three active Disease Management Areas (DMAs) within Pennsylvania where special regulations apply to help prevent CWD from spreading to new areas. Deer harvested within DMAs also cannot be transported whole to points outside the DMA.

Much more information on CWD and Pennsylvania’s DMAs is available at

Mary Alice Lundin, age 92, of the Ridgmont Assisted Living Facility in Ridgway, PA

Mary Alice Lundin

Mary Alice Lundin, age 92, of the Ridgmont Assisted Living Facility in Ridgway, PA, died Thursday afternoon, September 5, 2019, at Penn Highlands Elk following a brief illness. 

She was born June 30, 1927, in St. Marys, daughter of the late Anthony and Nerissa (Salter) Lenze. She married Robert E. Lundin on April 29, 1950, he preceded her in death on February 16, 2006. 

She resided in Ridgway most of her life and was a member of St. Leo Catholic Church, Elk County General Hospital Auxiliary/Thrift Shop, Elk County Country Club Auxiliary, Girl Scouts, and the Ridgway High School Sports Boosters Treasurer. 

She was a graduate of St. Marys Central Catholic High School Class of 1945. She was a dedicated and loving wife, mother and grandmother.

She is survived by the following children: Janet (Craig) Lembke of Cassadaga, NY, Susan (Gregory) Vogelman of Geneva, IL, Richard (Sharon) Lundin of Ridgway, and Robert (Monica) Lundin of Conneaut, OH; 11 grandchildren: Angela, Gregory, Melissa, Lauren, Patrick, Megan, Cassie, Nicki, Missy, Ryan, and Jacob; 11 great-grandchildren; 1 brother William Lenze of Johnsonburg, and numerous nieces and nephews. 

Besides her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by 2 sisters: Elizabeth “Betty” Pike and Ruth Moneta, 1 brother Robert Lenze, and many other dear relatives and friends.

A Memorial Mass for Mary Alice Lundin will be celebrated at St. Leo Catholic Church on Friday, September 13, 2019, at 11:00 AM. Officiating will be Fr. Justin P. Pino, Pastor of St. Leo Catholic Church and Deacon Lawrence Caggeso. Burial will be at Parklawn Memorial Gardens. Friends will be received at the St. Leo Catholic Church Gathering Space from 10:00 AM until the time of the Mass at 11:00 AM. 

 Memorials, if desired, can be made to the Ridgway Fire Dept. or to the Ridgway Ambulance Service. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Thompson Funeral Home.

Patrick J. Hogan, 66, of Coudersport, PA

Patrick J. Hogan

Patrick J. Hogan, 66, of Coudersport, PA passed away early Friday, September 6, 2019 at Cole Memorial Hospital. 

Born September 15, 1952 in Niagara Falls, NY, to John Vincent and Patricia (McKinnon) Hogan. On January 8, 1982, he married Barbara A. Scheel. 

He was a sales manager for Adelphia, and worked at Morgan AM&T. Patrick was a member of the St. Eulalia Catholic church in Coudersport, enjoyed music, was an accomplished guitar player, an avid reader and loved history.

He is survived by his wife: Barbara Hogan of Coudersport, 5 children: Bridget Kiely of Hamilton, Ontario, Allison Hogan of Parksley, VA, Patrick Hogan of Pittsburgh, Michael Hogan of Philadelphia, and Mary Hogan of Johnstown; 6 grandchildren; 10 siblings: John V. Hogan (Donna) of Suwanee GA, Kevin Hogan of Lewiston, NY, Danny Hogan (Carrie) of Albany, NY, Maura Woods (David) of Doolin, County Clare, Ireland, Dennis Hogan of Suwanee, GA, Ruth Rickerman (Keith) of Lawrenceville, GA, Alyssa Hogan of Albany, NY, Tim Hogan of Suwanee, GA, Peggy Carmello (Mike) of Albany, NY, and Liz Hogan of Dacula, GA; and 14 nieces and nephews. 

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Friends and family are invited to pay tribute to Patrick’s life at his funeral mass in St. Eulalia Catholic Church, 6 Maple Street, Coudersport, PA 16915, at 11am Monday, September 9, 2019, Fr. James Campbell officiating. 

Those wishing to make a donation in Patrick’s memory are encouraged to remember Mercy Corps., PO Box 2669, Dept W, Portland, OR 97208-2669. 

Patrick’s family has entrusted the Thomas Fickinger Funeral Home, 210 North East Street, Coudersport, PA 16915 with his arrangements. To share a memory or condolence please visit

Falling Leaves Outdoor Car & Truck Show Oct. 5, 2019 in Coudersport, PA

 Falling Leaves Car Shows is feeling excited.
15 hrs ·

YES!!! It did not seem like it would get here but it has! It's time to bring your cars, trucks or whatever classic vehicle you have and come to Coudersport for the 
Falling Leaves Outdoor Car & Truck Show!!!!
Date: October 5, 2019
Time: 9:00am-2:00pm with a parade at 3:00pm
Location: Gunzinburger Parking Lot 1 N Main St, Coudersport, PA 16915
Cost: $5.00 pre-registration or $8.00 at the door

Beautiful Books Recently Donated to the Roulette Library

Thank you, donors! We have many more excellent books in our children’s section. Don’t buy when you can borrow!

We’re open Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday 10:00-1:00

Ridgway Dispatched For Fire Alarm

At 12:25 PM on Saturday, Ridgway Fire Dept. dispatched to 225 South Street for an activated fire alarm. A caller from the location reporting accidental cutting a wire in attic.
12:29 PM--Asst 4 to all units--REMAIN IN QUARTERS. Confirmed false alarm.

National BEST Robotics Competition kicks off at Penn State DuBois

Assistant Professor of Engineering Daudi Waryoba, at center, explains to a student how robots will navigate a portion of the obstacle course for BEST Robotics 2019, during a preview of the course that teams received in the student union.
DuBOIS – A national robotics competition for middle and high school students got under way at Penn State DuBois on Saturday, September 7. An official kickoff event for BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) Robotics took place on campus, with nine schools and nearly 200 students participating. During the event, teams received the parts they'll need to build a robot and got an overview of the competition. They also got a glimpse of the obstacle course they'll run with their robot during the official Game Day, planned for 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 19. The games will take place in the campus gymnasium and are open to the public. A Mall Day is also planned for 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 5, where the public is invited to take in a preview of the robotics competition at the DuBois Mall.

BEST provides all necessary parts and equipment for teams to build a robot that they can use to run a course and perform specified tasks. The robot must be built within a six-week time frame. On the days of the contest, all teams will run the course, competing for the best times and course completion. Through participation in this project-based program, students learn to analyze and solve problems utilizing the Engineering Design Process, which helps them develop technological literacy skills. The goal is to better prepare these students for further education and careers in STEM fields, (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

During the welcome on Saturday, students also had the opportunity to hear from BEST Executive Director Michael Steiner. Steiner oversees the entire nation-wide organization, based out of Pittsburgh, including 47 hubs, more than 900 schools, and nearly 30,000 students participating each year.

“I’m delighted to be here and excited that the university is engaged, that the team is making every effort to help these amazing kids have a chance to get into engineering,” Steiner said. “In 42 days, these kids will be completely different. This can change their lives. They’ll have to pull every single talent out of every individual on their team and bring them together, and that’s the point of the competition.”

Those talents Steiner referred to include those far beyond engineering and construction of the robot. The learning opportunities with BEST don't stop at science and technology. Teams also compete and receive awards for other areas of the project, which include marketing, exhibition, sportsmanship, and team spirit.

During the kickoff day students also took part in workshops where they were introduced to various parts of the competition such as the marketing portion, how to maintain an engineering notebook they’ll keep throughout their robot build, and a session during which some students from each group assembled and soldered a circuit board for use in their team’s robot.

This year’s theme is titled “Off the Grid” and is based on a scenario where a natural disaster has taken out the supply of electricity to an area. In the simulation on Game Day, students must use their robots to repair the electrical grid.

Stephen Feldbauer is a senior adjunct faculty member in the engineering program at Penn State DuBois, as well as the director of Penn State DuBois BEST. He said, “This year, the theme shows the students the importance of technology in recovering from a natural disaster. That happens to be timely, especially with seeing the coverage of Dorian in the news. So, it helps them to see that they are really doing something relevant.”

Schools participating in Penn State DuBois BEST this year are Altoona High School; Bethlehem Center High School; Cranberry Area School District; DuBois Area High School; Mentor Christian School, from Mentor, Ohio; Oil City School District; The Tatnall School, from Wilmington, Delaware; Redbank Valley High School; and Redeemer Lutheran School.

Three top teams from the Penn State DuBois hub will move on to regional championships to be held in Denver, Colorado December 7, and 8.

BEST at Penn State DuBois is made possible by Platinum Sponsor Miller Fabrication Solutions, Silver Sponsors Atlas Pressed Metals and Comtec Manufacturing, Inc, and Bronze Sponsor Eastern Sintered Alloys, Inc.

Shinglehouse Ambulance To Honeoye Road

At 12:19 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance dispatched to Honeoye Road in Sharon Township for a hip injury.

Today's Events; More Events Scheduled on Red Sidebar on Lower Right Side of Blog

9-7 Chicken BBQ Benefit, Cowanesque

9-7 Chicken BBQ Benefit, Cowanesque

9-7 Bruce Lundy Benefit, Ulysses

9-7 Bruce Lundy Benefit, Ulysses

9-7/8 The Kramers in Concert, Gold Church

9-7/8 The Kramers in Concert, Gold Church