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Saturday, September 14, 2019

Shinglehouse Ambulance to Pearl Street

At 8:59 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance to Pearl Street.

Open Arms Trunk or Treat Set for Oct. 26, 2019 on Port Allegany Town Square

Sylvania Township Regular Meeting is Monday, September 16th at Township Building

Rabies & Microchip Clinic Set For Sept. 28th In James City

Elk County Humane Society

We will be hosting a rabies and microchip clinic in James City on Saturday, September 28th from 11am-1pm. 

Rabies vaccines are $10 and microchips are $20. 

You must bring prior proof of rabies in order to qualify for a 3 year vaccine. 

Please bring cats in carriers and dogs on leashes. 

Any questions,
please call the shelter at (814) 834-3247.

Allegany Dispatched For Motorcycle Crash On 4 Mile Road

At 5:25 PM on Allegany Fire & Ambulance dispatched to a motorcycle crash near 1654 4 Mile Road in Allegany. Motorcycle is reported in a ditch. Operator is conscious & alert.

Fund established at CRCF to support Little Valley projects, beautification.

OLEAN, N.Y., September 13, 2019 – The village of Little Valley has always remained close to Carol Gloff’s heart despite moving away, and so she recently decided to establish the Little Valley Fund at the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation to help give back to the community that raised her.

“I grew up in Little Valley and cherish the memories of my time there,” said Gloff, who now resides in Massachusetts. “Even after moving away for my career, I felt a calling to do something that would support Little Valley and help strengthen the community in a meaningful way.”

The Little Valley endowment fund will make possible an annual distribution to support projects and activities in the Little Valley community each year. Proposed ideas so far include beautification projects and improvements like benches and trash barrels for downtown, concerts in the village park, development of historical and recreational opportunities or the revitalization of Little Valley Days.

A committee of 10 people has been set up to collect ideas and make decisions about what Little Valley projects/activities to fund each year. The committee includes both people who live and/or work in Little Valley, and donors who grew up in Little Valley but no longer live there.

“My hope for this fund is that it provides that little extra every year to make a desired project or event possible,” Gloff said. “Village and town budgets can be tight at times, so hopefully this fund can be that cushion to make possible some things that make Little Valley an even more special place.”

Current mayor of the Village of Little Valley, Jim Bowen, anticipates the fund being able to do just that.

“Any little bit is so important. It is not easy to run a village just on taxes alone,” Bowen said. “We need to rely on as much outside help as we can”

“Any reason for people to want to come back and raise a family here is a huge thing,” he added.

The fund has already received significant support from residents past and present, to the tune of nearly $7,000 in about two months.

“To be honest, I was not sure at first that we would reach the $5,000 minimum, but people from the village, past and present, have really stepped up to make this possible,” said Gloff. “And I think now that this has the potential to grow into something really special for the place that has given us all such exceptional memories.”

CRCF Executive Director Karen Niemic Buchheit praised the work of Gloff and others who have made the Little Valley Fund possible.

“I think that what Carol Gloff has done with the Little Valley Fund is really unique and meaningful,” said Buchheit. “I think other communities should consider following her lead. For a small town or community to have expected annual income outside of a normal budget and to have that funding grow over time and last in perpetuity, it can really make a difference and make some special projects that create real change a possibility.

Donations can be made to the Little Valley Fund at CRCF, 301 North Union St., Suite 203, Olean, New York (14760) or online at


BRADFORD, Pa. -- Two longtime professors and two alumni from the 1960s will be honored later this month at the annual Alumni Awards Dinner during Alumni and Family Weekend at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

Dr. Mary Mulcahy, director and associate professor of biology, and Dr. Francis Mulcahy, director and associate professor of chemistry, will receive the Pitt-Bradford Alumni Association Teaching Excellence Award.

Also recognized will be alumni Frank and Mary Rizzo, who both attended Pitt-Bradford from 1964-66. They will receive the Denny Lowery Distinguished Volunteer Award.

The Mulcahys and the Rizzos will be recognized at the PBAA Alumni Awards Dinner at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 28 in the Mukaiyama University Room of the Frame-Westerberg Commons. The cost is $25 for adults, $12 for children 6 to 12 and free for children 5 and under. For a reservation, visit or call 814-362-5091.

Dr. Francis Mulcahy was nominated by nearly a dozen former students throughout the last decade, including those who went on to earn a doctoral and pharmacy degree.

“If you struggle with a concept, he works with you to help you learn. If you get a topic easily, he makes you feel like a star. His ability to boost a student’s ego is crucial for success in chemistry and biology,” wrote Dr. Dorothy Belle (Craig) Poli ’93, herself a professor of biology at Roanoke College.

James McAllister II ’00, wrote, “In the classroom, he knows just the right combination of teaching and fun that is required to get the learning across to students.”

Likewise, Dr. Mary Mulcahy was also nominated by a dozen enthusiastic alumni.

“Dr. Mulcahy was by far my favorite professor. She is hardworking, dedicated to her work and students and an incredibly genuine and helpful professor,” wrote Cheyenne Staufenberger ’19.

Classmate Courtney Shade ’19 wrote, “Mary Mulcahy was so supportive and helpful throughout my entire time at Pitt-Bradford, especially with getting into vet school.”

Frank and Mary Rizzo ’64-’66 have been active volunteers and supporters for the past decade. Last year, a major gift from the Rizzos put the university over its fundraising goal for the Dean Evans Legacy Fund, which benefits students at risk of not being able to continue their education due to a balance on their accounts.

The Mulcahys live in Bradford and have two children.

This year, Frank Rizzo has lead the charge to establish the Alumni Emeritus Society for alumni who attended Pitt-Bradford 50 years ago or more. As part of that effort, the Rizzos established a 1960s Emeritus Alumni Scholarship.

The Rizzos were nominated by Karen Costello-Pecht ’11 and Lindsay Hilton Retchless ’98, who have worked closely with the couple in their roles as PBAA president and director of alumni relations, respectively.

Costello-Pecht said, “I have had many opportunities to watch both Frank and Mary engage with our students, and it truly defines what it means to be a Pitt-Bradford alumnus.”

Retchless said, “Simply put, Frank and Mary’s dedication to and love of Pitt-Bradford is a rare and special gift.”

This year’s Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Alumni Awards Dinner has been postponed due to irregularities in the approval process.

“We are deeply sorry that we will not have a Hall of Fame induction this year,” said Dr. Catherine Koverola, Pitt-Bradford’s president. “We were recently made aware that confirmation of eligibility and the necessary approval process was not followed. It is important that we follow these standard procedures before inducting any new Hall of Fame members in order to ensure the integrity of the award.”

Frank And Mary Rizzo

Francis Mulcahy

Mary Mulcahy


Members of the Wellsboro Social Club Board of Trustees recently presented a check for $5,000 to Mark Hamilton and Gary Wilson, co-chairs of Mill Cove's Second Annual Clays for Kids. The social club is the event's major sponsor.
"We donated $5,000 to Clays for Kids to support this great cause because it benefits many community children," said Wellsboro Social Club Board Secretary Jenny Harer. The Wellsboro Social Club at 127 Kelsey Street in Wellsboro is a nonprofit organization that offers activities and manages a restaurant and bar where members from the community and their families can relax and spend time together.

Volunteers, including the Mill Cove Environmental Area and Education Center Board of Directors, are organizing Clays for Kids. It will be held on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Thunder Ridge Sporting Clays at 619 Leon Brown Road in Middlebury Center, PA 16935.

Proceeds from this event will benefit the outdoor Mill Cove Environmental Education Center where children learn about nature up close and personal, and the Tioga County Children's Advocacy Center, an Asa’s Place program, which will serve child abuse victims ages four to 18 at 16 Water Street in Wellsboro. The facility is expected to open late in 2019 or early in 2020.

The entry fee for men and women participating in Clays for Kids is $130 per person and for a team of four is $500. Lunch only is $20 per person.

Included in the entry fee are: four boxes of ammunition, either 12- or 20-gauge per shooter; 100 target rounds per shooter; golf cart use; lunch and an event T-shirt. Registrants must bring their own gun and eye and ear protection.

Registration and check-in for the Oct. 5 shotgun shoot will begin at 8 a.m. with the shoot to start at 9 a.m. The pork barbecue lunch and presentations about the beneficiaries, the Mill Cove Environmental Education Center and Tioga County Children's Advocacy Center, an Asa’s Place program, will be at noon. At 1 p.m., a raffle will be held and awards presented to the top male, female and team shooters.

Friday, Sept. 20 is the registration deadline for shooters to guarantee an event T-shirt and ammunition.

Those who register online between Sept. 21 and Thursday, Oct. 3 or in person at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 5, the day the event is being held, will participate in the shoot but will not receive an event T-shirt and may not receive ammunition.

Register and pay online at on or before Sept. 20. Or to register, mail the following information: Individual shooter’s name, his/her shirt size (S, M, L, XL, 2XL or 3XL), type of ammunition (12- or 20-gauge) and his/her phone number or the name of each member of a four-member team, each team member’s shirt size (S, M, L, XL, 2XL or 3XL) and type of ammunition (12- or 20-gauge) and the name of the team’s contact person and the contact person’s phone number. Make checks payable to Mill Cove, Inc. and mail with the registration information to 54 S Main St., Mansfield, PA 16933 so it arrives before Sept. 20.

For more information about registering to participate in Clays for Kids or to learn about available sponsorship opportunities, call Mark Hamilton at 570-772-1299 or Gary Wilson at 570-337-8699 or email

Photo by John Eaton
Representatives of the Wellsboro Social Club and Mill Cove's Second Annual Clays for Kids are shown with the oversized check that represents the club's $5,000 contribution as the major sponsor of the Oct. 5 event. Pictured are: (standing, from left) Charlie Newlin, Wellsboro Social Club Board President Danny Dinnison, Clays for Kids Co-chairs Mark Hamilton and Gary Wilson, Joe Woodruff and Rob Dibble and (sitting, from left) Robin Adams, founder and executive director of Asa's Place, and Board Secretary Jenny Harer. Newlin, Woodruff and Dibble are social club trustees.


The Tioga County Lyme Disease Support Group meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 19 in the Native Bagel at 1 Central Avenue in Wellsboro.

This meeting is free and open to anyone who lives in Tioga County or a surrounding county who wants to learn more about Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.

To be shown will be a video titled "Lyme and Reason." The video is an interview with Dr. Steven Phillips, a Yale-trained, world-renowned specialist in Lyme. He discusses what Lyme is and is not; the common ties between tick-borne diseases and autoimmune disorders such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's and rheumatoid arthritis; and why he disagrees with the CDC's stance on chronic Lyme disease. A group discussion will follow.

Luke Dunham and Thomas Putnam, both from the Wellsboro area, are regional co-leaders with the PA Lyme Resource Network and of the support group. Both have been diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease.

For information, contact Dunham and Putnam by email at or by calling Putnam at 570-439-2000.


The Tiadaghton Audubon Society is holding a business and planning meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 18 in the Old Music Room at the Wellsboro Area School District Administration Building at 227 Nichols Street in Wellsboro. It is free and open to the public.

The public is encouraged to attend this meeting to help plan activities of interest for the coming year. Also to be discussed will be club business and financials.

For more information, contact the Tiadaghton Audubon Society by visiting or or emailing

Independence Police Investigate Crash on Rt. 248 Friday

Town of Independence Police Department

Independence Police Blotter

Friday September 13, 2019
Police report Paige E. Bierman, age 22, of Wellsville was uninjured following a motor vehicle accident early Friday morning on State Route 248, in the Town of Independence. 

Bierman was issued traffic tickets for speed not reasonable and prudent, moved from lane unsafely, and leaving the scene of a property damage accident. 

Bierman is due in the Town of Independence Court on October 9, 2019 for further court action. Whitesville Fire and Independence Emergency Squad assisted at the scene.

St. Marys Dispatched to Sparking Transformer on Railroad Avenue

At 4:33 PM on Saturday, St. Marys Fire Dept. dispatched to an outside transformer smoking and arcing near the St. Marys Pharmacy.

Mary M. Sheehan, 77, of Carlson Lane near Kane, PA

Mary M. Sheehan

Mary M. Sheehan, 77, of Carlson Lane near Kane, PA, died Friday afternoon, September 13, 2019 at UPMC Hamot in Erie.

Born May 20, 1942 in Kane, she was the daughter of Clifford and Hildur Carlson Mohney. On October 20, 1973 in Kane, she married Jack F. Sheehan, who survives.

Mary had been a press operator at Alpha Sintered Metals in Ridgway for several years. She enjoyed crafting, especially painting, and was an animal-lover.

Surviving, in addition to her husband, are sons Kevin Gilmore of Kane and Russell Gilmore of East Kane, a daughter Regina Sheehan of Kane, and a brother Clifford Mohney of St. Marys. Five grandchildren also survive.

She was preceded in death, besides her parents, by a son Bryan Gilmore and a sister Joyce Feikls.

Friends may call from 1:00 until 2:00 on Tuesday at the Ronald McDonald II Funeral Home, Inc., where a service will be held at 2:00 with the rev. Calvin Cook, pastor of the First United Methodist Church in Kane, officiating. Interment will follow in Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Kane.

Memorial contributions may be made to the McKean Co. SPCA, 80 Glenwood Ave., Bradford, PA 16701.

Friendship Dispatched For Vehicle/Pedestrian Accident on County Road 20

At 4:14 PM on Saturday, Friendship Fire & Ambulance dispatched to a vehicle/pedestrian accident near 6463 County Road 20. A 81 year old is reported on the ground.

Franklinville, Ischua Dispatched For Vehicle Crash On Rt.16 With Entrapment

At 4:02 PM on Saturday, Franklinville, Ischua, Machias & Hinsdale have been dispatched to a vehicle crash near 6388 Route 16 between Franklinville & Ischua. Entrapment is reported.
Mercyflight is requested to the scene. Diverted to Franklinville fire hall. Landed at 4:28 PM.
4:27 PM--3 more helicopters requested to fire hall. 

CLOSED: Route 16 is closed northbound and southbound from East Hill Rd to Five Mile Rd for up to 4 hours in the Town of Franklinville , Cattaraugus Co. 
7:51 PM-- CLEARED: Route 16 is now open

Open Arms Trunk or Treat Set for Oct. 26, 2019 on Port Allegany Town Square


All area women are invited to the Fall Ladies’ Conference, “Beautiful Posture”, on Saturday, September 21st, from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the Emporium Alliance Church on Sizerville Road. As always, the annual event will include worship, speakers, and special music. Refreshments and luncheon will be provided. 

Spokesperson Deb Eckenroth noted, “The half-day structure of these conferences is designed for busy women and/or women who drive a long distance. And the Presence of God is unmistakable throughout the morning. Jesus is incomparably magnetic and compelling, liberating and purifying, strengthening and transformational. Ladies conclude the morning saying it was so worth every effort they made to get there.” 

One of the primary speakers for this fall’s conference will be Jessica Pappas of Amherst, NY., who is described by Eckenroth in this manner: “Jess is an articulate, dynamic speaker who holds hearts and minds in a riveting way when she talks of Jesus and shares from the Word of God.” “We’re also fortunate to have Heather Glogau (Kane) leading worship. Heather is the perfect person for the role because she is herself, first and foremost, a true worshiper.” Special music will be provided by Amy Reed (Ulysses) whose unique gifting in songwriting is well known to previous conference attendees. “Amy has composed a song specifically for this fall’s event and women will be astounded that she is still only locally known for her songwriting.” Other speakers will also be participating.

There is no conference or luncheon cost, but any free-will donation will go directly to the poor in Haiti to meet basic needs for food, clean water, and medical care. Ladies’ conference donations have also paid for children’s school attendance and for small, start-up businesses in Haiti. 

“Part of the beauty of these mornings”, said Eckenroth, “is the diversity of faith backgrounds, worship traditions, age, and experiences of the women who attend – and the fact that God speaks to each of us at the place where we are. The morning isn’t only for women of faith, but definitely for those who might be questioning and searching. All are warmly invited.” For more information, Deb can be contacted at 814-486-3375. No reservations are required.

Today's Events

9-9 thru 14 Austin Dam Chainsaw Carving

9-9 thru 14 Austin Dam Chainsaw Carving

9-14/15 Fall Convention, Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle

9-14/15 Fall Convention, Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle

9-14 Benefit for Lawrenceville Fire Dept

9-14 Benefit for Lawrenceville Fire Dept

9-14 Friends of the Forge, Galeton, PA

9-14 Friends of the Forge, Galeton, PA

9-14 All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner, Sartwell Creek

9-14 All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner, Sartwell Creek

Coudersport Ambulance to Skytop

At 12:08 PM on Saturday, Coudersport ambulance dispatched to Skytop Road for a woman fallen with a possible leg injury.
12:21 PM--Roulette & Austin ambulances dispatched. 
12:23 PM--Caller cancelled, transporting by private vehicle.

PA Permit Violations Issued to Chesapeake Appalachia Llc

PA Permit Violation Issued to Chesapeake Appalachia Llc in Windham Twp, Wyoming County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2019-09-11 to Chesapeake Appalachia Llc in Windham Twp, Wyoming county. 78.86 - CASING AND CEMENTING - DEFECTIVE CASING OR CEMENTING - Operator failed to report defect in a well that has defective, insufficient or improperly cemented casing to the Department within 24 hours of discovery. Operator failed to correct defect or failed to submit a plan to correct the defect for approval by the Department within 30 days.
Incident Date/Time: 2019-09-11 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
PA Permit Violation Issued to Chesapeake Appalachia Llc in Windham Twp, Wyoming County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2019-09-11 to Chesapeake Appalachia Llc in Windham Twp, Wyoming county. 78.86 - CASING AND CEMENTING - DEFECTIVE CASING OR CEMENTING - Operator failed to report defect in a well that has defective, insufficient or improperly cemented casing to the Department within 24 hours of discovery. Operator failed to correct defect or failed to submit a plan to correct the defect for approval by the Department within 30 days.
Incident Date/Time: 2019-09-11 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

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

Port Allegany Shop 'n Save 5 Year Anniversary Sale Today thru Saturday, Sept 14th

Open Interviews For Positions at Sweden Valley Manor

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

2019 Austin Dam Chainsaw Carving and Art Exposition (6-day Event) – Starts September 9 at 10 am Daily at Austin Dam Park Pavilion. Live Carving all week with Art Auction on September 14th at 3 pm (rain or shine). Our artists are very excited to meet you and show their skills.
Support our Chainsaw Carving and Artist Exposition event at the Austin Dam Park and help us to make this carving event an annual event to support the arts. The Austin Dam Park will start filling up with the arrival of the chainsaw wood carvers on Monday the 9th. The carvers will spend the week creating. Don't forget there will be an auction on Saturday the 14th. There is a small chance of rain so far so please bring an umbrella. Auction will be held rain or shine.

A roster of twelve chainsaw carvers features Elaine Foy from Middlesex, NY. Mack's Chainsaw Art from Middlebury Center PA, Clair Talbot from Lockport NY, Karl Becker from Ridgeway PA, and Tanglefoot Carvers from Driftwood PA. Categories showcased at the event include fine art paintings, painted gourds, wood burning, turned wooden bowls, painted saw blades, hand-made jewelry, gunstock carvings and knit alpaca apparel.

We have to regrettably announce that The Moonshine Outlaws cannot make it due to unforeseen circumstances. But...We have found an uniquely special guitar and harmonica-driven blues rock band that you will all love. Starting at 9 pm on Saturday the Mini Mojo Blues Band from Williamsport will take the stage. We are very excited to have them. The opening set on Saturday starting at 7 pm will be the Joe Folk Band a string bluegrass group from Lock Haven. Friday night will open at 7 pm with The Whiskey Gypsy Committee a folk style band from St. Mary's. Then from 7 to 9 pm will be reserved for a special jam session to spotlight our local musicians.

Food vendors include local favorite Mobile Fresca, and the pickle man, Jeff “Weebull” Smeal with more to be announced as the weekend approaches.

Also, we will be charging a small parking fee on Friday and Saturday to help us cover our costs. The parking pass will be good for both days.

Public Estate Auction Part 1 Sunday, Sept. 15th at Burkhouse Auction House in Bradford, PA

All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner at Sartwell Creek Union Church on Saturday, September 14

Friday, September 13, 2019

Roulette Man Charged With Attempting To Lure A Child Into His Vehicle Friday Afternoon

A Roulette man was committed to Potter County Jail in lieu of $200,000. cash bail accused of attempting to lure a child into his vehicle on Maple Street in Roulette on Friday Afternoon. 

Officer Bryan Phelps and other officers immediately issued a BOLO and began a search for a silver Corvette driven by a known individual.

Daniel McElwee was located and taken into custody in a short time. He was taken before a District Magistrate and was taken to the County Jail after being unable to post bail. No other details are available at this time.

Appeals court admonishes judge for ruling on suit filed by two fired Pa. prison guards

Posted Sep 13, 9:17 PM

By John Beauge | Special to PennLive

WILLIAMSPORT – A federal judge has been admonished for making conclusions a jury should address and for glossing over serious disputes regarding the facts of a case.

A three-judge panel of the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals Thursday was critical of U.S. Middle District Judge Matthew W. Brann in an opinion reinstating two companion civil suits he had dismissed.

The panel found there are genuine disputes of material fact regarding whether the firings of Potter County prison guards Ralph Briggs Sr. and Roy Hunt were retaliatory as they claim. Read more....

Birdsall Structure Fire Is Controlled Burn

Allegany County Fire Wire
9 mins ·

Birdsall, Angelica, Canaseraga, Fillmore, Fast Team 1 and MTS dispatched for a structure fire on route 16 just before 15b.
Response Cancelled. Controlled burn.

Charge RN-Night Shift (Full-Time) Wanted for UPMC Cole's Skilled Nursing Unit in Coudersport

Harig Qualifies For State 4-H Horse Show

On September 6th and 7th the North Central Region District VIII 4-H Horse Show was held at Centre Hall, PA. 

Autumn Harig, daughter of Ollie and Renee Hyde of Ulysses, a freshman at Northern Potter High School and member of Horse Feathers 4-H Club qualified for the 2019 Pennsylvania State 4-H Horse Show to be held in Harrisburg October 25th - 27th. 

Autumn qualified riding an AQHA mare, "Huntin For Paradise" in Walk Trot Equitation, Minimum Assistance by placing 2nd and is an alternate in Obstacle Trail, Minimum Assistance with a placing of 4th. Autumn also placed 4th in Miniature Horse In Hand Trail, 14-18 with "Stone Ridge Dust Me With Diamonds" and is an alternate in that class too.

FOUND..A bag containing personal items on Kim Hill Rd

Sweden Township Police Department


A bag containing personal items on Kim Hill Rd , Roulette Twp..
If it's yours, call and describe, claim.

To Fill A Backpack Supporters Family Picnic Saturday, September 14th in Port Allegany


PennDOT Cameron/Potter County Maintenance work schedule for the week of September 16 – September 20, 2019

Coudersport, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Cameron/Potter County Maintenance announces the following work schedule for the week of September 16 – September 20, 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:
● Various State Routes throughout the County

Crack Sealing:
● State Route: 0044 (Coudersport to SR 0049 intersection)
● State Route: 3001 (Cherry Springs to Wharton)

Bridge Repairs:
● State Route: 1017 (Pleasant Valley Road)

Pipe Replacement/Trench Patching:
● State Route: 1010 (Genesee-Mills Road) Monday-Wednesday
● State Route: 3003 (First Fork Road) Thursday & Friday

● State Route: 4003 (Fishing Creek Road) Monday
● State Route: 1010 (Genesee-Mills Road) Tuesday & Wednesday
● State Route: 0049 (Mills area) Thursday
● State Route: 4016 (Kinney Road) Friday

Side Dozing:
● State Route: 0449 (Gold to Genesee)

Cameron County 0240

Pipe Replacement:
● State Route: 4002 (Beechwood Road) Tuesday, September 17th there will be a one day road closure with detour in place.

Bank Restabilization:
● State Route: 0046

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

● Horizon Construction Group Inc: bridge replacement on SR 6 (Lehman Creek Bridge). Temporary traffic signals and alternating traffic patterns in place.

● Twin Tier Constructors: two bridge replacements on SR 449, one in the village of Harmontown in Genesee Township and the other in the village of Brookland in Ulysses Township. Temporary traffic signals and alternating traffic patterns in place.

● Public-Private Partnership with JKLM Energy: roadway improvement on SR 1003 (Loucks Mills Road). Currently flaggers are enforcing an alternate traffic pattern. There will be a road closure and detour in place with a target date of September 16th.

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

West Fourth Street Reconstruction Project in Williamsport Update

​Montoursville, PA – The western section of the West Fourth Street Reconstruction Project in the Newberry section of Williamsport, Lycoming County, soon will be wrapping up for the season.

Next week, the contractor will pave in front of the Williamsport Middle School between Oliver Avenue and Millionaire Lane, weather permitting.

Construction operations will continue through September, but traffic will be controlled using flaggers and daily single lane closures. This work includes final paving, placing top soil, and miscellaneous concrete work in the reconstructed portion of the project, and base repairs between Oliver Avenue and Arch Street.

Work on the entire project is expected to be completed in the Fall of 2020.

Wolyniec Construction, Inc. is the prime contractor on this $5.8 million project.

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Coudersport Ambulance Dispatched To Chestnut St.

At 7:07 PM on Friday the 13 of September Coudersport Ambulance was dispatched to West Chestnut St. at the Dollar General for a medical emergency.

Norman has been missing from State Route 44 N, Greenman Hill, Coudersport

Norman has been missing from State Route 44 N, Greenman Hill, Coudersport since 8/30. 

He was last seen last Saturday, 9/7, at North Baker Hollow, off Baker Creek. 

If you see him please call 814-203-9284. 

Please don’t approach him as he is very skiddish and will run from you. 

He is very loved and missed! Thank you!

Pipeline Safety Investigation Underway Involving Subsidence Incident in Middletown Township, Delaware County

HARRISBURG –September 13, 2019--- In response to reports of a subsidence near several pipelines in southeastern Pennsylvania, a safety investigation has been launched by the Pipeline Safety Division of the Bureau of Investigation & Enforcement - the independent investigation and enforcement bureau of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC).

Reported earlier today near the northwest corner of Valley Road and West Forge Road in Middletown Township, Delaware County, the subsidence occurred along the right-of-way for Sunoco’s “GRE Pipeline” – a 12-inch steel pipeline used to transport highly volatile liquids (HVLs) and petroleum products over the Mariner East system.

The subsidence was located near the site of construction work on Mariner East 2 and in the same general area of several other pipelines. No leaks or injuries were reported. Sunoco personnel have been working to stabilize and monitor the location.

Engineers from the Pipeline Safety Division have been on site gathering information for their investigation and monitoring the integrity of pipelines in the area. Initial site surveys indicate that the GRE line was exposed but have not indicated any pipeline integrity issues. The Pipeline Safety Division will continue to closely monitor the situation.

Reporting Pipeline Safety Incidents

The Pipeline Safety Division encourages residents and businesses located near pipelines to understand how to recognize and report unusual incidents involving those lines – including the sounds, smells and sights of possible leaks.

Pipeline operators are required to regularly provide safety and awareness information to property owners along their routes, along with emergency contact information. If you suspect a leak, call 9-1-1 or local emergency responders and the pipeline operator from a safe location.

About the Bureau of Investigation & Enforcement

As the independent investigation and enforcement bureau of the PUC, I&E enforces state and federal pipeline safety and motor carrier safety laws and regulations and represents the public interest in ratemaking and service matters before the PUC’s Office of Administrative Law Judge. I&E has the authority to bring enforcement action, seek emergency orders from the Commission or take other steps to ensure public safety.

Old Time Threshing Bee and Farm Show Saturday at the Klein Family Century Farm in Mina, PA

It's time for the 8th Annual Old Time Threshing Bee and Farm Show at the Klein Family Century Farm in Mina, Pennsylvania.

This Saturday, September 9, 

10:00 A.M. to 4:00P.M.

Free Admission - 

Free Chili Dinner at 12:30
This year featuring a 1914 and a 1919 Port Huron Steam Engine- one on the belt and one giving rides. Also having the Sawmill and
Shingle mills running, shelling and grinding corn, Buffalo engine with a pump jack, plus other exhibitors, and other engines. 
Quilt cabin will be open.
Please join us for a fun day on the farm reliving history!