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UPMC Cole

Monday, September 21, 2020

Sweden Valley Manor Hiring Full Time And Part Time RN's LPN's, And STNA's Trainees

Roulette Township Supervisors Are Hiring A Part Time Office Assistant

Cameron County CYS Is Hiring A Case Worker

Truck-Lite Hiring Full Time Assemblers

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Search And Rescue Traing Held At Mystic Waters


October shopping is completed for the Coudersport Rotary Jr/Sr High School Food Bank

The October shopping is completed for the Coudersport Rotary Jr/Sr High School Food Bank and ready for delivery tomorrow. These groceries will be delivered to the school at the beginning of each month during the school year. Coudersport Jr/Sr High School Principal, Steve Mongillo, will make sure students, who may otherwise go hungry, get the groceries they need to take home on weekends. Please contact Coudersport Rotary Club, or Sharon Fitzgerald at srfitzg@zitomedia.net, if you would like to make a donation. For donations to the Coudersport Elementary School’s Backpack Blessings, please contact Vera Kio at vera.vanwhy73@gmail.com.

Elkland fire dept.was dispatched to a structure fire on the Baker Rd. in Nelson TWP

 On September 20th at 7:25 pm Elkland fire dept.was dispatched to a structure fire on the 222 Baker Rd. in Nelson TWP. Structure is fully involved and on the ground. Knoxville tankers have also been dispatched. Blossburg Rehab Trailer Was Dispatched to the seen

Port Allegany, Roulette, Coudersport Dispatched for House Fire On Arnold Avenue


At 6:26 PM on Sunday, Port Allegany Fire & EMS have been dispatched to 215 East Arnold Avenue for a residential structure fire. Roulette & Coudersport dispatched to scene. Smoke is reported in the structure. Smethport to stand by in Port Allegany. Ulysses transfer one engine company to Coudersport station. Shinglehouse stand by for Roulette at your station.

Coudersport Dispatched For LZ at Leete Farm

At 4:29 PM on Sunday, Coudersport Fire Dept. dispatched to set up LZ at Leete farm for a second helicopter.

Nelson Ambulance Dispatched For Male Fallen From a Roof

At 3:32 PM on Sunday, Nelson ambulance has been called to the 9000 block of Route 49 for a male fallen from a roof.

Sassy Cat is Missing from Borie Street in Coudersport

This is Sassy, she has only been in her new home a few days but somehow the front door was left open and now she is missing. She is probably terrified because she had never been outside. She lives on Borie Street in Coudersport and has recently been spotted near Mill Street. If you see her please call 585-610-9860 asap. Thank you! She could be anywhere so please keep an eye out for her.

Bradford City Police Find Missing Juvenile As Firefighters Were Beginning Search

Derrick City Volunteer Fire Department
10m ·
9/20/20 - Search Detail.
Today at 1222 hrs, Station 11 along with Station 8 (Rew) were requested by the Foster Township PD to assemble at DCVFD's Station 11-1 for a search detail of a lost Juvenile in the wooded area behind Chelsea Lane and South Kendall Avenue. 

Command was established by Chief 11 (Kelley) on South Kendall Avenue. 25 members along with 5 atv/utv's, The Foster Township PD and the McKean County Dive/Rescue K9 Team reported to the command post. 

Just shortly thereafter the City of Bradford Police located the missing individual and notified MC911. At 1315 hrs Command was terminated and all Station 11 and Station 8 units were back in service.

St. Marys Dispatched For Wildfire On Rosalie Road

At 2:32 PM on Sunday, St. Marys Firefighters have been called to the area of 1554 Rosalie Road for a wildfire near the power line.

Doctors Dispute Republicans' Stance On Covid-19 Restrictions


Volney A. DAVENPORT, 88, of Scio, NY


Volney A. DAVENPORT

Volney A. DAVENPORT, 88, of Scio, NY, left our world on Saturday, September 19, 2020 and joined his beloved wife, Mary, in the world beyond. 

Born August 6, 1932, in Scio, he was the son of Volney and Thelma Maude Stryker Davenport. On May 30, 1957, in Erie, PA, he married the former Mary Elizabeth Rolls, who predeceased him on May 24, 2010. Together they had eight wonderful children. 

Korean War Veteran
Surviving are: eight children, Connie (Jeff) Bruhl of Scio, Volney (Keely) Davenport of Crystal Springs, MS, Ron (Faith) Davenport of Scio, Lori (Jim) Howden of Wellsville, Ty (Kathy) Davenport of Scio, Tina Davenport Layman of Hilton, Sam (Debbie) Davenport of Louisa, VA, and Cindy Davenport of Bradford, PA; 25 grandchildren; 66 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Marion Rounds and Waneta Barr, both of Scio; nieces and nephews. 

 In addition to his parents and wife, he was predeceased by a grandson, John “Jon Jon” Sykes; three great-grandchildren, Jayden Holloman, Auden Sykes, and Logan Faulkner; three brothers, William P. Davenport, Henry Gorton Davenport, and Frank K. Davenport; and two sisters, Thelma G. Sadler and Kathryn M. Davenport. 

Volney and Mary built their dream home in a beautiful rural setting just outside of Scio and moved there in 1991. There they enjoyed numerous family gatherings through the years—the theme seemed to be “the more the merrier.” They welcomed and enjoyed time with all who stopped by for a visit. 

 A Korean War Veteran, Volney served honorably with the U.S. Army from 1953 — 1954. He returned home to run the family farm. He was an avid “outdoorsman” in every sense of the word and particularly enjoyed hunting and fishing. He loved his family, he was high spirited and, like his brothers, had a great “wise cracking” sense of humor. 

 In accordance with his wishes, a private service will be held at Mulholland-Crowell Funeral Home, Wellsville, NY, with burial at the family home. Volney’s beloved wife Mary will be by his side once again. “So grieve for me for a while if grieve you must, then let your grief be comforted with trust. It’s only for a while that we must part, so bless the memories within your heart.” 

 Donations, if desired, may be made to Wounded Warrior Project at www.woundedwarriorproject.org at or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at www.stjude.org. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wellsvillefuneralhome.com.

Port Allegany's "Little Red Diner" In Youtube Feature

Galeton Dispatched To House Fire on School Street

Photo by Courtney Jean
At 1:20 PM on Sunday, Galeton Fire Dept. has been dispatched to a house fire with smoke showing across the street from 72 West School Street.
1:24 PM--Clymer, Coudersport & Germania dispatched mutual aid to assist. 
1:32 PM--Structure reported fully involved. 
1:47 PM--Roulette to Coudy for Standby. 
3:22 PM--Westfield dispatched to Galeton standby assignment. Osceola stand by at Clymer station.
3:40 PM--Fire is OUT. Mopping up. Fire Marshal requested. 

Everyone is safe. Lost a few animals😔 My daughter take Marge & her daughter to hospital to be checked out for smoke inhalation

Allegany Dispatched For Vehicle Accident

At 12:32 PM on Sunday, Allegany Fire Dept. has been dispatched to 3949 Five Mile3 for a vehicle crash. Vehicle reported upside down.

Rew, Derrick City Dispatched For Search

At 12:23 PM on Sunday, Rew & Derrick City Fire Depts. have been dispatched to Station 11 to assist Foster Township police with a search detail.

Margaret E. "Peggy" King, 93, formerly of 1124 East Main St., Bradford, PA

Margaret E. "Peggy" King

Margaret E. "Peggy" King, 93, formerly of 1124 East Main St., Bradford, passed away Sunday, September 20, 2020 at Bradford Ecumenical Home.

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

Online condolences may be expressed at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

New York State Police Blotter

19 September 2020

Wellsville man arrested for Scio burglary

On September 18, 2020, SP Amity Troopers arrested Joshua W. Smith, 21, of Wellsville, NY for Burglary 2nd Degree.
19 September 2020

Machias man arrested for Lyndon assault

On September 18, 2020, SP Machias Troopers arrested Dustin J. Gebauer, 31, of Lyndon, NY for Assault 1st Degree and Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4th Degree.
19 September 2020

Great Valley man arrested for DWI, DWAI-Drugs, drug possession after accident

On September 5, 2020, SP Machias Troopers arrested Jackson R. John, 27, of Great Valley, NY for Driving While Intoxicated, Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs, and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th Degree.
19 September 2020

Scio man arrested for child endangerment, harassment

On September 17, 2020, SP Amity Troopers arrested Frank D. Clark II, 37, of Scio, NY for Endangering the Welfare of a Child and Harassment 2nd Degree.
19 September 2020

Buffalo man arrested for DWI in Clarence

On September 19, 2020, SP Clarence Troopers arrested Rick A. Williams, Jr., 32, of Buffalo, for Driving While Intoxicated.
18 September 2020

Kill Buck woman arrested for Leandra’s Law felony DWAI-Drugs

On September 12, 2020, SP Olean Troopers arrested Evelyn A. Bennink, 41, of Kill Buck, NY for Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated (With a Child Passenger Less Than 16) and Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs.
18 September 2020

Wellsville pair arrested for drug possession in Allegany

On September 12, 2020, SP Olean Troopers arrested Richard A. Darringer, 30, and Mariah J. Vaughn, 29, both of Wellsville, NY each for two counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th Degree. Darringer was additionally charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd Degree.
18 September 2020

Ohio man arrested for drug possession after Allegany traffic stop

On September 12, 2020, SP Olean Troopers arrested Jaret K. Williamson, 22, of Ohio for two counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th Degree.
18 September 2020

Allegany man arrested for drug possession after traffic stop

On September 11, 2020, SP Olean Troopers arrested Justin J. Ford, 37, of Allegany, NY for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th Degree.
18 September 2020

DWI arrest in Randolph

On September 18th, 2020, Troopers out of SP Jamestown arrested Elena Ramirez, 47, of Van Wert, Ohio, for Driving While Intoxicated.

AUTHORS, ILLUSTRATOR OF "A DOG'S QUARANTINE STORY" TO BE AT GALETON FALL FESTIVAL ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 26

Photo by John Eaton
Suzan Richar holds a copy of "When My Family Stayed Home: A Dog’s Quarantine Story," co-authored by Logan Gorg and Katie Peachey. On the cover is one of the 27 illustrations Richar did for the book.




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Logan Gorg (left) and Katie Peachey are shown with Ginger, the inspiration for Toby the dog, the main character in their recently self-published book.
Among the booths at the Galeton Area Chamber of Commerce Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 26 will be one with co-authors Logan Gorg of Galeton and Katherine “Katie” Peachey of Bloomsburg and illustrator Suzan Richar of Wellsboro.

They will be outdoors at the John J. Collins Memorial Park in Galeton signing copies of their book “When My Family Stayed Home: A Dog’s Quarantine Story” released on Aug. 23 of this year. Copies will be available for purchase.

Their 28-page picture book featuring 27 illustrations and several photographs is about a dog that is experiencing the joy of having his family at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The festival will be the first time the two authors will be together in-person since celebrating Gorg's birthday in July.

The two became friends while students at Bloomsburg University. Gorg graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and has been working as a paralegal at Ross Law in Coudersport ever since.

Peachey graduated in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in Education and English and went on to earn a master’s degree in Literacy in 2020 at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre. She teaches high school and middle school English for the Southern Columbia Area School District in Catawissa.

“I went to work on a Thursday in March but wasn’t allowed to return on Friday, because of Governor Wolf’s statewide shutdown of all nonessential businesses to contain the spread of COVID-19,” said Gorg.

“Katie and I were both home due to the quarantine. Within about a week, we had decided to write a book together that would give comfort during an uncomfortable time. That organically led to dogs and what they always do – provide comfort – something we felt everyone needed, especially in the face of the pandemic.”

Their main character, a dog they named Toby, tells the story. “He is loosely based on Ginger, a friend’s Llewellin Setter. The two of us used a photo of Ginger for inspiration," Gorg said.

On the back cover are these words: "This story is an uplifting perspective of isolation offered through the lens of a family's dog who is thrilled, confused, and filled with love when he realizes his family is staying home with him. It explores the new normal that so many families have experienced during the global pandemic. It offers humor, human connection, and hope for readers, young and old. This piece captures a time that is unique in circumstances but universal in nature. From making dance videos to building toilet paper forts, our dog's family is experiencing something that we all have, binding us with this shared -- and somehow positive, if you ask the dog -- moment in history.

Under the photo of Ginger on the first page the authors wrote: "This book is dedicated to all the pets in our lives, who daily make our lives fuller, muddier and more joyful. This book is also for the families out there who have found beauty in the chaos and grown stronger together. This book is for you."

“Google Docs allowed Katie and I to write on the same page at the same time so we would go back and forth,” said Gorg. She had released her first self-published book in 2018 through Amazon’s publishing platform and was familiar with the process.

"I was delighted when Logan, my great niece, asked me in April to illustrate their book," said Richar. "They told me they wanted a Llewellin Setter so I googled it, found a photo and went from there." Richar's illustrations are done in watercolor with some outlining in ink. “I have been involved in art my entire life and normally do watercolor landscapes," said Richar, a retired insurance professional who had worked and lived in Galeton.

“Until Sept. 26 when we are in Galeton, the only place people can buy our book is on Amazon,” said Gorg.

ROLFE BEAGLE CLUB ANNOUNCES FINAL WINNERS OF THE STATEWIDE SEPTEMBER SONG DOG SLAM

Johnsonburg, Pa. – President Jim Pennington, Jr. is pleased to announce this year’s Fall 2020 winners of the statewide September Song Dog Slam run by the Rolfe Beagle Club from 9/2 through 9/12.

John Guide of Virginia harvested two coyotes on the morning of 9/4. John’s two coyotes were the most brought in by a single hunter. All of the other coyote entries were single harvests.

Nick Keller of Cameron County registered three crows, which were the most crows harvested by any of the hunters registered in the crow portion of the September Song Dog Slam.

Spike Wilson and Duane Bullers shared the pot for the largest female harvested during the September Song Dog Slam. Spike harvested a 29.4 # female on 9/6 in Elk County. Duane Bullers harvested a 29.4 # female on 9/10 on the Elk/Jefferson County border. Both hunters were hunting private land.

Gordon Skrzypek claimed the prize for the largest coyote harvested with his 33.8 # coyote on 9/10.

Congratulations to all the successful hunters.

The Rolfe Beagle Club is anticipating once again hosting their winter coyote and fox hunting contest on two weekends in February of 2021 – 2/12-14, and 2/19-21. These two weekends cover the same timeframe as the Mosquito Creek and Sinnemahoning Hunts, so huntervationists can register for several hunts at the same timeframe


PennDOT Cameron/Potter County Maintenance work schedule for the week of September 21 – September 25, 2020

Emporium/Coudersport, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Cameron/Potter County Maintenance announces the following work schedule for the week of September 21 – September 25, 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.

This work will be done in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and State Department of Health guidance as well as COVID-19 safety guidance, including protocols for social distancing, use of face coverings, personal and job-site cleaning protocols.


Cameron County 0240
Ditching:
● State Route: 0120 (Truman to Emporium) Monday & Tuesday
● State Route: 0046 (Emporium to McKean County line) Wednesday
● State Route: 0555 (Driftwood to Elk County line) Monday - Friday

Sign Upgrades:
● State Route: 2001 (Wykoff Run Road) Tuesday & Wednesday
● State Route: 2006 (Quehanna Highway) Thursday & Friday

Small Paint Program:
● Painting on various State Routes throughout the County (stop bars, railroad crossings, etc.) Thursday & Friday



Potter County 0260

Bridge Repairs:
● State Route: 0872 (Austin area)

Ditching:
● State Route: 1010 (North Bingham to Mills) Monday & Tuesday
● State Route: 1013 (Bingham Center Road) Wednesday - Friday

Mowing:
● Various State Routes throughout the County

Sign Upgrades:
● Various locations on U.S. Route 6 throughout the County

Pipe Repairs:
● Repair pipes at various locations throughout the County

Pipe Trench Patching:
● State Route: 4013 (North Hollow Road)

Crack Sealing:
● State Route: 3015 (Dutch Hill Road) Monday & Tuesday
● State Route: 0872 (Austin to Coudersport) Wednesday - Friday



PennDOT Elk/McKean County Maintenance work schedule for the week of September 21– September 25

Ridgway/Cyclone, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Elk/McKean County Maintenance announces the following work schedule for the week of September 21- September 25, 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.

This work will be done in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and state Department of Health guidance as well COVID-19 safety guidance, including protocols for social distancing, use of face coverings, personal and job-site cleaning protocols.

Elk County 0280
Bridge Repairs:
● State Route: 948 Montmorenci Rd., Highland

Shoulder Repair:
● State Route: 1001 Glen Hazel Road, St. Mary’s

Painting Curve Warnings:
● State Route: Various Routes, County wide

Patching:
● State Route: 120 Diamond area & 1001 Glen Hazel Rd.

Crack Seal:
● State Route: 2219 Truck By-pass Ridgway & 948 Kersey



McKean County 0250

Edge Patching:
● State Route: 59 Ormsby Hill & 3011 Bridge Road

Drainage:
● State Route: 1015 Columbia Hill & 155 Port to Turtle point


McKean County cont.

Oil & Stone Patching:
● State Route: 3002 Wetmore Rd. & 219 Lantz Corners area

Crack Sealing:
● State Route: 770 Marshburg & 4001 Big Shanty

Sign Repair:
● State Route: Various Routes County wide


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

Kinzua Creek Bridge/SR-3006-A01/McKean County: Clearwater Construction Co.:

Overall Project Description:
ECMS 4460 - On State Route 3006 (Westline Road) from Segment 0010/Offset 0189 to Segment 0010/Offset 1314. For the removal of the existing Two-Span Steel I-Beam bridge and construction of its replacement Two-Span Composite P/S Bulb-Tee Beam Bridge, a temporary roadway including temporary bridge are to be used for traffic control. Approach work consisting of super pave asphalt mixture designs for the base, binder, and wearing course, guide rail, pavement markings, management and disposal of potential hazardous materials, and miscellaneous construction for a construction length of approximately 735 feet (0.139 miles) as indicated on the approved drawings.
Next Week:
Contractor will be removing formwork for walls and begin excavations for NFG gas line installation.
Traffic will be controlled by temporary traffic signals until completion of the new structure this fall.
Drivers are reminded to watch for stopped vehicles and to obey the posted speed limits and construction signing.
Work to be performed Monday through Friday during daylight hours, weather permitting.


SR-6 McKean County, Hamilton Twp. Contractor: Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc.
The work zone is located at the Warren/McKean County line 5 miles east towards Kane in Hamilton Twp., and will feature an alternating traffic pattern controlled by flaggers.


Hello, Dear Friends of Our Troops!

Some of you may have read Jeanne VanValkenburg's post on our Facebook Goodies For Our Troops page, announcing that she's taking another hiatus from packaging events. Crossing fingers that she'll come back at some point sooner than her previous hiatus! She's been so faithful and generous for a long time and is already missed by all of us!
This plus some other vacations/surgeries/appointments has opened up the following seats during our busiest time as we are already working on our Holiday care packages. Hope that some of you who get this will consider loaning us your helping hands for 1/2 to 2 hours between 9 and 11 AM on the following days/dates:
Thursday, Sept. 24 - 2 OPEN SEATS
Thursday, Oct. 1 - 3 OPEN SEATS
Monday, Oct. 5 - 2 OPEN SEATS
Tuesday, Oct. 6 - 1 OPEN SEAT
Thursday, Oct. 8 - 3 OPEN SEATS
Monday, Oct. 12 - 2 OPEN SEATS
Thursday, Oct. 15 - 1 OPEN SEAT

If you can help, please CALL 570-662-5601, email Goodies@ptd.net, or send Message on Facebook so we can confirm that the seat(s) you can fill are still available!

We are having a table at Galeton's Fall Festival in Centertown Park on Saturday, Sep. 26th from 10AM til 4PM, to collect donations and share our information. Dylan Hunt and Dawn Fickett will be helping me, and we hope to see some of you there, enjoying a FREE ADMISSION & PARKING FAMILY-FUN DAY! Poster is attached that we hope you'll pass on to your family and friends!

We wish all our Jewish friends l'Shana Tovah and many blessings in their New Year and High Holidays which begin at Sundown on Friday, Sept. 18th. And we pray for all the families of our POW/MIAs every day but particularly on National POW/MIA Day, Friday, Sept. 19th.

If anyone asks what we particularly need for our Holiday care packages, these are priority items! NO DONATION IS TOO SMALL and ALL DONATIONS ARE SINCERELY APPRECIATED BY OUR HEROES AND US!
- Funds for Postage
- Plush Santa Hats
- Plush Christmas Stockings
- SMALL NON-BREAKABLE ORNAMENTS and DECORATIONS they can use to decorate their barracks/tents.
- Twinkle Lights NEW-IN-THE-UNOPENED-BOX
- Homemade cookies, candy, and fudge
- Eye Drops
- Hand, Toe, and Body Warmers


- Sun Screen
- Beef Jerky
- Milk and Dark Chocolate Candy Bars
- Hot Chocolate in Individual Servings
- Instant Oatmeal in Individual Servings
- Holiday Cards, Letters, Drawings, especially by kids but also by adults, signed and include your email/snail mail address

Always, thank you all for your support and prayers over these 15 years + 2-1/2 months! We can't do what we do without YOUR HELP which is so much appreciated as you can tell from the attached Mail From Troops!

Ranch House For Rent Near Shinglehouse


Truck-Lite Hiring Full Time Assemblers

Come to Galeton and Save $$$ At North Central Supply & Quarter West Shoppes

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McKean County Is Hiring An Enforcement Officer For The Domestic Relations Office

Cameron County CYS Is Hiring A Case Worker

McKean County Hiring Prison Counselor

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Wellsboro Dispatched For ATV Rollover Accident

At 6:56 PM on Saturday, Wellsboro Fire & EMS have been dispatched to an ATV accident near 1156 Dutch Hill Road in Delmar Township for an ATV rollover accident with injury.

A medical helicopter dispatched to field near scene. A second ambulance dispatched to scene for a second patient.

Bradford DIspatched To Residential House Fire


At 4:45 PM on Saturday, Bradford City Fire Dept. has been dispatched to a residential house fire at 19 Mill Street.

Officer on scene reports no fire, light smoke in house.

Bolivar-Richburg School Reports Covid-19 Virus; To Close Monday For Clean-Up

Bolivar-Richburg Central School District

September 19, 2020
Dear Bolivar-Richburg CSD Parents/Guardians:

We are writing to notify you that we have been informed by the Allegany County Department of Health that a student(s) or staff member(s) has been diagnosed with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). 

This person was on school premises and did have direct exposure with other members of our school community. As a school district our number one priority is the health and safety of all our students and staff. We will be updating parents and staff via the school website, global connect calls, and social media as we learn more information.

The Bolivar-Richburg Central School District will be closed Monday September 21, 2020 to allow our custodial staff to deep-clean the buildings prior to returning to regular in-person instruction on Tuesday, September 22, 2020.

We are working closely with the Allegany County Health Department to identify anyone who had close contact with the person to determine if they might have been exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19. If you or your child are identified as having been potentially exposed, the Allegany County Health Department will contact you to ask that you please stay home and monitor for symptoms of cough, shortness of breath, or a temperature higher than 100.4F, and practice social distancing for 14 days from your last contact. If you are not contacted by the health department, you do not need to stay home or exclude yourself from activities at this time.

Parents should continue to monitor their child’s health and the health of their families for COVID-19 symptoms. Children with COVID-19 generally have mild, cold-like symptoms, such as fever, runny nose, and cough. Vomiting and diarrhea have also been reported in some children. Children with certain underlying medical conditions, such as chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma, serious heart conditions, or weak immune systems, might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Contact your child's healthcare provider regarding any concerns.

People without symptoms do not need to seek care or be tested. Those who become ill should contact their healthcare provider. Their doctor, in consultation with public health officials, will determine appropriate care and whether testing is necessary. If your child has been exposed to or diagnosed with COVID-19, please report this to your school. This information will be kept confidential.

Schools continue to utilize Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations on Reopening Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfecting Public Spaces, to reduce viral transmission and keep our children and school personnel healthy and safe.

Hamlin VFD helps with Mount Jewett clean up

All pics from Theresa Auriemmo





Emporium Dispatched For Stump On Fire In Woods

At 2:58 PM on Saturday, Emporium Fire Dept. has been dispatched to 211 Climax Hollow Road for a tree stump on fire about 2/10ths of a mile from the house.

Dean C. Heggenstaller of, Galeton, PA

Dean C. Heggenstaller 1955-2020

Dean went to rest with his parents on September 12, 2020. 

He was born on July 3rd, 1955 in Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania. He grew up in the small town of Galeton, Pa on his family farm. The youngest of three boys, Dean, loved his mama, the outdoors, and the farm. 

U.S. Air Force Veteran
He had many fond memories of his childhood adventures in the mountains. After graduating from Galeton High School, he enlisted in the Air Force where he spent most of his adult life serving his country and was a decorated officer. 

Dean was a patriot until the end, firmly believing in his country and advocating for veterans. In his later years Dean was involved in clubs like the Masons and very much enjoyed cooking for meetings and mentoring new members. He was also a lifelong member of the VFW and worked with the young veterans he met there. 

Dean was a loving father, grandfather, and a loyal friend. Although Dean loved to complain, he secretly loved to help others and would give others the shirt off his back if they needed it. Dean liked giving so much, he often forgot whom he gave things to and would promise the same thing to multiple people. Those of us that knew him, shook our head at this trait but loved his kind heart. Dean had many talents such as woodworking and had a very mechanical mind, there was nothing he couldn’t fix. 

He was an avid storyteller and could spin you magical stories with little effort. We will all miss shooting guns with him. He taught all his children how to shoot guns as children. He has installed a love of guns in all of us and had tons of knowledge on just about anything you could think of. 

He enjoyed driving cross country on his motorcycle and attending concerts. Those of us who knew him will forever think of him when watching the movie Big Fish, the history channel, and when we see the mountain areas that were his home. 

Dean was predeceased by his parents Howard and Katie Heggenstaller. 

He was survived by his brothers Kenneth and Bruce Heggenstaller. His children Charity Ruiz, Chaste and Chaz Williams, Anthony and Julieanne Heggenstaller, and 10 grandchildren. Also surviving is the love of his life, Mary Beth Roche and stepchildren Michael Roche and Rochelle and Chris Danielles. He will forever live on in our hearts. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Hess Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Galeton.

A. Jack Fuller, 84, of Middlebury Center, PA

A. Jack Fuller

A. Jack Fuller, 84, of Middlebury Center passed away Friday, September 18, 2020, while working on his farm, as he would have wished. 

Born May 25, 1936, at the home in Middlebury Center where he died, to Ira W. and Rachel (Goodwin) Fuller, he went to school, lived and worked his entire life in Tioga County. 

In his younger days, Jack was involved in the Future Farmers of America, and he thoroughly enjoyed his work farming in this area. He had a great affinity for working with horses, started driving a team on the farm at the age of seven, and was disappointed when that was no longer a part of his life. He loved his family, especially his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and always enjoyed singing, whether in the church, or alone on his tractor while he worked.

Jack is survived by two daughters: Bethany (Dan) Bower of Tioga and Lisa (Tom) Sterling of Tioga; four grandchildren: Amy (Dana) Coots of Tioga, Michael (Krista) Bower of Tioga, Rachel Sterling of Pittsburgh, and Chelsea Sterling of San Diego, CA. 

 He was preceded in death by his parents, two wives: Sylvia (Schneider) Fuller and Jean (Wildrick) Fuller, a daughter Dawn Michelle Fuller, and his six siblings.

In accordance with Jack’s wishes the family has arranged a private funeral service at the Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home 139 Main Street Wellsboro, PA with burial in the Middlebury-Union Cemetery. Those wishing to make a donation in his memory are encouraged to remember the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 4550 Montgomery Ave.Suite 1100 N. Bethesda, MD 20814 or on line at cff.org. 

To share a memory or condolence with his family, visit www.tusseymosher.com. And while sympathy is appreciated, Jack’s family is reassured by the understanding that he is resting in the arms of Jesus.

Fire Alarm RECALLED at Evergreen Elm

At 12:22 PM on Saturday, Bradford Firefighters have been sent to Evergreen Elm for an activated fire alarm.
Recalled.

Weekend Events in the Area

9-19 Ulysses Fall Festival

9-19 Ulysses Fall Festival

9-19 Ulysses Plural Chapter out door food sale

9-19 Ulysses Plural Chapter out door food sale

9/19 Shinglehouse Fire Dept. Fall Raffle

9/19 Shinglehouse Fire Dept. Fall Raffle

9-20 Chicken BBQ, Port Allegany VFW

9-20 Chicken BBQ, Port Allegany VFW

9-20 2nd Annual Veterans Car Show

9-20 2nd Annual Veterans Car Show


Ridgway PSP Investigating Harassment in Fox TWP.


Fire Ruled Accidental In Smethport Boro