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Saturday, May 23, 2020

Bradford Firefighters Dispatched To Hi-Rise

At 6:57 PM on Saturday, Bradford Firefighters have been dispatched to the hi-rise at 2 Bushnell Street for a commercial Fire Alarm

No in person 4-H meeting or events till June 30th

Melissa Redmond
1 hr ·

I just read the email I was hoping it wasn't coming. 

No in person 4-H meeting or events till October 1. 

County Line 4-H I will see you as soon as we can meet!

CORRECTION
I saw you have a post about 4-H on the blog. It’s only half right. Penn State did cancel 4-H events until October, but then changed the ruling 24 hours later to only through June 30th.

Larry E. SEELEY, 74, of Belmont, NY

Larry E. SEELEY

Larry E. SEELEY, 74, of Belmont, NY, died Friday, May 22, 2020 in his home. 

Born November 29, 1945, in Waverly, he was the son of William B. and Marie Preston Seeley. He was married to the former Marie Thomas, who survives. 

Larry was employed by Ulysses Boro for 31 years, retiring in 2010. He was a former member of the Genesee Rod & Gun Club. An outdoorsman, Larry enjoyed hunting, archery, and fishing. Larry was known for telling jokes and his red Chevy truck. 

Surviving besides his wife of 32 years, Marie, are: a son, Larry G. Seeley of KY; five grandchildren, Brandon Gleason, Brett Gleason, Larry “Buddy” Seeley, Morgan (Cory) Corwin, and Abby McMullen; five great-grandchildren; three brothers-in-law, Frank Budde of Newport, PA, Elmer Thomas of Wellsville, and Lyle Thomas of Scio; two sisters-in-law, Eloise Chapman of Wellsville and Sheila Thomas of Scio; nieces, nephews, and cousins. 

In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by two sons, Scott A. Seeley and Kevin Michael Seeley; a daughter, Tracy L. Gleason; and a brother, William Seeley, Jr. 

The immediate family will hold a private viewing and funeral at Olney-Foust Funeral Homes & Crematory, Ulysses, PA. Mr. Naysim Simon will officiate. Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery, Scio. A live webcast for the public will be available 1:00 PM, Thursday, May 28, 2020 on www.olneyfoust.com at the bottom of Larry’s obituary page. 

Memorials may be made to SPCA serving Allegany County, P.O. Box 381, Wellsville, NY 14895. 

Arrangements are under the direction of Mulholland-Crowell Funeral Home, Wellsville. Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfoust.com.

Coudersport Dispatched To Automatic Alarm

At 5:55 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Fire Dept. has been dispatched to North Hollow Road for an automatic fire alarm. On scene report of burned food.
RECALLED

Fox Township Dispatched To Crash on Main Street

At 5:54 PM on Saturday, Fox Township Fire Dept. has been dispatched to a 2 vehicle crash on Main Street in Kersey.

Seneca Highlands Career & Technical Center Nominates Student For Outstanding Performace.


Seneca Highlands Career & Technical Center Nominates Students For Outstanding Performance.


WELLSBORO GROWERS MARKET TO OPEN THIS THURSDAY, MAY 28

The Wellsboro Growers Market will open for the 2020 season this coming Thursday, May 28 from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on the front lawn of the First Presbyterian Church at 130 Main Street in Wellsboro, next to the Green Free Library. Customers are asked to wear face masks, maintain six feet of distance between themselves and others and have fun.

Among those offering goodies will be Liz McLelland of Yorkshire Meadows who will have scones, shortbread, lemon curd, carrot cake, and assorted cookies and pastries, along with Hillstone Farms with assorted meats and Staggering Unicorn with wine sold by the bottle.

"We plan to limit the number of customers who can be in the market at the same time to meet COVID-19 safety rules and ask for everyone's patience," said Thomas Putnam, event organizer.

"Our Growers Market is usually a rain or shine event," Putnam said "When there are rain showers, we will stay outside under the trees. If there is a downpour or constant, heavy rain, the market will be canceled. Due to the coronavirus, we cannot use the Church Fellowship Hall when the weather is bad as we have in the past."

The market will be held every Thursday from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. through October, weather permitting. For updates on who and what will be at the market, email wellsborogrowersmarket@gmail.com or visit the Wellsboro Growers Market Facebook page.

Growers, bakers, candymakers, maple producers, artisans and musicians who want to participate on May 28 in Wellsboro or at an upcoming market are asked to contact Putnam for more information as soon as possible by calling 570-439-2000.

Kane Dispatched For Vehicle Fire with Exposure

At 2:54 PM on Saturday, Kane Firefighters have been dispatched to 106 Pennsylvania fire endangering a home.

Richard MAHAN, 71, of Coudersport, PA

Richard MAHAN

Richard MAHAN, 71, of Coudersport, PA, died Thursday, May 21, 2020 in UPMC Cole, Coudersport. 

Born June 16, 1948, in Trenton, NJ, he was the son of Charles and Helen Nirwinski Mahan. 

He was a self-employed roofing and siding contractor. Mr. Mahan resided in Trenton and Lawrenceville, NJ prior to moving to Potter County 20 years ago. 

Rich enjoyed fishing and going for rides. 

Surviving are: two children, Erika (Dennis) Pollock of Austin and Richard Mahan of Gouldsboro; two grandchildren, William Ice and Gabriella N. Mahan; five siblings, Charles Mahan, Jr., Shirley Ralph, Irene Breining, Rose Laning, and Dorothy Breining; and nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a sister, Helen Hutchinson. 

The immediate family will hold a private service at Olney-Foust Funeral Homes & Crematory, Ulysses, PA. Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfoust.com.

Seneca Nation Revises Stay At Home Order

Seneca Media & Communications Center
14 mins ·

May 22, 2020 EXECUTIVE ORDER
REVISION TO THE STAY AT HOME ORDER

WHEREAS, The President of the Seneca Nation declared a State of Emergency for the Nation's Territories on March 19, 2020, in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic, and

WHEREAS, The President of the Seneca Nation has received recommendations from health officials to take further precautions to protect Nation and community members, including imposing certain restrictions specifically aimed at reducing additional transmission of the Coronavirus,

BE IT HEREBY ORDERED THAT THE SENECA NATION ADOPT THE FOLLOWING RULES EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY; AND THIS NEW ORDER REPLACES THE PREVIOUS ORDER OF APRIL 11, 2020:

1. Non-essential gatherings such as parties, celebrations, and any types of other social events are still restricted at this time. If it is necessary to gather in a shared or outdoor space, individuals must remain six ( 6) feet away from any individual who is not a member of his or her household
and numbers must be limited to no more than 10 people.

2. Parks and playgrounds shall remain closed to the public until further notice.

3. Any resident returning to Nation Territories from beyond a 150 mile radius must self-quarantine at home for a period of fourteen (14) days. During the self-quarantine, that individual shall refrain from visiting others, particularly vulnerable members of our community, such as the
elderly and those with underlying medical conditions. The individual shall monitor his or her temperature three (3) times per day, and monitor for the following symptoms: any sustained temperature of 100.4 degrees or more, coughing, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, and a new loss of taste or smell. If the individual has these symptoms, that individual or his or her caretaker should call the individual's medical provider for
additional advisement.

This Order Shall Remain In Place Until Lifted by Order of the President of the Seneca Nation

Coudersport Ambulance to Sweden Valley Manor

At 11:45 AM on Saturday, Coudersport ambulance has been called to Sweden Valley Manor for difficulty breathing.

Yard Sale In Coudersport


Derrick City FD Assists Limestone in Wildfire Thursday

Derrick City Volunteer Fire Department
14 hrs ·
***Mutual aid Wildfire- 5/21/2020***
On Thursday at 1438 hrs DCVFD was dispatched to assist Limestone NY VFD for a wildfire on Nichols Run. Engine 112 and Utility 115 responded under the command of Chief 1110 (M.Scrivo Jr.). 

Once on scene crews were given orders to take the right flank of the fire which was rapidly moving uphill to a wooded area. Crews built fire lines with hand tools and blowers to slow the spread. Utility 115 was used to extinguish hots spots, while Engine 112 was utilized for water supply. 

Crews were on scene assisting Limestone VFD and other mutual aid departments for approx 2.25 hrs

DUI Charges Pending Blood Test Result In Fox TWP.


Charges Pending For Harassment With Physical Contact In Ridgway TWP.


Charges Pending For Criminal Trespass In Ridgway TWP.


PSP Ridgway Seeking Information for Damaged Mailboxes In Jones TWP.


Charges Pending for DUI In Horton TWP.


Charges Pending For DUI In Emporium Boro


Emporium PSP--Complaint Unfounded


No Injuries In One car Crash RT. 120 In Shippen TWP.


Chicken BBQ is SOLD OUT at Coudersport Fire Department



Chicken is sold out. Thank you and sorry if we weren't able to supply you.

Animal Cruelty Investigation Determines No Crime Commited In Allegany TWP.


PSP Coudersport Seeking Information For A Damaged Mailbox In Sylvania TWP.


Connie R. Cook, age 73 of Depot St., Nelson, PA

Connie R. Cook

Connie R. Cook, age 73 of Depot St., Nelson, PA, passed away on Thursday May 21, 2020 at her home. 

Born April 21, 1947 in Nelson, she was the daughter of the late Wheeler Kirk and Loretta Edwards Mains. 

She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend. 

Connie is survived by sons, Brian (Pamela) Cook and Michael (Lisa) Cook both of Elkland, PA; a daughter, Deanna (Chad) Farman of Knoxville, PA; 11 grandchildren, Jeremy (Laeken) Cook, Jennifer Cook, Lisa (Casey) Pavlick, Sarah (Michael) Getgen, Todd (Jackie) Cook, Jamie (Gabby Citriniti) Cook, Katie (Dylan McDonald) Cook, Renee (Will) Shantz, Sammantha Cook, Jessica (Jamie Colvin) Farman and Amber Farman; 15 great grandchildren; a brother, Gary Kirk and many nieces, nephews and cousins. 

She was preceded in death by her husband, Claude; a son, Todd and two brothers, Bob and Allen Kirk. 

A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. 

Arrangements are in care of Kenyon Funeral Home, Elkland. www.kenyonfuneralhome.com.

PSP Coudersport Investigating A Burglary In Sharon TWP.


Mills Man Jailed After Fleeing State Police Traffic Stop with Illegal Drugs in Vehicle


Pennsylvania’s Unemployment Rate At 15.1 Percent in April

Harrisburg, PA – Today, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) released its employment situation report for April 2020.The April unemployment and jobs surveys reflect the effects of business and school closures to mitigate the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate was up 9.3 percentage points over the month to 15.1 percent in April. The national rate rose 10.3 percentage points from March to 14.7 percent. The commonwealth’s unemployment rate increased by 11.0 percentage points from April 2019 while the national rate was up 11.1 points over the year.

Pennsylvania’s civilian labor force – the estimated number of residents working or looking for work – declined by 91,000 over the month. Resident employment was down 687,000 while unemployment rose by 597,000.

Pennsylvania’s total nonfarm jobs were down 1,024,100 over the month to 5,014,200 in April. Jobs were down in each of the 11 industry supersectors. The largest volume supersector decline for the second consecutive month was in leisure & hospitality.

Over the year, total nonfarm jobs in Pennsylvania were down 1,044,000 with declines in 10 of the 11 supersectors (financial activities was unchanged from last April). The largest volume 12-month change among supersectors was a decline of 347,100 jobs in leisure & hospitality.

Additional information is available on the L&I website at www.dli.pa.gov or by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Note: The above data are seasonally adjusted. Seasonally adjusted data provide the most valid month-to-month comparison.

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What to Remember This Weekend


Memorial Day (ever hear someone call it Decoration Day?) is a time meant for honoring and mourning the military personnel who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.

For almost all of us, this pandemic is uncharted territory. It is a time of uncertainty, anger, frustration and loss. Putting all that aside is difficult, especially considering how often we hear on the news and in social media the term COVID-19 and what it has done and is resulting in. It is hard for me to do too.

Many people are facing significant challenges right now, some of which will be very difficult to recover from. I challenge all of us to spend some portion of this weekend remembering our war dead and the sacrifices they made, so we may enjoy the FREEDOM WE HAVE AND WILL NEVER LOSE!

Have a good weekend! It is an honor and privilege to serve as your voice in the General Assembly.

Please click here for a list of eight things you may not know about Memorial Day.
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Lorrie L. Carley, 52, of Port Allegany, PA

Lorrie L. Carley

Lorrie L. Carley, 52, of Port Allegany, PA, died Friday (May 22, 2020) at her home in Port Allegany.

She was born Jan. 13, 1968 in Franklin, PA, a daughter of Sherman and Linda Lewis Buzzard. From the time Lorrie was three, she was raised by her father, Donald Carley.

Miss Carley was a 1987 graduate of Port Allegany High School and attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

She was employed at Charles Cole Hospital in Coudersport, PA.

She is survived by her parents, Linda and Donald Carley of Port Allegany

Three Sisters. Mindi Carley and Tami Buzzard both of Port Allegany and Vicki (Corey) Manspeaker of Reading PA.

One nephew - Aidan Angell of Reading PA .

There will be no visitation or services.

Memorials, if desired, my be made to ASPCA or the Humane Society.

Online condolences may be made at www.hartle-tarboxfuneralhomes.com.

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

PUBLIC ASKED TO REPORT NORTHERN GOSHAWK SIGHTINGS

With declining populations and a contracted range, northern goshawks have become rarer sights in Pennsylvania. But those who are lucky enough to catch a glimpse of this magnificent forest raptor, or who know where they nest, are asked to report their observations as part of a collaborative project involving the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

The northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) is a large raptor nesting in mature, mixed forests across northern Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Wildlife Action Plan identifies the goshawk as a Species of Greatest Conservation Need – wildlife with low or declining populations that are in need of conservation action – and highlights the need for information on the abundance and distribution of breeding goshawks across the state.

Since 2017, the Pennsylvania Goshawk Project (run by a subcommittee of the Ornithological Technical Committee of the Pennsylvania Biological Survey in collaboration with the Pennsylvania Game Commission) has collected reports of goshawk sightings in the state.

The Pennsylvania Goshawk Project continues to seek information related to sightings. Any goshawk observations should be sent to pgcgoshawk@pa.gov. Reports are confidential to protect the birds.

Your assistance with finding goshawk territories and nests helps with our research and conservation efforts to protect this species and its habitat.

For more information about the Pennsylvania Goshawk Project, visit www.pabiologicalsurvey.org/goshawk. You can find images and audio files to aid identification as well as forms, instructions, and contact information.

4-h Virtual Camp

We can’t imagine a summer without 4-H Camp and YOU so join us for a completely new and virtual camping experience in June during our regular camp week of June 23-25. It is your chance to have a little bit of 4-H Camp fun this summer.

We will still have traditional camp activities such as get acquainted games, workshops, candlelight and campfire- just a little different. Sessions will be led by camp counselors and 4-H staff live or recorded if you cannot join us live. The week’s activities will culminate with a Thursday night backyard campfire. Gather your family and join us for songs, s’mores and friends.

You do not want to miss this unique virtual camping experience. It is as close to the real 4-H camp as you can get this summer. Space is limited, so register early. You do not need to be in 4-H to join this experience.

Register here by June 12
https://extension.psu.edu/4-h/northwinds


Each Camp in a Box will include:
• Camp crafts and instructions
• Camp games
• Camp songs
• Flash drive with video workshop instructions
• Snacks

We have limited the amount of screen time each day to 30 minutes for get acquainted activities so campers can see their friends from past years and met new friends who may be joining camp for the first time. The one-hour workshop time is optional, video instructions will be included in the box.

Each day campers will login to Northwinds Camp- participate in a welcome activity, flag raising and get acquainted activities led by counselors. Campers will be divided into traditional groups just like at regular camp, so they have smaller groups to work with for games and get the opportunity to reconnect or make new friends.

Workshop time is optional, but we would love to have you join us for the hands-on workshop. Counselors and staff will demonstrate the activity and campers can follow right along to complete the activity or craft, all or most of the materials will be included in the camp box.

We will have a camp Facebook page where families can share photos of campers working on the activity and showing the final product. We hope family members will join in the fun as well and extend the learning.

PennDOT Cameron/Potter County Maintenance work schedule for the week of May 26 – May 29, 2020

Emporium/Coudersport, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Cameron/Potter County Maintenance announces the following work schedule for the week of May 26 – May 29, 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.

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Spray Patching:
● State Route: 0046 (Emporium to McKean County line) Tuesday
● State Route: 1001 (Plank Road) Wednesday
● State Route: 0120 (Emporium to Driftwood) Thursday & Friday

Bridge Flushing:
● Various State Routes throughout the County

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Bridge Flushing:
● Various State Routes throughout the County

Spray Patching:
● State Route: 1011 (Ulysses/Hickox Road)
● State Route: 1012 (Jackson Road)

Ditching:
● State Route: 1016 (North Fork Road)

Shoulder Cutting:
● State Route: 0872 (Austin to Cameron County line)

Base Repairs:
● State Route: 3003 (First Fork Road)
The following work is scheduled to be completed by contractor, weather permitting:

● Glenn O Hawbaker, Inc: roadway improvement on SR 44 (Potter County line) and SR 4010 (Honeoye Street) to intersection of Honeoye Street and North Stevens Street. Flaggers will be enforcing alternate traffic pattern. Work scheduled to begin on May 26th.

● Glenn O Hawbaker, Inc: roadway improvement on SR 3003 (First Fork Road). Flaggers will be enforcing alternate traffic pattern. Work scheduled to begin on May 26th.

PennDOT encourages drivers to “Know before they go” and to check conditions on more than 40,000 roadway miles by visiting www.511PA.com. 511PA is free, available 24 hours a day, and provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information, and access to more than 950 traffic cameras.

511PA is also available through a smartphone application for iPhone and Android devices, by calling 5-1-1, or by following regional Twitter alerts accessible on the 511PA website.
Subscribe to PennDOT news in Cameron, Centre, Clearfield, Clinton, Elk, Juniata, McKean, Mifflin, and Potter counties at www.penndot.gov/District2.

For more information, visit www.penndot.gov or call 814-486-1643/814-274-9181

For regional updates on Twitter, follow www.twitter.com/511PAStateColl


RECALLS

Conagra Brands, Inc. Recalls Frozen Not-Ready-To-Eat Chicken and Turkey Bowl Products due to Possible Foreign Matter Contamination

Conagra Brands, Inc., Russellville, Ark. and Marshall, Mo. establishments, are recalling approximately 276,872 pounds of not ready-to-eat chicken and turkey bowl products because the products may contain extraneous material, specifically small rocks.

Coudersport Junior/Senior High School Graduation Ceremony 2020

The Coudersport High School virtual graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020 will air on Zito Media’s local channel 9 on May 30, 2020 at 11:00 am. The graduation ceremony can also be viewed by going to the school’s website, coudyschools.net., where a link will be provided beginning at 11:00 am.

Larry E. SEELEY, 74, of Belmont, NY

 Larry E. SEELEY

Larry E. SEELEY, 74, of Belmont, NY, died Friday, May 22, 2020 in his home. Arrangements are incomplete. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wellsvillefuneralhome.com.

James Wallace Sherwood, 74, of Mayer, Arizona

 James Wallace Sherwood

James Wallace Sherwood, 74, of Mayer, Arizona died Thursday, May 14, 2020 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona.

James was born on August 14, 1945 in Port Allegany, PA. He was the son of Lewellyn and Grace Chase Sherwood. He graduated from Port Allegany High School. After graduation James joined the U.S Navy. He received an honorable discharge and moved to Arizona in 1968. 

He worked as a boilermaker and pipefitter, eventually starting his own business, Southwest Boiler and Heat Exchanger which continued to prosper for 25 years until his retirement. James could not sit still for long and went to work as a plumber for the UA Local 469 Plumbers and Pipefitters Union and at Prescott’s Yavapai College. He fully retired in 2005.

U.S Navy
Again, he could not sit still for long and enjoyed hobbies including fishing, hunting, and gardening. He shared the fruits of his labor sending visitors home with vegetables, eggs, and fresh meat. Always remembering his Pennsylvania roots, he was an avid Pittsburg Steelers fan and almost never missed watching a game. What he enjoyed even more, was watching his children and grandchildren play sports.

In addition to his wife of 50 years, Susie Sherwood, he is survived by two sons, Glen (Stephanie) Sherwood of Prescott, Jim (Rebecca) Sherwood of Phoenix, a daughter, Jodi (Curt) Carlise of Dewey, Arizona, and seven grandchildren, three sisters, Donna (Darrell) Vansicles, Debbie Montes, and Dianne Metzler and two brothers Thomas and Dennis Sherwood. Jim also had children from a previous marriage. 

James was preceded in death by his parents, brother, Richard Sherwood and sister, Gloria Kenauer.

As he wished, James will be laid to rest at the Veterans Affairs National Cemetery in Prescott, Arizona where he will receive a military honors funeral ceremony. A celebration of life for family and close friends will be held in late June.

Fire Fighters Dispatched To Transformer Fires

On May 23, at 9:11 am Derrick city fire Dept. was dispatch to Bolivar Drive for a transformer fire.Bradford City fire Dept. was also dispatched to a transformer fire Jackson and Summer ST.

Cameron County Probation And Parole Has Postions Available

Morgan Advanced Materials Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Aveanna Health Care Is Hiring in Bradford, Emporium, Johnsonburg, Kane, Port Allegany, Roulette, St. Marys & Westfield

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Howards, Inc. in Coudersport is Open & Stocked Up with Tractors & Riding Mowers

Cris Dush, Republican Candidate For State Senate Reveals His Platform

Harrisburg politicians are filling your mailboxes and your television screens with false ads. Here's Cris Dush's record: He's stood up to Gov. Wolf, protecting your gun rights and your tax dollars. Conservative Cris Dush believes it's time to reopen Pennsylvania's economy now, stop Gov. Wolf's massive tax and spending plans, and continue the fight to root out corruption in Harrisburg. Vote Cris Dush to help restore our economy and our way of life.

Deli Manager, Immediate Opening at Coudersport Shop 'n Save

Immediate Opening For Caseworker at Cameron County CYS

Friday, May 22, 2020

Police Apprehend Sweden Valley Car Thieves

Sweden Township Police Department

Today at approximately 9:15 a resident at 1400 Brookland Rd - Sweden Twp noticed his 2008 Toyota Tacoma quad cab missing. The owner of the truck then noticed it turning from the Rooks Rd onto Brookland Rd headed towards Coudersport and notified 911.

Chief Phelps responded to the area along with units from CDSPT Boro PD and PSP- CDSPT.

Chief Phelps then encountered the stolen truck on the Rooks Rd. positively identifying the vehicle and activated emergency lights and sirens. The suspects fled North East crossing SR 449 onto the Junction Rd to Rt 49. Chief Phelps lost the vehicle due to large amounts of dust from the stolen vehicle.
Numerous calls came to the barracks as well as 911, that the vehicle was on Pushersiding Rd, units responded and were unable to locate the suspect vehicle in that area.
As all units continued to search the area a PSP- CDSPT vehicle then encountered the vehicle near Harrison Valley and gave Chase into NY State ( Allegany Co.)then back into PA - Genesee area and with a successful PIT maneunver stopping the vehicle and with the assistance of another PSP unit took two males into custody. Other units from Sweden Twp and PSP arrived on scene as they were in the area an a attempt to intercept the fleeing vehicle.

More information will follow as soon as possible due to this still being an ongoing investigation.
I would like to thank all agencies that assisted today in the recovery of the vehicle and the capturing of two individuals while no one getting injured. A great job by all!

PSP - Coudersport
Coudersport Boro PD
NYS - Police units

PSP Coudersport is also investigating a burglary and a theft of another vehicle from Ulysses Twp. very near the area of the first stolen truck. The vehicle has been identified as a GMC Terrain w/o a registration grey / Champagne in color.
The person identified as the driver of that stolen vehicle is Tyler E Stevens and considered armed and dangerous, anyone encountering this vehicle or Stevens is asked to contact 911 or state police

PSP Lewis Run Investigating A House Shot In Keating TWP.


No Injuries In Two Car Crash, Truck VS Car on RT. 59 In Corydon TWP.


PSP Lewis Run Seeking Information For Attempted Burglary In Liberty TWP.


PSP Mansfield Seeking Information For Hit And Run crash On Grey Valley RD. In Sullivan TWP.


Edwin Gerald SHERMAN, 80, of Whitesville, NY

Edwin Gerald SHERMAN

Edwin Gerald SHERMAN, 80, of Whitesville, NY, died Thursday, May 21, 2020 in the VA Medical Center, Buffalo, NY. 

Born November 8, 1939, in Cortland, he was the son of Percy James and Ruth Margaret Pembleton Sherman. On October 15, 1964, in Richburg, he married the former Linda Carrie Huntoon, who predeceased him on February 18, 2003. 

US Army & Air Force Veteran
A graduate of Bolivar High School, he served honorably with the US Army from 1961 – 1966 and with the US Air Force from 1966 until his retirement in 1981. 

He was employed by Fitzpatrick’s Poultry Farms in Whitesville. 

Ed was a life member of Morrison B. Hayes American Legion Post #702 in Wellsville and Frank B. Church VFW #2530 in Wellsville. 

He resided at Manor Hills assisted living in Wellsville for the last four years. 

Surviving are: two children, PJ (Sheri) Sherman of Whitesville and Linda (Steve) Twigg of Corning; five grandchildren, Dodie (Kris) Roseman, Todd (Abbi) Sherman, Carrie (Brandon) Cook, Kimberly Sherman, and Samantha Cook; six great-grandchildren; five siblings, Margaret Standridge of TX, Francis Sherman of TX, Ruth Cornelius of Wellsville, William (Ann) Sherman of Ada, OH, and Leonard Sherman of Whitesville; nieces and nephews. 

In addition to his wife, he was predeceased by two siblings, James Sherman and Alice Miller. 

The immediate family will hold a private viewing at Olney-Foust Funeral Homes & Crematory, Ulysses, PA followed by a graveside service in Whitesville Rural Cemetery.  Military Rites will be accorded by members of Morrison B. Hayes American Legion Post #702. The service will be video recorded for the public and posted Thursday on www.olneyfoust.com at the bottom of Ed’s obituary page. 

Memorials may be made to the Whitesville Public Library, P.O. Box 158, Whitesville, NY 14897 or to LEEK Preserve serving wounded Veterans at www.leekpreserve.org

Arrangements are under the direction of Mulholland-Crowell Funeral Home, Wellsville. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wellsvillefuneralhome.com.