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Saturday, September 12, 2020

Willing, Wellsville Dispatched To Rollover Crash with Entrapment

At 10:05 PM on Saturday, Willing & Wellsville Fire & EMS have been dispatched to the Graves Road near Orebed Road for a rollover accident with confirmed entrapment & serious injuries. Reporting 3 patients.

Rose M. Carpenter, 77, of Bradford, PA

Rose M. Carpenter

Rose M. Carpenter, 77, of Bradford, passed away on Friday, September 11, 2020 at the Pavilion at Bradford Regional Medical Center.

She was born on August 28, 1943 in Bradford, a daughter of the late Alvie and Mary Barrile Merritt.

On June 10, 1995 in the Grace Lutheran Church she married Joseph A. Carpenter who preceded her in death on June 30, 2002.

She was a member of the Limestone Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary and she attended the Abundant Life Assembly of God. While at the Pavilion at BRMC she was the unofficial "mail lady" for the nursing home and she enjoyed going to the hospital gift shop and getting her latte.

She was employed by the former Corning Glass Works, Bradford, and the Bradford Laundry and Dry Cleaning.

She is survived by one sister, Nancy Dixon of Bradford; one sister-in-law, Joy Merritt of Andover, OH and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents and husband she was also preceded in death by two brothers, Tom Merritt and Benny Merritt.

Friends are invited to attend a graveside celebration of Rose’s life on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 11:00 AM in the McKean Memorial Park, Lafayette.

Memorial contributions in her memory can be made to the McKean County SPCA, P.O. Box 113, Bradford, PA 16701.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the care of the Mascho Funeral Home, Inc.

Online Condolences can be expressed at www.maschofuneral.com.

Westfield fire and ambulance were dispatched Reservoir Rd and the Sperry Young RD for an atv accident.

On September 12 at 5:35 pm Westfield fire and ambulance were dispatched Reservoir Rd and the Sperry Young RD for an atv accident.Reports of one in jury and arm laceration. Update medical has been requested

Eldred fire and ambulance were dispatched for a motorcycle vs deer accident on Rt. 155

On September 12 at 5:24 on Rt. 155 between Larabee Y and Sartwell Rd Eldred fire and ambulance were dispatched for a motorcycle vs deer accident. Patient was flown to ECMC in Buffalo.

UPMC Lock Haven Remains Closed After Fire

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Bolivar, Richburg Dispatched For Truck Into Tree on County Road 40

At 3:47 PM on Saturday, Bolivar & Richburg Fire & EMS have been dispatched to County Road 40 in the Town of Wirt for a truck into a tree crash. Caller reports occupant self-extricated.

Osceola, Elkland Dispatched For Pickup Truck Crash off Rt. 49

At 2:39 PM on Saturday, Osceola, Elkland & Valley Ambulance dispatched to the area of 7415 Route 49 for a pickup truck crashed into a tree.

Walter J. CAMPBELL, 63, of Harrison Valley, PA


Walter J. CAMPBELL

Walter J. CAMPBELL, 63, of Harrison Valley, PA, died Thursday, September 12, 2020 in his home. A complete obituary will be announced by Olney-Foust Funeral Homes & Crematory, Ulysses, PA. Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfoust.com.

Westfield Dispatched For Fire Alarm At Verizon Building

At 12:20 PM on  Saturday, Westfield Fire Dept. has been dispatched to the Verizon Building for an automatic fire alarm. Responder reports nothing showing. Building is locked.

Fire Ruled Accidental In Ringgold TWP.


Suspect Arrested For Strangulation In Charleston TWP


Mansfield PSP Investigating A Theft By Fraud In Delmar TWP.


No Injuries And Disabling Damage In Car VS Deer Accident On Germania Rd In Abbott TWP.


PSP Coudersport Investigating A Discharge OF A Firearm Inside A Building In Allegany TWP.


Investigation Ongoing For Drug Possession In Roulette TWP.


Investigation Ongoing For DUI ATV Crash In Abbot TWP.


Investigation Ongoing For Forgery In Eulalia TWP.


Charges To Be Filed For Drug Possession In Roulette TWP.


Capitol Update by Rep. Martin Causer


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Policy Committee Examines Economic Recovery Challenges for Small Business, Health Care, Social Services

As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, the negative impacts on many segments of the state’s economy continue to mount. The House Majority Policy Committee, which I chair, convened two public hearings this week to take testimony from the retail sector, and the health care and social services sectors about the challenges they face in trying to recover from the pandemic.

On Wednesday, we met in Bensalem, Bucks County, for a discussion about impacts on the retail and hospitality industries, with testifiers indicating restaurants aren’t the only businesses suffering. According to the?PA Retailers Association, sporting goods sales are down 40%, electronics are down 60%, furniture is down 66% and clothing sales are down 89% compared to this time in 2019. Pen Ryn Estate, which hosted the hearing has postponed 180 weddings, affecting both their own business as well as other vendors involved in wedding receptions.

On Thursday, the committee met in Breinigsville, Lehigh County, for a hearing to discuss impacts on the health care and social services sectors. Common concerns raised by testifiers include the continued need for personal protective equipment (PPE), threats of frivolous lawsuits and skyrocketing costs for implementing measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

Both hearings offered valuable insight into measures the Legislature can take to help reopen the state’s economy safely. The hearings are available for viewing at www.PAHouseGOP.com.
 

Bill to Make School Sports, Activity Decisions Local Heads to Governor’s Desk

The state Senate has approved and sent to the governor’s desk a bill to ensure decisions about school sports and activities, including policies regarding spectators, are made at the local level.

The governor already granted local school officials the authority to make decisions about how best to approach student instruction this year. Since school sports and other activities are also part of our children’s educational experience, it makes sense for those decisions to be made at the local level as well.

House Bill 2787 would grant the governing authority of a school entity or nonpublic school the exclusive authority to determine whether to hold school sports and extracurricular activities in-person during the 2020-21 school year. Under the bill, school officials would be responsible for establishing safety protocols for permitting visitors and spectators to attend sports and in-person extracurricular activities; limits on gatherings for indoor and outdoor sports and in-person extracurricular activities to ensure social distancing; protocols for sports consistent with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Considerations for Youth Sports; and methods of ensuring that social distancing and other safety measures are in place for students, staff and spectators.
 

Discussing Forestry Industry


It was a great day to be out in the woods Tuesday talking about the state's forestry industry with the Allegheny Hardwoods Utilization Group! Pictured here in Kane are (from left) Fred Strathmeyer, deputy secretary, PA Department of Agriculture; Wayne Bender of the Hardwoods Development Council; Rep. Matt Gabler; me; Rep. Clint Owlett; and Cindy Adams Dunn, secretary, PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
 

State’s Bars, Restaurants Need Freedom to Open

The governor announced another round of changes to his COVID-19 restrictions for the state’s bars and restaurants earlier this week, but the changes provide little to no relief for these struggling businesses.

Staring Sept. 21, restaurants would be permitted to increase their indoor seating to 50% of capacity (instead of the current 25%). However, they’ll also have to go through a self-certification process in order to qualify to make the change. According to the governor, restaurants that self-certify will be included on a new statewide database to help consumers “make more informed choices about the food establishments they are looking to patronize.”

Another change ordered by the governor will require alcohol sales to close at 10 p.m. each evening.

Once again, the governor offered no explanation or data behind the timing of his changes or why stopping alcohol sales at 10 p.m. is expected to make a difference in the spread of COVID-19. It’s time to stop the unilateral decisions-making and statewide, blanket orders that are harming small businesses across the Commonwealth.

To read the governor’s announcement, click here.

A list of frequently asked questions about the self-certification process is available here.
 

Never Forget the Victims of Sept. 11, 2001

Today marks the 19th anniversary of one of the worst days in our nation’s history. On Sept. 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 men and women were killed in devastating terrorist attacks in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania.

The loved ones lost will be honored and remembered in observances across the country, including one at Pennsylvania’s own Flight 93 Memorial, near the site where one of the four planes hijacked that day crashed.

At the request of family members and in order to comply with COVID-19 safety measures, the observance at the Flight 93 Memorial will be held privately. However, it will be available to watch via live streaming.

Click here for details.
 

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Noting childhood cancer is the second leading cause of death in children under 15 years of age, the state House passed a resolution last week designating September 2020 as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

According to the American Cancer Society, more than 11,000 new cases of childhood cancer will be diagnosed in children under the age of 15 in the United States this year. While major treatment advancements have led to an overall five-year survival rate of 84%, this rate varies widely depending on the type of cancer and other factors.

House Resolution 962 is intended to bring awareness to childhood cancer, to encourage young Pennsylvanians who are fighting cancer, and to honor young people who have lost their lives to childhood cancer. The resolution also expresses gratitude to the doctors and nurses who provide special care to patients and families affected by childhood cancer and encourages all residents in this Commonwealth to join the fight against childhood cancer.
 


Elk Cam Now Live!

To help people across the state and beyond experience the wonder of the state’s elk population, the Pennsylvania Game Commission again has installed a camera on State Game Lands 311 in Elk County, in a field that typically is a hub of elk activity as the bugling season heats up.

The livestream, which is provided by HDOnTap and made possible with the help of the North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission, is the latest in a string of real-time wildlife-watching opportunities offered by the commission.

The stream can be accessed at www.pgc.pa.gov by clicking on the Elk Country Live Stream button. Viewers can expect not only to see elk, but also turkeys, deer and other wildlife. The stream is slated to run until the end of the bugling season, likely sometime in mid-October. The top time to see elk on camera is late in the afternoon.

McCABE PUBLISHES MEMOIR ABOUT YOUTHFUL MARRIAGE

BRADFORD, Pa. – In an unusual new memoir, Dr. Nancy McCabe, professor of writing at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, re-examines an ill-advised marriage undertaken in her youth.

“Can This Marriage Be Saved?” takes its title from one of the genre-bending essays woven together to create a picture of her marriage at the age of 20.

“The book is a series of chapters using extended metaphors and borrowed forms (a women’s magazine, quiz, an instruction manual, a school curriculum guide, notes for a Bible study),” McCabe explained. “The book examines my marriage and the events that led to it, including growing up in a neighborhood terrorized by a serial killer and the influence of a fundamentalist Christian upbringing.”

Excerpts from the book have previously appeared in other publications, including Newsweek, and been recognized twice by the annual Best American list of Notable Essays, a Pennsylvania Arts Council Grant, a Best of the Net nomination and a review in Brevity Magazine. The book was a recent NetGalley Homepage selection as well.

“Releasing a book in a pandemic is such a huge challenge, and this is a book written over the course of thirty years, so it was initially disappointing that the culmination of the experience is during such a difficult time,” she said. “But it’s also creating some opportunities for creative approaches and online events.”

Upcoming online events, all free and open to the public, include the following:

At 7 p.m. on Sept. 24, Carmichael’s Bookstore, an independent bookstore in Louisville, Ky., will host a conversation with McCabe and writer Michele Morano that will touch on writing about childhood and love, writing memoirs in essays and in borrowed forms.

At 7 p.m. Oct 1, McCabe and St. Marys native Rob Simbeck, whose new book, “The Southern Wildlife Watcher,” was recently released, will discuss their work in a virtual event sponsored by the Bradford Area Public Library.

On Oct. 15, Pittsburgh’s White Whale Bookstore will host a conversation between McCabe and Lori Jakiela on writing and healing.

From Nov. 18-20, McCabe will teach an online workshop on “Playing with Story Structure” focusing on creative writing using borrowed forms. The workshop is offered through Spalding University, but is open to enrollment by anyone interested in writing.

At 7 p.m. Dec. 10, McCabe will read as part of the InKY reading series, part of Louisville Literary Arts.

McCabe is a prolific essayist and author of six books, including five memoirs. Her book “From Little Houses to Little Women: Revisiting a Literary Childhood” was released as an Audible Audiobook in June. Her work has been featured in multiple anthologies and blogs. In addition to directing the writing program at Pitt-Bradford, she is also a professor of creative nonfiction and fiction at Spalding University’s low-residence Master of Fine Arts program.

She is available to visit local book clubs and speak to local organizations.

WELL ARMED WOMAN SHOOTING CHAPTER TO MEET THURSDAY, SEPT. 17

The Well Armed Woman Shooting Chapter, Tioga County, Pa. will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 17 outdoors at the Mill Cove Shooting Range in the Mill Cove Environmental Area at 3036 Mill Creek Road, Mansfield, Pa.

The meeting will open with a discussion about training and training events that will help the women enhance their shooting skills. Shooting practice will be from 6:30 p.m. to dusk. Marilyn Jones and Pat Butts are chapter co-leaders. The group is following Pennsylvania COVID-19 protocols.

New member applications will be available. Women who don't own a firearm and want more information before making a purchase or want to find out about joining the chapter are invited to contact Jones at 570-549-2794 or jones_mk@yahoo.com





OGH, BRMC foundations to host “A Girl’s Night IN!”

The Olean General Hospital and Bradford Regional Medical Center foundations will host “A Girl’s Night IN!” Oct. 8.

The live streaming event is being held in lieu of the long standing “A Girl’s Night Out” which was held annually at the Seneca Allegany Casino. All proceeds from the event will benefit local cancer care at BRMC and OGH.

“When we realized our popular event couldn’t happen in the same fashion because of the pandemic, with a hard working committee, we decided to get creative and come up with something the community could safely enjoy,” said Steve Jackson, president, OGH Foundation. “Through the vision of our staff and boards, ‘A Girl’s Night IN!’ was born.”

“I’m delighted that given the current social restrictions, we were able to rework the format and continue this worthy event,” said Francie Ambuske, executive director, Bradford Hospital Foundation. “As always, we are so grateful for the women who enjoy coming together while helping to advance much needed cancer care in our communities.”

The event will feature a variety of ways for people to participate. For $35, participants can pre-order dinner from one of four local restaurants to take home and enjoy. They will also receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win a customizable vacation package. The second way to participate includes bidding on online auctions which will be available from Oct. 1-8. There is no cost to preview auction items. Lastly, the public is invited to tune in from the comfort of their homes Oct. 8 starting at 6 p.m. The live stream event will feature live music, guest speakers, and a live handbag auction.

For more information, or to register, visit www.ogh.org, www.brmc.com, text UAHSGNI to 76278 or call 716/375-7377.

Fall ATV Ride September 19th


Blueprint course offered by Penn State DuBois Continuing and Community Education

DuBOIS, PA – Penn State DuBois Continuing and Community Education will offer a two-session course in November intended to train individuals in the reading and understanding of blueprints. “Basic Blueprint Reading” is designed for all personnel who need to understand the meaning of drawings/prints. Emphasis is placed on understanding multi-view relationships, symbology and conventional dimensioning and tolerancing methods. Numerous exercises involving the reading of prints will be utilized throughout the course. Participants are encouraged to bring their own prints for discussion.

Other key points that will be covered include finding your way around a drawing, drawing conventions, drawing format, title block, reading multi-view drawings, revision block, tolerances, drawing scale, three-dimensional drawings, projections, dimensions, and much more.

The fee for this class is $280 per person, with discounts available for companies who enroll four or more trainees.

Classes are planned for 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. on Monday, November 9, and 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 10, at the Community Education Center, 4 Erie Avenue, St. Marys.
To register, visit: https://register.outreach.psu.edu/search/publicCourseSectionDetails.do?method=load&sectionId=23363985
For more information, contact Penn State DuBois Continuing and Community Education at duboisoutreach@psu.edu or (814) 375-4715.

Clymer, Westfield Dispatched For Crash on Rt. 349

At 7:40 AM on Saturday, Clymer & Westfield Fire & EMS have been dispatched to 4754 Route 349 for a one vehicle crash into a porch with unknown injuries.

FIRST News Now
24m ·
MORNING CRASH INJURIES DRIVER
FNN Article © Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020.
SABINSVILLE, PA - Fire and ambulance crews from Clymer Hose Company out of Sabinsville and fire crews from Crary Hose Company out of Westfield all responded to a single vehicle accident Saturday morning, September 12, 2020, in Clymer Township.
The accident was reported around 7:40AM at 4754 Route 349. Reports indicated that a vehicle had struck a porch at that location.
Fire personnel arrived on scene around 7:47AM and confirmed on person was injured in the crash.
FNN would learn that a 67-year-old male driver suffered injuries and was transported by ambulance to UPMC Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital in Wellsboro, PA., for treatment of his injuries.
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the cause of this crash.
White's Towing removed the vehicle from the crash scene sometime after 8:30AM.
All fire crews were cleared once the vehicle was towed away.

Portville Dispatched To Structure Fire At Fibercell

At 1:50 AM on Saturday, Portville Fire Department has been dispatched to Fibercell on Brooklyn Street for a structure fire. Heavy smoke is reported showing.
Town of Olean, Westons Mills to the scene. Shinglehouse to Portville for standby. 

Portville Fire District - Engine Company #1
3h ·
This morning just before 2 Engine Company #1 was dispatched for a reported structure fire at Fibercel Packaging. Upon arrival of Portville Chief he declared a working industrial fire with heavy smoke showing. He requested an Engine and interior from Westons and Town of Olean and Fast team and Ladder from Olean City. Allegany was also requested for interior firefighters. Engine 48 was first arriving engine and took initial attack stretching two 1 3/4 attack lines. Initial attack found heavy fire, but with the aggressive attack Crews were able to knock the majority of the fire down quickly. Crews remained on scene doing mop up duties for a couple of hours and returned into service around 5:30.
Units on scene :
PFD:
E-48
TA-126
RESCUE 46
EM-202
ALL CHIEFS
WESTONS:
E-55
UT-263
TOWN OF OLEAN:
E-36
OLEAN CITY:
E-40
LA-164
ALLEGANY:
E-31
SHINGLEHOUSE PROVIDED STAND BY COVERAGE FOR ENGINE COMPANY #1 WHILE WE OPERATED AT THE INCIDENT.

Potter County Commissioners Will Be Accepting Applications For A Full Time IT Services Administrator

Truck-Lite Hiring Full Time Assemblers

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

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Oswayo Borough Taking Sealed Bids For Snow Plowing and Sanding

HUGE AUCTION SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th - 1PM At Burkhouse Auction House


Friday, September 11, 2020

CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR BARABARA J COBB BOOTHSBY

BARABARA J COBB BOOTHSBY
MAMA CELEBRATION OF LIFE WILL BE TOMORROW SEPTEMBER 12 AT THE GRANGE HALL IN SWEDEN VALLEY

Roulette Ambulance to River Street

At 9:07 PM on Friday, Roulette Ambulance dispatched to River Street for a person fallen.

REMEMBER Photo by Laurie Garrigan


Randolph EMS is Responding for a Car vs Motorcycle MVA

Tri - County Alarms
9m ·
Cattaraugus County: Randolph EMS is Responding to Allegany Road & Hardscrabble Road for a Car vs Motorcycle MVA.

Farm Show Tomorrow At The Klein Family Century Farm

DON'T FORGET
Farm Show tomorrow the 12th at Klein Family Century Farm
in Mina, PA 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.

One of the best items this year will be the Oil Field Power display

Steam Engine has returned, all spiffed up and newly certified - Ready to run!



Norwich Dispatched For Crash On Rt. 46

At 6:05 PM on Friday, Norwich Township Fire Dept. has been dispatched to a vehicle crash near 10258 Rt. 46.

Reese Bill to Ensure Local Control on School Sports, Activity Decisions Heads to Governor’s Desk

House Bill 2787 would grant the governing authority of a school entity or nonpublic school with exclusive authority to determine whether to hold school sports and extracurricular activities in-person during the 2020-21 school year. School officials would be responsible for establishing safety protocols for permitting visitors and spectators to attend sports and in-person extracurricular activities; limits on gatherings for indoor and outdoor sports and in-person extracurricular activities to ensure social distancing; protocols for sports consistent with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Considerations for Youth Sports; and methods of ensuring that social distancing and other safety measures are in place for students, staff and spectators.

PA Permit Violation Issued to RANGE RESOURCES APPALACHIA LLC


PA Permit Violation Issued to RANGE RESOURCES APPALACHIA LLC in Snow Shoe Twp, Centre County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 09/08/2020 to RANGE RESOURCES APPALACHIA LLC in Snow Shoe Twp, Centre county. 78.91(a) - PLUGGING - GENERAL PROVISIONS - Upon abandoning a well, the owner or operator failed to plug the well to stop the vertical flow of fluids or gas within the well bore under 25 Pa. Code 78.92-78.98 or an approved alternate method.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-09-08 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Shippen Twp


SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Shippen Twp Township
Description: SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC reports drilling started on 9/3/2020 at site SRC WT 5040 379H 53539 in Shippen Twp township, Cameron county
Incident Date/Time: 2020-09-03 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling
SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Shippen Twp Township
Description: SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC reports drilling started on 9/3/2020 at site SRC WT 5040 372HU 53466 in Shippen Twp township, Cameron county
Incident Date/Time: 2020-09-03 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling
SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Shippen Twp Township
Description: SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC reports drilling started on 9/3/2020 at site SGL WT 5040 375HU 53535 in Shippen Twp township, Cameron county
Incident Date/Time: 2020-09-03 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling
SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Shippen Twp Township
Description: SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC reports drilling started on 9/2/2020 at site SRC WT 5040 378H 53538 in Shippen Twp township, Cameron county
Incident Date/Time: 2020-09-02 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling
SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Shippen Twp Township
Description: SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC reports drilling started on 9/2/2020 at site SRC WT 5040 377HU 53537 in Shippen Twp township, Cameron county
Incident Date/Time: 2020-09-02 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling
SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Shippen Twp Township
Description: SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC reports drilling started on 9/2/2020 at site SRC WT 5040 376HU 53536 in Shippen Twp township, Cameron county
Incident Date/Time: 2020-09-02 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling
SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Shippen Twp Township
Description: SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC reports drilling started on 9/2/2020 at site SRC WT 5040 374HU 53468 in Shippen Twp township, Cameron county
Incident Date/Time: 2020-09-02 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling
SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Shippen Twp Township
Description: SENECA RESOURCES CO LLC reports drilling started on 9/2/2020 at site SRC WT 5040 373HU 53467 in Shippen Twp township, Cameron county
Incident Date/Time: 2020-09-02 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling

Residents Near UPMC Lock Haven Advised To Shelter In Place

Clinton County Department of Emergency Services
17m ·
For immediate release

9/11/20 4:45pm
Residents living in the area surrounding UPMC Lock Haven, East of Canal Street, West of Summit St, North of Woods Ave, & South of Glenn Rd., are advised to shelter in place, stay indoors, close all windows, and turn off air conditioning units. 

Due to additional fire mitigation efforts, excessive smoke may be released into the air affecting the surrounding area. This advisory is in effect until 7:00pm 9/11/2020. For updates please refer to Clinton County Department of Emergency Services’ Facebook page and local media outlets.

I-86 Closed Westbound Due To Serious Crash

At  5:00 PM on Friday, Allegany Fire Dept. has been dispatched to shut down I-86 Westbound at MM 68 for a serious motor vehicle accident. Mercyflight is en route to the scene. Limestone is on scene. 

Eastbound lane was closed for Mercyflight. They are airborne & Eastbound lanes are now open.

CLOSED: I-86 westbound is closed from Exit 24 to Exit 23, due to a crash at 4:55pm for up to 6hrs, Town of Carrollton, Cattaraugus Co. 

6:10 PM--CLEARED: I-86 westbound is now open from Exit 24 to Exit 23, Town of Carrollton, Cattaraugus Co.

ELK HUNTING BEGINS SEPT. 12

The earlier-starting squirrel season also will put more hunters afield this weekend.

Pennsylvania’s elk hunting season kicks off Saturday, Sept. 12 with the archery elk season, in which 26 hunters selected by lottery will be spread across nine of the 14 Elk Hunt Zones within the state’s elk range. Ten of those hunters are in pursuit of bulls, while 16 are hunting antlerless elk.

The season runs until Saturday, Sept. 26.

The November general season, Nov. 2 through 7, will follow, with 26 hunters pursuing bulls and 78 hunting antlerless elk across 13 zones. Another 34 elk hunters will take part in an antlerless-only late season, which will run from Jan. 2 through Jan. 9, 2021.

As elk-hunting opportunities continue to grow, hunting continues to become a bigger part of the public’s enjoyment of elk, a precious wildlife resource, Pennsylvania Game Commission Elk Biologist Jeremy Banfield said.

“Those who are drawn for elk licenses truly will get to experience the hunt of a lifetime pursuing world-class animals in Pennsylvania, and it can’t get any more exciting than the archery season, when bulls are keyed up in competition with one another, and close encounters are a must for harvest success,” Banfield said.

Saturday, Sept. 12 also marks the new, earlier opening of the statewide squirrel season, the first segment of which runs until Nov. 27. Mourning doves and Canada geese are among the other species popular with hunters, with seasons open at the time the elk archery season starts.

Potter County Commissioners Meeting Minutes From August 27, 2020