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Saturday, November 28, 2020

Canaseraga Fire & Ambulances Dispatched For Rollover Crash with Entrapment & Injuries


At 9:50 PM on Saturday, Canaseraga Fire & EMS have been dispatched to the area of 11608 SR 70 for an SUV rollover accident with entrapment & injuries. One occupant is reported unconscious.

Morris Dispatched For Fire Alarm


At 8:55 PM on Saturday, Morris Fire Dept. has been dispatched to  Grangers Lane for an activated fire alarm. Officer on scene reports fireplace damper was closed causing smoke in the residence.


Santa Came To Town Today in Coudersport


Allegany County Records 1,061 Covid 19 Cases; 18 New; 42 Deaths


Elkland Dispatched to Possible Natural Gas Leak

At 2:41 PM on Saturday, Elkland Fire & Valley Ambulance have been dispatched to the laundromat for a possible natural gas leak.

Allegany Dispatched for 2 Vehicle Crash at Home Depot

 At 12:23 PM on Saturday, Allegany Fire & EMS dispatched to Home Depot parking lot for a 2 vehicle crash.

Coudersport Ambulance to Buffalo Street

At 12:21 PM on Saturday,  Coudersport ambulance dispatched to Buffalo Street for a woman fallen with a head injury.

Ridgway Fire, Ambulance Crews Locate & Assist Disabled Hunter

Ridgway Ambulance Corporation
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Today's adventures in Rural EMS. Ridgway Ambulance assisted Ridgway Fire Department with a citizen assist. 

Ridgway Ambulance Utility 424 was utilized to help pull a hunter and his side by side out of a deep mud hole. The hunter is disabled and uses his side by side to get to his hunting spot and due to some large mud holes he tried to use the high side of the trail and got stuck and was unable to get free from the high bank. 

Today was a great use of cell phone, radio and GPS location to locate the hunter within an hour of him calling for help. He was able to move and continue on his way. 

With today being the 1st day of Rifle season in PA, we would like to remind you to always be prepared just in case you get stuck out in the elements. Good luck to all the hunters out there today.

Newly Remodeled Two Bedroom Apartment For Rent In Port Allegany


Coudersport Legion Post 192 To Remain Closed Until December 16th


Clymer, Westfield Dispatched for Motor Home Fire

At 11:22 AM on Saturday, Clymer Fire Dept has been dispatched to the intersection of Rt. 349 & Summit Ridge Road for a fully involved motor home fire. 

Westfield requested to respond with a tanker.

SATURDAY A.M. UPDATE: Most New Cases Are In Coudersport Area

There were 445 new coronavirus cases diagnosed in the region between Wednesday and Friday, including 22 more cases in Potter County. Potter’s total case count stood at 199 entering Friday with three fatalities. 

Active case count in Potter County — those diagnosed over the past two weeks — has more than doubled in one week and stands at more than 110. 

Some 14 of the 22 cases diagnosed on Wednesday and Thursday were in the Coudersport area. There were also two each in the Austin, Shinglehouse and Genesee areas; and one each in Roulette and Harrison Township.

Also between Wednesday and Friday, there were 90 more cases and eight more deaths in Tioga County; 22 more cases in McKean; 58 more cases in Clinton; 28 more cases and two more fatalities in Elk; 142 more cases and two more deaths in Lycoming; 39 more cases and two more fatalities in Cattaraugus County, N.Y., 39 more cases in Allegany County, N. Y., and two more cases in Cameron County. 

Most recent total numbers are as follows: Cattaraugus, 997 cases and 24 deaths; Allegany, 1,013 cases and 52 fatalities; Tioga, 922 cases, 19 fatalities; McKean, 444 cases, 4 fatalities; Lycoming, 1,982 cases, 38 deaths; Cameron, 25 cases; Clinton, 647 cases, 11 fatalities; and Elk, 509 cases, 6 deaths.

A recent U.S. Centers for Disease Control model has found that the actual number of COVID-19 infections in the U.S. could be about eight times as much as the total reported cases. Details can be found here

Meanwhile, three testing sites for the COVID-19 coronavirus remain available in Coudersport. In addition to the testing site at UPMC Cole for physician-referred patients, tests are also being administered at Buchanan Brothers Pharmacy (visit the website here or call 1-800-635-8611 to complete an eligibility assessment) and Rite Aid Pharmacy (visit the website here or call 814-274-0439).

Weekend Events


11-28 2nd Annual Christmas In A Small Town

11-28 2nd Annual Christmas In A Small Town

11-28 Barbara Moscato Library Cards For The Troops

11-28 Barbara Moscato Library Cards For The Troops


 McKean County, Pa.:  Research by the Kinzua Quality Deer Cooperative (KQDC) shows that deer numbers are up on the 73,000 acres of public and private lands located between Bradford and Warren Pennsylvania.  But, what kind of research goes into making that determination?  And can hunters help?

The Kinzua Quality Deer Cooperative is a combination of landowners all working together to allow hunter access to their properties AND using their personnel and hunter volunteers to collect data throughout the year to inform the best decisions about the health of the deer herd.  The KQDC is located just north of the village of Westline and extends north through Marshburg on SR 59 to near Bradford and the New York State Line.

The KQDC has conducted deer surveys on the area for 20 years.  The deer surveys cover habitat assessments, population estimates, check station data, trail camera pictures, hunter vehicle counts, buck/doe ratios, and doe/fawn ratios – and all of this data is collected at different times of the year.

Population estimates:  Every year company foresters and KQDC staff walks hundreds of miles during a late winter or early spring survey to estimate the number of deer that remain after the hunting seasons have ended.

Habitat assessment:  Researchers also document the levels of deer browse by vegetation species, and the availability of browse throughout the area.

Check station operation:  Check station operation is for three to four days every year during the firearms deer season in late November to early December.  Deer age, weights, and antler size is documented every year.  Some years, other data are also collected for deer health.

Trail camera operation:  Trail cameras are placed throughout the summer and early fall to document does, fawns, and bucks.

Hunter vehicle counts are done the first two days of the firearms deer season and involve a simple tally of two driving routes north and south of SR 59.

The research covers lands of the Alleghany National Forest, Bradford Watershed Authority, Collins Pines/Kane Hardwoods, Conservation Forestry, and Ram Forest Products.   Research is conducted with assistance from Generations Forestry of Kane, Collins Pine of Kane, and Commonwealth Forestry, and the Allegheny NF.              

What has the research documented?   Deer weight and antler size has increased over the past 20 years, meaning that deer habitat has improved, and the number of deer is in better balance with food.

How can HUNTERS help?  Bring your deer to the check station on the days we are open.  If you harvest a deer in any other season, make certain you report your harvest.  Good harvest information is necessary to properly manage deer health and populations.  Hunters are vital to this effort.

The deer check station on SR 59 at Timberdoodle Flats will be open from 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, November 28, 29, and 30 and also on Saturday, December 5th 2020.  Hunters who bring their deer to the check station will receive a raffle ticket for cash prizes.

The KQDC is almost 75,000 acres of public and private lands managed to improve deer populations and habitat.  The land is west of Bradford and north of Kane in McKean County.  The cooperators are Sand County Foundation, Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau, Allegheny National Forest, Bradford Water Authority, Conservation Forestry, Collins Pine Co. (Kane Hardwood), and RAM Forest Products.  Additional information can be obtained at or KQDC.


Photo by John Eaton
Bill Paulmier (shown) will open the TU Chapter #688 Zoom meeting with a fly tying demonstration.

At 6:30 p.m., this coming Tuesday, Dec. 1, Trout Unlimited Tiadaghton Chapter #688 based in Wellsboro is meeting via Zoom. Officers, members and the public are invited to attend. 

This Zoom meeting will open with a fly tying demonstration by TU member Bill Paulmier who will show how to tie a quill body sulfur parachute dry fly. The regular business meeting will follow. 

"We will go through the agenda items," said Jere White, chapter president. On the agenda are updates about members planting trees in the greenway along Marsh Creek to assist Tyler Upham, Tioga County Conservation District watershed specialist; the chapter's Embrace A Stream Long Run grant project; the 2021 Fly Fishing Film Tour fundraiser; the 2021 Blast and Cast Raffle drawing and other business. 

"We are continuing to follow TU National's coronavirus guidelines by not meeting indoors," said White.

For more information, call 570-662-2167 or email

Patricia A. Barber, 79, of Third St., Roulette, PA.

Patricia A. Barber
Patricia A. Barber, 79, of Third St., passed away Tuesday (Nov.24, 2020) in UPMC Hamot, Erie, PA.
 Born July 13, 1941, in Costello, PA, she was a daughter of Glenn and Clara Chase Wykoff.  On Oct. 29, 1960, in Port Allegany, she married Anthony A. Barber, who died July 17, 1995.
Patricia was a lifetime resident of the area and worked for Hamlin’s Department Store in Port Allegany, and later with Bill’s Kendall in Roulette, before her retirement.
She was a member of the Women of the Moose, Lodge 460, Port Allegany, life member of the Roulette Fire Department Auxiliary and the VFW, Post 6391 Auxiliary of Port Allegany.
She enjoyed spending time with her family, spoiling her dog “Peanut”, playing cards with friends at the Coudersport Senior Center, playing Bingo and taking trips to the casino.
Surviving are two daughters, Toni A. (Mark) Maille of Shinglehouse, Robin L. (Tracy) Kaziska of Roulette; 6 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, two brothers, James R. Wykoff and Emery (Mary Jane) Wykoff both of Dubois, PA; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Anthony, a son, James R. Barber, four brothers, Dale, Dennis, Glenn, and Donald Wykoff; and a sister, Harriett Chase.
Private visitation and graveside services will be held at the convenience of the family.
Memorials can be made to the Roulette Fire Department or the VFW Post 6391, Port Allegany.
     Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Switzer Funeral Home, Port Allegany.
Condolences can be made to:  
Robin A. Kaziska 
4 Third St.
Roulette, PA. 16746

One Car Crash Caused By A Falling Tree Limb On Old Kersey RD. In Fox TWP.


30 New Covid-19 Cases in Allegany County


Ridgway PSP Investigating An Assault In Ridgway TWP.


The 557 Boy Scouts are collecting deer hides

 The 557 Boy  Scouts are collecting deer hides again this year, please remove head and legs and place the hide in the barrel at 2015 Route 44 between Coneville and Clara Road

Please share so we can help our scouts

Turtlepoint Man Cited For Trespass In Annin TWP.


Wellsboro Man Charged With DUI Following A Crash On RT. 6 In Richmond TWP.


Garage Sale Friday And Saturday On 605 W. Main Street In Elkland


Friday, November 27, 2020

Shinglehouse Ambulance to Rt. 44 North


At 3:52 PM on Friday, Shinglehouse ambulance has been called to Rt. 44 in Ceres Township for a patient with altered mental status & difficulty breathing.

Allegany County Hart Comfort House...needs your "likes" in national event

Siemens Energy (once the former Dresser Rand) is sponsoring the national Positive Energy Contest. Not-For-Profit organizations were requested to submit a sixty-second video on why they should win up to $10,000. Since the beginning, the Allegany County Hart Comfort House  in Wellsville dominated...then it was neck and neck with TSR Health from Stafford, Texas. In the last couple of days, TRS has taken a 40,000 vote/"like" lead. 

DO NOT BECOME DISCOURAGED. Continue to vote...go to - and look for the Hart House. 


PLEASE...share this message with your friends, family and anyone you know from Allegany County. There is still plenty of time to submit your "like." Watch the video in case you are not familiar with the Hart House. It is an end of life house, operated primarily by volunteers. Please...'like' the house every single day! Thank you.

Scott B. Bloomgren, 63, of Bradford, PA

Scott B. Bloomgren

 Scott B. Bloomgren, 63, of Bradford, PA, passed away on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 at his home surrounded by his loving family after a courageous 10 year battle with cancer.

He was born on September 28, 1957 in Warren, a son of the late Robert and Martha Henry Bloomgren.

He was a 1975 graduate of the Bradford Area High School.

On September 3, 2004 in Limestone, NY, he married Brenda L. Hurley; who survives.

Scott was a member, Past Worthy President and one of the Board of Directors for the Bradford Eagles Club.  A member of the Eagle Riders, the American Legion Post 108 and a member of the Frances Sherman Auxiliary to the Bradford VFW Post 212.  

He was a volunteer driver for the DAV; he took a great amount of pleasure from driving the areas veterans to medical appointments and listening to their stories.  He was a proud participant of the Ride for Roswell; where he was a peloton rider one day and a participant in the Family ride the next day.  He was an Ambassador for the Roswell Park Urology Department and an advocate for Bristol Meyer by talking at their workshops at various cities around the country.  

He enjoyed spending time with his friends and family and he especially loved watching his grandchildren compete in various activities.  He loved that the younger generation of friends and family affectionately stopped calling him Scott and began referring to him as Papa, Pops, Pop pop or Papa Bear.

Prior to his cancer diagnosis Scott was a Lumber Grader at Bradford Forest Products.  After his diagnosis his volunteering with the DAV became his new “job”.

In addition to his wife of sixteen years, Brenda Bloomgren of Bradford, he is also survived by four children, Sonja (Dennis) Wineberg of Rew, Mindy Winship of Bradford, Kevin (Jackie) Winship of Limestone, NY and Nick (Victoria) Pire of Bradford; one brother, Chip (Barbara) Bloomgren of Steep Falls, ME; nine grandchildren, Darian and Chase Wineberg, Troy, Tommy and Jillian Winship, Keith and Jaz Watts and Jake and Emma Pire; and several nieces and nephews.

A public celebration of Scott’s life will be announced in the Spring.

Memorial contributions in his memory can be made to the Roswell Park Alliance Foundation, PO Box 644, Buffalo, NY 14240-0644 or the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN  38105.

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

Online Condolences can be expressed at

Michael T. “T-Bone” Timblin, 69, of Hazelhurst, PA

Michael T. “T-Bone” Timblin

Michael T. “T-Bone” Timblin, 69, of Hazelhurst, PA, passed away unexpectedly at his home Thursday (November 26, 2020).
Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced with a full obituary by the Hartle-Tarbox Funeral Homes, Inc., Smethport.

Allegany County Covid-19 Cases by Town & Zip Code

 The Allegany County Department of Health is pleased to announce the distribution of town and zip code maps with corresponding tables.  

The data represented on the maps and in the tables are as of November 24, 2020,and will be updated periodically for the public.  

The maps and tables represent the positive COVID-19 cases in Allegany County and are for informational purposes only.  Please note, the novel coronavirus depends on people not just data in a table or on a map.  

The novel coronavirus  is community spread and these numbers represent those  who  have  tested  positive.    

We  know  there  are  many  individuals  that  may  be  asymptomatic  in  the communities we live in that may also have the virus or those who may have been ill but never were tested. 

We ask that if you are feeling ill, please stay home and out of the public, self-isolate, get tested, and help us stop the spread.

Little Things Mean A Lot

Small actions can have a big impact. 💜 

Do your part in slowing the spread of COVID-19 in your community by masking up whenever you leave your home. Let's get through this together.

Coudersport Ambulance to North Street

 At 1:09 PM on Friday, Coudersport ambulance has been dispatched for a patient with AMS on North Street.

Turned over to Roulette Ambulance.

Owlett Bill to Combat Ongoing Opioid Crisis Now Law

HARRISBURG – Rep. Clint Owlett’s (R-Tioga/ Bradford/Potter) bill to help the Commonwealth fight the opioid epidemic has been signed into law by the governor.

House Bill 616, now Act 117 of 2020, places the drug carfentanil on the list of Schedule II controlled substances. The designation severely restricts availability of the drug and makes it illegal to possess or distribute it without a license or a prescription.

“The best way to combat opioid abuse is to stop it before it starts, and that’s what we are aiming to do with this new law,” Owlett said. “Restricting access to this dangerous drug will help keep it out of our communities and, more importantly, prevent it from taking precious lives.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, carfentanil is 10,000 times stronger than morphine and 100 times more powerful than fentanyl. It is commonly used as a tranquilizer for large animals, such as elephants. It is unsafe for human use, and even a very small dose can be lethal. It can come in a number of forms, including powder, blotter paper, tablets, patch and spray. Some forms can be absorbed through the skin or accidentally inhaled. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration warns first responders to have respirators available when handling the drug.

Owlett noted the state secretary of Health has taken steps to place carfentanil on the Schedule II list as a temporary measure under the emergency authority created by the passage of Act 37 of 2016. However, given the drug’s lethality, legislation making the listing permanent is a necessity.

“I’d like to thank my predecessor, Rep. Matt Baker, for initially proposing this legislation,” Owlett said. “I’m pleased to help finish the good work he started.”

The law takes effect immediately.


Photo by John Eaton
Dressed Victorian style, Laura Goodhart (shown) will welcome visitors to tour the Goodhart's Inn on Central.

Jeff and Laura Goodhart, owners of Goodhart's Inn on Central, are inviting the public to an open house at their bed and breakfast at 49 Central Avenue in Wellsboro.

For the open house, the Goodharts, dressed Victorian style, will welcome guests from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 5 and from 10 a.m. to noon on Sunday, Dec. 6, and during Christmas on Main Street from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 11; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 12; and 10 a.m. to noon Sunday, Dec. 13.

"We officially opened the inn on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019. In September when I returned to work, we had guests on weekends only. We were really busy," said Laura.

"We basically did the same thing this year except we were open all summer. Just like last year, we shut down a couple of weeks ago so we could decorate the inn for Christmas."

During the open house, Christmas music will be playing on a VIctrola and on display will be Shiny Brite ornaments.

Visitors who tour the inn will see how the couple has not only retained the home's original Victorian character but enhanced it with antique furniture and other period décor that return it to the look of the 1800s, when it was originally built.

The Goodharts have decorated six live evergreen trees ranging from seven to nine feet tall depending on the height of the ceiling in the room where each is located. "Every tree has a specific theme," Laura explained.

"Guests will be treated to our signature hot chocolate and light snacks and receive an engraved ornament, similar in appearance to one of the gas lights that line Wellsboro's boulevards," Laura said. Admission is $5. 

Those who go on the tour are asked to wear masks and social distance. 

For more information about Goodhart's Inn, visit

Progress On Proposed Market Village/Farmers Market Project in Coudersport

Potter County Today

Progress continues on a proposal to establish an open-air retail center on a vacant lot in downtown Coudersport. It’s a project of the Revitalize Potter County Steering Committee and the county’s Planning Commission. 

County officials emphasize that the plan is merely a proposal, subject to public input and a number of elements – including funding – falling into place. The committee has been working with an architect to develop renderings for a “market village/farmers market” on a county-owned lot at the corner of East Second and North East streets. 

A $4,500 grant from the Pennsylvania Wilds Planning Team paid for the services of a landscape architect/engineer, who has been conducting a feasibility study and developing a conceptual design.

Steering committee co-chairs Will Hunt and Ellen Russell describe the proposed development as a semi-permanent “village” with multiple short-term rental spaces. Retail space would complement the Potter County Farmers Market, with short-term occupants marketing agricultural goods, prepared food, locally crafted items or other products. It would be modeled after the successful Tionesta Market Village in Forest County.

The committee envisions the lot becoming a gathering place where live music and other entertainment or educational programs could be presented. Similar open-air markets could be developed in Galeton, Ulysses, Roulette and other Potter County towns. Community organizations, such as chambers of commerce, would be contacted to partner with the committee.

Rentals would be available at low fees. The market village could serve as an incubator for new businesses. It would provide an opportunity for entrepreneurs and small business owners to “pilot” their business idea, without running the large risk associated with a storefront. 

Once the business proves to be successful, the hope is it would move into an empty storefront to help revitalize the business district. A marketing plan calls occupants of the mini-village to direct visiting shoppers to established downtown businesses.

Potter County Planning Commission members will review the plans at their next public business meeting, to be held at 3 pm on Tuesday, Dec. 8, after which the project will be open to public input, Meanwhile, the steering committee is investigating grant opportunities in the even that the plan gets a green light.

Causer Effort to Boost Broadband Funding Now Law

HARRISBURG – Rep. Martin Causer’s (R-Cameron/McKean/Potter) proposal to help boost broadband access in the state’s most rural communities has been signed into law.

“The pandemic has shown us time and again that broadband access is a necessity, not a luxury,” Causer said. “Our students and teachers need it to improve educational opportunities. Businesses need it to stay competitive and better serve their customers. And our doctors and patients need it to improve access to health care.”

Act 132 of 2020 creates the Unserved High-Speed Broadband Funding Program to provide grants in support of broadband expansion in areas most in need of these services. Initial funding comes from a repeal of the $5 million Mobile Telecommunications Broadband Investment Tax Credit, though the law calls for supplementing the $5 million with additional state or federal funds.

The grant program will be administered by the Commonwealth Financing Authority. Eligible applicants for this program include nongovernmental entities with the ability to operate broadband services through wireline or fixed wireless technology, which can include rural electric cooperatives and local development districts. At least 25% of funding for a project must come from the nongovernmental entity, not counting state or local grants, loans or subsidies. Projects to be managed or operated by a government entity are ineligible to receive grant funds and projects resulting in an overbuild would not be eligible. Buildout in areas with high-speed broadband service already will constitute an overbuild.

Preference will be given to projects in the most unserved areas of the Commonwealth as defined by the Federal Communications Commission’s minimum speed requirements and to projects that already have federal funding allocated to them.

Causer’s House Bill 2348 was amended into Senate Bill 835, which was signed into law as Act 132. The law takes effect immediately.

This is the second major pro-broadband measure to become law this fall. Act 98 of 2020 will help clear the way for rural electric cooperatives, cable companies or any entity that wants to run broadband cable to provide the service using the existing infrastructure and easements held by rural electric cooperatives. The law effectively cuts through some of the red tape that was slowing down the pace and driving up the cost of broadband expansion.


Photo by Sean Minnick
Pictured in this photograph is a cardinal. They and other birds, such as the goldfinch, robin, bald eagle, black-capped chickadee and Canada goose live in Tioga County year-round and are counted if seen during the Christmas Bird Counts. 

The Tiadaghton Audubon Society, based in Wellsboro, is hosting two Christmas Bird Counts this winter. The Cowanesque Circle bird count will be on Saturday, Dec. 19 and the annual Wellsboro-Mansfield Circle bird count on Friday, Jan. 1, 2021. 

By Saturday, Dec. 12, those interested in taking part in one or both of these bird counts are asked to sign up by emailing or calling Tiadaghton Audubon Society members Sean or Robin Minnick at 570-948-9052. "Anyone interested is welcome to call me or my wife for more information," said Sean. Both the Cowanesque and Mansfield-Wellsboro Circle bird count volunteers will get their area assignments via email. 

Each individual count is performed in a "count circle" with a diameter of 15 miles. At least 10 volunteers are needed per circle. Each participant will count every bird they see as he/she/they follow their assigned route.

The Cowanesque Circle is centered on Cowanesque Lake and has a radius of 7.5 miles, which covers the following areas: North - Pinnacle State Park in N.Y.; South - Ives Run Campground; West - Osceola; and East - East Lawrence Road and Woodford Road. 

The Wellsboro-Mansfield Circle is centered on the intersection of Whitneyville and Charleston roads with a radius of 7.5 miles, covering the following areas: North - Ives Run Campground; South - Arnot and South Elk Road; West - Route 6 and Heise Run Road; and East - Mansfield University. 

"We are looking for experienced birders to help with these counts," said Sean Minnick. "Normally, we would pair a novice with an experienced birder but this year because of COVID-19 both counts are being done with no interaction between those doing the counting."

People who have never participated before but are interested and comfortable with going out on their own are welcome to help," Minnick said. "It might be fun for a family or people living in the same household to participate together."

It is not necessary to be a member of either the Tiadaghton or the National Audubon Society to participate in the Audubon's Christmas Bird Count, which occurs across America between Dec. 14 and Jan. 5 every year. Tioga County, through the Tiadaghton Audubon Society, has been represented in the count every year since 1968.

Frank Chapman started the Christmas Bird Census in 1900. Today, this community science project is an important resource and tool for conservation.

Ridgway Woman Charged With DUI And Endangering The Welfare Of A Child In Fox TWP.


Ridgway Man Charged With Drug Possession In Fox TWP.


DUI Charges Pending In Ridgway Boro


Farmer's Market & Christmas in a Small Town is Saturday in Coudersport

Shop small and shop local. Support your local businesses this Saturday 11/28 at the new Indoor Fall Farmers Market along with the 2nd Annual Christmas in a Small Town. The Potter County Farmers Market will be at the Riley Gallery next to the Hotel Crittenden starting at 10 am. Vendors participating are...

GINNY'S REFLEXOLOGY plans to offer mini sessions and sell magnetic products that help with arthritis and joint pains. And face masks for $5 or 5 for $20.

ALPACA CREATIONS will be joining on Saturday with all new alpaca yarns,  socks, insoles, hand knit apparel. Bird nesting balls & dryer balls are all great Christmas gifts. Credit Cards accepted.

MAHLON Wood Arts and new items.

BLUE MARBLE FARM will have Romaine Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce Mix, Rainbow Carrots, Salad Turnips, Brussel Sprouts, Winter Squash and more. Accepting FMNP Checks.

Come on in and shop with us on Saturday the 28th.

Dui Charges Pending In Jones TWP.


Country Boy Excavation & Demo Can Do What You Need


Eulalia TWP. Has Two Galvanized Steel Doors For Sale


Garage Sale Friday And Saturday On 605 W. Main Street In Elkland


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

Morgan Advanced Materials is currently seeking qualified candidates to fill off-shift openings for the position of Master Mechanic at the Coudersport, PA facility


Sylvania TWP. Is Accepting Bids For A Truck And Cinder Spreader


Coudersport Consistory 2021 Giant Gun Raffle