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Saturday, April 24, 2021

Corydon, Bradford Twp. Called to Wildfire

At 5:18 PM on Saturday, Bradford Township Fire Dept. dispatched to assist Corydon Township with a wildfire on North Country Trail.

Westfield, Clymer Dispatched for 2 Vehicle Crash

 At 5:06 PM on Saturday, Westfield, Clymer & ambulance have been called to Rt. 349 & Waddles Run Road for a 2 vehicle crash.

Bolivar Dispatched to Wildfire on Deer Creek Road

At 3:40 PM on Saturday, Bolivar has been dispatched to an outside fire at 8416 Deer Creek Road.

PA Senator Cris Dush 25th District Mission Report


Senator Cris Dush E-Newsletter

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In This Update:

  • Area Communities to Receive More Than $3.8 Million in State Funding for Local Projects
  • Senators Continue to Highlight What a YES Vote Means on May 18
  • Senators Call on Governor to Halt Unilateral Action on Carbon Tax
  • Hearings Examining Governor’s Budget Proposal Conclude
  • Senate Votes to Extend Program Helping Schools Find Substitute Teachers
  • Protecting the First Amendment Rights of Teachers
  • Comments on 2020 General Election Due by Friday, April 30
  • Read his report.....................

Roulette Dispatched For Wildfire

At 2:20 PM on Saturday, Roulette Fire Dept. has been dispatched to Buckler Drive behind the warehouse for a wildfire.

Smethport Ambulance to Fairground Road for ATV Accident Victim

At 2:18 PM on Saturday, Smethport Ambulance has been dispatched to Fairground Road & Aqua Drive for an ATV accident. Patient has a head injury,

Morris Dispatched To Wildfire

At 1:25 PM on Saturday, Morris Fire Dept. dispatched to 12199 Route 287 in Cogan House Township for a wildfire.

Kinzua Bridge State Park

Saturday Morning Bird Walks
May 1, 15, 22, & 29 (8:30 a.m.)

Bring your own binoculars to look for birds while hiking around the park and out on the bridge!  It’s healthy too! Meet in front of the visitor center. As with all programs, you must wear a mask and practice social distancing.

Wild & Wonderful Woodcocks
Virtual Program
Monday May 3 (6:30 p.m.)

What do Timberdoodle, Labrador Twister, Big Eye, and Bog Sucker all have in common? They are all local names for the American Woodcock, one of the most unique birds that can be found at Kinzua Bridge State Park. Join us from your living room for a virtual program all about this strange member of the shorebird family! Please note this is a virtual program that will take place on Microsoft Teams, it will not occur at the park.

10 Things You Might Not Know About Kinzua Bridge State Park
Virtual Program
Friday May 7 (6:00 p.m.)

Join us for this virtual program spanning items about the “Bridge” and the park’s natural features! Tune in for some interesting information that the average visitor doesn’t know! 

Kids Nature Walk
Saturday, May 15 (1:00 p.m.)

Celebrate the 11th annual Kids to Parks Day by joining a family friendly nature walk on the General Kane Trail. Meet in the overflow parking lot. Participants must wear a mask and practice social distancing. Limit 15 participants or 5 family groups.

Nature Walk
Sunday, May 30 (1:00 p.m.)

Join us for a walk on the General Kane Trail a 1.6 mile trail that’s rated easiest hiking. Meet in the overflow parking lot Participants must wear a mask and practice social distancing. Limit 15 participants or 5 family groups.

Bendigo State Park

Wildflower Walks
Saturday, May 2 & 16 (1:00 p.m.)

Join a park educator on a Saturday afternoon walk while looking for and learning to identify the local wildflowers. Participants must wear a mask and practice social distancing. Meet at Pavilion 3.  

Fish for Free Day
Sunday, May 30 (12:00 P.M.)

No license needed for these special days! Stop by to borrow fishing rods & reels. Participants must obey all PA Fish & Boat Commission Rules!   Meet near the pool area. Meet near the pool.

For more information, please contact Kinzua Bridge State Park Visitor Center and Park Office at (814) 778-5467 or e-mail us at  Visit DCNR’s website directly at or visit DCNR through the PA homepage at

If you need an accommodation to participate in park activities due to a 
Disability, please contact the Pennsylvania Bureau of State Parks at 888-
PA-PARKS (voice) 888-537-7294 (TTY) 717-558-2711 (local or international TTY) 800-654-5984 (AT&T Relay Service).

Laree Sue Behan is running for Bradford Township Supervisor


Wellsboro, Galeton Dispatched to Wildfire

 At 12:56 PM on Saturday, Wellsboro & Galeton dispatched to a wildfire of about a half acre at 3402 Route 660.

Potter County Commissioners Meeting Minutes From April 8, 2021


Potter County Commissioners Meeting Agenda From April 22, 2021


Middlebury Dispatched to 2 Vehicle Crash on Rt. 287

At 12:24 PM on Saturday, Middlebury Fire & EMS have been dispatched to Rt. 287 & Milk Plant Road for a 2 vehicle crash with one on its side. Roadway is completely blocked.

Wellsboro dispatched with truck & ambulance to assist. Reporting 2 patients with serious injuries. Air medical is requested.

Germania Dispatched to Assist at Leidy Township Camp Fire


At 12:04 PM on Saturday, Germania Fire Dept. has been dispatched with a tanker to 200 Turtle Point Road in Leidy Township, Clinton County for a camp fire.

Fox Twp, Jay Twp. Dispatched for Brush Fire on Gardner Hill Road

Elk ,McKean, Warren county Fire wire 

Elk county station 3 - Fox twp 

station- 5 - Jay twp. 

brush fire - appr 100 by 100 

2045 Gardner hill rd. station 5 for a brush truck

The Potter County Board of Elections is in need of registered voters to serve as Election Officials


Harold L. "Walt" SHERWOOD, II, of Bolivar, NY.

Harold L. "Walt" SHERWOOD, II

Harold L. "Walt" SHERWOOD, II, of Bolivar, NY, formerly of Shinglehouse, PA and Ulysses, PA, died Thursday, April 22, 2021 in Olean General Hospital, Olean, NY.  

Born September 7, 1955, in Warsaw, NY, he was the son of Harold L. and Shirley Hancock Sherwood.  Walt was active in the operation of the family business, Sherwood Enterprises, Inc., for many years.  He earned his nickname from NBA star Walt Frazier.  Walt enjoyed motor sports and all forms of racing.  He was a huge sports fan, in NASCAR, David Pearson, in football, 49ers Joe Montana, and in baseball, San Francisco Giants Willie Mays. He was an assistant coach with Ulysses Little League for 10 years, including an undefeated season in 1971.  

Surviving are:  a brother, Robert (Vicki) Sherwood of Ulysses;  a sister, Darcy Lea Sherwood;  an uncle, Glenn Sherwood of Warsaw, NY;  nieces, nephews, and cousins.  

In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by three brothers, Lyle K. Sherwood, Kevin L. Sherwood, and Carroll B. Sherwood.  

Private burial will be in Ulysses Cemetery.  Memorials may be made to Ulysses Library, P.O. Box 316, Ulysses, PA 16948.  Arrangements are under the direction of Olney-Foust Funeral Homes & Crematory, Ulysses, PA.  

Online condolences may be expressed at

Drug Possession Charges To Be Filed In Port Allegany


Erie Man Arrested For DUI In Eldred TWP.


Disabling Damage And Suspected Minor Injuries In Car VS. Deer Crash On RT. 6 In Hamlin TWP.


Ambulance Dispatched to Crash on California Road

At 10:36 AM on Saturday, Ambulance dispatched to assist PSP with a victim from the accident on California Road.

Suspected Minor Injuries In One Vehicle Crash On RT. 15 In Tioga TWP.


No Injuries In Two Vehicle Crash On RT. 287 In Middlebury TWP.


Blossburg Dispatched For Person Run Over & Pinned Under Vehicle

At 10:27 AM on Saturday, Blossburg Fire Rescue & EMS dispatched to Cherry Street in Bloss Township for a person run over and pinned under a vehicle.

Guthrie Air is enroute to Arnot ball field. Liberty dispatched for LZ.

Disabling Damage And Suspected Minor Injuries In One Vehicle Crash On Long Level RD. In Ridgway TWP.


Red Feather Volunteer Recognition & Report to the Community

The United Way of the Bradford Area is hosting their Red Feather and Report to the Community Event on May 20th, 2021 at 6:00 pm at the Bradford Club. 

The Red Feather recognition is to honor a volunteer who is truly passionate about the United Way and the work we do year after year.  We also take time to award a funded agency who shares our mission within their own organization with the Excellence in Representation award.  

This year the Red Feather awardee is Christy Graham.  Christy is the Office Manager of Northwest Savings Bank on East Main Street in Bradford; she is passionate about the work she does within the community and the individuals she helps to serve.  Christy has been involved with the United Way of the Bradford Area as the 2019 Campaign Chair and a volunteer for the last 7 years. Christy continues to be an active volunteer and hopes to set a good example for her children to learn to give back to their communities and to support the UWBA in their efforts of funding much-needed local non-profit programs.

Receiving the Excellence in Representation award is Jessica Jarrett-McKeirnan with Meals on Wheels.  Since 2012, Jessica has served as the Program Coordinator of Meals on Wheels. Jessica believes in the importance of the United Way and carries this message through her work with Meals on Wheels stating, “Without the support of the United Way, the Meals on Wheels program would not exist.   It would have a devastating impact to our community members in need”. She also says of MOW, “Meals on Wheels allows the elderly and infirmed to remain at home and provides a peace of mind to their families. The family knows their loved one is receiving a well- balanced meal and are being checked on.”

New to this year’s event is the addition of the Small Business Award. The UWBA Board of Directors is pleased to honor SERVCO Services, Inc. for their longstanding relationship with the UWBA through both Campaign support and volunteer involvement of owner, Craig Hartburg.

Please join us Thursday May 20th to honor these three well-deserving United Way Supporters.  The event is open to the public for a ticket price of $25 but space is limited.  Please be sure to RSVP before May 7th by calling the United Way office at 814-368-6181 or email us at

License, ID Card Holders Can Save Lives Through Organ Donation

Harrisburg, PA – In conjunction with the national observance of Donate Life Month in April, the Pennsylvania departments of Transportation and Health are spreading the message that driver’s license and identification card holders can easily help another person live a fuller, longer life by registering as an organ donor. 

An organ donor designation can be added by selecting “Become an Organ Donor in 30 Seconds” at

“It is easy to add an organ donor designation to your driver’s license or identification card,” said PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian. “Making the decision today to become an organ donor can potentially lead to saving a life.”

Once the designation is added, individuals will receive a designation card that they must carry with them to affirm organ donor status until they renew or replace their driver’s license or identification card. There is no charge for adding the designation to your driver’s license or identification card.

More than 48 percent of current driver’s license and identification card holders are registered organ donors – that’s more than 4.9 million Pennsylvanians. More than 7,000 Pennsylvanians currently await organ transplants.

“Registering to be an organ and tissue donor has the potential to save many lives and only takes a few seconds, as you can register online,” Acting Secretary of Health Alison Beam said. “Organ and tissue transplants have become an integral part of health care in the state and across the nation. We are encouraging Pennsylvanians to register as organ donors and learn more about the importance of organ and tissue donation.”

Driver’s license and identification card holders, as well as registered vehicle owners, can also support organ donation programs by donating $3 to the Robert P. Casey Memorial Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Trust Fund at the time of application and/or renewal. Customers renewing their vehicle registration for a two-year period can donate $6 to the fund when renewing online. Proceeds from the fund are used to educate and promote awareness of the importance of organ donation through non-profit organizations like the Center for Organ Recovery and Education and the Gift of Life Donor Program. Pennsylvanians have generously donated more than $16.8 million over the life of the fund.

More information on organ and tissue donation in Pennsylvania can be found at

Kitten Lost On Dingman Run Rd in Coudersport.

I live at the beginning of Dingman Run Rd in Coudersport. Yesterday my kitten got out of the house. Could you post this and if anyone were to see her can they please call me at 8142032333 or my son at 8142039687. She is very friendly. 

We found the kitten on Dingman Run Rd .. Thank you all!


Westfield Dispatched For Vehicle Off Bridge Into Creek

At 9:17 AM on Saturday, Westfield Fire Dept. has been dispatched to a vehicle accident on California Road. Vehicle has gone off the bridge into the creek. Report operator has left the scene.

Air Medical Called For Victim of Crash on Rt. 249

At 4:40AM on Saturday, Westfield, Knoxville and Valley Ambulance have responded to Rt. 249 for a vehicle crash. One patient found in the vehicle has serious injuries and is being lifeflighted to a trauma center.

IU9 Is Hiring Has Multiple Summer Positions


Lloyd Burkhouse Auctions Public Auction Sun., April 25th - 1 PM


Viant Medical Inc. Of Westfield Is Hiring


Coudersport Shop 'N Save Is Hiring a Deli and Dairy Manager


Public Estate Sale Conducted By: Daniel A. Carter Saturday May, 8th


Public Estate & Real Estate Sale Saturday April 24th 9:00 am – 4:00pm


Cameron County Children and Youth Services has an immediate opening for a County Caseworker 1 position.


Morgan Advanced Materials, is seeking applicants to fill openings for general Machine Operators