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Cole Geise Found Safe

Olean Police Department

On 5-15-2021 at approximately 10:00 pm. Cole Geise was recognized by an alert citizen who notified Olean Police. He is safe and is being reunited with his family.

Short tract fire and Fillmore Ems dispatched to county rd 15 for an atv on fire

Posted by Allegany County Fire Wire

Ridgway Dispatched to Possible Structure Fire on Bootjack Hill

Controlled burn behind Bootjack Motel. RECALLED.

Smethport dispatched for Vehicle Crash on Valley Crossroad near Rail Trail

8:15 PM

Theodore R. “Ted” McDonald, 93, a longtime resident of Little Genesee, NY

Theodore R. McDonald           

LITTLE GENESEE, N.Y.---Theodore R. “Ted” McDonald, 93, a longtime resident of Little Genesee, NY, passed away in his home surrounded by his loving family on Friday, May 14, 2021, after a long illness.    

Funeral arrangements, entrusted to the care of Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse, are incomplete and will be announced with a full obituary.

Kane Ambulance Dispatched for Victim of Accidental Gunshot Wound


At 5:24 PM on Saturday, Kane Ambulance has been dispatched to Dawson Street for an accidental gunshot victim. Police are on scene.

Joyce S. Pagano, 81, of Galeton, PA

Joyce S. Pagano

Joyce S. Pagano, 81, of Galeton, PA, passed away on Friday, May 14, 2021 at UPMC Susquehanna, Williamsport, PA. 

Born on February 12, 1940 in Gaines, PA, she was a daughter of the late Elmer and Helen (Mason)   Shelley.  

She was a 1957 graduate and Salutatorian of Galeton High School. 

She was married to Carmine Pagano, who survives, and they just celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary. 

Joyce was the bookkeeper for Lewis Albee Insurance and Vaughn Furniture Store and was the Tax Collector for Galeton for over 38 years. 

She was also a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother and loved nothing more than being surrounded by her family. S

urviving in addition to her husband, Carm, are three sons, Carmine (Lisa) Pagano, Blairstown, NJ, Christopher (Tina) Pagano, Ft. Myers, FL and Jeremy (Rachel) Pagano, Germania, PA; a daughter, Nikki (Carl) Beacker; a brother, Richard (Mary) Shelley, Orchard Park, NY; 11 grandchildren; and one great grandchild. 

In addition to her parents, Joyce was preceded in death by 2 sisters and 3 brothers. 

A Private Funeral Mass will be held at the family’s convenience. 

Memorial contributions may be made to the Gale Hose Ambulance Association or to the Galeton Public Library. 

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Hess Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Galeton. 

Shinglehouse Ambulance to North Union Street


At 4:35 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse ambulance ha been called to Honeoye Haven for an unknown medical.

Rosalie E. “Rose” Siller, 77, of Shinglehouse, formerly of Mentor, Ohio

Rosalie E. Siller              

"beloved mother, grandmother, and sister”

SHINGLEHOUSE, Pa.----Rosalie E. “Rose” Siller, 77, of Shinglehouse, formerly of Mentor, Ohio, passed away on Tuesday, May 11, 2021, in Sweden Valley Manor, Coudersport.     

Born on Monday, May 8, 1944, in Shinglehouse, she was a daughter of LaVerne A. and Vera I. Lawton Lowe.  On July 31, 1963 in Port Allegany, she married Harold P. Siller, who predeceased her on August 2, 1991.     

While living in Ohio, Rose was employed by the former J.J. Newberry’s Department Store and also was a cashier at Mentor Family Foods Grocery Store in Mentor.      

Rose enjoyed gardening and genealogy.  She was a self taught computer enthusiast.       

Left to cherish her memory are three children, Athena A. (John) Benchina of Mentor, Wilma L.(Marc) Reynoso of Painesville, Ohio, and Harold P (Barb) Siller II of Mentor; nine grandchildren, Amy, John, Nirvana, Mike, Josh, Marco, Max, Stephanie, and Erik; a great-grandson, Ryker Danik; four siblings, Harold A. Lowe of Coudersport, Frances “Frankie” A. (Dale) Stonemetz of Shinglehouse, Ramona J. Lowe of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Clara B. Lowe of Orlando, Florida; and several nieces and nephews.     

In addition to her parents, and husband, Rose was predeceased by a grandson, John Moore; two sisters, LaVerna E. Krisher and Lois M. Prentice; and a brother, LaVerne A. “Buz” Lowe, Jr..     

In keeping with Rose’s wishes, there will be no public visitation or funeral services.  Burial will be in Madison Memorial Cemetery, Madison, Ohio.      

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to PCAAP (Potter County Animal Assistance Project)
c/o Kim Mitchell, 208 West Beech Street, Coudersport, PA 16915.     

Rose’s family has entrusted her care and cremation arrangements to Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse.    

To express condolences or share a fond memory of Rose, please visit www.virgillhowardfuneralhome.com or the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home Facebook page.

Kane Dispatched For Multiple Wildfires


At 2:10 PM on Saturday, Kane Fire Dept. called to multiple wildfires off Cemetery Hill Road in Wetmore Township.

Penn State DuBois Occupational Therapy Club donates to first responders

Members of the Penn State DuBois OT Club assembled selfcare items into gift baskets that were delivered to first responders.

DuBOIS, Pa – Members of the Penn State DuBois Occupational Therapy (OT) Club closed out their semester with a project aimed at supporting their community first responders. They assembled selfcare items into gift baskets that were delivered to DuSan Ambulance Station 43, and Brady Township Fire, Rescue, and Ambulance station 30.

Following quarantine guidelines, students collected items on campus including mini hand sanitizers, pocket packs of tissues, disposable gloves, non-perishable snacks, and Sheetz gift cards. They also personally donated items to the cause. 

“The students wanted to show their appreciation to first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic and all of the hard work they do,” said Director of the Penn State DuBois Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) program LuAnn Demi. She explained that club officer Shane Ponzi serves as a first responder and wanted to give back. 

Demi explained, “Shane just completed his sophomore year as an OTA student and is a volunteer firefighter and EMS personnel studying to be an Emergency Medical Technician.”

Ponzi said, “When the club was discussing possible community service projects, I automatically thought about the first responders.  Not only because I’m a volunteer and take service very seriously, but because I’ve always thought of first responders as unseen hero’s and very special people because when everyone else is running away from danger, they are giving up everything in that moment of their lives to run into the danger.  We want to let them know their service is highly valued.”

Demi added, “Advising the OT Club is rewarding because I truly just stand back and witness students making mature, thoughtful decisions about how to work together and make a difference. The planning, teamwork, and value of others that students show in their OT Club experiences directly relate to educational concepts that are learned and practiced in the OTA Program.” 

All members of the OT Club are enrolled in the Penn State DuBois OTA degree program. Graduates of the program will continue to serve their community members by offering educational programs and therapy that will help people to stay safe in their home and to recover from injuries.   Career Opportunities for graduates include working in public and private schools, early intervention programs, general, psychiatric, and pediatric hospitals, day treatment centers, hospices and home health agencies, rehabilitation hospitals and centers, and more.  For more information on the Penn State DuBois Occupational Therapy Assistant program visit https://dubois.psu.edu/ota 






Library Extends Contest Deadline

There’s still plenty of time to enter The Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library’s “Create with Our Card Catalog Contest” as the deadline has now been extended through June 30, 2021.

The contest is open to all ages and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes will be awarded in Adult, Teen, and Youth categories. Entries will be judged blind by a panel of 5 community members.

Contest prizes will be awarded as follows: Adult (18 or older):  1st Place: $100 to Thing-a-Majig gift shop and a basket of locally made items; 2nd Place: $55 to Thing-a-Majig gift shop, $20 Chamber bucks and a bestseller new book; 3rd Place: $20 to Thing-a-Majig gift shop, $10 Chamber bucks, and a new book. Teen (12-17): 1st Place: $100 to Thing-a-Majig gift shop and a movie themed gift basket; 2nd Place: $50 to Thing-a-Majig gift shop, $20 Sheetz gift card, and a bestseller new book; 3rd Place: $20 to Seetz, $10 Chamber bucks, and a new book. Youth (under 12): 1st Place: $100 to Thing-a-Majig gift shop and a bucket full of summer toys; 2nd Place: $55 to Thing-a-Majig gift shop, $20 to Twisted Sisters Ice Cream Shop, and a bestseller new book; 3rd Place: $20 to Thing-a-Majig gift shop, $10 to Twisted Sisters Ice Cream Shop, and a new book.

Those interested in participating can pick up a bag with a stack of Library Catalog Cards along with a submission form (inside the bag of cards) at the library and use them as a medium to create art of any type. Juvenile entries must have form signed by a parent. 
Check out the Library Programs section at www.barbaramoscatobrownlibrary.org for complete contest details or call the library at 814-486-8011.

Received Upgrades Thanks to Grant
Saturday, May 15, 2021

The Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library has been quietly making some upgrades in recent months thanks to a generous grant from The George A. and Margaret Mee Charitable Foundation.

In addition to funding the recent upgrade to the library’s website, this grant has allowed the library to update and upgrade several other things.
Inside the library, new shelves have been added to the Children’s and Adult Fiction sections, with an upgrade to one thanks to an additional donation by the Cameron County High School Class of 1952.

Also inside, the grant funded a new copy center that now provides a faxing station for library patrons. Faxes cost $2 for one page and an additional $1 for each subsequent page. There is no charge for the cover sheet.
The exterior of the library building received some repairs to the roof and will soon be getting a fresh coat of paint, both also thanks to the The George A. and Margaret Mee Charitable Foundation grant.

The Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library board and staff extend their gratitude to the Foundation, and the local community for their generosity and continued support.

Jay Township Fire Dept. Dispatched to Help Clearfield with a Brush Fire


 Elk ,McKean, Warren county Fire wire

Elk county
station 5 - Jay twp
mutual aid - brush fire
Nolan Rd
squad and brush due

Helene K. NAWROCKI, 70, of Genesee, PA

Helene K. NAWROCKI

Helene K. NAWROCKI, 70, of Genesee, PA, died Thursday, May 13, 2021 in her home.  

She was born November 10, 1950, in Philadelphia.  A graduate of Abington High School, she earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree in nursing from La Salle University.  

On June 19, 1976, in Abington Township, she married Stanley W. “Stash” Nawrocki, Jr., who survives.  

She was employed by Delaware Valley Hospital in Bristol in the ICU and as Director of Nursing.  Helene was the CEO of the Center for Nursing Excellence in Abington.  She was an author and editor of nursing photo books with Spring House Corporation and authored the Nurse’s Book of Courage.  She lectured far and wide at nursing seminars with Laura Gasparis Vonfrolio.  

Moving to Potter County in 1996, she served as Executive Director of the Potter County Education Council.  

In retirement, she operated Bear Mountain Herbs.  

Helene was a member the Genesee Library Book Club, the Wellsville Garden Club, and the Hooterville quilting group.  

She is survived by her husband, Stash, and a sister and brother-in-law, Deborah Lynn (Kenneth) Pagliaro of Lansdale.  

She was predeceased by her parents, Richard and Helen McPeak Ritting.  

Friends may call at Olney-Foust Funeral Homes & Crematory, Ulysses on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 from 2:00 – 4:00 PM.  CDC and PA Department of Health guidelines apply.  

Memorials may be made to Genesee Area Library, P.O. Box 135, Genesee, PA 16923 or Genesee Volunteer Fire Company & Ambulance, P.O. Box 9, Genesee, PA 16923.  

Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfoust.com.

Shinglehouse Ambulance to Martin Avenue


At 1:30 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse ambulance has been dispatched to Martin Avenue for difficulty breathing.

James M. KILBRIDE, 65, of Wellsville, NY

James M. KILBRIDE

James M. KILBRIDE, 65, of Wellsville, NY, died Thursday, May 13, 2021 in his home. 

Arrangements are under the direction of Olney-Foust Funeral Homes & Cremation, Crowell Chapel, 296 North Main Street, Wellsville, NY. 

Online condolences may be expressed at www.wellsvillefuneralhome.com.

Vote For Kevin J. Dusenbury For Potter County Coroner on Tuesday, May 18th

 



Clarion University SBDC First Step Seminars

Clarion University SBDC First Step Seminars

What is a First Step Seminar? The First Step: How to Start and Finance Your Business is a tri-monthly seminar where you learn the core steps to starting a business in Pennsylvania.

What will I learn if I attend? Topics included in these seminars: new business owner's self assessment, business structures and types, PA registration processes, business licenses, taxation, research tools and what to expect when financing your business. We also discuss the business and financial planning process needed for every new business.

How do I register for a First Step Seminar? Choose a seminar below to see more information and to register.

First Step: Starting a Small Business in Pennsylvania

Saturday, May 1, 2021 (Webinar)

Wednesday, May 19, 2021 (Webinar)

Saturday, June 5, 2021 (Webinar)

Wednesday, June 16 , 2021 (Webinar)

Coudersport Ambulance to Cole Manor


At 11:55 AM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance dispatched to Cole Manor for AMS. 

Austin & Roulette dispatched. 

Roulette responding. Austin recalled.

Star Hose Co. Annual Sportsmans Raffle Happening Now in Port Allegany


 

SEAN MINNICK TO GIVE FREE PRESENTATION ABOUT HOW THE PUBLIC CAN HELP PURPLE MARTINS AND BLUEBIRDS; TIADAGHTON AUDUBON SOCIETY MEMBERS TO INSTALL NEW GOURD HOUSING FOR PURPLE MARTINS AND NESTING BOXES FOR BLUEBIRDS

Photo by John Eaton
Sean Minnick is giving a free presentation about purple martins and bluebirds outdoors at the Nessmuk Recreation Area.

At 1 p.m. this Saturday, May 15, Sean Minnick, a member of the Tiadaghton Audubon Society, will present a free informal program for the public about two different cavity-nesting bird species, the bluebird and the purple martin and how people can help. 

The program will be about an hour and be held in the boat launch area on Lake Nessmuk near the base of the new purple martin gourd colony. The lake is at the Nessmuk Recreation Area on Route 287, one mile south of Wellsboro. In case of rain, the program will be presented at the roofed pavilion.

During the program, Tiadaghton Audubon Society (TAS) members will install gourd housing for purple martins and put up six bluebird nesting boxes near Lake Nessmuk. Minnick will be available to answer people's questions. 

As a result of his participation in the DCNR Bluebird Monitoring Program at nearby Hills Creek State Park, Minnick attended the Cavity Nest Program sponsored by DCNR at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center in Erie. That program fueled his passion to bring purple martins back to Tioga County. Nessmuk was chosen as the site for a gourd housing colony because purple martins had been seen there in the past - but rarely. 

Minnick rallied the support of TAS members to help with the project, secured a $1,000 grant, worked with Pete Herres of Wellsboro Parks and Recreation to get permission from the Wellsboro Borough Council to install the post base for the gourd colony on their property as well as from the Fish and Boat Commission. 

Saturday's program and the installation of a nesting colony for purple martins and additional nesting boxes for bluebirds marks the first step in this Bird Town project. "This will be a rain or shine event because the installation of the gourd colony has to happen this weekend in time to hopefully attract first year purple martins that are looking for housing," said Minnick.

Wellsboro is designated as an Audubon Bird Town community. Through this working partnership, Audubon Pennsylvania and municipalities like Wellsboro are helping to promote conservation and community-based actions to create a healthy, more sustainable environment for birds and people. 

Lake Nessmuk is owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and managed by the Fish and Boat Commission for public fishing and boating. The Nessmuk Recreation Area property is owned by the Commonwealth and maintained by the Borough of Wellsboro through the Wellsboro Parks and Recreation Department.

REGISTER BY MONDAY, MAY 31 FOR LAUREL FESTIVAL 10K FOR FREE EVENT T-SHIRT, DRAWING FOR CHAMBER DOLLARS

The Laurel Festival 10K (6.21 miles) will start at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 19 at Packer Park on Queen Street in Wellsboro. The two-mile Fun Run/Walk will start at 9:05 a.m.



Those who pre-register for the 10K on or before Monday, May 31 and pay the $25 entry fee will receive a free event T-shirt, courtesy of First Citizens Community Bank. They will also be entered in the early bird drawing for a chance to win $25 in Wellsboro Chamber Dollars to spend in more than 60 area businesses. Those who do not pre-register will have the option to purchase a race T-shirt the day of the event.

Age categories in the 10K for males and females are: 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60 and over. The course is challenging with both paved and dirt surfaces and rolling hills that provide views of Pennsylvania Grand Canyon country scenery.

UPMC Wellsboro is sponsoring the 10K and Fun Run/Walk awards. For the 10K race, large, medium and small medals with ribbons imprinted with "2021 Laurel Festival 10K Footrace" will be awarded. Large medals will be presented to the first place overall male and female finishers; medium medals to the second and third place overall male and female finishers; and small medals to the oldest and to the youngest to cross the finish line first. The first, second and third place finishers in each 10K age category will also receive medals.

Each Fun Run participant will receive a commemorative ribbon; the first, second and third place runners and overall youngest runner to cross the finish line in the Fun Run will each receive a small medal with a ribbon imprinted with "2021 Laurel Festival Fun Run."

The entry fee for the 10K is $25 and for the two-mile Fun Run/Walk is $5. Packet pick-up and registration for both the 10K and Fun Run will be from 7:45 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. on race day in Packer Park. Those who register that day must pay the entry fee in cash or by check. Prior to race day, registrants can pay the entry fee with Visa or MasterCard.

Insta-Results will provide timing for the race and the Tioga County Amateur Radio Club will handle communications.

C&N and Weis Markets are providing free post-race refreshments to all runners.

For course maps and registration forms for the 10K and Fun Run, contact the Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce office by calling 570-724-1926; emailing info@wellsboropa.com or stopping in at 114 Main Street, Wellsboro. 

WELLSBORO GROWERS MARKET TO OPEN ON THURSDAY, MAY 20

Photo by John Eaton
Liz McLelland is shown standing in front of her banner at last year's Wellsboro Growers Market.



Mark your calendars. The Wellsboro Growers Market will open for the 2021 season on Thursday, May 20 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 who will be at the May 20 market are Liz McLelland of Yorkshire Meadows, Kathy Siegrist of Bakery 303 and Linda Sweely of New View Farm. "I have a new pound cake that is really cool. I don't have a name for it yet but I hope to by May 20," said Siegrist who is known as the pound cake lady. 

McLelland is bringing her banner, which reads: "Put on the kettle, make the tea, order your baked goods, right from me" along with an array of goodies, including her lemon, orange and lime curd, carrot cake, eccles cakes, scones, caramel shortbread bars, pecan sandies, assorted cookies and pastries, her new summer fruit preserve, raspberry mango jam, triple berry jam and other British delights. 

Sweely will be offering her artisan breads, herb focaccia, bagels - plain, cinnamon raisin and everything - and Boston cream cupcakes as well as jams and jellies, honey, maple syrup products, homemade sauerkraut, ground horseradish and sprouts.

Growers, bakers, candymakers, maple producers, artisans, craftsmen,  musicians and others who want to participate on May 20 or at an upcoming market are asked to contact Thomas Putnam, event organizer, for more information as soon as possible by calling 570-439-2000.

"We are asking customers who are in the market at the same time to follow COVID-19 safety rules and to be patient," said Putnam. "We did the same last year and it worked well for all involved," he said. 

"Our Growers Market is usually a rain or shine event," Putnam said  "Now, when there are rain showers, we stay outside under the trees. If there is a downpour or constant, heavy rain, the market is canceled. 

 "Our Growers Market is operating under safety guidelines. Vendors and the steering committee are asking all customers to please wear a mask while at the market and to practice physical distancing of at least six feet," said Putnam. "We are under the auspices of the First Presbyterian Church and are asking all customers to comply with the church's coronavirus guidelines of safe practices for all. If there is a downpour or constant, heavy rain, the market will be canceled because we cannot use Fellowship Hall when the weather is bad due to those safety guidelines,”  Putnam said.

The market will be held every Thursday from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. through October 14, 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.

Drive-Thru Covid 19 Vaccine Clinic Sunday at Wellsboro High School; No Appointment Needed

 


PennDOT Implementing Detour for Route 146 Bridge Replacement


Smethport, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is alerting motorists that a bridge replacement project along Route 146 in McKean County will start Monday, May 17. The project will replace a bridge spanning Red Mill Brook approximately three miles east of Clermont in Norwich Township, which will allow PennDOT to remove it from their list of McKean County bridges in poor condition. 

Work on this project will be done in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and state Department of Health guidance as well as a project-specific COVID-19 safety plan, which will include protocols for social distancing, use of face coverings, personal and job site cleaning protocols, management of entries to the job site and relevant training.

Starting Monday, the contractor will close the bridge and implement an approximately 27-mile detour using Route 46 and Route 6. 

The bridge was built in 1934. It is 28-feet long and carries an average of fewer than 150 vehicles daily. 

The overall project consists of replacing the bridge, approach paving, guide rail installation, pavement marking and miscellaneous construction. PennDOT expects to complete the project in early October. All work is weather and schedule dependent. 

Shingledecker's Welding Inc. of Franklin PA is the contractor on this $870,000 project. PennDOT reminds motorists to move through work zones with caution, obey posted speed limits, and always buckle up. 

Contest will award up to $50,000 for a BIG Idea, the NCPA LaunchBox can help


DuBOIS, Pa - The North Central PA LaunchBox is once again joining with Ben Franklin Technology Partners, an award-winning, tech-based economic development program, to offer emerging entrepreneurs and small manufacturers the opportunity to participate in the fun, risk-free $50,000 BIG IDEA Contest.  This pitch competition is open to private sector, economic development professionals, and anyone who has an idea for an innovation that could turn into a business opportunity.

Since the contest’s inception, nearly $2 million in cash prizes have been awarded throughout the program’s 32-county footprint in central and Northern Pennsylvania.  Winning up to $50,000 will go a long way in helping infuse a startup with much-needed cash.  But, the pitch experience gained, the training offered, and the contacts made are worth every bit as much as the prize money.  
This $50,000 BIG IDEA Contest, which opens on May 14, 2021, is open to tech innovators located anywhere in Ben Franklin’s 32-county footprint in Pennsylvania (Northwest, Central, Southern Alleghenies, and South Central) who are developing new products, processes, or software applications.  
For a complete list of the eligible counties visit https://cnp.benfranklin.org/service-area/ 

If you have not previously received Ben Franklin funding, won a prize from either a contest or a TechCelerator Startup Boot Camp, and you currently do not have more than $500,000 in sales, you are eligible to apply. Visit http://BigIdea.BenFranklin.org  for rules and entry form. The deadline is August 23, 2021 at 5:00 PM

For more Information contact Annie Hughes at 717-948-4301 or alh618@psu.edu or Liz Wilson at 814-898-6541 or lizwilson@psu.edu  
For more assistance in the North Central PA region, contact the North Central PA LaunchBox at 814-372-3020 or ncpalaunchbox@psu.edu

Knoxville Man Cited For Harassment


 

Ridgway PSP Investigating Harassment In Fox TWP.


 

Possible Sexual Assault Being Investigated In Benezette TWP.


 

Ridgway PSP Are Investigating A Report Of Child Abuse In Jay TWP.


 

Ridgway PSP Respond To A Mental Health Call


 

Wellsville Dispatched For Traffic Control at Vehicle Crash with Wires Down


At 10:20 AM on Saturday, Wellsville Fire Police have been dispatched to the Bolivar Road intersection for traffic control at the scene of a vehicle crash with electric lines down. Electric power is reported out in the Wellsville area.

PA Senator Cris Dush Mission Report

 

Senator Cris Dush E-Newsletter

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In this Update: 

  • Senate Approves Plan to Offer Additional Year of Education Due to COVID-19
  • Rallied to Protect the Right to Keep and Bear Arms
  • Senate Acts to Preserve Prescription Drug Assistance for Seniors
  • DuBois Regional Airport to Receive $450,000 in State Funds for Facility Improvements
  • Measure to Boost Donations for Breast Cancer Research Passed by Senate
  • Tuesday: Emergency Declaration Questions on the Primary Election Ballot
  • PA Set to Transition to New Unemployment Compensation System
  • No Answers from Administration on Data Breach Affecting 72,000
  • Taking Time to Honor our Police Officers

READ THE ENTIRE REPORT BY CLICKING HERE......

PA Permit Violations Issued to CATALYST ENERGY, INC. in Ceres Twp., McKean County

PA Permit Violation Issued to CATALYST ENERGY INC in Ceres Twp, McKean County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 5/14/2021 to CATALYST ENERGY INC in Ceres Twp, McKean county. OGA3220(A) - PLUGGING REQUIREMENTS - Failure to plug the well upon abandoning it.
Incident Date/Time: 2021-05-14 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to CATALYST ENERGY INC in Ceres Twp, McKean County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 5/14/2021 to CATALYST ENERGY INC in Ceres Twp, McKean county. 78.86 - CASING AND CEMENTING - DEFECTIVE CASING OR CEMENTING - Operator failed to report defect in a well that has defective, insufficient or improperly cemented casing to the Department within 24 hours of discovery. Operator failed to correct defect or failed to submit a plan to correct the defect for approval by the Department within 30 days.
Incident Date/Time: 2021-05-14 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to CATALYST ENERGY INC in Ceres Twp, McKean County
Description: Administrative violation issued on 5/14/2021 to CATALYST ENERGY INC in Ceres Twp, McKean county. OGA3211(H) - WELL PERMITS - LABELING - Failure to install, in a permanent manner, the permit number on a completed well.
Incident Date/Time: 2021-05-14 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to CATALYST ENERGY INC in Ceres Twp, McKean County
Description: Administrative violation issued on 5/14/2021 to CATALYST ENERGY INC in Ceres Twp, McKean county. OGA3211(G) - WELL PERMITS - POSTING - Failure to post the well permit number and the operator's name, address and phone number at the well site during construction of the access road, site preparation and during drilling, operating or alteration of well.
Incident Date/Time: 2021-05-14 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

Annual Spring Plant And Consignment Auction Saturday, May 15th at Carter Auctions in Allegany, NY



 

Clara Township May 18, 2021 Primary Election Polling time will be 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.


 

PUBLIC SPRING CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Saturday, May 15th (9:30am) Daniel A. Carter Inc. Auction & Event Center in Allegany, NY

 




Galeton Library Plant Sale is Today, Saturday, May 15


                                         Maggie Frith, Bonnie Wood, Barbara Welfling
 

A big thank you to Bonnie Wood of  Coudersport, for her generous donation of day lilies and specialty plants to the Friends of Galeton Library.  Bonnie’s plants and many others donated from local gardeners are available to buy this Saturday at the Galeton Library.  Proceeds benefit the library.

Jessie J. Schoonover, 72, a longtime resident of Eldred, PA

Jessie J. Schoonover                 

ELDRED, Pa.---Jessie J. Schoonover, 72, a longtime resident of Eldred, passed away on Friday, May 14, 2021, in The Pavilion at Bradford Regional Medical Center, Bradford, after a long illness.    

Funeral services, entrusted to the care of Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse, are incomplete and will be announced with a full obituary.

Coudersport Ambulance to Mountain Lane


At 8:00 AM on Saturday, Coudersport, Austin, Roulette, Shinglehouse and Portville have been dispatched to Mountain Lane for a man ill. 

8:29 AM-Ambulance responding.

5-15 Garage Sale at the Tucker's House in Roulette, PA


 

Electri-Cord Is Hiring In Westfield

 


Truck-Lite Is Hiring Full Time And Part Time Assemblers

 


Herbert Cooper Co., Inc. located at 121 Main Street in Genesee, Is Hiring Full-Tim And Part-Time Postions


 

Viant Medical Inc. Of Westfield Is Hiring

 


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Kristine Smith Announces Her Candidacy For Genesee Township Supervisor


I am asking Genesee Township registered Republicans to vote for Kristine Smith on both the six (6) and two (2) year terms for Genesee Township Supervisor in the Primary Election on May 18th.

Votes for Kristine Smith will be votes for a candidate with Genesee township experience, commitment, and integrity.  

Throughout my years of service to our township as Secretary/Treasurer, I have maintained a commitment to running a professional, transparent, accountable, and helpful township office.

I am experienced with municipal language, law, codes, and requirements. I am aware of our township's ordinances, resolutions, policies, procedures, and financial history. This knowledge gave me the qualifications to be appointed Township Supervisor in November 2020 and to be able to immediately fill in when the need arose as Secretary/Treasurer in December 2020.

I have deep roots in Genesee and I take great pride to be raising the fifth generation in my family to walk our land.  I have spent many years volunteering throughout our community, giving back to the Fire Department by helping for several years with the Haunted House fundraiser for their new building, helping with the Genesee Community Days Committee and with the Community Halloween Party.  I continue to serve on the Genesee Area Library Board and help the Genesee Water Authority. 

My integrity to do the right thing for our community will always remain and I vow to put the benefit of the town above personal benefit.  My goals as Township Supervisor are to maintain the beautiful place we all call home, support the local entities that provide so many volunteer services to our town, and maintain a transparent limited government. I am asking for your votes on May 18th for Kristine Smith for the six (6) and two (2) year terms for Genesee Township Supervisor.

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