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Saturday, June 5, 2021

Patty Kay Sewell, 56, of Galeton, PA

Patty Kay Sewell

 Patty Kay Sewell, 56, of Galeton, PA. Heaven earned it's most precious angel, and the earth was left without. 

Patty was a giving soul who shared her life and her love with everyone she met. She never missed a chance to tell you how much she loved you or let you know that you were important. Patty had a way to make you feel better on a bad day even if hers was worse. 

She was loving and giving even if she had nothing to give but herself; which she gave freely to anybody who needed love. In her words, she was a mom not by birth, but by love. She was known as Aunt Patty to most. 

Patty lived in Galeton her whole life and was a graduate of Galeton High School. 

Patty was a member of Lighthouse Community Church where she shared the light of Jesus with all who would listen. Most everybody remembers Patty for her hugs (she had the best hugs). 

Patty was preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Penny Lampman. 

She leaves behind the love of her life, and husband of 39 years, Bill. She leaves behind 5 siblings, a multitude of nieces and nephews, her church family, and all of her family by love. She also leaves behind 3 daughters, Tonya (Thomas) Gail, Shana (Josh) McVickers, and Billie (Kevin) Sahr. She leaves behind 12 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. 

Patty loved spending time with her grandchildren and celebrated the accomplishments of all, no matter how far away they were. 

A Celebration of Patty’s life will be held on Thursday, June 10, 2021 at 11:00am at the Lighthouse Community Church in Galeton. 

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

St. Marys Fire Rescue & EMS Dispatched To Vehicle Crash


At 3:15 PM on Saturday, St Marys Fire & EMS have been dispatched to a vehicle Crash on Bucktail Road with airbag deployment. Two occupants are reported injured.

Photos From The Gods Country Marathon










Women's Half Marathon Winner

Marathon Winner

Marathon Winner


 Photos by Leo Szczesny at Sunken Branch Photography

Donna Lee Wilcox, 80, Lawrenceville, PA

Donna Lee Wilcox

Donna Lee Wilcox, caring wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away June 3, 2021 at age 80 after a courageous battle with cancer.  She died at home, surrounded by her family whom she loved and who loved her deeply.

She was born August 7, 1940 to Arthur and Naomi Grace (Kane) Lundgren in Blossburg, PA.  

She lost her mother at a very early age and missed and loved her deeply.  Donna grew up in Wellsboro, where she met her husband of 62 years.  

Together they had two children Jerry Arthur and Jay Elliott Wilcox and they shared a wonderful life together.  Donna loved morning walks, spending time with friends and family and loved horses.  

She had a fierce personality and a sense of humor that was admired by all who knew her.  She was generous and caring.  

Donna and her husband Chuck spent their summers in Lawrenceville, PA and travelled to Arizona in the winter where they shared great times with many close friends.  There was nothing ordinary about Donna, she was direct and to the point, and as sassy as they come.  

She loved her family and was proud of the men her two sons became.  She had a love of fast cars and loved to “haul ass”, as she would say.  She had too many close friends to list, but her dearest friend was Shelia Kilmer and together, let’s just say, they made memories that can never be forgotten.  She shared many laughs and memories with the Thursday morning breakfast club as well as her friends in Arizona.  She will be greatly missed.

Donna is survived by her husband: Charles Albert Wilcox, Jr.; two sons:  Jerry Arthur Wilcox and his former wife Theresa Evans Robertson, and Jay Elliott Wilcox and his wife Kimberly Spencer Wilcox; grandchildren:  David Wilcox (Christine), Whitney Wilcox, Chase Wilcox (Brittany), Seth Wilcox, Reagan Wilcox, and Ben Wilcox; great-grandchildren:  Ava, Evan, Cambria, and Riley Wilcox; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law:  Leroy and Sue Young, and Roger and Mary Wilcox; and many nieces and nephews.

Friends and family are invited to pay tribute to Donna’s life from 1:00-3:00pm Friday June 11, 2021 at Calvary United Methodist Church in Lawrenceville with a memorial service to follow in the church at 3:00pm, and a time of fellowship to follow the service.  

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 USA / donors@stjude.org, or the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22478, Oklahoma City, OK 73123.  

Her family has entrusted the Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, 139 Main Street, Wellsboro, PA with her arrangements.  To share a memory or condolence, please visit:  www.tusseymosher.com.

Port Allegany Ambulance Dispatched For Assault Victim


At 2:20 PM on Saturday, Port Allegany Ambulance has been dispatched to Dollar General for an female assault victim.

Recent Obituaries at Buckheit Funeral Home


Bertha Anne Miller

Thursday, June 3, 2021

Margo Drew Haddow

Thursday, June 3, 2021

Paul A. Bogaczyk

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Frank J. Purtell

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

John L. McNeill, 51, of Troupsburg N.Y.

John L. McNeill

John L. McNeill, 51, of Troupsburg N.Y. passed away at home on June 2nd, after a very long illness, under hospice care. 

John was born August 28th, 1969 in Corning N.Y., son of Daniel and Sue McNeill of Troupsburg N.Y.  

He is survived by his parents, his sister Laura McNeill of Addison N.Y. His brothers Marty McNeill of Troupsburg N.Y and Mitchell McNeill of Addison N.Y.  Aunts, Shirley ( Doug ) Snyder of Lindley N.Y.  and Sandra ( Eric ) Wilson of Painted Post N.Y.  Four nieces, Anastacia, Sarah, Madison, and Emmie and three nephews, Kyle, Kaleb, and Devin. Seven great nieces, Destiney, Deonna, Deasia, Sophia, Zoey, Rayleigh, and Wrenley, and many cousins. 

He was predeceased by his brother David. 

Arrangements made by Kenyon Funeral Home, Elkland PA.  Where a private family service will be held. John's burial will be beside his brother David, at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Troupsburg N.Y. 

www.kenyonfuneralhome.com

‘Social Media Marketing During a COVID and POST-COVID Economy’ open to the public

DuBOIS, Pa – The North Central PA LaunchBox will offer small business owners the chance to build marketing skills coming out of COVID with the latest program in the LaunchBox Speaker Series. ‘Social Media Marketing During a COVID and POST-COVID Economy for Small Business Owners’ will be presented by Izen Lingenfelter, owner, Blue Moon Media and Marketing. The free virtual program is planned for 6:00 p.m. on June 9. Registration can be completed here

This program is offered in conjunction with the North Central Partnership for Regional Economic Performance (NC PREP) Penn State DuBois Continuing Education. 

As the owner of Blue Moon Media and Marketing, Lingenfelter works with businesses to help grow their revenue streams by utilizing modern digital media outlets. He has extensive expertise in social media marketing concepts and will share with attendees the value of utilizing websites, social media, and other platforms for business growth. This webinar will help business owners understand marketing essentials using digital tools. Lingenfelter will review some of the "dos and don'ts" of social media, the shift of users with social media, and some of the best practices to make social media an effective marketing tool for businesses.

The North Central PA LaunchBox and Penn State DuBois Continuing Education launched the LaunchBox Speaker Series to provide education and enlightenment during the COVID-19 pandemic, touching on important topics for healthcare, powder metal, education and retail. The series has been created with the help of grant money provided by PREP.

PREP is a statewide program launched in response to budget cuts that requires shared work programs among economic development agencies. The objective of the PREP initiative is to encourage a more coordinated and efficient approach to the delivery of economic development and business assistance. The North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission coordinates the partnership as one of four core providers in the area’s PREP consortium. Targeted service providers are encouraged to identify their unique assets and business assistance competences so that the group, as a whole, can identify where any critical gaps or duplications exist.

For more information on this upcoming event, or future programming, contact Lori Sabatose at 814-372-3020 or lxb125@psu.edu.

Coudersport Alliance Church Is Very Excited To Host VBS This Year


 

2021 God's Country Marathon Winners

 


FREE FAMILY DAY & CHILDREN'S HEALTH FAIR TO KICK OFF LAUREL FESTIVAL ON SATURDAY, JUNE 12

The 19th Annual Family Day and Children's Health Fair with fun and information for all ages will be on Saturday, June 12 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on The Green in downtown Wellsboro, rain or shine. It's free.
 
Joining forces to organize this special event to kick off the weeklong 2021 Pennsylvania State Laurel Festival are: the Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce, Wellsboro Foundation, Inc., UPMC Wellsboro, UPMC Wellsboro Office of Pediatrics, the Tioga County Partnership for Community Health and AmeriHealth Caritas Pennsylvania.
 
Each youngster participating in Family Day will be given a free foam rocket or foam ball. There will be a visit by Smokey the Bear and a one-hour dance party at 11 a.m. for preschoolers to 12-year-olds and anyone else who wants to participate.

Families and individuals can visit booths that offer games and creative projects to do on-site or at home, such as planting seeds, making musical instruments, butterflies or sock monkeys. 
 
Other booths will provide information for children’s health, safety and well-being, on nutrition, mentoring, health insurance, music programs and classes, bike safety, wildfire prevention, water safety, managing childhood asthma, promoting positive mental health, substance abuse and crime prevention, outdoor recreation opportunities, foster parenting and adoption services, pets and much more.  
 
Among the many free treasures at the booths will be comic books, ribbon wands, reusable grocery totes, coloring books, key chains, stickers, children's toothbrushes, pens, pencils and magnets.
 
In order to protect all youngsters attending Family Day, everyone is asked to wear masks as no vaccine is currently available for children under 12. Additional space has been provided around each booth to allow for social distancing. 
 
For more information about Laurel Festival events, stop in at the Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce office at 114 Main Street in Wellsboro, call 570-724-1926 or email info@wellsboropa.com

GABE STILLMAN BAND CONCERT IS THURSDAY, JUNE 10 WITH SPECIAL GUEST KAT RIGGINS

Photo provided
Kat Riggins

At 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 10, the Gabe Stillman Band of Williamsport with special guest Kat Riggins of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida will give a concert at the Deane Center for the Performing Arts at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. 

Both Stillman and Riggins will perform during the June 11, 12 and 13 Billtown Blues Festival at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in Hughesville.

Stillman leads the band. In 2019 at the International Blues Challenge, this ace guitarist and singer won the Gibson Guitar Award, which propelled him into the national spotlight. Also in the band are Colin Beatty of Williamsport on bass guitar and Ray Hangen of Buffalo, N.Y. on drums. The trio will perform original songs from Stillman's 2020 album "Flying High", which he recorded with The Nighthawks, the legendary Washington, D.C. blues band and from Stillman's next album (working title "Just Say the Word") being released in September. 

Kat Riggins will sing blues-rock and rhythm and blues songs from her 2020 release "Cry Out", which is nominated for Contemporary Blues Album of the Year at the 42nd Blues Music Awards being held virtually this Sunday, June 6. "Cry Out" is described as "a fiery showcase or her gritty vocal channeling of a sisterhood that includes Koko Taylor, Janis Joplin and Tina Turner. She rocks on 'Son of a Gun,' rolls on 'Wicked Tongue' and simmers with a red-hot glow on 'Burn It All Down'." During her set on June 10, this Miami-born singer-songwriter will be backed by Beatty and Hangen.

Concert tickets only are $22 and $44 for the pre-show dinner and concert. To make dinner reservations and order, call the Red Skillet 570-787-4545. The restaurant is in the Deane Center with a short walk to the Coolidge Theatre. 

Call the Deane Center at 570-724-6220 for concert tickets and to reserve a table. Traditional chair seating is also available. This is a BYOB concert with those attending welcome to bring snacks and beverages.

Combined Effort for Free Children's Books and Community Information Initiated


WELLSVILLE – Two Allegany County Christian organizations are teaming up Saturday, June 12, to provide new and slightly used children's books and information about free community services in the county at the annual YMCA Healthy Kids Day.
The event, being held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Big Pavilion at Island Park in Wellsville, also will feature activities by the YMCA and other county organizations, including a bounce house, Smokey the Bear, face painting, arts and crafts, an obstacle course, relay races, health screenings, and giveaways, including a free one-month Y membership for the best drawing by a child.
The free children's books will be provided by the Hope Center in Wellsville, with Allegany Hope of Belmont highlighting many free and sometimes little-known activities which are available for the public in Allegany County.
The Hope Center, a Hub of Hope of Allegany County churches, is located at 4194 Bolivar Road-#5 (State Route 417 West) at Wellsville and provides reading assistance for adults and children, including those with dyslexia, a drop-in center for conversation, community information and prayer, and other special activities.
Allegany Hope focuses on Building Healthy Communities Through Healthy Families and provides information on a variety of community happenings, events and services to help enhance the holistic health of individuals, children and families, including physical, mental/emotional and spiritual.

The organization has been a primary source in Allegany County for information about COVID-19 during the pandemic and provides information through a Facebook page to several thousand residents of the county and beyond each week.  It also is a Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador, providing weather alerts and other related information for the county and region.
Both organizations work with churches and other Christian organizations throughout the area but their services are free to the public regardless of an individual's faith background.
Information on Allegany Hope and community information are available at https://bit.ly/3pdv5S8, AlleganyHopeWNY@outlook.com, or (484) 435-0503.  Community organizations wishing to have a  free service or services considered for highlighting at Healthy Kids Day should email a letter-size flier or their activity or services to Allegany Hope.
Services of the Hope Center can be found at https://bit.ly/3uHeFTf, hopecenterwlsv@gmail.com, or (585) 596-1901.
Additional information about Healthy Kids Day, including the entry for the drawing for the free month's YMCA membership for a child, is available at https://bit.ly/3fYQzxG, Briannas@TwinTiersYMCA, or (585) 593-3246.

Smethport Dispatched To 2 Vehicle Crash on Rt. 59


At 12:38 PM on Saturday, Smethport Fire Dept. has been dispatched to a 2 vehicle crash on Rt. 59 near the golf course. Caller reports no injuries. 1:15 PM--Smethport ambulance dispatched for patient assessment.

Senator Cris Dush Mission Report

 

Senator Cris Dush E-Newsletter

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In this Update:

  • Robbie Gould Youth Sports Complex
  • Pennsylvania and Arizona meet to discuss election integrity
  • Funding Available for Broadband Deployment Projects
  • State Restrictions on Senior Community Centers Relaxed
  • Langerholc proposes ‘another way’ to fund transportation as alternative to bridge tolls
  • New Law Updates CDL Licensing Requirements
  • Fundraising Option for First Responders, Veterans Groups and Nonprofits Approved by Senate– Legislation Moves to House
  • Senate Sends “Motorcycle Lemon Law” to House of Representatives

Full  Report HERE

Little Nippers Meeting Announcement


“The Little Nippers will hold a youth sports meeting on Sunday, June 6, at 9:00am at the Nippers' Building on Memorial Drive in Duke Center. 

All prospective football and cheer coaches are encouraged to attend. 

This meeting is open to the general public.”

Roulette Township ***WATER UPDATE***

 Roulette Township

***WATER UPDATE*** 

Our pump has been refilling the tank at a rate of approximately 2 feet per day, until today. 

The pump is still running but it has become obvious that not everyone has been conserving the water as we have asked. The tank is the same level today as it was yesterday. 

We want to remind everyone to CONSERVE WATER. 

This means that you should not be filling swimming pools, watering plants, washing vehicles, etc. 

Please do your part!

Bolivar Man Charged With Attempted Theft of A Motor Vehicle


 

Investigation Ongoing For Trespassing In Wharton TWP.


 

Coudersport Man Charged With Failure To Comply With Megan's Law


 

Make Sure Your Only Hot Dogs Are On The Grill This Summer


 

The Heritage Singers in concert at First Baptist Church, in Roulette, PA on Monday, June 7, 2021, at 7:00 p.m..


The Heritage Singers are a seven-member mixed ensemble group that are traveling for Maranatha Baptist University this summer. Their twelve-week tour will take them through 13 states from the Midwest to the east coast and back. The group will minister in churches and Christian schools utilizing music and preaching to challenge both teens and adults spiritually and promote the ministry of the university. The 2021 Heritage Singers are Peter Holloway (Birmingham MI), Seth Gillespie (Tipp City, OH), Micah Gillespie (Austin TX), Thomas Holloway (Birmingham, MI), Aleisha Beachell (Raleigh NC), Emily Kindstedt (Whitewater WI), and Sarah Rogers (Indianapolis, IN),

The mission of Maranatha Baptist University is to develop leaders for ministry in the local church and the world “To the Praise of His Glory.” Maranatha is a four-year co-educational institution accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association. Maranatha offers academic programs that can be taken on-ground at the main campus in Watertown, WI along with several academic programs online or at various distance-learning locations.

The university also offers a Master of Education in Teaching and Learning, a Master of Arts in Teaching, a Master of Organizational Leadership, and a Master of Arts in Non-Profit Administration in its graduate level programs. Maranatha Baptist Seminary offers eight master’s degrees as well as a Doctor of Ministry degree program. In addition to the various degree options, Maranatha Baptist Bible Institute gives students an opportunity to earn a certificate in Bible while immersed in an exciting Christian university atmosphere.

The public is cordially invited to the concert. For more information please call the church at 814-544-7731.

Civic Groups Invited To Participate In Jamboree


Coudersport Arboretum Association is planning a jamboree at the arboretum, on July 17th,.
The event kicks off and extends the season for the group's annual Music In The Park. Musical performances will be held the following Wednesday evenings in July, at 6 p.m., and during the month of August.     

Starting at noon, the day-long music festival will feature at least six bands, and end at 8 p.m.
Civic organizations are invited, at no charge, to set up informational tables, and sell food, drinks, crafts.  

Any organization wishing to participate should contact Summer Music Program Director Paul Herzig at 274-9220, message facebook group page CoudersportArboretumAssociation, or email coudersportarboretum@gmail.com

Public restrooms will be available on site. 

Details about the event will be published in upcoming announcements.

Bird Dog Handlers’ Clinic to be Offered by the Ruffed Grouse Society at the Rolfe Beagle Club on June 26 – Registration Required

Johnsonburg, Pa.:  The. Ruffed Grouse Society is proud to announce that they will offer a first-of-its-kind bird dog handlers’ clinic in northern PA for new hunters and others just wanting to build a better training relationship with their bird dog. The Upland Bird Hunt and Allegheny Chapters are offering this training at the Rolfe Beagle Club at 1016 Long Level Road, Johnsonburg, PA 15845.  
Registration is required to attend this course; contact Lisa Rossi at lisar@ruffedgrousesociety.org.  Registration is FREE, but required.

The program will cover:
•    Grouse and woodcock habitat identification;
•    Puppy training – what to expect in the first year;
•    Raising birds for training; and
•    Advanced demonstrations, and Q&As for experienced dog handlers.

Lion Country Supply will do a presentation on dog training aids.  The program starts at 7:30 a.m. and ends around noon.  

“Our goal”, said Tommy Launer and Tom McPherson, co-leaders, “is to develop a network of hunters willing to help new dog owners and hunters.”

Investigation Ongoing For Burglary In Jones TWP.


 

PA Governor Tom Wolf's Weekly Newsletter

 

UPDATES
THIS WEEK IN PENNSYLVANIA
COVID-19 RESOURCES
💉 Pennsylvanians over 12 years of age are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. Find an appointment near you.
📱Help combat vaccine hesitancy and myths about vaccines by sharing your vaccine experience using #GotMyShotPA on social media.
🚙 Uber and Lyft are offering free rides to vaccination sites until July 4.
🍎 Find food assistance resources near you.
💛 Mental health and substance use disorder help is available.
💵 If you are unable to work due to COVID-19, you may be eligible for unemployment benefits.

Suspected Minor Injuries In One Vehicle Crash On RT. 414 In Morris TWP.


 

Mansfield Woman Charged With Harassment Following Domestic Dispute In Richmond TWP.


 

Lane Closures Continue Next Week on I-180 in Lycoming County

Montoursville, PA – A High-Tension Cable Barrier Project continues next week in Lycoming County. The high-tension cable barrier system will be installed on Interstate 180 between the Route 87 overpass in Fairfield Township and the Lycoming / Northumberland County line.

On Monday, June 7, through Friday, June 11, the contractor, Penn Line Service, Inc., will continue installing the new high-tension cable barrier system in the median between the Route 405 interchange in Muncy Creek Township and the Route 87 overpass in Fairfield Township. Work will be performed from 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM.

Motorists can expect the left (passing) lane to be closed where work is being performed. No work will be performed during the weekend.
Motorists should be alert, slow down, watch for slow or stopped vehicles, expect lane changes, expect travel delays, and drive with caution through the work zone.

Work on this project is expected to be completed in November 2021.

Driver Transported To Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital Following DUI Crash On Locey Creek Rd In Chatham TWP


 

Two Cited For Harassment In MT. Jewett Boro


 

No Injuries And Disabling Damage In Vehicle VS. Deer Crash On RT. 59 In Corydon TWP.


 

Lewis Run Are Investigating Forgery In Lafayette TWP.


 

Lewis Run PSP Are Investigating A Theft In Lafayette TWP.


 

PA Permit Violations Issued

 

PA Permit Violation Issued to CHESAPEAKE APPALACHIA LLC in Windham Twp, Wyoming County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 5/27/2021 to CHESAPEAKE APPALACHIA LLC in Windham Twp, Wyoming county. 78a85(a)5 - CASING AND CEMENTING - CEMENT STANDARDS - The operator failed to prevent gas flow in the annulus. In areas of known shallow gas producing zones, gas block additives and low fluid loss slurries shall be used.
Incident Date/Time: 2021-05-27 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to CHESAPEAKE APPALACHIA LLC in Windham Twp, Wyoming County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 5/27/2021 to CHESAPEAKE APPALACHIA LLC in Windham Twp, Wyoming county. 78a86 - 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: 2021-05-27 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to CHESAPEAKE APPALACHIA LLC in Windham Twp, Wyoming County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 5/27/2021 to CHESAPEAKE APPALACHIA LLC in Windham Twp, Wyoming county. 78a86 - 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: 2021-05-27 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

The Coudersport Area School District is accepting letters of interest and applications for Summer School Teachers

 


IU9 Is Hiring A Part-Time Receptionist/Secretary At The Smethport Office