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Saturday, July 24, 2021

ATV ACCIDENT IN WOODS OFF BENNETTS VALLEY HIGHWAY

Jay Township, FoxTownship, Penfield, Elkland SAR , Air medical dispatched. Victims reported to be up walking around. Responders attempting to locat and confirm. Reported to be in the woods behind winery.

David Craig Michalegko, 65, of Erie, PA

David Craig Michalegko

David Craig Michalegko, 65, of Erie, PA died peacefully on Friday, July 23, 2021, at home with his family by his side after a courageous and hard-fought battle with cancer.

David was born on October 8, 1955, in Wellsville, NY to the late Paul and Barbara (Costello) Michalegko.

Growing up in Genesee, PA, David attended and graduated from Northern Potter Jr/Sr High School. Following graduation, he enlisted in the United States Army. He spent

US Army Veteran

his enlisted time in Germany. Upon his discharge from the military, he relocated to Erie where he has since resided. He worked in several local manufacturing companies as a machinist with over 25 years with the Plastek Group.

A private individual David enjoyed time with his family, reading, old black and white westerns, and doing crossword puzzles which he claimed his father “got him into”. A tough exterior covered a kind, caring spirit and heart. David was a long-time member of St. Julia’s Catholic Church and was a devout Catholic.

He is proceeded in death by his mother, father, and sister, Susan Michalegko.

Those grieving his passing include his siblings; Paula Michalegko (Chuck Guagliardi) of St. Augustine, Fl, Pamela Michalegko of Arlington, VA, Richard (Maria) of Naples, FL, Joseph (Cheryl) of Erie, and Joan Todd (William) of Erie. Also, mourning his passing are five nephews and three nieces.

As per David’s wishes, no viewing hours will be observed, and the funeral mass and burial will be private and at the convenience of his immediate family.

Those wishing to honor David’s memory may do so by making a donation to Erie Homes for Children and Adults, 226 East 27th St., Erie, PA 16504.

Bradford Police Attempting To Locate Stolen Trek Bicycle

 City of Bradford Police

The City of Bradford Police Department would like to ask the public to contact us if they see this stolen bicycle. It was an expensive Trek bike stolen from in front of the "Just Riding Along" bike store yesterday. 

The suspect is in custody but the bike has not been recovered. Thank you for your assistance. 

Anyone with information is asked to call 814-887-4911.

Susan Jane Bennett, age 61 of Knoxville, PA

Susan Jane Bennett

Susan Jane Bennett, age 61 of Knoxville, PA passed away on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre.  

Born May 16, 1960 in Blossburg, she was the daughter of the late Kenneth and Mary (Allen) Short.  Sue married Alan J. Bennett and they shared 42 years together and were foster parents for many years.  

Sue enjoyed taking care of grandkids for everyone, camping and she loved to craft.  She was a member of the Facebook group, Yarn Buddies, where they would exchange gifts.  

In the past she liked to volunteer at the Rod and Gun Club and the Valley Community Ambulance.  

Sue is survived by her loving husband, Alan; children, Bobbie Jo and Tracy Thomas, Michelle Flynn, Echo (Clayton Madison) Bennett and Timothy Baltozer, all of Knoxville; grandchildren, Bradley, Kayla and Kameron Hackett, Dallas, Kirsten and Colby Thomas, Shay and Shyla Flynn and Ryan, Brock and Tru King;  great grandchildren, Natalie Williams, James, Isabella and Jackson Thomas; a brother, Scot Short of Sabinsville; two special friends, Shelly Cook and Deb Musto and many nieces, nephews and friends. 

She was preceded in death by four sons, Ryan, Brett, Neil and Kevin and a granddaughter, Rylee Thomas.  

Family will receive friends at Kenyon Funeral Home, 214 W. Main St., Elkland on Monday, 5:00 – 7:00 PM.  A Funeral Service will be held immediately following at 7:00 PM with Rev. Larry O’Dell officiating.  www.kenyonfuneralhome.com.

15TH SEASON OF ENDLESS MOUNTAIN MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERTS CONTINUES DAILY THROUGH SUNDAY, AUGUST 1

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Abbie Gardner will be performing on July 29 during the Endless Mountain Music Festival


The Endless Mountain Music Festival continues with daily concerts for all ages now through Sunday, August 1 at venues in Pennsylvania and New York.

In Steadman Theatre on Saturday, July 24 at 7 p.m., the Festival Orchestra will play Navarro’s “Downey Overture”, Paganini’s “Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major” featuring Ilya Kaler on violin and Taneyev’s “Symphony No. 2 in D Minor.”

At the Clemens Center in Elmira, N.Y. on Sunday, July 25 at 7 p.m., pianist Gregory Martin and violinist Ilya Kaler will perform works by Mozart, Bach, Kreisler, Milstein and Beethoven. 

Groove cabaret-style with Kansas City's Bram Wijnands, jazz, swing and stride pianist at the Penn Wells Hotel in Wellsboro on Monday, July 26 at 7 p.m. For dinner reservations beginning at 5:15 p.m. at the Penn Wells, call 570-724-2111. Doors for the concert only will open at 6:45 p.m. 

The EMMF Woodwind Quintet and pianist Gregory Martin will play Tuesday, July 27 at 7 p.m. in the Deane Center for the Performing Arts in Wellsboro.

In Mansfield University's Steadman Theatre at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 28 pianist Sheng Cai will give a recital.

During a free concert at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 29 at the Knoxville Yoked Church at 110 Alba Street in Knoxville, singer-songwriter Abbie Gardner will perform her original blues/Americana tunes as she plays her acoustic lap-style slide guitar. She will sing fan favorites from her four CDs and preview new songs from her soon-to-be-released fifth album recorded at home during the pandemic. Her new music is full of blues, heartfelt ballads and the ache of the unknown.

Friday, July 30 at 7 p.m. in Mansfield University's Steadman Theater, the Festival Orchestra will play French composer Édouard Lalo's opera in three acts about the mythical city of Ys; Mexican composer Arturo Márquez’s "Landscapes under the sign of the Cosmos" about astrological star signs with inventive use of Latin rhythm, colorful orchestration, and good melodies; and Rachmaninoff’s “Piano Concerto No. 3” featuring pianist Sheng Cai.

In Steadman Theater at 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 31, the Festival Orchestra will perform Rossini’s "Italian Girl in Algiers" overture; Navarro’s “Rose in Flames” with vocalist Alyssa Rose and harpist Melanie Mashner; Wieniawski’s “Violin Concerto No. 2 in D Minor” with violinist Sirena Huang; and Dvořák’s “Symphony No. 5 in F Major.”

The 15th Season will end on Sunday, August 1 at 2:30 p.m. with a free Pops Concert being given by the Festival Orchestra in memory of Robert N. Dunham at the Wellsboro Johnston Airport at 112 Runway Road near Wellsboro. Featured will be selections from Broadway musicals, Hollywood films and popular television shows in the airport hanger. Among them are the "Downton Abbey Suite", "Magic of Motown", "The Godfather Suite", the "Wonder Woman Theme", John Philip Sousa's "The Stars and Stripes Forever" and Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture."

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Youth, 20 and under, are admitted free to all Endless Mountain Musical Festival concerts.

To purchase individual tickets or a flexible pass to attend any six concerts or for more information, call the Endless Mountain Music Festival Box Office at 570-787-7800 or visit www.endlessmountain.net. Tickets will also be sold at the door. 

UPMC Physician: Safe Travel Takes A Little Preparation Rutul Dalal, MD Infectious Diseases, UPMC

While we’re still in a worldwide pandemic, there are many signs that the world is starting to return to a sense of what life was like before COVID-19. Many states and countries are lifting quarantine and mask mandates as well as modifying travel restrictions. Shops, restaurants, and other places of business are working toward full capacity and there seems to be interest among people to get out and enjoy a vacation or travel to see family members they haven’t seen in over a year. According to the Transportation Security Administration, the number of passengers that have crossed airport security has more than doubled since this past January. Even though many of us may feel comfortable out in the world again, it is important to stay diligent, take care of your health while traveling, and be mindful of others.

Planning Your Trip

A little bit of planning before your next trip will go a long way to ensuring your safety. Schedule an appointment with your doctor for a checkup at least four weeks before you travel. This is the prime chance to address any existing health concerns that might take away from the experience of your trip. Also, it would be a good time to learn about the status of your health to make sure you stay well after you have already left for your journey. It’s also a great time to bring up questions related to the area you plan to travel – are there certain viruses prevalent, can we drink the water there, and what’s the pandemic look like in the region.
The following list is the information recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and 

Prevention (CDC) to share with your primary care provider during this visit:
Special conditions such as pregnancy, allergies, or chronic health problems.
Destinations on your itinerary.
Type of accommodations (hotels, hostels, short-term rentals).
Type of travel (cruise, business, adventure travel).
Timing and length of your trip.
Planned activities.

During your predeparture visit with your health care provider, it would also be a good idea to bring up any of your prescribed medications. You can discuss any issues that you might be having with the medication and ensure that you will have more than enough doses while you are away.
In addition to your over-the-counter medicine, consider packing a few extra health items. The items you bring may be dependent upon where you are traveling, but a few suggestions are your health insurance card, proof of vaccinations, a small first aid kit, hand sanitizer, insect repellent, or sunscreen.

Immunizations for Your Trip
Depending on your travel plan, your provider may suggest certain vaccinations. These vaccinations may even be required by the local government where you’re traveling. Some examples of common travel vaccinations include: 
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
Typhoid and paratyphoid fever
Meningococcal disease
Yellow fever 

It’s also recommended that you be up to date with routine vaccines, or those that you might think of as the childhood vaccines that you get before starting school such as the annual flu shot and Tdap.

Pandemic Considerations
Whether you are traveling or not, the COVID-19 vaccination is strongly recommended. If you are fully vaccinated and traveling domestically, it is advised that you still mask up in heavily populated areas, such as planes, buses, or other forms of public transportation. Afterward, you should monitor yourself for any COVID-19 symptoms and get tested if they develop. The same advice should be followed if you are traveling internationally, however you should certainly get tested once you arrive back to the United States.
If you are unvaccinated and traveling domestically, consider the previous recommendations and additionally get tested before and after you go on your trip, avoid people that have higher risk of severe illness, and quarantine for seven full days after travel. You should not travel internationally if you have not been vaccinated for COVID-19. If you must, follow the recommendations for travel that are located on the CDC’s website.

Do Your Homework
We’re in uncharted territory as our cities and countries start to open back up for travel. When planning your next trip, start with an appointment with your primary care provider. Then, do your homework and remain flexible. Keep in mind that restrictions can change rapidly depending on local conditions. It's also important to keep in mind the COVID-19 situation, such as the level of spread and presence of variants, varies in each country. Check back for updates as your trip gets closer. Save yourself unpleasant surprises and delays by checking for restrictions at your destination and anywhere you might stop along the way. 

Rutul Dalal, MD, is the director of Infectious Diseases for UPMC in North Central Pa. For more information, visit UPMC.com/services/division-infectious-diseases.

Otto Township, Derrick City Responded To Early Morning Crash



 Derrick City Volunteer Fire Department

***mutual aid MVA with Otto***

Early This morning Derrick City VFD was dispatched at 0251hrs to assist Otto Twp VFD for an MVA in Duke Center. Squad 11, Rescue 11, Chief 11, Chief 1130 responded. 

Upon arrival found one vehicle with heavy damage well off the road in a small creek.  Vehicle sheered of a telephone pole resulting in low hanging wires.   

The driver was uninjured and did not require EMS. Squad 11 assisted on scene while Rescue 11 provided road closure & diverted traffic at the intersection of Route 346 and Summit road due to the electrical hazard. 

Station 11 Units were on scene for 3 hrs along with Station 9, OTPD, Donovan’s Towing and Penelec.

McKean County Mosquito Control Spraying Week of July 26th

The McKean County Mosquito Control Program will be conducting a truck mounted ultra-low volume (ULV) mosquito control operation in Annin Township, Keating Township, Otto Township, Eldred Township and Eldred Borough, McKean County. 

Residential and recreational areas will be sprayed for adult mosquitoes using Biomist3+15, applied at a rate of .62 oz per acre. This product is designed to provide quick knockdown and effective control of adult nuisance mosquitos. 

The control work will begin late evening Monday July 26th with rain dates of Tuesday July 27th, Wednesday July 28th and Thursday July 29th. Weather conditions, surveillance data, and other unexpected events could delay or cancel this spray operation. 

The staging area for spraying is Eldred Memorial Park. The truck mounted ULV spray will be conducted by McKean Environmental Solutions LLC in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. Please call 814-598-3652 if you have any questions or concerns.

Olean Man Arrested After Torching Front of North Union Street Bar

City of Olean, NY Police Department

30 year old Dustin Gutknecht of Olean was arrested yesterday at 4:00 p.m. for charges of Arson 4th degree and Criminal mischief 3rd degree after the Criminal investigation unit responded to the Plant Bar located at 1201 North Union Street after the owner was notified the front of the building had been burned. 

Damage to the front door and around the area of the front door had been done by Gutknecht igniting an accelerant at approximately 4:15 a.m. yesterday. 

The fire extinguished itself before spreading to other areas of the building. Olean City fire department also assisted in this investigation.

Firefighter Killed, Two Injured, State Trooper Injured at Accident Scene on I-76


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2021 AMEIA Engine Show Today on Rt. 155, just South of Port Allegany

 


Truck-Lite Seeking Planning Assistant; Opening at Coudersport, McElhatten or Wellsboro Facilities


 

Mansfield PSP Are Investigating A Hit And Run On RT. 362 In Shippen TWP.


 

Carl W. Bristol, 78, formerly of Mt. Jewett, PA

Carl W. Bristol

Carl W. Bristol, 78, formerly of Mt. Jewett, PA passed away Monday (July 19, 2021) at the Lutheran Home at Kane. 

Born July 13, 1943, in Statesville, NC, he was a son of the late William and Betsy (Wonner) Bristol Keyser 

Carl had been employed as a custodian at the Hamlin Bank and Trust. 

Surviving are a sister-in-law, Sandra Bristol of Asheville, NC; a niece, Jennifer Bristol of Dallas, TX; a nephew, Jonathan (Stephanie) Bristol of Severna Park, MD; and a great-niece, Elliet Bristol. 

In addition to his parents, Carl was preceded in death by two brothers, William Bristol and James Bristol. 

Friends will be received at the Cummings Funeral Home, Inc. from 12:00 to 1:00 pm Thursday (July 29, 2021) where funeral services will follow with Chuck Paar officiating.

Burial will be in McKean Memorial Park. 

Online condolences can be expressed at www.cummingsfh.com.

Coudersport Ambulance to Whitney Creek Road


At 10:36 AM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to Whitney Creek Road for difficulty breathing.

Section of Route 219 in DuBois to Close on Sunday

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is alerting motorists that a section of Route 219 (West DuBois Avenue) in DuBois will be closed on Sunday, July 25. The road will be closed near the intersection with DuBois Street and a local detour will be in place. The closure is necessary to protect motorists and move equipment as demolition of a building located at the intersection takes place.

Closure details are:

• Closure hours are 11:00 A.M. on Sunday, July 25 through 6:00 A.M. Monday,
July 26. PennDOT will reopen the road sooner if work progress allows.

• The detour will use DuBois Street, Parkway Drive, Route 219/Liberty Boulevard, and Route 219 (West DuBois Avenue).

• Drivers should anticipate travel delays depending on traffic volumes.

Locally Grown Blueberries Are Ready Sunday in Coudersport; Pick Your Own or We'll Pick Them For You


 

Kimberly C. White, 47, of Eldred, PA

Kimberly C. White 

loving wife, mother, and daughter 

Kimberly C. White, 47, of Eldred, PA passed away with her family by her side at Buffalo General Hospital in Buffalo, NY on July 22, 2021 after a short, courageous battle with cancer.

Kim was born on February 15, 1974 in Foley, Alabama the daughter of Elisha "Marty" and Debby Kio Campbell. She graduated from Port Allegany High School in 1993. She married Bradley Stephen White Sr. on November 29, 1997.

Kim worked for UPMC Bowman Health Center in Smethport, PA.

She loved spending time with family and friends, baking, and making crafts.

Kim is survived by her daughter Elisha White, Temple, TX and son Bradley Stephen White Jr and future daughter-in-law Kristen Baker, Killeen, TX; her parents, Port Allegany, two brothers Jason (Denise) Campbell, Port Allegany, Tony (April) Campbell, Harrington, DE, and sister Shelley (Tony) Pavone, Holt, FL; mother-in-law Pam White, Eldred; brother-in-law Christopher (Jessika) White, Slippery Rock; nieces Taylor McMillen, Tori Campbell, Paige Campbell, and Elizabeth, White; nephews Dylan Bowers, Anthony Pavone, Grant Campbell, and Samuel White; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

She is preceded in death by her son Todd Joseph White in 1998, her maternal grandparents Roy and Georgianna Kio, her paternal grandparents Evans and Louise Campbell, father-in-law Todd White, and niece Emily White.

Friends and family are invited to visit at the Eldred United Methodist Church from 2-4 pm and 6-8 pm Sunday, July 25th, 2021. A funeral service will be at the Eldred United Methodist Church at 11 am on Monday, July 26th, 2021 with Rev. Christopher White and Rev. Jim Cannistraci officiating and a lunch following. Burial will be at Eulalia Cemetery, Coundersport, PA.

Memorials can be made to Eldred United Methodist Church, 26 Main Street, Eldred PA 16731.

Online condolences may be made at www.framefuneralhome.com

PA Permit Violations Issued

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PA Permit Violation Issued to WILLIAM MCINTIRE COAL OIL & GAS in Warsaw Twp, Jefferson County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 7/23/2021 to WILLIAM MCINTIRE COAL OIL & GAS in Warsaw Twp, Jefferson county. 78.88(D)_ - OPERATING WELLS - MECHANICAL INTEGRITY OF OPERATING WELLS - Operator failed to immediately notify the Department and follow required hierarchy for corrective actions to mitigate excess pressure on the surface casing seat or coal protective casing seat for wells not in compliance with 25 Pa. Code § 78.73(c).
Incident Date/Time: 2021-07-23 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

 

Otto Twp. Dispatched For Car into a Pole Crash on Timberline Drive

Wires are down. Driver is out of the vehicle.

2021 Frosty Hollow Herb Fair


 

Wilkinson Online Auction; Bid Now Thru Wednesday, August 11, 2021


Viant Medical Inc. Of Westfield Is Hiring

 


Coudersport Shop 'N Save Is Hiring A Floor Cleaner


 

Friday, July 23, 2021

Come to Galeton and Save $$$ At North Central Supply And The Shops of Quarter West

North Central Supply and The Shops of Quarter West, 25 West St., Galeton, Pa.  Open Tues-Friday 10-5, Sat. 9-4.  Some new items in ... Lots of prehung doors ready to install.. Lots of new Spring decor and farmhouse primitives at Grammy's Shack.. New washer, dryers refrigerators and gas and electric ranges.. Save some money and make the drive to Galeton... No one beats our prices... period!


 

Car Wash Tomorrow! Break The Chains this Weekend

Pictured are Amanda Miles Rudolph, Trudi Bowser, Shelby Stewart, Aiden Barkefelt, Sierra Wiley and Heath Rudolph; (back) Ryan Bowser, Nick Carinci, Stone Kryzeski, Allie Ahearn and Oliver Grebbien, CMA Ignite Youth Group members and their advisors.  



The CMA Ignite Youth Group from the Port Allegany Alliance Church will have a busy week ahead and they sponsor a car wash Saturday, July 24 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the church located at 414 E. Mill Street.  Cost is by donation.  

There will be a Break the Chains Prayer walk at the Port Allegany Town Square at 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 29.  

The 5th Annual Break the Chains Festival will be held July 30 and 31 on the Port Allegany Town Square, 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. both days.  The event will feature great bands, public speakers, puppets, crafts and food vendors, raffles, free events, and raffles for the kids all day, both days.  More information including the schedule of events can be found at www.breakthechainscoalition.com and on Facebook.  

Future events include the Break the Chains  Coffee House in Galeton on August 28 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Galeton Town Center Gazebo by the lake and the Break the Chains Cruisin to Recovery Car Show on September 25 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Kane Drive In.  


Hinsdale Responds To Two Accidents on I-86

 Hinsdale Fire Department

In the late hours of Thursday night and early hours of Friday morning, Hinsdale Fire/EMS and Trans-Am were dispatched to two separate motor vehicle accidents on I-86 East bound.
The first accident was a reported camper off the road into a ditch at 0945 hours. Hinsdale Chief, Engine 52, AM-238, and Olean-10 responded. Crews arrived to find a camper van into the median and Portville Truck and Auto was notified. No injuries were reported. Cattaraugus County Sheriffs assisted on scene.  

The second accident was reported at 0409 hours Friday morning. The caller stated a single vehicle rollover with the possibility of multiple victims. Hinsdale Chief, Engine 52, AM-238, O-10, and Trans-Am ambulance responded to find a one vehicle rollover with one victim who was able to self extricate. Trans-Am transported the victim to the hospital and crews cleared the scene. New York State Police were also on scene.

Speaker Announces Member’s Immediate Resignation

Criminal Charges Filed Against House Member

HARRISBURG – Yesterday the Attorney General of Pennsylvania filed criminal charges against Rep. Margo Davidson (D-Philadelphia).  Today, Speaker of the House Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) received Davidson’s resignation letter, effective immediately.

Davidson is charged with theft, solicitation to hinder apprehension and election code violations.

“When one member of our chamber breaks the trust the public gives to us, it impacts all of our abilities to govern effectively,” Cutler said. “I applaud the efforts of the Attorney General to identify corruption and take swift action.  Now, members on both sides of the aisle are tasked with rebuilding and earning the trust that has been broken by these actions.”

The speaker will announce a special election for the 164th district in the next 10 days.

Weekend Events

 

7-23 Hamlin Memorial Library Footstomp To Go

7-23 Hamlin Memorial Library Footstomp To Go

7-23/24 Friends And Family Yard Sale In Emporium

7-23/24 Friends And Family Yard Sale In Emporium

7-24 Drive Thru Covid 19 Vaccine Clinic

7-24 Drive Thru Covid 19 Vaccine Clinic

7-24 Youth Group Car Wash, Port Allegany, PA

7-24 Youth Group Car Wash, Port Allegany, PA

7-24 Otto Township 5 K

7-24 Otto Township 5 K

7-24 Barbara Mascato Library Seed Saving

7-24 Barbara Mascato Library Seed Saving

7-24/25 Chapman State Park Programs

7-24/25 Chapman State Park Programs


Coudersport Ambulance to Mapleview Lane


At 4:06 PM on Friday, Coudersport Ambulance has been called to Mapleview Lane for a woman ill.

John “Toby” William Shea, 87, of Warren, Pa.

John “Toby” William Shea

Well played, Toby.

John “Toby” William Shea, 87, of Warren, Pa., died on Friday, July 23rd, 2021, peacefully in his home surrounded by family. 

He was born in Clarendon, Pennsylvania on Friday, March 2nd, 1934, to William Shea and Eleanor Wycoff Shea. Toby graduated from Warren Area High School in 1953 and was offered a football scholarship to the Pennsylvania State University where he attended for one academic year. After leaving Penn State, Toby enlisted in the United States Army, serving two years during the Korean War. During this time, he was stationed in Marysville, California and El Paso, Texas. Upon leaving the Army, he enrolled at Lock Haven State College where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Education. 

Following graduation from Lock Haven, Toby accepted a teaching and coaching position at Johnsonburg High School. After settling in the teaching profession, Toby went back to school at Indiana University, Bloomington where he obtained his Masters of Science in Health and Safety in 1965. Toby left Johnsonburg to accept a teaching and coaching position at Youngsville High School in 1963. During his time at Youngsville High School, Toby led the Eagles to back-to-back undefeated seasons in 1965 and 1966. While coaching at Youngsville, Toby met the love of his life, Susan Orbanic and they were married July 15th, 1967. 
Korean War Veteran


Following this successful era at Youngsville, Shea accepted the position to coach the Warren Dragons Football team in 1967. Toby coached the Dragons until 1984, compiling a record of 117-55-3. The highlight of his coaching career came in 1976 when the Dragons went undefeated and finished fourth in the Commonwealth. In addition to coaching football, Toby coached softball and track during his time at Warren High School. His teaching and coaching profession concluded when he retired from the Warren County School District in 1993. He along with all of his football coaches, were instrumental and founding members of the Warren Sports Boosters. In his retirement, Toby served two terms on the Warren County Board of School Directors from 1997 until 2005. In 1999, Toby was inducted into the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame. 

Toby was an avid outdoorsman, a lifetime member of the Kalbfus Club, and loved raising his hunting dogs. Most of all, Toby enjoyed spending time with his family and watching his grandchildren in their many activities. He loved the thrill of watching them thrive in their sports and they dropped everything and drove many miles to be present for it all. 

He is survived by his wife of fifty-four years, Susan Orbanic Shea, a daughter Jennifer Shea Wortman (David) of Warren, Pa., and a son Tobin Shea (Nicole Blakeslee) of Los Feliz, California. He is also survived by five grandchildren, John, Luke, Megan, Grace, and Isabel Wortman. Lastly are his two loyal dogs, Toby and Nellie. 

John was proceeded in death by his parents, William and Eleanor Wycoff Shea, his daughter Kathleen Shea, his sisters Eleanor “Billie” Hartwig and Georgianna Shea. 

Friends may call at the Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc., 304 East Street, Warren, PA. on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, from 1 to 3 and 6 to 8 P.M A Mass of Christian Burial will be con-celebrated Thursday, July 29, 2021, at St. Joseph R.C. Church, 600 Pennsylvania Avenue West, Warren, PA. at 11:00 A.M. with Fr. Richard Tomasone, Pastor, officiating, and Fr. Stephen Schreiber, Pastor of Holy Redeemer R.C. Church, concelebrating. 

Entombment will be in the Mausoleum of the Ascension in St. Joseph R.C. Cemetery. 

Those wishing to submit e-mail condolences may do so by visiting www.lewisfuneralhomeinc.com  

Those wishing to place memorials may do so through Warren Sports Boosters, Warren Lions Club, St. Joseph Church Educational Center Fund or Holy Redeemer Church Building Fund.

Janice I. REYNOLDS, 80, of Rochester, NY

Janice I. REYNOLDS

Janice I. REYNOLDS, 80, of Rochester, NY, died Monday, December 28, 2020 in LeRoy Village Green, LeRoy, NY.

A graveside service will be held 11:00 AM, Sunday, July 25, 2021 in Ulysses Cemetery.  

Arrangements are under the direction of Olney-Foust Funeral Homes & Crematory, Ulysses, PA.  Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfoust.com.

Coudersport Ambulance to Sweden Valley Manor


 At 3:07 PM on Friday, Coudersport Ambulance dispatched to Sweden Valley Manor for a woman ill.

Fire & EMS Dispatched For Motorcycle Crash on Wykoff Run Road


At 2:05 PM on Friday, Sinnemahoning, Emporium Fire & EMS have been dispatched to Wykoff Run Road, a half-mile from the RR crossing for a report of a motorcycle into the ditch. This is in Grove Township.

RECALLED Emporium. Not Found.

Two Days Left To Visit the Allegany County Fair in Angelica, NY

 


Lawrenceville, Tioga Called To Lawn Tractor Fire

At 1:19 PM on Friday, Lawrenceville & Tioga have been dispatched to a lawn tractor fire with exposures at 262 East Lawrence Road.

Shinglehouse Ambulance to East Academy Street

 


At 12:55 PM on Friday, Shinglehouse ambulance dispatched to East Academy Street for a woman fallen.

Mental Wellness in Cattaraugus County Fund grant applications now being accepted

OLEAN, N.Y., July 23, 2021 – The Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation is now accepting applications for this year’s grants from the Mental Wellness in Cattaraugus County Fund.

Applications are due September 1.

The grant application can be accessed at cattfoundation.org/grant-seekers/grant-opportunities/. The online application has now moved to a new, fully electronic process this year, Buchheit said.

Grants from this fund support program services and activities that promote and support mental wellness in Cattaraugus County.

“As we continue to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we know that a priority area of support is mental health and wellness services, said CRCF Executive Director Karen Niemic Buchheit. “The isolation related to shut downs and safety protocols have created difficulty for those seeking these services and resources, making this grant process all the more important.

Typically grants will range from $500 to $1,500, but up to $4,000 may be available for special projects, particularly those that impact vulnerable and/or disadvantaged individuals.

Nonprofit agencies with questions about the grant application process are encouraged to contact CRCF at 716-301-2723 or foundation@cattfoundation.org

Former members of the dissolved Mental Health Association of Cattaraugus County established the fund to financially support programs and activities that promote mental wellness in Cattaraugus County.

Since the fund was established in 2018, it has made possible just short of $8,000 in grants for programming and services that support the mental wellness of Cattaraugus County citizens.

Donations can be made to the Mental Wellness in Cattaraugus County Fund at CRCF, 301 North Union Street, Suite 203, Olean, NY 14760 or online at cattfoundation.org.

The Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation is the area’s supportive, responsive and trusted community foundation. Established in 1994, CRCF is growing good by connecting donors to the causes they care about most in the region. Grants from the foundation support many areas, including education, scholarships, health care, the arts, community development, human service, and youth development. To learn more, call (716) 301-CRCF (2723), email foundation@cattfoundation.org, or visit online at www.cattfoundation.org. CRCF is also on Facebook (facebook.com/cattfoundation) and Twitter (@CattFoundation).

Pastor Barbara J. (Hatch) Chadwick, 85, of Limestone Run, Limestone, NY,

Pastor Barbara J. (Hatch) Chadwick

Pastor Barbara J. (Hatch) Chadwick, 85, of Limestone Run, Limestone,
NY, passed away on Wednesday, July 21, 2021, at the Pavilion at BRMC.

Born July 12, 1936, in Olean, NY, she was a daughter of the late Zola
and Margaret (Lincoln) Combs.

On May 8, 1954, she married Harold Hatch who died on January 15, 1988.
On April 7, 1990, she married William Chadwick who preceded her in
death on May 7, 2017.

Barb graduated from Limestone High School in 1954 and Miracle Valley
Bible College in 1968. She was ordained in 1970 and founded the
Limestone Pentecostal Tabernacle, serving in ministry for over 60
years in the Limestone area.

She enjoyed flowers, painting and traveling, but her passion was
Spreading the Gospel.

Barb owned her own flower shop Arrangements by Barbara and authored three books.

She is survived by two daughters Noreen (Randy) Watson, of Fort Worth,
Tx., Lori (Joseph) DeAngelis, of Bradford, one son H. Keith (Kathy)
Hatch, of Bradford, one step daughter Jill (Paul) Ivanich, of Rew, two
step sons, Todd Chadwick, of Olean, NY and Collin (Tina) Chadwick, of
Fort Mill, SC, two brothers, Larry (Diana) Combs, of Limestone NY and
Russell (Renee) Combs, of Pittsburgh, sister-in-law and caregiver
Margaret Combs and many grandchildren, great grandchildren and several
nieces and nephews.

Barb is preceded in death by her parents, husbands, Harold Hatch and
William Chadwick, one brother Leland Combs, and infant sister Rosetta
Combs.

Friends are invited to a public visitation on Saturday, July 24, 2021
from 10AM to 1PM followed by a funeral service at the Limestone
Pentecostal Tabernacle, 6367 Limestone Run, Limestone, NY 14753, with
Brother Billy Ladner, officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Valley
Cemetery, Olean, NY.

Memorial contributions, if desired, may be made to the Limestone
Pentecostal Tabernacle, 6367 Limestone Run, Limestone, NY 14753.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Hollenbeck-Cahill
Funeral Homes Inc.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

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