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Saturday, January 15, 2022

Lewis Run PSP Are Investigating An Alleged Sexual Assault In Mt. Jewett Boro


 

Port Allegany Ambulance to South Main Street


At 7:55 PM on Saturday, Port Allegany ambulance has been dispatched to South Main Street for general illness.

Kane Dispatched For Water Main Break

At 7:53 PM on Saturday, Kane Fire Dept. has been dispatched to Hacker & Yarnell Streets for a water main break. Also for a pump detail for a flooded basement.

Allegany Fire Dept. Reports on House Fire at 44 North Second Street on Friday

 

1/14/22 12:02 Allegany Fire toned, along with AREMS, Westons Mills, and Knapp Creek, for a structure fire at 44 N Second St in the Village of Allegany. 
 
Allegany Chief arrived on scene and declared a working fire, which brought Westons and Knapps Creek to the scene. Engine 31 arrived on scene and started an aggressive interior attack. Engine 32 was less then a minute behind and laid in from the plug. The crew then went to work with ventilation. 
 
The primary search was negative and the house found to be unoccupied at the time of the fire. Due to the age of the house, the balloon frame build, and plaster and lath building materials, it was a very manpower intensive fire. 
 
Responding to the scene included firefighters from the City and Town of Olean, Limestone, Portville, Hinsdale, and Cuba. Also assisting on scene were Catt Co Emergency Services, Allegany PD, NYS Police, and Allegany Fire Ladies Auxiliary. Bolivar and Salamanca provided standby services for various departments. 
 
The investigation is currently underway by the Allegany Fire and Cattaraugus County investigation teams. There were no injuries reported.

Potter County Habitat for Humanity Receives $2000 Dollar Donation


Potter County Habitat for Humanity was recently awarded a $2000 donation from Northwest Bank to continue its support of area residents in obtaining home ownership. Flanked by Kelly Fernandez and Steve Erway from Northwest are volunteer members Warren Cederholm, Marilyn Kistner, Carol Jackson, and Logan Gorg. 

Their recent accomplishment is a home on Brophy Avenue that was donated by Greg Gooch, and his mother Cheryl, and moved to the new location. Location prep was done by Ryan Pelchy, and the home was moved by Ackley Construction. Hookups for electric, plumbing, and heat were performed by volunteer Dennis Furman. 

The rest of the labor to reset the siding, flooring, painting, and more was done by an all-female crew of volunteers working many hours with new owner Brittany Freer to make it a complete beautiful home. Plans for the next home are in the works and Habitat is always looking for volunteers. Those interested can call Carol Jackson at 274-0219 for more information.

Mission Report by PA Senator Cris Dush


Please take a moment to review this weeks mission report:
▪Senate Accomplishments: Education
▪Farmers and Mental Health Discussed by Senate Committee
▪Sen. Dush Talks with Ag Sec. Redding During PA Farm Show
▪Noell Nichols of Dubois, Clearfield County, Receives PA Farm Show Scholarships
▪Central Mountain High School FFA-Restored Tractor on Display at PA Farm Show
▪Sen. Dush’s Team Takes Blue Ribbon in PA Farm Show Celebrity Feed Scurry Competition
▪Transition To 5G Cellular Service Will Cause Older 3G Phones To Stop Operating In 2022
▪Homeowner Assistance Program Opens Feb. 1
▪Applications Being Accepted for PennDOT Summer Employment Program
▪Corporal David Powell Retires from Pennsylvania State Police
▪Caring for Dogs in Winter: The Law
▪Jan. 21 Transportation “Innovations Challenge” Deadline
▪Martin Luther King Jr. Day 

Details at https://senatorcrisdushpa.com/enews/011422-2/

Pennsylvania State Police Troop C Camp Cadet Available


 

Roulette Ambulance to Hester Avenue


At 3:40 PM on Saturday, Roulette Ambulance has been called to Hester Avenue for a woman ill.

G2 Gymnastics –Lancaster Results

Pictured L-R
Front Row: Leah Miller, Maci Palys, Reagan Artlip, Mae Joyce, Brinley Rossrucker, Averi Luther, Carleigh Love
2nd Row: Kaitlyn Gentzyel, Shelby Chamberlain, Aralyn Jennings, Kennadie Beck, Carly Reed, Ava Gentzyel, Hannah Bunk, Ava LaBella
3rd Row: Emily Cobb, Lydia West, Ariyanna Knowlton, Harper Joyce, Addie Pilon, Cenadee Ainsworth, Kallie Root, Addison Amidon
Back Row: Skyler Cooper, Cadence Taylor, Ashley Oswald, Corrine Wilcox, Eliana Curcio, Payton Danforth, Ella Bee
Missing from photo: Irelyn Rounsville, Kenadee Kinnaird


Recently, G2 Gymnastics of Shinglehouse, traveled to Lancaster, NY to participate in the Hula Day Gymnastics Meet hosted by Gymnastics Sports Academy. Thirty-two members represented G2 Gymnastics at the event with approximately 300 athletes that were in attendance. There were no team placements or individual placements for Level 2 at the event. 

G2 stayed strong against some tough competition as they brought home 70 individual awards from the 25 eligible members who could receive placements. Congratulations to our All-Around Champions: Level 3- Shelby Chamberlain (35.10) and Level 5-Carly Reed (35.75). Our Event Champions included: Level 3-Shelby Chamberlain (bars-9.25, beam-8.85), Cenadee Ainsworth (vault-9.10), Kennadie Beck (bars-9.40); Level 5-Carly Reed (bars-8.925, beam-8.70); Silver-Payton Danforth (floor-9.05); and Platinum-Ashley Oswald (bars-9.45).  G2 Gymnastics added several members to the 9.0 and All Around Clubs along with 8 additional gymnasts qualifying to Pennsylvania State Championships. The G2 Gymnastics Competitive Team will continue to train and prepare for their upcoming competition in Erie, PA. This will be the largest regular season competition for G2 as there will be approximately 2,000 athletes in attendance at the event held at the Erie Bayfront Convention Center. 

To get involved in this growing program, or for more information visit: www.g2gym.com, or email g2gymandfitness@gmail.com.  

Full results HERE


PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Lycoming Twp Township

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Lycoming Twp Township
Description: Gas permit issued on 1/10/2022 to BEECH RESOURCES LLC for site ISA 3H in Lycoming Twp township, Lycoming county
Incident Date/Time: 2022-01-10 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, permit, drilling, frack, Gas
 
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Lycoming Twp Township
Description: Gas permit issued on 1/10/2022 to BEECH RESOURCES LLC for site ISA 2H in Lycoming Twp township, Lycoming county
Incident Date/Time: 2022-01-10 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, permit, drilling, frack, Gas
 
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Lycoming Twp Township
Description: Gas permit issued on 1/10/2022 to BEECH RESOURCES LLC for site ISA 1H in Lycoming Twp township, Lycoming county
Incident Date/Time: 2022-01-10 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, permit, drilling, frack, Gas

Barbara Moscato Brown Library Holds Fundraising Auction with Card Catalog Contest Entries

Photo courtesy Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library
The artwork displayed at the top and on the left shelves is now available for bidding through the library’s fundraising auction. Bids will be accepted through February 28, 2022.


You’ve admired the Card Catalog Contest entries online and on display, now the Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library gives you a chance to take home these one-of-a-kind pieces of artwork, all while supporting your local library.

January 10 through February 28, 2022 select entries from the library’s recent Create with Our Card Catalog Contest will be up for auction to the highest bidder. Winning entries in the adult category have been set out on a special display in the library with auction sheets for each entry.

Those interested in taking home one of these absolutely stunning creations can stop by the library to enter their bids. 
“These really are marvelous creations,” says Librarian, Yelena Kisler. “So be sure to stop in regularly to make sure you still have the highest bid for your favorite piece.”
All proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards additional library programs and contests.

The winning bidder will have two weeks to pay for and claim their item before it goes to the next person in line.

All contest entries available for bidding are available to view on the library’s website at www.barbaramoscatobrownlibrary.org. For questions email the library at info@barbaramoscatobrownlibrary.org or call 814-486-8011 during the library’s regular business hours.


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Multiple Drug And DUI Arrests In Potter County






 

Coudersport Ambulance to Lafever Drive


At 3:05 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to Lafever drive for heart problems.

Potter County Commissioners Meeting Minutes From December 30, 2021


 

Full Minutes HERE

Potter County Commissioner Meeting Agenda From January 13, 2022

 




URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE


National Weather Service State College PA
125 PM EST Sat Jan 15 2022
...WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM SUNDAY TO 1 PM EST
MONDAY...


* WHAT...Heavy mixed precipitation expected. Total snow
accumulations of 6 to 11 inches and ice accumulations of around
one tenth of an inch. Winds gusting as high as 45 mph on Monday.

* WHERE...Portions of central Pennsylvania.

* WHEN...From 1 PM Sunday to 1 PM EST Monday.

* IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult. The hazardous
conditions could impact the morning commute.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour
possible late Sunday and Sunday night.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Pennsylvania
Turnpike Commission strongly encourage motorists to heed all
travel restrictions and delay unnecessary travel as significant
winter weather conditions will make travel very hazardous.

Call 5 1 1 or visit www.511pa.com for the latest travel, roadway
and traffic conditions.

To report snow or ice, post to the NWS State College Facebook
page, use Twitter @NWSStateCollege, or visit weather.gov/ctp.

Winter Storm Warning issued January 15 at 12:42PM EST until January 17 at 7:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 7 PM SUNDAY TO 7 PM EST MONDAY...

* WHAT...Heavy snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 8 to 14
inches. Winds gusting as high as 35 mph.
* WHERE...Livingston, Ontario, and Allegany counties.
* WHEN...From 7 PM Sunday to 7 PM EST Monday.
* IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult to impossible. The
hazardous conditions could impact the morning or evening
commute.

INSTRUCTIONS: Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
conditions.
Submit snow reports through our website or social media.

Issued By: NWS Buffalo (Western New York)

Bradford Police Say Matthew Borza Beat On His Own Elderly Mother, Threatened To Kill Her

On 01/14/2022 City of Bradford Police investigated an assault on East Main Street of an elderly female. 

Upon investigation Officers determined that the defendant, Matthew C. Borza , was a passenger in his mother's vehicle when he demanded money from her. Borza's mother denied him money and he began punching her approximately 6 times while she was driving the vehicle causing her pain. 

The victim pulled into Kwik Fill to call 911 at which time Borza began threatening to kill her for calling the Police. Officers located Borza walking by the Eagles Club on East Main Street and took him into custody. 

Borza was charged with Terroristic Threats, Simple Assault, and Harassment for assaulting and threatening his own mother. 

Magistrate Richard Luther arraigned Borza and remanded him to McKean County Jail on $20,000 cash bail. 

Arrest Date: Friday, January 14, 2022 - 8:38am Reference ID: 2022-01140838 Charges: CC 2706 A1 Terroristic Threats (M1) CC 2701 A1 Simple Assault (M2) CC 2709 A1 Harassment (S) Incident Type: Assault - Other Source: City of Bradford Police Department

Patricia A. Fenstermaker, 77, of Barbour St., Bradford, PA

Patricia A. Fenstermaker 

Patricia A. Fenstermaker, 77, of Barbour St., Bradford, PA passed away Thursday (Jan. 13, 2022) in the Bradford Manor. 

Born February 7, 1944, in Port Allegany, she was a daughter of William J. and Leona M. Harspter Sewell.  She married Jerry W. Fenstermaker in 1964, who preceded her in death.  

She was a graduate of the Port Allegany High School, class of 1962.  

Patricia was a veteran, having served in the US

US Navy Veteran

Navy. She was an outgoing individual who enjoyed the company of her friends.  

Surviving is a son, Gregg A. Fenstermaker of Bradford; a daughter, Tonya F. (Paul) Curtis of Jonesboro, AR; 4 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.   

She was preceded in death by a son, Philip W. Fenstermaker, two brothers, Robert and Randy Sewell, and a sister, Judith E. Foster. 

Friends will be received Sunday (Jan. 16, 2022) from 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m. in the Switzer Funeral Home, Port Allegany, where a funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. Michael Culver, officiating. Burial will be in Portage Valley Cemetery, Wrights.

Memorials can be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Condolences can be sent to:  Gregg A. Fenstermaker,  118 Barbour St.,   Bradford, PA. 16701

‘Valen-tiles’ honor loved ones, help shelter animals


Hit two hearts with one arrow this Valentine’s Day by purchasing a “Valen-tile” to honor a loved one and help local shelter animals. 

The Valen-tiles are permanent wall tiles that will complete an 8’ mural of a heart encapsulated by a pawprint at Second Chance Animal Sanctuaries, 725 Gee Rd., Tioga. The 4” square tiles are $10 each and can be engraved with up to four lines, with a maximum of 25 characters per line, of names and/or a personal sentiment. A dog or cat paw can also be added in place of two lines of text. 

Buy a tile dedicated to your significant other, parent, grandparent, child, friend, pet or anyone who is special to you this Valentine’s Day. Each Valen-tile purchased by Feb. 10 comes with an emailed Valentine with your tile message to print out and give to your loved one. The Valentines will be emailed between Feb. 10 and 13. The physical tiles will be delivered to the shelter and affixed to the wall mural.

Valen-tiles can be purchased online at www.secondchanceas.org, by calling the shelter at 570-376-3646 or stopping in during open hours. 

Shinglehouse Ambulance to Herrington Road


At 12:24 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance has been dispatched to Herrington Road for an unresponsive male.

Second Alarm House Fire on West Street in Galeton


At 12:23 PM on Saturday, Galeton Fire Dept. has been dispatched to 54 West Street for a fully involved house fire. Unknown if any occupants inside.

Second alarm for mutual aid from Wellsboro, Germania, Clymer, Coudersport & Blossburg Rehab. 

Photo courtesy Coudersport Fire Dept.

 

Port Allegany Native Named Wildlife Habitat Management Director by PA Game Commission


The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Bureau of Wildlife Habitat Management has a new director.

David J. Gustafson, who has worked for the agency since 2003, in his new position is responsible for overseeing and directing wildlife habitat management practices on the Game Commission’s more than 1.5 million acres of state game lands and work on private lands enrolled in the Hunter Access Program. He’ll oversee gas, oil, coal and timber operations on game lands and the Howard Nursery, which grows tree and shrub seedlings for planting on game lands and Hunter Access properties. Gustafson succeeds Peter Sussenbach, who took over as the Game Commission Southeast Region Office Director.

Gustafson graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Forest Science from Penn State in 2000. He began his career as a forester with Weaber Inc. in Lebanon in 2001, was hired as a forester by the Pennsylvania Department of Natural Resources, then in 2003, became a forester with the Game Commission in the Northwest Region.

In 2005, Gustafson was promoted to forest program specialist and helped start the agency’s Forest Inventory and Analysis Section. In 2007, he was promoted to Chief Forester of the Game Commission until his current promotion to bureau director.

Gustafson enlisted in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard in 1997. In 2006, he was appointed to the rank of Second Lieutenant by Direct Commission. He served as First Lieutenant and Company Executive Officer during Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq from September 2008 until October 2009 and was decorated with numerous military honors.

“I’m honored and excited to work with the great team of staff in the Bureau of Wildlife Habitat Management, particularly overseeing the work done on our superb game lands system,” Gustafson said. “The landscape management approach with prescribed fire and forest management is making our game lands into premier wildlife habitat.”

Gustafson said he also wants to improve habitat on private lands in the Commonwealth.

“In the future, I hope to strengthen our relationships with private landowners to achieve even greater habitat impacts for wildlife in Pennsylvania,” he said. “Healthy habitat is the key to healthy wildlife, and with more than 80% of our land in Pennsylvania in private ownership, working with landowners will be key to our future success,” he added.

Game Commission Executive Director Bryan Burhans said Gustafson brings an enthusiastic attitude and great leadership skills to the position.

“Creating and improving wildlife habitat plays a key role in the agency’s mission, and Dave, with his extensive experience in forestry, and his leadership ability obtained while serving his country in the military, will serve him and the agency well in his new position,” Burhans said.

Gustafson is originally from Port Allegany in McKean County. He and his wife, Christine, currently reside in Loysville, Perry County, with daughters Rebekah and Caroline, and lab Ruby.

Forecast Continues To Indicate Heavy Snowfall on Sunday


 

Kettle Creek Shares Passing of Dave McIntyre

Kettle Creek Hose Company and Kettle Creek Ambulance are sharing the loss of one of their own, Dave McIntyre. We called him the “energizer bunny,” as he never stopped working to make our complex a better place. Even the diagnosis of cancer never slowed him down. He was so dedicated, knowledgable, a mentor to many, caring, a sense of humor and loved by everyone.As we look around our Fire Company, there is not one spot that has not been touched by Dave. We will celebrate his life at a later date. Our smpathy goes out to his wife Sharon and daughters LeeAnn, Sue and families.

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

North Central Supply and The Shops of Quarter West, 25 West St., Galeton, Pa.  Open Thursday & 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 money and make the drive to Galeton! Nobody beats our prices..period! 25 West St Galeton, Pa. Open Thursday & Friday 10-5 Sat. 9-4 25 quarterwest@gmail.com


 

Thank You From The Family Of Gene "Butch" DeLong


 

The Seneca Inn Is Seeking A Part Time Waitress


 

Port Allegany Woman Charged With Scattering Rubbish In Liberty TWP.


 

Keith R. Reed, 73, of Bradford, PA.

Keith R. Reed

Keith R. Reed, 73, of Bradford, passed away Friday, January 7, 2022, at his daughters  residence, surrounded by his loving family. 

Born February 14, 1948 in Savonna, NY, he was a son of the late Percey Reed and Emma F. (S) Aldrich.

After school he enlisted in the United States Navy on December 16, 1984, achieving the rank of first class Boatswain, until he retired on May 25, 2002.

He then went on to work for the US Forestry Service for five years and then as a security guard for American Refining Group. 

Keith was a member of the Bradford Legion Post 108, American Legion, VFW, and Fraternal Order of Eagles.

Surviving are one daughter, Silvana Reed, of Bradford, and a son, John (Tina)  Reed, of North Fort Myers, FL, six grandchildren, Makayla Reed, Anthony Reed, Kyle Reed, Kayle Costello, Brandon Reed and Summer Reed, six great grandchildren Leo O'Brian, Luke O'Brian, Kadyon Reed, Kodynn Reed, Nadia Costello and Luna Costello , and his former wife, Mary L. Reed.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and mother-in-law, Dolores Price.
United States Navy Veteran


A Celebration of Life will be held at the Lewis Run Volunteer Fire Department on February 5, 2022, starting at Noon.

Memorial contributions if desired may be made to Shriner's Crippled Children Hospital, 1645 8th St., Erie, PA 16505, or a charity of the donor's choice.

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

Online condolences may be expressed at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

Jack H. Johnson, 74, of Shinglehouse, PA.

Jack H. Johnson

Jack H. Johnson, 74, of Shinglehouse, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Thursday, January 13, 2022 with his family by his side.

Born February 23, 1947, in Bradford, he was a son of the late C. Howard and Mary Ann Crandall Johnson, who preceded him in death.

He graduated from Bradford Area High School in 1965. Jack served his country proudly in the United States Air Force from 1966-1970.

On May 18, 1968, in Grand Forks, ND, he married Loretta Mae (Clark) Johnson, who survives.

After his honorable military discharge, Jack was employed by Sherman Refrigeration and then with Wilson Air Conditioning. In 1983, Jack began his own business, Johnson Air Conditioning and was self-employed for 36 years. He retired after 50 years in the air conditioning business.

Jack was a hard-working man who worked from sun-up to sun-down. He was meticulous and well-organized. Jack loved antique cars. His first car was a 1937 Plymouth. He thoroughly enjoyed riding around in his 1955 Plymouth Belvedere and 1955 Imperial. Jack loved to participate in the automobile flea markets in Dunkirk, NY and Hershey and sell his “fleas”.
United States Air Force Veteran

He was a faithful member of the Country Chapel Baptist Church in Eldred and he always looked forward to the Friday evening men’s prayer time. He dearly loved his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Surviving are his wife of 53 years, Loretta, three children, Nanette (Mark) Miller, of Newalla, OK, Natalie (William) Dietze, of Palmer, AK, and Jack (Tana) Johnson, of Stoneville, NC. Jack dearly loved his grandchildren: Matthew, Megan, Michael, Kaitlyn, Dylan, Nathan, MaraLyn, EmmaLee and Bayleigh Kate; and his great grandchildren: Zachary, Jackson, McKayla, Madilynn, Mackenzie, Justice, Gideon, and Noah, one brother-in-law Jay Gorton, of Bradford, two, nephews, Dennis Gorton, and Jeffrey Gorton. They all dearly loved him.

Jack was predeceased by his parents, an infant brother, Carl Johnson, one sister, Judith Gorton, and one grandson, Jesse David Johnson.

Friends will be received on Monday, January 17, 2022, from 5 to 7 pm at the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc. 33 South Avenue.

Private funeral services will be held for the family with Rev. Jack Johnson and Rev. Bruce Ireland co-officiating.

You may live stream the private funeral service on Tuesday at 1:00pm by visiting, http://hollenbeckcahill.com/Funeral-Live-Cameras.aspx.

Military Honors will be accorded by members of the Honor Guard of the American Legion Post 108, at Willow Dale Cemetery.

Memorial contributions if desired, may be made to LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve, 494 St. Rt. 244E, Oswayo, PA 16915.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

The Guidance Center Has Two Full Time Home Visiting Positions Available


 

Ulysses Township Is Seeking A Part Time Secretary


 

Carlsons Dental Associates Is Seeking A Dental Assistant


 

Search and Rescue, Tracking Dog Activated to search For Accident Victim in Sinnemahoning Area

Sinnemahoning, Emporium, Renovo and St. Marys responded to a rollover crash reported by a passerby who reported a victim bleeding from the head. 
 
Responders have been unable to locate the victim and have summoned Mountaineer SAR and a bloodhound from Port Allegany to assist with the search. 
 
Patient has been located. Air medical is airborne to transport the patient.

Clarion SBDC First Step Seminars

Training Events

The Clarion University Small Business Development Center provides access to training events for all clients who are starting a new business or looking to grow a current business.

Clarion University SBDC Training Events

The Clarion University SBDC seminars are created specifically with potential business owners in mind. They provide information for people who are ready to start their business, and would like additional help.

For more information on the Clarion University SBDC seminars call (814) 393-2060 or Email sbdc@clarion.edu. You can also join our email list or sign up as a client.

First Step Seminars are for those who are looking to start a business. Attendees will learn how to structure a business, develop a business plan, check business feasibility, obtain financing, and market to clients.


GALETON BOROUGH IS ACCEPTING LETTERS OF INTEREST TO FILL THE VACANCY OF MAYOR


 

Sweden Valley Manor Now Offering Sign On Bonuses; Start a New Career in Health Care

 


The Genesee Township Board of Supervisors Is Seeking Citizens To Serve On The Board Of Supervisors


 

IU9 Is Seeking An Assistant Network/Systems Administrator

 


Substitute Teachers & Substitute Classroom Aides Needed in McKean, Potter, Elk & Cameron Counties


 

Friday, January 14, 2022

Lawrenceville, Big Elm & Millerton Dispatched for Possible Structure Fire


At 8:15 PM on Friday, Lawrenceville, Big Elm & Millerton have been dispatched to 79 Skyline Drive in Jackson Township for a possible structure fire.