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Friday, June 24, 2022

Roulette Ambulance to Atkins Road

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Anthony M. Monero, Jr. age 49 of Woodhull, NY

Anthony M. Monero, Jr

Anthony M. Monero, Jr., age 49, of Woodhull, NY passed away on Thursday, June 23, 2022 at his home. 

He was born July 3, 1972 in NYC. 

Anthony liked to bowl, Star Wars, comic books and was a computer whiz. 

He was an avid writer and maker of short films and podcasts. He had a great sense of humor and always enjoyed making people laugh. 

He is survived by his adopted Potoeski family and worshipped his 11 “adopted” nieces and nephews; his God daughter, Brittne Kyle; his God son, Malcolm Mosher Potoeski and his best friend, Logan Dieter. 

Private services will be held at a later date. 

Arrangements are in care of Kenyon Funeral Home.

Craig Allen Damon, age 74, of Westfield, PA

Craig Allen Damon

Craig Allen Damon, age 74, of Westfield, PA passed away at his home on Thursday, June 23, 2022.  

Born on December 26, 1947 in Erie, PA, he was the son of the late Elbert and Dorothy (Worthington) Damon, Sr.  

Craig was a Marine Corp veteran serving in the Vietnam War, a

Vietnam War Veteran

former police officer with the Jackson Township, York County Police Department and was a Master Plumber.  

He married Patricia A. (Brown) and they shared 26 years together.  They moved to Westfield in 2005 from York, PA after his retirement 17 years ago. 

Craig was a member of the NRA and was the President of the PA Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Association.  He enjoyed hunting, fishing, his farm animals but family was the most important thing in his life.  

He is survived by his wife, Patricia; his children, Craig Damon Jr., Abbie Hoke and Timothy Damon; numerous grandchildren; brother, Al and sisters, Gayle, Debra and Karen.  

He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Brian Damon.  

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.  

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, PO Box 22478. Oklahoma City, OK 73123.  Arrangements are in care of Kenyon Funeral Home, Westfield.

Helen M. Petruzzi, 103, of Emporium, formerly of Smethport, PA

Helen M. Petruzzi

Helen M. Petruzzi, 103, of Emporium, formerly of Smethport, PA  passed away, Thursday (June 23, 2022) at the Guy and Mary Felt Manor, Emporium, PA.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Hartle-Tarbox Funeral Homes, Inc., Smethport.

Are incomplete and will be announced with a full obituary

Mary Reuscher Mallison, 92, of Gaithersburg, MD, and formerly of St. Marys, PA

Mary Reuscher Mallison

Mary Reuscher Mallison, 92, of Gaithersburg, MD, and formerly of St. Marys, PA passed away Wednesday, June 22, 2022, in Potomac, MD. 

She was born June 29, 1929, in St. Marys, daughter of the late Benedict R. and Edna R. Lanzel Reuscher, the first of nine children.  She was a graduate of Central Catholic High School, Class of 1947 and furthered her education at Villa Maria College where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Education. 

On August 24, 1957, in the St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Mary married James B. “Mally” Mallison, who preceded her in death on February 1, 2014. 

She is survived by two daughters: Barbara M. Zellers (Toby) of Damascus, MD and Catherine M. Little (Larry) of Falls Church, VA; two sons: Gregory R. Mallison (Lori) of Doylestown, PA and Thomas M. Mallison (Ann) of State College, PA; nine grandchildren: Douglas, Mary, Henry, Margaret, Emma, Catherine, Michael, Sam, and Alexandra; two sisters: Catherine Brennen of St. Marys and Alicia Gleixner of West Palm Beach, FL; two brothers: Robert B. Reuscher (Ann) of Naples, FL and Timothy R. Reuscher (Barbara) of St. Marys; by two sisters-in-law, Mary Louise Reuscher and Mary Lou Reuscher, both of St. Marys; and by one brother-in-law, Dr. Robert Mallison of Saratoga, CA. 

In addition to her husband and parents, Mary was preceded in death by a son in infancy, Timothy; and four brothers: William, Conrad, Thomas, and Richard Reuscher. 

She had a love for dancing and flowers and nothing was more important to her than her faith and her family. 

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in the St. Mary’s Catholic Church on Wednesday, June 29, 2022, at 10:00AM, with the Rev. Peter Augustine Pierjok, OSB, Pastor, officiating.  Burial will follow in the St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery. 

Visitation will be held in the Lynch-Radkowski Funeral Home on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 from 5:00PM until 7:00PM. 

Memorials, if desired, may be made to the Elk County Catholic School System. 600 Maurus Street, St. Marys, PA 15857 or the St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 325 Church Street, St. Marys, PA 15857. 

Online condolences may be offered at www.lynch-radkowski.com

Allegany County Office for the Aging to host a 2022 Senior Picnic

The Allegany County Office for the Aging Senior Picnic will be held on Tuesday, August 16, 2022, with a rain date of Wednesday, August 17, 2022, 11:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m. The picnic will be held at the Allegany County Fair Grounds in Angelica, NY. 

Admission for the event will be $10 per person and will be collected at the gate. This includes a Sterns BBQ, music, dancing, sponsor tables and much more!
Senior
Farmers Market coupons will be available during the event to eligible seniors.
 

Capacity is limited so reservations are necessary and can be made by calling the Office for the Aging at 585-268-9390 or toll free 1-866-268-9390

David M. Froberg, 60, of Hauber Avenue, St. Marys, PA.

David M. Froberg

David M. Froberg, 60, of Hauber Avenue, St. Marys, died on Thursday, June 23, 2022 following  a brief illness. 
 
Dave was born in St. Marys on April 6, 1962, a son of the late George, Jr. and Anna Fisher Froberg.

David was a graduate of Elk County Christian High School, class of 1980, and a member of the Sacred Heart Church.  He was a member of the CMF, PFL, and had many friends who looked forward to spending time with him at Dino’s Place.

For the past several years, Dave was employed at the St. Marys Catholic Elementary School, where he was loved by the students and staff and formed many friendships.  Though he was a simple man, he was highly intelligent and had a heart of gold and will be missed by all who knew him.   He never turned down a snack, and could often be found watching Pro Wrestling, and was an avid San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Chiefs fan.  He also enjoyed watching English Soccer/Football.   Dave loved working at the school and enjoyed spending time with family and friends.

Dave is survived by one brother, Andrew "Andy" Froberg of St. Marys.  

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Lance Froberg.

A Mass of Christian Burial for David M. Froberg will be celebrated at 11:00 AM on Monday, June 27, 2022 at Sacred Heart Church with Rev. Thomas Curry, OSB, as celebrant.  Burial will follow in the St. Marys Catholic Cemetery.

Visitation will be at the Lynch-Green Funeral Home on Monday, June 27, 2022 from 9:30 to 10:30 AM.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Cystic Fibrosis Association, Sacred Heart Church, or the Elk County Catholic School System.

Lynch- Green Funeral Home, 151 N. Michael St, St. Marys, PA  15857 is handling the arrangements and online condolences may be offered to the family at www.lynchgreenfuneralhome.com.

GRAND CANYON VETERINARY SURGERY CENTER Grand Opening IS THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 25 PUBLIC INVITED; ALL AGES; EVERYTHING IS FREE!

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Shown is the Grand Canyon Veterinary Surgery Center, where Dr. Kristine Shaw and associates will be performing surgery on dogs and cats.

Dr. Kristine Shaw of the Grand Canyon Veterinary Hospital at 23 Water Street in Wellsboro is proud to announce the Grand Opening of the Grand Canyon Veterinary Surgery Center this Saturday, June 25 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 11765 Route 6, Wellsboro PA 16901, across U.S. Route 6 from Weis Markets. 

The public is invited to attend. Everything is free.

There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony; tours of the newly renovated surgery center and dog grooming facility, guesthouse and the dog park; horse-drawn wagon rides; lots of food and beverages; games and prizes; activities and fun for children, such as mining for gold, making a wish necklace and playing on a ship and swing set; and a raffle.

Adults and children who want to participate will be given a scavenger hunt treasure map that will lead them to five different stations on the property where they will get tickets to be used for prizes. Visitors are welcome to tour the guest house and surgery center in addition to the scavenger hunt. 

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The house on the property has been renovated with the intention of being used by veterinarian students who are interning with Dr. Kristine Shaw.


Coudersport Ambulance to Sweden Valley Manor


At 2:59 PM on Friday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to Sweden Valley Manor for a person ill.

Roadwork Continues on I-80 EB/WB in Columbia County


Montoursville, PA – Motorists are advised that a roadwork project will continue on Interstate 80 eastbound and westbound in Hemlock, Mount Pleasant, Scott and South Centre Townships, Columbia County.

Week of June 26

On Sunday, June 26, the contractor, New Enterprise Stone and Lime, Co., will begin pavement preservation work between mile marker 239 and mile marker 240, which is located between the Lightstreet and Lime Ridge exits. Motorists can expect the right (driving) lane to be restricted where work is being performed.  Work will be performed Sunday at 7:00 PM through Friday at 6:00 AM, 24-hours a day.

New Enterprise Stone and Lime, Co., is the primary contractor for this $9.1 million, pavement preservation and bridge preservation project, which spans between mile marker 235 (Lightstreet / Bloomsburg exit) to mile marker 241 (Lime Ridge exit).  Work includes bituminous and concrete base preservation, bridge approach replacement, epoxy overlay, and bituminous milling and resurfacing. The project also includes bridge preservation on Route 1001 (Shaffer Road), Route 1003 (Lows Road), and bridge preservation work to the structures on Interstate 80 eastbound and westbound: the structures at mile marker 239, and the structures at mile marker 240 over Route 11 and the North Shore Railroad. Work is expected to be completed on this project in October of 2022.

Motorists should expect travel delays and lane changes. Motorists are urged to slow down, drive with caution, and be alert for stopped or slow-moving vehicles. Motorists should expect delays during peak traffic hours between 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM.

Capitol Update by Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint)

 


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PA Must Modernize Tax, Regulatory Structure to Lower Costs, Increase Growth

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Lowering costs for consumers and growing the state’s economy will require significant changes to tax and regulatory policies in the Commonwealth, members of the House Majority Policy Committee were told on Tuesday.

In the final of four hearings focused on inflation, the committee heard from tax experts and employer advocates about long-term solutions to rising costs and how best to drive investment and create growth in the Commonwealth.

Specific suggestions repeated during the hearing included lowering the 9.99% Corporate Net Income Tax, which is the second highest in the nation; increasing the amount of operating losses that may be credited toward tax liabilities; reforming taxes impacting small businesses; and addressing regulatory roadblocks, including tort reform, occupational licensing restrictions, civil liability reforms, partisan judicial elections and the state liquor monopoly.

Testifiers also advocated for increasing domestic energy production, as well as expanding the labor force by improving education and workforce development training, and eliminating policies that have discouraged many people from returning to work.

Testimony and video of all four hearings is available online at www.PAGOPPolicy.com.
 
 
Natural Gas Impact Fee Distributions Benefit Communities, Environment

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission announced $234.4 million in natural gas impact fees are being distributed this year, up 60% over last year due to higher prices and greater levels of activity.

Under Act 13 of 2012, county and municipal governments directly affected by drilling will receive a total of $123.2 million for the 2021 reporting year. This funding is used for a wide range of local infrastructure, emergency response, community and environmental programs.

Additionally, $86 million will be transferred to the Marcellus Legacy Fund, which provides financial support for environmental, highway, water and sewer, rehabilitation of greenways and other projects throughout the state. Also, $25.1 million will be distributed to state agencies including the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, Department of Environmental Protection, Fish and Boat Commission, County Conservation Districts and the Office of the State Fire Commissioner.

Locally, the distribution of impact fees is as follows:
  •   Cameron County and its municipalities – $1.1 million.
  •   McKean County and its municipalities – $1.19 million.
  •   Potter County and its municipalities – $905,000.

This year’s distributions bring the total revenues generated by the impact fee to $2.26 billion.
 
 
Bill to Boost Plugging of Orphan Wells Passes House

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The state House this week approved my legislation that would help increase the number of orphan wells being plugged in the Commonwealth. Estimates indicate there are more than 200,000 such wells across the state.

House Bill 2644 would create a program to provide grants to companies that work to plug some of the Commonwealth’s orphan wells. DEP would direct 20% of the funds it receives from the federal government toward the grant program, while the remaining funding would be used for its existing well-plugging program.

Grants of $10,000 would be awarded for plugging wells of 3,000 feet or less in depth, and grants of $20,000 would be awarded for plugging wells more than 3,000 feet deep.

The bill also would address well bonding amounts by fixing the current bonding amounts for conventional wells that are in law and making it clear the Environmental Quality Board cannot adjust these amounts by regulation.

The House also approved House Bill 2528, which would boost the use of Pennsylvania-based businesses in the process of plugging wells.

The measures now go to the Senate for consideration.
 
 
House Unanimously Advances Bill to Boost Firefighter Ranks
With the number of firefighters shrinking across the Commonwealth, the House has approved legislation that would prepare junior firefighters for becoming full firefighters a year earlier than is allowed under current law.

House Bill 2268 would permit a 17-year-old junior firefighter to complete the Interior Firefighting Module with Live Burns training program in the Fire Training System. Currently, only people age 18 and over are allowed to enroll in the training program.

In order to take the additional training at 17, junior firefighters would need to have the permission of their parents and fire chief. This would mean when a junior firefighter turns 18 years old, he or she would immediately be able to serve their communities as a full-fledged firefighter.

The legislation now goes to the Senate for consideration.
 
 
Bill to Help Recruit Career and Technical Instructors Earns House Approval

In response to the growing need for career and technical education instructors, the House has approved legislation to ease certification for instructors already certified in another state. 

House Bill 2646 would allow teachers holding a current career and technical instructional certificate issued by another state, along with four years wage-earning experience in the occupation to be taught and two years of teaching experience, to be issued an equivalent Pennsylvania career and technical instructional certificate.

It is more important than ever to ensure Pennsylvania schools can provide the kind of career and technical instruction needed to prepare students for highly specialized skilled trades jobs that offer family-sustaining wages and benefits. Employers across the state report difficulties in filling such positions.

The bill now goes to the Senate for consideration.
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PA House Republican Leaders Comment on Dobbs Decision

HARRISBURG – Speaker of the House Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) and House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff (R-Centre/Mifflin) issued the following statement on the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization:

“Today’s Supreme Court ruling reestablishes the authority of states to regulate abortion. The ruling once again makes clear it is the authority of individual states to establish laws that are in the best interest of their residents.

“It is important to point out Pennsylvania’s Abortion Control Act remains in effect, and places firm restrictions on abortions in our Commonwealth including a ban on all late-term abortion procedures.

“This ruling presents a necessary opportunity to examine our existing abortion law, and discussions around possible changes are already underway.”

Register For FREE "Caring for Your Garden" Workshop Thursday, June 30 in Coudersport


 

Galeton Chamber of Commerce Independence Day Parade July 2 at 11 AM


Galeton Chamber of Commerce Independence Day Parade - The famous Galeton Independence Day Parade that will be on July 2 at 11 AM has multiple music venues attending, including the Hitman in the photo are from Rochester, NY.  They have performed and amazed the crowds with their music and talent.  

In addition to the Hitman are The Highlanders Pipe and Drum Band, The Honey Taps Dancers from New York City, and rounding out the performances is Downbeat Percussion.  

Some of them will be performing at the pavilion in John J. Collins Memorial Park immediately following the parade. 

Come and enjoy the festivities at the Goodyear Hose Company Red Suspender Weekend, enjoy the parade, visit local shops, and stay for the famous Galeton fireworks at 10 PM.  Photo by Andy Lychalk, Jr.

West Penn Power Updates Progress on Restoration After Wednesday Storms


 West Penn Power

UPDATE: Crews are in the home stretch of power restoration! They have restored power to more than 35,000 customers who were impacted by Wednesday evening's severe storms. 

Crews continue to work around the clock to restore service to about 1,200 customers who remain without power. 

With the help of additional contractors and crews from our sister utilities assisting with restoration efforts in the hardest-hit areas, we expect to have customers who remain without power back up and running throughout the day.  

Crews are addressing many localized issues and restoring power to individual customers. This is the most time-consuming, labor-intensive and complex part of service restoration, requiring crews to travel to each individual location. 

To obtain the most up-to-date information about the outage in your area, please continue to use our outage map: http://spr.ly/PAOutageMap. Or text STAT to 544487 for updates on your specific outage. 

We truly appreciate your ongoing patience and support for our crews as they work in 16-hour shifts until all customers are restored.

City of Bradford Police Welcomes New Officer Graduates of Mercyhurst University


 City of Bradford Police

Today was a very special day for these two cadets Tyler Blair (right) and Shawn LaBadie (left) who graduated from Merchurst University Act 120 Police Academy.  

Chief Ward (middle) attended the ceremony and handed each of them their certificate. They will be on the streets soon ready to protect and serve our Bradford community.

Port Allegany Veterans Memorial Independence Day Celebration Saturday, July 2nd



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Our Independence Day Celebration will be Saturday, July 2nd from 4-Midnight! 

Please be advised that our Liquor License does NOT include BYOB. No one is permitted to bring their own alcohol onto the property. Adult Beverages will be provided both outside and at The Bar. 

Live Music will be provided by Johnathan Meade from 4-7 and Drunkin Grownups from 7-11!
We have 2 Bounce Houses this year, along with the Dunk Tank, Face Painting, games for the kids, and possibly Pony Rides! 

The Sons of The Legion will be cooking Ribs and Chicken, and The VFW Auxiliary will be taking care of Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Fresh Cut Fries, and Hog Fries! 

And of course, we will have another amazing Firework Display when it gets dark!

Northern Pennsylvania Regional College Suspends Institutional Fees

 Exciting News!  

NO INSTITUTIONAL FEES FOR ACADEMIC COURSES 


NPRC’s Board of Trustees recognizes the challenging economic times our students continue to endure. To help students meet these challenges, the board voted to approve a two-year suspension of institutional fees charged for academic courses. 

What are the fees currently?  

An institutional fee is charged in addition to tuition and is based on the number of credits in which students enroll each academic term. Degree-seeking students and students assigned student types other than early entry (dual enrollment) are charged a flat-rate fee of $100 for six or more credits. For five or fewer credits, the fee is $18 per credit hour. This fee does not apply to early entry students or for courses in which a grade of audit is requested.  
What does this mean?  

Beginning fall 2022, students will not be charged institutional fees for academic courses on their student bill.  

How else does NPRC provide savings?

While the two-year suspension of institutional fees is the latest way NPRC is helping students save on their education, it is not the only way. Over 50 percent of textbooks used in our courses are free of cost to students. Lab and distance learning kits have also been supplied by the College for various classes to help students combat associated education costs.

Are changes coming to NPRC class options?

The answer to this question is yes, but only to benefit students. This fall, we will be offering morning courses for the first time in our history at select locations to help students who may work a job in the evenings or have children at school during the day. This change provides more flexibility and will allow more students the chance to take classes at times that fit into the day-to-day commitments they have as caregivers or professionals.


John Rigas Memorial Events June 25th


 

June 25th Estate Sale In Kane


 

Olson-Tenglund, Inc. Taking Applications For Parts Clerk in Coudersport

 


Think About It

The Valley
By
B.J. Knefley

Have you ever found yourself in a valley? Valley meaning down, in the pits, that place that just seems disconnected from everything else. Most can probably relate in one way or another. I found myself in that place the other day and I wondered how I was going to get out of it.

There is a story in the Book of Ezekiel called the Valley of Dry Bones. It’s a story that most are familiar with and there has even been a song written about it. It’s found in Ezekiel 37. The story relates to bones scattered across the valley floor. They have no life and God asks Ezekiel if the bones could live. Ezekiel says to God, “You alone know the answer to that.”

Often when we find ourselves in the valley, we look to God to pull us up. In those moments when we are feeling life being drained, we’re looking for something outside of ourselves to bring life back. But is that the answer? In Ezekiel’s story it wasn’t God who spoke life into the dry bones but rather Ezekiel.

God told Ezekiel to speak the Word of the Lord over the bones. As he did, the bones started to come alive. With each word, life started to take form in bones that were once dead. It is also true with us. When we start to speak life over our situation, we will often find that we start to climb out of our pits.

Did you know that Jesus said that you would know the truth and that the truth would set you free? He also said that his word is truth. Often, we rehearse in our minds words that only bring us down and destroy who we are from the inside. We have power in the spoken word if we’d only use it. Sadly, we often play mental gymnastics in your mind and then wonder why things don’t change. We need to learn to speak truth over our lives. It is in this that our minds are renewed. The next time you find yourself in the valley, start speaking life to your situation, it may just change your whole outlook. Think about it.

The Potter County Farmer’s Market Open Friday June 24th

The Potter County Farmer’s Market, located on the square across from the jailhouse, will be open this Friday, June 24th, from 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM (weather permitting). Here is a list of who plans to be there and what they plan on bringing to the Market:

CARD CREEK BAKERY will be at the market this week. A variety of homemade breads for table and grill. Also, some of your favorite sweet treats for breakfast and dessert will be on the table for your choosing. Local berries made into jam will be in the table.  Fresh brown eggs from our hen house will be in the cooler. We will have wood crafts designed from wood from our farm. If you ever have a request for special special please call me. 814-544-7313

JOANIE’S APIARY and TIA’S TREES plan to be at Market on Friday. We will have Local Pure Raw honey, beeswax products and Tia’s Trees for decorating any space in your house. We accept cash or checks. 

BLACK CATS AND PAPER CRAFTS is planning on being there with clay charms, decorative lights, wall hangings, wind chimes and an assortment of things made from paper. Additionally, as it is Pride Month, we will have a bunch of Pride themed charms, jewelry and goodies. Currently we only accept cash. For more information, or to make a custom order contact Leon at blackcatsandpapercrafts@gmail.com.

BLUE MARBLE FARM will be at the market with Sprouting Napa Cabbage, Radishes, Arugula, Rhubarb, Garlic Scapes more. We accept cash, credit cards, SNAP and FMNP checks. For more information, contact Lisa at bluemarblefarm@outlook.com or at 814-320-1308

ME & MY BOYS SOAP will be there with a variety of goat milk lotions. Back in stock this week is Country Apple lotion and Brazilian Mango Grapefruit lotion. For more information contact Michele at meandmyboyssoap@gmail.com or on Facebook @meandmyboyssoap. We accept cash and credit cards.

PHILIP CALDWELL. Plans on bringing 6" thru 22" Moravian stars. Accepts cash or check. Facebook: @caldphil Website: philipcaldwell.com

CARING CRAFTS will be there with Homemade wreaths and plastic canvas ornaments! They make great gifts! Hope to see everyone there!

KELLY’S QUILTS & CRAFTS will be there with several different kinds of quilted items, cash & check, also offering longarming, t-shirts quilts & memory bears 717-507-5106

JOEL AND JUNE CALDWELL will be bringing delicious LOCAL, RAW liquid and creamed honey collected by our bees from the fields and meadows of the Kent Kenyon farm in Hebron. 

HEMLOCK SPRINGS will be there, bringing Daylillies (a Specialty), Shade plants, and Perennials.  Cash only.  For more information, contact Bonnie at 814-596-9142.

MAHLON DAVENPORT says: I'll bring my woodcrafts again.

Hann Homestead's 5th Annual Barn Market, July 2 & 3, 2022 in Andover, NY

 


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.
We are back to our regular hours Tuesday through Saturday. Stop by for great savings
  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 Tuesday through Friday 10-5 Sat. 9-4.  quarterwest@gmail.com


 

Potter County Commissioners Are Accepting Applications for Part-Time Corrections Officers


 

Potter County Education Council has a Part-Time Clerical Position Available Immediately


 

Thursday, June 23, 2022

Area graduates receive Murphy, Higgins Scholarship awards


Four recent area graduates recently received the John J. Murphy Family Scholarship and other scholarship awards managed by the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation. 
Jacob Brink, Logan Ruter, Thomas Scanlon and Sara Thomas received the John J. Murphy Family Scholarship.

The $10,000 scholarship is given in four annual increments of $2,500. The John J. Murphy Family Scholarship was established through a grant from the Communities Foundation of Texas and continued through donations from the late John J. “Jack” Murphy, former CEO and Chairman of Dresser Industries.

The annual scholarship is given with preference for a student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in nursing, engineering or business. The scholarship is available to area students from Allegany, Cattaraugus, McKean (PA) and Potter (PA) counties, but first preference is for students from the greater Olean area schools. Preference is also given to students whose family members are or have been employed by Dresser-Rand.

Brink, of Allegany-Limestone Central School, plans to study electrical engineering at the University at Buffalo. Ruter, a graduate of Coudersport Area School District, will study health science on an accelerated physician assistant track at Saint Francis University.

Scanlon, of Portville Central School, plans to study rail transportation engineering at Penn State Altoona. Thomas, an Olean High School graduate, will attend Saint Leo University, where she will study biology (biomedical and health sciences) and business.

Brink also received the Joseph and Cecily Higgins Scholarship.

The scholarship, established by Joseph and Cecily Higgins, is for an Allegany-Limestone Central School or Archbishop Walsh Academy senior who intends to pursue a STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) degree. The scholarship, $10,000 in total, is given in $2,500 yearly disbursements over four years.

Donations can be made to any of these funds at CRCF, 301 North Union St., Suite 203 or online at cattfoundation.org.

70th wedding Anniversary on June 26


 Fran and Betty Sturdevant will be celebrating their 70th wedding  Anniversary on Sunday June 26.

UWBA Community Cleanup


United Way of the Bradford Area’s Student Ambassadors and Board Members collected over 10 bags of trash from downtown Bradford for the United Way’s Day of Action Community Cleanup Day on June 21st.

Arlene June (Bell) Rothrock, 91, St. Marys, PA

Arlene June (Bell) Rothrock

Arlene June (Bell) Rothrock, 91, passed away surrounded by her loving family on Thursday, June 23, 2022.  

She was born June 27, 1930 in Harrisburg, PA, daughter of the late James and Sarah (Baker) Bell. 

In 1950, she married William A. Rothrock III, who preceded her in death in 2003.  

They then relocated to St. Marys, where they enjoyed raising their family with the benefits of a rural lifestyle. 

Arlene was active in the Shiloh Presbyterian Church teaching Sunday School, leading Vacation Bible School, and assisting with administrative duties.  She was also a Girl Scout leader in the community for many years. 

Arlene leaves a legacy of four generations, who were blessed with her steady grace and secure love of family.  

She is survived by three children: Karen Selzer of San Antonio, TX, William Rothrock, IV of Oakwood, TX, and Deborah Grysinski (Robert) of DuBois, PA; five grandchildren: Melissa, Nicole, Erin, Sean, and Michael; six great-grandchildren: Derek, Haley, Anthony, Gracie, Ben, and Adair; and four great-great grandchildren: Blakelyn, Leo, Brooke, and Will, who affectionately called her “Cute Grandma”.  

Her family was her leading priority throughout her life. 

Funeral services for Arlene will be held at the Lynch-Radkowski Funeral Home at 10:00AM on Saturday, June 25, 2022 with Rev. Scott Wiest officiating.  Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 9:00AM until the time of service. 

The family requests that you give your children and grandchildren a big hug and tell them how much they mean to you. 

Online condolences may be offered at www.lynch-radkowski.com.

Derrick City Dispatched for Traffic Control at Crash on East Main


At 6:15 PM on Thursday, Derrick City Fire Dept. dispatched for traffic control on East Main Street near the mall for a 2 vehicle crash. City ambulance called to evaluate a patient.

Lynette J. Keane, 76, of 12 Keane Lane, Bradford, PA

Lynette J. Keane

Lynette J. Keane, 76, of 12 Keane Lane, Bradford, PA passed away Sunday, June 19, 2022, at her residence surrounded by her loving family.

Born on October 6, 1945, she was a daughter of the late Paul L. and Mary E. (Pruch) Ernest.

Lynette was a member of the first graduating class of Bradford Central Christian High School in 1963.

On August 8, 1964, at St. Bonaventure Parish, she married M. Joseph Keane who preceded her in death on February 15, 2008.

Along with her husband, Lynette successfully owned and operated Keane Drilling Company.  Prior to that, she was employed by Penn Bank and
Zippo Manufacturing. Lynette was a member of St. Bernard Church.

Mimi, as she was affectionately referred to by her grandkids, enjoyed attending the never-ending sports and activities in which her children and grandchildren participated.

Surviving are five sons, Shawn (Jacquelyn) Keane, Tim (Lori) Keane, Kevin (Cindy) Keane, Brian (Judy) Keane, and Kyle (Brady) Keane, four daughters, Jodi (Jerad) Rosendahl, Julie Keane, Jamie (Lukas) Breese, and Kimberly (John) Lewis; twenty-eight grandchildren, Ashley,
Shannon, Jessica, Tim Jr., Nicole, Michele, Brianne, Isaac, Dillon, Colby, Torie, Lyndsay, Kaelyn, Camryn, Addison, Brady, Reese, Haley, Kylee, Emma, Ryan, Kellen, Eli, Nora, Heaven, Kaitlyn, John Christian, and Kylie; many great-grandchildren; one sister, Pamela Emerson; and
several nieces and nephews.

Lynette was preceded in death by her parents; husband; one daughter, Theresa Keane; two sisters, Rosalyn "Midge" Franco and an infant sister, Theresa Ernest; and great-granddaughter Ryann Pineda.

There will be no public services observed. Family members will gather for a private Mass of Christian Burial at a later date. She will be buried alongside her husband in St. Bernard Cemetery.

Memorial contributions, if desired, may be made to St. Bernard Parish or to a local 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

Martin K. "Marty" Henneman, 54, of Bradford, PA

Martin K. "Marty" Henneman

Martin K. "Marty" Henneman, 54, of Bradford, PA passed away Sunday, June 19, 2022.

Born July 21, 1967 in Williamsport, he was a son of the late Robert W. Henneman and Mary Lou (Grube) Henneman, who survives him in Wellsboro.

Marty was a 1985 graduate of Wellsboro High School. He later graduated from Mansfield University with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.

On July 26, 1985, he enlisted in the United States Army and

US Army Veteran

worked as a Military Policeman overseas in Germany and then honorably discharged on July 17, 1987.  He was awarded the Army Service Ribbon, Army Medal Achievement, Overseas Service Ribbon, and the Expert Marksmanship Badge in rifles, grenades, and handguns.

In October of 1992, he enlisted at the State Police Academy and graduated in 1993 with the 100th Class from the Academy. He was first assigned on February 24, 1993, to Troop C, Mt. Jewett Station with the Patrol Unit. On April 15, 2000, he was assigned to the Punxsutawney
Station to the Fire Marshal Unit. 

On March 29, 2003, he was promoted to Corporal and Assigned to Kane Station, as the Patrol Unit Supervisor and December 3, 2005, he was assigned as the Crime Unit Supervisor at Kane. In September of 2014 he was promoted to Sergeant and reassigned to Troop H, in Chambersburg as the Patrol Section Supervisor. On January 17, 2015, he was assigned to the Punxsutawney
Headquarters as the Staff Services Section Supervisor. 

His final assignment came on April 11, 2015, when he was assigned to Kane as the Station Commander. Marty retired on May 6, 2016.  

On December 30, 2011, he married Julie (Bentz) Henneman. Martin was a devoted husband and father participating in his children’s many school sports, and extracurricular activities. He
loved spending time with family, friends. and his many Weimaraner’s.

Martin was an active supporter of his community. He was Chief Deputy Coroner of McKean County; an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford teaching criminal justice; former president and member of the Seneca Law Enforcement Association (SLEA); owner and operator of IOA Consulting, LLC which provided training for self-protection and private investigative services; former member of the Rotary Club of Bradford and former member of the Bradford High Choral Boosters.

Martin loved planning and taking trips on his motorcycle, the most significant of those trips being to Alaska. He was also a ham radio operator and enjoyed many other interests and hobbies including hunting, fishing, and supporting the annual youth pheasant hunt with the Kane Fish and Game Club.

Surviving is his wife Julie Henneman, three daughters, Gretchen Henneman, Alexandra Asp, and Sophia Asp, all of Bradford: two brothers, John (Debbie) Henneman, of Cable, OH, Steven (Pattie) Henneman, of Wellsboro, and several nieces, and nephews.

Family will receive friends on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, from 3 - 5pm and 7 -9pm in the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc., 372 East Main Street in Bradford.

Private funeral services for family members will be held with Chaplain (MAJ) Brett Johnson, followed by committal services with Full Honors in Welch Settlement Cemetery in Wellsboro.

If desired, the family wishes memorial contributions to be made to your local Volunteer Fire Department who Marty has supported his entire career.

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

Online condolences may be expressed at www.hollenbeckcahill.com A copy of which will be provided to the family.
 

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