Has been reunited with owner
Saturday, September 14, 2013
|9/14/2013||9:46 PM||MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT||PLEASANT VALLEY RD||FARMINGTON TWP|
REPORT 1 PATIENT SELF-EXTRICATED.
OSCEOLA UNITS RECALLED.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/14/2013 09:59:00 PM
Ann B. Sherwood
Ann B. Sherwood, 89, of Shinglehouse, PA, passed away Saturday, September 14, 2013 in Sweden Valley Manor, Coudersport after a short illness.
Friends may call at the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, 118 South Union Street, Shinglehouse, from 10 a.m. to Noon on Tuesday, September 17, 2013.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced with a full obituary.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/14/2013 07:19:00 PM
The following proposed regulation was published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin on 9/14/2013:
Oil and Gas Well Fee Amendments - This proposed regulation is accessible at http://www.pabulletin.com. The public comment period closes on 10/15/2013.
Comments may be submitted to the Environmental Quality Board at any one of the following addresses:
- U.S. Mail: EQB, P.O. Box 8477, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8477;
- Electronically: RegComments@state.pa.us;
- Street Address: 16th Floor, Rachel Carson State Office Building, 400 Market Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101-2301.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/14/2013 05:52:00 PM
ATV Accident On Looker Mountain Trail
At 5:37 PM on Saturday, Otto Township Ambulance has been dispatched to an ATV rollover accident in front of 1096 Looker Mountain Trail. The operator is reported unresponsive.
5:47 PM--MERCYFLIGHT TO FIRE DEPT. ETA 10 MINUTES
6:02 PM--CANCEL HELICOPTER
6:04 PM--OTTO AMBULANCE & MEDIC 1 ENROUTE TO BRMC WITH PATIENT.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/14/2013 05:39:00 PM
2009 Suzuki LTZ 400 Stolen From Prentisvale Road In Eldred Township Overnight
|The ATV above was stolen from 1884 Prentisvale Road, Eldred Township early Saturday morning|
The 2009 Suzuki ATV Model LTZ 400, pictured above was stolen early Saturday morning between midnight and 9 AM from the front yard of 1884 Prentisvale Road in Eldred Township, McKean County.
Trooper Matthew J. Cornetti of the Kane Station said the ATV is valued at $5,000. The ATV is owned by Jeffrey Thompson of Port Allegany, PA, who is offering a reward for it's recovery. Call or text Jeffrey at 814-598-5821 or contact PSP Kane at 814-778-5555.
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DEP eNOTICE - New Draft Technical Documents available for Public Comment
The set of Draft Technical Documents available for public comments has changed as of Saturday, September 14, 2013.
Click on http://www.elibrary.dep.state.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/14/2013 04:30:00 PM
Rena B. Goodwill-Baney, 94, of Smethport, PA, died Friday evening (September 13, 2013) in the Sena Kean Manor, Smethport, after a short illness.
She was born Nov. 27, 1918, in Galeton, PA, a daughter of William H. and Flora Knickerbocker Mattison. She was married to Stewart Goodwill, who died in 1984, and then was married to Ronald Baney, who died in 2009.
Rena was a 1936 graduate of Smethport High School and was a lifelong resident of Smethport.
She was employed as a secretary for local lawyers. She enjoyed spending time with her family. She had a love for her horses. She also enjoyed bowling.
She is survived by
one daughter: Peggy (Truman) Ford of Smethport, PA
one son: Dean (Lynne) Goodwill of Smethport, PA
15 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren, and several great great grandchildren
one sister: Wilma Sietler of Hamburg, NY
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Stewart Goodwill, husband Ronald Baney, a son, William Goodwill, two grandsons; Stuart Goodwill and Jason Goodwill, two great-grandsons; William Mendevil and J.C. Ford, two sisters; Norma Henry and Eva Kleisath, and two brothers; Leo Mattison and Alvie Mattison.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday from 10-11 A.M. at Hartle-Tarbox Funeral Homes, Inc., 2 Bank St., Smethport, PA, where funeral and committal services will begin at 11 A.M. with the Rev. Jack Gregg, pastor of the Regular Baptist Church of Smethport, officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery, Smethport.
Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Online condolences may be made at www.hartle-tarboxfuneralhomes.com.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Hartle-Tarbox Funeral Homes, Inc., Smethport.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/14/2013 03:05:00 PM
|9/14/2013||2:21 PM||MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT||2986 ROUTE 49||ALLEGANY TWP|
Ulysses and Medic 6 dispatched.
2:52 PM EMS EHLNET RESPONDING
2:54 PM Fire M6 BUSY ON SCENE
3:08 PM EMS EHLNET ON SCENE UNIT (CLI)
3:40 PM EMS EHLNET AIRBOURNE
3:45 PM Fire 47-7 TRANSPORT
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/14/2013 02:28:00 PM
This Little orange guy showed up in my yard guess someone dropped him off. He is one of the most affectionate cats I have ever seen and he will follow you any and every where you
go. He gets along with my dog and with my other cats except my one cat who is not very nice she hates everybody. I would guess the orange kitty is about 3 or 4 months. We need to find a home for this boy asap I already have 2 cats, a dog, 10 chickens and 3 rabbits I can't take on any more pets at this time. Please send an email to Solomon's Words or call us at 544-9004. Thank you very much and remember there are places where you can have them neutered at lower prices.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/14/2013 01:24:00 PM
St. Joseph’s falls to Coudersport
By Al Lacher — For the CDT
COUDERSPORT — The Coudersport Falcons opened the second half with two unanswered scores to break a tie en route to defeating St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy 38-14 on Friday. Read more...
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/14/2013 01:14:00 PM
Creese, Giannotti Win Individual Titles at Spiked Shoe
Nittany Lion women top field with perfect score
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Senior Emily Giannotti (Coudersport, Pa.), and redshirt-sophomore Robby Creese (Mount Airy, Md.) took advantage of their home course on Friday, both capturing individual titles at the Harry Groves Spiked Shoe Invitational at the Blue-White Golf Course. The Nittany Lion women's squad picked up a team title in stellar fashion, scoring a perfect 15 points to better the rest of the field. Meanwhile, the Nittany Lion men's squad placed second overall, despite holding several of the squad's top athletes out of the lineup.
Giannotti led six-straight Nittany Lions across the finish line, taking top honors in 21:17 over the 6,000-meter course. The victory was the first-career cross country win for the senior. Read more...
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/14/2013 11:36:00 AM
4 Wheeler Accident On Sweden Hill Rd.
At 10:27 AM on Saturday Dept 48 and Medic 6 are responding to a 4 wheeler accident near Sweden Hill and the Neffe Rd. a 71 old male with a back injury is reported 1/4 mile off the road way from that location.
1030 am 9/14/2013 - dispatched to an ATV accident near the Neefe Rd. x
Sweden Hill Rd. The Pt was on private property, a trail between Sweden
Hill Rd. and the Brookland Rd. The operator was a first time rider of an
ATV and lost control and was ejected from the machine into the woods.
Coudersport Fire/Rescue responded along with CVVA and Medic 6. The
operator is 71 yo James Hay Jr. of West Chester Pa. He was wearing a
helmet and his injuries were BLS. He was treated and transported to
CCMH by CVAA.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/14/2013 10:36:00 AM
Pole & Wires Down With Fire At Truck Crash In Bradford
At 11:59 PM on Friday, Bradford Fire Dept. & Ambulance have been dispatched to the off ramp at the end of Forman Street for a truck into a pole with pole and wires down and an electrical fire.
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Friday, September 13, 2013
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We have four (4) 400 watt Metal Halide Bay Lights for sale.
$50 each or best offer.
They are being sold “As Is, Where Is”
They will be available for inspection Monday – Friday 8am to 3pm
Call ahead – 814-435-6541 ask for Fran.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 11:34:00 PM
Coudersport And Roulette Dispatched For 2 Vehicle Crash With Multiple Injuries
At 9:25 PM on Friday, Coudersport has been dispatched to North MainStreet in front of the theatre for a 2 vehicle accident with multiple patients injured.
9:39 PM--AUSTIN ONE AMBULANCE MUTUAL AID TO SCENE
9:42--COUDERSPORT AMBULANCE EN ROUTE TO COLE HOSPITAL
9:46 PM--LIFEFLIGHT AND STAT HELICOPTERS TO COLE MEMORIAL LZ
PORT ALLEGANY AMBULANCE MUTUAL AID TO ROULETTE FOR STANDBY
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 09:29:00 PM
SEARCH ON ATV TRAIL
Address: @ 41.33643 @ 78.64209
City: FOX TOWNSHIP--HOG BACK ROAD
Cross Streets: RIDGE RD * THOMPSON RD
ASSIST STATE POLICE WITH SEARCH
Agency: ELKLAND SEARCH AND RESCUE; ELK COMPANY 3 FD
9/13/2013 8:35:46 PM
9:05 PM--PERSON HAS BEEN FOUND, ELKLAND RESPONSE CANCELLED
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 08:45:00 PM
Car Into House On Old Withey Road In Amity
At 6:26 PM on Friday, Belmont Fire Dept. and Amity Rescue are responding to 5573 Old Withey Road in Amity for a report of a car hit a tree and went into a house. Unknown injuries.
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Fighting Corporate Welfare: Opposing The Renewable Fuel Standard
Senator Pat Toomey
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Causer Announces Funding for Affordable Housing
|Rep. Martin Causer|
HARRISBURG – Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) today announced nearly $170,000 in funding for three affordable housing projects in the 67th Legislative District.
The funding is provided through the Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement Fund and impact fees generated by drilling in the Marcellus Shale.
“These investments will go a long way toward ensuring the availability of affordable housing to our citizens and at the same time will also support efforts to revamp and revitalize our communities,” Causer said.
The funding was awarded as follows:
· City of Bradford Second Ward Neighborhood Revitalization Project -- $20,000. The project includes the acquisition of homes and vacant lots to make way for the construction of new in-fill housing or the rehabilitation of those able to be saved. The project anticipates the construction of four new homes and one existing home.
· 57 Hawthorne Road, Bradford -- $20,000. This project involves the demolition of an existing structure to make way for the eventual development of a new duplex to be made available to low-income households.
· Potter County Homeless Prevention Program -- $129,895. The program will provide short- and medium-term assistance in the form of rental payments, security and utility deposits and utility payments in order to rapidly re-house those currently homeless or those at risk of becoming homeless. Priority will be given to households at or below 50 percent of the area median income. It is anticipated that 40 households will be assisted at an average of $1,200 per household.
The affordable housing program is administered by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency. A total of $8.45 million is being distributed in 22 Pennsylvania counties.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 05:38:00 PM
Radio information for tonight's game between the Coudersport Falcons and the Saint Joseph's Catholic Academy Wolves.
Tune into WFRM 600 AM or www.redzonemedia.com at 7 PM tonight and listen to the Falcons take on the visiting Wolves! The Falcons are coming off a 19-6 victory last week against Ridgway.
The Wolves travel to Coudersport from Boalsburg, PA (near State College). The Falcons are 1-1 on the season as are the Wolves. Christian Sevinsky will be providing the play-by-play this season!
Thank you for listening!
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 05:16:00 PM
Penn State EXTENSION: North Central Pennsylvania Beekeepers Association
The next meeting of the North Central PA Beekeepers Association will take place Tuesday, September 17th, at 7:00 pm at the Potter County Cooperative Extension Office conference room off Route 872 in Coudersport. If any new member needs directions, please feel free to contact Joel Caldwell at email@example.com or by phone at 814-486-2762.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 05:06:00 PM
Police Investigating Murder-Suicide in Clarion County
RIMERSBURG, Pa. — State police in Clarion said the deaths of a man and woman found at a Rimersburg residence are being investigated as a murder-suicide.
The bodies of 70-year-old Anna M. Yoder and 70-year-old James L. Yoder were found deceased at their residence in Rimersburg last night around 5:40 p.m.
According to police, an investigation revealed that Mr. Yoder shot and killed his wife and then turned the gun on himself. Read more....
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 04:56:00 PM
Potter County Charity Horse Show
A Charity Horse Show will be held on Saturday, September 14th at the Potter County Fairgrounds, Route 44 South in Shinglehouse, PA. All proceeds from this show will be donated to the Potter County Fair, the Potter 4-H program, and the Coudersport High School Student Council.
The show starts at 10:00 am on the 14th. There will be a $10 all day fee for youth to ride and $15 all day fee for adult riders. Coggins/rabies, helmets, and boots will be required for all who saddle up. Ribbons will be given out for all classes, along with Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion awards.
Spectators are welcomed and encouraged. People are sure to enjoy watching the fun classes like egg-n-spoon and reverse lead-line (where kids lead their parents). Come enjoy our international hot dog bar and other concessions. All monies collected go directly to charity.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 04:25:00 PM
| photo shows Pat Drummond, left, and her daughter Denise and their book, ‘My Grama’s Garden.’|
The Friends of Hanley Library will host “My Grama’s Garden: A Conversation with author Pat Drummond and illustrator Denise Drummond” at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 18, in the Mukaiyama University Room in the Frame-Westerberg Commons at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.
During the event, which is free and open to the public, Pat and her daughter Denise will discuss how they came to collaborate on a six-year project, which culminated in the publication of their first children’s book, “My Grama’s Garden,” in 2011.
The program will include an informal presentation and audience question-and-answer period. Copies of “My Grama’s Garden” will be available for purchase before and after the program.
The inspiration for the book was the women's love of nature and the beauty of Pat Drummond’s Pennsylvania perennial gardens. The book, illustrated by Denise Drummond, contains exquisite, vibrant, full-page watercolor illustrations authentically depicting the many varieties of flowers, butterflies, woodland creatures and insects. The illustrations are complemented by a story written by her mother, Pat Drummond, an accomplished writer and gardener.
In June 2012, their book received the Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Children’s Picture Book by The Independent Book Publisher’s Association, and also second place for Best First book. In September of that year, “My Grama’s Garden” was awarded the silver place Moonbeam Award for Best First Book.
Pat Drummond grew up in Texas and was influenced by her mother, who wrote poetry and had her poems published in anthologies. After marriage, Pat Drummond and her husband, Don, moved to his home in Pennsylvania, where Pat received a Bachelor of Arts degree in writing from Pitt-Bradford. She has written poetry, short stories and music. This is her first children's book.
Denise Drummond began her love affair with nature at an early age while growing up in the woodlands of Pennsylvania. She draws and paints nature scenes with a special love for our national parks and wilderness areas. A self-taught portrait and landscape artist, Denise Drummond’s works are created mostly using graphite and watercolor. Her work has been shown and collected nationwide.
Denise Drummond has placed five times in the prestigious Arts for the Parks contest, placing in the top 100 in the nation. Her works were on tour of the country with the “Top 100” show, traveling to art galleries and museums for a year at a time, then to be sold to collectors around the world. Her love of nature and the lure of mountain places, led her to spend three summers in Glacier National Park, where she began a series of National Parks drawings.
Currently, she is working on completing illustrations for another book also written by her mother, titled “Grandpa Spence.” She continues to draw and paint landscapes, and has also been making panoramic giclée prints of some of her photography.
For more information, visit mygramasgarden.com.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 04:09:00 PM
ATV ACCIDENT/HIGH MECHANISM
Address: @ 41.52737 @ 78.86655
REPORTED TO BE ON TIMBERLINE TRAIL, A LOOP NEAR C
Agency: ELK COMPANY 8 FD; KANE
9/13/2013 2:58:58 PM
3:46 PM--PERSONNEL HAVE LOCATED THE INJURED PERSON
3:58 PM--STAND DOWN STAT HELICOPTER
4:15 PM--PATIENT IS IN KANE AMBULANCE EN ROUTE TO KANE HOSPITAL
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SCANNER MESSAGE TO POLICE DEPARTMENTS AT 2:20 PM FROM PSP KANE:
Check your fax machines for a BOLO for person wanted in connection with a robbery at a pharmacy in Eldred at 9:12 AM on Friday morning.
Call PSP Kane at 814-778-5555 if you know who this robber is.
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California Firm Recalls Chicken Provance French Puff Pastry Due To Misbranding and Undeclared Allergen (Sep 13, 2013)
Galant Food Company, a San Leandro, Calif. establishment, is recalling approximately 420 pounds of Chicken Provance French puff pastry product because of misbranding and an undeclared allergen. The products are formulated with an egg wash glaze that contains egg, a known allergen, which is not declared on the label.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 12:26:00 PM
Friday the 13th--Your Lucky Day---
Police in a joint operation have allegedly arrested at least ten individuals on drug charges in a Lucky Day Drug Bust in Wellsville.
The Wellsville Daily Reporter is on it.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 12:17:00 PM
Solomon's words has been deluged with readers wanting to know about an alleged armed robbery in Eldred at the pharmacy this morning.
We have monitored police from several agencies engaged in a search for a perpetrator.
Pennsylvania State Police at noon have confirmed that there is an incident in progress in Eldred, but declined to provide any details. When asked if residents need to be concerned for their safety, we were told that people should always be vigilant.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 12:06:00 PM
|Photo shared by Andrea Fortner|
At 11:38 AM on Friday, Port Allegany Fire Rescue and Ambulance have been dispatched to North Main Street & E. Arnold Avenue for a 2 car accident with possibly one injury.
POLICE REPORTING 1 VEHICLE INTO THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
DRIVERS DECLINED MEDICAL TRANSPORT.
|Closer view shared by Keith Fortner|
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/13/2013 11:40:00 AM
Most of the growers/vendors of the Potter County Farmers' Market are planning to set up today, hoping to miss the predicted spotty rain showers. In case of rain, some of the vendors may choose not to set up today.
Hours for the Market (located adjacent to the courthouse square in Coudersport at the corner of E. Second and N. East Streets) are 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Products expected to be available this week include alpaca products including hand knit mittens, shawls, scarves, fingerless mitts, hats, insoles and socks. yarns, hand spun, dyed and natural colors; walking sticks crafted from native hardwoods; selection of baked goods; pickles, jam, jellies and preserves; garlic; winter squash; fingerling potatoes; potatoes; tomatoes; peppers; onions; salad greens and cucumber.
The Farmers' Market is scheduled weekly on Fridays through the first week of October.
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Kansas Firm Recalls Beef Products Due to Possible E. Coli O157:H7 Contamination (Sep 12, 2013)
National Beef Packing Company, a Dodge City, Kan., establishment, is recalling approximately 690 pounds of beef tongue root filet products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7.
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Do I Have To?
Doing what we don't want to do isn't always easy or enjoyable. Today is one of those days that I find myself doing what I would rather not be doing. I'm in a series of meetings and classes for the next several days. Some of my time is spent connecting with many whom I need to meet with. But if the truth were to be known I'd much rather be home sailing, or one of the many projects that I have waiting for me at home. The question might be asked; do I have to? I suppose I do have a choice in all of this but is it realistic to think that we should always get to do only what we want. Many times we need to do what we may not want to do.
Some in our society seem to believe that everything that we do should be pleasurable. To do something that isn’t pleasurable would seem to be foolish and unnecessary. Somewhere along the way we seem to have lost the importance of sacrifice and servant hood. We have moved, or are moving into a society of entitlement, where others owe us, and we are looking to be served rather than to serve.
Jesus had much to say about the subject of servant hood. In John 13, you will find the story of Jesus washing the feet of his disciples. It is here that he states, “I have given you an example to follow. Do as I have done to you. I tell you the truth slaves are not greater than their master. Nor is the messenger more important than the one who sends the message. Now that you know these things, God will bless you for doing them.” But it isn’t easy to always put someone else first. Taking the backseat isn’t always fun, nor is letting someone else have the glory when it really belongs to us. Perhaps we all have asked if we had to, but it is in doing this very thing that we are blessed.
When Jesus talked about loving God with all of your heart, mind, and soul, and added, to love your neighbor as yourselves, (Matt 22:37-39), he was saying to put everything above ourselves and serve God and one another. I wonder what would change in our lives if we started to practice that. Think about it.
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Thursday, September 12, 2013
Fireworks In Moose Park Port Allegany
The Port Allegany Moose family Center will being having fireworks at moose park this Saturday night at dark. It is open to the public and donations can still be made at the park that night.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/12/2013 08:01:00 PM
Mary A. JEFFERS, 85, of Ulysses, PA, died Wednesday, September 11, 2013 in the Green Home, Wellsboro, PA.
Born March 7, 1928, in Almond, NY, she was the daughter of William Elmer and Gladys Harrington White.
On December 5, 1948, in Burns, NY, she married Elwin S. Jeffers, who survives. She was a member of the Ulysses First Baptist Church, HUG Senior Center in Ulysses, Ulysses Grange, and a charter member of the Tri-Town Volunteer Firemen’s Auxiliary in Ulysses.
Surviving, besides her husband, Elwin, are: three sons, Gene (Deborah) Jeffers of Sabinsville, PA, James Jeffers of Ulysses, and Gary Jeffers of Carlisle, PA; three daughters, Donna (Donald) Richardson of Monroeton, PA, Roxanne (Anthony) Tomak of Campbell, NY, and Lori (Kenneth) Risser of Ulysses; 11 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; eight great-great-grandchildren; four brothers, Lloyd (Delores) White and Albert (Janet) White, both of Canaseraga, NY, George White of Erin, TN, and Kenneth (Dottie) White of Salem, NY, four sisters, Virginia Johnson of Erin, TN, Norma Schwartz of Hornell, NY, Rosalee Allen of White Salmon, WA, and Carol (Kenneth) Behn of Andover, NY; and many nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by two daughters-in-law, Sandra Jeffers and Deborah Jeffers; a grandson, Philip G. Tomak; and two brothers, Clarence White and William E. White, Jr.
Friends may call Sunday, September 15, 2013 from 2:00 – 4:00 and 7:00 – 9:00 PM at the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA. Funeral Services will be held 11:00 AM, Monday in the Ulysses First Baptist Church. Rev. Jason K. Reed and Rev. Dr. Richard G. Kirk will co-officiate. Burial will be in Ulysses Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church, Ulysses, PA 16948 or the Tri-Town Volunteer Fire Company, Ulysses, PA 16948. Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfuneralhome.com.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/12/2013 07:48:00 PM
WALK-IN BIDDERS WELCOME AT Sept. 14th AUCTION!
The doors of this Saturday’s Rotary Auction will be open to walk-in bidders at 7:00 p.m., according to Melissa Gee, Rotary Auction Co-Chair. To date, over 130 items have been collected from local businesses and individuals to be auctioned off Saturday night at the Coudersport American Legion at the Coudersport Rotary Club’s largest fundraiser of the year.
"Although all of the 6 p.m. dinner tickets are sold out, those wanting bid attendance only, should arrive at 7 p.m. to participate in the live and silent auctions," according to Gee. “Several of items donated would make great Christmas gifts,” added Gee.
A few of the items up for auction include;
• Lil' Cowpoke Diaper Cake & Album by Caroline Powers
• Subzero Winter Emergency Roadside Kit (57 piece) by Wm. R. Karschner & Sons
• (2) Tickets for "Jukebox Hangout" by First National Bank of Port Allegany
• Hand Painted Petite Glass Ornament from Ne'Qwa Art with Stand by Hauber's Jewelry
• Pre-Season Automobile Detailing by Stoltz Family Dealerships
• Leatherman Hunting Multitool by Potter County Outfitters
• 18-Hr Smoked Brisket in Deutschlander Special Blend Rub (Feeds 30) by Allegany Grill
• TWO (8) Hour Lift Tickets by Ski Denton
• Vintage OLYMPIC ROD & JOHNSON REEL by Laurelwood Inn
• Edward Jones Tailgating Cooler & Supplies by Edward Jones
• First Alert Fire Resistant Waterproof File Cabinet by Valley Hardware
• Tons of top soil delivered within Coudersport area by Faulstick Enterprises
• Hand Crafted Child's Rocker with hand stitched cushion by Bill Roberts
• "Silver" Level Portrait Package by Tim Walck Photography
• hour of Extreme Go-Karts (6 Karts, unlimited people) by Steve Watson Extreme Go-Karts
• Solid pine bookcase/desk by MemorLeeLaine
• Night Stay in the Caboose Cabin by Allegany River Campground
• (6) Rifle Gun Cabinet & Turkey Call by Morgan Advanced Materials
• Family Season Pass to Gary's Putter Golf by Gary's Putter Golf
• Week long Summer Camp by Penn-York Camp & Retreat Center
• Night of Folk and/or Blues by Solo Acoustic Guitarist, Josh Wolf, Acoustic Guitarist
• Pair of Winter Tires up to $300.00 by Jenigens Body Shop
• Chateau Lafite Rothschild Red Wine (YEAR: 1972) by Walter Baker
• Year Fitness Center Individual Membership by Cowburn's Solid Body Gym
• (6) mos. Of 50 Meg. Internet Service AND Voice Service by Zitomedia
• Family Golf Membership for 2014 by Coudersport Golf Club
The proceeds raised at the fundraiser auction are dedicated to local Rotary initiatives such as Camp Cadet and Youth Leadership Camp scholarships, the Mitchell Park restoration and enhancement project, and various food drives and other civic services performed locally by the club throughout the year. Those wanting directions to the auction should call Karen Cahilly at 203-3933.
Pictured above: Linda Karija, on behalf of Northwest Savings Bank and Rebecca Duell, Treasurer of the Coudersport Rotary Club
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|9/12/2013||7:26 PM||MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT||780 ROUTE 249||MIDDLEBURY TWP|
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PennDOT Maintenance Work Schedule for September 16–September 20, 2013
Potter /Cameron PENNDOT, Potter/Cameron County Maintenance announces the following work schedule for the week of September 16-September 20, weather permitting.
Motorists should travel with extra caution in these and all work areas. Motorists should be aware that due to the nature of highway maintenance and emergency work, crews could be working on any highway at any time of the day or night.
Potter County 0260:
• State Route: 0044 (Coneville Area) Daylight Signs
• State Route: 3002 (Cowley Hill) Bridge Replacement (Road Closed-Detour in Place)
● State Route: 3015 (Dutch Hill Road) Install U-Drain (Mon-Wed)
● State Route: 0872 (Costello Area) Install U-Drain (Thurs-Fri)
● State Route: 0449 (Gold to Genesee) Crack Sealing
● State Route: 1005 (Phoenix Run Road) Ditching
● State Route: 1001 (Brookland Road) Shoulder Stabilization
● State Route: 3002 (Cowley Hill Road) Patching
● State Route: 0872 (Austin to Wharton) Mowing (Mon)
● State Route: 3003 (Prouty Road) Mowing (Tues-Fri)
Cameron County 0240:
• State Route: 3001 Ditching
• State Route: 3001 Mowing
The following work is scheduled to be completed by contractor, weather permitting:
• L C Whitford: State Route 49 (Harrison Valley) Bridge Repair
• Glenn O Hawbaker: State Route 872 (Potter & Cameron) Drainage Improvements and Road Repairs
• LTT Trucking: State Route 0872 (Ladona Area) Bridge Repair (approx. end 09/22/14)
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/12/2013 07:32:00 PM
Update for SR 255 Betterment Work near I-80/DuBois, Week of Sept. 16 Night-time paving will cause long delays
Update for SR 255 Betterment Work near I-80/DuBois, Week of Sept. 16
Night-time paving will cause long delays
DuBois – Roadway improvement work is continuing on Route 255 near the I-80 DuBois/101 interchange. When work is complete in mid-October, a smoother roadway surface and new traffic signals at the I-80 ramps will provide area drivers with more efficient travel and improved traffic flow.
The week of Sept. 16 will feature the following activity:
• On Monday and Tuesday, the contractor will be working on drainage at various locations. No travel delays are expected.
• During the day on Wednesday, roadway milling will be flagged as crews work to mill roadway “bumps” at various locations.
• Wednesday through Saturday, the contractor will be paving through the entire project. This work will take place at night from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
• As night-time paving takes place, motorists should expect long delays through the project area.
PennDOT reminds drivers to remain alert and proceed through the work zone with caution.
Overall work on Route 255 will include milling and paving, bridge deck repair, cleaning and upgrading of pipe culverts and inlets, water-line extension, and installation of new traffic signals at the I-80 ramps.
All work is weather and schedule dependent. New Enterprise Stone and Lime Inc. is the contractor on this $3.4 million project.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/12/2013 07:22:00 PM
Update for PennDOT’s Route 220/Auction Road Project, Week of Sept. 16
Lock Haven – Work is continuing on Phase One of the Route 220/Auction Road project in Lamar Township. When work on Phase One and Phase Two are complete, area drivers will enjoy smoother, more efficient travel through this area and have increased sight distance at the four-way intersection.
Activity the week of Sept. 16 will include:
• The contractor will continue to install a utility duct bank along Route 2008 (Fairground Road). Lane closures will be regulated by flaggers.
• The contractor will be widening Route 2008 (Auction Road) throughout the week. Lane closures will be regulated by flaggers.
• The contractor will be placing embankment and sub-base throughout the project.
• The contractor will be installing pavement base drain throughout the project.
• The contractor will be seeding finished areas throughout the project.
Motorists are advised to watch for slow-moving vehicles throughout the entire work zone. All work is weather dependent.
Construction of Phase One includes the building of the ramps on the eastern side of Route 220, adjacent to Central Pennsylvania Auto Auction. Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. of State College is the contractor on the $3.4 million Phase One project.
Phase Two of the project will build the bridge and ramps on the western side of Route 220, adjacent to the Clinton County Fairgrounds. Phase Two is expected to begin in 2014.
PennDOT reminds motorists to buckle up, obey posted speed limits and proceed with caution through all work zones.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/12/2013 07:20:00 PM
|Several ambulances line up to transport patients as firefighters work at extrication.|
At 4:25 PM on Thursday, Roulette & Coudersport Fire Rescue and Ambulances are responding to a 2 vehicle head-on crash on Route 6 at Bilek's Curve at the entrance to Goodwin's Gravel Pit. Possible entrapment and ejection is reported. 3 vehicles are reported involved.
5 Patients are reported. 2 Ambulance requested from Port Allegany. 4 patients in a car & 1 in a pickup truck.
3 HELICOPTERS REQUESTED
HELICOPTERS REPORTED UNAVAILABLE
4:45PM--REPORT 2 PATIENTS EXTRICATED
4:47 PM--3RD PATIENT EXTRICATED
4:48 pm-3 AMBULANCES HAVE GONE ENROUTE TO COLE MEMORIAL
ROUTE 6 NOW HAS ONE LANE OPEN BETWEEN TROUT BROOK AND REED RUN ROAD
Coudersport Fire Dept. has set up for 3 helicopters to land at Cole Memorial.
2 helicopters have apparently taken off, a third incoming helicopter has aborted due to weather.
5:51 PM--PSP ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION CREW 90 MINUTE ETA TO SCENE
7:39 ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION TEAM ON SCENE
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/12/2013 04:28:00 PM
|9/12/2013||4:13 PM||MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT||ROUTE 249||MIDDLEBURY TWP|
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/12/2013 04:20:00 PM
On Sunday, Aug. 25, Chautauqua Institution President Tom Becker concluded the 2013 Season with the ceremonial Three Taps of the Gavel.
“The time we spend at Chautauqua is an investment in ourselves and in others,” Becker said. As a community, we were fed “on a diet of art, creativity, issues of importance to our time … experienced the exercise of reverence and worship, the healthy and reflective exercise of body and spirit, and the joy of a civil community.”
Prior to his prepared remarks, Becker offered his thanks, on behalf of the Chautauqua community, to the Rev. Joan Brown Campbell, who will retire as director of the Department of Religion at the end of the year.
Click here to view a video of Becker’s speech or read a transcript.
2013 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS
Re-visit your favorite lectures from the 2013 Season, or discover some of the summer’s most popular speakers on Chautauqua’s YouTube page. Highlights include:
- “A Planet for Goldilocks” — NASA Ames astrophysicist Natalie Batalha discusses how she and other scientists with NASA’s Kepler Mission go about the slow, painstaking work of searching for planets with the capacity to develop and support life.
- Time magazine editor-at-large David Von Drehle examines Abraham Lincoln’s “phenomenal vision of America.”
- Incoming director of Chautauqua’s Department of Religion Robert Franklin addresses language’s power to transform lives and catalyze action in an Interfaith Lecture titled “Proclamations, Letters and Tweets: Words that Have Changed the World.”
- Nina Morrison, senior staff attorney for the Innocence Project, explains how the organization uses DNA testing to prove innocence of the wrongfully convicted.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/12/2013 03:45:00 PM
New DEP Online Tool Speeds Pre-Application Process for Permit Applicants
As part of its continuing effort to create a more efficient permit application procedure, DEP has developed an online Permit Application Consultation Tool (PACT).
The online tool is designed to quickly and easily assist potential applicants in determining which types of environmental permits, authorizations or notifications would be needed for specific projects. Based on the user’s responses to a series of simple questions, PACT provides information on permits and other information an applicant should consider.
When the tool’s questionnaire is completed, PACT automatically submits the information and attachments to the Assistant Regional Director in the department’s appropriate regional office. This information serves as the basis for a Pre-Application Conference. At the conference, DEP staff verifies the information and discusses the needed permits or authorizations with the applicant. Pre-Application Conferences often result in a savings of time and resources—especially when multiple permits or authorizations are needed.
“This is another example of DEP’s commitment to improving efficiency without sacrificing the quality or transparency of our reviews,” Acting DEP Secretary Chris Abruzzo said. “Since the original Permit Decision Guarantee was implemented last year, DEP has resolved 66 percent of all backlogged applications. This allows us to move much more efficiently on new permit applications, ensuring that they meet their target timeframes.”
For more information, visit www.dep.state.pa.us and click on Permits, Licensing and Certifications. By clicking on the link you can access the Pre-Application Information Tool and the questionnaire.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/12/2013 03:38:00 PM
PennDOT, State Police Participate in National Child Passenger Safety Week
Police, Safety Groups to Offer Safety Seat Checkpoints Statewide
Harrisburg – State Police and PennDOT are encouraging motorists to participate in free child passenger safety seat checkups throughout Pennsylvania as the agencies mark National Child Passenger Safety Week, Sept. 15 – 21.
In addition, Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, has been designated as “National Seat Check Saturday.”
“I urge all parents and caregivers to get their seats checked, because using the right seat in the right position is so important to children’s safety,” PennDOT Secretary Barry J. Schoch said. “Anyone who transports children has the responsibility to make sure they’re legally and correctly secured – that’s why we work with police and safety partners to make child safety resources available year-round.”
PennDOT funds resources such as training and educational materials for 145 fitting stations across Pennsylvania, at which more than 5,000 car seats were checked last year. The checkups are designed to teach drivers the proper installation and use of child safety seats.
“Our first priority must be to protect the safety of our most precious cargo every time we get behind the wheel,” Pennsylvania State Police Lieutenant Colonel George L. Bivens said. “Traffic crashes are among the leading causes of death in Pennsylvania, and educating the public about the proper use of child safety seats plays an important role in saving lives.”
Each of the department’s troops will conduct at least one safety seat check during the week, Bivens said. The seat checks are designed to teach drivers the proper installation and use of child safety seats.
“Child safety seats will save lives, but only when they are installed and used properly,” Bivens said.
Pennsylvania law requires that children under the age of 4 ride in a federally approved car seat that is appropriate for the child's age, height and weight. Children between the ages of 4 and 8 must use a booster seat if they are no longer in a car seat.
The state’s seat belt law mandates that children ages 8 to 17 must use a seat belt, and violating this law is a primary offense. It is a secondary offense for drivers and front seat passengers age 18 and older to travel unbuckled.
Because of the potential dangers associated with air bag deployment, children ages 12 and under should always ride in a vehicle’s back seat.
The State Police Bureau of Patrol also offered the following tips:
• Read and follow the car seat and vehicle manufacturers’ instructions;
• Use the car’s seat belt to anchor the seat to the car unless you are using a child safety seat with the LATCH system;
• Fill out and return the registration card for your seat so you'll know if it is recalled because of a problem;
• Make sure the seat’s harness fits snugly; and
• Use a tether strap if the seat requires it.
For more information on car seat safety and to get a list of state police car seat safety inspection locations and dates, click on the "Public Safety" link at www.psp.state.pa.us.
To view a list of PennDOT-supported car seat checks and see how PennDOT promotes child passenger safety, visit www.JustDrivePA.com, then "Traffic Safety Information Center" and "Child Passenger Safety."
Area Child Seat Checks:
Cameron County: Monday, Sept. 16, 10:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m., Emporium Fire Hall, 419 N. Broad St., Emporium, PA 15834.
Centre County: Wednesday, Sept. 18, 3 p.m. – 7 p.m., Sam’s Club, 381 Benner Pike, State College, PA 16801.
• Monday, Sept. 16, 3 p.m. – 5 p.m., Clearfield Borough Fire Department, 108 S. Cherry St., Clearfield, PA 16830.
• Wednesday, Sept. 18, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., Little Hands Child Care, 180 McCracken Run Rd., DuBois, PA 15801.
Clinton County: Sunday, Sept. 15, noon – 5 p.m., Pennsylvania State Police – Lamar, 7127 Nittany Dr., Mill Hall, PA 17751.
Elk County: Thursday, Sept. 19, PennDOT – Elk County Maintenance Building, 32 Saint Leo St., Ridgway, PA 15853.
McKean County: Sunday, Sept. 15, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., Zook Motors, 25 Willow Run, Kane, PA 16735.
Mifflin County: Monday, Sept. 16, through Friday, Sept. 20, 7:30 a.m. – 3 p.m., Lewistown Hospital, 400 Highland Ave., Lewistown, PA 17044.
Potter County: Thursday, Sept. 19, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Coudersport Volunteer Ambulance Co., 122 E. Second St., Coudersport, PA 16915.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/12/2013 03:36:00 PM
Thompson Announces Rural Hospital Grant for Charles Cole Memorial Hospital
Federal funding will support medical information technology upgrades
|U.S. Representative Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson|
“Healthcare delivery to our rural communities can be challenging,” stated Rep. Thompson. “These types of grants level the playing field with our urban counterparts, and will assist Cole Memorial in upgrading their current technologies to meet the changing industry standards and better serve the people of Coudersport and the surrounding communities.”
Cole Memorial will receive approximately $7,500 that will be used to support the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10, the new diagnosis and procedure code sets used by hospitals to group and identify patient encounters. Hospitals are required to make the transition to ICD-10 by October 1, 2014.
|Edward C. Pitchford|
In Pennsylvania, a total of 20 small and rural hospitals with fewer than 50 beds, will receive funds through the SHIP grant. The SHIP funds are initially awarded to the Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health, which provides technical assistance to hospitals throughout the commonwealth.
The Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health was established at Penn State University in 1991. It is a joint effort by the university’s College of Health and Human Development and the Penn State Outreach and Penn State Extension. The office is funded by the federal Office of Rural Health Policy of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Pennsylvania Department of Health, and Penn State.
Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 9/12/2013 03:15:00 PM