TRAFFIC ACCIDENT/NO INJURY
Address: 61 MEDIX RUN RD
Cross Streets: QUEHANNA HWY
REPORTED NO INJURY, WIRES DOWN.
Agency: ELK COMPANY 5 FD9/13/2014 11:13:13 PM
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Address: 45 PLUM ST
City: JAY TOWNSHIP--ST. JOSEPH'S TERRACE
Cross Streets: BENNETTS VALLEY HWY * RIVER RDAgency: ELK COMPANY 5 FD; BENNETTS VALLEY AMB.
9/13/2014 10:25:44 PM
CHIEF 5 REQUESTED A FAN TO A ROOM FOR VENTILATION. CLEARED SCENE AT 10:48.
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Bradford EMS Dispatched To Assaults
At 10:00 PM on Saturday, Bradford EMS dispatched to two locations for assault victims.
One in the back parking lot of the Bradford Era. A 24 year old female was transported to BRMC from that location.
The other near the intersection of Bolivar Drive and Seaward Avenue. A 34 year old male transported to BRMC from that location.
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Structure Fire Reported at County Road 7 & New Mexico Road
At 3:41 PM on Saturday, Cuba & New Hudson Fire Departments dispatched to County Road 7 & New Mexico Road for a structure fire.
SEVERAL FIRE COMPANIES TO STANDBY ASSIGNMENTS.
4:16 PM--FIRE INVESTIGATORS CALLED TO SCENE.
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WNEP--UPDATE 2:30 p.m. — State Police commissioner Frank Noonan identifies Corporal Bryon Dickson as the state police member killed in Friday night’s ambush at the barracks in Blooming Grove, Pike County. Trooper Alex Douglass was wounded. He is in critical condition.
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Otto Dispatched To One Car Crash In Rixford
At 2:10 PM on Saturday, Otto Township Fire Dept. and Ambulance dispatched to School Street in Rixford for a motor vehicle accident. Report male occupant & 2 children self-extricated with injuries.
AT 2:30 PM--POLICE HAVE CONFIRMED THIS IS THE VEHICLE SOUGHT FOR HIT & RUN IN ELDRED. A MEDICAL HELICOPTER ON STANDBY IS NOT NEEDED.
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Police Seeking Hit & Run Vehicle
At 1:56 PM on Saturday, Police in the Eldred area are looking for a silver sedan involved in a hit & run in Eldred. The male in his 30's, possibly with a goatee, is reported to be intoxicated, has 2 children in the car, and possibly headed toward Smethport or Port Allegany. Use caution if you are on the road.
2:27 PM--POLICE HAVE CONFIRMED THE VEHICLE BEING SOUGHT HAS CRASHED ON THE REW-RIXFORD ROAD IN OTTO TOWNSHIP.
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Smethport Responding To Crash On Rt. 46
At 10:40 AM on Saturday, Smethport Fire & Ambulance dispatched to Rt. 46 near Bordell Crossroad for a one vehicle crash. Report one patient self-extricated with possibly minor injury. Vehicle is off roadway.
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|9/13/2014||9:18 AM||MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT||98 ROUTE 6||GAINES TWP|
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Guy R. SEELEY, 92, of Westfield, PA, died Thursday, September 11, 2014 in his home.
Born January 17, 1922, in Harrison Township, PA, he was the son of Rial and Bessie Woodard Seeley.
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Champ E. HOSLEY, 93, of Coudersport, PA, died Thursday, September 11, 2014 in Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport, PA.
Born May 20, 1921, in Coudersport, he was the son of Harry H. and Mary Coppersmith Hosley. On October 21, 1944, he married the former Mary Ellen Umsted, who predeceased him in 1982.
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Warren County firm agrees to stop discharging Marcellus Shale wastewater
September 11, 2014 2:01 PM
By Don Hopey / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A Warren County waste treatment firm has agreed to build a state-of-the-art treatment facility to settle a federal lawsuit alleging it had illegally and repeatedly discharged Marcellus Shale gas drilling wastewater containing high concentrations of salts, heavy metals and radioactive compounds into the Allegheny River.
Under terms of the settlement agreement with Clean Water Action, a statewide environmental organization, Waste Treatment Corp. has agreed to stop discharging up to 200,000 gallons a day of shale gas drilling wastewater. Within eight months, it will build the new treatment facility that will have the ability to remove more than 99 percent of the pollutants.
The settlement, which was signed by the treatment company and Clean Water Action Wednesday, also requires the company to reduce its discharge of conventional drilling wastewater by 35 percent.
“From the start our goal has been to protect the Allegheny River and the health of people who use it,” said Myron Arnowitt, state director for Clean Water Action. “This settlement creates a long-lasting solution that will greatly improve our water quality.”
The settlement represents the first time an existing industrial treatment plant discharging gas drilling wastewater in Pennsylvania agreed to install effective treatment technology to protect local rivers, Mr. Arnowitt said.
In 2011, the state Department of Environmental Protection fined Waste Treatment $100,000 for violating its water discharge permit, which does not permit it to treat oil and gas wastewater. And in 2012, DEP water testing found levels of chloride, bromide, lithium, strontium, radium-226 and radium-228 downriver from the treatment plant that were more than 100 times higher than those found upriver from the plant. Read more...
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Duke Center United Methodist Church
2nd Harvest Food Distribution
It is 2nd Harvest Food Distribution time again...
call-ins (966-3922) are
Monday, September 15 21 from 6-8 p.m. and
Tuesday, September 16 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
If you get the answering machine please leave a message and your call WILL be
returned in the order that it was received. You need to talk to a live person to schedule your time.
Distribution will be on Wednesday, September 24 at the Otto Twp. Firehall.
Please bring your photo ID and a box for your food.
If you know of a family in need please pass this information to them.
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GAME COMMISSION TO HOST TOURS
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Steven E. Kriz, 60 of Homestead Ave., Bradford, PA formerly of Limestone, passed away ,Friday, September 12, 2014 at the Bradford Regional Medical Center.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc. Online condolences may be made at www.hollenbeckcahill.com
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The 5th Annual Farm Show and Threshing Bee
The 5th Annual Farm Show and Threshing Bee will be held on Saturday,
September 13, at Klein Family Century Farm in Mina, Pennsylvania. The
event will run from 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. with free admission and a
free chili dinner at 12:30 P.M.
The event will show the progression
of the art of Threshing through the ages ending with a 1920 Case Thresher on the belt with a 1909 Frick Steam Engine. Also featured this year will be a 1926 Buffalo Oil Field Engine. There will be Corn
shelling and grinding, a Shingle mill and a Sawmill, Baling straw.
The Quilting Cabin will be open.
Bring a dish to pass and your lawn chair and make yourself at home.
ALL PERSONS ENTER AND PARTICIPATE AT THEIR OWN RISK.
Remember, the show goes on regardless of the
weather as there are lots of indoor activities, plus Exhibitors under cover.
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ATTENTION ROULETTE RESIDENTS
The Roulette Township Water/Sewer Department will be doing a line flushing on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 starting approximately 9 p.m. until ?
Please do not use the water during this time because you may encounter dirt in the water and low pressure. You may also have some dirt in the lines after the flush so you may want to flush your lines by letting the water run for a few minutes to avoid this.
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Marian Elizabeth Keck, 91, of Coudersport, PA passed away Friday, September 12, 2014 at Cole Memorial Hospital.
Born January 8, 1923 in Eldred, PA she was the daughter of Jesse C. and Annie Howland Shelley. On February 5, 1943 she married Richard W. Keck who preceded her in death in 2001.
Marian was a graduate of Eldred High School. She worked for many years at Erway’s Dairy. She was a member of the Park United Methodist Church in Coudersport. She was an artist, seamstress, and enjoyed cooking and baking. Marian enjoyed reading her bible and spending time with her family.
Marian is survived by her son; Danny Keck and his wife Pamela of Magnolia, TX, her sister; Katherine Meacham of Cottonwood, AZ, eight grandchildren, Carianne (George) Robinson, Ulysses, PA, Jody Cornish, Belmont, MA, William H. Morgart, III, Coudersport, PA, Ian Keck, Elizabethtown, PA, Andrew Keck, Elizabethtown, PA, Cortney Keck, Magnolia, TX , Jesse Keck, Anchorage, AK and Brandon Keck, Magnolia, TX. and daughter in-law Cindy Keck- Funck, Elizabethtown, PA.
She was preceded in death by sons; Richard L. and Thomas R. Keck and daughters; Camille A. Cornish and Judith A. Keck, four brothers and one sister.
Friends and family are invited to Marian’s Life Celebration Tuesday, September 16, 2014, at the Thomas E. Fickinger Funeral Home with a visitation from 2-3:30pm, funeral service to follow at 3:30pm with Rev. Thomas Shatto officiating. Burial in the Forest Hill Cemetery, Austin, PA
Memorials may be made to the Cole Memorial Hospital Skilled Nursing, 1001 East Second St. Coudersport, PA 16915
Arrangements by Thomas E. Fickinger Funeral Home, “A Life Celebration Home” 210 North East St. Coudersport, PA 16915.
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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. 14 – 20. Additionally, Saturday, Sept. 20, has been designated as “National Seat Check Saturday.”
“I urge all parents and caregivers to not only get their seats checked, but also to explore all educational materials available to them,” PennDOT Secretary Barry J. Schoch said. “PennDOT, police departments and safety partners across the state are available year-round to ensure children are legally and correctly restrained.”
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.
Another PennDOT-funded resource is “Sit Back – It’s Elementary,” a new elementary school curriculum focused on reducing traffic-related injuries and deaths. Through the in-school program, trained police officers and safety partners educate children on making proper seat-belt use and positioning a habit.
“Child car seats and booster seats save lives, but only when they are installed and used properly,” said State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan. “The inspections conducted by our troopers typically find that a high percentage of these seats are not installed correctly -- in many cases, the child’s seat was not securely anchored,” Noonan said. “Anchoring the child seat properly to the vehicle is critical to its performance in a crash.”
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.
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"Pipeline Safety and Our Community"
A Free Forum - September 17, 2014 6:30 - 8:30pm
Members of the public, public officials, businesses, water and wastewater utilities are invited to attend a free public education forum titled, "Pipeline Safety and Our Community" on Wednesday, September 17, 2014, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Tokishi Training Center, 124 NYPUM Drive in Wellsboro.
The forum seeks to raise awareness about pipeline risks and increase safety through public education. Speakers will examine the issues surrounding pipeline safety, ways to prevent the risk of injury or damage to property and pipelines, and how to improve community planning near existing and future pipelines using the Pipelines and Informed Planning Alliance (PIPA) recommendations.
Pipelines are widely seen the safest way to transport natural gas. However, leaks, spills and catastrophic accidents do happen despite modern methods. Many pipelines in Pennsylvania are aging. Rural areas are seeing installation of much bigger higher-pressure natural gas pipelines than in the past as the result of the push to get Marcellus gas to markets. Between 10,000 and 25,000 miles of gathering pipeline could be built by 2030, according to an estimate by The Nature Conservancy. Despite pleas to call 811 to learn the location of underground utilities before starting any digging, a recent survey by the Common Ground Alliance found that 51 percent of American homeowners who planned to dig this year for typical "do it yourself" projects like landscaping, installing a fence or mailbox, and building a deck or patio, will put themselves and their community at risk of injury because they did not plan to call 811 before starting. (Common Ground Alliance).
Jim Weaver, Director of Planning for Tioga County said, "It is really important for the general public in our area to hear this information. While our emergency responders and first responders are getting good training, we also need to enlist help from the public to become an educated partner to keep our communities safe. Knowing how to identify a leak or potential pipeline hazard, what to do in that event, getting into the habit of calling 811 whenever digging in your yard, we appreciate having the forum because there is no dedicated venue that provides this important information at this time."
Mr. Weaver and Julie Kollar, Director of the Water Resources Education Network, a project of the League of Women Voters of PA., will moderate the session. Speakers will include Lynda Farrell, Executive Director of the Pipeline Safety Coalition, Dr. Roberta Winters, Pipeline Safety Lead with the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania, Jim Larkin, Regional Liaison with PA 811 One Call System, followed by a panel discussion with pipeline operators and Emily Krafjack, President of COGENT, which is providing training for first responders in Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna, and Tioga and Wyoming Counties.
Forum sponsors include the Tioga County Partnership for Community Health, the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania, The Water Resources Education Network, and the Pennsylvania One Call System, Inc.
The forum will focus on:
• How to recognize potential hazards and leaks
• Emergency response precautions that can be taken
• Ways to make better land use decisions near pipelines with PIPA Guidelines
• How using the 811 PA One Call System improves public safety
• How community members can participate in the pipeline siting regulatory process.
The public is welcome and pre-registration is requested. For more information or to register, please email Julie Kollar at email@example.com or call 267-468-0555.
The forum has been funded by a Technical Assistance Grant awarded to the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania Citizen Education Fund by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA
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Structure Fire Dispatched On Depot Street In Friendship
At 12:55 PM on Friday, Friendship & Cuba Fire Depts. dispatched to 55 Depot Street for a house full of smoke. Fast Team 3 and Belmont Fire Dept. also dispatched.
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PA ROUTE 6 EXEC DIRECTOR TESTIFIES IN FRONT OF PA HOUSE COMMITTEE
PA Route 6 Heritage Corridor is a force in economic, community and business development for the 11 counties it crosses, PA Route 6 Alliance Executive Director Terri Dennison told the Appropriations Committee of the PA House of Representatives at a public hearing on August 21 in Wyalusing.
The Appropriations Committee hearing focused on the impacts of tourism and the Pennsylvania Heritage Area program. Dennison provided examples of how planning projects funded through PA Rt 6 have assisted the PA Route 6 Heritage Communities in developing long range plans that are being implemented. She highlighted the many marketing efforts that are undertaken with the support of the nine convention and visitor bureau (CVB) partners. The combination of marketing, preservation and development efforts have resulted in increased visitation and business opportunities, citing that 17 new businesses have started in McKean County alone because of the appeal of the PA Route 6 driving destination.
“When tourism as a whole across the northern tier of Pennsylvania is considered, the 2012 Tourism Economic report (released in December 2013) reports that the impact of tourism for all 11 Route 6 counties includes $3.6 billion in visitor spending, supporting 28,000 jobs with a payroll of $717 million,” Dennison said.
The morning session started with testimony from Jean Ruhf, Executive Director of the Endless Mountains Visitor Bureau, who urged the Appropriations Committee to increase the funding to market the state to travelers. “I must also take this opportunity to bring attention to state tourism funding, or rather, the lack of it. Pennsylvania is missing the boat. We went from an all-time high in funding for fiscal year 2000/2001 of $44,285,000 down to our all-time low in this fiscal year of $2,564,000, ” Ruhf told the committee.
Jane Sheffield, President of Heritage PA, thanked the representatives for reinstating the Heritage Area line item in the state’s budget, adding that the funding is necessary for the Heritage Areas, such as PA Route 6, to continue their work in improving the local economy and supporting community and businesses.
Dennison’s complete testimony can be viewed at: http://paroute6.com/press_releases
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“BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS”
Animal Care Sanctuary will be hosting a Blessing of the Animals at 2:00 on Sunday, October 5th at our East Smithfield location and Sunday, October 19th at our Wellsboro location. As autumn arrives, people all over the world bring their pets to a special ceremony called the Blessing of Pets. This custom is conducted in remembrance of St. Francis of Assisi’s love for all creatures.
The bond between person and pet is like no other relationship, because the communication between fellow creatures is at its most basic. Eye-to-eye humans and their pets are two creatures of love. Bev Barket, volunteer, and Joan Smith-Reese, Executive Director will conduct the ceremony. The ceremony will end with refreshments and fellowship for both people and pets. All are invited to attend rain or shine.
Animal Care Sanctuary is one of the ten largest sanctuaries in the United States. Celebrating its 48th anniversary, the sanctuary cares for over 600 animals daily and is committed to adoption, spay/neuter services, and humane education.
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Route 255 Improvements Continue in Saint Marys PennDOT issues update for week of Sept. 14
Saint Marys – Work to improve a section of Route 255 in the city of Saint Marys is moving toward completion as fall approaches. The project stretches from the Tractor Supply Co. intersection to Route 120/State Street in Saint Marys. Once the project completes, travel along this section of Route 255 will be smoother and more efficient.
Activity the week of Sept. 14 will include:
• The contractor will begin work on Sunday night at 7 p.m. and continue through Friday afternoon. Work will be performed 24 hours per day.
• On Sunday night, the contractor will be milling paving notches and placing additional bituminous pavement at various locations between Pistner Road and State Street. On Monday night, the contractor will begin paving the final wearing surface on Route 255 between Pistner Road and Mill Street. Motorists should be alert for changing traffic patterns. Flaggers will be in place at intersections to direct traffic.
• MOTORIST ALERT—CHANGING TRAFFIC PATTERN: On Wednesday night/Thursday morning, the contractor will complete paving on Route 255 and begin to shift traffic into a new traffic pattern. The new traffic pattern will be in place Thursday morning. This work will take place on Route 255 between Pistner Road and Mill Street. The new traffic pattern will place traffic into its final alignment, which will allow for two lanes of northbound traffic. Flaggers will remain at these intersections until the permanent traffic signals are activated during daylight shift on Thursday.
• On Wednesday during daytime work hours, the contractor will be installing permanent signs.
• On Friday, the travel lanes on Route 255 northbound and southbound between Pistner Road and State Street will be closed during daytime working hours to perform work adjacent to the highway. These lanes will re-open at the end of the shift.
• East Arch Street will continue to be closed between Route 255 (South Saint Marys Street) and Chestnut Street. Motorists are to follow the signed detour route. This portion of East Arch Street will remain closed until Thursday morning.
• Route 255 will continue to be restricted to one northbound lane between Random Road and Mill Street and one southbound lane between Railroad Street and Random Road. This traffic pattern will remain in place 24-hours per-day until Thursday morning.
• During daytime work hours, the contractor will be grading, forming and placing concrete driveways and sidewalks at various locations along Route 255 between Vine Street and State Street.
• During daytime work hours, the contractor will be placing topsoil and seeding various locations throughout the project.
All work is weather and schedule dependent. Motorists are advised to watch for slow-moving and stopped vehicles through the entire work zone. Motorists are advised to be cautious when traveling through the work zone and to obey the posted speed limit.
Overall work includes pavement repair, drainage improvements, addition of a right-turn lane for Route 255 northbound traffic at Vine Street, re-alignment of the Arch Street intersection, a right turn lane on Route 120 east for traffic heading south on Route 255, and other construction items. Dave Gutelius Excavating Inc. of Mifflinburg is the contractor on this $12.8 million project.
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Sharon Township update
At the regular monthly meeting on Tuesday September 9, the township during public comment heard from a coalition of concerned tax payers/aka citizens of the township on the issue of health insurance for part time employees.
The opinion of the citizen’s group was that as a small township with limited revenue the township should not provide health insurance as a benefit to part time employees.
In the regular session of the meeting a single quote for health coverage for the year for the two part time employees and their family including dental coverage was presented and a unanimous vote from all three supervisors to accept this quote and sign the contract.
The health coverage for 2014 for two part time employees is a $46,000 savings from 2013 coverage.
When the supervisors were ask if it might be brought up to a vote to require an employee contribution of 30% of the cost of the coverage, it was replied that it would have to be brought up for next year’s budget not this year.
The citizens coalition believes that if an employee will not be working a portion of the year that the .25 cents/hour contribution they are presently contributing is an inadequate and is by far much less than most of the working general public is required to contribute through their employer.
The general consensus from the supervisors is that without health coverage the two part time employees would quit as they only make $16/hr and it would be impossible to replace their skill sets.
The citizens coalition reaction is it would be a cost savings to increase the hourly rate without health coverage and let the employee go out and find their own coverage under the affordable health care act.
Also in the meeting is was requested that the each monthly meeting minutes be posted on the township building as required by law in a reasonable timely manner along with a copy of the treasures report.
The supervisors agreed it would be posted although they will be unapproved minutes until the next meeting.
Looking at the bright side, through our efforts we have managed to cut the budget of our township by close to 20% or $46,000.
Congratulations to the citizens that fought the good fight.
Shame on the township supervisors that failed due diligence with our tax dollars and continue to do so.
Your next Sharon Township meeting is Oct. 14, 2014 at 6:00 PM
It may be your road that gets $46,000 repairs next year!!!
by Phil Williams, one member of a group of concerned citizen/aka tax payers
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Don't forget the Potter County Farmers' Market today (Friday) beginning at 1:00 p.m. in downtown Coudersport. Our market features local farmers and other local vendors offering their wares in the lot across from the courthouse square on North East Street. There's lots of parking adjacent to the Market.
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What makes you respond as you do? What controls your thinking, your behavior? Have you ever gotten frustrated with yourself because you keep finding yourself back in the same place? Actually, there are many reasons for this. Our behavior, actions, thoughts, and feelings are often greatly influenced by the inner magnets that have been formed in us over our lifetime.
There is a saying which goes like this, ‘what we live with we learn, what we learn we practice, what we practice we become’. This is a stark reality. The Scriptures tell us that the sins of our parents can affect subsequent generations even up to ten generations. In the natural we know that when you go into a doctor’s office you are asked to give medical information on your family. Those in the medical field have come to realize that heredity has an impact on each individual’s health. Physical and spiritual magnets draw us towards particular outcomes. But can they be changed?
The question can they be changed, is no. You cannot change the inner magnets, but you can change your responses to them. In the physical sense you can change your lifestyle to help protect yourself from heredity issues. By being more aware of your ancestral history, you can do things that will tend to protect you by living a healthier life. The same is true for the spiritual.
If you are not sure what the generational sins might be start by taking a look at your family tree. A close look at your parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc. will give you a picture of what you may be dealing with in your own life and the life of your children. The next thing is to confess these on behalf of your ancestors and ask God to cut off any ties and or curses associated with them. Although we are not responsible for our parent’s sins, they will still affect us. Change in your life will start when you start to take control over it instead of allowing the inner magnets to be in control. Remember Christ came to set the captives free, free from those things that control them. Think about it.
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4-28/29 MOVING SALE, CONEVILLE, PA