At 10:45 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance & Medic 6 were dispatched to assist Coudersport Police at Sheetz for an unknown medical.
Saturday, March 19, 2016
At 10:28 PM on Saturday, Hilltop Fire Department was dispatched to the tank farm on Fairground Road for a possible hazmat situation.
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Coudersport Police have released details of a February 20, 2016 drug arrest when heroin was found in his car.
Daniel Thomas Moore, 24, was stopped at North Main & Seventh Streets in Coudersport Borough for a traffic violation. In the investigation, it was discovered that Moore had 28 bags of heroin and a syringe in his vehicle. He also had a one year old baby in a car seat in the car.
Moore was placed under arrest. He was transported to Cole Memorial for a blood draw which was positive for THC and Heroin. Criminal charges were placed by officer William Wenzel for:
Moore was arraigned before District Judge Annette Easton and committed to the Potter County Jail in lieu of $15,000 cash bail. A preliminary hearing is set for March 21, 2016.
Coudersport Police was assisted at the scene of the traffic stop by officers of the Eastern Drug Task Force.
UPDATE: Moore waived all charges over to criminal court. He is represented by Potter County Public Defender, Walter Stenach. Court documents indicate Moore remains in jail in lieu of bail.
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At 6:10 PM on Saturday, Horton Township Fire Dept. has been dispatched to a 2 vehicle accident at 3911 Shawmut Road in Horton Township.
Report initially denies any injuries on scene. Subsequently requesting EMS to evaluate an adult female & 2 children in this head-on crash.
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JOHNSONBURG — Two Elk County men are in Elk County Jail for allegedly conspiring to commit insurance fraud in regards to a November fire at 2130 Montmorenci Road in Ridgway.
Cody James Miller, 20, of 37 E. Cardott St., Ridgway, and James Allen Stafford, 28, of 59 Jefferson St., Byrnedale, were arraigned before District Judge James Martin in Johnsonburg Friday.
The fire took place around 11 p.m. Nov. 16 at the unoccupied home, which was owned by Miller. Police estimate the damage at the home at more than $100,000.
Police said Friday that the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Police also indicated “additional arrests are possible.” Read more......
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Friday, March 18, 2016 at 21:25, CFD was dispatched to a structure fire at a residence on West Shore Road in Cuba. Thirty-four CFD members including all three CFD chiefs responded upon dispatch as members were already at the hall for a fundraising event. Units included Cuba 1, 6, 7, and 9. Cuba 501 arrived on location reporting a working fire in a 20x30' cottage. Crews found a fire going up an exterior wall and extending into the attic of the structure. Other agencies on location included Friendship Fire, New Hudson Fire, Clarksville Volunteer Fire Company, Inc, Cuba Ambulance, Cuba PD, DC 2, FI 5, FI 13, and District 1 FAST Team. Clarksville Fire and Belfast Fire departments also established standby crews. No injuries were reported and the fire's cause has been ruled an electrical malfunction. All CFD units reported back in service around 23:45.
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|George Kirk Diem, Sr.|
George Kirk Diem, Sr., 91, of Gaines, PA, passed away Thursday, March 17, 2016 at Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport, PA.
Born October 12, 1924 in Coatesville, PA, he was a son of the late Charles and Nellie (Kirk) Diem. Mr. Diem was a 1942 graduate of Coatesville High School. He was married to the former Pearl Godra, who survives.
After the war, Mr. Diem worked as a General Foreman for Lukens Steel Company in Coatesville for 35 years, retiring in 1977. He was a Township Commissioner in Caln, a member of F & AM Lodge #383, a Life member of the V.F.W. Lodge #287, a member of the Moose Lodge #826, a Lifetime member of both the Thorndale Fire Company and the West End Fire Company in Coatesville. He greatly enjoyed woodworking, hunting, fly fishing and doing yard work.
Surviving in addition to his wife, Pearl Diem, are several nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, Mr. Diem was predeceased by a son, George Kirk Diem, Jr., 2 brothers, Temple and Norman Diem, and 3 sisters, Rhoda Roussey, Louisa Wilgis, and Minnie Roussey-Hallman.
Friends may call at the Hess Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Collins Chapel, Galeton, on Saturday, April 9, 2016 from 10:00-11:00am with a Memorial Service following at 11:00am. The Rev. Richard Tintle will officiate. Military Honors will be accorded by the Potter County Honor Guard. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Coatesville, PA.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
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DuBOIS – With her hand extended before her, fingers outstretched and spread apart, Melissa Woody asked a group of students from Penn State DuBois to replicate her gesture with their own hands.
"We are all five-fingered people," Woody said, demonstrating the equality in all people, regardless of ethnic background, religion, or financial status. "In Navajo tradition, we learn that we are all the same. We are all five-fingered people."
Woody, a Navajo woman with a passion for educating others about her culture, is the Navajo Nation site director for Amizade Global Service Learning. Amizade, based in Pittsburgh, is an organization dedicated to service learning and cultural education that brings volunteers together with opportunities such as those on the Navajo Nation. She accompanied students throughout the week during service and cultural learning experiences, and guided them on visits to landmarks such as the Grand Canyon and Newspaper Rock, and helped to organize educational lectures on Navajo culture, language and government.
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|Korean War Vet|
Richard F. Soules, 82, of Route 446, Eldred, PA passed away Thursday (March 17, 2016) at Sena Kean Manor following a brief illness.
Born Jan. 11, 1934, in Eldred, Pa., he was the son of John and Hazel Lamb Soules. On Oct. 28, 1989, he married Rose M. Vandermark, who survives.
Mr. Soules attended Eldred area schools and later joined the Navy in 1950. He served on the U.S.S. Missouri during the Korean War.
He lived in Colorado for 10 years before returning to the Eldred area in 1970. He owned and operated Dick’s Body and Fender Shop until August 2015.
He was a life member of VFW Post 2092 of Eldred, American Legion Post 887 of Eldred, and Northern Star Lodge No. 555 of Duke Center.
Surviving in addition to his wife are one daughter, Kathy (Greg) Bucher of Savona, N.Y.; one sister, Erma (Perry) Vandixon of Siloam Springs, Ark.; one grandson, one granddaughter, two great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his daughter, Debra Soules; four brothers, and three sisters.
At Mr. Soules’ request there will be no services held.
Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.
Online condolences may be made at www.framefuneralhome.com
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As summer approaches, millions of youth across the country will head off to a week or week(s) at summer camps, even youth here in Potter County. How do you make a meaningful and impactful difference in the lives of today’s youth? Try residential camp where teens and youth are immersed in positive activities and relationships and provide a great environment for building character, self-esteem and healthy life habits.
Like no other youth activity, camp has the ability to shape a young person’s future and to transform their life. Participants have the opportunity to take risks, learn to accept challenges, and to utilize their own untapped potential- skills that will help them succeed throughout the rest of their lives. Northwinds is a program youth want to attend because it is fun and it includes experiences not otherwise available to them.
Northwinds 4-H Camp is open to all youth ages 8-13 as of January 1. The camp is staffed by Extension Educators, volunteer leaders, and teen camp counselors. Camp week is June 28-July 1 and camp will be held at Denton Hill State Park here in Potter County. If interested please call the Potter County Extension at 814-274-8540. 4-H is an experience that needs to be shared with all!
Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
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Friday, March 18, 2016
Carolyn J. Staresina Burdick
CERES - Carolyn J. Staresina Burdick, of 9118 Route 417, Ceres, passed away Wednesday, (March 16, 2016) at her home after a short illness.
Born on Dec. 22, 1941, in Euclid, Ohio, she was the daughter of the late John and Mary Robinson Staresina.
On Feb. 5, 1995, in Ceres, she married Donald R. Burdick, who passed away Oct. 26, 2004.
A lifetime resident of Ceres, she was a graduate of Bolivar High School. Carolyn worked as a teacher’s aide in the Children’s Learning Center at The Rehabilitation Center in Olean, until her retirement.
Her passion was quilting.
Survivors include two daughters, Anita Marie Taylor of Olean and Diane (Terry) Bean of Shinglehouse, Pa.; a son, James (Gloria Ish) Taylor of Portage, Pa.; a stepson, Scott (Brenda) Burdick of Warsaw; eight grandchildren; several great-grandchildren, a brother, Stephen Staresina of Rochester, N.H.; and several nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her husband; a son, Stephen Eric Taylor; a stepson, Michael Burdick; and a grandson, Scott Allen Burdick.
Family will receive friends Saturday (March 19, 2016) at Guenther Funeral Home Inc., 51 S. Main St., Portville, from noon to 1 p.m., at which time funeral services will be held in the funeral home. Pastor Curt McDonald will officiate. Burial will be in Annin Creek Cemetery, Turtlepoint, Pa.
Memorials may be made to Kevin Guest House in Buffalo.
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George D. Cimino
George D. Cimino, 94, of Galeton, PA, died on Thursday, March 17, 2016 at Sweden Valley Manor, Coudersport, PA.
Born February 28, 1922 in Galeton, he was a son of the late Joseph and Rose (Cardman) Cimino.
George was a Veteran having served in the United States Army during WWII.
On May 8, 1948, in Galeton, he married the former Mamie Condino, who survives.
George worked for the Galeton Foundry, the B&O and W.A.G. Railroads, and was an inspector for PennDot.
He was a member of St. Bibiana Catholic Church in Galeton, a Lifetime member and a Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus, a Lifetime member and past Commander of the Galeton V.F.W. Post 6611, and a member of the Galeton Drill Team.
George enjoyed hunting, fishing, and tending to his vegetable garden.
When George was not to be found spending time with his family, they knew that he would most likely be at his second home, Longview Camp.
Surviving in addition to his wife, Mamie, are a son, Joseph (Sandra) Cimino, Galeton; a daughter, Rosemary (Lonnie) Bunch, Coudersport; a brother, Edward (Janice) Cimino, Galeton; three sisters, Margaret Collins, Patricia (Lloyd) Dugan and Cathy (Hugh) Smith, all of Galeton; a grandson, Joey Cimino; three granddaughters, Annemarie Bunch, Adriane Pierce, and Sarah Bunch; and several nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, George was preceded in death by six brothers, Joseph, Rocco, William, Paul and John Cimino; and four sisters, Mary Vanhoutte, Anita Karhan, Virginia Cowburn and Elizabeth Breunig.
Friends may call at the Hess Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Collins Chapel, Galeton, on Monday, March 21, 2016 from 6:00-8:00pm and on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 from 10:00-11:00am at the St. Bibiana Catholic Church, Galeton. A Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 11:00am with the Rev. Joseph Dougherty as Celebrant. Burial will be in West Hill Cemetery, Galeton.
Military Rites will be accorded by the Potter County Honor Guard.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Sweden Valley Manor or to the Goodyear Hose Company
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Meeting on Bridge Replacement Projects on Rt. 155 In McKean County Cancelled
(Clearfield, PA) A public meeting that was scheduled for March 24 at the Port Allegany Fire Department Banquet Hall to discuss bridge reconstruction on SR 155 has been cancelled.
The construction company that will do the work wants to take more time to develop and evaluate alternative plans for handling emergency vehicle traffic during the five weeks the bridges are scheduled to be closed.
Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners (PWKP), the company that will be replacing 17 McKean County bridges over the next two years, scheduled the meeting to provide information and get public input on three bridges planned for 2017 and one scheduled for this summer.
Organizers have now decided to postpone the meeting until a solution to getting emergency vehicles around the closure could be developed and explained to local residents and emergency responders.
All four of the bridges planned for discussion are along SR 155 from the Potter County line to north of Turtlepoint.
The bridge replacements are part of the Rapid Bridge Replacement Project, a Public-Private Partnership (P3) between PennDOT and Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners (PWKP) under which PWKP will finance, design, replace and maintain the bridges for 25 years.
As part of PWKP, Walsh/Granite JV will oversee construction. The P3 approach will allow PennDOT to replace the bridges more quickly while achieving significant savings and minimizing impact on motorists.
To see the bridges included in the statewide initiative and to learn more about the Rapid Bridge Replacement Project and P3 in Pennsylvania, visit www.P3forPA.pa.gov. Additional information on the project, the team and how to bid on the project can be found at www.PARapidBridges.com.
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WELLSBORO—Hamilton-Gibson Productions is looking for more people to participate in its summer musical “Oliver!”
“We are excited to announce that we’re presenting the show in the newly renovated Straughn Auditorium on the Mansfield University campus. It’s a huge space so we are able to cast a larger number of people than we usually can in smaller venues,” said Thomas Putnam, artistic director.
“Oliver!” features a large number of boys who are generally in the fourth through eighth grades. “We are looking for up to 40 boys for this show. They will play a wily band of pickpockets with Fagin as their ‘protector,” said Putnam.
In addition to the band of boys, there will be two major roles for boys who are fourth through eighth graders. One is Oliver, the title character, and the other is the mischievous Artful Dodger. All of the boys will sing and dance. Dodger is the most demanding role in terms of singing and dancing.
Auditions for the boys will be Friday, April 1 from 3:45 to 5:15 p.m. or Tuesday, April 5 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Warehouse Theatre at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro, right next to the Native Bagel.
For the audition, all boys are expected to learn a dance routine and the song “Consider Yourself.” This can be found via a YouTube link at hamitongibson.org.
Auditions for all other roles, including the adult chorus composed of high school students and older men and women and the principals will be at the Warehouse Theatre in Wellsboro on Sunday, April 3 at 6:30 p.m. and Wednesday, April 6 at 6:30 p.m.
The main speaking and singing roles include Nancy, Bill Sykes, Fagin, Mr. Bumble, Mr. and Mrs. Sowerberry, Widow Corney, Bet (teenage girl) and Mrs. Bedwin. There are other speaking roles.
Performances for "Oliver!" are Fridays and Saturdays, July 15 and 16 and July 22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, July 17 at 2:30 p.m. at Straughn Auditorium. Rehearsals in May and June will be in Wellsboro and in July will be in Mansfield.
For more information, call 570-724-2079 or visit hamiltongibson.org or Hamilton-Gibson Productions' Facebook page.
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|Kevin McKrell will perform March 26 in Wellsboro.|
Audiences warm up to McKrell right away. He has a devilish sense of humor, loves to tell stories about the songs he plays and invites the audience to sing along.
Joining McKrell on stage for the Deane Center concert will be renowned recording artist and percussionist Brian Melick and Adirondack fiddler Doug Moody. “I have been performing with these two for 25 years or more,” McKrell said.
Both Melick and Moody performed as members of The McKrells and are among the musicians featured on McKrell’s latest CD titled “I Wish I Had a Boat,” released on February 20, 2015. Melick is the percussionist on many of the songs and Moody plays fiddle on “Dublin Town.”
One of McKrell’s best-known songs, “All of the Hard Days are Gone” has been recorded by the Kingston Trio, Hair of the Dog and Wood’s Tea Company. Among the many others who have recorded or performed a McKrell song are The Furey Brothers and Davy Arthur, Seamus Kennedy, North Sea Gas, Bob Shane, and the Dublin City Ramblers.
McKrell, Davy McDonnell and Jeff Strange were the founding members of Donnybrook Fair, a Celtic folk trio that got its start in the 1980s in Albany, N.Y. Their 1982 album “Tunnel Tigers” remains a classic.
There had been many personnel changes by the time banjoist Chris Leske joined the group in 1991. It was briefly rechristened Hard Times and then became known as The McKrells, the first Celtic bluegrass band ever with McKrell and Craig Vance on guitar, Leske on banjo and Rick Bedrosian on bass. For 15 years, the band performed everywhere – in Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center, all over Ireland and Canada and at bluegrass festivals across the United States. Then, in 2006, the McKrells disbanded. “Everybody had a different idea about what they wanted to do in the future so we decided to call it quits,” McKrell said.
In 2011, both bands reunited. The McKrells, including McKrell, Leske, Vance, Doug Moody on fiddle and Johnny Cribs on bass performed in April in New York State at The Egg in Albany and The Towne Crier in Pawling. Donnybrook Fair with McKrell, McDonnell and Strange performed that August at the Irish Music Festival in Bennington, Vermont.
Tickets at the door for the March 26 concert will be $20 for adults and $5 for students with student ID cards. Children 12 and under accompanying a paying adult will be admitted free.
For information or tickets, call 570-724-6220 or visit www.wellsborocca.org.
Photo by Sue Jacobsen
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The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today released its own results from a water sample taken March 8 at Crystal Spring Water, a company that sells well water through vending machines in Adamstown, Berks County. The Department’s testing indicated a lead level of 1.8 parts per billion, within the acceptable maximum contaminant level of 5 ppb.
A routine test sample collected by Crystal Spring owner Lynn Rannels in September 2015 contained a lead level of 16 ppb. According to the Safe Drinking Water Act, DEP should have been notified DEP within 24 hours of receiving this test result and customers should have been notified within 30 days. Neither notification was given.
“There is no question that the initial water sample taken from the facility contained an elevated lead level,” said Lynn Langer, DEP South-central regional director. “DEP has verified the results of that initial test with the lab M. J. Reider Associates, Inc., which was chosen by the owner.”
“Crystal Spring has a permit to operate as a public water supply, and is bound by the same regulations by which all similar water supplies operate,” said Langer. “DEP took the proactive step of taking its own sample to protect the health and safety of the consumer.”
There are a total of 12 regulated vended public water supplies in Berks, Lancaster and Lebanon counties. There are no monitoring compliance issues at the other 11 locations.
A Notice of Violation was issued on February 19, asking Crystal Spring to take and submit to the department additional samples. On March 8, DEP issued an Order to Crystal Spring which required additional samples and results reported to DEP.
Certified lab results are considered valid until the next set of results are obtained. Crystal Springs will still be required to take quarterly samples for the next year to ensure the water is below actionable lead levels.
Infants and children who drink water containing lead in excess of the standard could experience delays in their physical or mental development. Adults who drink this water over many years could develop kidney problems or high blood pressure. Customers with specific health concerns should speak with their doctors.
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I have been trying to get Penndot to get Plank & Dodge Road in Shinglehouse resurfaced. Have emailed Senator Scarnati's office they told me to have anyone interested to email them at Albright@pasen.gov they will collect the names and send it Senator Scarnati.
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Temporary closures of Route 155 and Route 6 will be necessary for 2nd Superload Thursday
Port Allegany, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is alerting area motorists that Mammoet USA NE Corp. will transport a second transformer super load on Thursday, March 24 along Route 155 and Route 6 in the Port Allegany area.
The transformer will follow the same route as the first transport of March 17, traveling from a rail siding about two miles north of the SR 155 and SR 6 intersection near Port Allegany to the Pierce Brook Substation, located at 983 Pierce Brook Road in Keating Township. Weather permitting, the transport is expected to start around 9 A.M. and last as late as 5 P.M.
The transformer will travel south on Route 155 to Route 6, turning right onto Route 6 and then travel west on Route 6 until it reaches Pierce Brook Road. It will then travel north to the Pierce Brook Substation site. Route 155 will be closed from the rail siding to the Route 6 intersection. Once the super load is on Route 6, Route 155 will be opened and Route 6 will then be closed from Port Allegany to Pierce Brook Road. Routes 155 and 6 will not be closed at the same time.
The transformer will be transported on a dual-lane trailer that will take up both lanes of Route 155 and Route 6, requiring consecutive, full closures on Route 155 and Route 6.
Drivers should expect significant delays during the transport and are encouraged to find alternate routes through this area.
Roadway message boards will be in place prior to this activity to alert drivers of the coming closures and traffic delays. Pennsylvania State Police will accompany the transport to enhance safety.
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RacerMate Recalls CompuTrainer Blue Flywheels Due to Risk of Injury The blue flywheel can shatter while in use and throw metal pieces into the air.
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Roulette Township Residents
Just a friendly reminder that we will be holding our first bicentennial meeting at the fire hall, on Monday, March 21, 2016, at 6:30 p.m.
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USDA Consolidates and Streamlines Regulations for Pork and Thermally Processed, Commercially Sterile Meat and Poultry Products
FSIS is announcing a proposed rule that would consolidate and streamline existing regulations for meat and poultry products. The rule would eliminate redundant trichinae control requirements for pork and pork products and consolidate regulations for thermally processed, commercially sterile meat and poultry products.
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Due to unexpected circumstances, the Spring Bird Walk scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, March 19, has been cancelled. The Bird Walk will be rescheduled for Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM. Please meet in the Lake Day Use Area of Sinnemahoning State Park. Experienced birders and beginners are all welcome to join us! No pre-registration required. Call the park office at 814-647-8401 for more information.
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