CANANDAIGUA — A 25-year-old Webster man is in guarded condition at Strong Memorial Hospital after being struck by an SUV as he crossed State Route 364 in the town of Canandaigua.
Michael A. Winderl Jr., was crossing the road near Marvin Sands Drive when he was struck by a 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer operated by 28-year-old Chelsea D. Church of Eldred, Pa., according to Ontario County sheriff’s deputies.
Winderl suffered head injuries and was rendered unconscious at the scene, deputies said.
He was flown to Strong Memorial Hospital by Mercy Flight for treatment.
Saturday, June 25, 2016
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U.S. Cado Holdings, Inc. Recalls Imported Siluriformes Fish Products Distributed Without Meeting FSIS Requirements
U.S. Cado Holdings, Inc., a Santa Anna, Calif. establishment, is recalling approximately 2,235 pounds of imported, frozen Swai fillets products that were distributed into U.S. commerce without meeting federal importation requirements. This is an expansion of a June 20, 2016 recall to include additional products, production dates, and distribution area.
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At 6:27 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance & Olean 10 have been dispatched to 299 Kibbeville Road in Oswayo Township for a male who has fallen off a tractor in a field.
Chief 39 is requesting an engine to scene. Rescue is responding.
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Sharon E. JAYSON
Sharon E. JAYSON, 70, of Canastota, NY, died Thursday, June 23, 2016 in Oneida Healthcare Extended Care Facility, Oneida, NY.
Born July 6, 1945, in Wellsville, NY, she was the daughter of Stuart Lamont and Betty Jane Chaffee Williamson. A resident of Canastota for the past fifty-eight years, Sharon attended Canastota schools.
Prior to her retirement, due to a disability, Sharon was employed with the Die Molding Corporation for thirteen years. She was of the Baptist faith.
Surviving are: a daughter, Deanna Jayson of East Syracuse; five sons, Steve (Tami) Curtis of Oneida, Shannon (Teri) Curtis of Bridgeport, Dewayne (Theresa) Jayson of North Carolina, Danny Jayson of Munnsville and Derald (Julie) Jayson of Canastota; a sister, Beverly Lovett of Canastota; three brothers, Dick (Lena) Williamson of Mansfield, Ohio, Donald (Geraldine) Williamson of Oneida and Elden Williamson of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; nineteen grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Friends may call Wednesday, June 29, 2016 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM at the Campbell Dean Funeral Home, Canastota. A graveside service will be held 2:00 PM, Thursday, June 30, 2016 in the Mills Cemetery, Mills, PA. Local arrangements are entrusted to the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA. Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfuneralhome.com.
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Lane Restriction on Route 15 NB Just South of the Welcome Center in Tioga County Due To Second Crash
Montoursville – Motorists in Tioga County are advised there is a lane restriction on Route 15 northbound just south of the Welcome Center due to a crash involving multiple vehicles.
This crash occurred near a previous crash that closed down the passing lanes in both directions near the Welcome Center. Cleanup of that crash scene continues.
Motorists should be alert, slow down and drive with caution through the area.
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At 3:10 PM on Saturday, Highland Township has been advised of another accident. A motorcycle versus trailer near the parking lot of the Timberline Trail. Stat has been put on standby.
3:18 PM--Kane Fire Dept. dispatched to assist mutual aid.
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Mjoelnr Emmanuel Mayer
Mjoelnr Emmanuel Mayer, 21, of Poughkeepsie, NY, died on June 24, 2016 at the Williamsport Regional Hospital.
He was the husband of Channelle Brooke (Brostrom) Mayer, who survives. Mjoelnr was born June 7, 1995 in Plano, TX, the son of Molly and Richard Meddaugh, of Wellsboro.
Mjoelnr was passionate about cooking and wines. He was employed at Commander’s Place, New Orleans, LA; as well as the Penn Wells Hotel in Wellsboro. He accomplished his dream of making his hobbies his vocation and looked forward to becoming a Sommelier.
He enjoyed being in the outdoors, hiking, listening to music and driving his car.
In addition to his wife and parents, Mjoelnr is survived by his grandparents, Samuel and Cynthia Long of Wellsboro.
A memorial service for Mjoelnr will be held at the Wellsboro Bible Church, Saturday, July 2, 2016 at 11:00 AM, with Pastor T.J. Freeman officiating.
Local arrangements are being held by Tussey-Mosher Funeral, Ltd., 139 Main St., Wellsboro.
To share your fondest memories of Mjoelnr and sign his guestbook, visit www.tusseymosher.com
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wellsboro Bible Church, 45 East Ave., Wellsboro, PA 16901.
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At 2:34 PM on Saturday, Otto Township Ambulance, QRS 9, & Medic 1 dispatched to an ATV accident at Majestic Trails at the trail head. A 16 year old is injured.
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At 2:15 PM on Saturday, Highland Fire & EMS have been dispatched to the Timberline Trail for a ATV rollover accident. A 44 year old male is reported to be injured.
Kane Ambulance dispatched ALS. Transported to Kane Community hospital.
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At 2:13 PM on Saturday, Tioga, Lawrenceville & Mansfield have been dispatched to a second accident south of the welcome center on Rt. 15. 4 vehicles with possible entrapment reported.
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Motorists in Tioga County are advised that the passing lanes on Route 15 are closed in both directions near the Welcome Center due to a tractor-trailer crash.
The truck hit the median barrier and spilled its contents.
The lane closures will be in effect while workers clean up the crash scene.
Motorists should be alert and drive with caution through the area.
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Thank you for all the support, concern, and shares. Cooper was found this afternoon and unfortunately with a saddened heart I must share that he had been hit and did not survive. Rest easy Cooper, you are loved and will be missed.
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- Jacob Bennett, Middleburg, Snyder County. Assigned to Snyder, Union, Montour, and western Northumberland counties.
- Michael Blair, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. Assigned to southern Bucks County.
- Justin Boatwright, Muncy, Lycoming County. Assigned to Potter County.
- Matthew Colian, Cresson, Cambria County. Assigned to eastern Armstrong and Indiana counties.
- Thomas Csuri, Glen Rock, York County. Assigned to Clearfield County.
- Timothy Haas, Glenshaw, Allegheny County. Assigned to Lawrence and Butler counties.
- Nathan Hancock, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. Assigned to southern Montgomery and western Philadelphia counties.
- Chad Lauer, Jersey Shore, Lycoming County. Assigned to Tioga County.
- Troy Merrell, Shartlesville, Berks County. Assigned to Berks County.
- Travis Miller, New Ringgold, Schuylkill County. Assigned to Lehigh County.
- Jeremy Ney, Halifax, Dauphin County. Assigned to Franklin and eastern Fulton counties.
- Matthew Raetsch, Malvern, Chester County. Assigned to western Allegheny County.
- David Raulfs, Jr., Allentown, Lehigh County. Assigned to Washington County.
- Zachary Rudd, Bloomsburg, Columbia County. Assigned to Northampton County.
- Tyler Soety, Corry, Erie County. Assigned to eastern Erie County. WCO Soety also received the Edward W. Manhart Academic Achievement Award.
- Rachael Thurner-Diaz, Mechanicsburg, Cumberland County. Assigned to Adams and western York counties.
- Joseph Underdonk, Sr., Elizabethtown, Lancaster County. Assigned to Warren County.
- Daniel Wilson, Dravosburg, Allegheny County. Assigned to southern Westmoreland County.
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|Attending the ribbon-cutting were (from left): Chamber directors Britta Hooftallen and Sandy Kenyon, Mark Williams and wife Kathy, and Chamber director Susan Lemons.|
The ribbon was cut at Coudersport's Christ Episcopal Church in front of a Baldwin grand piano regularly maintained by Mr. Williams and by the climate control system he installed that helps keep it in tune as the seasons change. Special thanks to Mother Janis Yskamp for the use of the sanctuary for the ceremony.
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Montoursville – Motorists in Northumberland County are advised that Route 890 in Northumberland County is closed between Route 4016 (Plum Creek Road) and Route 4013 (Captain Bloom Road) in Rockefeller Township due to downed utility poles and wires caused by a vehicle crash.
The utility company is enroute to the scene. The road should remain closed for several hours.
A detour is in place using local roads.
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Check Out Neshaminy Creek Craft Beers At Hotel Crittenden's Wings & Strings Wednesday From 6 to 8 PM
The Hotel Crittenden is teaming up with Neshaminy Creek brewing and Midstate beverage to bring you a Neshaminy Creek Tap Takeover. Enjoy a large sampling of their amazing craft beers brewed right in Bucks County Pa.
Josh Wilson from Neshaminy Creek will be at the Hotel Crittenden during their weekly Wings and Strings, Wednesday, June 29th, 6-8pm.
Come out and sample some of bucks counties finest all while enjoying some great food and amazing music performed by singer songwriter Ade Adu. 6-9 pm.
As always we cant wait to see you !!!
Friday, June 24, 2016
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Sharon E. Williamson JAYSON
Sharon E. Williamson JAYSON, 70, of Canastota, NY, died Thursday, June 23, 2016 in Oneida Healthcare Extended Care Facility, Oneida, NY.
Arrangements will be announced by the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfuneralhome.com.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 24, 2016
Thompson Announces Grant for Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health
Washington, DC – U.S. Rep. Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson (PA-5) today announced the award of a $172,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration to the Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health, located on the University Park Campus of Penn State University. The funding will be used to continue the Office of Rural Health’s mission of strengthening health care delivery systems for rural health care providers across the commonwealth.
“Nearly 30 percent of Pennsylvanian’s reside in rural areas, which are significant distances from metropolitan hospitals. Through programming, education, and outreach the Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health helps smaller communities, like those throughout the 5th Congressional District, continue providing access to quality health care” said Thompson.
The Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health was founded in 1991 and provides expertise in the areas of rural health, agricultural health and safety, and community and economic development. Its activities include education, outreach, advocacy and special projects focused on small rural hospitals.
“We were so happy to receive news of this grant, which is essential to supporting the mission of the Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health,” said Director Lisa Davis. “We are proud to be a ‘one-stop-shop’ for rural health care needs, with services encompassing health care services, including assisting rural residents with health care options and transportation.”
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At 3:03 PM on Friday, Port Allegany Fire Dept. has been dispatched to the area of 723 Upper Grimes Road in Liberty Township for wires down in the roadway.
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|Photo of two computer information systems and technology students working in Pitt-Bradford’s new systems administration lab, where they can create a server set-up like one that would be used in a small business. Photo by Alan Hancock|
The areas, applications software development, cybersecurity and digital forensics, and systems and network administration, will be concentrations for students within the CIS&T major. With the addition of a few pre-requisite courses, each area can serve as a minor for students who are not majoring in CIS&T.
Dr. Shushan Zhao has been hired to direct the security and forensics concentration/minor. Zhao completed his doctoral degree at the School of Computer Science at the University of Windsor in Canada in 2012.
He has served as a lecturer at Bishop’s University and Vanier College, both of which are located in Montreal. Zhao also has rich experience in the telecommunications and software industry, having worked as a software developer at VMWare, Mitel, Ericsson and Nuance in Canada and Finland, where he earned his Master of Science degree in telecommunications software from Helsinki University of Technology.
His research interests are in the areas of computer networks, telecommunications systems, information security, theory and application of cryptography.
Current faculty members Don Lewicki, associate professor of business management, and Dr. Ken Wang, associate professor of computer information systems and technology, will oversee the other two areas.
Lewicki, who is also program director, said that the three areas chosen are expected to be among the fastest-growing occupations in Pennsylvania and have competitive starting salaries.
Having a complete minor on students’ transcripts will make them more marketable, Lewicki said. “Students have been clamoring for these.”
The applications software development minor will allow students to become a software programmer or developer. “This gives them additional depth” over the major alone, Lewicki said. “There are many jobs out there where you have to program.”
Cyber security and forensics are newer fields that are growing rapidly as companies realize that the possibility of a data breach is a huge liability. The digital forensics portion of the minor is expected to attract criminal justice as well as CIS&T majors.
Networking systems administration is for the behind-the-scenes people who keep all things technical up and running.
A new lab allows students in that program to build a small-business computer set-up in Advanced Systems Networking Practicum taught by Steve Ellison, technical analyst and instructor.
The new concentrations/minors, as well as the new lab, scholarships and a new summer program, are made possible through two $1 million gifts from President Emeritus Richard E. and Ruth McDowell and Zippo Manufacturing Co.
For more information on the programs, visit www.upb.pitt.edu/academicprograms/ or contact Lewicki at firstname.lastname@example.org or 814-362-0988.
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