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Saturday, January 14, 2017

State Police Investigating Incident On Whitetail Road In Ceres Township


BRADFORD COUNTY’S SHOEMAKERS PULL TO FARM CLASS FIRST AT 101ST PA FARM SHOW

 

The 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show: Our Commonwealth's Blue Ribbon Experience!
We've celebrated the diversity of agriculture in the Keystone State through the largest indoor agricultural event in the nation. Nearly 6,000 animals, 10,000 competitive exhibits and 300 commercial exhibitors were part of this 23-acre complex.

Results were available Monday on the Results section of the Farm Show website. Additional results added Saturday may not yet be hosted there. In that case, consult the 2017 FARM SHOW RESULTS press release. Please contact the Press Office for any assistance with finding results through this new system.


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01st Pennsylvania Farm Show Press Releases

2017 BEGINS A NEW CENTURY OF FARM SHOW TRADITIONS
Exhibitors and visitors from all corners of the Mid-Atlantic arrived in Pennsylvania’s capital city to experience the largest indoor agricultural event in the United States, the Pennsylvania Farm Show, in its 101st year. More than 16,400 competitive exhibits – including 3,134 competitive exhibitors and nearly 300 commercial exhibitors – were on display within the 24 acres spread throughout the complex’s 11 halls and three arenas. More...

MEAT BREED SHEEP CHAMPS HAIL FROM CHESTER, LANCASTER COUNTIES
At the end of the two-day Meat Breeding Sheep show on Saturday, Jan. 14, the Hampshire ram exhibited by Kyle Burrichter of Columbia, Lancaster Co., and the Suffolk ewe, exhibited by Kyle MacCauley of Atglen, Chester Co., were crowned supreme. More...

BRADFORD COUNTY’S SHOEMAKERS PULL TO FARM CLASS FIRST AT 101ST PA FARM SHOW

Dwight and Kris Shoemaker from Columbia Crossroads, Bradford Co., completed each weight with a full pull to drive themselves to first place

during the Farm Class Horse Pulling event at the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show. Their final pull was at 7,850 lbs., while their horses, Chubb and Barney, weighed in at 4,600 lbs. More...

BEDFORD, CUMBERLAND CO. WOOL SHEEP WIN BIG AT 101ST PENNSYLVANIA FARM SHOW
The Corriedale ram owned by Zachary Claycomb of Everett, Bedford County, was named Supreme Champion Wool Breed ram and the Natural Colored ewe owned by Karen Fleishell Fought was named Supreme Champion Wool Breed ewe of the Wool Breeding Sheep Show on Friday, January 13 at the 2017 Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg. More...

LANKEY AND REIGLE FAMILIES WIN BIG IN OPEN BOER GOAT SHOW
Alyvia Lankey from Everett, Bedford County took home both Champion and Reserve Champion Percentage Doe with SVSG’s A Little Bit Moody and SVSG’s Rock My World Lil Country Girl in the Open Boer Goat Show on Saturday, Jan. 14, at the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show. More... 

YORK COUNTY'S CECILIA BECOMES THE BEST DOE OF SHOW
SG Cedar-Creek Alfredeo Cecilia 2*, exhibited by Janice Kessler of Dover, York County won Best Doe of Show at the Open Dairy Goat Show on Friday, Jan. 13, at the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show. More...

Thank you for joining us.
It's been our pleasure to serve you through this week. We appreciate your patience, but, more importantly, we appreciate your support and coverage of your champions at this, our Commonwealth's Blue Ribbon Experience.

We're looking forward to seeing YOU at the 102nd PA Farm Show, January 6-13, 2018!

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  PHOTOS OF THE DAY  

Men's Swimming Beats Wells, Women Fall

By Scott Elliott
AURORA, N.Y. - The Pitt-Bradford swimming teams traveled to Wells Saturday for a non-conference matchup. The men won their second straight, defeating the Express 58-34, while the women lost 51-37.

The Panther men won eight of 11 total events, led by the trio of Nicholas Boyd, Lucas Cerchiaro and Carey Behm. All three swimmers were double-winners in the pool for Pitt-Bradford.

Boyd won the 100-yard butterfly and the 1,000-yard free, Cerchiaro took first in the 100-yard backstroke and 200-yard individual medley, and Behm finished tops in the 100-yard and 200-yard free swims.

Corey Koss captured first in the 50-yard free race, and the 200-yard medley relay team of Behm, Noah Frederick, Devyn Condon and Mitchell Smith won in 1:51.16.

On the women’s side, Elizabeth Prager and Jillian Wright each won a pair of events for the Panthers.

Prager took first in the 200-yard and 500-yard free races, and Wright was tops in the 100-yard breast and 200-yard individual medley. Rebecca Avery was the other winner, finishing first in the 1,000-yard free swim.

The 200-yard medley relay team of Prager, Wenjing Miao, Avery and Abigail Bradshaw finished second in a time of 2:14.19.

Pitt-Bradford swimming returns home next Saturday to host Alfred State in its final home meet of the year. The first race is set to start at 1 p.m.

Women's Bowling Competes at AMCC Round Robin Event

By Scott Elliott
BRADFORD, Pa. - The Pitt-Bradford women’s bowling team hosted the second AMCC round-robin event Saturday at Byllye Lanes.

The Panther women finished the day 1-3 overall, earning a win over Thiel and dropping matches to Mt. Aloysius, New Jersey City and Medaille. Pitt-Bradford finished the day third with 3,821 total pins fallen, behind Mt. Aloysius (4,416) and New Jersey City (3,768).

The Panthers defeated Thiel 782-664, led by Haley Ward’s 169. Erin Fagan rolled a 165, Brianna Saylor finished with a 158, Chelsea Greene totaled a 153, and Jenna Lofaro had a 137.

Pitt-Bradford and Medaille were tied at 807 total pins after 10 frames, but the Mavericks won the roll-off 95-75.

Fagan led the Panthers overall with a 166 average, including a score of 226 in the loss to Medaille. Ward had a five-game total of 158 to finish second behind Fagan.

Pitt-Bradford wraps up tournament play Sunday with Baker matches.

NCAA MBB DIII Score: Pitt-Bradford 83, Pitt-Greensburg 65

Pitt-Bradford Men Bounce Back, Down Bobcats

By Scott Elliott
GREENSBURG, Pa. - The Pitt-Bradford men’s basketball team bounced back Saturday, defeating Pitt-Greensburg 83-65 on the road.

The Panthers put Wednesday’s 23-point loss to Medaille behind them to win their fourth game in five tries. Pitt-Bradford struggled from the field against the Mavericks but shot 52 percent to down the Bobcats.

The Panthers went ahead for good on Jon Haenel’s three, 16-15, at the 12:44 mark of the first half, and they outscored the Bobcats 15-6 over the final eight minutes of the period to lead 42-29 at the break. Haenel had a pair of baskets to spark the run, and Manny Welch canned a three-pointer in the closing seconds to cap a half in which Pitt-Bradford hit six threes and shot 59 percent.

Fateem Brockington’s trey two minutes into the second half pushed the Panthers’ advantage to 18, and the Bobcats never threatened again.

Pitt-Bradford forced 20 turnovers, which led to 26 points, and outscored Pitt-Greensburg by 14 in the paint. The Panthers were 10-16 from the free throw line and hit seven threes in all. The Bobcats shot 42 from the floor and outrebound Pitt-Bradford by 36-34.

Evan Greening led all scorers with 28 points on 13-20 shooting, and he pulled down nine rebounds to narrowly miss out on his 13th double-double of the season. Welch finished with 13 points, and Fateem Brockington had a double-double of 11 points and 10 assists. Haenel added 11 points off the bench, and Sahlil Harris collected three steals.

Pitt-Bradford improves to 7-7 on the season and 5-4 in the AMCC. The Panthers return home Wednesday to host Hilbert.

PITT-BRADFORD (83)

Greening 13-2-4-28, Welch 5-0-0-13, Brockington 3-4-6-11, Haenel 4-2-2-11, Kelly-Perkins 3-0-0-9, Harris 2-2-2-7, Niedermeyer 1-0-2-2, Atkinson 1-0-0-2, Tennies 0-0-0-0, Kinsey 0-0-0-0, Sutton 0-0-0-0, Reigel 0-0-0-0, Ferguson 0-0-0-0. 33-10-16-83.

PITT-GREENSBURG (65)

Grubb 6-4-6-16, Mancini 4-0-1-11, Shields 4-0-0-10, Spaid 3-2-2-9, Bondi 4-0-0-9, Kingston 3-2-2-8, Burt 1-0-0-2, Know 0-0-0-0, Zeise 0-0-0-0. 25-8-11-65.

Halftime: Pitt-Bradford 42-29

3-Point FG's: Pitt-Bradford - Welch 3, Kelly-Perkins 1, Brockington 1, Harris 1, Haenel 1; Pitt-Greensburg Mancini 3, Shields 2, Spaid 1, Bondi 1.

Coudersport Ambulance To Ferd Road

At 5:40 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance & Medic 6 have been dispatched to a cardiac emergency on Ferd Road in Sweden Township.

Alma, Allentown & Wellsville Dispatched To One Vehicle Rollover Crash

At 4:45 PM on Saturday, Alma Fire Dept., Allentown EMS, & Wellsville ambulance have been dispatched to the area of 541 Alma Hill Road for a one vehicle rollover crash. 2 occupants are self extricated.

Portville Dispatched For Crash On Butternut Brook Road

At 4:30 PM on Saturday, Portville Fire Dept. & Ambulance with Olean 10 have been dispatched to Butternut Brook Road at the dead end for a one vehicle crash. Patients self extricated with unknown injuries.

NCAA DIII WBB Score: Pitt-Greensburg 75, Pitt-Bradford 64

Shooting Woes Continue for Panther Women

By Scott Elliott
GREENSBURG, Pa. - The Pitt-Bradford women’s basketball team’s shooting woes continued Saturday afternoon in a 75-64 loss to Pitt-Greensburg.

For the second straight game, the Panthers fell into a big hole and never climbed out of it despite forcing a season-high 33 turnovers. Pitt-Bradford shot 33 percent from the field and was just 5-23 behind the arc.

Tied at seven in the first quarter, Pitt-Greensburg outscored the Panthers 26-7 over the next 10 minutes, stretching into the second quarter, to build a commanding 19-point lead. During that span, Pitt-Bradford was 3-17 from the floor and committed four turnovers. The Panthers eventually trailed 39-21 at the break.

Pitt-Greensburg’s advantage grew to 23 in the third quarter, but nine straight points by the Panthers to end the frame trimmed the margin to 14 at 53-39.

Pitt-Bradford continued to make a late push in the final quarter, cutting the deficit to six with 1:45 remaining, but the Bobcats scored on consecutive possessions to seal the win. Pitt-Greensburg held off the Panthers’ by going 9-10 from the charity stripe over the final two minutes.

The Bobcats shot 46 percent from the field, hit 23 of 29 free throw attempts, and outrebounded the Panthers by 20. Pitt-Bradford went to the line just 16 times and surrendered 15 second-chance points.

Ali Rinfrette paced the offense with 21 points, Darien Lantz finished with 10, and Brittany Watts and Anna Colebert each had nine apiece. Kaserra Owens totaled eight rebounds and seven steals.

Pitt-Bradford, which has lost two straight, drops to 8-7 on the season and 6-3 in the AMCC. The Panthers host Hilbert Wednesday at 6 p.m. 

PITT-BRADFORD (64)
Rinfrette 9-1-1-21, Lantz 4-2-2-10, Watt 3-3-7-9, Colebert 3-0-0-9, Maciag 2-2-4-6, Isenberg 2-0-0-4, Stringer 1-1-2-2, Owens 1-0-0-2, Guengerich 0-0-0-0. 25-9-16-64.

PITT-GREENSBURG (75)

Oddis 12-10-12-36, Cole 8-3-3-19, Stuart 2-2-4-6, Baer 0-5-6-5, Hamilton 1-3-4-5, Murphy 2-0-0-4. 25-23-29-75.

Halftime: Pitt-Greensburg 39-21

3-Point FG's: Pitt-Bradford - Colebert 3, Rinfrette; Pitt-Greensburg - Oddis 2.

RECALLS

Olymel S.E.C./L.P. Recalls Pork Products Produced Without Benefit of InspectionOlymel S.E.C./ L.P., a Boucherville, Quebec, Canada establishment, is recalling approximately 1,124 pounds of pork ribs products because the products were repacked and distributed without the benefit of federal inspection.

Bolivar Dispatched For Outside Fire Near A Trailer

At 3:25 PM on Saturday, Bolivar Fire Dept. has been dispatched to an unattended outside fire near a blue trailer in Kossuth.
3:31 PM--Response cancelled by chief.

Olean Woman Arrested For Possession Of Controlled Substance

Yesterday at approximately 6:30 p.m. Olean Police Street Crimes unit members executed a search warrant at 305 Tompkins St. and arrested the resident, 28 year old Amber M. Hicks for Criminal Possession of a controlled substance in the 5th degree ( D Felony)and Obstruction of Governmental administration. Hicks possessed prescription pills that she is not prescribed and refused to comply with Officers during the Search warrant. Hicks was held in lock up until this morning when she was arraigned and released by the Judge.

PA Permit Violation Issued to Swepi Lp

PA Permit Violation Issued to Swepi Lp in Sullivan Twp, Tioga County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2017-01-10 to Swepi Lp in Sullivan Twp, Tioga county. 91.34(A) - ACTIVITIES UTILIZING POLLUTANTS - Failure to take necessary measures to prevent the substances from directly or indirectly reaching waters of this Commonwealth, through accident, carelessness, maliciousness, hazards of weather or from another cause.
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

Blossburg Dispatched For Land Rescue

At 11:09 AM on Saturday, Blossburg Fire Dept. has been dispatched to station for a land rescue.

HUNTER ACCIDENTALLY SHOT BY ANOTHER
FNN Breaking News Article (c) 2017

On Saturday, January 14, 2017, Blossburg fire crews and an ambulance unit were dispatched for a reported land rescue shortly after 11:00AM.

Blossburg Fire Chief Shawn Carey confirmed to FNN that one individual was accidentally shot in the leg by another member of a hunting party late Saturday morning in Morris Run, PA.

Although Life Flight 4 was dispatched and had landed at the Island Park in Blossburg, the flight crew never got out, but instead took back off within a few minutes. 

Chief Carey assured FNN that it was decided that the victim of the hunting accident should be transported by ambulance to the Williamsport Hospital for treatment.

The victim arrived at the Williamsport Hospital around 12:30PM according to sources.
Please remember to support you local fire and ambulance departments, as they are there for you when you need them most.

Ulysses Man Injured When Vehicle Hits Icy Patch & Overturned Into Trees


Driver Left Scene After Striking Porch & Parked Vehicle In Austin


Coudersport Ambulance To North Main Street

At 8:48 AM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to North Main Street for a man ill.

Bill Pekarski: Day 136, Living life on my terms

Bill Pekarski:

Day 136, Living life on my terms.


I was looking through some photos for inspiration today and I came across one of my favorites. It is a just a group of friends hanging outside on a beautiful day. They are all around 20 years old or so and the picture tells many stories.

The picture was taken outside of the music building at IUP. When the weather was nice, we used to take the lobby furniture out into the courtyard to get some fresh air. The group that is assembled in this photo is a mixture of music majors and several other fields of study, but all that matters is they are enjoying just hanging out.

Here is another observation; no one is looking at a cell phone or sending a text, they are living in the moment with the people who are around them at the time. This is something that the youth today seems to overlook. I would challenge anyone to watch a group of 3 or more kids, let’s say anywhere between 12 and 21 years old, and see how long it takes for someone to pull out a cell phone and look at it. I would even go so far as to say at least one of them will be holding a cell phone so they can respond immediately if it beeps or vibrates.

When you look at the photo, you could almost picture the group being from a television show like “Friends.” They are young, vibrant adults and seem like they don’t have a care in the world. As far as they are concerned these might be the best days of their lives. Actually, they probably are.

Another thing I like about this photo; it isn’t staged, it just happened that we were all around and someone had a camera. The moment is frozen in time and when we look back at it now, we remember what it felt like to be there. This is an area where cell phones are handy as they can take great pictures of moments like this. I just wish that people would take their pictures and then put it away. You can always post it later, enjoy the moment because believe me, there will come a day when you wish you had those few minutes back as opposed to spending extra time uploading and not paying attention.

Here is another thing to consider; there are no drugs or alcohol involved. I know I have a ton of stories about parties and the sort, but you don’t always need a beer in your hand to have a good time. The real truth is, we spent more time like this than anything. Additionally, drugs were never a part of this group; it is just not what we were about, thankfully.

I like to think that we were also a welcoming group. We didn’t shun anyone and it would have been possible to add another 10, 20, or even 30 people to this group in a matter of minutes.

We were also there for each other whenever needed. That is something that I don’t think will ever change. If someone in the group was hurting, you did everything within your power to help them and be that shoulder they needed to lean or cry on. That ideal is as important today as it was back then. Different people in the group have been known to drive great distances at a moment’s notice to be there for someone who is in need.

Sadly, I don’t get to see these people as often as I would like. When we do get together however, the conversation doesn’t stop and we could go on for hours. By the end it will feel like we were never even apart. It is a testament to true friendship.

So what am I trying to say? I guess I want to let young people know that just because you have access to instant technology and information, don’t let it get in the way of enjoying the company of others when you are together. Go ahead and take some photos, but then put the phone away. Make some memories that you can cherish, make your life extraordinary, and live in the moment.

Today I want to dedicate my progress to everyone pictured below. Take a look at it for a while and see what it makes you think about. If it brings up a memory, please comment and let me know about it. After all, the reason I write is to inspire and to remember.

Christian Modern Rock Band To Perform Sunday Evening At Open Arms Church In Bradford, PA


Experienced Snow Plow Driver / Equipment Operator Wanted

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West End Trailblazers Snowmobile Club 15th Annual Winterfest Set For January 28th In Roulette, PA

Recruitment Event For LPN's, RN's, CNA's & HHA's To Work In Coudersport, Emporium & Surrounding Areas

Quick Look At Burkhouse Auction Set For Jan. 15th In Bradford, Watch for UPDATES

Seneca Highlands IU #9 Has Several Positions Available


Cole Memorial Hospital Seeking Candidates For Certified Pharmacy Technician.

www.colememorial.org

Milker Wanted For AM or PM Shift At Four Winds Dairy In Ulysses, PA

Join Hamilton's Maple Products For Breakfast Saturdays & Sundays In Ulysses

Antiques Extravaganza Auction, Saturday, January 21st At Daniel A. Carter Auctions, Allegany, NY


Free Appraisals, Free Cash Offers At Antiques Road Show Purchasing & Appraisal Day Jan. 20th At Carter Auctions In Allegany, NY

The Northern Potter Health Center will open at 9:30 a.m. on Mondays for the remainder of January.


www.colememorial.org

Clelebration Of Life / Benefit For Roy Skaggs Sunday At Bradford Eagles Club


Friday, January 13, 2017

AGRICULTURE SECRETARY RUSSELL REDDING LEADS THE WAY AT CELEBRITY COW MILKING CONTEST AT 101ST PA FARM SHOW

 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - January 13, 2017
Contact: Will Nichols, 717-787-5085
The 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show: Our Commonwealth's Blue Ribbon Experience!
We're celebrating the diversity of agriculture in the Keystone State through the largest indoor agricultural event in the nation. Nearly 6.000 animals, 10,000 competitive exhibits and 300 commercial exhibitors have been part of this 23-acre complex for the past nine days.

Results were available Monday on the Results section of the Farm Show website. Please contact the Press Office for any assistance with finding results through this new system.


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01st Pennsylvania Farm Show Press Releases

BERKS COUNTY JERSEY TAKES SUPREME IN OPEN DAIRY SHOW
Andrew Youker from Fleetwood, Berks Co. and his five-year-old Jersey cow, Milk & Honey Minister Shirley, had a memorable first trip to the Pennsylvania Farm Show. Milk & Honey was named Supreme Champion Dairy Cow. More...

IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE HISTORY, FARM PRESERVATION HIGHLIGHTED DURING CENTURY, BICENTENNIAL FARM AWARDS
Pennsylvania’s rich agricultural heritage took the spotlight Friday when Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding recognized four Pennsylvania families for their contributions to the commonwealth’s agriculture industry during the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show: Our Commonwealth’s Blue Ribbon Experience. More...

AGRICULTURE SECRETARY RUSSELL REDDING LEADS THE WAY AT CELEBRITY COW MILKING CONTEST AT 101ST PA FARM SHOW

Twenty local celebrities gathered around the milking stool for the Celebrity Cow Milking Contest on Friday, Jan. 13, at the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg. More... 

LEHIGH COUNTY WOMAN BRINGS HOME THE STICKY BUN BLUE RIBBON
Bakers from across the commonwealth showed off their sticky bun baking skills to Farm Show judges as they participated in the Sticky Bun Contest on Friday, Jan. 13, at the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show. Lorrie Rauch of Allentown, Lehigh County was awarded sticky bun champion honors this year after “baking from eight am to two pm.” More...

DAIRY EXHIBITORS COMPETE IN 2016 SHOWMANSHIP CONTEST
FFA and 4-H junior exhibitors went head to head, demonstrating their presentation skills in the Junior Dairy Showmanship Contest on Friday, January 14 at the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg. More...


Saturday at the PA Farm Show
Tomorrow is your last chance to visit the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show. 

Check out the livestock judging, including sheep judging in the Small Arena, Boer Goat judging in the North West Hall, Horse Pulls in the New Holland Arena, and the Pennsylvania Equine Showcase in the Equine Arena. The Great Ice Cream Scooper Challenge starts at 1:00 p.m. at the Culinary Connection Stage located in the main hall.

Start your day at 8:30 a.m., with an Antique Tractor Restoration Presentation at the Lancaster Farming Stage located behind the Food Court.  And plan to end the day at the PRCA Circuit Finals Rodeo, beginning in the New Holland Arena at 5:00 p.m.

In between, at the Culinary Connection Stage in the main hall, it is Dairy Day! The Great Ice Cream Scooper Challenge starts at 1:00 p.m. at the Culinary Connection Stage. Come see and sample from a series of cooking demonstrations at the Culinary Connection Stage, featuring Jason Clark at 11 a.m., Tina Jackson at noon, Christopher Mohr at 2 pm, and Jason Viscount at 3 pm. The final Cooking Demonstration of the 2017 Farm Show will begin at 4:00 p.m. with Chad Brumbaugh.

Don’t miss your last chance to take in a short class – or a half dozen short classes – at the Farm Show’s new educational sensation: the AG 101 experience! Modern Agriculture Production takes the stage first, with sessions beginning at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., and then again at 1 p.m.  For all things barns, visit the AG 101 sessions at noon the grand finale at 2 p.m.

Need your apple a day? Don’t leave the Farm Show without attending the apple auction at 3 pm in the main hall! This popular event gives Farm Show fans a chance to buy Pennsylvania apples by the bag, just like at the farmers market. These apples are sweet and crispy, so take some home to eat or bake.

We’re looking forward to having YOU help send off the 2017 Pennsylvania Farm Show with a bang!


We're looking forward to seeing YOU at the 2017 PA Farm Show!

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  PHOTOS OF THE DAY  

PA Permit Violation Issued

PA Permit Violation Issued to Enervest Opr Llc in Lafayette Twp, McKean CountyEnvironmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2017-01-11 to Enervest Opr Llc in Lafayette Twp, McKean county. 78.54 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS - Operator failed to control and dispose of fluids, residual waste and drill cuttings, including tophole water, brines, drilling fluids, drilling muds, stimulation fluids, well servicing fluids, oil, and production fluids in a manner that prevents pollution of the waters of the Commonwealth.

Police Say Austin Woman Was Impaired


Flood Warning

Alert:

...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in
Pennsylvania... 

Conewango Creek At Russell
The Flood Warning continues for
The Conewango Creek At Russell.

* FROM SATURDAY EVENING TO MONDAY AFTERNOON...Or until the warning is cancelled.

* At 8 PM Friday the stage was 8.6 feet and rising.

* Flood stage is 9.0 feet.

* Minor flooding is forecast.

* The river is forecast to rise above flood stage by tomorrow evening
and crest near 9.1 feet by Sunday morning.the river will fall below
flood stage by Monday morning.

* At 9.0 feet...A number of homes on the right, or west bank are
affected by high water.
&&

Instructions: Safety message...Never drive cars through flooded areas!! The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Most deaths that occur during flooding are related to vehicles trying to cross flooded roadways. An update to this product will be issued Saturday morning.

Target Area:
Warren

Found dog up Annin Creek, Turtlepoint, Pa


 





Friendly male black lab 

Owner is on his way to pick up the dog. 

Mt. Jewett Dispatched To Crash On Lindholm Road

At 6:49 PM on Friday, Mt. Jewett has been dispatched to Lindholm Road for a one vehicle crash. This is near the entrance to the Kinzua Bridge. Vehicle is over the embankment into a tree with 2 patients, one has a leg injury.
7:21 PM--Mercy Flight 8 is en route to a landing zone at Kinzua Bridge State Park.

Ulysses Dispatched To Outside Woodburner Fire

At 5:50 PM on Friday, Ulysses Fire Department has been dispatched to an outside woodburner fire. Unable to understand location.
Location, Carpenter Shop on Rt 49 West. Ulysses

Allegany River Has Crested At Port Allegany

The Allegheny River at Port Allegany has crested at 11.67 feet at about 3 PM on Friday, January 13th.

Galeton Library Board of Directors 2017

Front Row L-R: Debbie Paul, Beth Loundsbury, Leslie " Rabbit" Jensen, Darlene Jackson (Library Director)
Back Row L-R: Sue Miller, Rebecca Brown, Renee Kratz, Karen Werner, Ernestine Lovell. (Absent, Jean Hess)
The 2017 Board of Directors for the Galeton Public Library met for the new year this week. The Board is excited to embrace the Pennsylvania Library Association's 21st Century Literacies Initiative, PA Forward, to bring exciting programs and events, and quality service to Galeton and surrounding communities.

Rew, Otto & Derrick City Dispatched To House Fire On Garlock Hollow

At 5:19 PM on Friday, Rew, Otto Township, Derrick City Fire Dept. & Bradford Ambulance dispatched to 56 Garlock Hollow for a residential house fire.
Chief 8--Hold in quarters except Station 8 units.

Ischua Dispatched To One Vehicle Crash On Rt. 446

At 4:34 PM on Friday, Ischua Fire & Ambulance with Olean 10 dispatched to West Shore Road & Rt. 446 for a one vehicle crash.

S. W. Smith Library In Port Allegany Seeking Part-Time Youth Services Librarian


St. Marys Fire Dept. Dispatched To Eagles Club

At 4:07 PM on Friday, St. Marys Fire Dept. has been dispatched to an activated Fire Alarm at the Eagles Club in the kitchen area at 1011 Trout Run Road.

4:11 PM--Alarm Company Called back--False activation.

No Injuries In School Bus / Passenger Car Accident On Rt. 219

At 3:33 PM on Friday, Bradford Township Fire Dept. & Bradford ambulance were dispatched to a passenger car, school bus accident at West Warren Road & Rt. 219. This is a rear end accident. There are no injuries. There are no students on the bus. The car is stuck under the rear of the school bus.

Summer In January At Nanipops For 2 Days Only, Friday & Sat. 2 to 8 PM

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Friday, January 13, 2017
The latest news from the State Capitol 
                                   
 
Changes - Under a new law aimed at improving customer convenience, consumers will be able to buy six-packs and refillable growlers at the state’s beer distributorships starting this Saturday.

The law also allows retail licensees to start selling on Sundays at 9 a.m. instead of 11 a.m.; permits a person licensed by another state to apply for a “malt or brewed beverage shipper license,” which allows the direct shipment of up to 192 fluid ounces of beer to be delivered to a customer per month, though only 96 fluid ounces of a specific brand of beer may be shipped per year to an adult resident; and allows liquor to be sold (in shatterproof containers) before, during and after professional and amateur athletic events in the same manner that is currently permitted for the sale of malt or brewed beverages.

The new law is the latest in a series of steps taken by lawmakers to make beer, wine and liquor sales more convenient to consumers. Among the most changes was allowing the sale of wine at approved grocery stores.
                                                       
                          
 
Investments In Our Communities - The City of DuBois has received $700,000 in federal money to extend the walkway and provide bus pull off areas along Beaver Drive in the Industrial Park. The funds are derived from Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21), which was created to build on many of the highway, transit, bike, and pedestrian programs and policies established in 1991.
                                    
                                           
 
Help with Home Energy Bills - Residents who are struggling with their home heating bills can apply for assistance from the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) this winter.

LIHEAP is a federally funded program that helps individuals and families pay their heating bills through home heating energy assistance grants. It also provides crisis grants to help in the event of an emergency or if a resident is in danger of losing his or her heat due to broken equipment, lack of fuel or termination of utility service.

The income eligibility guidelines for LIHEAP are set at 150 percent of the federal poverty level income. For an individual, the income limit is $17,820; for a couple, the limit is $24,030; and for a family of four, it is $36,450.

Residents may apply for LIHEAP online or by contacting the County Assistance Office in their county of residence. Click here for details.
                                    
                           
 
Attention Hunters - The Pennsylvania Game Commission is hosting a two-day hunter training course on Monday, April 3, and Tuesday, April 11, at the Kane Fish and Game Sportsman's Club, Dwight Road, Kane. The course is required by law for all first-time hunters and trappers before they can purchase a license.

If you are interested in registering for the class, please click here.
                                   
                                     
 
 
On Wednesday, I competed in the VIP Dairy Showmanship Competition at the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show. I spent an enjoyable evening spent with Gabrielle, a three-year-old Junior Brown Swiss from Hostetter Dairy in Somerset County.

While we didn’t win the competition, we had a great time getting to know each other.