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Saturday, April 22, 2017

DUI Charges Pending after Vehicle is stopped on Route 66, Wetmore Township


Simple Assault in Roulette, Pa


State Police Investigating Theft


Woman Charged with Retail Theft in Genesee, Pa


State Police make DUI Arrest on Route 6, Pike Township


Motorcyclist suffers Injuries in Crash on Back Rd, Homer Township


No Injuries for Driver when Water Truck veers off Highway in Myrtle, Pa


No Injuries in One vehicle accident on Clermont rd, Mckean County, Pa


Port Allegany, Pa Man charged with DUI


James City, Pa Man was arrested for DUI



Dalton Renn's Big Day Leads Panthers to a Split

By Scott Elliott
BRADFORD, Pa. - The Pitt-Bradford baseball team split an AMCC doubleheader with Mt. Aloysius Saturday, falling 4-3 in game one before bouncing back to win game two, 14-12.

Mt. Aloysius scored in each of the first three innings in game one to build a 3-1 lead it would not relinquish.

Austin Parent doubled to open the bottom of the fourth, and he scored on Kyle Hunt’s single to left field, narrowing the gap to 3-2. The Mounties’ Matthew McCourt connected for his league-leading 13th home run in the fifth to push the lead back to two.

Tim Brown led off the bottom of the seventh inning with a solo shot to left field, his third of the season, to trim the deficit to 4-3. Following a pair of groundouts, Brock Blovsky reached on an infield single, and Dalton Renn and Jay Clinger walked to load the bases. Parent grounded into a fielder’s choice in the next at bat to end the game.

Pitt-Bradford’s Ryan Boyer went six innings, allowing four runs, three earned, on nine hits. He walked three and struck out five while suffering his second straight loss. Nate Renick pitched a perfect seventh inning, and Clinger had two of the Panthers’ nine hits.

Pitt-Bradford jumped out to a 13-1 lead in game two and hung on for the victory, as the Mounties scored 11 runs in the final four innings.

The Panthers scored eight runs in the third inning, including a bases clearing triple by Renn and consecutive two-run doubles by Austin Hoggatt and Samuel Dreistadt. Parent added a run-scoring hit in the fourth, stretching his hitting streak to 13 games, and Brody Wood drove in two runs with a single to right field. The advantage stretched to 12 on Renn’s two-run double in the fifth.

Mt. Aloysius stormed back, scoring four runs in the sixth and another in the seventh to make it 13-6. Following a bases loaded walk in the eighth, the Mounties’ Kyle Droz uncorked a grand slam to pull the visitors within 13-11. Pitt-Bradford added an insurance run in its half of the inning after the Mounties’ catcher failed to properly step on home play during a force out attempt.

The Panthers’ Abe Frech walked the first batter of the ninth inning, and Andrew Bacha, who replaced Frech, yielded a single and a walk to load the bases. The freshman bounced back, though, retiring the next three batters in order to earn his first career save.

Matthew Hogue got the win despite allowing nine runs in 7.2 innings pitched, and Hunt went 3-4 with a RBI and a run. Renn finished the game with five RBIs, upping his team-leading total to 29.

Pitt-Bradford improves to 11-19 on the season and 6-6 in the AMCC. The Panthers will have the week off for finals before traveling to Penn State Altoona next Saturday.

La Roche Rallies Twice in Sweep of Softball

By Scott Elliott
BRADFORD, Pa. - La Roche swept the Pitt-Bradford softball team Saturday, snapping the Panthers’ eight-game winning streak. The Redhawks rallied to win game one, 6-3, and prevailed 6-2 in the nightcap.

Pitt-Bradford led 3-2 entering the top of the seventh inning in game one, but the Redhawks scored four runs, including a go-ahead two-run home run, to stun the Panthers.

Trailing 2-0 in the fifth, Pitt-Bradford rallied to tie the game on Grace Dadzaa’s RBI groundout and a La Roche two-out error. Lindsey Hull’s RBI sacrifice fly in the sixth gave the Panthers a 3-2 lead.

With one out in the seventh, La Roche’s Andie Lippman singled, and she scored on Kara Sainato’s double to left field. In the next at bat, Haley Lashinky connected for a two-run shot down the right field line. The Redhawks added another run, and Pitt-Bradford went 1-2-3 in its half of the inning.

Sam Hribal took the loss, allowing four runs, three earned, on eight hits in two innings of relief work. Morgan Bellush, who started for the Panthers, surrendered two runs, one earned, in five innings. She gave up eights hit and struck out four. Liz Dzurisin had two of Pitt-Bradford’s seven hits.

La Roche pulled away in game two with five runs in the later innings to win 6-2. Pitt-Bradford led 2-1 after three innings behind RBI singles from Hull and Madison East.

The first five batters for La Roche reached to open the fifth, leading to a pair of runs, and Shelby Oswald added a two-out run-scoring single. The Redhawks tacked on two more runs in the seventh, and Pitt-Bradford failed to mount a charge.

Cassidy Lewis allowed all six runs on 12 hits and two walks. Dadzaa led the Panthers with three hits.

Pitt-Bradford drops to 15-22 on the season and 7-9 in the AMCC. The Panthers wrap up the regular season next Saturday at Mt. Aloysius.

Angela K. Taylor-Law, 42, of 7196 Tibbetts Hill Rd., Friendship, NY

Angela K. Taylor-Law

Angela K. Taylor-Law, 42, of 7196 Tibbetts Hill Rd., Friendship, NY passed away Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at Strong Memorial Hospital.

She was born on August 10, 1974 and was the daughter of Randy Taylor and Kathi Langworthy. On December 28, 2014, in Friendship, she married Jon Law who survives.

Angel was a graduate of Hinsdale Central School Class of 1993.

She was a substitute teacher at Portville Central School for several years. She had also been employed by Andrews Auto Sales and Service in Eldred, Pa. for a number of years. 

She especially enjoyed traveling with her husband while he was working on the pipeline and the families that she met along the way. Angel enjoyed sewing, making wreaths, spending time with her children, and her fur baby and service dog Bay Bay.

Surviving are her father, Randy D. (Susan Edwards) Taylor of Cuba; her mother, Kathi Langworthy-Taylor of Portville; 3 daughters Lexi Wilson of Portville, Destiny Green of Shinglehouse, Kierra Green of Shinglehouse; 3 Stepchildren, Hailey Law, Maddison Law, and Mason Law all of Geneseo; a brother, Randy D. (Tori) Taylor, Jr. of Cuba, Several Nieces and Nephews.

Friends will be received at the Mark F. Rinker Funeral Home & Memorial Service, Inc., 9 Bull Street, Cuba, on Friday April 28, 2017 from 5-7 p.m. at which time a Memorial Service will be held. 

Memorials in Angel’s name may be made to the Allegany County Cancer Services, c/o Lori Ballengee, 100 South Highland Ave. Wellsville, NY 14895. 

Online expressions of sympathy may be sent at www.rinkerfuneralhome.com.

Friendship Dispatched To Fire Alarm At Head Start On Pennsylvania Avenue

At 8:11 PM on Saturday, Friendship Fire Department has been dispatched to a fire alarm at Friendship Head Start at 17 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Wellsville Ambulance To Evaluate Crash Victims In Willing

At 7:58 PM on Saturday, Wellsville Ambulance has been dispatched to Rt. 248 in Willing to evaluate 2 people involved in a motor vehicle crash.
8:02 PM--Wellsville Chief 2 requests one ambulance from Independence Rescue to scene.

Knoxville Dispatched To Wildfire

At 7:50 PM on Saturday, Knoxville has been dispatched to a wildfire.
RECALLED

Smethport Dispatched For Water Truck Accident On Route 6

At 7:07 PM on Saturday, Smethport Fire Dept. has been dispatched to Rt. 6 , just past Rt. 46 South, for a water truck off the roadway. Driver reports no injury. Truck is loaded with brine water. Reports no fluids leaking, but there is debris in the roadway. Use caution until responders get on scene.

Mt. Jewett Dispatched To Crash In ShurSave Parking Lot

At 4:23 PM on Saturday, Mt. Jewett Fire & Ambulance has been dispatched to a two vehicle crash in the ShurSave parking lot with one patient with difficulty breathing.
Chief 10--Hold in quarters except ambulance.

Clymer & Westfield Dispatched To 4 Wheeler Fire With Exposures

At 3:55 PM on Saturday, Clymer & Westfield Fire Depts. have been dispatched to a 4 wheeler on fire near a garage at 464 Jamison Road in Clymer Township.
4:09 PM--Westfield RECALLED.

Emporium Woman Didn't Pay For Merchandise

State police at Ridgway
Gant Daily
State police reported an incident of retail theft that occurred April 13 at the Wal-Mart Supercenter in St. Marys. During the incident, a 32-year-old Emporium woman allegedly removed $561.64 worth of merchandise from the store without paying for it.

Mt. Jewett Dispatched To Commercial Fire Alarm At Kinzua Bridge Visitors Center

At 3:19 PM on Saturday, Mt. Jewett Fire Dept. has been dispatched to the Kinzua Bridge on Lindholm Road for a commercial fire alarm.
Per Chief 10-10--Hold in quarters except squad.

Honors Convocation Recognizes Students, Faculty, Staff

DuBOIS - The 78th Annual Delta Mu Sigma Honors Convocation at Penn State DuBois recognized outstanding students, faculty, and staff members on Friday night in the campus' Hiller Auditorium. Awards at the Honors Convocation recognize students for a wide range of accomplishments, from academic excellence, to overcoming hardships to succeed. Members of the staff and faculty were celebrated for their commitment to supporting students and for their service to the campus and community. The event is organized each year by members of the Delta Mu Sigma Honors Society.
Delta Mu Sigma Chair Juliana Vokes opened the ceremony saying, "It's humbling to see all of the familiar faces here, knowing all of the hard work these students have put into our campus and our community. That also goes for the faculty and staff here tonight.

Delta Mu Sigma Honors Awards recipients for 2017 are:

Award Recipient
OT Academic Excellence Award…………………………………………… Victoria Calhoun
OT Student of the Year Award……………………………………………… Lisa Sargent
PTA Academic Excellence Award………………………………………….. Brendan Keegan
WLT Ag. Alumni Outstanding Student………………………………… Chelby Sherwood
Sherwood S. Stutz Award (Tech. competence)……………………. Alec Baker
David T. Wanless Award (Highest GPA)………………………………… Rob Krauss
Academic Excellence in Earth Science Award……………………….. Nichole Leigey
Academic Excellence in Mathematics Award……………………… Ethan Ambler
Women's Studies Award in Academic Excellence…………………. Tory Anderson
Academic Excellence in Human Development &……………………
Shalane Read
Family Studies, Baccalaureate Degree
Richard M. Smith Outstanding Senior Award in Business……… Melissa Chicola
Administration
Outstanding Junior Award in Business Administration………… Austin Sabatucci

Academic Excellence in Information, Science & Technology… Lars Nelson
Justin Smith
Academic Excellence in English…………………………………………… Cortney Hedlund

University Awards Recipient
President Sparks Award……………………………………………………….. Nicole M. Harker

President's Freshman Award………………………………………………… Jacob W. Chileski
Carter J. Lellock
Joelle Manners
Timothy Sutley
La Troy Thornton

Evan Pugh Scholar Award (Junior)……………………………………… Hunter A. Lydick
Julia L. Test


Scholastic Achievement Awards (DuBois)
Associate Freshmen…………………………………………………………….. Justin Fedder

Baccalaureate Freshmen……………………………………………………… Runzhao Xiao
Baccalaureate Sophomore…………………………………………………… Noah Gordon
Baccalaureate Upperclassman……………………………………………… Shalane Read

Recipient
Victoria Calhoun
Lisa Sargent
Brendan Keegan
Chelby Sherwood

Honors Program Students Alec Baker
Rob Krauss
Nichole Leigey
Ethan Ambler

Participants for two semesters Caitlyn Bumbarger
Cortney Hedlund
+ Outstanding coordinator for social events - Donna Morello
Cathy Provost
Lisa Sargent
Abbie Smith
+ Outstanding coordinator for the Spring field trip - Cintia Zwick
Tory Anderson
Shalane Read

Melissa Chicola

Austin Sabatucci
Participant for One Semester

Ethan Ambler
Alec Baker
Brandon Bennett
Lauren Decarli
Robert Krauss
+ Outstanding coordinator for the Spring field trip - Jennifer Lenze
Amber Metzger
Kayla Myers
Andrew Page
Hannah Pletcher
Mccabe Rakvin
Chelby Sherwood
Timothy Smith
Samantha Stahr
Megan Uncapher
Carter Wood
Runzhao Xiao

Lars Nelson
Justin Smith
Cortney Hedlund

Recipient
Nicole M. Harker

Jacob W. Chileski
Carter J. Lellock
Joelle Manners
Timothy Sutley
La Troy Thornton

Hunter A. Lydick
Julia L. Test

Special Awards
Special Awards
Excellence in Academic Advising……………………………………… Jackie Atkins
Walker Award…………………………………………………………………… Amber Metzger
Laurel Award…………………………………………………………………….. Juliane Vokes
Terry Hartman Community Service Award…………………………… Greg Myers
Students Choice Service Award……………………………………………. Karen Fuller
Tony Vallone
Student Affairs Award………………………………………………………….. Cortney Hedlund
Student Athlete Leader Award……………………………………………… Kristy Hanes
Delta Mu Sigma Staff Award………………………………………………… Anna Akintunde
Pennie Mowrey Memorial Award………………………………………… LaManda Perry
Delta Mu Sigma Award………………………………………………………… Juliana Lee Vokes
Burns Award………………………………………………………………………… Amber Metzger
Mansion Memorial Award……………………………………………………. Julie Shimmel

Delta Mu Sigma Honorary Membership………………………………. Charles Reynolds, Reynolds Financial Advisors
Justin Fedder
Susanne Waitkus Faculty Award…………………………………………… Laurie Breakey

Delta Mu Sigma Scholarship…………………………………………………….. Austin Miller
Runzhao Xiao

Delta Mu Sigma Chair Juliana Vokes welcomed students, faculty, staff, and family members to the 78th
Annual Honors Convocation.

Press Release By Blossburg Borough Police On Shooting At Bear A Bar On Main Streeet In Blossburg, PA


Annual Luncheon Brings Together Students with Those Who Help Make Education Possible

DuBOIS – Penn State students who have received scholarships to help cover the costs of their education this year had the chance to personally thank many of the people who made those scholarships possible on Thursday. The Annual Scholarship Luncheon, hosted at the DuBois Country Club by the Office of Development brings, together scholarship recipients with donors. Each year, donors and scholars alike are invited to the event to get to know one another. Donors get to see, first hand, the kind of impact they've had in the lives of students, and the students have the chance to explain how critical the scholarships have been in their educational pursuits.
"We have an opportunity today to express our gratitude to our donors and thank them for their generosity," said Chancellor M. Scott McBride during his opening remarks. He continued, telling donors, "This past academic year our campus awarded more than $423,000 in scholarships to nearly 280 students. That's an impact. I think you should congratulate yourself on that."

Additional speakers during the program included student scholarship recipients Julia Test and Julie Shimmel, as well as donors Joyce Fairman and Distinguished Professor of English Emeritus Richard Kopley.

The students offered a first-hand prospective on how much scholarships have impacted their lives, making education more accessible and affordable for them. Test said, "If it wasn't for our donors I wouldn't be able to come to school. These scholarships mean more than you can imagine. They have offered so much relief and allowed me to stay in school. I already work two part-time jobs while going to school. The scholarships allow me to focus more on studying. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for your generosity and support of our community and our school."

Shimmel offered a personal story of how receiving a scholarship helped make an education possible for her as an adult learner. She recalled, "It was the summer of 2014, just four weeks before I started college, and my husband's company closed its door."

Worried that without her husband's income, she would not be able to pay for college, Shimmel doubted she would be able to earn a degree. Then, she received a letter that informed her she was awarded a scholarship that would help cover her costs for education her first year. She continued to apply for and receive scholarships from then on. She said, "It was a letter that changed my college career. It relieved so much stress. I ended up completing my associate degree and returned for a bachelor's. It made my dream come true. Donors, thank you. You're not just giving a scholarship, you're giving peace of mind and security."

Fairman explained her personal motivation for giving from the donor perspective: remembering what it's like to be in a college student's shoes. "I grew up in the Pittsburgh area, of modest means, and was the first one in my family to want to go to college," Fairman said. "I didn't expect to last longer than a year. College was expensive, but I did it and I earned a degree. I got loans and scholarships and it helped me make that happen. The only thing separating me from you right now is about 40 years."

The greater than $420,000 in scholarships awarded each year at Penn State DuBois is done so through more than 50 individual scholarship funds, providing opportunity for aid for students in a multitude of majors.


Joyce Fairman, right, was among the donors who attended this year's scholarship luncheon. Fairman spoke during the luncheon, offering the donor's perspective, and is pictured here getting to know scholarship recipient Emily Gmerek.


SHCTC Metalworking Event

The students participating in the Metalworking program at the Seneca Highlands Career and Technical School recently held their annual metalworking derby. Each student, or pair of students, created a completely machined 4 pound car made of cold roll steel. The students were judged on the following categories: Fastest Car, Slowest Car, Best Design, and Wildest Car. The results of the competition are listed below.





RECALLS

Campbell Soup Company Recalls Chicken Soup Products Due to Misbranding and Undeclared Allergens
Campbell Soup Company, a Maxton, N.C. establishment, is recalling approximately 4,185 pounds of chicken soup products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens. The products contain milk, a known allergen, which is not declared on the product label.

PA Gas Drilling Permits Issued

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Gamble Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2017-04-17 00:00:00 to EXCO RESOURCES PA LLC for site CHAAPEL HOLLOW UNIT 7H in Gamble Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Mead Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2017-04-17 00:00:00 to SWEPI LP for site HOOK RUN 1417 6HM in Mead Twp township, Warren county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

LOCAL RESIDENT SHOT AT BLOSSBURG BAR; SHOOTER STILL AT LARGE

POLICE & EMS HAVE RESPONDED TO A SHOOTING IN BLOSSBURG; AVOID THIS AREA, THIS IS AN ACTIVE INCIDENT!!

At about 12:15 AM on Saturday, Police and EMS were dispatched to Blossburg near the old Borough Office for a shooting victim. This is an active incident. Avoid this area.
At 1:22 AM--The suspect is not in custody!

Spring Antique & Collectible Show & Sale Saturday & Sunday At PA Lumber Museum

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Pasta Party & Game Afrernoon At Shinglehouse Fire Dept. Benefits 2017 Fireworks Display


Howard's Husqvarna Has Over 100 Mowers To Choose From In Coudersport, PA

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Free Consultation--Science Based Slimming Doctor Guided Weight Loss Program Through Dr. Bruce Fink

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Potter County Democratic Party Reorganization Forum Tuesday, April 25th At Sweden Valley Inn

UGI Utilities, Inc. has a Union Apprentice Start position open

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James Young Can Help You Save On Insurance, Call Today For a Free Quote

Genesee Township: Miller and Luce were not elected

Genesee Township

We have a very important election coming up in Genesee Township on May 16. Here are some very interesting facts to consider:

Miller and Luce were not elected. They were appointed by previous Supervisors.

The Citizens have been overcharged in the past for Solid Waste services, and Luce and Miller have been repeatedly questioned about this overcharge. At an open meeting, Miller and Luce voted to continue to run Solid Waste for 2017 as they did in 2016. Last year, the township charged taxpayers $23,732.12 just for labor, plus $16,718.00 just for the use of the township pickup. (the Township could buy a new truck every two years at that rate on just what they make on Solid Waste, and in the end, Solid Waste has nothing to show for that outrageous amount of money). With the tipping fees at Gold, which is roughly $8,000.00 per year, the total from Miller and Luce runs around $48,000.00 for Solid Waste pickup.

An accounting furnished by taxpayers to the Township, shows that all garbage could be collected in accordance with our Solid Waste Ordinance for around $21,000.00 per year, still leaving around $5,000.00 surplus in ending balance. That means that you are being overcharged by $27,000.00 each year!

It is time we make a change and elect supervisors who will be responsible with our money. What happened in the past can't be changed, but you can change what happens in the future. Use your vote to tell Luce and Miller they've got to go.

(Paid for by friends of the candidates)

See Cub Cadet All-Around Strength At Moon's Farm Yard Center In Ulysses & Wellsboro

The spot is in Genesee Township, Potter County, Pennsylvania and is marked with the sign pictured above. The location itself is unremarkable. It’s not a big mountain, just a hill on the Allegheny Plateau near the New York state line. It’s not even the highest point in Pennsylvania, but it feeds water to three major North American rivers: the Mississippi, the St. Lawrence and the Susquehanna.

Whispering Evergreens Food Plots, Supplies & Services For You

Come & See The Creek Side Barn Venue At Open House On Saturday, April 29, 2017

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Birch Grove Mennonite Church Food Pantry To Hold First First Distribution Today From 9 to 11 AM

Gathered from the Grove Food Pantry, a mission of the Birch Grove Mennonite Church and Friends will open April 22nd from 9 - 11 a.m.for their first distribution. 

The church is located at 12 Knapp Road (corner of Knapp Road and Two Mile Road). Applicants must meet income eligibility requirements and participation is limited to residents of McKean County. 

Pictured are members of the committee Pastor Dale Detweiler, Dan Lindsay, Tammy Lindsay, Pat Woodard and Jane Althouse. Missing from the photo are Connie Benson and Danielle O’Rourke. 

The next monthly distribution will be May 13th. For more information, please contact Pastor Detweiler at 814-545-1266.

Friday, April 21, 2017

Free Public Concert Saturday At Galeton High School


Fox Twp & Huston Twp. Dispatched To Structure Fire

At 7:45 PM on Friday, Fox Township & Huston Township Fire Depts. have been dispatched to a structure fire on Flat Road in Huston Township. Caller reports a shed next to his garage.

Greening, Rinfrette Headline Pitt-Bradford Athletic Awards Banquet

By Scott Elliott
BRADFORD, Pa. - University of Pittsburgh at Bradford basketball players Evan Greening and Ali Rinfrette were honored at the annual awards banquet Friday as the 2016-17 Athletes and Scholar Athletes of the Year.

The banquet, hosted by Pitt-Bradford’s athletic department, was held in the Mukaiyama University Room to recognize students for their athletic and academic achievements.

In addition to honors for Greening and Rinfrette, baseball player Tyler Hoops and softball player Madison East were tabbed Rookies of the Year, and tennis players Maya Bingaman and Jacob Domes received the Triangle of Success award.

Greening, a senior, was named a HERO Sports second-team All-American and D3hoops.com All-Great Lakes Region second-team selection after leading the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference in scoring and rebounding for the second straight season. The Fredericksburg, Virginia, native broke the AMCC record for total rebounds in a season this year, finishing with 357 total boards, and ranked in the top five nationally in double-doubles, offensive rebounds per game and rebounds per game. A first-team All-AMCC pick, Greening finished his career with 1,885 points and 1,102 rebounds.

He represented Pitt-Bradford at the 2017 NCAA Men's Final Four® in Phoenix as a member of the 2017 Allstate NABC Good Works Team®, was one of 10 finalists for the 2017 Jostens Trophy and appeared on the Bevo Francis Award Top 100 Watch List.

Greening maintains a 3.5 GPA as a dual-major in history/political science and social studies education and is a member of Chi Alpha Sigma, the student-athlete honor society, and Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honor society.

Rinfrette, a junior, became the fourth Panther in women’s basketball history to be named the AMCC Player of the Year, and she is the first female to repeat as the department’s Athlete of the Year. The Bradford native ranked second in the AMCC in scoring at 21.6 points per game and led the conference in total points, field goals made, three-pointers made and three-point field goal percentage.

She broke several school records while leading the Panthers to 16 wins this year, including most points scored in a game (38) and three-pointers made in a game (8), and is the ninth Panther to reach the 1,000-point plateau. She enters her senior year needing just 96 points to break the school’s all-time scoring record. A nursing major, Rinfrette maintains a 3.9 GPA and is a three-time AMCC All-Academic selection.

Hoops, a freshman infielder, leads the Panther baseball team in batting average (.389), on-base percentage (.536), walks (22) and runs scored (26) and ranks among the AMCC leaders in all four categories. For the season, the Mendham, New Jersey, native has driven in 11 runs, stolen five bases and struck out only seven times in 72 at bats.

East, a freshman outfielder, leads the AMCC in runs batted in with 30 and is tied for second with three home runs. She also ranks fourth with 14 stolen bases. In conference play, the Milton native is hitting .396 with 10 extra base hits and 19 RBIs. On the season, she is hitting .387 and slugging .604.

Bingaman, a freshman, starred on the women’s tennis team in the fall and was among the team leaders in wins. The Stevens native has volunteered with Special Olympics, SPCA and BackPackular, and she spent her Spring Break helping build homes for Habitat for Humanity in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Bingaman is a student leader for TRIO, and the creator of the university’s popular social media feed, People of Pitt-Bradford, on Facebook and Instagram.

Domes, a junior, is a captain on the men’s tennis team and the founder and president of the Pitt-Bradford Health and Physical Education Club. The Springville, New York, native has volunteered with several organizations, including the Boys and Girls Club, Christian Youth Club, Relay for Life, the Tammy Gasper Memorial SB and Golf Tournament, and Special Olympics, and he maintains a 3.7 GPA in the classroom as a health and physical education major.

In addition to those receiving individual honors, 42 student-athletes were recognized for making the Dean’s list, 82 were honored for being named AMCC All-Academic, and 29 individuals were inducted in to Chi Alpha Sigma, the National Collegiate Athletic honor society. The volleyball team was honored for having the top GPA among all Panther sports teams.

Bob Edsall, 74, formerly of Dawson Street and Central Towers in Kane, PA

Bob Edsall

Bob Edsall, 74, formerly of Dawson Street and Central Towers in Kane, PA died Friday morning, April 21, 2017 at UPMC Kane.

Born April 25, 1942 in Kane, he was the son of Frederick and Hulda Peterson Edsall.

Bob had been employed by J.A. Bloomquist Gulf Distribution where he drove truck; he was a caretaker for Hannah Kane, and worked for Bentz Furniture, all in Kane. 

He was a member of the Kane Fish & Game Club.

Surviving are his sister, Donna E. Johnson of Kane, plus several cousins.

He was preceded in death, in addition to his parents, by a brother, Chuck Edsall and a sister in infancy.

There will be no visitation or service. Interment of his remains will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to a church or charity of the donor's choice.

Blessing of the Bike Sunday at Open Arms Community Church in Bradford, PA

A Blessing of the Bikes is scheduled at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at Open Arms Community Church in Bradford, PA.

A rain date for the Blessing of the Bikes is scheduled May 7 in Tionesta.

We are hoping to start a local chapter of the C.M.A. (Christian Motorcycle Association).

Lots & Lots of Cars To Choose From At Stoltz Cars On Beaver Drive In DuBois, PA

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Habitat For Humanity Yard Sale Every Saturday In Sweden Valley


Coudersport Dispatched For Automatic Alarm At Morgan AM & T

At 5:16 PM on Friday, Coudersport Fire Department has been dispatched to Morgan AM & T for an automatic fire alarm.
5:21 PM--RECALLED. False Alarm.

Coudersport Dispatched For Motorcycle Accident In Homer Township

At 4:53 PM on Friday, Coudersport Fire & Ambulance have been dispatched to the Back Road in Homer Township for a motorcycle accident with one person injured.

Coudersport Area Pool Fundraising update, 190 donors $117,404.00

Jim and Cynthia just want to give you a Pool update, 190 donors $117,404.00. 

We have also received additional pledges that have not been added to the total. We are still accepting donations and auction items for our up coming fundraiser May 13 th 5:30 @ the American Legion in Coudersport. 

Advanced tickets can be purchased downtown at various locations with this sign:


Thanks again to everyone involved in supporting the Pool.

Todd

Pancake Breakfast Benefit for John & Judy Turton Sunday At Hamilton's Maple Pancake House


OPERATOR WANTED FOR DINING ROOM AT POTTER COUNTY FAIR

The Potter County Fair is looking for someone to operate the dining hall during the fair. 

The fair will be held July 30 through August 5, 2017 at the fairgrounds in Millport. 

This would be a good fundraiser!! 

If any group or individual is interested, please call Marsha Prince 698-2368 for more details.

Fox Township Dispatched To Car Versus Motorcycle Crash

At 3:55 PM on Friday, Fox Township Fire & Ambulance have been dispatched to Old Kersey Road and Million Dollar Highway for a car versus motorcycle with one injury.

Growing Towards the Future by Bringing Generations Together At Seneca Highlands CTC


Students attending Health Assistants for a second year participate in a health occupation/A&P curriculum. The students have numerous opportunities to experience a variety of locations in the medical profession. This group of students had the unique opportunity to create a lesson to present to the Early Intervention preschool classroom located here at the Seneca Highlands Career & Technical Center. The students came to realize that there were varying ability levels and services which are within a classroom like this. At times, medical needs are apparent, as students may require a 1:1 nurse, so this could be a potential field to to implement the skills that they have learned.

The Health Occupation students worked as teams, AM and PM, to develop a lesson to present to the children. It was their responsibility to identify a theme, collaborate ideas, and then organize all that would be required for the presentation. Communication, cooperation, and compromise were huge factors in the success of the lesson. While in the classroom, the students used flexibility to adapt to the children’s needs and abilities. They were able to see the dynamics of the classroom “flow” and the accommodations that often need implemented. More importantly, it gave both the students and the children an opportunity to bond and develop the awareness of each other as we share one building! The children having the opportunity to be “pals” with the high school students and the students gaining a sensitivity and appreciation for these little ones. It opens the\ eyes to the fact that they are role models!

The Potter County Education Council has an opening for a part-time evening clerk

Immediate Vacancy Notice
Potter County Education Council

 The Potter County Education Council has an opening for a part-time evening clerk for our Port Allegany office. The position will be available early May through mid-August (about 5 hours per week). Additional hours may be available periodically when coverage is needed. A job description may be reviewed at the Potter County Education Council Offices at 5 Water Street in Coudersport or 219 Edison Bates Drive in Port Allegany or may be requested by calling 814-274-4877 or 814-545-1333.

Applicants must have a minimum of a high school diploma and preferably, appropriate work experience with Microsoft Office applications.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and three current (less than one-year-old) letters of reference to Executive Director, Potter County Education Council, P.O. Box 5, Coudersport, PA 16915.

Deadline for applications: Noon, Monday, May 1, 2017, E.O.E.

Warren Tornado Confirmed By Weather Service

US National Weather Service State College PA
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4/21/17 | 150PM: US National Weather Service State College PA in coordination with Warren County Emergency Management has confirmed an EF-0 tornado in Warren County, PA. The weak tornado briefly touched down about 2 miles NNW of Youngsville, PA. Damage from the tornado included approximately 25 downed/uprooted trees and roof damage to one home. For a full report go to: https://nwschat.weather.gov/p.php… Warren County, PA Fire & Emergency Services

PA CleanWays of McKean County Conducts Illegal Dump Clean Up


PA CleanWays of McKean County partnered with the McKean County Conservation District, McKean County Adult Probation, Otto Township, PennDOT, and Seneca Resources Corporation to complete an illegal dump clean up on Friday, April 21st. Ten volunteers removed approximately 1 ton of household garbage and 64 tires on Oil Valley Road in Otto Township. The next event for the organization will be an electronics collection at the Bradford Public Works Barn on June 23rd.

For more information, contact Justin Lund at jtlund@mckeancountypa.org or Heather McKean at hsmckean@mckeancountypa.org