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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Ousted DEP boss John Quigley got railroaded: Jan Jarrett

PennLive Op-Ed By PennLive Op-Ed

John Quigley

By Jan Jarrett

The truth never got its pants on

There's a famous quote variously attributed to either Mark Twain or Winston Churchill to wit: A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth gets its pants on.

Right now, no one knows that better than John Quigley who resigned as Department of Environmental Protection Secretary on Friday.

Full disclosure – John is a friend of mine. I worked with him at PennFuture and we collaborated on several projects as independent consultants. I have known and admired him and his work for more than a decade.
Pennsylvania lost a courageous, principled public servant.

Quigley is smart, courageous, forthright, fair and pragmatic. He adheres to no straitjacket ideology, and makes decisions based on facts.

He is a skilled administrator committed to serving the interests of the public. He makes himself accessible and understands that transparency in the workings of government is the best way to combat public cynicism and build public trust. He is, in short, an excellent public servant.

Quigley was brought down by a vicious, successful smear campaign aided by shoddy reporting of half-truths and outright lies that journalists did not bother to verify.

The smear was orchestrated by Sen. John Yudichak, D-Luzerne, who was attempting to divert public attention away from his votes to kill regulations that strengthen and modernize oversight of gas drilling and his vote to block Pennsylvania's Clean Power Plan to reduce carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants.

The kernel of truth at the center of the smear is that after the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee overwhelmingly approved the bills to undermine environmental protections, Quigley sent a blunt email to environmental advocates urging them to step up their efforts to support the new gas drilling regulations and the Clean Power Plan.

Lies and innuendo then got layered around that kernel portraying Quigley as personally directing a campaign to inform Yudichak's constituents of his anti-environmental votes.

When contacted by reporters environmental organizations attempted to set the record straight, but their truthful assertions that Quigley had no role in the public education campaign informing Yudichak's voters of his actions were characterized by the press as "denials."

Classic.

Patrick McDonnell will step in as Acting Secretary.

Stories containing the false allegations citing "unnamed sources" jumped from newspaper to newspaper like a wildfire jumping fire lines. The heat became too intense, and Quigley burned at the stake.

Yudichak, along with too many of our legislators, has been herded by the gas drillers onto a protect-gas-drilling-at-all-costs reservation.

The senator, savoring his victory, said that "...Quigley was simply off the reservation."

With Quigley gone, he now expects DEP to be more reasonable in its regulation of the gas drillers.

Pennsylvania lost a courageous, principled public servant.

And we'll now get gas drilling regulations that the drillers approve. The rest of us will just have to live with them.

A veteran environmental activist and former head of PennFuture, Jan Jarrett writes from Harrisburg.

Kelilah "Gracie" Ebert, 13, of Beers Hollow Road, Eldred, PA

Kelilah "Gracie" Ebert
Kelilah "Gracie" Ebert

Kelilah "Gracie" Ebert, 13, of Beers Hollow Road, Eldred, PA, went to be with the Lord on Saturday (May 21, 2016) at Cole Memorial Hospital in Coudersport following a long, courageous battle with cancer.

Born Sept. 11, 2002, in North Charleston, S.C., she was a daughter of Charles C. and Mikki R. Lasher Ebert.

Gracie attended Otto-Eldred schools, where she played drums in the concert band and had also played basketball.

She was a member of the First Church of God in Eldred.

Gracie was a "Whovian," she enjoyed watching TV, especially mysteries and the SyFy Channel. She also enjoyed reading, drawing, painting and playing Xbox games. She loved spending time with her family and her dog, "Rocky."

Surviving, in addition to her parents of Eldred, are two brothers, Marshall and Adrian Ebert, both at home; her maternal grandparents, Richard and Cindy Lasher of Port Allegany; her maternal great-grandfather, Eugene (Carol) Frost of Port Allegany; as well as several aunts, uncles and cousins; and her special friends, Sarah Kusar, Hunter Waide and Kaya Smeltzer. She also leaves behind her dog, "Rocky."

She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Linda and Charles Ebert; and her maternal grandmother, Evelyn Bhe; and her Uncle Marshall Lasher.

Friends may call at the First Church of God, Eldred, from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday and on Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m., at which time funeral services will be held with the Rev. Jim Kazimer, pastor of the church, officiating. Burial will follow in Rosehill Cemetery in Smethport.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Frame Funeral Home, Eldred.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Otto-Eldred Music Boosters or Otto-Eldred High School Library.

Online condolences may be made at www.framefuneralhome.com.

Roger Gartside, 86, of Charleston, SC, A Former Coudersport, PA Resident

Roger Gartside

Roger Gartside, age 86, formerly of the Pittsburgh area, passed away on May 21, 2016 in Charleston, SC. Son of the late Henry and Virginia Gartside

Husband of Dolores. Father of Christine (Keith) Cameron, Michael (Carol) Gartside, John (Cathy), and Mary Kay (Jim) Tappe.

Grandfather of 12; Step-grandfather of 3; Great-grandfather of 8, with one on the way.

Born in York, PA, Roger was an expert on the Gettysburg Battle with a vast knowledge of U.S. History. 

He worked for Panier Corporation for 30 years as Vice President of engineering, retiring to Coudersport, PA. While there, he was instrumental in resurrecting the Aboretum. Roger was proud to be the president of the “Bakers Hollow Road” association. 

Mr. Gartside was very active in The Boy Scouts of America for 25 years. While serving as scout master he was honored to assist 25 young men in earning their Eagle Scout rank. 

Korean War Veteran
Roger proudly served in the USArmy from 1952 to 1954 during the Korean Conflict, proudly serving in the Counter-Intelligence Corps stationed for 18 months in Stuttgart, Germany.

Visitation with his family Friday 6-8 PM at Neely Funeral Home, 2208 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw, PA

Funeral Mass Saturday 10 A.M. St. Bonaventure Church

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Gettysburg Battlefield Fund, P.O. Box 4629, Gettysburg, PA 17325

Coudersport Ambulance To Maple View Lane

At 2:49 AM on Tuesday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to Maple View Lane for a Lift Assist.

Coudersport Ambulance To Rt. 44 North In Hebron Township

At 2:21 AM on Tuesday, Coudersport Ambulance & Medic 6 have been dispatched to Rt. 44 North for a medical emergency.
 

Coudersport Ambulance To Eulalia Street

At 1:36 AM on Tuesday, Coudersport Ambulance & Medic 6 have been dispatched to Eulalia Street for a medical emergency.

Potter County Wilds Gift Shop Opening Friday, May 27th For The 2016 Season


Bolivar, Richburg Dispatched For Vehicle Fire

At 1:00 AM on Tuesday, Bolivar & Richburg Fire Departments have been dispatched to Drum Road at intersection with Dimmick Road for a vehicle fire.
1:20 AM--Report fully involved fire under control.

PSA Healthcare Has Openings For RN's, LPN's & CNA's In Bradford, Roulette, Wellsboro, Rew, Ulysses, Emporium, Warren, Kane, Kersey, Force, St. Marys, Smethport, Eldred & Duke Center

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Shinglehouse Ambulance Dispatched For Accident Victim


At 12:45 AM on Tuesday, Shinglehouse Ambulance has been dispatched to Rt. 44 in Sharon Township near the Wiley Farm for a girl walking along the roadway who is a victim of a motor vehicle accident.

5-29/30 Hebron Community Yard Sale

Estate Auction June 4, 2016 On Main Street In Sinnemahoning, PA

Experienced Dietary Aide Needed At Sweden Valley Manor In Coudersport

www.swedenvalleymanor.com

The amazing ice is back! Coudersport Ice Mine & Gift shop will open on Friday, May 27th.



Potter County Accepting Applications For Full-Time and Part-Time Corrections Officers

Tenative Roulette Bicentennial Schedule Revealed







Roulette Township Bicentennial Facebook Page

REMINDER
Bicentennial meeting tonight, Tuesday, May 24. It again will be held at the township office at 6:30 p.m.

J Squared In Roulette Offers Transmission, Drive Line Rebuilds & Other Automotive Repair

Monday, May 23, 2016

Yoshi ran off

Our family puppy ran off near Crosby...

Yoshi has been found:)

Thank you everyone who looked for him

The Cimino family

Thieves Took 7 Husqvarna Chain Saws, A Trimmer & Leaf Blower From Ceres Dealer


Firefighters Dispatched To Propane Grill Fire Spreading to House

At 7:47 PM on Monday, Eldred Boro & Toiwnship, Port Allegany & Portville Fire Departments have been dispatched to 1055 Barden Brook Road in Ceres Township for a propane grill fire on the back porch of a residence spreading to the house.
7:58 PM--Port Allegany Recalled.

PennDOT, Local and State Law Enforcement Partner to Raise Seat-Belt Awareness

Local Agencies Focus on Border-to-Border Operation as Part of National Campaign

Clearfield, PA – As motorists take to the roads this Memorial Day holiday, state and local law enforcement urge the traveling public to buckle up as part of the national Click it or Ticket campaign running through June 5.

As part of the mobilization, state and local agencies will also conduct a border-to-border operation this evening at 6 PM. The operation, which encompasses most eastern states, focuses on increased seat-belt enforcement across state borders, sending a zero tolerance message to the public that driving or riding unbuckled will result in a ticket.

The effort includes 370 Pennsylvania municipal police departments and local participating agencies include: Ferguson Township, Patton Township, Spring Township, State College Borough, Clearfield Borough, Lawrence Township, Sandy Township, Lock Haven, Pinecreek Township, St. Marys, Bradford City, Bradford Township, Granville Township, and Mifflin County Regional.

The partnership urges drivers to buckle up day and night no matter how far they are going. Officers are prepared to ticket anyone who is not wearing their seat belt, including drivers that have neglected to properly buckle their children.

Motorists are also reminded that Pennsylvania’s primary seat-belt law requires drivers and passengers under 18 years old to buckle up, and children under the age of four must be properly restrained in an approved child safety seat. Children ages 4 to 8 must be restrained in an appropriate booster seat. In addition, children age 8 to 18 must be in a seat belt when riding anywhere in the vehicle.

Also, drivers and front-seat passengers 18 years-old or older are required to buckle up. If motorists are stopped for a traffic violation and are not wearing their seat belt, they can receive a second ticket and second fine.

For more information, visit www.JustDrivePA.com and click on theTraffic Safety Information page.

Elk County Council on the Arts presents “Wood on Glass” in partnership with the Lumber Heritage Region

ECCOTA is honored to be one of the first galleries in the area with the privilege of displaying this historic collection on photographs by William T. Clarke.

“Wood on Glass” consists of an exhibit of photographs by little known and long forgotten itinerant photographer William T. Clarke (1859-1930), a Rochester, NY native who chronicled the lumber industry and its dramatic impact on north central Pennsylvania during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Clarke’s evocative legacy is showcased in “Wood on Glass” with custom prints made from glass plate negatives, now housed at the Pennsylvania State Archives and in private hands.

Clarke’s images graphically illustrate the epic transformation of the Commonwealth’s forests and ways of life between ca. 1890 and 1917 in Potter, McKean and Clinton Counties.
Produced in-house by The State Museum, the “Wood on Glass” exhibit was co-created by Archivist Linda Ries along with photo historians Ronald E. Ostman and Harry Littell who served as Scholars-in-Residence at the State Archives in 2005 to document Clarke’s photography. 

Since discovering a cache of Clarke’s original glass plate negatives in upstate New York, Ostman and Littell – whose work on Clarke has been featured in the Smithsonian Magazine and Pennsylvania Heritage Magazine– have collaborated to draw attention to the photographer’s collections and are authoring a book to interpret the photographer’s vast visual legacy.

The exhibit will be on display from May 27 - June 24 in the ECCOTA Gallery. Visit the opening reception Friday, May 27 from 6-9PM for a special presentation from the Lumber Heritage Region including original photographs, 1901 camera on display and a demonstration of the glass plate negative process.

Opening Reception: May 27, 6PM-9PM in the ECCOTA Gallery, 237 Main Street, Ridgway
Show will run: May 27 – June 24

For more information, please contact Sara Frank at art@eccota.com or 814-772-7051.


Rent A Falcon To Help You Out


Coming to Sweden Valley Inn on May 28th from 11am-3pm

Amber Neefe-Fowler, owner of Sweden Valley Inn, is having her 2nd #Handmade Maker’s Market on the patio of Sweden Valley Inn. She is hoping to have them throughout the summer, with each one featuring local artisans and craftsmen selling their items. They will be presenting their works on the patio; OR inside if there is inclement weather.

Artisans for this 2nd event coming May 28th will be: Amber Neefe-Fowler with her hand stamped metal jewelry, Caroline Powers with a variety of stenciled and hand-painted signs, T-Shirts and more, Kristin Russell with prints, matchbook notebooks, original paintings and small sculptures, and Elaine Russell with her sterling gemstone jewelry, mandala art, and Eco-Friendly craft items.

Fantastic food, along with drink specials and featured beer and wines will be available for purchase in the restaurant.

Sweden Valley Inn is located at 1305 East 2nd Street/ US Route 6 East outside of Coudersport.

We hope to see you there!

9th annual 3 day God's Country Chapter of Trout Unlimited Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing event Starts Tuesday

The 9th annual 3 day God's Country Chapter of Trout Unlimited Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing event this year honors veterans involved in Conflicts and Rescues 1975-2000.

 On Tuesday May 24, the parade/bike escort begins in Shinglehouse at the Roadside Restaurant at 1PM, with a stop at the Oswayo Valley High School for a short ceremony and should arrive in downtown Coudersport @ 2PM where the Marine Corps Honor Guard will be to greet our 13 disabled veteran guests. 

After a short run through Coudersport, the parade will swing by the Sweden Valley Manor and stop at the Coudersport Legion for a short pit stop before heading through Austin to the First Fork Lodge in Costello. 

All Potter County citizens are invited and urged to be outside welcoming and honoring our disabled veteran guests along the parade route. It means a tremendous amount for our vets to honored in this manner.

Thank You,
Dr. Pete Ryan
Chapter President

Build the Trail, Save the Rails

MJ2KB T[RAIL] Club encourages you to attend the public meeting at the Mount Jewett Fire Hall on May 26th at 5 PM, where the E&M Engineering Plans for the Knox & Kane Corridor from Mount Jewett to the Kinzua Bridge will be presented – these plans do not include saving the rails.

The plans are open for public comment.

Others attending include:

· Jeremy Morey, Director of the McKean County Planning Commission

· Tom Buck, Transportation Planning Coordinator, North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission (North Central)

· Tom Zurat, District Portfolio Manager for Engineering District 2-0 of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT)

· Janie French, Executive Director of Headwaters Charitable Trust

We need to show our support for saving the rails from Mount Jewett to the Kinzua Bridge, with the trail developed adjacent to the rails.

HERITAGE DAY AT THE SENECA IROQUOIS NATIONAL MUSEUM

Salamanca, NY-- Join us on Saturday June 4, 2016 from 10:00am to 6:00pm at the Seneca Iroquois National Museum for our 1st Annual Heritage Day! Heritage Day is a free educational event open to the public with activities for the whole family.

Native artists will be vending and demonstrating traditional arts such as beadworking, basketmaking, pottery, stone and antler carving. Traditional foods will also be available for sampling and purchase. There will also be a Smoke Dance Competition, produced by Earth Songs Productions. This competition will have categories from Tiny Tots to Golden Age. Dancer registration is at 11:00am and the competition begins at 1:00pm.

The day will also include a “Seneca History Through Fashion Show” at 4:00pm. The fashion show is a collaborative effort with Michael Galban of the Ganondagan State Historic Site and will showcase 17th and 18th century Seneca regalia/clothing.

Inside the Museum will be showcasing the noted artist Robert Griffing, known for his realistic paintings of historical scenes featuring Hodinošonih people. He will have prints and paintings on display and for sale.

The evening will conclude with a silent auction, to benefit future exhibits and collections care at the museum.

The Seneca Iroquois National Museum is located at 814 Broad Street, Salamanca, New York on the Seneca Nation Allegany Territory. Visit our website at www.senecamuseum.org or call us at (716) 945-1760.

Little Nippers Meeting Announcement

The Little Nippers have announced that there will be a monthly youth sports meeting on Wednesday, May 25, at 7:00pm at the Nippers' Building on Memorial Drive, Duke Center, Pa. This meeting is open to the general public.

Burglars Take Chainsaws, Trimmers & Leaf Blower From Canfield's Outdoor Power Equipment

Unfortunately my parents' business (Canfield's Outdoor Power Equipment In Shinglehouse, PA) was robbed at 10:15 last night. 

There were two guys in we believe a car. 

If anyone saw a vehicle parked in front of the shop or going down the rode at that time of night or has any information, please call the PA State Police at 814-778-5555. 

They took chainsaws, trimmers, trimmer attachments and back pack leaf blower. 

Please help us find these guys and bring some justice to all of the businesses who have suffered at their hands around here.

Coudersport Fire Dept. Called To Early Morning Car Fire

5-21-16 @ approx. 22:28 dispatched to Box 48-02 - 305 S East st. Cdspt Boro for smoke investigation.

Arrived to a 2 1/2 story SFD, w/nothing showing. Tower 9 crew found an electrical malfunction, command summoned West Penn Power and had the electric cut to the residence.
Assisted at the scene by Cdspt Boro PD.


5-23-16 @ approx. 05:37 dispatched to Box 48-07 Hebron Twp. Sr 49 East (1/4 mile East of Prosser Hollow Rd) for a vehicle that had struck a deer and caught fire. 

Chief 48 arrived to a vehicle on the S side of SR 49 with the engine compartment engulfed. Eng 2 crew was able to extinguish the fire before it entered the passenger compartment, however the passenger compartment did suffer severe heat and smoke damage. Tanker 5 assisted, refilled the engine.

RT 49 was shutdown briefly for extinguishment of the fire.
The crash and fire was investigated by PSP - Tpr Fitzwater, Wooster.


There were no injuries in either incident.

Listing Of Memorial Day Parades & Services In Potter, McKean, Tioga, Cameron, Elk, Allegany & Cattaraugus Counties

COUDERSPORT--MONDAY, MAY 30. PARADE TO BEGIN 11 AM COMMENCING ON 
ALLEGANY AVE. AND PROCEED TO COURTHOUSE SQUARE FOR CEREMONY.
TINA FRANKLIN, mother of Sgt. Michael Franklin who died serving country, will be the
 guest speaker.

Ulysses, parade, 10am line up at medical building, step off at 10:30 service to follow in Ulysses Cemetery. Services at Mills Cemetery at 1:30 and in Harrison Valley at 2

Smethport Dispatched To Set Up Landing Zone For Mercyflight

At 3:20 PM on Monday, Smethport Fire Dept. has been dispatched to set up landing zone for Mercyflight at LZ 1 near the jail for a medical emergency.

Woman Loses $2,300. In IRS Scam / Help Spread The Word About This Scam!!

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June 2016 events at the S. W. Smith Memorial Public Library:

· June 1-15: On Your Mark, Get Set, Read Summer Reading Club registration for Story Hour and K-12th Grades. Registration closes June 15th.

· June 9: 1-2pm LIFT’s Within Your Reach Assistive Technology Coordinator will be demonstrating and helping individuals find the appropriate funding sources for assistive technology.

· June 12: 3pm Anna Margaret Binder reads from “We Are All Well: The Letters of Nora Hall” at The Inn on Maple Street. $5 ticket benefits the S. W. Smith Memorial Library. Beverages and Finger Foods served. Tickets on sale now at the S. W. Smith Memorial Library.

· June 18: Friends of the Library Book Sale at the Fair on the Square.

· June 22: On Your Mark, Get Set, Read Summer Reading Club begins every Wednesday until July 27:

o Summer Story Hour (infant-PreK), 10-11am

o Summer Reading Club Grades K-6, 1-2pm

o Books, Blogs, and Battles for students entering grades 7-12, 2-3pm

· June 23: 1-3pm Summer Bridge Club begins every Thursday until August 25.

PennDOT Driver License, Photo Centers Closed For Memorial Day

Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) today announced that all driver license and photo centers, including its full-service center in Harrisburg, will be closed Saturday, May 28, through Monday, May 30, in observance of Memorial Day.

Customers may still obtain a variety of driver and vehicle products and services online through PennDOT’s Driver and Vehicle Services website, www.dmv.pa.gov.

Driver and vehicle online services are available 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week and include driver’s license, photo ID and vehicle registration renewals; driver-history services; changes of address; driver license and vehicle registration restoration letters; ability to pay driver license or vehicle insurance restoration fee; driver license and photo ID duplicates; and driver exam scheduling. There are no additional fees for using online services.

A complete listing of PennDOT driver and photo license center closings in 2016 is available on the website by clicking on PennDOT Service Center Holiday Closings under the “Pressroom” tab at the bottom of the page.

Motorists can check conditions on more than 40,000 roadway miles by visiting www.511PA.com. 511PA, which is free and available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to more than 770 traffic cameras.

511PA is also available through a smartphone application for iPhone and Android devices, by calling 5-1-1, or by following regional Twitter alerts accessible on the 511PA website.

Follow PennDOT on Twitter at www.twitter.com/PennDOTNews and like the department on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PennsylvaniaDepartmentofTransportation.

Tenative Roulette Bicentennial Schedule Revealed







Roulette Township Bicentennial Facebook Page

REMINDER
Bicentennial meeting tomorrow night, Tuesday, May 24. It again will be held at the township office at 6:30 p.m.

PA Gas Drilling Permits Issued

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Cascade Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2016-05-18 00:00:00 to ANADARKO E&P ONSHORE LLC for site LITTLE FAWN HC A 201H in Cascade Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Cascade Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2016-05-18 00:00:00 to ANADARKO E&P ONSHORE LLC for site GRAM CHAPMAN A 201H in Cascade Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

Regional Landlord Association to meet:

The North Central PA Landlord Association will meet May 26th @ 6:00pm at the Fort Worth Restaurant on West Long Avenue, DuBois. 

7:00pm- Tim Britton, Building Maintenance vs. Construction: Systems to Make Your Life Easier. 

The NCPLA is dedicated to the education of landlords in the region. As always, we welcome new members. Please email Amy Auman - amy@sdhp.org with questions.

Black Dog Running Along Rt. 46 Near Cameron/McKean County Line

The CCSPCA now has a large trap set up in the area. Please if anyone sees this dog in their travels to or from Smethport, call George Sowers ASAP at 814-335-6251. We just want to know if the dog is still in the area or has traveled away from the area.

Lost dog seen running up route 46 at the Cameron County McKean County line black with white on the chest and an orange collar. Very skiddish and won't come near anyone. 

If this is your dog or you know who he might belong to please call George Sowers the dog law officer at 814.335.6251. 

PLEASE SHARE we need to get this dog back home.

Potter County Accepting Applications For Full-Time and Part-Time Corrections Officers


Public Asked To Welcome Veterans Passing Through Coudersport On Tuesday

Potter County Today
Salute-to-our-veterans-LogoPotter County residents are encouraged to help welcome disabled war veterans coming for this year’s Trout Unlimited Project Healing Waters — and salute local vets — on Tuesday, May 24. 

The parade will depart from a gathering point on Rt. 44 in west Shinglehouse at 1 pm. There will be a 10-15 minute stop at Oswayo Valley School before the procession travels down Rt. 44 toward Coudersport. 

Arrival at the county seat is scheduled at around 2 pm. 

The reception will progress to the Chestnut Street intersection and around to North West Street before heading east on Rt. 6. 

A stop at American Legion Post 192 is planned. 

Then, at 3 pm, the procession travels down Rt. 872 and through Austin to the First Fork Lodge in Costello.

Residents are asked to line up along the roads to welcome and salute the veterans, waving flags and otherwise expressing their appreciation. 

Local vets from World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War will be riding along on a bus. 

The Potter County Commissioners have encouraged employees to step away from their desks to join the reception in Coudersport. 

Members of the public who would like to borrow an American flag to wave as the veterans pass by can obtain one inside the Main Street entrance of the Gunzburger Building, or at the security station at the courthouse entrance.

RECALLS

05/23/2016 10:42 AM EDT
As part of the on-going CRF Frozen Foods recall, The Pictsweet Company is notifying consumers that certain Kroger brand frozen vegetable sold in Fry's, King Soopers, City Market, Ralphs, Food 4 Less, Smith's, QFC, and Fred Meyer are included in the recall announced Friday, May 6. These products were packaged by The Pictsweet Company and contain Green Beans or Green Peas recently recalled by CRF Frozen Foods due to a health risk.
05/23/2016 10:43 AM EDT
Ultimate Nutrition Inc. of Farmington, CT, is recalling its dietary supplement, Amino Gold because they may contain undeclared milk in the form of hydrolyzed whey protein. People who have allergies to milk run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.
05/23/2016 11:41 AM EDT
Food Gusto, Inc. of Paterson, NJ, is recalling its Birdy 3 in 1 coffee mix (Robusta) because product contains undeclared milk. People who have an allergy or serve sensitivity to milk run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.
05/23/2016 02:42 PM EDT
FIRST SOURCE of Tonawanda, NY, is recalling the following items because they have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes:

Programs Offered at Sinnemahoning State Park over Memorial Day Weekend

Sinnemahoning – Sinnemahoning State Park is offering a variety of free family-friendly programs to park visitors over the Memorial Day Weekend

Eagle Watch, Saturday, May 28, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM, Wildlife Viewing Area
The young eaglet is getting bigger every day! View live nest activity through binoculars and high-powered scope with the help of park staff and volunteers. Meet at the Wildlife Viewing Area, one mile north of the Park Office & Wildlife Center. Wildlife Viewing platform is ADA accessible.

Amazing Amphibians, Saturday, May 28, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 40 Maples Day Use Area
Hop on over to 40 Maples Day Use area to learn more about frogs, toads, and salamanders and the habitats they live in. Then join park staff on a short walk to search the ponds for some of these amazing amphibians. Water shoes or boots are recommended. Nets and containers will be provided. All animals will be released back into the wild at the end of the program. All children and adults are welcome to attend this free family-friendly program.

Big Bad Bears, Saturday, May 28, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM, Campground Amphitheater
Are you camping safely in bear country? Discover more about bears and bear safety with an interactive program that is fun for the whole family. A 30-minute video on bears will follow the program.

Fish for Free Day, Sunday, May 29, All Day
Take advantage of the fish-for-free day offered by the PA Fish and Boat Commission. Go fishing at Sinnemahoning State Park! No fishing license is required to fish in Pennsylvania inland waters on Sunday, May 29, 2016. Forgot your fishing gear? No problem!! Loaner fishing tackle is available at the Park Office & Wildlife Center.

Eagle Watch, Sunday, May 29, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM, Wildlife Viewing Area
The young eaglet is getting bigger every day! View live nest activity through binoculars and high-powered scope with the help of park staff and volunteers. Meet at the Wildlife Viewing Area, one mile north of the Park Office & Wildlife Center. Wildlife Viewing platform is ADA accessible.

Animal Traces Hike, Sunday, May 29, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM, Park Office & Wildlife Center
What animals are living in the woodlands at Sinnemahoning State Park? Join park staff for a short hike in search of tracks, traces and other signs left behind by the animals that live in the forest and fields near the Park Office & Wildlife Center. Sturdy shoes are recommended.

Live at the Campground: Amphibians, Sunday, May 29, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM, Campground Amphitheater
Meet some of the animals that live in the ponds at Sinnemahoning State Park and learn how wetland habitats are essential to the survival of amphibians. A 30-minute video on amphibians will follow the program.

For more information about programs and events at Sinnemahoning State Park, contact the park office at 814-647-8401 or by email at SinnemahoningSP@pa.gov. Online, visit Sinnemahoning-State-Park on Facebook or view the PA State Park calendar of events at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/

If you need an accommodation to participate in PA State Park activities due to a disability, please contact the park you plan to visit. With at least three days’ notice, interpreters for people who are deaf or hard of hearing are available for educational programs.

North Central Forest Landowners Association To Host Basic GPS Skills Workshop

The North Central Forest Landowners Association will host a basic course for forest landowners on the use of GPS units for the management of their woodlots.

This is a two-Part Workshop on Basic GPS Skills and Using Those Skills for Mapping and Managing your Woodlands.

The course in scheduled for Saturday, June 4th, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the McKean county 911 center conference room and is presented by Dr. Bob Hansen; District Director of the “Endless Mountains Extension District”

This first workshop will help us understand and use our handheld GPS units for creating and marking waypoints(locations); finding an existing waypoint; creating and mapping trails(groups of waypoints); and other basic skills. Bring your own GPS unit or use a unit provided. Bob’s primary expertise is in using Garmins like the eTrex, but others are similar and we will work through the differences. Practice will be outside through basic exercises
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The second workshop scheduled for Saturday, June 25th 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.at the same location is entitled "Using your GPS for Mapping and Managing your Woodland" and will be conducted by Walt Petrick; NCFLA President.

The second workshop will focus on using your GPS results with the common Google Earth mapping system to map boundaries; show trails and roads; highlight special locations; and even map specific forest management units. Walt will show us how to convert the GPS data into useful maps for our own management needs.

Both Workshops will be held at the McKean County 911 Center Conference Room; 17175 Route 6 West; Smethport, PA.

More details of the first workshop is contained in the attached flyer.

Although it is not necessary to attend both workshops, the best training will be to merge both skills!

The talks are open to all without charge. To register for the first workshop, please call Walt or Marie at (814) 544-8883 by Thursday, May 2 if you plan to attend.


The NCFLA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing education and hands-on application techniques of sustainable forest management. It is the purpose of this organization to provide information, exchange ideas, and educate its members and others about the methods and benefits of proper forest management. This is accomplished by sponsoring educational seminars, woodswalks on member’s woodlands emphasizing different aspects of best practice forest management, regular meetings and educational events to encourage interactions between association members.

The NCFLA has a close association with Penn State, Penn State Cooperative Extension, DCNR Bureau of Forestry, a Penn State forestry advisor, Conservation District and others. They are an integral, functioning part of the NCFLA who provide the latest research, guidance, advice, organization and contact with the broader forest community. Regular classes and seminars on forestry topics of interest are planned through the NCFLA. Members of this organization experience the benefits of expanding their forestry knowledge and skills, a sense of companionship with people of similar interests, and satisfaction of promoting the health of landowners forests.

Membership NCFLA welcomes new members year round. Full individual membership is open to all owners of 5 or more acres of woodland within McKean, Potter, Cameron and Elk Counties.

For more information, please contact Walt Petrick at 814-544-8883 or visit our website at www.orgsites.com/pa/ncfla

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Whitesville, NY Race Driver John Waters Takes First At Humberstone Speedway Opener In Ontario


JOHN WATERS RIM RIDES PAST LATE MODEL STANDOUT MIKE PEGHER FOR HIS 3RD STRAIGHT SWEENEY RUSH TOUR WIN AT HUMBERSTONE TO OPEN 2016

May 22, 2016
(By Mike Leone)

(Port Colborne, ON)...The Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC RUSH Dirt Late Model Touring Series powered by Pace Performance kicked off the 2016 campaign across the border in Ontario, Canada on Sunday night at Humberstone Speedway. The fifth annual "Canadian Late Model National Championship" attracted a record 28 cars from all over Ontario, Canada along with United States racers from New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia eclipsing the prior high of 26 from 2012.

To say John Waters likes Humberstone and has it figured out is an understatement. Back on July 20, 2014, Waters captured his first career Sweeney Tour victory at the Port Colborne, Ontario racey 1/3-mile track. Last year, Waters simply dominated the event for his season's only Tour victory, and on Sunday night Waters made an impressive charge to the front racing around early leaders Bryce Davis and Mike Pegher, Jr. on the top side of the speedway to capture his third straight "Canadian Late Model National Championship"! The victory was worth $2,000 plus another $125 for setting fast time and winning his heat race courtesy of Bobby Lake Motorsports. The impressive performance by Waters also earned him the Maxima Oil "Maximum Performance" award.

"Man I love this place," expressed the soon-to-be 35-year-old Whitesville, NY racer. "I don't know what it is, but it just fits my style. We even came completely different with tires. I think we went harder all the way around on tires than everyone else. I was giving them time to get worked in and get heat with all the cautions. Once I got confident that I had a good car underneath me, I made the move to get off the bottom and rolled the top. Once I made the move on Bryce I knew it was lights out for Mike! I was getting a little worried at the end when I was getting tighter than I like, and I was mad at my guys because I couldn't see them to tell me where I needed to be. I have to thank Dale LeBarron for giving me this ride. This car is awesome and he gives me the best equipment I can get. It's been a great night.'

The feature got off to a rocky start as four cautions slowed action in the first two laps before a long green flag run. Via his K&N Dash victory, Pegher raced out to the early lead, while fifth starting Waters advanced to fourth on the second lap past defending track champion, Dennis Lunger, Jr. Davis found a good line around the bottom of the track as he closed in on Pegher on lap five. Davis was able to keep his car planted on the bottom as he snuck under Pegher on lap six. The two raced side-by-side for two laps with Davis getting by albeit with contact racing off turn four on lap seven; meanwhile, Waters grabbed third from Jason Knowles.

Pegher wasn't thrilled with the move Davis made to take the lead as he drove hard to catch back up to Davis. Some more contact was made, and on lap nine Pegher reclaimed the lead back. As Pegher and Davis went at it, it allowed Waters and Knowles to close in making it a four-car race for lead with Lunger not far back in fifth.

On lap 12, Pegher opened up some ground as he caught traffic; however, the margin would go away as a pair of cautions slowed action with 13 laps completed. Back under green flag conditions, Waters and Davis raced side-by-side for second for two laps before Waters made the pass on the outside on lap 15. Waters stayed on the top, while Pegher was tip-toeing around the bottom of the slick surface. Waters quickly closed in on lap 16, was on Pegher on lap 17, and drove around the 2013 Sweeney Tour champion on the 18th circuit before Pegher's teammate Brian Swank spun to cause a caution.

When green replaced yellow, Waters instantly pulled away and within two laps had a straightaway advantage over Pegher. He caught traffic on lap 23 and quickly began lapping several competitors as his car worked anywhere on the speedway. Two more cautions in the final laps were all that slowed Waters in the Dale LeBarron-owned, Troups Creek Heating, Fox Shocks, Insinger Performance, Sunoco Race Fuel, Fastline Performance, Troups Creek Auto Parks, Renegade Forestry Management, Close Racing Supply, Atkins Appraisal-sponsored #11. Waters has now run 38 Sweeney Tour events since starting with the Series late in 2013 and all three of his Series wins have come at Humberstone where he's a perfect three-for-three!

"It's great to start the season out winning," added Waters. "The competition here is stacked. Mike (Pegher) has helped me out a lot especially when we first got started. I actually spun him out in my first crate race when he was leading. To see him back running with us is great, and Bryce is always tough. I have to thank all my sponsors, the guys at home, and the guys that came with me. You can't do it without all those people. It's tough to get a real quality car without all the help. I'd like to thank the fans for coming out. It was a beautiful night. The track was great. These guys did a great job. It had a little character in it. Also have to thank Vicki (Emig) and Mike (Leone) from RUSH for putting this on and stepping up this year and making it even better than what it was to make it one of the greatest crate sanctions in the world, and I'm just glad to be part of it."

Pegher held on to a runner-up finish worth $1,000 in his first Humberstone start since 2012. "John was definitely on a rail tonight," stated the 30-year-old Cranberry Twp., Pa. racer. "Congrats to him and his crew. I tried my hardest and hoped he'd mess up a little bit. You always have to give it your 100%. I'm happy to get second. It's a long way up here, and we'll get the car cleaned up and ready for tomorrow night. I have to thank my car owner Jerry Haseleu, all my sponsors, and the fans for coming to support us."

Davis, who already has Sweeney Weekly Series wins at Fulton and Outlaw Speedway as well as a non-sanctioned victory at Canandaigua, held off the Knowles brothers for a third place effort- one shy of his runner-up at last year's event. "It was nothing intentional on either of our parts," explained the 25-year-old Hornell, NY third place finisher when asked about the contact between him and Pegher. "We had a good run going. The car was good early on, but kind of went away from us the last half of the race."

Jason Knowles fended off a hard charge by his brother Brian to collect the fourth position. Brian started 20th and advanced 15 spots getting by Lunger to claim fifth and earned the $100 Precise "Pedal Down" Hard Charger gift card. Lunger dropped to sixth over Brady Wonderling and Randy Hall. Humberstone regulars, Rob Pietz and Tim Gillespie, were the top two Canadians across the line in ninth and 10th respectively.

South Buxton Speedway regular, Jim Dale, Jr., made his first ever RUSH start and finished 11th to earn the $25 CrateInsider.com certificate for being the last car on the lead lap at the finish. It was a tough night for one of Humberstone's top runners, Colton Ledingham, who was awarded the TBM Brakes "Tough Brake of the Night" distinction.

Waters was the only driver to break into the 15-second bracket in Bobby Lake Motorsports "Shock the Clock" Qualifying with a lap of 15.975. Waters then proceeded to win heat race one, while Pegher and Davis also earned $25 for their Bobby Lake Motorsports heat race wins. Pietz won the last chance B main. Pegher's K&N "Cold Air Induction" Dash win garnered him a $100 K&N certificate, while Davis received a $50 certificate for second, and $25 cash went to Jason Knowles and Lunger for their third and fourth place finishes respectively.

Action moves on to Merrittville Speedway on Monday night (May 23) to close out the Canadian swing on Victory Day with another $2,000 to-win Sweeney Tour event, this one being a Platinum Event. Next weekend will be busy with a pair of $2,000 to-win Marquee Events at Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio on Saturday night and Eriez Speedway in Erie, Pa. on Sunday night.

Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC RUSH Dirt Late Model Touring Series Race #1 (30 laps, $2,000 to-win): 1. JOHN WATERS (LeBarron 11) 2. Mike Pegher, Jr. (Haseleu RJ1) 3. Bryce Davis (94) 4. Jason Knowles (4) 5. Brian Knowles (7) 6. Dennis Lunger, Jr. (Schwartz 71L) 7. Brady Wonderling (z1) 8. Randy Hall (Suppa 4s) 9. Rob Pietz (69) 10. Tim Gillespie (15) 11. Jim Dale, Jr. (00) 12. Eric Wilson (27W) 13. Travis Martineau (Schwartz 171) 14. Jim Pinsonneault (0) 15. Brian Swank (12s) 16. Mike Greene (8) 17. Paul Grigsby (24) 18. Phil Potts (Archer 29) 19. Bruce Hordusky, Jr. (3) 20. Jeff Dayman (44) 21. Will Thomas III (9) 22. Colton Ledingham (19JR) 23. John McIntire (31) 24. Ken Winfield (82).

DNQ for the feature: Wyatt Van Wert (04), Eli Mayhew (1022xx), Brad Simpson (53), Doug Ricotta (01).

Car Count: 28
Feature Lap Leaders: Pegher (1-6, 9-17), Davis (7-8), Waters (18-30)
Precise Racing Products "Pedal Down Hard Charger": Brian Knowles (+15)
Maxima Oil "Maximum Performance": John Waters
TBM Brakes "Tough Brake of the Night": Colton Ledingham
CrateInsider.com "Last Car on Lead Lap": Jim Dale, Jr.

Bobby Lake Motorsports "Shock the Clock" Qualifying ($100 for fast time): 1. John Waters 15.975 2. Mike Pegher, Jr. 16.120 3. Bryce Davis 16.123 4. Jason Knowles 16.160 5. Eric Wilson 16.216 6. Brian Knowles 16.239 7. Tim Gillespie 16.243 8. Rob Pietz 16.372 9. Dennis Lunger, Jr. 16.449 10. Brady Wonderling 16.454 11. Randy Hall 16.466 12. Phil Potts 16.520 13. John McIntire 16.530 14. Bruce Hordusky Jr. 16.606 15. Jim Dale, Jr. 16.842 17. Paul Grigsby 16.952 18. Doug Ricotta 16.985 19. Mike Greene 17.232 20. Brian Swank 17.244 21. John Pinsonneault 17.280 22. Jeff Dayman 17.296 23. Ken Winfield 17.392 24. Travis Martineau 18.013 25. Colton Ledingham 32.743 26. Will Thomas III NT (light) 26. Brad Simpson NT (light) 27. Eli Mayhew NT (light) 28. Wyatt Van Wert NT.

Bobby Lake Motorsports Heat 1 (10 laps, $25 to-win, Top 6 transfer):1. Waters 2. J. Knowles 3. Wonderling 4. Thomas 5. Grigsby 6. Gillespie 7. McIntire 8. Winfield 9. Swank 10. Mayhew.

Bobby Lake Motorsports Heat 2 (10 laps, $25 to-win, Top 6 transfer):1. Pegher 2. Hall 3. Hordusky 4. Wilson 5. Pinsonneault 6. Martineau 7. Ricotta 8. Pietz 9. Simpson.

Bobby Lake Motorsports Heat 3 (10 laps, $25 to-win, Top 6 transfer): 1. Davis 2. Lunger 3. Potts 4. Ledingham 5. Dale 6. Dayman 7. Green 8. B. Knowles 9. Van Wert.

Last Chance B Main (10 laps, $25 to-win, Top 6 transfer): 1. Pietz 2. B. Knowles 3. McIntire 4. Winfield 5. Greene 6. Swank 7. Van Wert 8. Mayhew 9. Simpson 10. Ricotta-DNS.

K&N "Cold Air Induction" Dash (6 laps): 1. Pegher 2. Davis 3. J. Knowles 4. Lunger 5. Waters 6. Hall.

RUSH Late Model marketing partners include Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC, Pace Performance, Hoosier Tire, Bilstein Shocks, Sunoco Race Fuels, Bazell Race Fuels, Insinger Performance, MSD Performance, Maxima Racing Oil, Jones Racing Products, Alternative Power Sources, Precise Racing Products, ARbodies, TBM Brakes, K&N Filters, Lincoln Electric, FK Rod Ends, Velocita-USA, Classic Ink USA, Rocket Chassis, Bobby Lake Motorsports High Gear Speed Shop, CrateInsider.com, B.R.A.K.E.S., RockAuto.com, and Valley Fashions.

Landscape Photography-Date Change

In this course, photographer Curt Weinhold will focus on lighting, lenses and composition, while visiting a state park. Class is scheduled later in the day, so we can take advantage of the late light.

Some driving will be required. Please bring lenses from wide angle to telephoto along with a tripod and polarizing filter, if available. In addition, bring your camera, fully charged with a suitable memory card. Wear comfy clothes and shoes, and bring water and a bagged lunch.

This workshop is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

This class is being held on Saturday, June 11, 2016, from 2:00-8:00 p.m. The cost is $15.00 per person. Registration deadline is May 31. To register, visit www.pottercountyedcouncil.org or call 814-274-4877.

The amazing ice is back! Coudersport Ice Mine & Gift shop will open on Friday, May 27th.

The amazing ice is back!
The Coudersport Ice Mine & Gift shop will 
open on Friday, May 27th.
Hours 10-6, Wednesday - Sunday.   
We will be open on Monday, Memorial Day
Admission to the Ice Mine   Adults $5.00, ages 6-12 $2.50
176 Ice Mine Road, Coudersport

Donald R. Deibler, 66, Little Genesee, NY

Donald R. Deibler
LITTLE GENESEE — Donald R. Deibler, 66, of 8122 Willow Brook Road, passed away Friday (May 20, 2016) at the Arnot-Ogden Hospital in Elmira after a long illness. 

Born Aug. 8, 1949, in Olean, he was a son of Lynn and Ellamae Lyman Deibler. On July 7, 1973, at St. Raphael's Church in Eldred, Pa., he married Pamela M. Hepfer, who survives. 

Donald was a 1967 graduate of Olean High School and lived and worked in Olean all of his life. He was first employed for AVX Corp. and at the age of 21 he began working for Cooper Industries and retired after 41 years of employment. 

He was a family man first and enjoyed his time with his wife, children and grandchildren. He passionately loved the game of golf and he used to enjoy hunting when he was younger. 

Surviving besides his wife are two sons, Aaron Deibler of Timmonsville, S.C., and Adam (Colleen) Deibler of Olean; two granddaughters, Brooklyn and Reagan Deibler; three siblings, Gary (Joan) Deibler of North Chili, Karen (Albert) Anastasia of Cuba and Dennis (Ann) Deibler of Gastonia, N.C.; several cousins; one aunt; one uncle; and nieces and nephews, including a special niece, Joelle, who always called him “Unc,” and her sister, Amy. 

Friends will be received on Tuesday (May 24, 2016) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Casey, Halwig & Hartle Funeral Home, 3128 W. State Road in Olean. Funeral services will begin at 1 p.m. in the funeral home. Rev. Marie Meeks, pastor of Bethel Lutheran Church in Portville, will officiate. Burial will be in Pleasant Valley Cemetery in Olean. 

Memorials may be made to a cancer services organization of the donor's choice.

PA Senator Hughes Introduces Legislation To Create Summer Jobs & Year Round Interrnships For Young People Age 14 to 24

Investing In Summer Jobs and Year Round Internships for Young People

Hello,
Senator Hughes Unveils Youth Investment Initiative to Create 20,000 New Youth Jobs :: May 5, 2016.
Senator Hughes Unveils Youth Investment Initiative to Create 20,000 New Youth Jobs I am very proud to share that I have introduced legislation along with Senator Art Haywood to create 20,000 new jobs for disadvantaged youth. My legislation, called “Youth Investment Initiative”, would use a mixture of tax credits and grants to create year-round positions for youth in our community. This program is a follow up to the $7.5 million in new funds that I helped secure last year to create 3,700 new summer jobs for youth across Pennsylvania.
My program would apply to children and young adults between the ages of 14 and 23 who are part of families with income below 235 percent of the poverty line or $57105 for a family of four. It would be grants for non-profit organizations and tax credits for partners in the private sector. The total cost would be $30 million. Similar programs are already underway in MN, NY, OR, DE, and CO.
StudentsI remember my first summer job. It was an opportunity for me to earn some money, get valuable work experience, and learn what it means to have a real career. However, cuts in funding over the past several years have endangered the program that funds these positions for our young people.
Please take a moment and share this e-mail with your friends, family, and co-workers. Together, we can spread the word about the need for youth jobs and push our lawmakers in Harrisburg to take action.
Sincerely,
State Senator Hughes
Senate Appropriations Committee Democratic Chairman

Roulette Township Supervisors seeking part-time summer help

Roulette Township Supervisors are looking for part-time summer help. Must have the ability to learn how to test the water / sewer, mow, and work with the road crew. Some weekends will be required. All applications must be received by 11:30 a.m., Friday, June 3, 2016.

Nita Spencer

Secretary / Treasurer

Roulette Township Supervisors
80 Railroad Ave.
PO Box 253
Roulette, PA 16746-0253
Office: 814-544-7549
Fax: 814-544-4044
roulettwp@gmail.com

PSA Healthcare Has Openings For RN's, LPN's & CNA's In Bradford, Roulette, Wellsboro, Rew, Ulysses, Emporium, Warren, Kane, Kersey, Force, St. Marys, Smethport, Eldred & Duke Center

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RECALLS

Papa John's Salad and Produce Recalls Oriental Salad with Sesame Ginger Dressing Due to Possible Listeria monocytogenes Contamination

05/22/2016 02:21 AM EDT
Phoenix Arizona, Papa John's Salad and Produce, Inc. is voluntarily recalling Oriental Salad with Sesame Ginger Dressing due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. This voluntary action is being undertaken in cooperation with the US Food and Drug Administration because the recalled products contain sunflower kernels that are part of the recent SunOpta sunflower kernel recall expansion.
05/20/2016 08:44 PM EDT
Dakota Style Foods, Inc. of Clark, South Dakota is recalling 6,930 cases of sunflower kernels because it has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.
05/22/2016 04:15 PM EDT
Hy-Vee, Inc., based in West Des Moines, Iowa, is voluntarily recalling six trail mix products across its eight-state region due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. The products include Hy-Vee Caramel Cashew Honey Crunch Trail Mix, Hy-Vee Dark Chocolate Cranberry Trail Mix, Hy-Vee Mountain Trail Mix, Hy-Vee Mountain Trail Mix To Go, Hy-Vee Berry Trail Mix and Hy-Vee Santa Fe Trail Mix.