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Tuesday, June 27, 2017


American playwright David Auburn’s "Proof," winner of both the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for drama and the Tony Award for best play, explores the question, "How far will I go to prove my love for my family?"

The play focuses on the relationship between two people who happen to be a father and his daughter. The father, a brilliant mathematician, has suffered from mental illness for much of his life. His daughter has found herself the sole caregiver, since her sister lives in a distant city. Auburn examines family dynamics as his characters wrestle with what it takes to prove love and loyalty to each other.

"Proof" was written as a play first, winning both a Pulitzer and Tony, and was then made into a successful film starring Anthony Hopkins and Gwyneth Paltrow as the father and daughter. "I was moved by the struggle of these individuals to hold onto their family connections," said director, Thomas Putnam. "To what lengths must/should/can we go to keep these connections viable? What sacrifices are required?"

Auditions will be at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, July 9, 10 and 11 at the Warehouse Theatre at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro. No experience is necessary to audition. There are roles in this play for two men and two women: the father around 50; the daughter around 25; her older sister; and a male graduate student in his 20s.

Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 29 and 30 and Oct. 6 & 7 and at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 1 at the Warehouse Theater.

For more information about the auditions or to make reservations for the performances, call Hamilton-Gibson at 570-724-2079 or email


A Waldo standee is shown with From My Shelf Books' sculptured mascot to announce the start of the annual scavenger hunt.

This Saturday, July 1, Waldo-spotters will set off on a hunt to find Waldo, the elusive character hidden around dozens of downtown businesses in Wellsboro and beyond. Kids, parents, and Waldo-lovers of all ages are invited to participate. Anyone who wants to join the hunt can pick up a Find Waldo passport at a participating business and collect a store stamp or signature for each Waldo they spot. Hundreds of Waldo spotters will be eligible for prizes to be given out at the Waldopalooza party at From My Shelf Books on Monday, July 31. Waldo's official 30th birthday is being celebrated this year. For more information, call 570-724-5793.


Free programs and activities are being offered at Hills Creek and Cherry Springs state parks.

At Hills Creek

WELLSBORO—Hills Creek State Park at 111 Spillway Road is seven miles northeast of Wellsboro in Charleston Township via Charleston Street and Hills Creek Lake Road. Most programs will be in the park's Nature Center area located in the campground between B and C loop.

July 4 is Fish-for-Free Day
On Independence Day, Tuesday, July 4 from 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. is Fish-for-Free Day for residents and non-residents at Hills Creek Lake. No one needs a fishing license. All other fishing regulations still apply. Tackle will be available by request throughout the day. No registration is required.

Fishing, Filleting Demo
A special two-hour free Family Fishing & Filleting program will begin at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, July 4 in the beach area. Families can find out how to get more out of fishing by learning about habitats, bait, tackle, fishing knots and different equipment to add to anglers' enjoyment and success. That will be followed near the park concession stand around 10:30 a.m. by a 30-minute filleting demonstration, including a sampling of cooked, freshly caught fish. Registration is required. Register by stopping at the park office or calling.

Free Tackle Available
Visitors to Hills Creek State Park are invited to take advantage of the free Tackle Loaner program sponsored by the PA Fish and Boat Commission and the park. Sign-out a pole and tackle anytime from 8 a.m. to noon at either the park concession near the beach or at the campground host (site #6) in the campground. Gear can be returned anytime afterwards until sunset at the concession. Bait will be available for a small cost. Inquire about signing-out free equipment at other times by contacting the park office.

Timber Rattlesnakes
On Friday, July 7 from 7 to 8 p.m. in the park's Nature Center area, retired biology teacher Allan Puskar will give a one-hour program about Pennsylvania's largest venomous reptile. Using live rattlesnakes and other artifacts, he will provide factual information about this often, misunderstood reptile.

Canoe Tour 
Explore the wildlife of Hills Creek Lake via canoe while learning about their history and management during a free two-hour canoe tour on Saturday, July 8 from 6-8 p.m. Be at the beach area at 5:30 p.m. All equipment will be provided but canoes will be first come, first served. Participants should be physically able to paddle a canoe over flat water for short distances. Those who wish can use their own canoes. Pre-registration is required. To participate, pre-register at the park office in person or call 570-724-4246 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays.

Bats on the Brink 
On Saturday, July 8 as darkness falls at 9 p.m. at the Nature Center, learn about the many benefits of bats, the very real threat they face today, and what you can do to help. As the conclusion of this one-hour free program, watch the park bats emerge for their evening meal of mosquitoes and other insects.

Bears of Pennsylvania 
Learn how to peacefully coexist with black bears in the event of an encounter as this is the height of the breeding season and there is a large bear population in this area. This free one-hour program will be on Sunday, July 9 from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the park's Nature Center.

To Register
Information about Hills Creek programs is available online at Have questions? Call the park office at 570-724-4246.

At Cherry Springs

COUDERSPORT—Cherry Springs State Park at 4639 Cherry Springs Road, Coudersport is 12 miles from Galeton via West Branch Road and 15 miles from Coudersport via Route 44.

All visitors who plan to view the night skies are asked to arrive at the park before dark. People may observe on their own and do not have to attend a stargazing program. If it rains, thunders or is cloudy, all programs will be cancelled.

Check for 48-hour cloud cover forecasts and viewing conditions or call (814) 435-1037 and select Option #5.

Family Astronomy is June 30 & July 3 
In the Night Sky Viewing Area at 8 p.m. on Friday, June 30 and Monday July 3, experience the dark night skies of Cherry Springs State Park during this family friendly astronomy program. Join park staff for a short discussion followed by activities for families and young children who do not want to stay up late. Pre-registration is required to attend.

From 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. on Friday, June 30, Saturday, July 1, Sunday, July 2 and Monday, July 3 in the Night Sky Viewing Area, take a one-hour journey to the moon to explore its diverse landscape from highlands to volcanic plains and discover where lunar landings took place. On Saturday, July 8, this free Lunar Viewing program will be one and a half hours in length starting at 9 p.m. and ending at 10:30 p.m. Pre-registration is required for those who want to use the park's telescopes. Those who don't can hear the presentation by park staff without pre-registering.

To Register 

Online registration for stargazing programs is required. Visit If there is a problem with registering online or for information about these free programs, call (814) 435-1037 or (814) 435-5010.

The Winkler Gallery of Fine Art and Education Center hosts The July First Friday Event

The Winkler Gallery of downtown DuBois invites community members to attend the first ever “First Friday” event on Friday July 7, 2017 at the Winkler Gallery of Fine Art located at 36 N. Brady Street, DuBois, PA.

The “July First Friday Event” is free and open to all and will begin at 5:30pm. This kickoff event will be the first of many held on the first Fridays of each month at The Winkler Gallery. The July 7 event will highlight local gallery artists and their wide array of work, including a meet and greet with Artist of the Month Kathy Mohney. There will also be live music. Refreshments will be provided for attendees as they socialize and browse the exhibits. A chairlift is available for handicap accessibility.

All donations and proceeds from art purchases will further fund The Winkler Gallery of Fine Art & Education Center, a leading nonprofit provider of art education and enrichment in the area. Those interested in signing up for art classes will have the ability to do so at the July First Friday event as well.

For more information or to donate online, please visit

Regular Gallery Hours:

Tuesday - Thursday, 11AM - 6PM

Friday - Saturday, 11AM - 8PM

Bradford Firefighters Dispatched To Holiday Inn Express

At 3:46 PM on Tuesday, Bradford firefighters have been dispatched to the Holiday Inn Express for a commercial fire alarm. A smoke detector on the third floor has activated on the south end.
3:50 PM--Bradford Township recalled.

Phyllis L. (Gautiero) Babasick, age 83, of Stratford

Phyllis L. (Gautiero) Babasick

Phyllis L. (Gautiero) Babasick, age 83, of Stratford, beloved wife of the late Joseph J. Babasick, passed away on June 18, 2017 in Bridgeport Hospital.

Phyllis, a retired sales associate for D.M. Read’s Department Store was born in Bridgeport, CT on December 1, 1933 to the late Anthony and Margaret (Sabo) Gautiero and has been a life long area resident.

She was a member of the Ladies Guild at St. Mark’s Church for many years and took joy in participating in their many service projects to help others. Phyllis also loved the Christmas season and was known for her intricate handmade ornaments. She will be remembered as a loving and devoted wife, mother, and grandmother.

Survivors include her devoted sons, Paul Babasick of Houston, TX, and Dr. David (Babasick) Lauren and his wife Beverly of Huntington, 2 grandchildren, Andrew and Olivia Babasick, and 3 step-grandchildren, Brendan, Brianna, and Brody Biebel, a sister Barbara Edwards and her husband Rudy of Newtown, a brother Richard Gautiero of Florida, and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her beloved husband and parents, Phyllis was pre-deceased by her infant son, Michael.

Friends may call on Friday July 30, 2017, from 4-7 p.m. in the Adzima Funeral Home 50 Paradise Green Place Stratford. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, July 1, 2017 at 10 a.m. in St. Mark Church 500 Wigwam Lane, in Stratford. Interment will be in St. John’s Cemetery.

Local arrangements are under the direction of the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc.

Online condolences may be expressed at

James "Jim" P. Gallagher, 93, Bradford, PA

James P. Gallagher

James "Jim" P. Gallagher, 93, a lifelong resident of the area, died peacefully in his home on Sunday, June 25, 2017.

Born July 12, 1923 in Bradford, he was a son of the late Paul and Mable C. (Benson) Gallagher.
WWII Veteran

Mr. Gallagher was a 1942 graduate of Bradford High School. After high School he enlisted in the United States Navy, served during WW II, and was honorably discharged.

On June 18, 1949, in Bradford, he married Marjorie (Swarm) Gallagher who died June 14, 2009.

He had been employed by Kendall Motor Oil CO. in the multigraph department for over 40 years. He enjoyed bowling and had bowled in the Sunday Night mixed league at Byllie Lanes and later in the Case Cutlery League.

Jim was a member of the Emanuel Lutheran Church, where he served as an usher, the property committee for two years and other various programs at church. He volunteered with the Red Cross through the Meals on Wheels program, and was a member of the American Legion.

He loved to garden, hunt and fish. He was a natural carpenter and loved to build things. He also loved spending time with his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren,

Surviving are three children, a daughter, Wendy Ann Gallagher, of Boulder, CO, two sons, Stephen (Nancy Brown) Gallagher, of Boyinton Beach, FL, and Kevin Gallagher, of Bradford,three grandchildren,Kristen, Anna and Sean and four great grandchildren, CJ, Cole Christian, and Ariyah, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, three sisters, and one brother.

Family will be receiving friends on Saturday, July 1, 2017 from 10:00 to 11:00 am in the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes, Inc, 372 East Main Street, where funeral an committal services will be held at 11:00 with Rev. Thomas Pierotti, pastor of the Emanuel Lutheran Church officiating. Burial will be in McKean Memorial Park.

Memorials if desired may be made to the charity of the donor's choice.

On line condolences may be made at

Port Allegany Youth Football Registration July 1st

Lane Closed by Vehicle Crash on I-80 EB in Union County

Montoursville, PA – Motorists traveling on Interstate 80 eastbound in Union County are advised the left (passing) lane is closed near mile 206 in White Deer Township due to a crash involving multiple vehicles. The crash occurred just west of a construction zone in which the right lane is closed.

Motorists should drive with caution and be alert for slow-moving vehicles and changing traffic patterns.

PA GEN ENERGY CO LLC Reports Drilling Started

PA GEN ENERGY CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Gamble Twp Township

PA GEN ENERGY CO LLC reports drilling started on 2017-06-27 00:00:00 at site COP TRACT 724 PAD A 2752 in Gamble Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, spud, drilling, gas, unconventional


06/26/2017 12:42 PM EDT
Publix Super Markets is issuing a voluntary recall for Publix Tropical Medley Mix because it may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes. Publix received notification of the potential contamination from our supplier of dried apricot, The 5.7oz clear plastic containers of the mix were sold from Publix retail produce departments in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee and North Carolina with a UPC of 41415088586. All use by dates are being recalled.
06/26/2017 12:42 PM EDT
Publix Super Markets is issuing a voluntary recall for Publix Tropical Medley Mix because it may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes. Publix received notification of the potential contamination from our supplier of dried apricot, The 5.7oz clear plastic containers of the mix were sold from Publix retail produce departments in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee and North Carolina with a UPC of 41415088586. All use by dates are being recalled.
06/27/2017 10:41 AM EDT
Global Lamsheng Kee Inc., Brooklyn, NY is recalling Frozen Fish Tofu, Frozen Fried Fish Ball and Frozen White Fish Ball because they may contain undeclared egg. People who have allergies to egg run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.
06/27/2017 03:53 PM EDT
PharMEDium Services is conducting a limited, voluntary recall due to Hospira Inc.’s (“Hospira”) June 15, 2017 recall announcement that microbial growth was detected during a routine simulation of the manufacturing process and therefore there was a lack of sterility assurance. The products being recalled by PharMEDium Services were compounded using certain Hospira products.

2nd Annual Pasture Walk

Emporium, June 27, 2017: The Cameron County Conservation District will be holding the 2nd Annual Pasture Walk on July 19, 2017 at the Steve and Laura Zoschg Farm, located on Britton Hill, in Emporium. 

This event is free with eligible participants receiving one core pesticide credit. A picnic will start off the event at 5:30 p.m. with guest speakers to follow. If are interested in attending or would like more information, please contact the Cameron County Conservation District at 814-486-2244 or e-mail at Funding has been provided by PACD Non-Point Source Mini-Grant.

Coudersport Ambulance Dispatched To Sweden Valley Manor For A Medical Emergency.

At 11:20 AM on Tuesday Coudersport Ambulance was dispatched to Sweden Valley Manor for a medical emergency.

Vote Postponed On Frackwater Processing Plant At Coudersport Authority Meeting

Bryan Welsh

A lot to digest and some perplexing information needing further researched. A big thank you to CAMA for postponing the vote on the lease agreement on the frackwater processing plant. An informed public is the basis of a true democracy. 

Public q and a meeting on July 12.

Big thanks also to the citizens who made it to the meeting. We the people need to be part of the process if we want our voices heard.

I will be setting up a page on Facebook tentatively called "Lets talk!" as a contact point and general way for me to try and answer any questions or concerns.

It will hopefully enable me to address things in a more timely manner. I'll also be putting my cell number and email addy there to share with those who don't use Facebook. Feel free to contact me any time. I will be spending a lot more time at 129 main street as my wife and I are opening an art studio and used book store there. Feel free to stop me if you see me on the street. Open communication is integral to any relationship whether it's personal, business, or governmental.

Roulette Residents Recycling: Nita Is Getting Tired Of Dumpster Diving!!

Roulette Residents

The recycle dumpsters have had a lot of stuff dumped in them lately that does not belong in there. I personally am getting tired of digging it out. I am going to give a list of stuff that can go in the dumpsters and stuff that cannot go in. If the issue continues then you may be asked to put your items in one by one instead of just dumping them in.

Cardboard almost any cardboard but pizza boxes must be clean.

Paper includes newspapers, junk mail, envelopes, magazines, egg cartons (not foam egg cartons), soft covered books (no hard back books), etc.

Plastics containers #1 - #7 anything with a triangle, i.e., milk jugs, detergent bottles, shampoo , etc. It does not include anything like PVC pipe is made of, including kayaks cut in half. All plastics must have a recycle triangle on them or they do not go in.

Glass is bottles and containers such as pickle jars, mayonnaise jars, etc. It does not include window glass, mirrors, dishes of any sorts, pyrex, ceramics, foam packaging, any kind of kind of Styrofoam, pots and pans of any sorts.

There is to be no plastic bags with the exception of your shredded paper and that must be in a clear bag. All recycles must be dumped of food waste and rinsed. Thank you

Nita Spencer
Secretary / Treasurer

Motor Vehicle Inspection Course

The Seneca Highlands Career and Technical Center is offering a Pennsylvania State approved motor vehicle inspection course for passenger cars; light trucks; motorcycles; medium/heavy trucks; and busses. This program includes classroom and hands-on instruction. Participants must provide a valid driver's license and Social Security card to register for this program.

This course will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 11, 13, 18 and 20, 2017 from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. The Tactile Exam is scheduled for Saturday, July 22nd from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information or to register, call the Education Council’s Port Allegany office at 814-545-1333.

Chelseas Lyons Sentenced To 1 to 3 Years in State Prison For Drug Death

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Coudersport Class of 1977 40th Class Reunion Saturday, July 1st At The Crittenden Hotel

Help May Be Available To Pay For Your Medicare Premiums & Copays

St. Paul Lutheran and First Presbyterian Churches will be sponsoring the popular "Traveling Day Camp"

Coudersport Ice Mine Listed As One Of Top 10 Places To Visit In Pennsylvania

Do You Have Medicare? Call Apprise For Information To Lower Co-Pays Or Part B Premiums

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

Eyeglasses Found In Woods Off East Hicks Run Road

Monday, June 26, 2017

Port Allegany Dispatched To Possible Structure Fire

At 11:43 PM on Monday, Port Allegany Fire Department has been dispatched to a possible structure fire in the area of 203 North Main Street.
A caller on Church Street reports heavy smoke in the area. 

PennDOT, Safety Partners Distribute Impaired Driving and Boating Safety Materials Ahead of Independence Day Holiday

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), the Community Traffic Safety Project, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) and Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police Department (TVRPD) today met at Crystal Beverage in Jersey Shore to promote safe driving and boating during an Independence Day Impaired Driving Mobilization beginning Friday, June 23 through July 5, 2017.

Participants discussed regional DUI patrols both on and off the water as part of this year’s impaired driving mobilization which runs from June 23 through July 4. As part of the campaign, TVRPD distributed “Boating Under the Influence-What do you know?” posters to area businesses that are patronized by river lot campers and visitors.
The Independence Day weekend is the busiest period of the boating season as well as the most dangerous on the waterways.
Under Pennsylvania law, boat operators can be arrested for BUI while operating any watercraft if they are incapable of safe operation regardless of any blood alcohol concentration (BAC).
Waterways Conservation Officer Emmett Kyler noted “The penalties for an individual convicted of BUI are very similar to the DUI penalties with the exception an individual will lose their boat operating privileges as opposed to their driver’s license. This is always a huge misconception.”

Per PennDOT data, last year there were 2,887 vehicle crashes resulting in 21 fatalities during the Independence Day Holiday from Friday, July 1, to Sunday, July 10.  Of those fatalities, eight were attributed to a drinking driver and four were attributed to a drugged driver.
PennDOT encourages drivers to plan ahead by either designating a sober driver or arranging for alternate transportation.
For more information about impaired driving, visit or call
Follow the conversation on social media by using #July4DUI or #DriveSober on Twitter at and like the department on Facebook at


Adventurer Tori Murden McClure, the first woman to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean, will speak this fall at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

McClure’s visit and talk at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 19 in the Bromeley Family Theater supplements students’ reading the story of her journey, “A Pearl in the Storm: How I Found My Heart in the Middle of the Ocean.” Students in freshman seminar, environmental studies, writing and composition classes will all read at least a part of the book.

“A Pearl in the Storm” will also be this year’s selection for One Book Bradford, a community common reader project.

“The book is more than the story of a great feat,” said Dr. Nancy McCabe, professor of writing and director of the writing program at Pitt-Bradford. “The details of rowing across the ocean are fascinating, but the journey of self-discovery is what really drew me and led me to use the book in a class here at Pitt-Bradford, where I got an enthusiastic response from my students.”

As if being the first woman to row solo across the Atlantic were not enough, McClure was one of two women and six Americans who cross-country skied their way to the geographic South Pole – a journey of 750 miles. She has climbed mountains on several continents, including Antarctica. She is the subject of the French documentary “Beyond Limits – Tori Murden.”

More than a dozen television shows and 30 major magazines have featured McClure’s story. Fellow sea adventurer Thor Heyerdahl presented her with the Peter Bird Trophy for Tenacity and Perseverance in 2000, the first time a woman was the honor’s recipient.

McClure holds a bachelor’s degree from Smith College, a Master of Divinity from Harvard University, a law degree from the University of Louisville and a Master of Fine Arts in writing from Spalding University, where she is now president.

It was in her connection to Spalding that McCabe first met McClure. McCabe teaches in the short-term residency MFA program at Spalding.

“Last fall at Spalding, Tori invited the creative nonfiction program to visit her boat, the American Pearl,” McCabe said. “She urged us to climb around on it. Sitting in the seat where she’d rowed for hours and hours and crawling into the coffin-sized cabin really hit home what it must have been like to have been in this boat barely bigger than a pickup truck in the midst of a vast ocean.”

One Book Bradford will hold a community book review at 10:30 a.m. Sept. 9 led by Rick Lutz, a retired Bradford Area School District English teacher who has paddled for long distances alone in his kayak.

Copies of “A Pearl in the Storm” will be available at The Panther Shop on campus in mid-July.

For disability needs, contact Carma Horner, disability resources and services coordinator, at 814-362-7609 or

McClure’s visit is co-sponsored by the Pitt-Bradford Spectrum Series and Freshman Seminar.

Welcoming Kaymen Nichols Born at Cole Memorial

Welcoming Braelynn Renee Podwoski Born at Cole Memorial

Girl Found In Port Allegany's Parents Have Been Found

Memorial for Milton Landes Saturday At Sharon Center Cemetery

Milton Landes

For those who wish to attend the interment for Milton Landes, is Saturday, July 1, at the 10:30 a.m. at the Sharon Center Cemetery, Sharon Center PA.

Friends and family are invited to attend a luncheon at noon in his honor at the Shinglehouse American Legion Post 530, Shinglehouse PA.

Samuel G. Langianese, 93, of Lewis Run, PA

Samuel G. Langianese

Samuel G. Langianese, 93, of Lewis Run, PA,  passed away on Monday, June 26, 2017 at his home.

He was born on August 7, 1923 in Lewis Run, a son of the late Michele and Josephine Benedict Langianese.

He was a graduate of the former St. Bernard School.

WWII Veteran
On May 10, 1947 in Lewis Run he married Florence Ives who preceded him in death on December 7, 2016.

He was a U.S. Army Air Corps veteran who served in the Pacific Theatre during World War II.

After being honorable discharged from the military Mr. Langianese worked for the former Hanley Brick Company, Lewis Run, and also at various local bars as a bartender. He then got a job working for American Airlines and moved to Chicago where he worked for twenty two years until his retirement at which point he moved back to Lewis Run.

He is survived by one brother, Matt Langianese of Beaumont, TX; one sister, Jean Senuta of Olean, NY and many nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents and wife he was also preceded in death by three brothers.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at the Mascho Funeral Home, Inc. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 AM on Thursday at Our Mother of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Lewis Run with the Rev. Leo Gallina as celebrant.

Entombment will be in St. Bernard Cemetery.

Memorial contributions in his memory can be made to the St. Bernard Elementary School Library, 450 West Washington St., Bradford, PA 16701.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the care of the Mascho Funeral Home, Inc.

Online Condolences can be expressed at

Bradford Ambulance Dispatched For Man Fallen From Roof

At 6:13 PM on Monday, Bradford Ambulance has been dispatched for a 55 year old man who has fallen from his roof on south Second Street in Foster Township.
Derrick City to Bradford Mall parking lot for Mercyflight.

PA Game Commission Makes Deals With Coal & Gas Companies In McKean, Bradford, Indiana and Lycoming counties


The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today approved energy-development agreements on three tracts of state game lands.

Amerikohl Mining Inc., of Butler, Pa., was approved to remove an estimated 15,840 tons of Lower Kittaning coal under about 13 acres on State Game Lands 276 in Burrell Township, Indiana County.

Amerikohl is developing a surface mining project for coal on private land situated between State Game Lands 276 and 153. Allowing that project to extend onto the game lands for complete removal of the Lower Kittaning coal crop will eliminate the potential for future downgradient mine discharges on game lands.

The board also approved an agreement with Chief Oil & Gas LLC, of Dallas, Texas, to develop the Game Commission’s oil and gas rights under about 499 acres of State Game Lands 36 in Franklin and Monroe townships, Bradford County.

Chief has a strong, privately owned oil and gas lease position surrounding this portion of game lands, and has the ability to develop the reserve without any surface disturbance to the game lands.

This agreement will result in a one-time bonus payment of about $1 million.

The board also approved a five-year option to enter into an agreement with Seneca Resources, of Pittsburgh, to develop the Game Commission’s oil and gas rights under about 2,151 acres of State Game Lands 133 in Gamble, Lewis and Cascade townships, Lycoming County. Seneca also has the ability to develop the reserve without any surface disturbance to the game lands.

As part of the agreement, Seneca will transfer to the Game Commission an 80-acre interior tract within State Game Lands 62 in Hamlin Township, McKean County.

Shinglehouse Ambulance To Health Center

At 4:35 PM on Monday, Shinglehouse Ambulance has been dispatched to the Health Center for a person ill.


Wellsboro, PA – The Penn Wells Hotel in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania is pleased to announce it has joined Historic Hotels of America®, the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The Penn Wells Hotel is one of more than 295 hotels and resorts throughout the country that is recognized by Historic Hotels of America for preserving and maintaining its historic integrity, architecture, and ambiance.

Shawn and Ellen Bryant are shown with the
 Historic Hotels of America plaque. He is
chief executive officer of the Wellsboro Hotel
Company and she is president of the
Wellsboro Hotel Company.
“We are delighted to induct the Penn Wells Hotel, a Victorian style hotel built in 1869 to Historic Hotels of America.” said Lawrence Horwitz, Executive Director of Historic Hotels of America and Historic Hotels Worldwide. “We welcome the Penn Wells Hotel, Shawn and Ellen Bryant, and the Penn Wells staff into Historic Hotels of America.”

To be selected for membership in Historic Hotels of America, a hotel must be at least 50 years old; has been designated by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior as a National Historic Landmark or listed in or eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places; and recognized as having historic significance.

“We view the inclusion of the Penn Wells Hotel in the Historic Hotels of America as a wonderful tribute to generations of individuals who have maintained the Hotel’s historic value,” said Shawn Bryant, CEO of the Wellsboro Hotel Company. “We like to say that the Hotel is ‘a step back in time’ and preservation of that history is central to our mission. We are grateful to be included with other fine hotels that similarly represent and respect America’s history while actively meeting the current needs of travelers and communities.”

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Potter County Fair Livestock Entries are Due July 1, 2017

Livestock Entries are Due July 1, 2017

Advanced entries required for all livestock. Entries must be postmarked July 1 or before or hand delivered before or on July 1. If July 1 is Sunday, it will be July 2.. No late entries accepted. Entry is not considered complete until payment is made - this includes insufficient funds. No refunds.

Mail Horse entries and fees to Cheryl Wheaton, 22 Gadsby Hollow Road, Shinglehouse, PA 16748

Mail Sheep and Goat entries and fees to Beth Bell, 216 Chapman Brook, Shinglehouse, PA... 16748

Mail Rabbit, Beef, Dairy and Swine entries and fees to Judi Turton, 566 Cowburn Road, Ulysses, PA 16948

Entry forms and complete rules are available in the fair book (which is available on our website

Potter County Fair Horse Department
** There will be a normal fair for the horse dept. this year. We will be holding a youth horse show at 10 a.m. on Tuesday August 1st and an Open show on Thursday, Aug 3rd at 9 a.m.

** Horses may enter the fairgrounds on Monday, July 31st from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Please remember to not take your horse off of the trailer until it has been inspected by the horse committee.

** If you are only showing in the open show you may bring your equine in on Wednesday, August 2nd from 12 to 8 p.m.

Looking forward to a great fair!

Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers Announces $49,100 in Scholarships Awarded

The Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers is pleased to announce the 2017 scholarship recipients. The Community Foundation currently administers funds that specifically provide scholarships to students in Bradford, Potter, Sullivan and Tioga Counties Pennsylvania and Tioga County, New York.

Community Foundation Scholarships can be established by individual donors, corporations, and are often in honor or in memory of a loved one.


Donald & Larene Ayres Scholarship
Name Brandon J. Butters
High School Canton Area High School
College Millersville University
Amount $4,700

Troy Lions Club "Huck" Scholarship
Name Rebecca Case
High School Troy Area High School
College Penn State University, State College
Amount $1,500

Florence Bennett Memorial Scholarship
Name Julia Edwards
High School Wyalusing High School
College West Chester University
Amount $1,000

Dorothy Kemp Leonard Scholarship
Name Derrik T. Holton
High School Canton Area High School
College Pennsylvania College of Technology
Amount $4,000

Towanda Musical Society
Name Tyler Sheets
High School Towanda High School
College Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Amount $500

Victor & Carla Ross Scholarship
Name Lauryn E. Watkins
High School Canton Area High School
College Penn State, State College
Amount 1600 ($400/yr for 4 yrs)

Rockman's Tuxedo Shop - George & Babe Tymoski Scholarship
Name Matthew Williams
High School Sayre High School
College St. Bonaventure
Amount $500


Tomb Family Scholarship
Name Jenna Buck
High School Northern Potter High School
College Alfred State College
Amount $100

Ruth Agar Memorial Scholarship
Name Erica Hanes
High School Northern Potter High School
College Mansfield University
Amount $450

Ruth Agar Memorial Scholarship
Name Tucker Kosa
High School Northern Potter High School
College Alfred State College
Amount $450

Tomb Family Scholarship
Name Mikylah Lathrop
High School Northern Potter High School
College Alfred State College
Amount $100

Northern Potter Scholarship
Name Tory McCutcheon
High School Northern Potter High School
College Hiram College
Amount $1,000

Gerald F. Duffee, Sr. Scholarship
Name Alyson Rotello
High School Austin Area High School
College St. Francis University
Amount $1,000

Patrick W. Ryan Creative Writing & English Scholarship
Name Shania Nicole Soler
High School Coudersport High School
College University of Maine
Amount $1,000

Darlene J. Sitler Memorial Scholarship
Name Ellis Mae Sprow
High School Northern Potter High School
College St. Bonaventure University
Amount $1,000

Rose Marie Tubbs Memorial Scholarship
Name Ellis Mae Sprow
High School Northern Potter High School
College St. Bonaventure University
Amount $800

Sullivan County Scholarships Total: $1,500

Stefana "Stevie" Shoemaker Scholarship
Name Ruth Ann Green
High School Sullivan County High School
College Bloomsburg University
Amount $1,000

David A DeWire Scholarship
Name Maranna Nitcznski
High School Sullivan County High School
College Mansfield University
Amount $500

Tioga County, Pennsylvania Scholarships Total: $4,200

Kyle B. Lenhardt Scholarship
Name Melody Benner
High School Wellsboro High School
College Messiah College
Amount $1,000

Dr. Harry S. Williams Memorial Scholarship
Name Brittany Boyce
High School Williamson High School
College Elmira College
Amount $1,100

Alan B. Carr Memorial Scholarship
Name Jarrett K. Good
High School Cowanesque High School
College Alfred State University
Amount $1,000

Dr. Harry S. Williams Memorial Scholarship
Name Paige Swartz
High School Cowanesque High School
College University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Amount $1,100

Tioga County, New York Scholarships Given Total: $23,700

Katherine Kerrigan Scholarship
Name Angelina Barnhart
High School Waverly High School
College SUNY, Geneseo
Amount $2,000

Donald & Linda Jayne Wrestling Scholarship
Name Kamren Curtis
High School Waverly High School
College Corning Community College
Amount $500

Alice Walker Cooper Family Scholarship
Name Makayla Dodge
High School Waverly High School
College Medaille College
Amount $3,400

Katherine Kerrigan Scholarship
Name Katlin Hager
High School Waverly High School
College Hartwick College
Amount $2,000

Finkle Rosenberg Scholarship
Name Samantha Knop
High School Owego Free Academy
College SUNY, Broome
Amount $2,000

Bill Davis Scholarship
Name Zachary Krassin
High School Owego Free Academy
College West Virginia University
Amount $2,500

Alice Walker Cooper Family Scholarship
Name Taylor Lloyd
High School Waverly High School
College Corning Community College
Amount $3,400

Elizabeth Alamo Nursing Scholarship
Name Desirrae Miller
High School Waverly High School
College Alfred State College
Amount $500

Katherine Kerrigan Scholarship
Name Cali Park
High School Waverly High School
College Mansfield University
Amount $2,000

Katherine Kerrigan Scholarship
Name Rubina Tracy
High School Waverly High School
College Corning Community College
Amount $2,000

Alice Walker Cooper Family Scholarship
Name Kristin Whitley
High School Waverly High School
College Alfred State College
Amount $3,400

Founded in 2003, the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers serves 5 counties, Bradford, Potter, Sullivan and Tioga counties, PA and Tioga County, New York. The Foundation is committed to building philanthropic resources that will sustain healthy and vital communities now and into the future. The Foundation currently manages over 90 funds valued at over $5 million dollars and has awarded over $850,000 in grants and scholarships since inception, positively impacting hundreds of lives in the region. For more information on its work in the community contact Suzanne Lee at 570.888.4759.

Rush Race Results


June 25, 2017
(By Mike Leone)

(Franklin, PA)...The Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC RUSH Racing Series powered by Pace Performance made its first visit of the season to Tri-City Raceway Park on Sunday for the rescheduled "Bill Emig Memorial" for both the RUSH Late Model Touring Series and the RUSH Sportsman Modified Bicknell Racing Products Touring Series. Capturing wins were Jeremy Wonderling in the Late Models and Kyle Martell in the Sportsman Modifieds. The event was originally scheduled for Father's Day, but was postponed a week due to thunderstorms. Sunday's weather was fall-like with cool conditions and scattered showers, but the show was completed without any delay.

Jeremy Wonderling opened the Sweeney Late Model Touring Series with a thrilling victory at Stateline Speedway on May 20 by out-dueling standout Max Blair. On Sunday, Wonderling was the benefactor of a flat tire by Mike Pegher, Jr., who dominated the first half of the event, and went on for his second $2,000 Tour win of the season. The 30-lap victory was Wonderling's first ever at Tri-City and first ever "Bill Emig Memorial" win.

"It was good to win, but Mike Pegher has us covered on that one," stated the 37-year-old Wellsville, NY driver. "I see he had a flat tire and still finished second so I'm pretty sure he was the fastest one here, but I'll take them however I can get them. I knew if I moved John (Waters) up a little into the loose stuff he'd spin his tires, but I can't be too mean to him because I race him all the time and we're good friends. I had a softer tire than everyone so I was just trying to stay on the bottom. When Mike got by me I was just trying to maintain then I saw him pull off and thought 'I need to make the best of this while he's gone'. I didn't know Bill (Emig), but obviously he was a pretty good part of the sport with Vicki. Winning a prestigious event like this is pretty special."

Pegher was able to shoot past Wonderling racing off turn two on the opening lap for the lead. By lap three, Pegher began to pull away from the field, but his lead was erased when Christian Schneider spun to bring out the caution. When racing resumed on lap four, Jason Knowles moved into the top five past Bruce Hordusky, Jr. and brought J.J. Mazur with him in sixth. Hordusky would soon exit the event with a flat tire and was awarded the TBM Brakes "Tough Brake of the Night" recipient. Mazur then passed Knowles for the fifth spot on lap five.

Pegher soon pulled away again from the pack and opened up a straightaway lead by lap 10. Pegher caught lapped traffic on lap 13 and made a great move splitting W.L. Stile and Schneider by going three-wide down the frontstretch on lap 14. Knowles slowed to bring out the caution running sixth with 14 laps scored. Under caution, Pegher exited the event with a flat tire handing the lead to Wonderling with Bryce Davis, John Waters, and Mazur moving into the top four spots.

Back under green, Wonderling took off in the lead, while Davis got by Waters for second. It didn't take Pegher long to fly back through the field as he already was up to fourth on lap 16 when he got by Mazur. Pegher got the caution he needed when Tony White spun with 23 laps recorded.

The final seven laps went caution-free. Pegher got under Davis to take third on the restart and caught Waters on lap 26. The two were side-by-side in turn four on lap 27, and made contact with Pegher getting by for second. By now Wonderling had too much of a lead and would hold off Pegher to win by 1.864 seconds in his Terry Prince Contracting/Close Racing Supply/Mesler Trucking-sponsored #3J.

Pegher earned $1,000 for his runner-up finish in Brian Swank's #RJ1, and was awarded the Maxima Racing Oil "Maximum Performance award for his efforts all night long. "Those guys gave me a really good car tonight," expressed Pegher. "It's disappointing that we gave it away with a flat tire, but those guys work just as hard as anyone else. It was still good to come up and finish second in the end. Vicki (Emig) has done so much work over the years. I have to give her a round of applause and everything she does for this sport. It means a lot to us racers. We do appreciate it. Obviously I didn't get a chance to meet her dad, but I'm sure he was a pretty good dude."

Waters beat out Davis for third. Mazur, who is in his first year on the Tour, recorded his best finish in fifth. Jamie Wrightsman's sixth place was his best effort since a fifth at Expo Speedway on July 15, 2015. Michael Duritsky, Jr., who has five Sweeney Weekly Series wins this season at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex, made his first Sweeney Tour start of the season and finished seventh after starting 12th. He received a $100 Precise Racing Products gift card for being the "Pedal Down" Hard Charger.

Helen V. Quiggle Kroemer, 85, a resident of Kinzua Health and Rehabilitation Center, Warren, PA

Helen V. Quiggle Kroemer

Helen V. Quiggle Kroemer, 85, a resident of Kinzua Health and Rehabilitation Center, Warren, PA., died there Monday morning, June 26, 2017.

A complete obituary will be announced when available through the Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc.

Dickinson Center Seeking Part-Time Certified Peer Specialist In Potter County

PA Gas Drilling Permits Issued

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in McHenry Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2017-06-21 00:00:00 to PA GEN ENERGY CO LLC for site SGL 75 PAD A 2731 in McHenry Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Eldred Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2017-06-21 00:00:00 to INFLECTION ENERGY (PA) LLC for site TLC P1 in Eldred Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

Summer Concerts on the Port Allegany Town Square

Free Admission - Free Entertainment - Free Parking
June 29th
Every Thursday evening starting at 6:00PM
in the old fashion Gazebo on the Town Square on Main Street

This weeks’ show features:
Twin Tiers Community Band
A 21 piece orchestra ready to perform inspiring patriotic selections to celebrate the 4th of July!

Bring your favorite lawn chairs or a big blanket to spread out on the grass.
It’s a casual summer evening of warm breezes and great music for all ages.
With free admission, free parking and free entertainment everyone can attend.

Refreshments and beverages will be available for purchase at the food tent.

You don’t want to miss this summer concert of fun, food and fantastic entertainment in the friendly town of Port Allegany, PA. There are no rain dates.

Free concerts hosted by the Port Allegany Women’s Club and supported by the local businesses of Port Allegany

Twin Tiers Community Band

Programs Offered at Sinnemahoning State Park over Independence Day Weekend

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

Crayfish and Other Creek Critters, Saturday, July 1, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM, 40 Maples Day Use Area

Wade into the cool water to catch crayfish and other stream-dwelling animals. 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.

Shadow of Misunderstanding, Saturday, July 1, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM, Campground Amphitheater

Are timber rattlers as dangerous as the stories that surround them? Set aside your fears and learn about this mysterious, yet fascinating animal. Campground talk followed by a 30 minute video. Everyone is invited to this free family program.

Leaf Boats: DiscoverE Program, Sunday, July 2, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM, 40 Maples Day Use Area
Make boats out of leaves and other natural materials and float them on the First Fork Sinnemahoning Creek. This DiscoverE nature learning program is intended for families with children ages 4-8. Water shoes are recommended.

Owl Prowl, Sunday, July 2, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM, Campground Amphitheater

Learn about the wonderful owls that prowl the night woods in Pennsylvania. After a short discussion, join park staff in search of these night-flying creatures as we do a little prowling of our own on the Red Spruce Trail. Everyone is invited to this free family program! Wear sturdy shoes. Hike will cover about ½ mile over uneven terrain. Bring a flashlight.

Bike and Float the First Fork, Monday, July 3, 2017, 12:00-3:00 PM, 40 Maples Day Use Area
Join park staff on a bicycle tour along the Lowlands Trail, then enjoy a relaxing float back to 40 Maples on an inner tube. Adult bikes, inner tubes and life vests available. Group size is limited. Pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Fish for Free Day, Tuesday, July 4, 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 Tuesday, July 4, 2017. Forgot your fishing gear? No problem!! Loaner fishing tackle is available at the Park Office & Wildlife Center.

For more information about programs and events at Sinnemahoning State Park, contact the park office at 814-647-8401 or by email at Online, visit Sinnemahoning-State-Park on Facebook or view the PA State Park calendar of events at

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.

Ludlow & Kane Dispatched To 2 Vehicle Crash With Injuries

At 11:02 AM on Monday, Ludlow & Kane Fire Department & Ambulance dispatched to the area of Wetmore Road & Route 6 for a 2 vehicle crash with injuries.

Lawrenceville & Millerton Dispatched For One Vehicle Crash

At 10:57 AM on Monday, Lawrenceville & Millerton Fire Depts. dispatched to Rt. 328 & Burrows Hollow Road for a one vehicle crash. Reporting one person injured.

Digital Communication Commercial Creators

Come to STEM Camp to learn how to create your very own commercial to sell just about anything! We’ll be using storyboarding, film production, editing and sound engineering and come away with a commercial that you can post on YouTube! 

This free camp is made possible by generous donations through EITC Funds and is intended for students enter grades 8 through 12. The camp will be taught by Katie Sasala and Cara Bates and will be held Wednesday and Thursday, July 19 – 20, 2017 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Austin Area School District. 

Registration is limited to 18 - 20 participants, so register early! Call (814) 545-1333 or register online at

James L. “Jim” Pratt, Sr., 64, of Shinglehouse, PA, formerly of Bolivar, NY

James L. Pratt, Sr.
“beloved husband, father and grandfather

James L. “Jim” Pratt, Sr., 64, of Shinglehouse, PA, formerly of Bolivar, NY, passed away on Saturday, June 24, 2017 in Noyes Hospital, Dansville, NY, after suffering an apparent heart attack.

Born on May 28, 1953 in Olean, NY, he was a son of Charles and Lorena Ford Pratt, Sr. On November 6, 1981 in Coudersport, he married Teresa L. “Terry” Miller, who survives.
Jim was a graduate of Eldred High School. He was employed at the former Faulkner Fruit Market in Ceres, NY, by Blue Bird Bus Lines in Olean, and for 29 years Jim was the director of the Portville Central School bus system. He was also the owner/operator of the former Ceres Auto Repair.

Jim was a social member of the Brockton (NY) American Legion. He loved to fish and cherished his yearly trip to Black Lake, NY. His greatest love was his family and his beloved dog, Rascal.

Surviving besides his wife are six children, Sheila L. Spears of Olean, NY, Tami R. (Matthew) Peters of Olean, NY, Wendy (Jeff Baldwin) Gilliland of Bolivar, NY, Douglas A. Hardes of Portville, NY, Carla A. Pratt of Rochester, NY, and James L. “Jimbo” (Tina) Pratt, Jr. of Bolivar, NY; eleven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three sisters, Linda (Mike) Lewis of Smethport, Judy (Jerry) Walters of Hope Mills, NC, and Debra Moyer of Olean, NY; and many nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents and his second mother, Agnes Pratt, Jim was predeceased by a son, Kenneth Smith, Jr.; a daughter, Laurie Beth Pratt; and two brothers, Charles Pratt, Jr. and Joseph Pratt.

Friends may call from 2 to 4pm and 6 to 8pm on Wednesday at the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, 118 South Union Street, Shinglehouse, where funeral services will be held at 11am on Thursday, June 29, 2017 with the Revs. Robert M. and Sandra D. Howles, pastors of the Shinglehouse United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Shinglehouse.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, 219 Bryant Street, Buffalo, NY 14222. 

To express condolences or share a fond memory of Jim, please visit

Kathryn L. “Kay” Stuckey, 94, of Odin, PA

Kathryn L. Stuckey
“beloved mother and grandmother”

Odin, PA---Kathryn L. “Kay” Stuckey, 94, of Odin, passed away with her loving family by her side on Saturday, June 24, 2017, in Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport, after a short illness.

Born December 25, 1922 in DuBois, she was a daughter of Lee and Cordie English Neff. On April 2, 1941 in Emporium, she married Clifford S. Stuckey, who passed away on March 27, 1985.

Kay was a graduate of Renovo High School. She, along with her husband, owned and operated the former Stuckey’s General Store and Gas Station in Keating Summit, then ran Stuckey’s Tavern in Austin, and later they owned Stuckey’s Store in Austin.

For many years she was a driver for the IU9 program. 

Kay was a lifetime member of the Austin United Methodist Church, a member of the former Mecca Chapter #217 Order of the Eastern Star in Austin, and a member of the Birthday Club. She was an avid bowler. Her greatest love was being a loving wife, mother and grandmother.

Surviving are three daughters, Donna D. Campbell of Eldred, Thelma L. (Jim) Emigh of Morrisdale, and Sandra K. (John) Fowler of Austin; two sons, Clifford S. (Jeannie) Stuckey, Jr. of Costello and Ron L. (Robin) Stuckey, Sr. of Austin; seventeen grandchildren; thirty-four great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents and husband, Kay was predeceased by a daughter, Dixie L. Ripple; two grandsons, Todd M. Stuckey and Tony J. Emigh; two sons-in-law, Michael Campbell and William Ripple; and five sisters.

Friends may call from 11am to 12 noon on Saturday, July 1, 2017 at the Austin United Methodist Church, Turner Street, Austin, where funeral services will follow at noon with the Rev. Steven D. Small, pastor of the Southern Potter United Methodist Charge, officiating. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery, Austin.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Activity Fund of Cole Manor, 101 East Maple Street, Coudersport, PA 16915.

Kathryn’s family has entrusted her care to the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse.

To express condolences or share a fond memory of Kay, please visit


06/23/2017 07:31 PM EDT
ADM Animal Nutrition, a division of Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM), is recalling 50-pound bags of Rough-N-Ready 14 BT cattle feed, product number 54787BHB24, because the product contains elevated levels of monensin beyond the recommended dosage, which could be harmful to cattle. At elevated levels, monensin can be toxic to cattle and can cause colic-like symptoms, hypokalemia, myoglobinuria, chronic cardiovascular issues, and possible death.

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Coudersport Class of 1977 40th Class Reunion Saturday, July 1st At The Crittenden Hotel

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