On August 31 at 10:08 pm Norwich Fire and Phoenix ambulance were dispatched for a one vehicle rollover crash at Red Mill Rd. and Bunker Hill Rd. There is a 54 year old male patient with Minor injuries. The driver swerved to miss a deer the truck is on its side blocking the roadway
On August 31 at 8:54 pm. Roulette Twp. Fire Dept. was dispatched Rt. 6 for an unknown type of fire behind Potter Pac. Responding units have been unable to find a fire at the location. All units have been recalled residents reported a controlled burn up the road from that location.
Coudersport Public Library will hold a Book Sale Friday and Saturday, Sept. 1 and 2, at the Library.
A book cart with sale books for children and adults is located on the porch, with tables loaded with books for all ages inside the library. Books can be purchased individually, or fill a Library-supplied bag for $5.00.
Sale hours are Friday, 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Proceeds benefit the Library’s general operating fund.
ServSafe is a certification program developed by the Restaurant Association Education Foundation. The course meets certification requirements for individuals who are responsible for the safe handling of food in restaurants, schools, elder care facilities, lodges, bed and breakfasts, community centers, and other food concessions (organizations or businesses that sell or prepare food on a regular basis).
This course, taught by Rick Kralj, Penn State Educator, is scheduled for Mondays, September 25 and October 2, 2023, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Education Council’s Coudersport office. The cost is $185/person. The registration deadline is Monday, September 18th. To register, call (877) 489-1398 or go to http://extension.psu.edu/food-safety/serv-safe.
|Weis Markets Issues an Allergy Alert for Weis Quality Premium Brownie Moose Tracks Ice Cream Due to Undeclared Egg Allergen|
Sunbury, PA (AUGUST 31, 2023) – Weis Markets Inc. of Sunbury, PA today said it is recalling containers of Weis Quality Brownie Moose Tracks Ice Cream (48oz) because the product may contain undeclared EGG. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to EGG run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reactions if they consume this product.
Product was distributed to all 197 Weis Markets’ retail stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey, New York, Delaware and West Virginia.
The ice cream is packaged in a round container with a UPC of 041497-01194. All sell by dates are included in the recall as a precaution. Sell by dates are located on the bottom of the container. An example of the container and lid has been included with this release.
|Marlex Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Issues Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Digoxin Tablets USP, 0.125mg and Digoxin Tablets USP, 0.25mg Due to Label Mix-Up|
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 30, 2023 – New Castle, Delaware, Marlex Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is voluntarily recalling one lot of Digoxin Tablets USP, 0.125mg and one lot of Digoxin Tablets USP, 0.25mg to the consumer level due to Label Mix-Up. Bottles of Digoxin Tablets, USP 0.125mg s are incorrectly labeled and contain Digoxin Tablets USP, 0.25mg Tablets. Bottles of Digoxin Tablets USP, 0.25mg are incorrectly labeled and contain Digoxin Tablets USP, 0.125mg.Digoxin Tablets USP, 0.125mg are yellow, circular, beveled, uncoated tablets scored between “N” and “201” on one side and plain on the other side.
Digoxin Tablets USP, 0.25mg are white to off-white, circular. beveled, uncoated tablets scored between “N” and “202” on one side and plain on the other side.
Risk Statement: The mix-up in labels can cause either overdosing or underdosing in patients who unknowingly take the wrong dose. Patients who intend to take Digoxin Tablets USP, 0.125mg, but unknowingly Digoxin 0.25mg would receive a super potent dose and can experience significant drug toxicity (mental disorientation, dizziness, blurred vision, memory loss and fainting) from the unintentional overdose.
At 4:55 PM on Thursday, Coudersport Fire Dept has been called to Buffalo Street in the area of Dollar General for a possible vehicle fire. Smoke is showing from a school bus.
In my opinion we have enjoyed a very nice summer stretch of weather. That includes the month of August.
Rainfall has caught up somewhat and we have missed the many predicted severe weather events. We did have a strong wind blow through in June one evening and according to my readings the temperature neared 90 one day in July.
For the month of August we had morning readings in the 50s and 60s. It hit 70 on the morning of the 6th. Good sleeping weather. Afternoon readings were in the high 70s and low 80s. We had 18 foggy mornings and 6 thunderstorms.
Perfect grass growing weather allowed everyone to get out on your tractors and mow. Now comes leaf raking or mulching followed by plowing snow. Keep those John Deeres ready.
The average high temperature for August is 76 degrees and the average low is 54 degrees. The average rainfall for the month is 4.03″ We received 6.82″. Pine Creek looks very good for this time of year.
August seems to have flown by. Now the months will start to slow down.
Henry W. Lush,
National Weather Service Observe
At 3:50 PM on Thursday, Roulette Ambulance has been called to the Friendly Inn on Main Street for a male victim of a bicycle accident.
Donald Anthony Corey, 72, of Warren, PA, passed away on Thursday, August 31, 2023, in his home after an extended illness.
A complete obituary will be published when it’s available.
The Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home Inc., has been entrusted with the funeral arrangements.
Robert Thomas “Tink” OLNEY, 86, of Potter Brook, Westfield, PA, died Wednesday, August 30, 2023.
Born October 12, 1936, in Benezette, he was the son of Dee Harold and Almira Libbey Olney. He was raised by his mother in Elkland. When he was a pre-teen, his mother married Merle Beebe who became his father and they moved to Academy Corners.
A 1954 graduate of Cowanesque Valley High School, he enlisted in the US Navy at age 17 and served honorably from 1954 – 1957.
On September 4, 1959, in Potter Brook, he married the former Barbara Joy Houghtaling, who predeceased him on March 31, 1985. On May 28, 1988, in Potter Brook, he married the former Dianne R. Connolly Graves, who survives.
He was employed by Ingersoll-Rand and Dresser-Rand in Painted Post, NY for over 40 years and owned and operated the Robert T. Olney Insurance Agency.More
Allegany County is seeing an increase in people having contact with bats inside their homes or camps.
The Allegany County Department of Health would like to remind you, if you find a bat in your home that may have been in contact with a person or pet, please CATCH THE BAT! DO NOT RELEASE IT!!!More
“beloved wife, mother grandmother, and sister”
SHINGLEHOUSE, Pa.—Tammy Marie Broshar-Paddock, 63, of Shinglehouse, formerly of Olean, NY and Wellsville, NY, passed away unexpectedly in her home on Monday, August 28, 2023.
Born on Friday, October 9, 1959 in Arlington, Texas, she was a daughter of Robert E. and Alice M. Howell Broshar. On October 7, 2001 in Geneva, N.Y., she married Jonathan S. Paddock, who survives.
Tammy was self-employed as a furniture painter, owning Alice’s Wonderland in Wellsville, N.Y., where she offered handmade products, such as soaps and candles. Tammy served as the Dog Control officer in Wellsville for several years.More
This Friday please be mindful court is in session and the parking lot is not to be utilized.
Clearfield, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation(PennDOT), the Highway Safety Network, and the Pennsylvania DUI Association (PA DUI) stressed the dangers of impaired driving and urged everyone to celebrate responsibly by selecting a designated driver before their Labor Day Weekend celebrations.More
At 11:25 AM on Thursday, Shinglehouse ambulance has been called to the Health Center for a possible CVA.
At 11:08 AM on Thursday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched for a fall victim outside at Sweden Valley Manor.
Registration Open for 2023 PA Route 6 Educational Workshop, Annual Meeting & Do 6 Awards Program in Corry
The PA Route 6 Alliance invites individuals and groups from across its 11-county PA Route 6 Heritage Corridor to join them October 5-6 in the Heritage Community of Corry, Pennsylvania, for the 2023 Educational Workshop, Annual Meeting and “Do 6” Awards Program.
The event kicks off with the Educational Workshop on Thursday, October 5th in Corry.More
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will kick off its 60th anniversary celebration year on Tuesday, Sept. 5, by celebrating Founders’ Day from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Bromeley Quadrangle.
Other events planned for the year include a gallery show of historic photos from the Pitt-Bradford archives, special Alumni and Family Weekend Activities, and a 60th Anniversary Film Series. All events are free and open to the public.
The Founders’ Day celebration, which began as part of the university’s 50th anniversary year, is a free community event commemorating the first day of classes at Pitt-Bradford on Sept. 3, 1963.
This year’s event will include a complimentary lunch, chances to win Pitt-Bradford prizes, and a performance by Slick, the faculty-staff band. Slick consists of Dr. Drew Flanagan, assistant professor of history, on vocals; Alan Hancock, technical analyst, on lead guitar; Dr. Max Jensen, assistant professor of Spanish, on drums and vocals; Mary Kafferlin, library specialist, on bass; and Dr. Matt Kropf, associate professor of engineering technology, on keyboard.More