Sunday’s high,28 ; Overnight low, 0; no precip.
MON-MOSTLY CLOUDY, CHANCE OF A FEW SNOW SHOWERS, HIGH 36
MON NIGHT-LOW IN THE UPPER 20s
TUE-MOSTLY CLOUDY, SOME LAKE EFFECT SNOW, HIGH 32
TUE NIGHT-LOW 21
WED-CHANCE OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW, HIGH IN THE UPPER 20s
WED NIGHT-LOW IN THE LOW TEENS
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Obituary: Nancy Baddick, Shinglehouse
Wilcox man jailed for firing shot toward another Wilcox resident…..Wellsboro couple charged with harassment after trying to stop car repossession…..Investigation continues into Kane House Fire….Brake failure causes Tioga County accident….Kane based state police still refusing to identify drivers and passengers……
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A dispute between two Wilcox men has resulted in one of them being charged with shooting at the other. Troopers at Ridgway explain Brandon Dilley, 33, went to the home of 34 year James Biel at 1905 Raselass Road last Tuesday night to retrieve personal property. A verbal argument escalated to the point where Biel allegedly fired a gun just passed Dilley’s head. Biel disappeared but a warrant was issued for his arrest and he was picked up last Thursday night., After being arraigned before District Judge Martin, Biel was committed to the Elk County Prison in lieu of $50,000 bail.
A Wellsboro couple is being charged with harassment after they allegedly tried to prevent a lawful vehicle repossession last Thursday night at 48 Route 549 in Richmond Township. Daryl Abplanalp, 27, and Jessie Catherman, 24 are facing a charge of disorderly conduct Jonathan Edmonson of Bloomsburg was sent to retrieve the 2012 GMC Sierra.
The investigation is continuing into a fire which destroyed a two-story wood frame house on Hacker Street in Kane Friday morning. Shawn Beimel, 43, was not at home when flames were discovered at around 19:40 am. Damage is estimated to be $100,000. There were no injuries.
A brake problem is said to have caused a one-vehicle accident in Tioga County early Friday morning. Mansfield based state police report Collin Bleiler of Arnot, PA was going west when the brakes system failed, causing the left front wheel to lock up. The 2014Subaru WRX skidded across the Charleston Road and hit a large rock before rolling over a couple of times, finally coming to rest against a utility pole.
Kane-based state police, despite being advised against their new practice by headquarters, continue to leave off the names of drivers and passengers, even when they are 18 or older. A 21 year old Smethport driver has been cited for speeding following a one-vehicle crash last Thursday night on Looker Mountain Trail in Otto Township. Troopers said the driver was not hurt after his Dodge Ram 2500 skidded out of control on the snow covered road on a right hand curve and fishtailed into the opposite lane, went back into its own lane, went off the pavement and struck a bridge rail.
Another crash was reported in that same general area Saturday afternoon. Troopers said 1 29 year old Eldred man was going east on Looker Mountain Trail when his Ford Ranger fishtailed off the road and hit a ditch. The truck became airborne coming to rest upside down.
Both drivers escaped injury in a collision last Friday afternoon on the Prentisvale Road in Eldred Township. State police at Kane said the fender-bender occurred when a 64 year old Eldred man was traveling west and tried unsuccessfully turn left into his driveway. His Ford F350 hit the rear-end of an eastbound Ford Fiesta driven by a 19 year old Coudersport man.
-Nancy D. Baddick, 67, of Shinglehouse, formerly of Tamaqua, passed away on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at UPMC Cole, Coudersport, after suffering injuries in a motor vehicle accident.
Born on January 17, 1951 in Coaldale, she was a daughter of Edward and Grace Bennage DeLay. On February 3, 1984 in Tamaqua, she married Thomas Baddick, who survives.
Nancy was a graduate of Marian Catholic High School in Tamaqua. She was employed as an x-ray technologist at Pocono Medical Center in East Stroudsburg for many years.
Nancy and her husband moved to Shinglehouse 10 years ago. She loved her home here. Raising and breeding Decker Terriers was her passion. She enjoyed canning and making jelly for family and friends. She also enjoyed growing vegetables and flower gardening. She loved animals of any kind.
Surviving besides her husband are two sons, Seth R. Parfitt of Durham, N.C. and Bryce Thomas Baddick of Shinglehouse; a daughter, Dr. Marissa B. (Marco) Abreu of Indianapolis, Indiana; a granddaughter, Delaney Parfitt; two sisters, Barbara DeLay of Tamaqua and Carol (John) Schickram of Hometown; a nephew, Bryan DeLay; two nieces, Amy Rarick and Johnna Schickram; and a grandnephew, Dylan DeLay.
Family and friends are invited to call from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, January 14, 2019, at the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, 118 South Union Street, Shinglehouse.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Teacher’s Pet Rescue, 19 Blackberry Lane, Coudersport, PA 16915.
Nancy’s family has entrusted her care to Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse.
To express condolences or share a fond memory of Nancy, please visit www.virgillhowardfuneralhome.com