Wednesday July 31, 2019

 

Black Forest Express

Bee Balm in Hebron Township                                                             –Gerri Miller

 

Tuesday’s High 83; Overnight  low, 63; .49” of rain

WED-MOSTLY CLOUDY, CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS, HIGH 78

WED NIGHT-LOW 59

THU-SHOWERS THEN CLEARING, HIGH 80

THU NIGHT-LOW, 57

FRI- MOSTLY SUNNY, MORE HUMID, HIGH 80

FRI NIGHT-LOW 61

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Causer’s first Senior Expo of the year will be held Friday in Bradford…Both drivers escape injury in Tioga County collision Sunday afternoon…No one hurt in later collision Sunday…..License plates stolen in two counties….

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(Scenes from Potter County Fair at end of this report)

Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) is reminding area senior citizens of the 17th annual Senior Citizens Expo this Friday, Aug. 2, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Sports and Fitness Gymnasium. Due to the expo, Causer’s offices in Bradford and Kane will be closed all day. The office in Coudersport will remain open and may be reached by calling 814-274-9769.
The event is free to attend, and lunch will be provided. State, county and local exhibitors will be on hand to distribute information and answer questions about a variety of issues. Health screenings will also be offered, and door prizes will be awarded. A new addition to the event this year features two informational sessions about REAL ID. PennDOT officials will discuss who needs to obtain a REAL ID and the documentation required to obtain it. The seminars will be held at 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
Additional expos are scheduled Friday, Sept. 13, at the Kane Community Center, and Friday, Oct. 11, at the Roulette Fire Hall. Both events also will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more information about the senior expos, contact Causer’s Bradford office at 814-362-4400. Information is also available at RepCauser.com or on Facebook at Facebook.com/RepCauser.

Both drivers and their passengers escaped injury in a collision Sunday afternoon in Nelson Township, Tioga County. Mansfield based state police report the collision occurred when 74yearold Rosemary Phelps turned her Ford Escape onto Lakeview Road from Route 49 and hit a Toyota Corolla driven by Clifford Dickersosn of Knoxville.  Two young children in the Phelps unit were in child safety seats and both drivers and Dickerson’s wife, Flora, were using seatbelts.

An Addison, NY driver was issued warnings about speeding and staying in his lane of travel after his Chevrolet Impala went off of Route 15 in Liberty Township, Tioga County Sunday evening and hit some guide wires before stopping on the median. Noah Blanchard was not hurt in the crash.

Troopers at Lewis Run are looking for a hit and run vehicle which damaged a 2006 Jeep Liberty parked in front of a residence on Dawson Street4 in Kane at around 3:30 am Tuesday. The driver left the scene without notifying police or the owner of the Jeep.

State police in two counties are investigating thefts of  license plates. Thieves removed a PA Trailer plate XCD0934 from a 2019 Carrie Craft parked on Pine Run Road in Lafayette Township Saturday afternoon.  And a license plate was taken from a car owned by Catherine Rotino of Wellsboro between June 1 and July 26 along with a carbon monoxide detector. The items total $100 in value.

 

Bill Gerski (l) VP of Tri-Co Connections explains the company’s deployment of Broadband services in the

service area to Co-op members.

Gerri Miller continues a long-standing tradition of broadcasting live from the Potter

County Fair

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Rides, festival foods, exhibits are all part of the annual Potter County Fair.