Friday August 23, 2019

 

Thursday’s high, 80; Overnight low, 54

FRI-MOSTLY SUNNY, HIGH  68

FRI NIGHT-MOSTLY CLEAR, LOW 47

SAT-MOSTLY SUNNY, HIGH 69

SAT NIGHT-MOSTLY CLEAR, LOW 50

SUN-SUNNY, HIGH 72

SUN NIGHT-partly cloudy, low 51

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Obituary : Joyce Stevens, Galeton

Duke Center woman accused of threatening to use a gun on co-workers…..Portville man arrested for violating PFA…Eldred resident charged for unauthorized use of a vehicle…Engagement ring stolen from McKean  County home…Two drivers and some passengers hurt in head-on crash Thursday in Elk County…Mushrooms may hold key to eradicating Spotted Lanternfly…..

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A 59 year old Duke Center woman is facing charges for allegedly making  terroristic threats  at a local business last  weekend.  State police did not release the suspect’s name but claim she threatened to harm three of her co-workers with a gun.

A Portville man is being charged for violating a PFA order on the Oil Valley Road in Otto Towsnhip Sunday morning. The order had been filed on behalf of a 28 year old Duke Center woman.

A charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle is pending against a 37 year old Eldred man. Troopers at Lewis Run allege the suspect “borrowed” a 2008 Mercury  Mariner from a 56 year old Eldred woman August 4 without her permission.

Troopers at Lewis Runny also report investigating the theft of an engagement ring from a home on the North Branch Road in Eldred Township, on August 4.

Both drivers and passengers in one unit were hurt in a head-on collision Thursday afternoon in Ridgway Township. State police report the collision occurred when David Kronewetter of Clearfield was traveling too fast as he approached traffic stopped in his lane. Kronewetter swerved to the left to avoid running into the parked vehicles but hit a northbound Chevrolet Tracker driven by Lucia Guarnieri of Jamestown head-on. Kronenwetter was takento Penn Highlands Elk for treatment of unknown injuries. Guararnieri and her passengers, John Guarnieri, and a 7 year old girl declined treatment.

Joyce Stevens, 82, of Galeton, PA, died Tuesday, August 20, 2019 in the Green Home, Wellsboro.  Born February 27, 1937, in Wellsville, NY, she was the daughter of John V. and Junita Fabeann aSantarella Carlin.  On July 10, 1954, in Sunderlinville, she married Ray C. Stevens, who predeceased her on August 12, 2014.  She was employed by Galeton Production, Truck-lite in Wellsboro, and Galeton Foodland.  Joyce was a member of God’s New Beginnings Church in Harrison Valley.  Surviving are:  a son, Darwin (Hope) Stevens of Sabinsville;  five grandchildren, Tracey J. (Kezia) Stevens, Nicole Gill, Lucinda (Clayton) Duell, Amanda Stevens, and Nathan (Loria) Stevens;  17 great-grandchildren;  five great-great-grandchildren;  two brothers, Mark (Patti) Carlin of Aberdeen, WA and Anthony (Lynn) Carlin of Nelson;  two sisters, Patricia Arndt of Aberdeen, WA and Lorena Wyatt of Nelson; nieces, nephews, and cousins.  In addition to her husband, she was predeceased by a son, Allen R. Stevens, on December 16, 2008; a brother, Cecil Carlin;  and a sister, Pauline Clark.  Friends may call at Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA on Saturday, August 24, 2019 from 10:00 – 11:00 AM, with Funeral Services following at 11:00 AM.  The Rev. David R. Brelo will officiate.  Burial will be in Parker Hill Cemetery.  Memorials may be made to God’s New Beginnings Church, 104 East Main St., Harrison Valley, PA 16927.