Thursday’s high, 75; Overnight low, 43 MOSTLY SUNNY TODAY HIGH 82 MOSTLY CLEAR TONIGHT A LOW OF 57. MOSTLY SUNNY AGAIN TOMORROW HIGH 84. SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS TOMORROW NIGHT, A LOW OF 61 SUNDAY AND MIXTURE OF CLOUDS AND SUN SLIGHT CHANCE OF SCATTERED SHOWERS. collier de perles dior collierpascher10199 A HIGH OF 83 Roulette Township encourages water conservation….Virus cases continue to creep up in region…Coudersport motorcyclist seriously injured in collision with a deer….UPS driver charged with speeding for Clara Township crash….wire fencing, tarp, fence posts and bike stolen in Pike Township…. The Roulette Township Supervisors are implementing the Drought Contingency Plan. The lack of rain this summer as caused the well level to drop to a level of 36 feet which triggered Stage 1 of the plan: A voluntary restriction on all non-essential water use from the Roulette Township water system. Residents are asked conserve water by avoiding watering of lawns/gardens and washing vehicles. The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed as of 12:00 a.m., August 20, that there are 791 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 126,940 All 67 counties in Pennsylvania have cases of COVID-19. Here in the Black Forest Broadcasting service area, the number continues to inch up. Tioga County now has 45; McKean 34; Elk 63; McKean 34; Potter 22 and Cameron 8. Across the border in New York State Cattaraugus County has gone up to 174. Allegany County is holding at 81.Allegheny Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh, is reporting an increase of 100 cases and Philadelphia is reporting an increase of 109 cases. The number of tests administered within the last 7 days between August 13 and August 19 is 161,638 with 5,019 positive cases. There were 22,765 test results reported to the department through 10 p.m., August 19. These results represent the total number of tests administered. There are 7,538 total deaths attributed to COVID-19, an increase of 15 new deaths reported. County-specific information and a statewide map are available on the COVID-19 Data Dashboard. bracelet cuir homme grossiste 723braceletpascher9171 Mask-wearing is required in all Pennsylvania businesses and whenever leaving home. Consistent mask-wearing is critical to preventing the spread of COVID-19 according to health experts.There are 644 patients who have a positive serology test and either COVID-19 symptoms or a high-risk exposure, which are considered probable cases and not confirmed cases. There are 1,386,071 patients who have tested negative to date. Most of the patients hospitalized are ages 65 or older, and most of the deaths (68%) have occurred in patients 65 or older. In nursing and personal care homes, there are 20,522 resident cases of COVID-19, and 4,315 cases among employees, for a total of 24,837 at 905 distinct facilities in 61 counties including Elk and McKean. Out of the total deaths, 5,107 (68%) have occurred in residents from nursing or personal care facilities. Approximately 9,136 of the total cases are amongst health care workers. Coudersport Based State Police seem to be getting caught up on their paperwork issuing a number of news releases overnight.A Normalville, Pennsylvania teenager escaped injury in a one vehicle crash occurring Tuesday afternoon on the Bark Shanty Road in Keating township. collier ras de cou lettres collierpascher9126 State police at the Coudersport barracks report Siera Prinkey was negotiating a left hand turn when her Suzuki went off the north side of the road striking in embankment before coming to rest. DUI charges are pending against a 33 year old Austin man following a one vehicle crash last Friday night just before midnight at 230 Costello Avenue in Austin borough. Police claim that the driver whose name they did not release was operating a vehicle which went off the road struck a utility pole and a nearby garage. The driver then allegedly fled the scene, but returned prior state police arrival and they determined that he had been driving under the influence of alcohol and fell asleep at the wheel. A UPS driver suffered minor injuries in a one vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon on the Clara Road and Clara Township. Potter county Troopers say that 30 year old Zachary Crawford was speeding northbound when the step then Freightliner went off the road negotiating a slight right hand curve. The step van then collided with an embankment on the right side of the road and roll over onto the driver side coming to rest about five feet from the impact point. Crawford was taken to UPMC Cole for treatment of minor injuries. Police said he was wearing a seat belt at the time. A Turtlepoint driver received minor injuries ina one vehicle accident Tuesday night on Champlin Hill Road in Annin Township McKean County, Todd Van Sickles was going west near the Open Brook Road and Pine Grove Road when his Dodge Ram Pickup went off the road while making a right hand curve, traveled into the eastbound lane struck a metal post in a ditch before coming back onto the road across both lanes and then rolled over before coming to rest north of the highway. bracelet femme ar 723braceletpascher11195 Troopers at Coudersport say they are investigating the theft of lost or mislaid property occurring at in Genesee Township. Wednesday morning. Identification cards and a credit card were stolen from 100 Wintergreen Road. Anyone with information is asked to call the local barracks at 274 8690 Coudersport state troopers are also investigating the theft of some items from a motor vehicle parked in Eulalia Township Tuesday afternoon. A 22 year old Coudersport woman told police that several items were taken from her vehicle while it was parked on East Second Street. State Police at Coudersport are continuing to investigate a possible case of assaulting a child occurring August 11 at 40 Henry Lane in Deerfield Township, Tioga County. Police claim 35 year old Knoxville man, whose name was not released injured his daughter during an argument. The theft occurring July 27 in Potter County is under investigation by State Police at Coudersport. Thieves took two roles of 100 foot wire fencing, brown tarp and 30 green fence postings along with an adult bicycle in Pike Township. Anyone with information about that theft is asked to call the Coudersport barracks. Troopers are also continuing to investigate a theft of some rocks occurring August 4 on Cobb Hill Road in Allegany Township. Police were informed that the stones were missing from a dirt road but were found on private property up the road not far from where they were last placed. Police say the case remains open pending further information. The large rip rap stones weighing 10 tons are valued at $160. Brandi Thompson,44. of Derrick City has been arrested for drug possession by troopers at the Lewis Run barracks. boucle doreille femme pas cher 718braceletpascher3900 Police allege that when they initiated a trip traffic stop on Route 646 and the Pit Hole Road in Keating township yesterday at around 9:30am they found Thompson in possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. 30 year old Christopher link of Bradford hat has been arrested for institutional criminal mischief following an incident allegedly occurring at the McKean county jail Wednesday evening. Police assert that Link who was an inmate at the time, damaged a window and charges are being found in District Court. 32 year old Vincent Langworthy of Port Allegany has been arrested for drug possession after he was stopped on Route 155 at Riverside Drive in Liberty Township McKean County Wednesday evening. Police report when they pulled his 1997 Ford off the road they found him in possession of a controlled substance and charges have been found in District Court. Francis Supa,26 of Lewis Run has also been arrested for drug possession. Police claim when they stopped her on the Big Shanty Road and Route 59 in Lafayette Township Wednesday afternoon, they found a controlled substance inside her 1999 Mercury. Drug possession charges are also being filed against 62 year old Leon Cobb of Bradford. State police claim that when they stopped his Dodge Chrysler on East Main Street and York Street in the city of Bradford last Saturday night they found him in possession of a controlled substance while driving under the influence of alcohol. He was taken to Bradford Regional Medical Center for legal blood draw and is facing charges of possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. State Police at Lewis Run have arrested 40 year old Joshua Dash of Silver Creek, New York for terroristic threats. Authorities allege that Dash threatened to burn a house belonging to a 48 year old Rixford woman Monday afternoon.