Horse racing may be a casualty of Wolf’s budget…Allegany Township barn destroyed by fire….Brockway man accused of violating PFA….Another Brockway man accused of DUI after being found passed out behind the wheel of his running vehicle….. collier de perles mariage pas cher collierpascher10150 Monday’s high, 48; Overnight low, 33; .43″ of rain Scattered rain showers today a high of 47. Rain transitioning to snow showers tonight a low of 31 Lingering snow showers tomorrow high of 37. Mostly cloudy with snow showers tomorrow night, a low of 26 Mostly cloudy on Thursday with a high of 41 An overnight low of 30.with snow To hear today’s complete forecast, click on start button below: To hear today’s podcast, click on start button below: Horse racing in Pennsylvania maybe a victim in the governor’s will proposed budget according to Representative Martin Causer.“The budget hearings are ongoing. And this week was the agriculture budget hearing along with a public hearing that the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee held. Our Agriculture Committee hearing topic was horse racing in Pennsylvania. And it’s an issue that’s undergoing a lot of conversation in the capital right now, because the governor has proposed to take $200 million from the horse race development Trust Fund and use it for other purposes. The hearing was put together to talk about an impending sunset. That’s in legislation right now. See, right now we use money from the horse race development Trust Fund for the drug testing of horses at racetracks, and it’s about $10 million. And a transfer comes out of that fund every year to pay for that drug testing. And I think that’s that’s important and it’s the right place to get the money, but there’s a sunset in law that after June 30 that won’t take place and then there’s not enough money for horse racing. So we were holding a public hearing to gather input on whether folks think that that’s the right thing to do going forward and I happen to believe that it is.” And a Republican senator Dave Arnold from the 48th District agrees, writing an op ed in support of horse racing. bracelet femme quimper 723braceletpascher11520 He says that” the Pennsylvania aquiline coalition farmers and many others have serious concerns that such a move could seriously impact racing and breeding in Pennsylvania valued constituents in the 48th district brother living from racing at Penn national and more than 23,000 folks statewide make their living off the industry and includes farmers feed manufacturers, blacksmith veterinarian and breeders Not to mention many related jobs in agriculture and tourism. bracelet couple geek braceletpascher739 He says horse racing and breeding are closely tied to our ag industry, which is not only a vital contributor to the Commonwealth economy but also a fundamental piece of our heritage” Volunteers from Genesee and Coudersport battled a barn fire yesterday at Silsby’s Farm on Peet Brook Road in Allegheny Township. Tanker 48-05 shuttled water to the scene making three trips from a nearby fill site on National Fuel property gas while engine 48-02 t crew assisted with extinguishment and overhaul. mode nouveau gland boucle doreille longue rouge email fraise mignon boucle doreille pour les femmes a la main en gros mignon boucle doreille bijoux Roulette stood by for Coudersport under the mutual aid system, the barn, housing vehicles and some livestock, was a total loss State Police at Coudersport have charged a Genesee driver for speeding following a one vehicle crash last Thursday on Route 49 in Allegheny Township, Daniel Schoonover was going East when his Dodge Dakota spun off the highway and rolled over onto its roof on an embankment along the south side of the road. Both drivers escaped injury in a collision Saturday night on Route 6 in Pike Township, Potter County, According to Coudersport state Police,the collision occurred when a Ford Ranger driven by Kenneth Button of Galeton crossed the center line while traveling West and collided with a Honda Ridgeline driven by Carl Hurst of Stevens, Pennsylvania. fabriquer bracelet cuir femme 723braceletpascher6130 An Osceola teenager escaped injury in a one vehicle crash occurring Saturday night in Westfield Township In Tioga County. State Police at Mansfield said 18 year old Dayton Reinhardt was going south on Route 287 when his Ford Mustang went into the left lane while making a right curve and struck a guardrail located along the left side of the road. The car then went back to the right lane where came to rest State police at Ridgeway did not release the defndant’s name but say a 42 year old Brockway man was in violation of a protection from abuse order Saturday afternoon on the Ridgway/ St. Mary’s Road near Bridge street in Ridgway Township. The victim is listed as a 30 year old Weedville woman. DUI charges are pending against a 56 year old Brockway man after he was found in his 2007 Mitsubishi Galand parked in front of the Horton township volunteer fire department with the engine running police said they were called to that location on a welfare check and that the defendant refused to move on further investigation they determined he had been driving under the influence and was taken to Penn Highlands Elk for a legal blood draw and charges are pending those results. State police at Mansfield warned 28 year old Amber Quillan of Westfield for speeding after her Chevy Malibu wrecked on Merrick Hill Road in Deerfield township last Thursday morning, Troopers said Colin was driving south attempting to make a left hand curve when her car went out of control, slid off the road struck a tree and continued on before hitting a telephone pole. The car finally came to rest along the side of the highway. Quillan was taken to Soldiers and Sailors Hospital for treatment of unknown injuries. A Westfield driver escaped the injury in a one vehicle accident last Thursday morning on Route 249 in Chatham Township, Tioga County Brett Baker was driving a Ford F 150 XLT southbound when the truck went out of control for unknown reasons , slid down the small embankment and rolled over one time before coming to rest on the roof.