Monday’s high, 75; Overnight low, 37

TUE-SUNNY, HIGH 71

TUE NIGHT-CLEAR, LOW 43

WED-SUNNY HIGH, 78

WED NIGHT-CLEAR,  LOW 48

THU-PARTLY CLOUDY, HIGH 83

 

A camp burglary in Clara Township over the past several months is being investigated by state police at Coudersport. Thieves stole numerous items, valued at $802 from the house at 37 Camp Road owned by Patti Gougler of Shinglehouse. Stolen items include a black and brown kegerator, a two sided axe, some records and VHS tapes, empty keg, black and white muzzleloader and a half cord of wood. Anyone with information is asked to call state police at 814-274-8690.

A Renovo  driver and her passengers escaped injury in a car/deer collision early Saturday morning in Eulalia Township, Potter County. State police said Paula Livingston was going south on Route 44 and swerved in an unsuccessful attempt to avoid a deer. The Kia Soul continued for about100 feet before stopping. Livingston’s passengers were identified as Joel Doyle  and Skye Knight both of Horseheads, NY, an 11 year old boy  and a 17 year old girl both from Coudersport.

Vandalism to a vehicle parked at the St. Marys Walmart Sunday evening is being probed by troopers at Ridgway. Someone damaged the hood on a 2022 Jeep Wagoneer owned by a 45 year old St. Marys woman while it was unattended.

A St. Marys woman has been cited for hit and run following a minor mishap at the St. Marys Walmart Sunday afternoon. Troopers claim Monica Winters was backing out of a parking spot and her Chevrolet Silverado struck a 2014 Chevrolet Equinox and left the scene. However, her license plate was observed and Winters was later located.

DUI charges have been filed against 56 year old Beth Cameroni of Ridgway after troopers found her 2015 Ford Fusion stopped in the middle of Clarion Street in Jones Township late Saturday night.

Emporium state police arrested 59 year old Tanya McCurley of Emporium for defiant criminal trespass. Troopers claim McCurley entered property on West Fourth Street Saturday morning owned by Rory Bennett of Emporium evening though she had previously been evicted from the property by the Cameron County Sheriff’s department.

Troopers at Mansfield are investigating another ID theft. Someone used Osceola resident Bryan Heysham’s  personal information  to apply for unemployment compensation

While there is a national shortage of baby formula, a Pennsylvania company is expanding its operation .ByHeart, Pennsylvania’s first FDA-approved infant formula manufacturing facility, is expanding infant nutrition options for parents and improving the market for Pennsylvania dairy with a $1.75 million state investment through the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The expansion will result in 50 new local jobs.

The new facility directly supports Pennsylvania’s dairy industry. Pennsylvania ranks seventh nationally in total milk production, with nearly 520,000 cows producing more than 10.6 billion pounds of milk annually. The industry supports 53,300 jobs and contributes $14.1 billion to the state’s economy.

In 2015, the Wolf Administration launched the Dairy Development Program creating a five-part 2017 Pennsylvania Dairy Study. Opens

The Administration also supported Pennsylvania’s dairy industry through unstable markets during the COVID-19 pandemic by funding the $15 million COVID-19 Dairy Indemnity program for farmers that lost milk and the $5 million dairy allocation to the Pennsylvania Agricultural Surplus System for farmers who donated surplus dairy products to the charitable food system.

The state Department of Health is now releasing Covid-19 updates once a week on Wednesdays.