WELLSBORO - In a lengthy, sometimes heated meeting Thursday night, the Wellsboro Area School District board of directors split votes three times on returning to in-person learning, going to remote learning after the holidays and canceling all extracurriculars during remote learning times.
Local COVID-19 Updates
The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed as of Dec. 3, that there were 11,406 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 386,837. This is the highest daily increase of COVID-19 cases.
SHINGLEHOUSE — The Oswayo Valley Senior Center has experienced an outpouring of support not just during the COVID-19 pandemic, but throughout its 40 years in the community.
ULYSSES — The Northern Potter School District was forced to move to remote learning temporarily this week, as the district faced a teacher shortage due to COVID-19.
TIOGA COUNTY — November was a rough month for the COVID-19 pandemic in Tioga County. As of Tuesday, the county had 461 active cases (tested positive within the last 14 days); 245 of those were in the last seven days. In total, Tioga County had 756 COVID-19 cases during November.
BeST Transit, during its normal operating schedules, will be available for those who need transportation to the upcoming COVID testing site in Mansfield this week.
POTTER COUNTY — COVID-19 has already made a mark on Potter County’s December with 41 new cases reported between Monday and Tuesday, the Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed. Of these cases, 24 patients are from Coudersport.
This week’s testing at Mansfield is one of five sites in the state being opened this week to try to halt the rapid increase of COVID-19.
Beginning Monday, Nov. 30 until further notice, Coudersport Public Library will be open by appointment only for browsing, computer, copy and fax services. Curbside and Grab & Go Pickup will continue to be available. Patrons are encouraged to call ahead at 814-274-9382 or email cplbookreq…
The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed as of Dec. 1, that there were 5,676 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 367,140.
National COVID-19 Updates
In a 4-3 decision, the court denied immediate review of the case, leaving the door open for Trump to file his challenge in circuit court And after the court’s decision, the Trump campaign filed its case in Dane and Milwaukee counties.
Missouri hospitals continue to see record numbers of coronavirus patients in intensive care units.
Brionna Burlett of Glens Falls officially recovered from coronavirus in April. But she is still suffering.
Trump’s federal lawsuit comes as the Wisconsin Supreme Court weighs whether to accept his first lawsuit challenging the state’s official election results showing President-elect Joe Biden won the state by more than 20,600 votes.
With records being broken daily and the state on track for 8,000-plus new cases in daily COVID-19 reports starting next month, orders are needed "compelling Oklahomans to act differently," according to a federal task force.
Community members pulled together this week to support a local family following the death of a woman known by many for her service to children.
Learning in the past 24 hours that seven residents had tested positive for COVID-19, Fahrney Keedy Senior Living Community President and CEO Stephen Coetzee said the facility has entered a staffing crisis.
Nine months into the coronavirus pandemic, Nebraska topped 1,000 COVID-19-related deaths Monday, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. It's now at 1080.
Gov. Eric Holcomb signed an executive order Tuesday extending Indiana's public health emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic until at least Dec. 31.
The plan calls for making decisions based on patients’ likelihood of surviving their current illness, as well as their likelihood of living at least another year. Those with the best chances would get the highest priority for care.