These doors depicting a lighthouse scene engraved in glass, are original to the building constructed in 1895. They now separate the master bedroom from the living room in a new second-floor vacation rental.
Shown are some of the tools Westfield Police Chief Dale Niles uses during encounters as a Drug Recognition Expert - a state-issued tablet to record findings, a pen light to check pupil response, a black light to check for the presence of certain drugs, a special magnifying device to help distinguish fresh track marks and a stethoscope and thermometer to check vitals.
Jackson Brion from Liberty won first place at the Pennsylvania 4-H state shooting sports contest's senior compound archery division in State College, qualifying him to compete at the national contest in Grand Isle, Neb. in June.
Potter County Commissioners proclaimed May as “motorcycle safety and awareness month” and encouraged motorists to stay aware of motorcycles on the road and motorcyclists to continue to promote safety. With the commissioners are members of God’s Country chapter of the Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education.
The Austin Cub Scout Pack 524 recently visited the Austin Volunteer Fire Department. Pictured are, from left, front row, Alivia Dynda, Ardell Hudson, Deakin Stafford, Eli Dynda and Joshua Harper. From left, second row, are Arianna Lawton, Carson Tubbs, Jase Roeske, Kohen Stafford and Griffin Carr. From left, back row, are Tracy Orlowski, Scott Hostetlar and Brandon Hostetlar.
Austin Post 7810 VFW/Vets Club raised $2,000 from members purchasing a paper cut-out for the Wall of Donations or visiting on Saturdays or Sundays during the month of April and donated it to the Cole Foundation. The money will be used to support local health care providers at their three entrances where they can grab water or snacks during their busy shifts. Presentation by Lyle Dynda, commander, VFW Post 7810 presented check to Andrea Streich of the Cole Foundation.
Sixth graders from Westfield Elementary School helped stock trout last Friday in preparation for the CV Anglers Club's Kids' Fishing Derby. Here, Cowanesque Valley High School football players who accompanied the field trip get in on the action.
Sixth graders from Westfield Elementary School helped stock trout last Friday in preparation for the CV Anglers Club’s Kids’ Fishing Derby. Here, their teacher Jodi Bruce helps get the trout in the water.
Ronnie Schenkein, who headed this project, is shown with Coudersport Food Bank Coordinator Harry Sickler during a delivery of two-pound packages of ground beef that were distributed to families in need in Potter County.
New officers for the Pi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma are President Deborah Johnson, First Vice President Heather Ace, Second Vice President Cheryl Cope, Secretary Bonnie Miller and Treasurer Kay Stuart.