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  2. New Business on Hamor Street?

    Oh wait, read that wrong. We eat Firehouse a lot! I thought it said Fireside....isn't that the new place?
  3. The big yellow thing will give you something that most people never have.
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  5. Is this in Pa? It's illegal to kill a rattlesnake in Pa. They even chip them at the snake hunt and can track one when it's killed, (so I hear). My opinion is the only good rattlesnake is a dead rattlesnake. I see now that is not Pa
  6. JOHNSONBURG, Pa. – On Friday night during Ridgway’s win over Sheffield, Ridgway player Joey Elinski, a Johnsonburg senior playing in the co-op with the Elkers, suffered C3-4 spinal cord contusion. (Cover photo by Paul Burdick. Check out more of Burdick’s work here) According to Elinski’s cousin, Jessica Steger, who is overseeing a t-shirt campaign to support Elinski, he was originally taken to Penn Highlands Elk in St. Marys and was later flown, via Medevac, to UPMC Altoona where the injury, along with some sprained ligaments, was diagnosed. Elinski earlier this season vs. Coudersport. Photo by Paul Burdick. Click on photo to see more of Burdick’s work “He was told by the attending physician that it had the potential to be a life-altering injury,” Steger told D9Sports.com. “For two days, he had very limited movement in his upper body, he was not able to raise his arms all the way and had paresthesia (nerve pain) mostly in his right shoulder and upper back.” Thankfully, according to Steger, Elinski appears to be getting better, although there is a long road ahead for him. “Joey went from lying straight and still in bed to sitting up then eventually standing and walking around in just two days,” Steger said. “He is still slowly getting back mobility in his arms and upper body. He continued to have neck support via a neck brace. He has now been moved from ICU to a regular room and will be transported to HealthSouth, also in Altoona, for physical therapy rehab. “With the unbelievable support of family, friends and local communities, Joey is on his way to hopefully making a full recovery. Unfortunately, his high school football career is over, but that won’t stop him from being on the sideline to cheer on his team. Joey Elinski is a warrior with a work ethic and determination like no other.” Over the weekend, with the support of Muccio Transportation, many of Elinski’s teammates and coaches were able to make a trip to Altoona to see and support him and a #joeystrong33 campaign has been started so people can show their support for him. “Joey Strong” t-shirts are being sold (see order form). Orders should be turned into Steger by Thursday, Sept. 21, so they will be ready for when the Elkers return to Ridgway for a home game Sept. 29. Elinski (in hospital gown) with teammates who made the trip to Altoona over the weekend to see their teammate. Photo submitted by Jessica Steger. Elinski started playing football in the third grade when he was nine-years old for the Johnsonburg Shamrocks. Since joining the Ridgway team, he has helped the Elkers win the 2016 District 9 Class 1A champion while also finishing fourth on the team in tackles as a sophomore with 77. As a junior, he was named a Big 30, AML and Tri-County Sunday All-Star and the Ridgway Elkers Defensive End MVP after leading Ridgway in tackles per game at 9.0 (108 tackles). Elinski was having a strong senior season for Ridgway and was second in tackles with 31 while also rushing for 124 yards and a touchdown, which he scored Friday night prior to being injured. Prior to the season, he was voted as one of five team captains by his teammates.
  7. Painted Rocks Everywhere!

    Love this idea...I always paint riverrocks for in my flower garden. Viking princess....awesome idea. Have fun with it
  8. My eyes are bleeding! The hard hat is messing with my wings and if I decide to operate the big yellow thing our realms will collide and nothing good will come of it.
  9. Road cleared. All units returning - 7:57 M.
  10. Yesterday
  11. Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

    I spent the early evening making another batch of salsa, so just tomato sandwiches once again, but we both love them
  12. Reported accident (2 vehicles) at intersection of Rt.28 and Game School Rd.-Snyder Twp. south of Brockway. Time 7:01 PM. St.1 and ambulance respond. Use caution in the area.
  13. Painted Rocks Everywhere!

    I found one the other day but before O had read this I gave to my grand. Think it had Erie. Something on the back😩😩😩😩
  14. Painted Rocks Everywhere!

    I'm the admin for the one in Treasure Lake. It's been so much fun.
  15. I hope he asks his woman before he desides he wants sex. 12 gauge to the chest would be devastating.
  16. A high drive D5 Cat Dozer floats like a beautiful butterfly. If it is a LGP and your in mud, you the operator, can become a beautiful person.
  17. She sounds like a real catch there... (note the sarcasm)
  18. Painted Rocks Everywhere!

    We saw some at the Elk visitor center yesterday.
  19. Painted Rocks Everywhere!

    Yes my friend is doing falls creek rocks
  20. Go to bed mr.d, you're drunk
  21. 70-Year-Old DuBois Woman Charged for Allegedly Selling Marijuana Posted on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 by Julie Rae Rickard in Crime, Local News, Top Stories DUBOIS – An elderly DuBois woman is facing charges for selling marijuana. Laurel E. Poulson, 70, was charged with felony counts of manufacture/delivery/possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, dealing in proceeds of unlawful acts, criminal conspiracy and a misdemeanor count of possession of a controlled substance after an incident Jan. 11 at her home. Her bail in this case is $25,000. According to the affidavit of probable cause, the Clearfield County Drug Task Force arranged a controlled purchase of marijuana from Poulson and Hazen L. McCartney. The confidential informant talked with McCartney, who told the informant he was going to purchase marijuana from Poulson, who gets six to seven pounds of the drug every other Tuesday from Oregon. The informant and McCartney then traveled together to Poulson’s residence. Investigators watched as McCartney left the informant’s vehicle and entered Poulson’s residence. After a period of time, McCartney reportedly left the home carrying a large bag in his left hand. He got back into the informant’s vehicle and they left the scene. The two traveled to Penn Highlands DuBois and parked in the lot. There they weighed the marijuana. McCartney explained to the informant that Poulson fronted him a certain amount of marijuana to sell, according to the complaint. When the substance given to the informant was tested, it was found to be 26.22 grams of marijuana, police said. On Jan. 23, another controlled purchase from Poulson was arranged, according to a second criminal complaint. This time an informant went inside the residence and bought marijuana directly from Poulson. Once inside the home, Poulson allegedly made a deal to sell to the informant for the same price she sells to McCartney. She then yelled for “Amber” to bring down “the stuff.” A girl came down the steps with a Tupperware bowl of marijuana, the informant told police. The substance purchased in this case was 26.24 grams of marijuana, according to the report. For the second case Poulson is charged with felony counts of manufacture/delivery/possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, conspiracy, dealing in proceeds of unlawful acts and a misdemeanor count of intentional possession of a controlled substance. Her bail in this case is also $25,000. Amber was identified as Amber M. Jablonski, 22, of DuBois. She is charged with felony counts of manufacture/delivery/possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, and two counts of conspiracy. Her bail is $50,000. McCartney also had drug charges filed against him, but his case is listed as inactive in online court documents. Poulson and Jablonski are scheduled for preliminary hearings on Friday morning. http://gantdaily.com/2017/09/19/70-year-old-dubois-woman-charged-for-allegedly-selling-marijuana/
  22. 0:37 / 3:07 . Experiencing interruptions? Find out why . Dixies Land (I Wish I Was in the Land of Cotton) . 14LOiola88 14LOiola88 Subscribe150 . Add to Share More Dixie's Land Melody - Melody - Melody - & Text Daniel Decatur Emmett, before 1860 (possibly based on a slave tune) I wish I was in de land ob cotton, Old times dar am not forgotten, Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land. In Dixie Land whar I was born in Early on one frosty mornin'. Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land. Refrain: Den I wish I was in Dixie, Hooray! Hooray! In Dixie Land I'll took my stand, To lib an' die in Dixie, |: Away, away, Away down south in Dixie. :| Old Missus marry Will-de-weaber, William was a gay deceaber; Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land. But when he put his arm around 'er He smil'd as fierce as a forty-pounder. Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land. His face was sharp as a butcher's cleaber, But dat did not seem to greab 'er, Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land. Old Missus acted de foolish part, And died for a man dat broke her heart. Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land. Now here's a health to the next old Missus, An' al de gals dat want to kiss us; Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land. But if you want to drive 'way sorrow, Come an' hear dis song tomorrow, Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land. Dar's buckwheat cakes an' Ingen' batter, Makes you fat or a little fatter; Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land. Den hoe it down an' scratch your grabble. To Dixie's land I'm bound to trabble, Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land. http://ingeb.org/songs/oiwishiw.html
  23. Woman Allegedly Bites One Clarion Borough Police Officer and Kicks Another After Climbing Out of Cell Tuesday, September 19, 2017 @ 12:09 AM Posted by Kari McQuiston CLARION BOROUGH, Pa. (EYT) - A 19-year-old Jersey Shore woman is facing multiple felony charges after she allegedly assaulted two Clarion Borough Police officers during an altercation early Sunday morning at the station. Online court documents indicate that Alexie Dallas Hurlbutt, of Jersey Shore, Pa., is facing the following charges in connection with the incident: Aggravated Assault, Felony 1 (3 counts) Simple Assault, Misdemeanor 2 (3 counts) Institutional Vandalism Education Facility, Felony 3 Resist Arrest/Other Law Enforcement, Misdemeanor 2 (3 counts) Disorderly Conduct Hazardous/Physical Offense, Misdemeanor 3 (3 counts) Public Drunkenness And Similar, Summary (3 counts) Purchase Alcohol Beverage By A Minor, Summary Clarion Borough Police Officer Maxwell was on a routine patrol around 1:22 a.m. on Sunday, September 17, when he observed a white female passed out in front of a house along 7th Avenue near George Road, according to a criminal complaint filed in district court. When Officer Maxwell approached the woman, she got up and started to stumble away. “I asked her to stop, and she finally did,” said Officer Maxwell in the criminal complaint. The criminal complaint states that the woman “smelled strongly of an intoxicating beverage and had glassy, bloodshot eyes.” When Officer Maxwell asked her if she needed medical attention, she refused. “I asked her for her name and date of birth but all she told me was her first name – Alexie,” explained Officer Maxwell. Officer Maxwell then placed her under arrest on Public Drunkenness charges. According to the criminal complaint, Officer Maxwell transported her to the Clarion Borough Police station where he attempted to gather additional information. Through further investigation, Officer Maxwell was able to identify the woman as Alexie Dallas Hurlbutt. “She started acting in an unstable manner, so I requested EMS to come to the station,” said Officer Maxwell. Hurlbutt agreed to be evaluated by medical personnel. “She entered the ambulance but gave (medical personnel) so many issues, I had to take her out of the ambulance and cuff her,” said Officer Maxwell. Officer Maxwell then transported Hurlbutt to the Clarion Hospital ER where she was evaluated and cleared. The criminal complaint states that Officer Maxwell asked Hurlbutt if someone could come to the ER to get her, but she refused to cooperate. “I cuffed her in the back, double-locked her cuffs, and then transported her back to the station,” said Officer Maxwell. Upon arrival at the station, Officer Maxwell discovered that she had slipped out of one of the handcuffs while in the back of the police vehicle. Officer Maxwell then instructed Hurlbutt to exit the vehicle, and he attempted to re-cuff her. At this point, Hurlbutt allegedly resisted arrest and attempted to fight Officer Maxwell. “I told her several times to stop resisting, but she refused,” said Officer Maxwell. “I had to take her to the ground to re-cuff her.” At this point, Officer Maxwell requested backup. Once inside the police station, Hurlbutt allegedly continued to resist arrest. Officer Fox arrived and helped Officer Maxwell place Hurlbutt inside “the cage” – a temporary holding cell. Hurlbutt allegedly began to scream and started kicking the cage. At this point, Officer Fox discovered that Hurlbutt had broken a hole in the cell and was attempting to climb out of it. Hurlbutt successfully climbed out of the cell and allegedly started fighting both officers. While Officer Fox attempted to handcuff Hurlbutt to the cage, she allegedly bit him two times on the right shoulder, and then she allegedly kicked Officer Maxwell in the groin. The officers were finally able to handcuff her to the cell and secure her within it. Around 5:00 a.m. on Sunday, September 17, Hurlbutt was arraigned before on-call District Judge Amy Long Turk. She was placed in the Clarion County Jail and released Monday, September 18, after posting $1,000.00 cash bail. A preliminary hearing is slated for September 26 at 1:30 p.m. with District Judge Duane L. Quinn presiding. http://www.exploreclarion.com/2017/09/19/woman-allegedly-bites-one-clarion-borough-police-officer-and-kicks-another-after-climbing-out-of-cell/
  24. Woman Allegedly Bites One Clarion Borough Police Officer and Kicks Another After Climbing Out of Cell Tuesday, September 19, 2017 @ 12:09 AM Posted by Kari McQuiston CLARION BOROUGH, Pa. (EYT) - A 19-year-old Jersey Shore woman is facing multiple felony charges after she allegedly assaulted two Clarion Borough Police officers during an altercation early Sunday morning at the station. Online court documents indicate that Alexie Dallas Hurlbutt, of Jersey Shore, Pa., is facing the following charges in connection with the incident: Aggravated Assault, Felony 1 (3 counts) Simple Assault, Misdemeanor 2 (3 counts) Institutional Vandalism Education Facility, Felony 3 Resist Arrest/Other Law Enforcement, Misdemeanor 2 (3 counts) Disorderly Conduct Hazardous/Physical Offense, Misdemeanor 3 (3 counts) Public Drunkenness And Similar, Summary (3 counts) Purchase Alcohol Beverage By A Minor, Summary Clarion Borough Police Officer Maxwell was on a routine patrol around 1:22 a.m. on Sunday, September 17, when he observed a white female passed out in front of a house along 7th Avenue near George Road, according to a criminal complaint filed in district court. When Officer Maxwell approached the woman, she got up and started to stumble away. “I asked her to stop, and she finally did,” said Officer Maxwell in the criminal complaint. The criminal complaint states that the woman “smelled strongly of an intoxicating beverage and had glassy, bloodshot eyes.” When Officer Maxwell asked her if she needed medical attention, she refused. “I asked her for her name and date of birth but all she told me was her first name – Alexie,” explained Officer Maxwell. Officer Maxwell then placed her under arrest on Public Drunkenness charges. According to the criminal complaint, Officer Maxwell transported her to the Clarion Borough Police station where he attempted to gather additional information. Through further investigation, Officer Maxwell was able to identify the woman as Alexie Dallas Hurlbutt. “She started acting in an unstable manner, so I requested EMS to come to the station,” said Officer Maxwell. Hurlbutt agreed to be evaluated by medical personnel. “She entered the ambulance but gave (medical personnel) so many issues, I had to take her out of the ambulance and cuff her,” said Officer Maxwell. Officer Maxwell then transported Hurlbutt to the Clarion Hospital ER where she was evaluated and cleared. The criminal complaint states that Officer Maxwell asked Hurlbutt if someone could come to the ER to get her, but she refused to cooperate. “I cuffed her in the back, double-locked her cuffs, and then transported her back to the station,” said Officer Maxwell. Upon arrival at the station, Officer Maxwell discovered that she had slipped out of one of the handcuffs while in the back of the police vehicle. Officer Maxwell then instructed Hurlbutt to exit the vehicle, and he attempted to re-cuff her. At this point, Hurlbutt allegedly resisted arrest and attempted to fight Officer Maxwell. “I told her several times to stop resisting, but she refused,” said Officer Maxwell. “I had to take her to the ground to re-cuff her.” At this point, Officer Maxwell requested backup. Once inside the police station, Hurlbutt allegedly continued to resist arrest. Officer Fox arrived and helped Officer Maxwell place Hurlbutt inside “the cage” – a temporary holding cell. Hurlbutt allegedly began to scream and started kicking the cage. At this point, Officer Fox discovered that Hurlbutt had broken a hole in the cell and was attempting to climb out of it. Hurlbutt successfully climbed out of the cell and allegedly started fighting both officers. While Officer Fox attempted to handcuff Hurlbutt to the cage, she allegedly bit him two times on the right shoulder, and then she allegedly kicked Officer Maxwell in the groin. The officers were finally able to handcuff her to the cell and secure her within it. Around 5:00 a.m. on Sunday, September 17, Hurlbutt was arraigned before on-call District Judge Amy Long Turk. She was placed in the Clarion County Jail and released Monday, September 18, after posting $1,000.00 cash bail. A preliminary hearing is slated for September 26 at 1:30 p.m. with District Judge Duane L. Quinn presiding.
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