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  1. COUDERSPORT—From 8-11 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 23, the general public is invited to look through many different types of telescopes to view the starry night sky and speak with visiting astronomers who are attending the Black Forest Star Party hosted by the Central Pennsylvania Observers on Astronomy Observation Field at Cherry Springs State Park, 4639 Cherry Springs Road, Coudersport. The park is 12 miles from Galeton via West Branch Road and 15 miles from Coudersport via Route 44. This public viewing is free and registration is not required. Visitors are asked to bring small flashlights, arrive between 7 and 10 p.m., park their vehicles at the Night Sky Viewing Area and walk across Route 44 to the field. Dark Sky Team volunteers will provide the public with red filters for their flashlights and instruct them on how to find the astronomers after dark. A food concession stand will be open at the star party with food and beverages available to all. Visitors are asked to leave Observation Field by 11 p.m. so the astronomers who have volunteered their scopes can get back to observing the night sky. If viewing conditions are poor, this event will be cancelled. To check, call (814) 435-1037 Option #5.
  2. Out west, the majority of state police cars were gray. We actually saw them faster than our police cars.
  3. I hope "Superwoman" apologies to the officers for her very unlady like behavior.
  4. I hope you are speaking of yourself to start with!!!
  5. Im right there with you Steve, between working retail, pizza delivery, & reading, nothing surprises me!!!
  6. Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

    Apple dumpling from the church ladies. Was it ever so so delicious!!!
  7. When I worked many many moons ago, we had this happen in a certain dept.
  8. Colorado police hunt for 'mad pooper' jogger who has been defecating on a family's lawn for seven weeks A female jogger was first spotted with her pants down outside a Colorado Springs family home seven weeks ago Cathy Budde said the woman has been defecating in the same area once a week for almost two months The jogger has been spotted running with paper towels tucked into her tights Police say she could face indecent exposure and public defecation charges By Emily Crane For Dailymail.com PUBLISHED: 10:29 EDT, 19 September 2017 | UPDATED: 11:46 EDT, 19 September 2017 The hunt is on for a female jogger dubbed the 'mad pooper' who has been busted defecating on a Colorado family's lawn for almost two months. Police in Colorado Springs are now investigating after the family first spotted the woman with her pants down outside their home seven weeks ago. Cathy Budde said her children were the ones to catch the jogger mid-squat and ran in screaming to tell her. +6 +6 Police in Colorado Springs are now investigating after a family spotted the female jogger (above) with her pants down outside their home seven weeks ago 'They are like, 'There's a lady taking a poop!' So I come outside, and I'm like ... 'are you serious?'' Budde told KKTV. 'Are you really taking a poop right here in front of my kids!?' She's like, 'Yeah, sorry!' Budde said she thought it was just a one time thing and the woman would have been too embarrassed to show her face again. But she said the jogger has been back once a week to defecate, despite there being public restrooms in a nearby park. +6 The jogger has defecated in the same spot on her running route every week for almost two months +6 The female jogger always has paper towels (above) tucked away in her tights The woman always has paper towels tucked away in her tights, according to the shocked family. 'I put a sign on the wall that's like 'please, I'm begging you, please stop.' ... She ran by it like 15 times yesterday and she still pooped,' Budde said. Police have urged Budde to take photos of the woman in a bid to track her down. The jogger could face indecent exposure and public defecation charges if she is caught. +6 The frustrated family have put up signs in a bid to deter the woman from defecating on their lawn +6 The jogger has been back one a week to defecate in the area (pictured above), despite there being public restrooms in a nearby park Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4899358/Police-hunt-jogger-defecating-Colorado-lawns.html#ixzz4tBATGVmI Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
  9. 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.
  10. Miracle Whip all the way!!!!
  11. Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

    Sheetz burgers last night!!
  12. What idiot decides to cook a rattlesnake while it's alive!!! He got what he deserves, he should of known better, especially in front of children!!
  13. Well, if this lady wants to complain, she better include all the craft stores, not just one. They all have it.
  14. What about Trumps youngest son? He's old enough also. I don't think any of the POTUS kids should cut the grass out front. To many vehicles go by, & it wouldn't take much to take one out. The backyard would be fine, plenty of yard work they could do. Plenty of chores they need to learn inside, not just at the White House, but for any house. You just never know what might happen!!