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  2. Reported structure fire (entrapment) on Grove Ave. in area of Lincoln in Ridgway. Time 7:56 PM. Elk St.4 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area. Elk St.2 to standby at St.4 - 8:20 PM.
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  4. State Police Calls: DUI, Criminal Mischief, Trespass, Harassment Incidents June 1, 2020 12:22 am· Author: Aly Delp JEFFERSON CO., Pa. (EYT) – Area state police responded to the following calls: (Photo by Dave Cyphert of ProPoint Media Photography) DUI in Punxsutawney Borough Around 2:51 a.m. on Sunday, May 31, Punxsutawney-based State Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2015 Dodge Durango on Albion Street near Belmont Avenue in Punxsutawney Borough for a registration violation. Police say upon approaching the vehicle, troopers observed the driver, a known 49-year-old Punxsutawney man, was exhibiting possible indicators of impairment. He was then asked to step out of the vehicle for field sobriety tests. According to police, the driver was subsequently placed under arrest for suspicion of DUI. The investigation is ongoing. The name of the driver was not released. Criminal Mischief in Henderson Township Punxsutawney-based State Police say a known 54-year-old Big Run man reported that sometime between 6:00 a.m. on May 26, and 8:41 p.m. on May 28, the window of a black 1959 Lincoln Premiere was broken at a location on Paradise Road in Henderson Township. Harassment in Falls Creek Borough On May 26, DuBois-based State Police received a information from Children and Youth Services (CYS) regarding inappropriate text messages between two juveniles in Falls Creek Borough between April 27 and May 1. The investigation is ongoing. Assault in Washington Township On May 7, DuBois-based State Police received a Childline investigation from Jefferson County Children and Youth Services (CYS). Police say 30-year-old Benjamin Steele, of Falls Creek, is being charged with simple assault in relation to an incident that occurred around 6:00 p.m. on May 4, involving a 14-year-old male victim from Falls Creek. Criminal Trespass in Snyder Township Between 7:00 p.m. May 3 and midnight on May 4, DuBois-based State Police took a report of a criminal trespass at a location on Salvage Yard Drive in Snyder Township. Police say a garage belonging to a known 35-year-old Brockport man was broken into and the door frame of the garage, valued at $20.00, was damaged. According to police, the investigation is ongoing, pending the receipt of security camera video from the location. Harassment in Sykesville Borough DuBois-based State Police responded to a report of an altercation between two adults at a location on West Main Street in Sykesville Borough around 7:40 p.m. on May 26. Police say following the investigation, it was found at a 54-year-old Sykesville man struck a 6-year-old boy from Stump Creek, which resulted in the mother of the child, a known 38-year-old Stump Creek woman, striking the man. The name of the individuals involved were not released.
  5. Reported accident (2 vehicles) at intersection of Main St.(Rt.830) an Third St. (Rt.950) in Falls Creek. Time 6:02 PM. St.4 and ambulance to respond. Use caution in the area.
  6. The Clearfield County Area Agency on Agency Inc. is in the process of developing its four-year plan. This plan is a living document that helps guide the direction of our agency in how services are offered to people 60 years and older- - including dependent adults, grandparents raising grandchildren, and caregivers. In developing the plan, CCAAA follows the recommendations and focus areas from ACL/Older Americans Act and the PA Department of Aging. Focus areas include the following: · Advocate for the rights of older adults and ensure their safety and dignity by raising awareness of responding effectively to incidences of abuse, injury, exploitation, violence and neglect; · Strengthen CCAAA’s capacity to promote innovation and best practices in building efficiencies that respond to a growing and diversifying aging population; · Emphasize a “citizen-first” culture that provides outreach, embraces diversity and honors individual choice; · Establish and enhance efforts to support healthy living, active engagement and a sense of community for older adults; and, · Improve services for older adults and the ability to advocate for them by using informed planning, committing to data integrity and being accountable for results. Our Agency will be holding a virtual public hearing to review our plan on June 16, 2020 at 2pm in conjunction with our Advisory Council meeting. Prior to the meeting, anyone with recommendations regarding our services or who has identified gaps in services is asked to please contact Julie Fenton at 814-765-2696 or email to mail@ccaaa.net.
  7. This worker infected at least two elderly patients who then infected their adult child and spouse. No reporting on this.
  8. Furloughs were supposed to end today but most were pushed back to the end of June now. Somehow that’s not in the paper. As I said previously, most were layoffs anyway.
  9. Theodore W. “Teddy” Wells, age 32 of DuBois, PA died Saturday, May 30, 2020 as the result of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. Born on July 20, 1987, in DuBois, PA, he was the son of Robert “Red” and Pauline “Polly” (Charnick) Wells. They survive. Teddy worked for Arbor Pro Tree Cutting Service for many years. He loved his job, especially working with his boss Sam Holland. He was a member of the Sykesville Eagles, the Sandy Hose Company #1 Firemans Club and Dad’s Horseshoe Club. He was an avid Harley Davidson enthusiast, loved the Pittsburgh Pirates and loved all animals. Above all, he loved spending time with his friends and family. Teddy is survived by 2 sisters; (Mandy Torrell & her husband Joe of Sykesville, PA and Nicole Pompeii and her husband Steve Jr. of DuBois, PA), 1 niece (Morgan Torrell), his maternal grandmother (Pauline Charnick of Snowshoe, PA) and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents and maternal grandfather. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 from 2-4PM & 6-8PM from the Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc. A private service will be held on Thursday, June 4, 2020 from the funeral home with Pastor Terry Felt officiating. Burial will be in Morningside Cemetery. Teddy loved animals and although flowers are appreciated, the family suggests memorial donations be made to Gateway Humane Society, 1211 Airport Road, Falls Creek, PA 15840. Online condolences can be sent http://www.baronickfuneralhome.com
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  12. peaceful protest at city park at 8:00 for the girl
  13. Peaceful protest is one thing, these people responsible need taken out period! This isn't helping anyone. These paid for riots just to make Trump out to be the bad guy, wake up America! The almighty Dems don't give a $hit about any of us. Look at their actions!
  14. Johnsonburg Man Charged With Arson Posted by Solomon's words for the wise at 6/01/2020 10:20:00 AM
  15. Penn State Ag Progress Days expo is canceled for 2020 LOCAL NEWS by: Bill Shannon Posted: Jun 1, 2020 / 03:00 PM EDT / Updated: Jun 1, 2020 / 03:00 PM EDT UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State’s 2020 Ag Progress Days expo, which was scheduled for Aug. 11-13, has been canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Organizers say they made the decision out of an abundance of caution to protect the health and safety of exhibitors, attendees and staff and is consistent with the direction taken by other major Centre County events this summer, such as the Grange Fair, Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts and Central PA 4th Fest. The decision was made now to help commercial exhibitors avoid or minimize the expenses that they might have incurred in planning to be at the event. Officials say that commercial exhibitors that already have paid registration fees will have the option of a full refund or to have their fees applied to their attendance at next year’s show, which is scheduled for Aug. 10-12, 2021. “Our commercial exhibitors largely pay the bills for Ag Progress Days, and we want to support them however we can,” Darlington said. “As an essential, life-supporting industry, agriculture is critical to Pennsylvania’s economy and the health and well-being of its citizens.” Event organizers say they are exploring ways to connect Ag Progress Days vendors and attendees virtually through the event’s website, found at http://apd.psu.edu. https://www.wearecentralpa.com/news/local-news/penn-state-ag-progress-days-expo-is-canceled-for-2020/
  16. If it's any consolation to you....Good has always taken over evil.
  17. Such a sad state that evil has taken over this world.
  18. There is a tremendous difference between protesting and rioting/looting. Anyone that condones the actions of theft and destruction is a thug also. I know some of you chuckle at my conspiracy theories, but I think that cop did this intentionally and was probably very well compensated for killing Mr. Floyd to incite this behavior. He KNEW he was being videotaped. We were no longer caving to all the covid bs, and isn't #44 about to have his feet held to the fire for some of his past actions shortly? It's all about smoke and mirrors. Anything to disrupt the country and win an election. Ask yourself why anyone would spend a ton of money to get a job that paid so little and had so much stress behind it. It's not for the money. It's for the power. Everyone that donates to campaigns has an agenda behind supporting their candidate. The very quid pro quo everyone whines about with every one else. If I owned a casino--you had best believe I'd be tossing my money behind a candidate that will make sure I get my way and that it's favorable for me. They are all just puppets. Every. single. one.
  19. turn the water on and hose them out of the way
  20. OME OPERATIONS & TRAINING VA Police Chief: FFs Blocked from House Fire with Child Inside During an emotional news conference, Richmond Police Chief Will Smith said police needed "to force our way to make a clear path for the fire department" to reach the scene of the blaze. Firehouse.com News Jun 1st, 2020 Richmond, VA, Police Chief Will Smith said firefighters were stopped by rioters from reaching the scene of a burning house that had a child inside early Sunday. Richmond, VA, Police Department Firefighters were blocked over the weekend from trying to reach a burning house with a child inside, an emotional Virginia police chief said during a Sunday news conference. Richmond Police Chief Will Smith said rioters had intentionally started a fire in "an occupied building on Broad Street" early Sunday. Officers were called in because fire apparatus were being prevented from reaching the scene. "This is not the only occupied building that has been set fire to over the last two days," Smith said. "But they prohibited us from getting on scene. We had to force our way to make a clear path for the fire department. Protestors intercepted that fire apparatus several blocks away with vehicles and blocked that fire department’s access to the structure fire. Inside that home was a child.” Firefighters and police eventually were able to help the people, he added. But the chief and Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney decried the actions of individuals who were using protests to cause violence and destruction. “Peaceful protests in solidarity against the injustices of black men hijacked by bad actors," said Stoney, according to WTVR-TV. "As soon as you loot a store or set a public bus on fire, you're not demonstrating. You've made it about you. When you block law enforcement from allowing fire services to get to a home that has caught on fire. You are not inspiring change. When you knock out windows of businesses that had nothing to do with this, you are not inspiring change. That's an insult to the cause.” Smith said these "bad actors" are to blame for violence not only against police officers but also other city residents. “We've had a number of people that have been injured by thrown bottles, rocks, bricks, everything that you can imagine, thrown by other protesters. As the mayor said, our protest has started out peacefully every single night with respectful people voicing their legitimate concerns. We've been able to facilitate them in their First Amendment rights, but it hasn't taken too long each night before actors have taken over the protest and have changed the tone.” SEE VIDEO TWEET ; https://www.firehouse.com/operations-training/news/21140391/va-police-chief-firefighters-blocked-from-house-blaze-with-child-inside?fbclid=IwAR168eSFjTGheFgIpP69oZulTMyGVSvuUiXN-Y9CLLlocFhKq8qzDZkoTsA
  21. Petee

    Msgr Kaza

    Hopefully all eyes will be upon him to both protect him and to identify if he has a problem.
  22. What if someone came to them and incited them to riot? Hopefully they would still be too lazy.
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