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  1. Bon


    Saturday- Mill Run Sunday- St Mary’s & Kersey Monday- Hollywood 😜
  2. Accident On Hoover Road In Gibson Township State police investigated an accident on Hoover Road in Giibson Township. According to police, Jason Briggs, 48, of New Miford, was operating his motorcycle on Hoover road when he lost control while maneuvering a rut on the road. Briggs was injured and transported to Penn Highlands Elk for treatment.
  3. EMS Dispatched for Victim of Motorcycle Accident At 5:05 PM on Friday, Sinnemahoning Fire Dept. & Karthaus ambulance dispatched to Hoover Road off Wykoff Run Road & Quehanna Highway for a male victim of a motorcycle accident. Caller reports possibly minor injuries. Bennetts Valley Ambulance also dispatched.
  4. CLEARFIELD – Both inmates who escaped from Clearfield County Jail in late May are now back in custody, according to District Attorney Ryan Sayers. Robert Miller Jr., 51, of Clearfield was apprehended by the Lawrence Township Police Department with the assistance of Clearfield Borough police. “Thanks to the tips from the community and the hard work of Lawrence Township police officers, Miller is no longer at-large,” said Sayers in a social media post Sunday. He was located at the residence of his daughter, 27-year-old Amber Dunsmore and 31-year-old Michael Folmar, both of Clearfield, police said. Miller was incarcerated on his escape warrant while Dunsmore and Folmar were also housed on charges for hindering apprehension
  5. No. Penfield is Clearfield Co. Force is Elk Co. 😉
  6. I don’t understand why they keep saying White was captured in the Penfield area. He wasn’t!! He was caught 5 miles north of the light in Penfield, which is Elk Co in the town of Force. DuBois PSP & Ridgway PSP were all over the place, he wasn’t going anywhere!!
  7. He sure was trying like hell to get away from the 👮🏻‍♂️ who were hot on his tail!! Plus he stole 3 vehicles last week.
  8. Escaped inmate apprehended By Jeff Corcino jcorcino@theprogressnews.com State troopers have caught Donald J. White, 46, of Brockway, who escaped from the Clearfield County Jail in Lawrence Township on May 30. Clearfield County District Attorney Ryan Sayers and Lawrence Township Police Chief Douglas Clark said that White was apprehended by the Ridgway and DuBois state police. White was in a car and was apprehended by state troopers following a vehicle pursuit, Sayers and Clark said. Sayers said it was a coordinated effort between state police and the Clearfield County District Attorney's Office. White was apprehended after they received some tips on his whereabouts. "Thanks to the tireless and diligent (work) of the state police, White is back in custody," Sayers said. Sayers also asked the public to report any information they have on these escapees or on any crime, because if it is actionable, the police will follow through
  9. Good 🍀 DuBois Central. We are all cheering for you!! ⚾️
  10. Bon


    Bullies are usually bullied themselves.
  11. I sincerely hope your day turned out to be an awesome one & all your worries were for nothing. Most of all, I hope you learn to live in the moment and don’t worry about tomorrow, it will get here fast enough!! Believe me, you will have a lot less stress & be a whole lot happier!! 🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻 ✝️
  12. Two inmates remain at large after escaping from the Clearfield County Jail, Lawrence Township police say.
  13. Bon


    I posted it on my FB page.
  14. Mike Rowe, Fox Business to highlight Pa. construction company on ‘How America Works’ By Sean Adams | sadams@pennlive.com Volvo Construction Equipment of Shippensburg will be featured on an upcoming episode of "How America Works." The hour-long Fox Business program is hosted by Mike Rowe and takes in-depth looks at the companies and workers that helps keep American infrastructure moving. A Shippensburg business will be featured on an upcoming episode of the Fox Business Network program “How America Works.” The hour-long program, hosted by Mike Rowe, recently began its latest season, and takes in-depth looks at the companies and workers that helps keep American infrastructure moving. The upcoming episode airing on May 30 will showcase Volvo Construction Equipment of Shippensburg as one of those companies. “Our country wouldn’t exist without the machines you’re about to see, and the machines you’re about to see wouldn’t exist without the hard working folks at places like Volvo Construction Equipment,” Rowe says at the beginning of the upcoming episode, according to a spokesperson with Fox Business. “When you tell these guys go big or go home, they don’t go home, and they don’t just go big either, they go heavy. Because they know heavy equipment is a big part, a really big part, of how America works.” The program airs at 8 p.m. EST on May 30. For more info, visit the Fox Business website.
  15. Well-Known U.S. Mechanic Says High Gas Prices Are a Scam, He Blames Shell Home > News > U-turn 29 May 2022, 22:26 UTC · by Florin Amariei The current situation with gas prices annoys almost anyone. We all pay too much. Even auto mechanics are starting to speak against what major players in the industry are doing. Shell has caught the attention of a particular man that’s not afraid to bluntly share his views. Here’s what he has to say. Gas prices are averaging at over $4 a gallon in every state at the time of writing. We’re nowhere near a solution, since problems keep piling up and inflation is not stopping. Besides those that have a lot of assets, almost everyone is affected one way or another by the current economic climate. Scotty Kilmer got pretty angry about it. He did some research and found out a couple of disturbing facts. Now he’s sharing them with everyone. The mechanic-turned-YouTuber argues Shell tripled its profits just this year alone. He quotes the energy company saying that 2022 brought “strong results in volatile times.” Whilst this may be unequivocally true, the same thing can’t be said about what’s going on at the pump. The profits are pouring in, while millions of Americans are trying to make ends meet. Kilmer talks about how Shell is trying to cover up making an immense amount of money by just keeping their pricing policies on an uptrend and telling everyone current times are uncertain, even though things have stabilized a bit on an international level. Big players in the oil industry are trying to make money from investments in fossil fuels to pour them into green energy. We’ll need a lot of sustainable electricity if we want to avoid problems that are changing our world for the worse. Charging infrastructure is, at the same time, extremely important. But Scotty Kilmer thinks oil companies aren’t treating their customers right. He says that the costs of selling fuel might’ve increased, but the amount earned from doing this also tripled. That’s why he calls entities like Shell “greedy swine” for wanting more and more money. The famous U.S. auto mechanic also says oil companies will continue to do this because “they can get away with it” while “making more and more excuses.” Unfortunately, gas prices will continue to remain high. Scotty Kilmer also thinks entities like Shell are looking forward to getting these impressive numbers out so people can be inclined to invest in oil companies, even if they’re not doing any more spending to increase the output. OPEC isn’t helping either. The countries are still trying to find a proper solution for producing and exporting more oil. In the end, Scotty Kilmer says Shell’s action and public behavior are just a show of “insanity.” Do you agree with him? Share your thoughts with us down below. We’re reading everything!
  16. Lawrence Township Police Seeking Escapees From Work Release Lawrence Township Police Department 14m · ‼️⚠️***WANTED***⚠️‼️ The Lawrence Township Police is actively searching and asking for the public’s help in locating two inmates who walked off during work release Monday May 30th, 2022 at approximately 12:15pm. The males are identified as Robert Lee MILLER of Clearfield and Donald J WHITE of Dubois. Both were last seen in the area of Kurtz Brothers along Daisy Street Extension wearing white tshirts and white boxer type shorts. Warrants for both individuals have been issued. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Lawrence Township Police Department at 814-765-1533.
  17. Deputy fire chief made sexually suggestive comment to department secretary, flashed penis: police By Jenna Wise | jwise@pennlive.com A Dauphin County deputy fire chief asked his department’s secretary for a “mustache ride” and made sexual comments about her body for months while they volunteered at the firehouse, court documents said. Dustin M. Shenfeld, 29, was charged with harassment May 13 for his alleged treatment of the woman at Citizens Fire Co. No. 1 of Highspire, a department that recently closed to undergo leadership changes. Shenfeld regularly made comments like, “Why don’t you ever show your body?” and inappropriate remarks about how she dressed, according to an affidavit of probable cause. The woman told Highspire police she held off filing a complaint because she did not want it to affect her membership in the fire department, according to the affidavit. Police said the harassment began in mid 2021 and continued into 2022, despite her asking him to stop. Highspire police said Shenfeld admitted to sending the woman a Snapchat photo of himself with a sexually-charged caption. Shenfeld told investigators his comments were only jokes, according to the affidavit. Middletown police said Shenfeld pulled out his penis in the home of a woman he knew in late April, weeks before he was charged with harassment, according to another affidavit. The affidavit said Shenfeld dropped off baby wipes at the woman’s home April 26, then exposed himself and said, “It’s not gonna kill you to lay here for 30 seconds. It’s the least you can do for me since I brought wipes.” He previously Snapchatted the woman about having sex, and she said no, the affidavit said. Shenfeld is charged with indecent exposure, a second-degree misdemeanor, for the alleged Middletown incident. The Highspire harassment charge is a third-degree misdemeanor. Citizens Fire Co. announced earlier last week that it would no longer respond to calls until some changes were made. In an email to PennLive, Highspire Public Safety director Mark Stonbraker said the decision came after several years of struggles with leadership, plus “a number of concerns have been recently brought to Borough Council’s attention as to how the firefighters were responding to calls and the lack of leadership and direction at fire scenes.” In addition to fire training for all of the department’s volunteers, Stonbraker said he anticipations a reorganization of the supervisors including bringing in an outside chief. The department will still host fundraisers and its social hall will continue operation during the closure. Lower Swatara Township, Steelton, and Middletown fire companies are temporarily handling emergency calls in Highspire Borough
  18. 3-Day Detour Coming on Winslow Hill Project in Elk County As work continues in Benezette, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is alerting area motorists to a detour coming soon on the Winslow Hill Road (T-520) project in Elk County. June 6, 7, and 8, Winslow Hill Road (T-520) will be closed so that work to install an elliptical culvert pipe can take place. Once the pipe is in place, the detour will be lifted and remaining work will be done under daylight, roadway flagging. The detour will follow Route 555. Access to the Elk Visitors Center will be maintained on the Benezette side. Access to the Blue Sky area will be maintained on the Grant side of Winslow Hill Road. Overall, the 5.6 mile project includes roadway widening and reconstruction, improvements of roadway shoulders to enhance pedestrian movements, emergency vehicle accommodation, drainage, and guide rail. The $2.8 million project will enhance safety for residents and tourists—particularly during elk viewing season. Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. is the contractor on this local project. Project updates can be found at Winslow Hill Road (pa.gov).
  19. State police reported investigating a fatal accident in Benezette Township. Police Report Douglas Stethem, 65, of indiana, was operating a motorcycle on Losey Road and failed to negotiate a curve and struck a tree head-on. Stethman was pronounced deceased at the scene.
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