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Bill to Aid Ambulance Companies Heads to Governor’s Desk

Pennsylvania ambulance companies would be reimbursed for providing treatment, even if no transport takes place, under legislation approved by the House and on its way to the governor’s desk, said Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint). “This is another major step forward in our work to better support the ambulance services we…

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14 Indicted for Drug Trafficking

14 people have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their involvement in a meth trafficking ring in the Jamestown area. The US Attorney’s office says they had been running organization since March of 2017.  While executing search warrants law enforcement found 10 firearms, multiple rounds of ammunition, more…

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Senate Does Not Vote on Statute of Limitations Bill

The State Senate did not vote on statute of limitations reform yesterday, meaning there will not be any new measures regarding child sex abuse victims during the current legislative session. The Legislature is scheduled to go back to Harrisburg in January, but Senate President Joe Scarnati says he could and…

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Austin Woman Pleads Guilty in Two Cases

A Potter County woman has pleaded guilty to charges into two cases.  Court Records say that 29 year-old Kortney Bundy of Austin pleaded to criminal conspiracy to possess a controlled substance with the intent to manufacture of deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia and also a count of escape.  Bundy…

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Train Strikes Unoccupied Truck

A train struck an unoccupied truck Wednesday night near the Frame Funeral Home in Eldred.  Police say the truck, which was parked to close to the tracks, sustained damage to a bumper which was over-top the tracks.  A train inspector from the Western New York Pennsylvania Railroad inspected the train…

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Fatal Crash Near Ormsby

A Warren man is dead following a crash this morning on Route 59 near Ormsby. Police say 26-year-old Aaron Arnold was going at a high rate of speed while going around a curve when his pickup truck hit a guard rail, then crossed and went off the road and hit…

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Young to Sign Copies of Memoir at Luncheon

St. Bonaventure University’s Dr. Kimberly Young will sign copies of her memoir Tuesday, Oct. 23, at the Bradford Hospital Foundation’s annual Named Fund Luncheon. The event at the Pennhills Club in Bradford begins at 11:15 a.m.; call 814-362-3200 to register. “Building Mountains from Dust” chronicles Young’s transformation from a noted…

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Flickerwood Riesling Judged in State’s Top 10

Members of Philadelphia’s food and wine community gathered at Talula’s Daily on October 15, 2018, to celebrate Pennsylvania Wine Month and the state’s best wine determined by the 2018 PA Sommelier Judgment tasting panel. The panel, made up of 14 regional sommeliers and wine experts, tasted upwards of 100 Pennsylvania…

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Cops: Man Tries to Smother Fiancé

A Bradford man is accused of  trying to smother his fiancé with a pillow this morning. Police say the woman told them Keven Curtis pushed, tripped and shoved her, and when he was trying to smother her with the pillow he punched it while it was on her face. Police…

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