Tioga County is in increasing need of foster parents

by Sarah Vickery

There is an increased need for foster families here in Tioga County. Currently, there are are 407,000 children in foster care in the United States, 20,858 in Pennsylvania, and 43 locally. The average age of children placed is 1 to 3 years, with the average length of placement being 14.6 months, after which the child is either returned to their home or adopted.

Tara Gorden, Foster Care Coordinator for Tioga County, sat down with Wellsboro Home Page to discuss the need and the process for becoming a foster parent. An individual must be 21 years old, a resident of the county, and necessary background checks will be conducted. It is important to keep the foster child in their current school district, which provides the child with a sense of normalcy in their lives. Training and support groups are available monthly for the foster family, with telephone support available 24 hours a day. If you would like to learn more about becoming a foster parent, call 570-724-5766.

You can hear about Tara’s personal foster care experience in today’s video feature posted above.

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Cowanesque High School to premiere weekend stage production!

by Sarah Vickery

Wellsboro Homepage had the opportunity to get a sneak peek of Cowanesque Valley High School’s spring drama, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. The energy was felt all throughout the cast and crew during first night of dress rehearsals. Karin Knaus and David Wert teamed up to co-direct this production. Forty-two cast members will bring this literary classic to the stage. With such strong connections to Mark Twain, here in the Twin Tiers, Knaus found it an easy choice of productions to share. You won’t want to miss the talent these students exude!

Show times for Tom Sawyer are Friday February 28 at 7:00, Saturday March 1 at 7:00, and Sunday March 2 at 2:00. Tickets are just $7 for adults, and $3 for students.

“The show itself has been a true delight to prepare. We are proud of our connections to Mark Twain in these Twin Tiers, and the story you are about to see is both familiar and beloved. Also, we think it will stick with you, because everyone knows a Tom Sawyer… he’s the kid down the street who is always getting into mischief or the nephew who makes you laugh in spite of your frustrations or the sister that you want to reprimand, but truly envy for her unflappable spirit of adventure.

We hope this show makes you smile long after the curtain closes and that we send you home with toes tapping from the lively score. Most importantly, we hope you take with you the greatest lesson Tom has to share: life is to be lived with joy.”

– David Wert & Karin Knaus

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Ryan Campbell interviews forward Joe Bell and Head Coach Rich Miller

by Joe Carreon

Homepage had the opportunity to get an inside look at the Mansfield University Men’s Basketball program. Mansfield University Correspondent Ryan Campbell spoke with star forward Joe Bell and asked him about some of his goals and mindsets. Bell had a great sophomore season last year and another great campaign during his junior year.

Joe started in all 28 games as a sophomore. He led the team and ranked seventh in the PSAC in scoring at 17.4 points a game. He scored in double-figures in all but two games this season, had 10 games of 20+ points and two games of 30+ points, matched his career high of 34 points in a win over Clarion. His 22 rebounds against Clarion were the second highest total in NCAA Division II last season. He ranked sixth in the PSAC in rebounding at 7.9 boards an outing and totaled eight games with double-digit rebounds. Bell was seventh in the conference in field goal percentage at 48.4% and shot 74.0% from the free throw line. He was named team Most Valuable Player and selected as the Mansfield Male Winter Athlete of the Year for two consecutive seasons.

Coach Rich Miller just completed his 9th season as the head coach of the Mountaineer basketball program. Now in his 14th season as part or the Mountaineer coaching staff, Miller served as assistant coach for six seasons before being promoted to head coach in 2005.

In his first year at the helm of the program, the Mountaineers reached the PSAC playoffs while narrowly missing a playoff berth in the final game of the season in each of the next two seasons. Mansfield returned to the PSAC playoffs in 2008-09 for the second time in Miller’s first four seasons as head coach.

During the 2009-10 season, Miller led the Mountaineers to a PSAC East regular season championship going 10-4 in conference games. The very next season, Miller’s team repeated as PSAC East champs and earned an NCAA tournament berth, the first for the Mountaineers since 1997. Miller was named PSAC East Coach of the Year for his efforts during the 2010-11 season.

Miller’s teams have ranked among the PSAC scoring leaders each season of his tenure, displaying an exciting up-tempo game that’s enjoyable to players and fans alike.

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The Weekly Briefing with Police Chief Jim Bodine

by Joe Carreon

Our feature today has to do with the proper protocols that should be followed during a traffic stop by law enforcement officials. Chief Jim Bodine of the Wellsboro Police Department told us what we should do when we get pulled over.

The first thing we need to do is pull to the right side of the roadway when it’s safe to do so. This is a common misconception among motorists. Many think you have to pull over right away but the officer performing the traffic stop would rather you take your time and find a safe area where both you and the officer will be out of danger. The second thing that Chief Bodine reminded us of is that we are never to exit the vehicle. We are to await the officers arrival and allow them the necessary time to approach the vehicle. If the stop is being performed at night, turn on your interior lights and use your hazard warning lamps. Another important thing to remember is to make no quick or sudden movements. Remain calm and patient and wait for the officer to request the appropriate documents.

There are three possible outcomes of a traffic stop. The first is a citation for alleged violations. You must plead guilty or not guilty to the citation and mail into the proper justice. The address you will need is on the front of the citation.

The second is a written warning. If it is a warning for a technical issue (registration, inspection, etc.) you will have five days to fix the issue. Do not forget to return the warning card within the prescribed time limit or you will receive a citation in the mail.

The third possible outcome is a verbal warning. This is solely at the officers discretion. However, it’s always a good policy to be polite and respectful to the authority present. Rushing, arguing with, or belittling an officer will never make your situation better.

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Today’s triple game feature highlights the action from district playoffs!

by Joe Carreon

It’s playoff time, and with that comes the ever present reality that if you don’t win now, your season is over. It’s time to put everything that you’ve worked so hard for throughout the season on the line.

The Mansfield Lady Tigers took on the East Juniata Lady Tigers in their first playoff game of the season. Mansfield started slow and seemed to have a hard time getting their offense in a good rhythm. Things turned around in the second half for Mansfield and they were able to pull though beating East Juniata 42-34.

Friday night featured men’s basketball action with Mansfield hosting North Penn. This was an emotional game for many North Penn fans as they faced the prospect that this could be the last Panther basketball game to ever be played. It was a tight game throughout with neither team giving an inch. Mansfield would make a run but North Penn answered every time. The largest lead in the 4th quarter was six points for the Tigers but North Penn’s Dayton Wood shot well and brought the lead to within a point on a 2 point lay-in and a 3. The Panthers held a one point lead with just seconds to go. Mansfield had possession but the Panthers forced the Tigers’ Bryce Zaparzynski into a bad shot. Tigers’ point guard Brady Andrews happened to be in the right place at the right time. Andrews was under the basket and caught the rebound. He put it back up and turned around, looked at the clock and raised his fists in victory. It was a dramatic win for the Tigers and keep their season alive. On the other side it eliminated the Panthers from the playoffs and potentially ended the basketball program of North Penn for good with the impending closure of the school. The Panthers played with such heart till the end and it is a disappointing loss for the school and town of Blossburg. Mansfield will wait to see who they play in the semi-final round. Their 56-55 win keeps them alive for one more game.

The Wellsboro Hornets traveled to Lewisburg to face the top ranked Green Dragons. The was close early but the Hornets were overwhelmed with Lewisburg’s three point shooting. The Hornets trailed 36-26 at halftime. Wellsboro was never able to close the gap as Lewisburg pulled away in the final quarter. They bested Wellsboro 64-47.

Senior Joey Doganiero led the Hornets with 14 points and showed tons heart trying to keep his team close. Michael Pietropola chipped in 11. Senior Dylan Prough also added 5 points and 5 assists. It was a tough loss for the whole team especially seniors Doganiero and Prough as it was their last time taking the hardwood as a member of the Hornets.

For the complete recap and highlights be sure to click the video link above.

As always, thanks to WellsboroAthletics.com administrator, Ed Weaver for providing Homepage with statistics all season.

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THE NTL SHOWDOWNS!

The Wellsboro Hornets traveled to Mansfield where they faced the Tigers in the opening round of the NTL playoffs Friday night. The game was originally scheduled for Thursday but pushed back to Friday due to the winter storm.

Neither team seemed affected by the extra day off and looked fresh and ready to play. The Hornets took an early 13-7 lead after the first quarter. The Hornets executed their offense well and took advantage of a lot of missed shots by the Tigers and converted them into transition baskets. The Tigers struggled all night long trying to get their offense in gear but never were able to do so.

The Hornets defeated the Tigers 78-48 and advanced to the NTL championship.

The Hornets faced the Towanda Black Knights Saturday at Mansfield University. This was the third time the two teams faced each other with the Black Knights defeating the Hornets in the past two match-ups.

Both teams came out of the gate strong trading baskets and not giving an inch. Towanda started out the first quarter shooting great from three-point land. Noah Wheeler led that charge with 9 points in the first quarter. All of them being three-pointers. Towanda led 16-13 after the first quarter. Wellsboro would then go on to outscore the Black Knights 12-7 in the second quarter. In the third quarter the hornets came out playing excellent offense attacking the rim and using great execution to pull away from the Black Knights. Towanda settled for tough contested jump shots in the fourth quarter and was never able to claw back in it. Wellsboro beat Towanda by a final score of 56-47.

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THE WEEKLY BRIEFING – GOT DRUGS?

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has scheduled another National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day which will take place on Saturday, April 26, 2014, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:.00 p.m. The DEA will coordinate a collaborative effort with state and local law enforcement agencies focused on removing potentially dangerous controlled substances from our nation’s medicine cabinets. This is a great opportunity for those who missed the previous events, or who have subsequently accumulated unwanted, unused prescription drugs, to safely dispose of those medications to law enforcement officers for destruction. The program provides an opportunity for law enforcement, prevention, treatment, and the business community to collaborate and establish a safe collection site for all Americans, regardless of where they reside.

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REAL CARS, REAL ROADS, REAL FAST!

The winter rally was held on Saturday, Feb. 15. A total of seven participants competed in this unique racing event. Rallying is a form of auto racing that takes place on public or private roads with modified or specially built road-legal cars. This racing is distinguished by its point-to-point format in which participants and their co-drivers drive between set control points called special stages. Each driver leaves the starting point of each stage at set intervals, and their completion time – from start to finish – for that stage is recorded. The race is won by the driver with the shortest total completion time of all the stages.

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BREAKING NEWS – SUSQUEHANNA HEALTH AFFILIATES WITH CLEVELAND CLINIC

Susquehanna Health today announced an affiliation with Cleveland Clinic’s Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart and Vascular Institute. The affiliation combines the academic, clinical and research components of Cleveland Clinic with the regional leader in cardiac services in northcentral Pennsylvania.

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THE OTHER SIDE OF 911

The Tioga County Department of Emergency Services is a department within county government that administers several different programs that work together to enhance the safety and well-being of residents and visitors to Tioga County . The Department includes the programs of Emergency Management Agency and Homeland Security, 911 Communications Center, Hazardous Material Planning & Response, Emergency Medical Services, and Fire and Rescue Training. The Department also includes the West Nile Virus Surveillance program.

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Home Page takes a behind-the-scenes look at 911 dispatch headquarters

by Joe Carreon

Wellsboro Homepage had the opportunity to take a tour of the Tioga county department of emergency services. They gave us an inside look at all the major components that go into running such an expansive and important operation for the people of Tioga County. Home Page’s Sarah Vickery also sat down and spoke with David Cohick, the director of emergency services for our area and asked him some important questions regarding their upcoming relocation.

The Tioga County Department of Emergency Services is a department within county government that administers several different programs that work together to enhance the safety and well-being of residents and visitors to Tioga County . The Department includes the programs of Emergency Management Agency and Homeland Security, 911 Communications Center, Hazardous Material Planning & Response, Emergency Medical Services, and Fire and Rescue Training. The Department also includes the West Nile Virus Surveillance program.

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Susquehanna Health launches affiliation with Cleveland Clinic

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Susquehanna Health today announced an affiliation with Cleveland Clinic’s Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart and Vascular Institute. The affiliation combines the academic, clinical and research components of Cleveland Clinic with the regional leader in cardiac services in northcentral Pennsylvania.

The Ohio-based Cleveland Clinic has been ranked No. 1 in heart care by U.S. News & World Report for 19 consecutive years.

“For nearly forty years, Susquehanna Health’s heart program has been a leader in this community. We are excited to add Cleveland Clinic’s quality and reputation to our own,” says Michael Lazar, MD, Medical Director of Susquehanna Health Heart & Vascular Institute. “I am honored to be a part of such a strong team of quality physicians both at Susquehanna Health and Cleveland Clinic. I look forward to incorporating their best practices and learning from our peers at Cleveland Clinic. Our patients will benefit from this affiliation as we grow our knowledge of cardiac care and the new treatments and therapies we can offer.”

“Collaborations like this are good for patients because they are evidence that their local healthcare provider is striving to provide them with the most advanced care and has a future-looking focus,” says Bruce Lytle, MD, Chairman, Cleveland Clinic Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute. “Susquehanna Health’s Heart & Vascular Institute is clearly committed to high quality patient care, and by affiliating with Cleveland Clinic, it is fostering relationships and building bridges that will allow it to continue raising the bar for heart care in northcentral Pennsylvania.”

Once the program is fully implemented, Susquehanna Health patients will benefit from the latest development in research trends and shared treatment protocols and best practices offered through Cleveland Clinic. Beyond weekly regular communications such as Grand Rounds teleconferencing between the two organizations’ heart and vascular clinical staffs, plans for Susquehanna Health’s Heart & Vascular Institute’s team also include visits to Cleveland to view their operations and speak with representatives in related services such as Pharmacy, Respiratory Therapy and Cardiac Rehabilitation.

About Susquehanna Health

Susquehanna Health is a four-hospital integrated health system including Divine Providence Hospital, Muncy Valley Hospital, Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital and Williamsport Regional Medical Center located in northcentral Pennsylvania. Serving patients from an 11-county region, Susquehanna Health is a healthcare leader and has been recognized at the national and state levels for quality of care. Susquehanna Health offers a wide array of services that include cancer care, heart and vascular care/heart surgery, neurosciences including neurosurgery, orthopedics, urology, OB/GYN, gastrointestinal services, behavioral health, physical rehabilitation, home care, long term care, assisted living and paramedic/ambulance services. Visit us at www.susquehannahealth.org.

About Cleveland Clinic

Cleveland Clinic is a nonprofit multispecialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education. Located in Cleveland, Ohio, it was founded in 1921 by four renowned physicians with a vision of providing outstanding patient care based upon the principles of cooperation, compassion and innovation. Cleveland Clinic has pioneered many medical breakthroughs, including coronary artery bypass surgery and the first face transplant in the United States. U.S.News & World Report consistently names Cleveland Clinic as one of the nation’s best hospitals in its annual “America’s Best Hospitals” survey. More than 3,000 full-time salaried physicians and researchers and 11,000 nurses represent 120 medical specialties and subspecialties. The Cleveland Clinic health system includes a main campus near downtown Cleveland, eight community hospitals, more than 75 Northern Ohio outpatient locations, including 16 full-service Family Health Centers, Cleveland Clinic Florida, the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas, Cleveland Clinic Canada, and, currently under construction, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. In 2012, there were 5.1 million outpatient visits throughout the Cleveland Clinic health system and 157,000 hospital admissions. Patients came for treatment from every state and from more than 130 countries. Visit us at www.clevelandclinic.org. Follow us at www.twitter.com/ClevelandClinic.

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Waste Management sponsors the 2014 Winter Performance Rally

by Andrew Moore

We had the privilege of covering the Waste Management Winter Rally this past weekend. The winter rally was held on Saturday, Feb. 15. A total of seven participants competed in this unique racing event. Rallying is a form of auto racing that takes place on public or private roads with modified or specially built road-legal cars. This racing is distinguished by its point-to-point format in which participants and their co-drivers drive between set control points called special stages. Each driver leaves the starting point of each stage at set intervals, and their completion time – from start to finish – for that stage is recorded. The race is won by the driver with the shortest total completion time of all the stages.

The Waste Management Winter Rally consisted “of one stage, run five times, covering a total of 56 miles with 44 stage miles on land owned by Waste Management and used as part of the STPR stages.” – STPR.org

Driver Alvin Fong and co-driver William Machin claimed first place, completing the race with a total stage clear time of 1 hour, 21 minutes, 36.2 seconds. John Kramer and Adam Kimmett took second place followed by Antonio Esposito and Philip Barnes in third place. For full results, you can visit http://www.stpr.org/2014winterrally/results.html.

For more exciting rally action be sure to check out the Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally that takes place this summer, May 30-31st. This event brings in participants and rally fans from all over the world! For more information, you can visit their website at http://www.stpr.org

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Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal!

by John Vogt

Our feature story today has to do with drugs and how we can help safeguard Tioga County, PA from the increased use of harmful and sometimes deadly drug abuse. Chief Jim Bodine of the Wellsboro Police Department guides us through the steps we can take to participate in Drug Take Back Day.

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has scheduled another National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day which will take place on Saturday, April 26, 2014, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:.00 p.m. DEA will coordinate a collaborative effort with state and local law enforcement agencies focused on removing potentially dangerous controlled substances from our nation’s medicine cabinets. This is a great opportunity for those who missed the previous events, or who have subsequently accumulated unwanted, unused prescription drugs, to safely dispose of those medications to law enforcement officers for destruction. The program provides an opportunity for law enforcement, prevention, treatment, and the business community to collaborate and establish a safe collection site for all Americans, regardless of where they reside.

Disposal of unwanted, unused or expired drugs is one of four strategies for reducing prescription drug abuse and diversion laid out in Epidemic: Responding to America’s Prescription Drug Abuse Crisis. The other strategies include education of health care providers, patients, parents and youth; enhancing and encouraging the establishment of prescription drug monitoring programs in all the states; and increased enforcement to address doctor shopping and pill mills. The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposal, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of these medications.


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Do you need help keeping your home warm?

With bitter cold temperatures continuing across the region, some homeowners may be having trouble meeting the financial demands to heat their homes. If you, or someone you know, are at risk of being unable to heat their home, check out the state’s Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. This program helps low-income people pay their heating bills through home energy assistance grants and crisis grants. Cash grants are awarded based on household income, family size, type of heating fuel and region. Crisis grants are provided in the event of a heating emergency, including broken heating equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replaced, lack of fuel, termination of utility service or danger of being without fuel or of having utility service terminated. Assistance with home heating crisis situations is available 24 hours a day. Residents should contact Tioga County Assistance Office at 570-724-4051.

Jobs

Are you looking for work? Peggy’s Candies and Gifts is now hiring. They are looking for three new employees. Call today for an interview at 570-724-3317.

PA Trout Stocking

Pennsylvania trout stocking schedules are now available online in preparation for opening day of trout season this spring. A total of 733 streams and 124 lakes will be stocked as a part of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s 2014 adult trout stocking program. The PFBC will stock nearly four million adult trout in Pennsylvania rivers and streams that are open to the public for fishing. More than one million additional trout will be stocked by private contractors across the Commonwealth. Opening day for trout season for the northern tier is currently scheduled for Saturday, April 12. Copies of the trout stocking schedules can be found online at www.RepBaker.com.

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Remember anytime you want to go back to our front cover page just click our Home Page logo at the top left hand corner of our website. If you are looking for a previously aired story and you can’t find it on our front page just click on Archives in the left side menu. If you really like one of our features please email the link to your family and friends or post it on Facebook or Twitter. Home Page is a great way to let out-of-towners know what’s going on around here and invite them come to Tioga County for visit.

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Hornets defeat Tigers, advance to win NTL title against Towanda.

by Joe Carreon

The Wellsboro Hornets traveled to Mansfield where they faced the Tigers in the opening round of the NTL playoffs Friday night. The game was originally scheduled for Thursday but pushed back to Friday due to the winter storm.

Neither team seemed affected by the extra day off and looked fresh and ready to play.

The Hornets took an early 13-7 lead after the first quarter. The Hornets executed their offense well and took advantage of a lot of missed shots by the Tigers and converted them into transition baskets. The Tigers struggled all night long trying to get their offense in gear but never were able to do so.

Dawson Prough and Michael Pietropola led all scorers with 20 points each. Joey Doganiero also added 14 points and three assists. Kieron Smethers had a double double with 13 points and 12 rebounds.

Mansfield’s Bo Burleigh led the team with 15 points. Jarrod Burd and Bryce Zaparzynski each added 10.

The Hornets defeated the Tigers 78-48 and advanced to the NTL championship.

The Hornets faced the Towanda Black Knights Saturday at Mansfield University. This was the third time the two teams faced each other with the Black Knights defeating the Hornets in the past two match-ups.

Both teams came out of the gate strong trading baskets and not giving an inch. Towanda started out the first quarter shooting great from three-point land. Noah Wheeler led that charge with 9 points in the first quarter. All of them being three-pointers. Towanda led 16-13 after the first quarter. Wellsboro would then go on to outscore the Black Knights 12-7 in the second quarter. In the third quarter the hornets came out playing excellent offense attacking the rim and using great execution to pull away from the Black Knights. Towanda settled for tough contested jump shots in the fourth quarter and was never able to claw back in it. Wellsboro beat Towanda by a final score of 56-47.

Pietropola led the Hornets with 15 points. Doganiero and Dylan Prough each had 11 points and Kieron Smethers had a double double for the second straight night with 10 points and 17 rebounds.

Both teams begin District play next week. For the complete recap click the video link above.

Special thanks to Ed Weaver of WellsboroAthletics.com for providing Homepage with box scores throughout the season.

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Happy Weekend, Tioga County! We hope you had a wonderful Valentine’s Day! It’s time once again to take a look at what happened the past week. The Weekly Highlights are a great way to catch up, but don’t forget that you can always watch the full stories from either our front page or the archives section.

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SPORTS DOUBLE FEATURE!

The Mansfield Lady Tigers faced the North Penn Lady Panthers on Friday night. The Tigers are still looking to improve their playoff seeding so this was a crucial game for them. Both teams exchanged few scores early on as sloppy play plagued both squads. It was the second quarter that would define this game as the Tigers held the Panthers to just 4 points in the quarter.

Alyssa Davey-Bostic led all scorers dropping in 21 points on the night. Ali Hillson added 14 and Kaitlyn Garverick had 11.

Becca Toothacher led the Panthers with12 followed by Mariah Berguson with 9. Three Panthers, Berguson, Kline and Smith added 4 points each. Mansfield wins it 62-41.

Thursday night’s game marked a special occasion as it is the last contest to ever be held in North Penn’s famous “Pitt.” North Penn hosted Mansfield and I couldn’t think of a better “farewell game” if you will for this great court.

The scoring was few and far between in the first quarter as both teams could only muster a combined 10 points as the Tigers grasped a 6-4 lead. The offense would pick up in the second quarter, both teams got out on the run and attacked the basket with much more intensity.

Bo Burleigh led all scorers with 18 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 assists. Chandler Correll added 12 points and 6 rebounds.

For the Panthers Dayton Wood led the charge scoring 13 points. Levi Christman added 10 points. Konnor Manikowski and Dylan Rudinski contributed off the bench scoring 6 and 9 points respectively. North Penn won 60-50.

It was a great contest and the crowd was not let down. The Panthers were embraced by their loyal fans after the game in what was an emotional victory. For the complete recap of both games, click the video link above.

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LEARN TO SKI AT SKI SAWMILL!

Ski Sawmill is a great learn-to-ski mountain. They have a great staff of instructors that can teach you how to Ski or Snow-Board from start to finish. They also have a wide variety of slopes on the mountain to meet the needs of a beginner or a seasoned expert.

In today’s feature Tim and Ski Sawmill instructor Laura Young will show you what it’s like to visit Ski Sawmill as a brand new skier. Laura covers everything you would need to know to get started. So, if you have been hesitant to take that first step to learn how to ski and experience the great outdoors in our area like never before… today’s feature video is just for you. There are no surprises and no one is going to leave you on the mountain to find your own way down. Laura will make sure we are good to go before ever leaving your side. That’s one of the great things that makes Ski Sawmill different. They are there for you every step of the way.

Laura covers everything from filling out the paperwork and fitting your skis up to the point when it’s time to head out on your own to enjoy some of the best snow making and best grooming anywhere. You won’t be facing the mountain terrified but equipped with the right instruction and confidence to enjoy the full skiing experience at Ski Sawmill Family Resort.

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REMOTE INTELLIGENCE TAKES FLIGHT!

Welcome to our first addition of Tioga Tek with Matt Hoppes here on Wellsboro Home Page. This feature is designed to help keep you informed regarding the high technology being developed and/or used here in Tioga County. We hope that you will find this new feature educational and fascinating as we explore these high tech innovations together.

On today’s program, Matt’s special guests are Merlin Benner and Rob Schwarz of Remote Intelligence. The focus today is on unmanned systems in the sky used for both research and development including environmental mapping. Rob Schwarz says that this is just the beginning of this kind of technology and compares it to where the internet was twenty years ago. Things are developing very quickly and Remote Intelligence is on the front edge of this new air-technology.

Merlin and Rob also discuss their development of the Maveric, a unique kind of air system that they hope to sell to both government and civil organizations.

The Maveric Unmanned Aerial System comes complete with three camera systems. A forward looking daytime camera for pilot flight information, a Gimbaled Daytime camera for targeted observation that retracts for landing, and an additional Thermal camera payload for heat signature operations. The Maveric weighs in at just 2.4 pounds and her composite wing can wrap around the fuselage for tube storage and transportation. It can be carried and deployed by an operator in almost any terrain. This platform is quiet and tactical with up to 70 minutes flight time. The Maveric is electric powered and can operate up to 26000 foot elevations. Most flights are 150-200 Ft AGL for best video and picture quality. The brain of the Maveric is fully autonomous so all you have to concentrate on is operating the cameras in high stress operations.

For more information you can visit Remote Intelligence’s website at http://www.remote-intelligence.com.

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STRUCTURE FIRE IN MIDDLEBURY CENTER!

The Wellsboro Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 11667 Route 287 in Middlebury Center at 5:04 PM late Wednesday afternoon. Route 287 was closed for a period of time while firemen worked on the situation. State Police and utility companies also responded. According to one source the structure involved was a Water Authority Building located at the main corner in Middlebury Center. There were no reports of injuries.

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PSU NEWS FROM NATIONAL SIGNING DAY!

Head Coach James Franklin has started a new tradition at Penn State in honor of National Letter of Intent Day. A day that he says is like a holiday for him. Coach Franklin hosted “The Signature Event” to celebrate this year’s recruiting class in the Bryce Jordan Center. The day began with a press conference to discuss the future of Penn State football. Coach Franklin said the recruiting class consists of not only talented young men, but men that will make the school proud both on and off the field.

The event began with numerous performances from the Blue Band, twirlers, Lionettes and cheerleaders. Joshua Johnson, a student who has become famous for tap dancing in the New York City subways to raise money for his tuition, roused the crowd along with students Brittany Hicks and Chris Carmody who performed their original song titled “Diamonds In The Air” in honor of the upcoming THON Dance Marathon.

Former Penn State football star, Lavar Arrington, sat down with Coach Franklin and introduced all 25 members of this year’s recruiting class.

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IT’S VALENTINE’S DAY!

Happy Valentine’s Day from all your family here at Wellsboro Home Page! Valentine’s Day – also known as the Feast of Saint Valentine – and it’s traditions are observed on February 14 in many countries around the world. Back in 1913, Hallmark offered their very first Valentine’s Day cards. Today, the U.S. Greeting Card Association estimates that approximately 145 million valentines are sent each year in the U.S. Half of these valentines are given to family members other than spouses, usually to children – especially dads doting on their daughters. Valentine’s Day has become a day to express our love.

What is love? Webster’s dictionary defines it as a feeling of strong or constant affection for a person. The Bible defines love, in action, this way in 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 (from the New International Version – NIV): “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.”

Verse 8 is such a great encouragement and gives God’s hope to all of us. Love never fails.

Together, let’s make this year’s Valentines Day count. Remember, when you let special people in your life know that you love them, it doesn’t have to be expensive. It just needs to come from your heart. What comes from the heart touches a heart.

“Some of my most valued treasures I have tucked away for safe keeping are cards that my children made for me. Sit down and write a letter to your wife or daughter. Send a special card to your son letting him know how much you love him. Mom & Dad, you know what to do. What’s most important is that you remember. And then say it. And then show it. Happy Valentines Day!”
– John Vogt

In the studio with us today are Rachel Tews, owner of The Fifth Season, and Barbie Auman – the winner of The Nikki Hat drawing. Congratulations, Barbie!

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Johanna shares with us the heart of the holiday & we give away The Nikki Hat!

Happy Valentine’s Day from all your family here at Wellsboro Home Page! Valentine’s Day – also known as the Feast of Saint Valentine – and it’s traditions are observed on February 14 in many countries around the world. Back in 1913, Hallmark offered their very first Valentine’s Day cards. Today, the U.S. Greeting Card Association estimates that approximately 145 million valentines are sent each year in the U.S. Half of these valentines are given to family members other than spouses, usually to children – especially dads doting on their daughters. Valentine’s Day has become a day to express our love.

What is love? Webster’s dictionary defines it as a feeling of strong or constant affection for a person. The Bible defines love, in action, this way in 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 (from the New International Version – NIV): “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.”

Verse 8 is such a great encouragement and gives God’s hope to all of us. Love never fails.

Together, let’s make this year’s Valentines Day count. Remember, when you let special people in your life know that you love them, it doesn’t have to be expensive. It just needs to come from your heart. What comes from the heart touches a heart.

“Some of my most valued treasures I have tucked away for safe keeping are cards that my children made for me. Sit down and write a letter to your wife or daughter. Send a special card to your son letting him know how much you love him. Mom & Dad, you know what to do. What’s most important is that you remember. And then say it. And then show it. Happy Valentines Day!”
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In the studio with us today are Rachel Tews, owner of The Fifth Season, and Barbie Auman – the winner of The Nikki Hat drawing. Congratulations, Barbie!

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New head football coach James Franklin signs team recruits during “The Signature Event” at the Bryce Jordan Center!

by Corrin Binford

Head Coach James Franklin has started a new tradition at Penn State in honor of National Letter of Intent Day. A day that he says is like a holiday for him. Coach Franklin hosted “The Signature Event” to celebrate this year’s recruiting class in the Bryce Jordan Center. The day began with a press conference to discuss the future of Penn State football. Coach Franklin said the recruiting class consists of not only talented young men, but men that will make the school proud both on and off the field.

The event began with numerous performances from the Blue Band, twirlers, Lionettes and cheerleaders. Joshua Johnson, a student who has become famous for tap dancing in the New York City subways to raise money for his tuition, roused the crowd along with students Brittany Hicks and Chris Carmody who performed their original song titled “Diamonds In The Air” in honor of the upcoming THON Dance Marathon.

Former Penn State football star, Lavar Arrington, sat down with Coach Franklin and introduced all 25 members of this year’s recruiting class.

NAME -POSITION- HIGH SCHOOL

De’Andre Thompkins -WR- Swansboro (Swansboro, NC)

Michael O’Connor – PRO- IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL)

Tarow Barney -DT- Northwest Mississippi C.C. (Senatobia, MS)

Antoine White -DT- Millville (Millville, NJ)

Chasz Wright -OT- Milford Academy (New Berlin, NY)

Saeed Blacknall -WR- Manalapan (Englishtown, NJ)

Chris Godwin -WR- Middletown (Middletown, DE)

Mike Gesicki -TE- Southern Reg (Manahawkin, NJ)

Marcus Allen –S- Dr. Henry Wise (Upper Marlboro, MD)

Troy Apke –WR- Mt. Lebanon (Pittsburgh, PA)

Koa Farmer -S- Notre Dame (Riverside, CA)

Johnathan Thomas -RB- St. John’s Prep (Danvers, MA)

Troy Reeder -ILB- Salesianum (Wilmington, DE)

Noah Beh -OT- Scranton Prep (Scranton, PA)

Nick Scott -ATH- Fairfax (Fairfax, VA)

Trace McSorley -DUAL- Briar Woods (Ashburn, VA)

Daquan Worley -CB- Coatesville Area (Coatesville, PA)

Grant Haley -CB- Lovett School (Atlanta, GA)

Amani Oruwariye -CB- Gaither (Tampa, FL)

Brendan Brosnan -OT- Maine South (Park Ridge, IL)

Chance Sorrell -OT- Middletown (Middletown, OH)

Mark Allen -RB- DeMatha Catholic (Hyattsville, MD)

Christian Campbell -S- Central (Phenix City, AL)

Jason Cabinda -ATH- Hunterdon Central (Flemington, NJ)

Torrence Brown -ATH- Tuscaloosa Academy (Tuscaloosa, AL)

Coach Franklin could not stress enough the amount of support that is needed from the community. He encourages everyone to come out and support their state school at the Blue-White game on April 12, 2014.

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Fire department responds to fire at 11667 Route 287.

by John Vogt

The Wellsboro Fire Department has responded to a structure fire at 11667 Route 287 in Middlebury Center at 5:04 PM late Wednesday afternoon. Route 287 was closed for a period of time while firemen worked on the situation. State Police and utility companies also responded. According to one source the structure involved was a Water Authority Building located at the main corner in Middlebury Center. There were no reports of injuries.

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Matt Hoppes speaks with Remote Intelligence about their unmanned aerial vehicles.

by John Vogt

Welcome to our first addition of Tioga Tek with Matt Hoppes here on Wellsboro Home Page. This feature is designed to help keep you informed regarding the high technology being developed and/or used here in Tioga County. We hope that you will find this new feature educational and fascinating as we explore these high tech innovations together.

On today’s program, Matt’s special guests are Merlin Benner and Rob Schwarz of Remote Intelligence. The focus today is on unmanned systems in the sky used for both research and development including environmental mapping. Rob Schwarz says that this is just the beginning of this kind of technology and compares it to where the internet was twenty years ago. Things are developing very quickly and Remote Intelligence is on the front edge of this new air-technology.

Merlin and Rob also discuss their development of the Maveric, a unique kind of air system that they hope to sell to both government and civil organizations.

The Maveric Unmanned Aerial System comes complete with three camera systems. A forward looking daytime camera for pilot flight information, a Gimbaled Daytime camera for targeted observation that retracts for landing, and an additional Thermal camera payload for heat signature operations. The Maveric weighs in at just 2.4 pounds and her composite wing can wrap around the fuselage for tube storage and transportation. It can be carried and deployed by an operator in almost any terrain. This platform is quiet and tactical with up to 70 minutes flight time. The Maveric is electric powered and can operate up to 26000 foot elevations. Most flights are 150-200 Ft AGL for best video and picture quality. The brain of the Maveric is fully autonomous so all you have to concentrate on is operating the cameras in high stress operations.

For more information you can visit Remote Intelligence’s website at http://www.remote-intelligence.com.

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Tim Morey and Ski Sawmill instructor Laura Young teach us how to ski!

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Today’s feature story is part two – in a three part series with Tim Morey, our outdoor adventure correspondent on Ski Sawmill. Ski Sawmill is a great learn-to-ski mountain. They have a great staff of instructors that can teach you how to Ski or Snow-Board from start to finish. They also have a wide variety of slopes on the mountain to meet the needs of a beginner or a seasoned expert.

In today’s feature Tim and Ski Sawmill instructor Laura Young will show you what it’s like to visit Ski Sawmill as a brand new skier. Laura covers everything you would need to know to get started. So, if you have been hesitant to take that first step to learn how to ski and experience the great outdoors in our area like never before… today’s feature video is just for you. There are no surprises and no one is going to leave you on the mountain to find your own way down. Laura will make sure we are good to go before ever leaving your side. That’s one of the great things that makes Ski Sawmill different. They are there for you every step of the way.

Laura covers everything from filling out the paperwork and fitting your skis up to the point when it’s time to head out on your own to enjoy some of the best snow making and best grooming anywhere. You won’t be facing the mountain terrified but equipped with the right instruction and confidence to enjoy the full skiing experience at Ski Sawmill Family Resort.

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Lady Tigers defeat Lady Panthers / North Penn’s boys win in farewell to “The Pitt.”

by Joe Carreon

The Mansfield Lady Tigers faced the North Penn Lady Panthers on Friday night. The Tigers are still looking to improve their playoff seeding so this was a crucial game for them. Both teams exchanged few scores early on as sloppy play plagued both squads. It was the second quarter that would define this game as the Tigers held the Panthers to just 4 points in the quarter.

Alyssa Davey-Bostic led all scorers dropping in 21 points on the night. Ali Hillson added 14 and Kaitlyn Garverick had 11.

Becca Toothacher led the Panthers with12 followed by Mariah Berguson with 9. Three Panthers, Berguson, Kline and Smith added 4 points each. Mansfield wins it 62-41.

Thursday night’s game marked a special occasion as it is potentially the last contest to ever be held in North Penn’s famous “Pitt.”

North Penn hosted Mansfield and I couldn’t think of a better “farewell game” if you will for this great court.

The scoring was few and far between in the first quarter as both teams could only muster a combined 10 points as the Tigers grasped a 6-4 lead.

The offense would pick up in the second quarter, both teams got out on the run and attacked the basket with much more intensity.

Bo Burleigh led all scorers with 18 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 assists. Chandler Correll added 12 points and 6 rebounds.

For the Panthers Dayton Wood led the charge scoring 13 points. Levi Christman added 10 points. Konnor Manikowski and Dylan Rudinski contributed off the bench scoring 6 and 9 points respectively. North Penn won 60-50.

This was potentially the last game to ever be played in “The Pitt.” It was a great contest and the crowd was not let down. The Panthers were embraced by their loyal fans after the game in what was an emotional victory. For the complete recap of both games, click the video link above.

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WELLSBORO VS TROY

As playoff time draws closer, it is critical for each team to execute well and do it consistently. That’s what Hornets Head Coach Todd Outman has been preaching to his team – execution and consistency.

Wellsboro faced off against Troy last Friday night looking to stay on track and remain focused going into district playoffs. Wellsboro used good ball movement and an improved defense to stifle Troy and not give them any easy looks.

Dylan Prough led all scorers with 18 points and 7 rebounds. Michael Pietropola added 15 points. Kieron Smethers had a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds.

Joe Doganiero had 2 assists and 4 rebounds. Nick Marple came off the bench and contributed on the boards grabbing 6 rebounds.

Wellsboro takes the win, 41-73. This improves their record to 14-5. They are back tomorrow vs Wyalusing. For the complete recap and interview with Coach Outman, click on the video link above.

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THON: COURAGE, STRENGTH, HONESTY & WISDOM

At Penn State there is something that gets students even more excited than a football game. You may have even seen them canning in Tioga County.

The Penn State IFC Panhellenic Dance Marathon (more commonly known as THON) is a year-long fundraising and awareness campaign for children with pediatric cancer. THON is the largest student run philanthropy in the world. Throughout the year, students participate in different fund raisers, blood drives and canning weekends to raise money for children who are battling cancer.

However, it is not just the students who get involved. THON is celebrated by almost the entire campus in different ways. Biology professor, James Strauss, shaved his mustache that he has had since college in front of his class for $220 that was donated to THON.

We talked with THON Public Relations Director, Dana Giacobello, about why THON is so important and what makes it successful. She told us that students say it is the relationships built with the children that really powers THON.

In just over 35 years THON has raised over $101 million for the Four Diamonds Foundation with a record breaking $12.37 million in 2013. The year ends with a 46 hour long dance marathon in the Bryce Jordan Center known as THON Weekend. This year the marathon will take place February 21-23, 2014.

To our followers in Tioga County, If you would like to know more information and ways that you can donate to THON visit their website at www.thon.org. Be sure to stay with us as we continue to cover the marathon, release this numbers of this year and fight for a cure.

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FIRE, SNOW, HORNETS & HOPE

The Wellsboro Fire Department responded to a structure fire in Middlebury Township this past Tuesday night and quickly took control of the situation. A fire department spokesman said that it was a chimney fire and thankfully no one was hurt.

A winter storm hit the Tioga County area late Tuesday night and Wednesday blanketing the area with 12 to 14 inches of snow with higher drifting throughout the region.

The Wellsboro Hornets defeated the Wyalusing Rams last night in the Hornets’ final home game of the season. Coach Todd Outman was especially happy for the Wellsboro seniors who played in last night’s game, but says that the Hornets have a lot of work to do.

And our community has come together in support of Ashley Johns and her family. Wellsboro High School students and fans wore lots of blue – Ashley’s favorite color – and were able to raise over $800.00 on Tuesday night to help with her recovery. Ashley was recently injured in a traumatic car accident on Saturday, February 1st. Please continue to remember Ashley and her family in your prayers. You can also support Ashley and her family financially by donating to her recovery fund – click here to learn more.

And finally, thank you – our Wellsboro Home Page viewers – for making us your home page and supporting our family of advertisers. You are greatly appreciated.

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ASHLEY JOHNS UPDATE!

Ashley Johns Update: On February 1, 16-year-old Ashley Johns was involved in a one-car crash outside Wellsboro, Pa. She suffered several skull fractures and is still in the ICU an hour away from her home. We had the opportunity to speak with Ashley’s Mom, Kim Johns and received an update on her condition. At this time Ashley is still on a respirator. However, Ashley’s doctors are now saying that there is hope for Ashley. Her medical team says that it will be a slow recovery with many months of medical procedures, healing and rehabilitation. But, there was also good news. Ashley’s Mom told us that the swelling has gone down on her face and that her blood pressure is stable. Ashley is also able to hear commands and respond to them – squeezing hands and wiggling toes.

The entire John’s family wants to thank everyone for the amazing outpouring of prayers and support – especially the many HS students who have been relentless in showing their love and concern for Ashley and her family. I asked Kim if there was anything that we could do specifically to help at this time and she responded by asking for specific pray for Ashley’s complete healing, and that God would protect her intelligence and wonderful personality. Thanks to everyone who has helped support the Help Ashley Heal fund! So far the effort has raised over $7,000! If you would like to make a donation to the Help Ashley Heal Fund please visit http://www.gofundme.com/HelpAshleyHeal.

Wellsboro Home Page repeated Thursday’s feature story on Ski Sawmill Family Resort on Friday along with an update on Ashley Johns because of the power outage late Thursday afternoon.

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IT’S SNOW TIME!

Tim Morey, our outdoor adventure correspondent visits Ski Sawmill and speaks with Mike Knefley, owner of Ski Sawmill. Mike states that he “loves to watch kids learn to ski. [At Ski Sawmill], we are a great learn-to-ski mountain. We have instructors that can teach from start to finish. We also have a wide variety of slopes on the mountain that will meet anywhere from a beginner to an expert’s needs.” One of the most fun, new trends in the ski industry is the expansion of terrain parks and half pipes, and Sawmill is no exception. They’ve been building their terrain park for quite some time, and tubing hills are also available.

“We have rentals, a full-service cafeteria,” He states, along with a number of other services. “It’s a good opportunity for kids to get off the couch, turn off the video games and turn on to life and experience the great outdoors.”

Tim also spoke with Curt Schramm, expert skier and instructor. Curt first started his skiing experience as a child at Ski Sawmill. Since then, he has skied in many places around the world, including Italy, British Columbia, and all over the United States. Curt remarks, “My favorite thing about Ski Sawmill is that they have the best snow-making and grooming of hills. When you come here, the conditions are stellar. It’s always great skiing.”

To learn more about Ski Sawmill, you can visit their website at SkiSawmill.com.

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The Johns family thanks our community for their prayers and support…

by John Vogt

Ashley Johns Update: On February 1, 16-year-old Ashley Johns was involved in a one-car crash outside Wellsboro, Pa. She suffered several skull fractures and is still in the ICU an hour away from her home. We had the opportunity to speak with Ashley’s Mom, Kim Johns late last night and received an update on her condition. At this time Ashley is still on a respirator. However, Ashley’s doctors are now saying that there is hope for Ashley. Her medical team says that it will be a slow recovery with many months of medical procedures, healing and rehabilitation. But, there was good news last night. Ashley’s Mom told us that the swelling has gone down on her face and that her blood pressure is stable. Ashley is also able to hear commands and respond to them – squeezing hands and wiggling toes.

The entire John’s family wants to thank everyone for the amazing outpouring of prayers and support – especially the many HS students who have been relentless in showing their love and concern for Ashley and her family. I asked Kim if there was anything that we could do specifically to help at this time and she responded by asking for specific pray for Ashley’s complete healing, and that God would protect her intelligence and wonderful personality. Thanks to everyone who has helped support the Help Ashley Heal fund! So far the effort has raised over $7,000! If you would like to make a donation to the Help Ashley Heal Fund please visit http://www.gofundme.com/HelpAshleyHeal.

A little more snow is expected to hit our area this weekend adding another 1 to 3 inches on top of what we have just to make things look nice around hear… and so, because of the power outage late Thursday afternoon we have decided to repeat yesterdays feature in an effort to fulfill our commitments to our sponsors and encourage you again to check out the fun and adventure to be had at Ski Sawmill Family Resort.

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Outdoor Adventure correspondent Tim Morey takes us to Ski Sawmill…

by John Vogt

Tioga County residents are digging out from the big snow storm. Many are heading to Ski Sawmill in Morris. In today’s feature Tim Morey, our outdoor adventure correspondent visits Ski Sawmill and speaks with Mike Knefley, owner of Ski Sawmill. Mike states that he “loves to watch kids learn to ski. [At Ski Sawmill], we are a great learn-to-ski mountain. We have instructors that can teach from start to finish. We also have a wide variety of slopes on the mountain that will meet anywhere from a beginner to an expert’s needs.” One of the most fun, new trends in the ski industry is the expansion of terrain parks and half pipes, and Sawmill is no exception. They’ve been building their terrain park for quite some time, and tubing hills are also available.

“We have rentals, a full-service cafeteria,” He states, along with a number of other services. “It’s a good opportunity for kids to get off the couch, turn off the video games and turn on to life and experience the great outdoors.”

Tim also speaks with Curt Schramm, expert skier and instructor. Curt first started his skiing experience as a child at Ski Sawmill. Since then, he has skied in many places around the world, including Italy, British Columbia, and all over the United States. Curt remarks, “My favorite thing about Ski Sawmill is that they have the best snow-making and grooming of hills. When you come here, the conditions are stellar. It’s always great skiing.”

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Middlebury fire, lots of snow, the Hornets win again, and hope for Ashley…

by Wellsboro Home Page Staff

The Wellsboro Fire Department responded to a structure fire in Middlebury Township late last night and quickly took control of the situation. A fire department spokesman said that it was a chimney fire and thankfully no one was hurt.

That winter storm we’ve been telling you about is here! This winter storm warning remains in effect until about 7:00 this evening. Snow accumulations for Tioga County are predicted by some weather services to hit between 10 – 14 inches, while others measure less – around 8 to 12 inches. All school systems in the region are closed today because of those hazardous conditions.

The Wellsboro Hornets defeated the Wyalusing Rams last night in the Hornets’ final home game of the season. Coach Todd Outman was especially happy for the Wellsboro seniors who played in last night’s game, but says that the Hornets have a lot of work to do.

And our community came together last night in support of Ashley Johns. Wellsboro High School students and fans wore lots of blue – Ashley’s favorite color – and were able to raise over $800.00 to help with her recovery. Ashley was recently injured in a traumatic car accident on Saturday, February 1st. Please continue to remember Ashley and her family in your prayers. You can also support Ashley and her family financially by donating to her recovery fund – click here to learn more.

And finally, thank you – our Wellsboro Home Page viewers – for making us your home page and supporting our family of advertisers. You are much appreciated. Stay warm, have fun and don’t overdo it today in this Tioga County winter wonderland.

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The Penn State IFC Panhellenic Dance Marathon is approaching!

by Corrin Binford

At Penn State there is something that gets students even more excited than a football game. You may have even seen them canning in Tioga County.

The Penn State IFC Panhellenic Dance Marathon (more commonly known as THON) is a year-long fundraising and awareness campaign for children with pediatric cancer. THON is the largest student run philanthropy in the world. Throughout the year, students participate in different fund raisers, blood drives and canning weekends to raise money for children who are battling cancer.

However, it is not just the students who get involved. THON is celebrated by almost the entire campus in different ways. Biology professor, James Strauss, shaved his mustache that he has had since college in front of his class for $220 that was donated to THON.

We talked with THON Public Relations Director, Dana Giacobello, about why THON is so important and what makes it successful. She told us that students say it is the relationships built with the children that really powers THON.

In just over 35 years THON has raised over $101 million for the Four Diamonds Foundation with a record breaking $12.37 million in 2013. The year ends with a 46 hour long dance marathon in the Bryce Jordan Center known as THON Weekend. This year the marathon will take place February 21-23, 2014.

To our followers in Tioga County, If you would like to know more information and ways that you can donate to THON visit their website at www.thon.org. Be sure to stay with us as we continue to cover the marathon, release this years numbers and fight for a cure.

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Wellsboro improves to 14-5, Trojans fall to 7-9

by Joe Carreon

As playoff time draws closer, its critical for each team to execute well and do it consistently. That’s what Hornets Head Coach Todd Outman has been preaching to his team, execution and consistency.

Wellsboro faced off against Troy Friday night looking to stay on track and remain focused going into district playoffs. Wellsboro used good ball movement and an improved defense to stifle Troy and not give them any easy looks.

Dylan Prough led all scorers with 18 points and 7 rebounds. Michael Pietropola added 15 points. Kieron Smethers had a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds.

Joe Doganiero had 2 assists and 4 rebounds. Nick Marple came off the bench and contributed on the boards grabbing 6 rebounds.

Wellsboro takes the win, 41-73. This improves their record to 14-5. They are back tomorrow vs Wyalusing. For the complete recap and interview with Coach Outman, click on the video link above.

Special thanks to Ed Weaver and WellsboroAthletics.com.

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A look at this week’s highlights on Wellsboro Home Page.

The Mansfield Tigers hosted the Northeast Bradford Panthers last Friday night. Mansfield having already clinched a district playoff birth, is trying to improve their district seeding and stay in the hunt for the NTL playoffs.

Mansfield showed that great defense creates opportunities on the other end of the floor. Northeast Bradford played the tigers tough through the first quarter only trailing the Tigers 10-18. Mansfield would pull away for good, beating the Panthers 57-33.

Bo Burleigh led the way with another double-double, scoring 22 points and grabbing 13 rebounds. Brady Andrews added 4 assists and 6 steals. Ryan Campbell also added 6 points off two three pointers.

Corrin Binford, our Penn State correspondent, had a report from State College. She has been following the coaching situation closely and went on a stroll poll asking Penn State Students what they think of newly hired football coach James Franklin. She also got their thoughts on former coach Bill O’Brien”s departure for the Houston Texans. For the complete story click on the video link above and stay tuned for more news from Corrin on the Nittany Lions.

Today Wellsboro Homepage has another weekly briefing from Chief Jim Bodine. This week we are talking about the Steer Clear Law. Many are familiar with the term “move over,” or the Move Over Law, but in Pennsylvania it is referred to as the Steer Clear Law. The Steer Clear Law requires drivers to move over or slow down whey they encounter an emergency scene, traffic stop or disabled vehicle.

Most importantly, it is important to remember that this law will help prevent injuries and save lives, but only if drivers follow the law and use common sense.

To learn more about the Steer Clear Law, please visit:

www.justdrivepa.org/Resources/Steer-Clear-Law.pdf

Tuesday night featured a double header. The North Penn Lady Panthers traveled to Canton where the Junior Varsity and Varsity squads faced each other.

For the complete interview with Mansfield Tiger Head Coach, Kipper Burleigh and highlights from the North Penn Lady Panthers win over the Canton Lady Warriors, be sure to watch the recap above!

The origin of Step Outdoors is found in a chronic disease prevention approach called Steps to a Healthier US (local initiative: Steps to a Healthier PA, Tioga County). This prevention model seeks to encourage healthy behaviors, such as daily physical activity and good nutritional practices. Steps to a Healthier PA began working with outdoor partners (i.e. PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, US Army Corps of Engineers, and Wellsboro Parks and Recreation) to encourage use of public outdoor recreational facilities as a means to a more active lifestyle for the whole family, resulting in the “birth” of “Step Outdoors…where health meets adventure!”

In the Home Page studio today is Annie Chapman, author of The Mother-in-Law Dance, who read the first page of her book to set the stage for a discussion of—and to encourage us in—our relationships.

During the interview, Annie shared with us what some of the mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law told her they desired in the relationships, such as: the daughter-in-law wants the mother-in-law to be positive and encouraging, to let them live their own lives and give advice only when needed; and the mother-in-law wants the daughter-in-law to love her husband, to be teachable, and to not complain about her son to other people.

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