EU Student Wins National Award
An Edinboro University Student has won a national award recognizing her achievement in academics and leadership. Kaitlyn Hallock was recognized by the Sigma Alpha Iota international music fraternity with 2018’s National Collegiate Leadership Award, the highest honor it bestows. Kaitlyn graduated summa cum laude with her bachelor’s degree in music and psychology in May and will be staying at Edinboro to pursue her master’s.
John Deere Tractor Stolen in Bear Lake
A 2014 John Deere D125 Riding Lawn tractor was stolen from the home of a Bear Lake man Between August 3rd and 13th. Anyone that might have information should call the Corry State Police at (814)663-2043.
Grand Jury Report Recommends New Courses of Action
The fallout of the 40th Statewide Grand Jury’s report on sexual abuse in the Catholic Church has made national headlines. The report included four policy recommendations the commonwealth should consider. Policies like eliminating the statute of limitations for child sexual abuse, more clear penalties for failing to report abuse, laws preventing civil agreements that prevent victims from talking to law enforcement, and allowing older victims who were abused as children to sue for damage.
Man Arrested by MPD After Car Chase
Meadville City Police
The City of Meadville Police Department arrested Ryan Paul Winters after he led officers on a car chase when they attempted a routine stop for a traffic violation. Winters fled down North Street and out of the city of Meadville along Route 77 and was finally stopped on Price Road outside Blooming Valley with assistance from the State Police. At the time of this report he is held in Crawford County Jail to await arraignment.
Items Stolen from Elmenton Home
The home of a 36 year old Emlenton woman was burglarized while she napped on her porch.Taken from the home were two knives emblazoned with the US Marine Corps Insignia, a black cell phone with a cracked screen, a white Samsung tablet computer, and a bottle of suboxone tablets. The thefts were reported at 2am Tuesday morning and anyone with information should call the State Police in Franklin.
Ag. Sec. Outlines Plan for PA Dairy
Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Agriculture released new short and long term strategies to reverse recent losses in the commonwealth’s dairy industry and promote new growth. Russell Redding introduced his plan to a joint House and Senate committee yesterday after talking about the difficulties faced by Pennsylvania Dairy Farmers. While the consumption of milk has decreased he sees potential for growth in dairy products like cheese, ice cream, and yogurt.