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Guess Who This Smarty Pants Turned Into!

Before this million dollar baby turned into a genius musician and actress, she was just an east coast girl with big dreams, growing up in Portville, New York. This cute kid can play the guitar like no other and has pipes that have landed her band millions of views on YouTube. In the early 2000s, she made her television debut with "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" and "Titus" -- and later made her way to an even bigger screen playing Mardell Fitzgerald in the 2004 film "Million Dollar Baby."
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Little Valley Woman Charged with Welfare Fraud

A Cattaraugus County woman has been charged with welfare fraud. According to the Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office, 33 year old Nicole Lamberton of Little Valley fraudulently received over $27,000 in child care benefits by concealing and failing to report household income. The charges stem from an investigation into a...
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McKean County Welcomes New Officers

McKean County welcomed their newest law enforcement agents – K9s Rigby and Duke. They are pictured with their handlers: Officer Dakota Eaton and Sgt. Seth Shephard. Officer Eaton was named by the McKean County Drug Task Force as its newest narcotic K9 handler and Sgt. Seth Shephard was named as Bradford City’s K9 handler. Both Rigby and Duke are approximately 1 ½ years old and both are German Shepherds. Rigby is trained in narcotics detection and Duke is dual-trained in narcotics and patrol. Both officers are employed full-time with Bradford City.

Bigger, better Warren Library to reopen on August 20

Following a renovation project that began in April of last year, the expanded Warren Library is expected officially reopen later this summer. A ribbon-cutting and Grand Opening Celebration is planned from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, August 20, that will include live entertainment, free refreshments, and tours of the library for the entire community.

Little Valley woman accused of bilking over $27,000 in child care benefits

A welfare fraud investigation in Cattaraugus County has led to felony charges being placed against a Little Valley woman. The Cattaraugus County Sheriff Office arrested 33-year-old Nicole Lamberton on Monday after an investigation determined that she fraudulently received more than $27,000 in child care benefits by allegedly concealing and failing to report income in the household. The results of the investigation stem from a complaint filed in 2018. Lamberton is facing grand larceny in the third degree (Class D felony) welfare fraud in the 3rd degree (Class D felony) and two counts of offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree (Class E felony). Lamberton was taken into custody at the Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services without incident. She was processed and released with an appearance ticket.

DeFoor Gives BRMC Positive Audit for Tobacco Settlement Funds

Bradford Regional Medical Center is getting a clean bill of health for its use of tobacco settlement funds. Pennsylvania Auditor-General Timothy DeFoor released an audit this morning of the Hospital’s use of the funds, which are paid to hospitals for uncompensated care provided to patients. DeFoor’s audit found one...