December 16, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

‘Light Up A Life’ ceremony

More than $13,000 has been donated to support hospice and cancer patients at Cole Memorial Hospital through the Light Up A Life holiday campaign.  A 60-foot-tall evergreen tree was covered with lights that represented contributions in honor or r More...

School finances sound, except for cafeteria

Cameron County School District is sitting on about $2.5 million in investments and is fiscally sound, according to a recent audit report. However, the district continues to lose money in its food service operations.  More...

Viewpoints

Tax reform: we see through it

(Alan Jennings is executive director of the Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley.) To the members of Congress who have voted for a misguided tax reform package, our message is clear: we see through your charade. More...

Correspondence

Cleanup success Dear editor: Thank you for your series of articles in Endeavor News about the work of the Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) to clean up illegal dumpsites in Potter County. More...

The Old Timer

Last week’s Endeavor News had a picture of the real Eliot Ness and his Untouchables on the front page. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Some of you may recall my suggestions for Christmas gifts last December. I try to think outside of the box when it comes to items an outdoors enthusiast would be pleased to receive. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

How to make a European mount

A few of you may recall a column I penned several years ago about the growing popularity of the “European mount” for successful buck hunters. It’s a less expensive alternative that a hunter can do himself or herself. More...

Photo

Operators of the Sinnemahoning State Park Wildlife Center couldn’t have scripted it any better. More...

Many not signed up for tax cut

Many homeowners in Potter County’s school districts have not applied for a “homestead exemption” that provides an annual real estate tax cut. More...

Potter County plans new 911 system

Everyone assumes that a call to 911 will summon emergency help, but few are aware of the technology backbone that makes it all possible. More...

County committed to ensuring accurate census

Potter County officials are going the extra mile to assure an accurate count during the 2020 census, in recognition of the high stakes. More...

Busy times for water quality group

Members of the Potter County Water Quality Work Group covered a crowded agenda at this month’s meeting, continuing its mission to watch over the county’s water resources. More...

News

New school directors seated

Cameron County Board of Education welcomed two new members and re-elected its leaders during a recent reorganizational meeting.  Kelli Farabaugh and Christy Bogart Bennett were seated, along with six re-elected members – Paul Abriatis, Rob More...

Tax assessment cases in court

There are new developments in two high-profile cases involving property owners who believe their tax assessments are too high. More...

Potter County budget vote Dec. 21

Justice system accounts for close to half of budget

Potter County Commissioners have unveiled a preliminary draft of the county’s 2017 operating budget, calling for slightly under $10 million in expenses. More...

Community Life

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St. Mark Catholic Church rectory staff celebrated St. Nicholas Day with a luncheon at Charlie’s Friendly Tavern in Emporium. The occasion also honored Linda Lundberg (front), who recently retired as office manager/ secretary. More...

Best year ever for ‘Gift of Memory’

For close to two decades now, copious amounts of Christmas presents have ended up reaching the hands and touching the hearts of area underprivileged children. It’s the result of an inspirational idea that Kevin J. More...

Obituaries

Donald J. Sypien

April 13, 1952 - December 13, 2017

Donald J. Sypien, 65, of Austin, passed away in his home with his loving family by his side on Dec. 13, 2017, after a short illness.  Born on April 13, 1952 in in Chicago, Ill., he was a son of Donald J. Como and Grace Lange. More...

Death Notices

Robert D. Jackson More...













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