February 6, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

School to hire security guard

Cameron County School District will soon have an extra measure of security walking its halls, grounds and classrooms. More...

Quiet election campaign opens

Officials in Potter and More...

Viewpoints

Benefits of ‘going organic’

(Jessica Shade is director of science programs for The Organic Center. More...

The Old Timer

Yesterday I watched this young couple pull their car into a restaurant parking lot. As they approached the door, the man opened it and walked in and the woman followed. More...

Teach ‘em early

Dear editor: Our Potter County Early Learning Team is continuing to share ideas that parents can use to make sure their children become successful adults. More...

Community Life

‘A Way Out’ holding on

Budget cuts and funding delays are challenging A Way Out, but the agency continues to serve. More...

Winter event canceled

Organizers of a new event, the Cameron County Winter Carnival, have vowed to try again next winter after cancelling it for third time. More...

Some pet owners out of compliance

While most pet owners in Emporium Borough are responsible, there are exceptions. More...

Sports

Experience tackles youth in Super Bowl 50

We’re picking the Panthers

Those who are ancient enough to remember the parting of the Red Sea, the discovery of America and other epic events in world history will recall that the launch of football’s Super Bowl some 50 years ago was not greeted with the kind of hysteri More...

Obituaries

Gerald P. Meyers

Gerald P. Meyers, 79, of Austin, passed away at his home on Jan. 30, 2016. Born on May 26, 1936 in Moon Township, he was a son of Peter and Mary Kotchey Meyers. On Nov. More...

Gail M. Snodgrass

Gail M. Snodgrass, 70, of Shinglehouse, died Jan. 31, 2016, at Cole Memorial Hospital. Born in Bolivar, N.Y., she was the daughter of Paul and Edna Miller Reynolds. She was married to John R. Snodgrass. More...

Jay McGee Jr.

Jay I. McGee Jr., 60, of Roulette, died Jan. 26, 2016, at his residence. He was a son of Jay I. and Lorraine Henry McGee. In 1983, he married Julie K. Stuckey. A 1973 graduate of Port Allegany, he was employed by Penn DOT for 26 years. More...

Here comes the sun

Behind the headlines and hoopla about shale gas, fossil fuel dependency and the future of the coal industry is a model of how a clean energy future might look if the many economic, geopolitical and educational elements ever fall into place. More...

Probation officer gets ARD

A Potter County probation officer charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness as the result of an incident at a Coudersport family’s home last September has been accepted into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposi More...

RSVP: giving back

Baby boomers who are moving into retirement are often looking for ways to spend their time productively and to serve their community. For many of them, RSVP is just the ticket. More...

News

Cameron County honor students

Cameron County High School announced its honor roll for the most recent marking period of the 2015-16 school year. More...

New dentist welcomed

A gap in local dental services has been filled. Cameron County Health Center in Emporium welcomes a new dentist, Dr. Suzanne Maslo, who is now seeing patients at the Second Street office. More...

Tax collector case advances

It appears that the criminal charges filed against former Driftwood Borough Tax Collector Melinda Buchanan will not be resolved any time soon. More...

Potter County News

Fatal accident in Hector Twp.

A Potter County man lost his life in a freak accident last Friday night in Hector Township. Irving Carslake, 78, of Sabinsville, was pronounced dead at the scene by a deputy coroner. More...

Rees named Ed Council director

An administrator at Austin Area School has been chosen to fill the executive director vacancy with the Potter County Education Council (PCEC). More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

That big snowstorm which pounded southern Pennsylvania last month reminded me of the impact a major snowmelt can have on wildlife. Until it melts down to expose the ground, many species can have a tough time finding enough to eat. More...

Want a challenge? Hunt coyotes

Last week’s edition carried news of the coyote hunts being held by the Sinnemahoning Sportsmen’s Assn. and the Mosquito Creek Sportsmen’s Club over the Feb. 19-21 weekend. More...

Ice fishing canceled

Bucktail Rod and Gun Club and Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities were forced to cancel this year’s youth ice-fishing derby, which was to be held this weekend at Bucktail Lake. Members plan to hold the derby next winter. More...













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