April 19, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Chambers award presented

Coudersport Area Chamber of Commerce awarded several businesses and individuals for their service to the community during a ceremony last Saturday at the Laurelwood Inn and Steakhouse. More...

Viewpoints

Selling out our state forests

(Kristen Cevoli is an attorney with PennEnvironment, an environmental advocacy organization based in Philadelphia. She is responding to recent news reports about shale gas drilling on state forest land.) More...

Viewpoint

Does anyone still read the Farmer’s Almanac? I guess most people are too busy staring at their TVs to read, but almanacs are great publications. Out here, I always enjoy the almanac page of the Arizona Republic. You learn all kinds of things. More...

Wildfire Dangers

Dear editor: This is a season of increased wildfire danger. Many large destructive wildfires occurred last Thursday across Pennsylvania, damaging buildings and hundreds of acres of forest land. More...

Galeton News

Overdue water/sewer bills plaguing Galeton Borough

A rising number of unpaid water and sewer accounts has been plaguing officials in Galeton over the past couple of years. The issue came front-and-center at this month’s Borough Council meeting. More...

Community Life

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Coudersport Area Lions Club recently donated $300 to the LEEK Foundation, which supports the hunting and outdoor preserve for injured military service members in Oswayo. More...

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Students at Cameron County High School learned about prospective careers. More...

Political Cartoon

Members of the Emporium Masonic Lodge recently presented a 50-year membership award to Harold “Hi” Lininger (seated). More...

Sports

Baseball skills competition April 26

Austin Baseball Association will host a free Pitch, Hit & Run baseball skills competition for area youths on Saturday, April 26. Registration opens at noon and events are expected to begin at about 1 pm. More...

Bova back in action at elite wrestling event

Coudersport’s Kyle Bova recently got an early taste of the type of competition he’ll be facing as a collegiate wrestler. More...

Route 6 resurfacing detailed

Coudersport project to begin next April

PennDOT continues to reach out to Coudersport business owners who will be affected by the Rt. More...

Bids in on flood control levees

Two contractors submitted bids to bolster the flood control levees in Coudersport Borough, one of the many communities ordered by the federal government in 2010 to perform costly inspections and fix any identified problems. More...

New era dawns for Masons

One of the region’s oldest and most active service organizations has been undergoing some historic changes. Last week, the Eulalia Lodge No. More...

News

Local college classes start May 12

Area residents have an opportunity to earn college credits at reduced rates through a partnership worked out by the Potter County Education Council. More...

New laws affect child abuse reporting

Changes to state reporting laws in child welfare cases were detailed by Children and Youth Services director Shawn McAulay at the recent Cameron County Collaborative Board meeting. More...

School budget: where to cut

Cameron County School Board members are reckoning with a revenue shortfall as the deadline for passing a 2014-15 budget draws closer. More...

Potter County News

‘Patriot Weekend’ plans progressing

An addition is being made to the Independence Day holiday celebration in Potter County. More...

Rotary helping with clinic

Coudersport Rotary Club will team with Charles Cole Memorial Hospital again to sponsor a comprehensive blood analysis for the public from 6-9 am on Saturday, May 10, at the hospital’s Wellness Center. More...

Birthday bash becomes ‘Go Go’ reunion

A surprise birthday party for Coudersport’s Allen Berfield turned into a reunion for the town’s famous rock band from the 1960s, Ollie and the Go Gos. More...

Outdoors

Milestone passed in hunting Pennsylvania elk

With the Pennsylvania Game Commission passing the century mark in the number of elk-hunting licenses being issued, it’s time to re-examine the issue of a controlled elk hunt. More...

Tour will detail forest management issues

A tour that demonstrates some of the issues and management strategies involved in state forest land will be held in Potter County on Sunday, May 4. Participants will meet at the Black Forest Conservation Assn. More...

Mentored adult hunting program approved

A new mentored hunter program for adults has been approved by the Pa. Game Commission in an effort to encourage more people 18 and older to try the sport. More...













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