April 21, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

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Southern Potter County's most famous fisherman hasn’t been deterred by the challenging weather anglers have faced in the first week of fishing. More...

Groundwater study results released

Results from a historic analysis of the groundwater in Potter County were shared with the public last week. With just one exception, the water quality was found to be pristine.  More...

Viewpoints

Congress got this one right

(Greg Goldman is executive director of Audubon Pennsylvania.) We applaud members of the U.S. More...

Correspondence

Church & politics Dear editor: Before his recent passing, the Rev. Billy Graham expressed sincere regret for associating too closely with presidential power. I believe Graham’s experience can be instructive to us. More...

The Old Timer

Whenever we go shopping, I like to sit in the parking lot and watch people going about their business. Our dog Sarge likes to hang out the car window. He attracts a lot of pretty girls and they always ask if they can pet him. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Conservation easements are in the news these days. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Ideal trout season opener was short-lived

On the opening day of trout season last Saturday we experienced the best fishing conditions I have ever seen for the first day. Then came the rains and even some snow. Streams on Saturday were at very fishable levels. Overall, anglers did very well. More...

Spring gobbler opener April 28

Spring turkey season kicks off across Pennsylvania on Saturday, April 28, and runs through May 31. More...

Morgan AM marking 60 years

Materials crafted in Coudersport have protected our armed forces and played a critical role in everything from nuclear power plants and jet engines to space exploration.  Times have changed in the world of carbon components, but Morgan Advanced More...

Boro will sell Arboretum lot

Mayor Andy Dubots broke a tie vote Wednesday night, giving the go-ahead for a section of the Arboretum in Coudersport to be moved to make way for the controversial expansion of the Sheetz convenience store.  More...

Events organization looking ahead

An organization that rose from the ashes of the former Potter County Visitors Association is now blazing its own trail through the county’s tourism landscape.  More...

Potter County launches ‘Reverse 911’

Potter County Emergency Management Agency has launched a new community notification system to provide important alerts and time-sensitive messages using phone calls, email, social media sites and text messaging.  More...

News

Lumber Museum Antique show this weekend

Pennsylvania Lumber Museum’s 10th annual Spring Antique and Collectible Show is being held from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday, April 21-22. Admission is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children. More...

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These members of the Coudersport Corporation, a branch of the Chamber of Commerce, gathered for a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony on a section of the former Norman and Minnie Leete farm, where the Pure Carbon plant was constructed in 1957-58. More...

Maple Festival May 4-5

Northcentral Pennsylvania’s maple syrup heritage will be celebrated soon with the 52nd annual Potter- Tioga Maple Festival. The sweet event is on tap for Friday and Saturday, May 4-5, headquartered at the courthouse square in Coudersport.  More...

Community Life

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Citizens & Northern Bank continued its support of local education with another series of donations. More...

Students study ‘cool’ manufacturing

A group of seventh- and eighth-graders from Northern Potter School combined their skills to produce an award-winning video, while expanding their education and appreciation for local employers. More...

Special memorial for Jan Hampton

Special posthumous honors will be bestowed upon Cameron County’s Jan Hampton in the coming week, when her memory is recalled as the Pennsylvania Wilds Center “Member of the Year.”  More...

Obituaries

Franklin L. ‘Louie’ Baker

November 22, 1941 - April 17, 2018

Franklin L. (Louie) Baker, Sr. of Keating Summit, born November 22, 1941, was delivered into the hands of our Lord on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at UPMC Presbyterian in Pittsburgh with his family by his side. He was born in Marlinton, W. More...

Death Notices

Juanita P. Bump More...













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