August 30, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Successful 5K race for library

Coudersport Public Library’s fifth annual 5K Race, Walk, and Fun Run drew a record 86 participants, despite intermittent rain. It was held as a fundraiser for the library’s building fund. More...

Viewpoints

Austin still too tough do die?

(Bernard ‘Mike’ Fowler, a U.S. Navy veteran, is a member of the Austin Borough Council.) This has been the most challenging year for our community in recent memory. More...

Viewpoint

You have to be a real kook to read your horoscope and take it seriously. I read mine in the morning paper today and it told me that it was time to get to work. More...

Artisan Center Growing

Dear editor: It has been several months since our grand opening and our group of dedicated artisans are just as excited as they ever were. More...

Galeton News

Too many geese in Galeton

While having geese inhabiting the park and lake area in downtown Galeton gives the town a certain charm, the growing flflock is becoming too much of a good thing. Galeton Borough Council declared war on the waterfowl at this month’s meeting. More...

Open house for new Galeton physician Wednesday

Galeton now has a family physician operating out of the Charles Cole Memorial Hospital Health Center. Dr. Andrew J. Kayes will be welcomed during an open house from 1-5 pm on Wednesday, Sept. 3. More...

‘Outdoor Day’ in Galeton today

A celebration of the great outdoors is scheduled for Saturday (today) at the John Collins Memorial Park in Galeton. “Outdoor Day” is a project of the Galeton Public Library and its supporters. More...

Outdoors

Nature lays out puzzle pieces for sportsmen

When I turn my calendar page to September, I realize it’s time to get out in the woods and start solving the puzzle that nature creates every early autumn to challenge us hunters. More...

Free programs at Elk Visitor Center

Another round of public programs has been announced for the Elk Country Visitor Center in Benezette, Elk County. Each of the programs starts at 1 pm. There is no charge. More...

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Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities recently received a donation from the Eastern Chapter of Wild Sheep Foundation to support wildlife conservation and education. More...

Tourism: worth the investment

Coaxing travelers to choose U.S. Route 6 when they visit Pennsylvania for entertainment and relaxation has been Terri Dennison’s mission for more than a decade. More...

Connecting kids with community

A concerted effort to tighten the bond between Cameron County youth and the local community has been gaining strength. More...

Townwide yard sale today

Coudersport’s Townwide Yard Sale will bring hordes of bargain-hunters to town on Saturday (today). Maps showing the location of many of the sales are available at many local businesses. More...

News

Teen killed in auto crash

A McKean County teenager was killed late Saturday afternoon when the pickup truck in which he was a passenger slid into a large tree on Gibbs Hill Road near Kane. Tristan S. Sauers, 18, of Ludlow, was pronounced dead at the scene. More...

Rt. 120 work planned

PennDOT reports that surface and drainage repairs are slated to begin in the coming weeks on Rt. 120 in Emporium, from the Rt. 155 intersection for about two miles toward the village of Cameron. More...

Area news briefs

Murder trial delay WELLSBORO -- A Tioga County woman accused of killing a man and brutally assaulting his wife last September remains held in the county jail without bail with her trial repeatedly delayed. More...

Potter County News

New director for ‘A Way Out’

David Hyde has been named director of A Way Out, the domestic violence and sexual abuse prevention and awareness organization serving Potter County. More...

Wind energy plant proposed in Potter County

A second large-scale wind energy electricity generating plant has been proposed for Potter County, but it is evidently on hold. More...

Drug arrests in Coudersport

Three Coudersport residents were taken into custody last week in two separate drug busts. More...

Community Life

Rotary murder/mystery dinner

Emporium Rotary’s annual murder mystery dinner theater is scheduled for Sept. 20 at the VFW Club, featuring another program written and directed by Lisa Lepovetski. Tickets are $40. More...

Artisan Center continues its mission

Organizers of the Potter County Artisan Center gathered recently to chart the course for the continued operation of the one of the region’s latest tourist attractions. More...

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Cameron County High School hoisted a new U.S. flag that had previously flown over the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., to usher on the new school year. More...

Sports

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Recipients of the Kenny Walker and Felicia VanWhy Memorial Awards received their medals during the annual Austin Baseball Association picnic at the Austin Dam Memorial Park. More...













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