November 22, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Bear hunters flock to region for opener

Bear- hunting season can’t come soon enough in some parts of the Pennsylvania Wilds. Bruins have been wandering into residential neighborhoods, wreaking havoc with garbage cans and bird feeders, and rambling across busy highways. More...

Ski Denton idle as ski season starts

Snowmaking jets sat idle at Ski Denton in central Potter County this week, even as the cold weather stretch was perfect for manufacturing the artificial base that resort operators covet. More...

Viewpoints

Viewpoint

Most of us American consumers are foolish. We fall for the dumbest marketing tricks. Hopefully readers of this column will avoid the Black Friday insanity that sends your money off to the big corporations. More...

Deer And Common Sense

Dear editor: Those who abuse hunting often cause problems for the entire hunting fraternity, and that usually is due to lack of common sense or restraint. More...

Potter County News

Downtown project meeting Monday

Members of the public are encouraged to turn out for a forum on the Coudersport Downtown Project, which is being built around PennDOT’s planned reconstruction of U.S. Rt. 6 through the business district. More...

Galeton News

Galeton offers food pantry

Individuals and families in the Galeton area who are needy can turn to the Galeton Food Pantry for help. Food is provided free of charge from the St. More...

Delinquents in Galeton paying up

A crackdown on those who are behind on their water and sewer bills has been paying dividends in Galeton. More...

Outdoors

As season gets closer, excitement brews over big bucks

There is plenty of excitement brewing for the upcoming deer-hunting season in many parts of Pennsylvania’s big woods. More...

Pennsylvania deer, elk facing the fight of their lives

Two of Pennsylvania’s most treasured wildlife species face a growing risk that has scientists scrambling for more information and regulators prepared to take drastic measures as needed. More...

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Members of the Upper Allegheny Watershed Association were out in force again, removing litter and other debris from their “adopted” section of U.S. Rt. More...

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Eddie Easton doesn’t just sell outdoor supplies and offer some sage advice to those who are going afield, he also walks the walk. More...

‘Sexting’ a nationwide epidemic

A nationwide “sexting” epidemic has been revealed in a very public way with this week’s arrest of a Cameron County High School substitute teacher. More...

Murderer wants to withdraw plea

DA plans more charges against ‘church killer’

Confessed murderer Greg to withdraw plea. of justice slowly on a separate criminal investigation into the defendant’s suspected sexually deviant behavior. More...

Easter Sunday killer faces prison after plea

A Coudersport man accused of shooting an acquaintance in an apparent fit of jealous rage on Easter Sunday agreed to a plea deal that will likely result in him spending at least 10 years in state prison. More...

Security grants for schools

Cameron County and St. Marys school districts have been approved for their second round of state grants to support security officers, but the allotments have been cut in half. More...

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A Coudersport woman ran her car into an occupied school bus that had stopped in front of her on Rt. 6 Tuesday morning on East Second Street on the east end of Coudersport Borough near Ladona. More...

Lost hunter found safe next day

An exchange of safe gunfire was critical to the rescue of a downstate man who got lost in the woods of southern Potter County on Saturday night. More...

Guilty plea ends police chase saga

An Emporium man who was involved in a highprofile police chase won’t be taking his case to trial after all. More...

Community Life

‘Wellness’ in the broadest sense

Dr. Mary Ann Rigas shared details of the Family Fitness Challenge launched by the pediatrics staff at Cole Memorial Hospital during a recent Coudersport Area Chamber of Commerce meeting. More...

Golden Anniversary

Andrew Kulp Sr. and Betty Jean (Ruth) Kulp, one of Roulette’s most revered couples, were honored on their 50th wedding anniversary with a gathering at the Riverside United Methodist Church. It was hosted by their children, Andy Kulp Jr. More...

Free Thanksgiving dinner

Austin United Methodist Church will hold its annual Thanksgiving season community meal on Sunday, Nov. 23, from noon to 3 pm. There is no charge and all are welcome. More...

Obituaries

R. Bryan Ianson

OCTOBER 1, 1948 - NOVEMBER 15, 2014

Robert Bryan Ianson, 66, of Coudersport, passed away Nov. 15, 2014 at home. Born Oct. 1, 1948, in Coudersport, he was the son of Durward R. and Hazel C. Casbeer Ianson Boom. Bryan served as a U.S. More...

Jack H. Jones

JANUARY 3, 1925 - NOVEMBER 10, 2014

Jack H. Jones, 89, a lifelong resident of Coudersport, passed away at home with his loving family at his side on Nov. 10, 2014, after a short illness. Born Jan. 3, 1925 in Coudersport, he was a son of Harold A. and Joyce Mattison Jones. More...

Jonathan M. Langin

DECEMBER 31, 1997 - NOVEMBER 14, 2014

Jonathan Michael Langin, 16, of Mount Union, died suddenly Nov. 14, 2014, at the UPMC Children’s Hospital, Pittsburgh. Born Dec. 31, 1997, in Williamsport, he was a son of Billie (Langin) Houseweart and Donald Adams of Emporium. More...













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