February 16, 2019 RSS feed / Front Page

Local military officer spotlighted

A former Coudersport woman who is serving in Afghanistan as part of the Global War on Terrorism was spotlighted on a segment of ABC World News last week. U.S. Army Lt. Col. Jill Gooch Moss serves in the Kabul region. More...

New life for former 'Cappy's Clothes'

And, so it begins . . . After months of renovation, Sarah Nolan (inset) this weekend officially opens a renovated downtown Emporium storefront as “Sarah Jane’s Art Studio,” with a twist. More...

Jail re-entry services approved

Potter County has contracted with a specialist who will provide services to inmates at the county jail. A $45,000 one-year contract with Patrick Harris was approved at last week’s meeting of the board of commissioners. More...

Viewpoints

Get real about education

(Ryan Aument is a member of the Pennsylvania Senate from the 36th District in northern Lancaster County. He is the new chairman of the Senate Education Committee.) When it comes to education in Pennsylvania, it’s time for results. More...

Correspondence

Raise minimum wage Dear editor: Working-class Pennsylvanians have been hit hard by higher prices, especially those who are dependent on the minimum wage for their livelihood. More...

The Old Timer

I like to read bumper stickers, but they seem to be a disappearing part of the American landscape. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

As Endeavor News reported last week, the Game Commission quickly retreated on two plans that were given the initial go-ahead in January. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

PGC season changes have benefits

By now most Pennsylvania hunters have heard that the Game Commission took the next step toward a Saturday opening for the firearms deer-hunting season.  More...

Year 10 for Elk Visitor Center

As the Elk Country Visitor Center enters its 10th year, operators have been working on improving visitors’ experiences and extending the center’s educational mission.  More...

Potter County leader in Utica Shale

Members of the Potter County Water Quality Work Group invited two representatives of JKLM Energy to explain recent Pa. Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) citations for violation of regulations related to waste water handling at shale gas wells. More...

Arboretum case in judge's hands

Lawyers made their case before a senior judge in Potter County Court last week, as the fate of a downtown Coudersport park hung in the balance. Senior Judge J. More...

'Throw your hat in'

Individuals who are interested in running for local government offices in this year’s election are encouraged to attend a free workshop being held on Wednesday, Feb. 20, in Emporium. More...

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A $2,500 donation from the medical staff at UPMC Cole will held managers of the Coudersport Community Swimming Pool to provide free swimming lessons. Dr. More...

Expanded care for cancer patients

Cancer patients in the region will now have access to advanced specialty care in Wellsboro and Williamsport as a result of a recent affiliation announced by UPMC Cole. More...

News

Mr. Pitchford goes to Washington

With just weeks remaining in his local career, Ed Pitchford was back in the nation’s capital pursuing one of his life’s passions – advocating for rural Americans’ health care needs.  More...

C&N Bank supports local causes

Citizens & Northern employees raised more than $65,000 in support of 23 local public libraries through its community giving program, Giving Back, Giving Together.  In addition to the monetary donations, some 3,000 items were donated, and emp More...

New visitors guide

Information on attractions and services in Cameron, Elk, Jefferson, Clarion and Elk counties is available in a new Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau Welcome Guide. More...

Community Life

Fleas, ticks are out there waiting

As you sit listening to the February winds howl, you’re probably not even thinking about fleas and ticks. Yet, flea and tick season in Pennsylvania is right around the corner.  More...

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Two members of Austin Boy Scout Troop 524 who long ago set their sights on achieving the rank of Eagle were honored for their achievement this week. More...

Cameron County lists its honor students

Cameron County High School has announced its honor students for the most recent marking period.  Earning high honors were: grade 12, Chloe Burgett and Kamme Guisto; grade 11, Hannah Shaffer; grade 10, Morgan Lorenzo, Dylan Guisto, Caden Beldin, More...













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