July 4, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

All’s quiet on Sheetz front

Sheetz Inc. and real estate developer Tom Majot are still eager to expand the chain’s More...

Festival time at Lumber Museum

One of the region’s most popular annual events has returned this weekend for its 41st running at the renovated Pennsylvania Lumber Museum in central Potter County. More...

American Cancer Society

A Galeton teenager is raising money to fight childhood cancer. More...

Viewpoints

Somtimes, you just know too much

I was just a kid when I got into this business. I turned 45 a couple weeks ago and I wrote my first newspaper story shortly after turning 23. More...

The Old Timer

At least a few people still put up some kind of patriotic display over the Independence Day holiday. With July 4 coming on a Saturday, the government workers get to cheat by taking July 3 as a day off. How does a person celebrate the Third of July? More...

We Have Met the Enemy

(Jeanne Wambaugh is district forester for the Pa. Bureau of Forestry, serving out of the More...

Community Life

Births

Braelynn Jo Cowburn More...

Health Dept. rep.: immunize

Many parents don’t realize the importance of immunizations. Rob Lion, a representative of the Pa. Dept. of Health, urged Cameron County Collaborative Board members to help spread the word during the board’s recent meeting. More...

Photo

Emporium High School Class of 1945 recently held its 70th reunion at Malizia’s Camp at Crooked Run in Emporium. More...

Obituaries

Benjamin L. Hause

FEBRUARY 13, 1988 - JUNE 26, 2015

Benjamin L. “Benjie” Hause, 27, of Emporium, died June 26, 2015, at his residence. He was born Feb. 13, 1988, in DuBois, a son of H.B. Von and Sandy George Hause. More...

Death Notices

Marion P. Stubbs More...

‘Give a pint, get a pint’

A new twist is being put on the traditional “Cash Mob” promotion of the Coudersport Area Chamber of Commerce. More...

‘Dark skies’ events: reservations needed

Springs State Park is taking steps to better manage the droves of visitors attracted by the international publicity its dark skies have attracted. More...

How can we keep them ‘down on the farm?’

Fewer young people in the farm country of northcentral Pennsylvania are following in their family’s farming footsteps. More...

Weekend in the Wilds is here!

Artisans, vendors, live music part of celebration

Cameron County’s annual “Weekend in the Wilds” swings into full action on Saturday. More than 40 artisans and food vendors are set up in downtown Emporium to sell their creations from 9 am to 5 pm. More...

Artisans workshop Wednesday

A Pennsylvania Wilds Artisan Trail marketing workshop, originally scheduled for this week at Olga’s Gallery in Coudersport, has been rescheduled for July 8 starting at 6 pm. More...

News

Sentenced to prison

An Emporium man was sentenced to at least two years in state prison after pleading guilty to the summer 2013 burglary of a Dexter Street residence. More...

Bridge drama returns to Keating Summit

Just four years after the Bush Hill Road bridge in Keating Summit was bolstered so it could reopen for traffic, engineers have found serious structural deficiencies. More...

Downtown disruptions detailed

PennDOT’s plans to dig up Rt. 6 through downtown Coudersport and replace the base, pavement and drainage system was drawn into better focus during a public meeting last week at the Gunzburger Building. More...

Potter County News

Potter County audit completed

Potter County Auditors Pauline Kleintop, Margo Germino and Jeanette E. Stuckey have completed their review of county financial records and posted their 2014 audit report in the county website, pottercountypa.net (click on Departments/Auditors). More...

New mental health crisis hotline

Potter County Human Services has announced that a new After-Hours Mental Health Crisis Hotline is now in place, in cooperation with Concern Crisis Intervention Services. More...

Potter County deeds recorded

Following are the real estate transactions recently filed with the Potter County Recorder of Deeds: More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

(Veteran outdoor writer Dave Wolf has joined the Endeavor News team. More...

Bucktail Path passes through natural splendor

How many of you have driven past Sizerville State Park on Rt. 120 and seen the prominent sign at the head of the Bucktail Path near the Potter/Cameron County border? At 34 miles long, it is one of the most challenging hiking trails in the region. More...

Wild Boy Road to be closed for repairs

An improvement project on Wild Boy Road in the Susquehannock State Forest will get underway Tuesday, July 7. The road will be closed for about one week. Project is located between Conrad and the intersection of Nelson Run and Rock Ridge roads. More...













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