November 10, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Geocaching event today

One of the fastest-growing outdoor adventure hobbies in the country has taken the Pennsylvania Wilds by storm. Many geocaching enthusiasts will gather at Sinnemahoning State Park from noon to 2 on Saturday, Nov. More...

No ‘blue wave’ in Potter, Cameron counties

While the rest of the country was casting votes in droves for Demcratic candidates in a rebuke of President Donald Trump, voters in Potter and Cameron counties stuck true to form with a heavy weighting toward Republican candidates in Tuesday’s More...

Viewpoints

Parents: wake up to online dangers

(Christopher Heron, MD, is a family physician with Penn State Health Medical Group.)   Bullying has been an unfortunate part of growing up for every generation. More...

‘Other side of the coin’

Dear editor: It seems the “other side of the coin” is required on two of the letters to the editor appearing in Endeavor News. More...

Black cats

Dear editor:  I always read Lori Hansen’s “Pet Chatter” and so enjoyed her Oct. 27 column about black cats.  Those who would eschew black cats because of their color are missing something good!  More...

Community Life

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Coudersport Area High School’s drama and music departments presented a rousing finale of the popular musical, “Give My Regards to Broadway,” Saturday afternoon in the school auditorium. The show combined the show tunes of George M. More...

Weather trends from NWS observer

(Following are observations from Henry Lush, a National Weather Service observer in Galeton for more than 50 years.) October weather could be classified as wet and cool. More...

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Area volunteer firefighters recently completed a 40-hour training class to earn Fire Instructor 1. More...

Obituaries

David M. Dow

David Marshall Dow, 75, a resident of the East Hardwick, Vt. area for more than 43 years, died Friday, November 2, 2018 at his residence.  More...

Death Notices

Peter J. Fragale   More...

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Countless people have wondered about the significance of the red, teardrop shaped glass globe that hangs in the window of Buchanan Brothers Pharmacy. Pharmacist Mick Taylor said it’s a hanging apothecary globe. More...

FBI probe of Eldred still hush-hush

Nearly six years after FBI agents searched the home of Greg Eldred, the results of their investigation remain shrouded in mystery.  Long ago, the agency released the evidence agents secured that day to Potter County District Attorney Andy Watson More...

‘Heart & Soul’ gaining momentum

Cameron County’s Community Heart & Soul Project took another big step when representatives of three cooperative partners came to Emporium to meet with the local volunteers and provide guidance on the community engagement initiative.  More...

News

Team approach to fill local jobs

Help is available for adults who are seeking work or are looking for help in making themselves more employable.  Pennsylvania Career- Link, Community Education Council of Cameron and Elk Counties, Northern Pennsylvania Community College and Sene More...

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Colorful snow plows carrying safety messages will be deployed by PennDOT this winter, thanks to the work of high school students across the state who participated in a “Paint the Plow” contest. More...

Christmas House opening new digs

Christmas House volunteers are making plans for their open house on Thursday, Nov. 15, to welcome the public to their new location in the basement of First Presbyterian Church in Coudersport.  More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

With all of the attention focused on the flurry of hunting seasons and the national political drama, few people noticed that the Pa. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Everything Changes With First Frost

It will be interesting to learn the results of Pennsylvania’s 2018 elk-hunting season. It concludes on Saturday, Nov. 10, but unsuccessful hunters get another shot to fill their tags in some parts of the elk range from Nov. 12 to Nov. 17.  More...

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Jason Childs of Coudersport has no complaints about the archery deer- hunting season. More...













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