October 20, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Fabled gold cache mystery deepens

A wire service story that was circulated earlier this month has resurrected chatter about the legendary treasure purported to be buried in Dents Run, Elk County. More...

Potter County 911 upgrade on track

Emergency responders from across the county convened last week at the Gunzburger Building in Coudersport to provide input on the new 911 emergency communications system that Commissioners Doug Morley, Paul Heimel and Susan Kefover have approved.  More...

Viewpoints

Ecotourism potential gold mine

(With a new comprehensive plan being developed for Potter, Cameron and McKean counties, Stephen Kleinschmit suggests taking greater advantage of state parks in the region. More...

Correspondence

Toxic time bombs   Dear editor:  The Hurricane Florence event in North Carolina has inundated fossil fuel energy waste dumps, resulting in the release of tons of toxic coal ash from coal fired electric plants into water ways in North Caroli More...

The Old Timer

An article in the Endeavor News told about Galeton old-timer Henry Lush and his weather reporting for 50 years. He was quoted as saying he has never seen the grass grow any faster than it did in September. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

After a two-day drive through six states, we finally arrived at our destination, Townsend, Tenn. This little town is known as “the quiet side of the Smokies.”  I had always wanted to visit Cades Cove. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Hazelnuts are often overlooked

Certain plants have become favorites of mine, mostly because of their habitat value or some unique characteristic. One of these is the often-overlooked American hazelnut.  More...

Turning citizens into scientists

Another Citizen Science Workshop is planned for 10 am to 3 pm Saturday, Oct. More...

New twist in Arboretum saga

A continuing saga over the fate of the Coudersport Arboretum took another turn at Wednesday’s Borough Council meeting. More...

‘Ops’ Building poised to return to tax rolls

A plan to get the multi-milliondollar former Adelphia Operations Building in downtown Coudersport back on the tax rolls now has the approval of all of the affected parties. More...

ATV expansion plan raises issues

Recreational vehicle riders are pushing hard for establishment of additional trails in the region.  They made their case Monday during a meeting on the Northcentral Pa. All-Terrain Vehicle Initiative, held at the Gunzburger Building. More...

Vets resource fair Friday

Military veterans can learn about benefits and services available to them during a Veterans Resource Fair to be held from 11 am to 3 pm Friday at the Cameron County Vets Club.  Organizers describe it as a “one-stop shop” where vetera More...

News

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Pennsylvania Lumber Museum’s massive steam-powered circular sawmill completed its final run of 2018 during the popular Antique Show. More...

Coudersport trick, ‘trunk’ or treat slated

Coudersport Borough will once again hold a Halloween parade as well as door-to-door trick or treat and the popular trunk or treat events.  More...

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A recent donation was received by the Cole Foundation in honor of the OR staff by John and Patrice Levavasseur, in appreciation for the exceptional care and compassion provided to their family during the birth of their grandson and the care provided More...

Community Life

New Education Council director

A new executive director will begin service to the Potter County Education Council on Oct. 29, bringing with her extensive experience as a professional educator.  Dr. More...

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They graduated in one of the more turbulent and historic years in modern U.S. history and went their separate ways, with some branching out into the world and many settling right in their hometown. More...

New trauma therapy available

A presentation on dealing with trauma was presented at a recent meeting of the Cameron County Collaborative Board. More...













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