October 14, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Arboretum likely to find new home

The writing is on the wall. The chances that Coudersport’s cherished arboretum will stay in its current location are getting slimmer by the moment. More...

School district gets $111,000 boost

Cameron County School District received a $111,000 cash infusion recently, and one that was not included in its 2017-18 budget projections. More...

Viewpoints

No more ‘stealing our future’

(A recent Endeavor News story detailing the vast acreage of state forest land in Potter and Cameron counties vulnerable to shale gas drilling prompts this response from Richard Martin. More...

Correspondence

Playing Politics   Dear editor:  As you reported last week, the Pa. More...

The Old Timer

My email account was invaded by hackers. They will be disappointed. The only thing I do online is send my column to this newspaper’s office. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Another Pennsylvania hunting season kicked off last Saturday and it has been a good one.  Among the species that hunters are pursuing is our state bird, the ruffed grouse. Its season remains open through Nov. 25, with an encore from Dec. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Different kind of hunting success

It was way too hot for October and definitely too hot to be hunting as I began my 500-foot ascent. I was headed to the top of a mountain where I had seen several nice bucks. More...

Study verifies how deer evade hunters

Outdoorsmen have long suspected that deer are aware of when hunting season starts, often disappearing into hiding places not easily accessible to hunters and moving out of their typical home range.  It turns out there’s some truth to that More...

Flood control work moves to CARP

Work has begun at Coudersport Area Recreation Park (CARP), as the borough continues its quest to comply with federal flood protection mandates. More...

Hospital marks 50 years as merger looms

Against the backdrop of an uncertain future, directors, leaders and supporters of Cole Memorial Hospital gathered last week at the Coudersport Consistory to mark a half-century of service and another year of helping those in need and anchoring the lo More...

Public meeting Tuesday on shale gas

An uptick in shale gas drilling activity in Potter County carries far-reaching implications. To share information and address concerns, the Potter County Natural Gas Resource Center (NGRC) has scheduled a public meeting for 7 pm Tuesday, Oct. More...

First Fork Fall Festival

Local artists, musicians, and craftsmen will take part in an event celebrating all that’s special about the Pennsylvania Wilds during the fifth annual First Fork Fall Festival at Sinnemahoning State Park from noon to 5 on Saturday, Oct. More...

News

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Contractors have begun raising the levee at Coudersport Area Recreation Park as phase two of the multi-year flood protection project continues. More...

Potter County dump cleanups resume

Potter County Conservation District is entering the third year of a successful campaign to rid the county of several unsanitary and unsightly illegal dumps, in partnership with the Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC). More...

Rt. 6 shutting down Monday

Motorists traveling in and around Coudersport will find the traffic maze even more frustrating on Monday and Tuesday. PennDOT advises that Rt. More...

Community Life

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When Coudersport High School senior Jillian Updegraff rides in the Pennsylvania Flaming Foliage Festival parade this weekend in Renovo, she’ll wear a special memento. More...

Emporium Senior Center may relocate

Leaders of the Emporium Senior Center are looking for new digs.  Officers Ken Ostrum, Mary Kay McLean and Mary Hornung, along with maintenance supervisor Sam Smith, met with the Cameron County Commissioners and Community Development Director Cli More...

Help with Medicare available

Potter County Department of Aging is once again helping area residents with Medicare enrollment. More...













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