July 23, 2016 RSS feed / News

Chamber welcomes Phoenix

Phoenix Rehabilitation and Health Services, a physical therapy provider, has joined the Coudersport Area Chamber of Commerce. More...

Rotating, six-day schedule implemented

Students, teachers and administrators at Cameron County High School will be looking at numbers, instead of days of the week, as part of a rotating six-day schedule introduced by new Superintendent Keith Wolfe. More...

Man arrested for threats, assault

A Potter County man was jailed in lieu of bail after being charged for four separate incidents at a residence on Vine Street in Coudersport. Adam L. More...

Leadership classes slated

Another class of Leadership Potter County is being assembled and openings remain. More...

News. Brief.

Galeton woman honored Linda Voss Plummer of Galeton was among nine artists who were recognized among 38 entries during the recent Gmeiner Regional Art Exhibition in Wellsboro. More...

Assault case may go to trial

An Emporium man has been granted more time to decide whether to accept a plea offer on sexual assault charges. More...

Drought conditions worsen

Drought conditions have worsened in the region, with Shinglehouse Borough as the latest public water supplier to issue restrictions on certain uses of water from the public supply system. More...

Another successful ‘Camp Cadet’

Another successful Northern Tier Camp Cadet was recently held at Mansfield University, with more than 70 area 12- and 13-year-olds gaining a broader understanding and greater respect for law enforcement and public safety. More...

Boro cleanup no easy task

Blighted properties and absentee landlords were once again hot topics during this month’s Emporium Borough Council meeting. More...

NUMBERS IN THE NEWS

64 Woodmen’s Show — Plans are in place for one of Potter County’s most popular events. The Woodsmen’s Show at Cherry Springs State Park opens for its 64th annual running on Friday, Aug. 5, and continues through Sunday, Aug. More...

Fitting farewell to John Moshier

One of the longest-serving county probation officers in Pennsylvania was the guest of honor during a retirement luncheon hosted by Potter County President Judge Stephen Minor and Senior Judge John Leete. More...

Potter County real estate deals

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