January 14, 2017 RSS feed / News

Local election pot already brewing

An interesting election is already brewing this year as candidates begin to test the waters.  Most incumbents told Endeavor News this week that they intend to seek reelection.  Among them are District Attorney Andy Watson, Coroner Kevin Du More...

Vintage Snow Fest canceled

Potter County Snowmobile Club’s fifth annual Vintage Snow Fest and Races, originally scheduled for this weekend, have been postponed until Feb. 24-26. More...

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Northcentral Pennsylvania owes a lot to former Governor Gifford Pinchot, whose support of conservation and long-range forest management were instrumental in preserving the abundant natural resources of the region. More...

Labor of love for Fitzgeralds

Fitzgerald Family Farm wasn’t part of any long-range plan, but it has evolved as a labor of love for the Loren and Sharon Fitzgerald.  Their story was detailed at this week’s Coudersport Rotary meeting by Sharon, who is an active Rot More...

Earns scholarship

A Potter County resident was among 28 school students awarded a Pennsylvania Farm Show Scholarship.  Sabrina Williams of Genesee will receive $3,500 toward her college education. More...

News. Brief.

Circus coming Monday   Cole All-Star Circus, presented by Billy Martin, will perform on Monday, Jan. 16, in the Oswayo Valley High School gymnasium. More...

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Austin Area School is hosting the Jason Christopher Comedy Magic Show at 7 pm Friday, Jan. 27, in the gymnasium. Tickets are $10 at the door, or $8.00 if purchased in advance at the school or from Chrissy Stuckey (814-647-8603). More...

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A Galeton family was left homeless Sunday when fire ripped through their two-story house on Main Street. Friends are soliciting support for BJ Bliss, Lisa Quinn and six children who lost many of their possessions in the blaze. More...

Charged in child’s injury

Two Shinglehouse residents have been charged in connection with the accidental injury of an infant boy last July. Police report he was the unintended victim of a domestic dispute.  More...

Dusenbury seeks re-election

Potter County Coroner Kevin J. Dusenbury Sr. of Shinglehouse is seeking reelection this year, as a candidate for the Republican nomination in the May 16 primary election. More...

Emporium manufacturer hanging on

Almost 80 years have passed since Erskine Enterprises opened its manufacturing plant in Emporium.  More...

NUMBERS IN THE NEWS

13  She needs space   — Women are 13 percent grouchier in the morning than men. That’s the finding of a university research project, in which spouses and others assessed how mood is affected by gender and time of day. More...

Consultant contract renewed

A downtown development consultant was retained for an additional six months by the Potter County Board of Commissioners at their business meeting last week. More...

Fight against blight enters new year

Emporium Borough Council ushered in the new year with a discussion about an old problem --blight. More...