August 27, 2016 RSS feed / News

Ed. Council expands mission

From low-cost college classes to leadership development and specialized training, the Potter County Education Council touches hundreds of lives each year and continues to expand its reach. More...

Woman arrested on drug charges

An Emporium woman faces charges of possession with intent to deliver drugs, criminal use of a communication facility and a number of related misdemeanors after her parole agent informed Emporium Borough Police that she had paraphernalia and marijuana More...

Mentors returning to high schools

A program to help Potter County high school students in their quest for a career path has been renewed for the new school year. More...

Festival Sept. 10 in Shinglehouse

Oswayo Valley Memorial Library’s annual Pleasant Street Fall Festival is slated for Saturday, Sept. 10. Events include a program on hiking the Appalachian Trail at 2 pm and a performance by the Shinglehouse Community Choir at 12:30. More...

NUMBERS IN THE NEWS

50 Half century — Cole Memorial Hospital is preparing to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its founding in 2017. More...

NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTIES BY THE CAMERON COUNTY TAX CLAIM BUREAU FOR UNPAID TAXES

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CC real estate transactions

Following are the transactions recently filed with the Cameron County Recorder of Deeds: Jo A. Crosby to Carol L. Frank, Emporium Borough, $72,500; Jeremy D. Merriman to Jonathan S. Lunz, Gibson Township, $25,900; Stephen H. Gee to Stephen R. More...

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Eleven students participated in a thought-provoking and entertaining Summer Technology Camp. It was a joint project of the Potter County Education Council, Seneca Highlands IU9 and Seneca Highlands Career & Technical Center. More...

ABATE jam Sept. 10

Endless Mountain Chapter of ABATE has scheduled its Endless Mountain Music Jam for Sept. 10, at Sinnemahoning Sportsmen’s Club. Legacy and Old Skool will perform. Cost is $25 in advance or $35 at the gate. More...

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Galeton Borough is sorting its options for dealing with the deteriorating downtown dam in the center of town. More...

Local police now have Narcan

Local police departments in Potter County are now equipped with Naloxone/Narcan, according to District Attorney Andy Watson. More...

Metal class

Emily Wolfel will teach a metal stamping class at the Cameron County Artisan Center on Fourth Street in Emporium on Monday, Sept. 12, starting at 6 pm. Class will allow students to make personalized jewelry pieces. Cost is $15. More...

News. Brief.

Homecoming parade Cameron County High School’s Homecoming parade will be held Friday, Sept. 30. Organizations wishing to reserve a spot in the parade should contact Kathryn Fragale at 486-4000 ext. 2050, or 486-0184. First Fork Festival More...

Embracing ‘Smart Justice’

Over the past two years, Potter County has established “specialty courts” for those with addiction to alcohol and other drugs, as well as a Women’s Residential Recovery Center. More...

ES training for students?

A proposed new course curriculum designed to train area students as emergency service providers is making headway. More...

Public forum on heroin epidemic

A public presentation on a national heroin epidemic that has infiltrated Potter County is scheduled for 6 pm Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the Oswayo Valley Memorial Library in Shinglehouse. More...

Mongillo named acting superintendent

Coudersport Area School Board has named Steve Mongillo as acting superintendent of schools. He will fill the position vacated by the resignation of Alanna Huck while the board recruits a successor. More...