August 19, 2017 RSS feed / News

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An unexpected development has extended the timetable for PennDOT’s Route 6 reconstruction project in downtown Coudersport. More...

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Highlighting activities at last week’s Cameron County Fair was a coronation ceremony honoring the festival’s version of the royal family. More...

Woodsmen’s Show winners

Although there’s no official head count, long-time members of the Galeton Rotary Club believe this year’s Woodsmen’s Show at Cherry Springs State Park attracted a record turnout.  Rotary this week announced winners of the profe More...

Austin School Board vacancy

Austin Area School Board members recently filled one of two vacancies left open as the result of resignations. At last month’s meeting, they appointed Joe Burgett to replace Dennis Kio for a seat representing Keating/Sylvania Townships. More...

Lumber Museum raft program Sunday

Pennsylvania Lumber Museum’s educational program series continues on Sunday, Aug. 20, and is all about log rafting.  More...

Hutton Race Sat.

Dozens of runners and walkers will be snaking their way around Emporium on Saturday, Aug. More...

Gas companies pay for road upgrades

Gas companies are spending millions of dollars to upgrade some of the roads they need to carry heavy vehicles required to harvest the bounty locked in shale layers two miles or more underground in Potter County. More...

Ulysses Old Home Day scheduled

Ulysses Old Home Day is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 16. There will be games, music, refreshments, crafts, vendor booths, an apple-eating contest, blueberry muffin contest and a car, truck and tractor show. More...

Blight fight: promises, not progress

Progress has been painfully slow in Emporium’s crackdown on blighted properties. On the other hand, the crackdown on junk vehicles is showing signs of success. More...

Potter County real estate transactions

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

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Bowhunter fest. this weekend Denton Hill State Park has sprung to life this weekend for the 34th annual Potter County Bowhunter Festival, which concludes on Sunday. More...

Walck Portraits opens downtown

One of downtown Coudersport’s most visible business fronts, the former JCPenney store on North Main Street, is coming back to life, thanks to a local couple’s plans to relocate their business there.  More...