October 7, 2017 RSS feed / News

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Jim Wendel (left) and Dave Karkoska (right) along with friend and business partner Sharon Robinson Taylor, have been resuscitating a piece of Cameron County history, as they restore the former Erskine home on East Fourth Street in Emporium. More...

Coudy teachers talking strike

Marathon negotiations between the Coudersport Area School Board and the teachers’ union are coming to a head, with union leaders now threatening to strike. Endeavor News contacted School Board President Russell Streich and Superintendent Dr. More...

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An $8,000 donation from three veterans’ service organizations in Coudersport will support hurricane recovery activities continuing in Texas and Florida. More...

Holiday craft show slated

Coudersport Area Chamber of Commerce is helping area residents get a jump on their holiday shopping this year. “A Very Coudy Christmas Craft Show” will be held at Coudersport High School on Saturday, Nov. 25, from 9 am to 2 pm. More...

NUMBERS IN THE NEWS

5.5M— Alzheimer’s harsh reality More...

Police charge four in ‘riot’

A bizarre early-morning incident in Coudersport back in June has resulted in four people facing criminal charges.  Police report an imbroglio involving a dog started on North West Street and evolved into a “street brawl” that involve More...

County officials will get annual raises

Salaries for some of Cameron County’s elected officials are set to increase by two percent each year for the four-year period running from January 2018 to December 2021. More...

More staffing changes at PC jail

Three more personnel changes involving corrections and security were reported to Potter County Commissioners Doug Morley, Paul Heimel and Susan Kefover at last week’s business meeting. More...

Rt. 6 project winding down

PennDOT is still eying Thanksgiving for completion of its two-year project to rebuild Rt. 6 through much of downtown Coudersport.  More...

Court-ordered tax rebate made

Impact of the court-ordered tax assessment reductions in Cameron County is starting to be felt by local governments. During this month’s Emporium Borough Council meeting, members learned that the assessment appeal by Teutech Leasing Corp. More...

Free concert in Galeton today

Friends of the Galeton Library are sponsoring a free evening of music with the Divine Hand Ensemble, featuring Galeton native Monique Canniere, at 7 pm Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Presbyterian Church.   More...

State parks important to region

State parks are among Potter County’s greatest assets, providing not only outdoors experiences for visitors and locals alike, but also a boost to the economy. More...

Emporium Borough cracking down

Emporium Borough is showing violators of certain ordinances that it means business.  The community has been able to reduce the number blighted or neglected properties and abandoned vehicles, and officials aren’t stopping there.  More...

Benefit for local youth

A benefit dance to assist three-year-old Luna Johnson’s family with medical expenses will be held at the Emporium Moose on Saturday, Nov. More...

News. Brief.

Galeton Library benefit A photo fundraiser for the Galeton Public Library will be held Oct. 13-15 at the Gaines Township building. More...

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Among the highlights of the Austin Fall Festival last weekend was the annual Gerald F. Duffee Sr. Scholarship Fund 5K Race. More...

Family Fun Night at Episcopal Church

Christ Episcopal Church youth in Coudersport are holding a Family Fun Night on Sunday, Oct. 8, at 6 pm. There will be games, music, a youth-led Bible session, and pizza. All area youth and their families are invited. More...

Senior Expo set Friday

This year’s Senior Citizens Expo is scheduled for 9 am to 1 pm on Friday, Oct. 13, at the Roulette Firehall. There is no admission fee. Lunch will be provided.  More...