June 30, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Counties gearing up for census

There’s much at stake as the U.S. Census Bureau moves closer to launching its 2020 count. The bureau is beginning to add staff all across the country and plans to increase hiring this summer and into the fall. More...

FEMA satisfied with work

Coudersport Borough is postponing any further work on a Coudersport Area Recreation Park. Meanwhile, a similar project on Mill Creek in the Mitchell Park area has been closed out, according to a report this month’s Borough Council meeting. More...

Viewpoints

Riding my ATV in heaven

(Joe Parr of Coudersport occasionally shares his natural wit and insights on all- terrain vehicle riding and other issues.)   More...

Correspondence

Misplaced blame   Dear editor:  In response to the letter, “Guns for All,” in the June 9 Endeavor News, I believe the author, Patricia Somma, is misguided.  More...

The Old Timer

One of the coffee club gang figured out why the temperature climbed to the 111-de­gree mark yesterday. It was fry day. The pavement was so hot that you fry an egg on it.  More...

Community Life

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Morgan Wilson, a caregiver at Cole Manor, paid it forward by giving one of the residents a garden that he had always dreamed of. More...

Cameron County Food Pantry continues to serve

Cameron County Food Pantry held its monthly distribution last week, quietly meeting the needs of the community’s less fortunate. Northern Tier Community Action Corp. More...

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Three Cameron County residents set out to become the first people to complete the “Elk Loop” and accomplished their goal. More...

D.A. mum on findings in Eldred case

More than five years after FBI agents searched the home of confessed murderer Greg Eldred, the results of their investigation are shrouded in mystery. More...

Municipalities set to get share of shale gas tax

Revenue from a state tax on 2017 shale gas production will be flowing into county and local government treasuries in early July. Potter County’s allotment is $334,000, up from the $226,000 received last year. More...

‘Weekend in Wilds’ July 6-7

There’s plenty to do in and around Emporium during this year’s Weekend in the Wilds, slated for Friday and Saturday, July 6-7. It has grown into a much-anticipated Independence Day holiday tradition. More...

New criminal justice post filled

Potter County Commissioners introduced their criminal justice resources coordinator at last week’s meeting. More...

News

Filming starts soon for ‘Our Town'

television program scheduled to air in hun­dreds of thousands of homes this September is an ideal opportunity for Coud­ersport to promote its assets for tourists, entrepreneurs and others. More...

Details emerge from shooting

More details have emerged from the at­tempted homicide case investigated by state police from the Denton Hill barracks last Sunday afternoon.  More...

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Firefighters from four area departments battled a blaze that heavily damaged a home on Rt. 349 in Sabinsville last Friday. Crary Hose Company of Westfield was first to respond to the late afternoon call. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Another piece of Pennsylvania’s elk range will be permanently protected and open to public access, thanks to a collab­orative effort by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and the Pa. Game Commission (PGC).  More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Area trout populations feel the heat

Summer’s 90-degree- plus temperatures arrived a week before summer it­self. An abbreviated spring not only sucks the energy out of us all, it is really tough on our coldwater fish species  More...

Agency confirms CWD spread in deer

A new Pa. Game Commis­sion report on the spread of deadly chronic wasting dis­ease among deer reveals that 78 free-ranging whitetails collected in 2017 have tested positive for the disease.  More...

Obituaries

Mary E. Crowell

May 6, 1929 - June 22, 2018

Mary Elizabeth Crowell, 89, of Coudersport, passed away June 22, 2018, at UPMC Cole, Coudersport.  Mary was born on May 6, 1929, in Bingham Town­ship, the daughter of Lavern B. and Viola (Teater) Howe. She was the wife of Adelbert C. More...

Death Notices

William G. Munsell   More...