July 7, 2018 RSS feed / News

Ness Fest features vintage car show

Cars and trucks of the Roaring ‘20s are still widely regarded as some of the most gorgeous and glo­rious motor vehicles ever made. More...

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Galeton has joined the growing list of American communities honoring military veterans as “hometown heroes” along downtown streets. More...

‘Doe’ license requests Monday

Pennsylvania hunters can apply for antlerless deer li­censes starting on Monday, July 9, and their odds of receiving one or more doe tags are better than at any time in modern history.  More...

Arboretum work bee Tuesday

Coudersport Arboretum Association will not meet this Tuesday, July 3, because of the holiday. However, we are planning a work bee at the Arboretum Tuesday, July 10 starting at 5 p.m.  Please plan on joining us. More...

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Help for small businesses   Clarion University Small Business Development Center now offers regular office hours in Cameron and Potter counties to provide business consulting assistance.  More...

Registration open for ‘CodeRED’

Potter County Emergency Management Agency is encouraging residents to sign up for a new com­munity notification system to provide important alerts and time-sensitive messages using phone calls, email, social media sites and text messaging.  It&r More...

County updating hazard plan

Potter County Emergency Management Agency is up­dating the county’s Hazard Mitigation Plan. EMA Coor­dinator Glenn Dunn shared details at a recent meeting of the Potter County Planning Commission.  More...

Summer reading event Tuesday

Children 12 and younger are invited to explore the world of bats, with “Sounds in Silence: Bat Calls,” at 1 pm Tuesday, July 10, at the Coudersport Public Library. More...

Potter County Auditors issue report

Potter County Auditors Michele Gledhill, Pauline Kleintop and Jeanette E. Stuckey have completed their review of county’s 2017 financial records.  Cash balances, revenue receipts and invoices were all found to be in order.  More...

Pool’s fate looking brighter Arboretum

Persistent temperatures in the mid-90s have sent droves of Emporium area residents to the community swimming pool at Cameron County High School over the past week.  More...

Fatal crash on Route 155

A New Jersey man died in a collision at the intersection of Cowley Hill Road and Pa. Rt. 155 in southern Potter County Sunday afternoon.  More...

Deeds filed in Cameron County

Following are real estate transactions recently filed with the Cameron County Recorder of Deeds:  More...

NUMBERS IN THE NEWS

48— Property owners ‘under water’ An alarming number of homeowners actually owe their creditors much more than their home is worth. More...

Local attack on aggressive invader

Volunteers with the Upper Allegany Watershed As­sociation (UAWA) recently reconvened to continue their attack on an invader that is infringing on the corridors of Allegheny River tributar­ies.  Their enemy is Japanese knotweed, an invasive spe­ More...

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Austin was decked out in red, white and blue for Indepen­dence Day, thanks to donations of U.S. flags by local residents Joe and Becky Pennypacker. More...

Parent/teacher playgroup

Parents as Teach­ers, in collaboration with the Couders­port Public Library and Potter County Human Services, is offering Parent-Child Playgroup: Birth to Five from 10-11 am on Wednesday, July 11, at the library.  Activities with par­ent and chi More...