August 4, 2018 RSS feed / News

Leap of faith at swimming pool

A new diving board was pressed into service for the first time during a ceremony at the com­munity swimming pool in Emporium, symbolizing a commitment to save the pool as a community asset at a time when rising costs and diminishing revenue have thre More...

Grants supporting arts

Volunteers are needed to serve on a panel that helps to determine how state grants supporting the arts are distributed in Potter, McKean and five other counties. Appointees will meet on Aug. More...

Police busy with crashes, theft

A Shinglehouse mo­torcyclist was seriously injured last Saturday morning when his cycle collided with a car on Rt. More...

State police issue distracted driving warning

Pa. State Police at Denton Hill and Emporium have joined a statewide enforce­ment effort against aggres­sive driving. More...

News. Brief.

Tri-County REC elects   Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative members elected one new director and returned two incumbents to its board of directors during the utility’s annual in Troy.  More...

Domestic violence problems persist

Domestic violence and other social ills show no sign of ebbing in the region, but service agencies in Potter and Cam­eron counties are making a differ­ence.  In Potter County, the agency now known as A Way Out has been providing services to vic More...

Resident fined for using boro hydrant

Coudersport Borough Water Authority held a special meeting Wednesday to discuss penal­ties and potential charges against a borough resident who used a borough hydrant to top off his family’s pool.  More...

Robbery spree suspect at large

A Genesee man suspected of three recent hold-ups was still at large as of press time. Police across the region are on the lookout for 27-year-old Chase Lotter. More...

‘Ham radio’ more than hobby

With little fanfare, licensed amateur radio operators have been filling the gaps in emer­gency communications across Potter County for decades.  Commissioners Doug Morley, Susan Ke­fover and Paul Heimel recently brought the Headwaters Amateur Ra More...

Acquitted in chicken killing

An Emporium man was acquitted of animal cruelty charges following a trial in Cameron County Court.  Raymond J. More...

Cameron County Fair August 4 - 11

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4NOON - 7:00 PM Competitive exhibitsaccepted at Beaver Hall SUNDAY, AUGUST 510:00 AM - 4:00 PM . . . . . Competitive ExhibitJudging (Beaver Hall will be closed to thepublic until Monday at 6:00 PM)7:00 PM. Vesper Services More...

UPSET SALE 2018

NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTIES BY POTTER COUNTY TAX CLAIM BUREAU FOR UNPAID TAXES
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Former Coudersport resident Dr. George C. Mosch II and his son Brennan last attended the car races at Lime Rock (Conn.) Park some 35 years ago. Last weekend, they were able to relive the experience with a third generation join­ing them. More...