August 25, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

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Construction continues on the Dollar General store on Burt Street in Ulysses. A building on the lot was demolished to pave the way for construction, which is proceeding rapidly. More...

Dam Show continues today!

A unique music festival at the Austin Dam Memorial Park continues through Saturday night. More...

Viewpoints

Don’t let them keep robbing us

(Ed Perry, a retired aquatic biologist and advocate for the National Wildlife Federation, lives in Boalsburg, Centre County.)   I was born and raised in Cleveland, overlooking the steel mills, about one-quarter mile from where the Cuyahoga River More...

Correspondence

No More Poison   Dear editor:  Re “The $50 food plot” column by Jim Zoschg (En­deavor News, Aug. More...

The Old Timer

Highway signs play a big part in our lives today. When I travel the interstates, I pay atten­tion to the milepost signs that tell you either how far you have gone or how many more miles to go before you reach the state line. More...

Obituaries

Glen D. Fiebig

Glen D. Fiebig, 72, of Empo­rium, died Aug. 20, 2018, at Felt Manor. More...

William G. Munter

May 2, 1918 - August 16, 2018

William G. Munter, 100, of Punta Gorda, Fla., formerly of Austin, celebrated life until his unexpected passing on Aug. 16, 2018, at UPMC Cole in Couder­sport.  Born May 2, 1918, in Brooklyn, N.Y., he was the son of William A. More...

Kenneth J. Culp

April 29, 1940 - August 16, 2018

Kenneth J. Culp, 78, of Galeton, passed away Aug. 16, 2018, at Soldiers & Sailors Hospital, Wellsboro.  Born April 29, 1940 in Cleveland, Ohio, he was a son of Paine and Evelyn (Weimer) Culp. More...

Dining ‘loop’ gaining favor

Close to 70 people have signed up for a new initiative that promotes local dining and imbibing, according to a reported presented at last month’s Cameron County Chamber of Commerce meeting. More...

Legal battle brewing over arboretum sale

A private, non-profit corporation is being formed to challenge the proposed sale of the Coudersport Arboretum in court. More...

Buchanan’s: 60 years and counting!

One of Coudersport’s oldest and most active businesses is observing its 60th anniversary this year. “I remember the day Mrs. Smith asked me, how does it feel walking into your dad’s store?” said Richard Buchanan. More...

‘Triple Crown’ moving ahead

Plans are progressing quickly for next year’s launch of the “Sinnemahone Triple Crown,” an outdoor-based competition that has the potential to draw droves of outdoor enthusiasts to the region. More...

News

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Even a rainy day couldn’t hold down an enthusiastic crowd at last week­end’s Pennsylvania Elk Expo at the Elk Country Visitors Center. More...

Marketing help for small businesses

A partnership with Clarion University’s Small Business Development Cen­ter is bringing more benefits to Potter County.  More...

Real estate transactions filed in Potter County

Following are real estate transactions filed with the Potter County Recorder of Deeds: Lawrence C. and Betty L. Wei to Terrance L. and Ami J. Foust, 225 acres in Eulalia Township, $749,000; Randy Coyle by AIF and Kurt W. Hynds to David B. More...

Community Life

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Austin Volunteer Fire Department has been hon­oring it deceased members with grave deco­rations that recall their service. More...

Hutton memorial race crowns winners

Another successful David Hutton Memorial 5K Run and 2-Mile Walk swept through Emporium last Saturday.  The field of 51 par­ticipants turning out for the 13th annual event was lower than the figures from recent years.  More...

Library, museum partnering

Emporium’s library is partnering with the Pa. Lumber Mu­seum’s Library Pass Program. Free museum admission is avail­able for adult patrons and their immediate family members. More information is available at the library front desk.   More...