September 1, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Emergency training school opens

Area high school students have a new educational opportunity available to them. Seneca Highlands Career and Technical Center in Port Allegany launched its emergency services curriculum last week. More...

Local students connected to worldwide monarch research

A free public program on monarch butterflies will be held at 6 pm Wednesday, Sept. 19, at the Coudersport Public Library. More...

Viewpoints

Trust me, you’re needed

It was March and the day couldn’t decide if it would deliver rain or snow, so it sent a mix of the two for most of the day— sideways in howling winds. More...

Correspondence

Smart Justice Dear editor: Re: “Potter County Stepping Up/Smart Justice” (Endeavor News, Aug. 18), reform in our criminal justice system is long overdue. More...

The Old Timer

There was a story in the newspaper about people planning for September weddings. Even though I have been married for only 68 years, I am going to pass out a little advice to the grooms. Never go to bed angry. Always tell your wife you love her. More...

Community Life

Northeimer retiring after 44 years

One of the longest-serving employees of the former Charles Cole Memorial Hospital is retiring.  Pat Northeimer’s final day at UPMC Cole will be Sept. More...

Speaker wants to change the world

A Potter County resident quietly goes about his mission to save the planet and help those in need. Ed McCrea (inset) shared details of his humanitarian work as guest speaker at last week’s Coudersport Rotary Club meeting. More...

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A team of state economic development officials recently visited Galeton to meet with business operators and local leaders. Their focus was on the retail and industrial sectors as well as the potential to increase tourism. More...

Police fatally shoot local man

A former Potter County man who was on the run following a domestic incident the previous day was killed by police Monday afternoon. More...

‘Our Town: Coudersport’ debuts Thursday

Thousands of people will learn about the attractions and way of life in and around the Potter County seat on Thursday, Sept. More...

Boy Scouts support Maternity Closet

St. Eulalia Catholic Church in Coudersport received a handmade gift made with love from Boy Scout Troop 536. This gift was donated to the church’s Maternity Closet that serves mothers and infants in need. More...

Yards sales galore Saturday

Coudersport will be buzzing on Saturday during the annual Townwide Yard Sale that features bargains scattered across lawns, porches, or garages on virtually every street in the borough. More...

News

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Potter County Democrats gathered at the Saulter Preserve for a picnic to prepare for November’s election. Among speakers was Carrie Heath (second from left), Democratic nominee for a seat in the Pa. More...

Recycling works in Cameron County

Most of the garbage generated in Cameron County is hauled to a landfill and buried for future generations to deal with, even though there are alternatives.  While the economics of recycling can be a tough sell in rural areas, the environmental a More...

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Local artist Linda Rohrer puts some finishing touches on her caricature of Hannah Davis during a “Back to School Block Party” hosted by Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle. The free event is expected to become an annual observance. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Those familiar with Pennsylvania’s elk country call it “the lull before the storm.” They’re referring to the flurry of activity that occurs in late August and early September as the state elk population – estimated at 1, More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Seeing trees for the forest

No where else in the world feels more comfortable to me than the forests of northcentral Pennsylvania. Over the years, I’ve developed a great appreciation for our trees. More...

Streams evaluated for state protection

Each year, the Pa. Fish & Boat Commission (PFBC) is able to add more creeks and streams to the hundreds that are already listed on a state inventory that makes their protection a matter of law.  More...