October 6, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Future of ATV use topic of Oct. 15 meeting

A ll-terrain vehicle riding is rising in popularity across the region.  And despite concerns about the environmental impact and potential conflicts with other forms of outdoor recreation, there is a concerted effort underway to support the hobby More...

Antique Show this weekend

Pennsylvania Lumber Museum in Potter County offers one of the more popular activities during this busy autumn weekend.  The 37th annual Fall Antique Show on Saturday and Sunday features dealers and collectors from a wide area selling furniture, More...

Viewpoints

Arboretum: with you in spirit

(Dale Ulkins is a Coudersport native and 1969 graduate of the local school who now lives in Baton Rouge, La., with his wife, the former Kathy Kovacs, also of Coudersport. More...

Correspondence

Please vote   Dear editor:  I am horrified by the tone of our nation’s political discourse right now. More...

The Old Timer

Old-timers most of the time only think they know what they are doing. In reality, they are often off in left field when they believe they are in right field. I fit that category. More...

Community Life

Lions Club gearing for busy 2019

Seven new members have joined the Coudersport Area Lions Club, which is gearing up for a busy agenda in 2019.  Lions International District Governor Howard “Butch” Haus attended the club’s recent meeting to welcome the new memb More...

Christmas House relocates to church

Christmas House volunteers are closing the door on the little house at the corner of Main Street and First Streets in Coudersport and are opening the door to a new, larger location up the street at First Presbyterian Church.  More...

Voter deadline Monday

Voters have only until Monday, Oct. 9, to register, change party affiliation or report address changes, in order be eligible to cast ballots in the election of Tuesday, Nov. More...

Obituaries

Judith Ann Castano

Judith Ann Castano, 69, of Coudersport died on Sept. 30, 2018 at UPMC Cole, Coudersport. She was born on June 29, 1949 in Binghamton, N.Y., a daughter of Joseph and Nina (Conn) Mack. She married David Castano on June 6, 1970. More...

Death Notices

LeRoy C. White   More...

Hearing Oct. 11 in Arbo case

A downstate judge will hear arguments in Potter County Court at 10 am Thursday, Oct. 11, on an effort block Borough Council from selling a one-third acre section of the Coudersport Arboretum.  More...

Reality check: population lower, older

Realities of the U.S. More...

Potter County facelift continues

Infrastructure improvements have been front-and-center for Potter County Commissioners Doug Morley, Paul Heimel and Susan Kefover this year. More...

Dean of weather observers has seen it all

Long-time Galeton area weather observer Henry Lush has seen it all during his volunteer service to the National Weather Service.  But his observations for September included an interesting and rare superlative – “I’ve never see More...

News

Motorcyclist seriously injured

Another motorcycle/deer collision causing serious injuries to the driver was reported by state police at Denton Hill this week. Charles Biddlecom of Plainview, N. J., was operating the cycle last Saturday night on Rt. More...

Photo

Galeton Area Chamber of Commerce held its 13th annual Galeton Fall Festival last weekend at Collins Park. Chamber members used the occasion to seek support for its good works in the community through a silent auction to award several quality prizes. More...

UPMC Cole nurse certified

A registered nurse at UPMC Cole has received certification for specialized services in the hospital’s anticoagulation clinic. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Let’s face it – activities by humans are inflicting more and more stress on some of our cherished wildlife species. With a few behavior modifications, we could lessen our impact.  More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Cranberries Now ready For picking

Last week while traveling through southern Cameron County, I stopped to check out my favorite cranberry patch.  It had rained the previous day and the little cranberry bog had more water than it normally does. More...

Crossbows gaining popularity

Pennsylvania’s statewide archery deer season for antlered or antlerless deer continues through Nov. 12, extended to Monday in observance of the Veterans Day holiday. The season then makes its usual post-holiday curtain call from Dec. More...