November 24, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Countdown to deer season

Thanksgiving and Christmas are cherished holidays, but another special day also occurs at this time of year – the opening of Pennsylvania’s deer season.  City folks often get a kick out of the fact that the Monday after Thanksgiving More...

Ag event to focus on farmer survival

A daylong seminar on timely issues challenging farmers is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 1. More...

Viewpoints

In defense of hunting

(Wayne Bisbee is founder of Bisbee’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Fund, a non-profit organization that promotes conservation programs through science, education and technology.)  Many people – animal activists, conservationists and More...

Correspondence

Save Arboretum   Dear editor:  I liked the letter, “Leave the Arboretum alone,” by Ralph Caldwell. More...

The Old Timer

Deer season is right around the corner. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

If there’s one thing that’s certain about Pennsylvania’s two-week deer hunting season – which kicks off at dawn on Monday, Nov. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Bear camp in the books

By the time you read this, we will have returned to our normal life routines after another season at “bear camp.” It’s a tradition that we cherish more every year.  As much as I enjoy bearhunting, over the years my perspective More...

ELK WATCHER'S JOURNAL

As you probably know by now, the 2018 elk-hunting season is in the books. More...

‘Small Business Saturday’ is here

Many businesses in Emporium and a downtown gift shop in Coudersport are offering special holiday deals on “Small Business Saturday” (Nov. 24), joining a movement that keeps money in the community to ripple through the economy.  More...

Feds issue report on JKLM gas well blunder

Findings of a federal investigation into the JKLM Energy environmental violations at a Potter County shale gas well in September 2015 have been released. A public comment period remains open until Jan. 15, 2019. More...

Lessons from this year’s elk hunt

Results from this year’s controlled elk hunt in northcentral Pennsylvania show that the species has re-established itself across a broader range and is more elusive than many hunting critics have claimed. More...

Galeton celebration today!

Galeton celebrates “Christmas in a Small Town” on Saturday, Nov. 24, with all of the traditional activities returning.  It opens with a parade stepping off from the school at 3 pm and progressing to Collins Park. More...

News

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Another new Dollar General chain store has opened in Potter County. In this case, it’s more of a relocation than the establishment of a new business. The structure was built on a cleared lot along Main Street (Rt. More...

Potter County property transactions

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

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Galeton Rotary Club has added yet another honor to its growing list. Assistant District Governor Blair Lundberg (right) recently attended a meeting to present the Rotary Citation Club award. More...

Community Life

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Coudersport’s varsity football team celebrated a Pa. Interscholastic Athletic Assn. District 9 Class A championship Monday night, after rolling to a 44-7 win over previously undefeated Smethport. More...

Cameron County names honor students

Cameron County School District has announced its honor students for the first nine-week marking period of the new school year.  More...

Get help for your small business

Small business owners and people who would like to go into business can get some practical advice from an expert source in Coudersport next month.  For more than two decades, the Clarion University Small Business Development Center has provided More...

Obituaries

David P. Smith

David P. Smith, 70, of Coudersport, formerly of Austin, passed away with his family by his side under the care of UPMC Cole Home Care and Hospice on Nov. 13, 2018, in Sweden Valley Manor, Coudersport, after a long illness.  Born on Oct. More...

Death Notices

Russell Davenport   More...