January 5, 2019 RSS feed / Front Page

NFL Cleveland retiree still ‘protects & serves’

Browns offensive lineman Joe had already name in the NFL protecting quarterbacks and creating avenues for runners, when he decided to retire after the 2017-18 season. More...

Viewpoints

Folks, you have it all!

(Derek Eberly is the Pennsylvania field representative for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership).   More...

Correspondence

Food Bank Fills   Dear editor:  Over the last two months of 2018, we received a great outpouring of support from churches, corporations, local organizations, students and residents.  Our shelves are stocked and we are ready to serve in More...

The Old Timer

We have embarked on a new year and I think a lot of us are pretty worried about how it will unfold. Who knows? According to the old radio show, The Shadow knows. So where the hell is The Shadow when we need him?  More...

Sports

Local softball player will continue career

A Cameron County High School senior whose love of fast-pitch softball dates back to early childhood is going to be able to continue her career at the collegiate level.  Laila Smith has been recruited by the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg More...

Obituaries

Margaret Silconas

Margaret M. Silconas, 94, of Dingman Run Road, Coudersport, passed away peacefully Dec. 20, 2018, in her sleep at Absolute Care in Allegany, N.Y., after an extended illness.  More...

Dr. William Mitchell

Dr. William Leo Mitchell, long-time community leader and veterinarian in Coudersport, died on his 94th birthday, Dec. 30, 2018, in Lake Wales, Fla.  More...

Charles A. Sutton

Charles A. Sutton, 81, of Oswayo, died Dec. 21, 2018, at his home in Winter Haven, Fla. Born in Whitesville, N.Y., he was the son of Robert Joseph and Lillian Hulse Sutton. In 1956, he married Charlotte Hallock. More...

2018: Year In Review

Top stories in perspective

Many newspapers publish their annual summaries of the previous year’s news stories as a lengthy, chronological journal. Endeavor News takes a different approach. More...

Armed robber gets state prison time

A Coudersport man who has had several run-ins with the law, including a manslaughter case in Florida, was sentenced to state prison for at least seven and one-half years as a result of an armed robbery at the Dollar General Store on Chestnut Street i More...

Ambulance service hanging on

Volunteer Ambulance Association continues its 2019 subscription drive, seeking help to sustain the financially strapped organization through the new year and beyond. Not only is money tight, but more volunteers are needed. More...

News

Treasurers: dog licenses available

Residents of Potter and Cameron counties can now purchase dog licenses at their county treasurer office. State law requires all dogs three months and older to be licensed by Jan. 1. More...

Second time’s a charm for spelling champ

Spelling is not a lost art – at least when it comes to a successful tradition at the Coudersport Area Elementary School. More...

Goodyear Hose Company elects slate of officers

Goodyear Hose Company elected its officer slate for the new membership year.  Bob Miller was chosen as president of the board and Joe Cimino as fire chief.  More...

Outdoors

Outdoor Columnist

Most outdoor people own cameras and use them for those “hero shots” we all drool over. As an avid hunter and angler, I like the freedom a camera brings with it. There are no seasons, bag, size, or creel limits.  More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

More deer hunters go back to basics

Technology keeps expanding at a maddening pace and hunting has not escaped its impact. More...