January 12, 2019 RSS feed / News

Crematory planned for Ulysses

Olney Funeral Home is seeking regulatory approval to construct and operate a crematory next to its facility in Ulysses Borough. Some local residents have expressed concerns about air emissions.   More...

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There’s hope that a predator could be “stocked” in areas where eastern hemlock trees are under attack. More...

Safety seat check

State Police conduct child safety seat checks. Parents are encouraged to call 274- 8690 to arrange for a check. They should bring the safety seat, vehicle manual and instructions.   More...

Meth bust at county border

Officials report that a routine traffic stop at the intersection of Route 6 and Fishing Creek Road in mid-December led to discovery of a methamphetamine manufacturing operation on both sides of the Potter/ McKean line. More...

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American Legion Potter Post 192 of Coudersport recently donated $1000 to the Pediatrics Department at UPMC Cole. More...

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Seedling sale Potter County Conservation District is selling tree seedlings to support habitat improvement and education. More information, including order forms, can be found on the district website, or from Emily Shosh at 814-320-4017. More...

Family program at Galeton Library

A program to promote social skills, family bonding and vocabulary skills is being held at the Galeton Public Library. Rhymes, songs and books are used in an engaging fashion.  More...

Potter County deed transfers

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

New road care manager hired

A new specialist has arrived to build on the many successes of the Potter County Conservation District (PCCD) dirt, gravel and low-volume road stabilization program. Andrew Mickey succeeds Alexander Veto, who left for another job. More...

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Two junior firefighters with the Coudersport Volunteer Fire Dept. were recently recognized by their peers. Danny Weidner was elected junior captain and Sophia Stevens junior lieutenant. More...

No need to borrow before taxes roll in

Although they’ve established a line of credit to help cover early-year expenses, Potter County Commissioners Paul Heimel, Susan Kefover and Doug Morley have not yet been forced to tap it.  More...

Tri-County Plan meeting Wednesday

Area residents still have time to weigh in on the contents of the first-ever Northern Pennsylvania Tri-County Comprehensive Plan. More...

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Postal rates increasing 55— Without much media attention, increases in U.S. Postal Service rates will be increasing on Sunday, Jan. 27. More...