February 2, 2019 RSS feed / Front Page

Addressing ‘digital divide’ in rural education

Administrators from public school districts, technical schools and area colleges came together this week at the Gunzburger Building in Coudersport to discuss how they can capitalize on the potential of high-speed internet service to further their edu More...

Sets criminal justice goals

Potter County Criminal Justice Advisory Board members unanimously approved their 2019 strategic plan last week. It’s a detailed document that commits the county’s criminal justice system to working together to improve outcomes. More...

Viewpoints

Everett Saulter’s special legacy

(The following appeared on the website, Potter County Today, today.pottercountypa.net. Everett is shown with a can that was used to sell maple from his own sugarbush. It was a special 100th birthday gift.)   More...

Correspondence

Please support the pool   Dear editor:  We thank those of you who have given to ensure the Coudersport Community Swimming Pool will continue to serve for generations to come.  More...

The Old Timer

Punxsutawney Phil will do his thing on Saturday morning. The fact that such a silly tradition has become known around the world just proves the power of good promotion. More...

Community Life

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Five Coudersport Area High School students performed at last weekend’s Pa. Music Educators Assn. district band festival last weekend in Meadville. More...

OV Library online

Oswayo Valley Memorial Library in Shinglehouse offers a website that can help readers, researchers and other library users access a number of resources.  More...

Maple Street Apartments sold

Sale of the Maple Street Apartments, a 32-unit housing complex in Emporium Borough, was among real estate transactions recently filed with the Cameron County Recorder of Deeds. More...

Sweeping changes could be coming for deer, elk hunters

Semi-auto, centerfire rifles considered for big game

Sweeping changes will be in store for deer and elk hunters if actions taken this week by the Pa. More...

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A second annual “Winter in the Lumber Camp” at the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum was a success, despite bitter cold temperatures. A fresh snowfall made for nearly ideal conditions for sleds, snowshoes, tubes and crosscountry skis. More...

‘Heart & Soul’ project rolls along

A new year for the Cameron County Heart & Soul community revitalization project hit the ground running this week with a training and recruitment session at the Pa. DCNR Regional Office. More...

News

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Talented gymnasts from more than a dozen Pennsylvania counties traveled to State College last weekend for the seventh annual Centre Elite Gymnastics Classic. More...

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Austin Elementary School enrichment students found a practical way to give back to their community over the Christmas holiday. They assembled and delivered 30 packages for patients of the Patterson Cancer Center at UPMC Cole in Coudersport.  More...

C&N Bank declares dividend

Citizens & Northern Corporation announced its most recent dividend declaration and unaudited consolidated financial results.  Directors declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of 27 cents per share and a special cash dividend of 10 cents More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Yes, it’s a long drive to Harrisburg, but for anyone who enjoys the outdoors, the Great American Outdoor Show, which continues through Feb. 10, has a lot to offer. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Shedding light on antler hunting

I finished up the 2018- 2019 deer season hunting with my Hawkin .50 caliber flintlock. While hoping I might get a crack at a buck, I wasn’t restricting myself. Yet, the only wildlife I saw larger than the gray squirrels was a beautiful red fox. More...

Obituaries

Death Notices

Everett C. Saulter   Everett C. Saulter, 101, of Coudersport, died Jan. 27, 2019, at Sweden Valley Manor. Born in Coudersport, he was the son of George E. and Annabel Blow Saulter. In 1934, he married Mary H. Leet, who died in 1989.  More...