February 9, 2019 RSS feed / News

Civil Air Patrol steps up training

A Civil Air Patrol unit serving the local area is upgrading its communications equipment.  Thanks to the donation of computers by the Community Education Center of Cameron and Elk Counties, CAP Squadron 507 will be able enhance learning opportun More...

County stepping up veterans’ services

A plan to restructure the Potter County Veterans Service Committee was spelled out by two of its members during last week’s county commissioners meeting.  Commissioner Paul Heimel and executive secretary Danielle Gietler reported on a rece More...

Raid results in drug charges

An Emporium woman was jailed in lieu of bail after a raid of her East Garden Street residence resulted in multiple drug charges. Stephanie M. Coffman, 42, was remanded to the Jefferson County Jail in Brookville.  More...

Reed to seek second term

Cameron County Commissioner Lori K. Reed has confirmed that she’ll seek a second four-year term in this year’s election. She’ll be a candidate for one of the two Republican nominations in the May 21 primary election. More...

Jail re-entry services approved

A new pediatrician has joined the staff at UPMC Cole. Dr. More...

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Joseph A. Malizia, the youngest attorney of the Malizia & Malizia Law Firm in Emporium, took the oath to practice before the U.S. District Court of the Western District of Pa. in a ceremony conducted by the Honorable Susan P. Baxter. More...

Cameron County real estate transactions

Following are real estate transactions filed with the Cameron County Recorder of Deeds:  Lynn N. Newcomer to Julie A. Bickford, Shippen Township $102,000; Beverly C. Slatoshy to Tucker C. Slatosky, Lumber Township, $1.00; Richard A. More...

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Another Leadership Potter County class completed its yearlong journey to prepare for future service with a graduation ceremony last weekend. Col. (Ret.) Michael Pearson, a retired colonel from the U.S. More...

Running for Cameron/Elk judge

Shawn T McMahon, who serves as district attorney in Elk County, has announced his candidacy for the president judge seat that was vacated by Richard Masson, serving Cameron and Elk counties. More...

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Bridge project delayed   More...