March 16, 2019 RSS feed / Front Page

Preview of Coudersport pool

A preview of the new  Coudersport Community Swimming Pool was presented to the local Rotary Club this week by one of the driving forces behind the project.  Borough Councilman Todd Husson described what’s in store when the new pool op More...

If you’re job hunting, here you go

Empereon now fill ‘inbound’ calling positions

When   Time Warner stunned the Coudersport area in 2007 by shutting down its customer care operations, eliminating 500 jobs in the process, a financial incentive package backed by the state government helped to reel in a new employer to fill the More...

Viewpoints

Arboretum outcome a ‘win’

(Georgeanna DeCarlo is a former Coudersport-based news reporter and a supporter of the Friends of the Coudersport Arboretum Inc.).   More...

Correspondence

Reinvent Taxes   Dear editor:  We make a very bad choice when we look to politicians and government for solutions. More...

The Old Timer

This land is your land. This land is my land. It’s too bad that so many members of the younger generation know so little about it. More...

Community Life

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Coudersport Public Library was the setting for two days of ethnic folk music last week as the acclaimed musical duo Simple Gifts came to town.  More...

Local weather: Punxy Phil got it all wrong

(This is a report from Henry Lush, Galeton area observer for the National Weather Service.)  Punxsutawney Phil did not call an early spring accurately again this year. It is a good thing he is not with the National Weather Service.  More...

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Sharon Fitzgerald, left, Secretary of the Coudersport Rotary Club, was the guest speaker at the Emporium Rotary luncheon meeting March 5. More...

Obituaries

Robert L. ‘Smitty’ Smith

Robert L. (Smitty) Smith, 81, a lifelong Coudersport resident and an active, visible supporter of the community, died Saturday, March 9, 2019, at Sweden Valley Manor after a long illness. More...

Death Notices

Maxine M. McIsaac   More...

Candidates announce

Election picture clearer; Morley, Kefover, Kelsey out in Potter

Tuesday’s deadline for filing petitions to run in this year’s election came with three veteran Potter County officials choosing not to seek another term. More...

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An Amish community from the Ulysses area recently removed a number of saw-timber trees from a small plot of land in Ulysses Township. More...

It's Maple Weekend!

Hundreds of people will fan out across Potter and Tioga counties Saturday and Sunday for the 15th annual Maple Weekend.  Seventeen producers are planning open houses from 10 am to 4 pm. More...

News

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Volunteers That Care members recently donated to the Coudersport Community Swimming Pool fundraiser, to be held at 6 pm Saturday, March 30, at the Coudersport Firehall. More...

Moate seeks GOP nomination

A political newcomer has joined the race for a seat on the Cameron County Board of Commissioners. James Moate, a lifelong Cameron County resident, is seeking one of two Republican nominations to be decided in the May 21 municipal primary election. More...

Hayman running for commissioner

Retired schoolteacher Barry Hayman is running for a seat on the Potter County Board of Commissioners. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Pennsylvania Trout Unlimited is calling for changes in some of the trout-stocking policies of the Pa. Fish & Boat Commission (PFBC). More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Plant a tree; now is the time

This coming week marks the start of spring. Besides its astrological significance of equal hours of daylight and dark, spring holds a special significance to outdoors enthusiasts. It signifies the approach of trout season. More...

Aspen trees felled in state forest

Aspen trees have been removed on approximately 25 acres in the McDonald Run area, off Bell Draft Road in the Elk State Forest.  District Forester Jeanne Wambaugh reported that the 60-year-old aspen stand and some beech trees were clear-cut to st More...













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