July 22, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Night school job training?

Discussions are underway over establishment of a powdered metal job training curriculum at Cameron County High School.  Superintendent Dr. More...

Guisto fills school board vacancy

Cameron County School Board members chose Shelia Guisto to fill a vacancy on the panel after a series of interviews and an extended voting process. More...

Viewpoints

Can retail be rescued?

(Doug Stephens is a self-described “retail industry futurist” and the founder a consulting service, Retail Prophet). More...

Correspondence

Float Your Boat Dear editor: As you have reported, the upper Allegheny River has been voted the 2017 Pennsylvania “River of the Year” in a statewide competition sponsored by the Pa. Dept. More...

The Old Timer

The next time I get back to Pennsylvania’s Land of the Endless Mountains, I am going to check out more of the local history. Just about everywhere you go, you will find a historic marker. How many of you take the time to read them? More...

Community Life

Pet Chatter

Veterinary care: how much is too much?

Some people see pets as just animals. They don’t put a lot into their care. They feed them whatever is the least costly and do only the minimum as far as veterinary care. For others, pets are family. More...

Dr. Sparks joins surgical staff at Cole

Dr. Dorothy Sparks has joined the surgical team at Cole Memorial Hospital and is accepting new patients in Coudersport. More...

Obituaries

Charlotte Hallock Sutton

Charlotte Hallock Sutton, 78, of Oswayo, passed away after a long illness on Jan. 25, 2017, in her winter home in Winter Haven, Fla., surrounded by her loving family. Born Nov. More...

Death Notices

Lindsay Michael Lowe, 25, of Ulysses, died July 17, 2017, at Cole Memorial Hospital. Born in Coudersport, he was the son of Michael Lowe and Gwen D. Schmidt. More...

Treatment plant awaits DEP's okay

A proposal to build a prototype shale gas waste water treatment facility in west Coudersport has received the initial go-ahead despite opposition from a handful of citizens.  However, the plan still awaits approval by the Pa. Dept. More...

‘Crime watch’: controlling Potter County’s coffers

Potter County Commissioners have established a new full-time position to ride herd on the roughly $3.5 million annually the county is spending to operate its jail and court system. More...

Archery festival will draw thousands

One of the events that has put Potter County on the map is the Eastern Traditional Archery Rendezvous, which will run from Thursday through Sunday, July 27-30, at Denton Hill State Park. More...

Photo

An overflowing number of vendors and steady progression of attendees turned out for the annual “Christmas in July” fundraiser for A Way Out, Potter County’s domestic violence and sexual assault prevention and awareness agency, at th More...

News

Clara Township bridge project

PennDOT is replacing a bridge in Clara Township, Potter County. The state-owned bridge spans Bradley Run on Clara Road (Twp. Rt. More...

Small business workshop Wednesday

A workshop titled “How to Start and Finance Your Business” will be conducted by Clarion University’s Small Business Development Center on Wednesday, July 26, from 9 am to 12:30 pm at the Potter County Education Center on Water Stree More...

Potter County Fair kicks off July 30

Nostalgia and fun are two of the main draws of the Potter County Fair, which opens for its 81st run on Sunday, July 30, and runs through Saturday, Aug. 5, at the fairgrounds in Millport. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

As Jim Zoschg reports in his “Inside the Outdoors” column on this page, chronic wasting disease continues to spread toward Cameron and Potter counties. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

CWD spreads closer to elk herd

Someone spotted a small buck wandering listlessly along the edge of a field in Clearfield County’s Bell Township. A Pa. Game Commission wildlife conservation officer took one look at the whitetail and suspected the worst. More...

ELK WATCHER'S JOURNAL

Calves roaming in elk country

What can a visitor to the Pennsylvania elk range expect to see in late July?  If you’re lucky, you could catch a glimpse of calves running and playing in nursery groups, or even wading or swimming across streams with their mothers.  T More...













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