September 15, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Murderer pursuing appeal

An appeal by the triggerman in the 2011 three-person conspiracy to murder Coudersport teenager Sam Miller is back before the Pa. Superior Court. More...

Viewpoints

Taking school safety seriously

(Dolores McCracken is the president of the state’s largest public school teachers’ union, the Pennsylvania State Education Association, or PSEA). More...

Correspondence

N.Y pays price for drilling ban Dear editor: Shale gas development is bringing incredible benefits to Pennsylvania, but that hasn’t been the case across the border in New York. More...

The Old Timer

When I was born in 1929, my mother was deep in a battle with tuberculosis. I was taken from her care and my grandmother took over the job of my care. I can recall some of life that goes back to when I was two years old. More...

Community Life

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Three members of God’s Country Ministries in Coudersport filled 100 plastic boxes in support of Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s Purse. More...

Butterfly release Wed. At Coudy Library

Coudersport Public Library will host a Monarch Butterfly Release on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 6:30 p.m. More...

Registration available for CodeRED sign-ups

Potter County Emergency Management Agency is encouraging residents to sign up for a new community notification system to provide important alerts and time-sensitive messages using phone calls, email, social media sites and text messaging.  It&rs More...

‘Moving Wall’ set up at CARP

Representatives of local veterans’ service organizations have joined forces with the Potter County Commissioners to bring The Moving Wall, a half-size replica of Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., to Coudersport. More...

Courthouse rehab nears completion

A third and final stage of a multi-year rehabilitation project at the Potter County Courthouse got underway last week. More...

BBQ contest next weekend

Cameron County Chamber of Commerce reports that it has a record number of participants registered for its fifth annual barbecue competition in downtown Emporium, slated for Saturday, Sept. 22. Registration closes on Monday, Sept. 17. More...

News

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Opening of a Dollar General store on Burt Street in Ulysses is imminent. A building on the lot was demolished to pave the way for construction. Merchandise displays are being arranged and the front entrance sign was mounted on Wednesday. More...

Armed robber on the loose

State police are investigating another armed robbery taking place in Tioga County.  An unidentified white male wearing a black ski mask and carrying an AR 15 style rifle entered the Acorn Market on Rt. More...

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A Coudersport girl has been a role model for generosity, no matter a person’s age. Lydia Tingley, 8, made a New Year’s resolution to donate $700 to the Cole Foundation for UPMC Cole’s Patterson Cancer Center. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Much of Pennsylvania has, over the years, become fragmented into smaller chunks of prime wildlife habitat.  What’s left of it is increasingly being developed into parking lots, shopping centers, and “bedroom communities” by tho More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Acorn bounty bodes well for hunters

To many people, an oak tree is an oak tree. However, more than 400 species of oak exist worldwide. More...

Intern gains real-world insights

A bachelor’s degree is not always enough to land a job in forest management. Many employers also want to see experience in the job field on an applicant’s resume.  More...













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