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Seed exchange opportunity for 'green thumbs'

Gardeners or those who are con­sidering taking up the hobby are welcome to attend this year’s organizational meeting for the Potter County Seed Exchange, scheduled for 6:30 pm Tuesday, May 29, at the Coud­ersport Public Library.  More...

Weinhold epitomizes 'photography as art'

Although he’s techni­cally a “retiree” after many years of ser­vice at what’s now Morgan Advanced Materials, no one will ever find Curt Weinhold swinging on a hammock in his back yard.  More...

Viewpoints

Pa. energy: look to the sun

(Pari Kasotia is the Mid-Atlantic Director for Vote Solar, working to promote solar energy-friendly policies in Pennsylvania. She can reached at pari@votesolar.org or 202-670-6852.)   More...

Correspondence

Time For State Gas Tax   Dear editor:  Gov. Tom Wolf has been proposing a shale gas “sev­erance tax” since his 2014 campaign days.  Why is this so hard to get passed when our state is desperate for money?  More...

The Old Timer

An article about changes in Coudersport and the small towns in the Land of the Endless Mountains was circulating in a publication by the Penn­sylvania Wilds outfit.  More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

We all recall the excitement we felt with the end of another school year. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Local fawn mortality close to 60 percent

Have you seen your first fawn of the season yet? It’s usually around the Me­morial Day weekend that the newborn whitetailed deer begin showing up on their wobbly legs, easily visible due to their white spotting.  More...

Photo

Coudersport High School’s “Slimy Sculpins” team took first-place honors during the local Envirothon to earn a berth in this week’s state finals at Susquehanna University. More...

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Coudersport Area High School junior Peyton Whipple took advantage of the opportunity to feed a calf during the recent Fish and Farm Tour put together by the Potter County Conservation District. More...

Public welcome at airport 'fly-in'

There was a time when  Potato City and Cherry  Springs airports sup­ported the aviation industry in Potter County – from business and commercial travel to leisure flying and even a tourist conces­sion. More...

Energy company remains active

JKLM Energy continues to move forward on its ambi­tious plans to deliver natural gas found two or more miles underneath tens of thousands of Potter County acres to the national pipeline network.  More...

Regional college prepares for new year

Northern Pennsylva­nia Regional College is preparing for its second year of providing classes in Coudersport, Empo­rium, Port Allegany and several other “remote campuses” across nine counties.  More...

News

‘Scrapbook Saturdays’ held each week

Emporium First Baptist Church is hosting “Superbook Saturdays” for elementary-aged chil­dren each Saturday from 10:30 to noon.  Children will view Superbook DVDs (Biblical stories/music videos) and enjoy snacks. More...

Photo

Attending a ceremony to dedicate the new Redbird TD2 flight simulator at Wells­boro Johnston Airport were (from left): Ralph Wolstenholme and Jim Hoopes of Ulysses of the Canyon Pilots Association; Ada Johnston, widow of Richard A. More...

Veteran to speak at weekend services

A Cameron County resident who served for more than two decades in the U.S. Air Force will be keynote speaker for Emporium’s Memorial Day observance.  Technical Sergeant Mary J. More...

Community Life

Pet Chatter

Pets rattled by thunder? Here’s help

Pets, just like people, have dif­ferent reactions to thunderstorms. More...

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Betty Nolan of Shinglehouse and Dick McCoy of Ulysses were crowned as queen and king for the day during the annual Potter County Senior Centers’ Mardi Gras Celebration. Nearly 150 participants in the county’s senior centers at­tended. More...

Marathon help needed

Volunteers are needed to assist with water stations, as well as pre-race and post-race activities, for this year’s God’s Country Marathon, scheduled for Saturday, June 2.  “Operating a water station along the course is a great More...

Obituaries

Myrl E. Knickerbocker

October 4, 1925 - May 19, 2018

Myrl E. Knickerbocker, 92, a long- time resident of Coudersport, passed away with his loving family by his side on May 19, 2018, in Sweden Valley Manor, Coudersport, after a long illness. Born Oct. More...

Death Notices

Anna M. Van Etten   More...













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