April 14, 2018 RSS feed / News

Career help for students

A number of activi­ties are being planned to connect area high school students with local career opportunities. More...

Galeton water system doing well

Galeton’s public water supply system is operating smoothly, according to a report presented during this month’s Borough Authority meeting.  Joe Cimino said the plant at Wetmore Run is run­ning on the supervisory control and data acqu More...

STEM lab open house Thursday

Cameron County School District will celebrate the completion of Woodland Elementary School’s new Science, Technology, En­gineering and Mathematics (STEM) lab with an open house on Thursday, April 19 from 6:30 to 8 pm. More...

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A $2,000 donation from First Citizens Community Bank will help pay for a new outdoor scoreboard at the Northern Potter School District athletic fields. More...

Sew Much More’ brightens Main Street

Another new busi­ness has opened in the heart of down­town Coudersport, which has been taking on new life in recent years. More...

Gas boom program Saturday in Roulette

A program on the gas boom from yesteryear in the Roulette area will be presented by the Roulette Township Library at 2 pm Saturday, April 14.  More...

NUMBERS IN THE NEWS

35— Local students join walk-out Some 35 Cameron County students took part in a nation­wide walk-out held on March 14 in the wake of the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. More...

Farming that makes sense

Potter County Conservation District (PCCD) is gearing up for another year of helping local farmers to plant cover crops and make use of “no-till” equip­ment for planting.  District manager Jason Childs points out that constant tillin More...

School budget is guessing game

Cameron County School District is facing a shortfall of approximately $360,000 as board members and ad­ministrators continue to craft their 2018-19 operating bud­get. Expenditures currently stand at $12.73 million.  More...

Potter County property transactions

Following are real estate transactions filed with the Potter County Recorder of Deeds:  More...

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Members of the Seneca Nation of Indians gathered with Coudersport Area Municipal Authority members after this week’s CAMA vote not to proceed with a shale gas wastewater treatment plant. More...

Financial Advisor joins Edward Jones

An open house was held last week to welcome a second financial advisor to the Edward Jones office in downtown Coudersport – and he’s a familiar face to most local folks. More...

Suspect escapes custody‘

State police report that an Austin woman being arraigned on numerous drug charges at the Cameron County Courthouse escaped custody last week before being apprehended in Potter County.  Kortney L. More...

Mental health services at school

Cameron County School District is pursuing a plan to provide mental health services for students.  Superintendent Dr. More...

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A sweet addition to Couder­sport’s downtown is a fam­ily affair. Deb’s Candy Shop opened last week at 116 North Main Street, fulfilling a dream that owner Deb Tubbs has had for many years. More...

News. Brief.

Highway, bridge work   PennDOT has unveiled plans for highway and bridge projects in the region later this year.  A contractor will continue work on resurfacing Rt. 155 from Empo­rium to the Potter County line. More...

Cold Canoe/Kayak Classic conditions

Randy Bailey’s last race didn’t have ideal weather, but that failed to dull the en­thusiasm of about 60 dedicated paddlers who competed in the 44th annual Cameron County Canoe & Kayak Classic.  Brisk winds and near-freezing tempe More...

Youth fishing event today

This year’s Salt Run Youth Fishing Derby will be held at Andrews Farm from 8 to 3 on Saturday, April 14. Registration starts at 7 am. Children 12 and under can enjoy a free day of fishing and nature exploration. More...

Austin sales benefit fireworks display

Austin Pride Committee will hold a yard sale from 8 am to 3 pm at the Austin Firehall Saturday (today) and hot dog/ bake sale in Perry’s parking lot starting at 10 am. More...