July 14, 2018 RSS feed / News

When potato farming was king

In an era when local potato farming has been on the decline, Carl Long has stayed with the crop. He sells the bulk of his spuds for production of potato chips under the Utz Quality Foods brand.  More...

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Students from across the area who are entering grades 3-6 in the upcoming school year converged at Austin Area School this week for a summer camp in Austin that focused on science, technology, engineering and mathemat­ics while emphasizing practical More...

Drug raid again reveals 'meth'

A traffic stop late last month led to the arrest of two Emporium residents on multiple drug charges.  Donald A. More...

NUMBERS IN THE NEWS

35—  What state is this?   More...

Facelift at Eulalia Cemetery

Coudersport’s Eulalia Cemetery has been un­dergoing a facelift this summer, thanks to the generosity of donors and the dedicated service of its volunteer directors.  A new sign was recently mounted at the cemetery entrance off Rt. More...

New ministry for Pifers

Two familiar Cameron County faces, Rock and Sherri Pifer, received the designation of conference evangelists at this year’s Keystone Conference of the Free Methodist Church. More...

Help buying fresh food for seniors

Potter County Area Agency on Aging will be distribut­ing Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks for eligible Potter County senior citizens. More...

Big challenges for dairy farmers

County dairy farm­ers are facing stiff challenges to remain in business and there are no easy solutions. But conditions do change over time. That’s the cur­rent assessment from Nicole Carutis, agronomy educator with Penn State Extension. More...

Two decades serving veterans

Another successful open house was held at the LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve in Potter County’s scenic Oswayo River valley.  More...

Potter County adds two AED devices

Potter County will add two more defibrillators to county buildings, in response to a recommendation by its emer­gency management team.  At last week’s meeting, Commissioners Susan Kefo­ver, Doug Morley and Paul Heimel agreed to buy the aut More...

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Domestic violence awareness   Roulette Township’s seventh annual Domestic Violence Awareness Weekend continues through Sunday, July 15.  More...

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Downtown Emporium was a busy place last Saturday during the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Weekend in the Wilds. It has become a popular Independence Day tradition, promoting a sense of community and stimulating the local economy. More...

Man cited after Route 120 crash

A downstate motorist has been cited for improper entrance or crossing roadway following a two-vehicle collision Sunday morning.  State police at Emporium reported that Thomas Jones of Sharon pulled his onto Rt. More...

Engine, implement show

Plans are in place for the 40th annual Engine and Implement Show, to be held July 27-29 at the grounds along Rt. More...