February 4, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

BLACK & GOLD—

Talk about showing your colors! If you More...

Viewpoints

Publisher’s Point Of View

The hour is late and I ought to focus on finishing the work in the pages ahead, rather than thinking through the reasons I More...

Endeavor Mail

SBI Overdue (Editor More...

Community Life

In the right photo, Erin Gavlock, left, and Krystal McLaughlin show off the wire sculptures they made and displayed at last Monday More...

To our relatives, friends, neighbors for their prayers, cards, money gifts, which was really appreciated, special thanks go to Henry, Jill, Ward and Justin for what they do. More...

Parade Of Stars Set February 18

Parade of Stars, 2006, lists performers on stage, Saturday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. More...

Obituaries

Rev. Robert Merten

The Rev. Robert B. Merten, 69, of Coudersport, died Sunday (Jan. 29, 2006) in his home of apparent heart failure. More...

Frank Zito

Frank Jerome Zito, 55, of San Jose, CA, died Friday (Jan. 27, 2006) at Stanford Hospital, Stanford, CA following a lengthy illness. More...

James R. Bosnik

James R. Bosnik, 83, of East Fourth Street, died Friday (Jan. 27, 2005) in Elk Regional Health Center, St. Marys. More...

PA Exhibit Still Staple Of Students’ Education

For nearly 20 years, fourth grade students at Woodland Elementary School have been learning about their home state by participating in the Pennsylvania Exhibit. The 2006 edition of the exhibit was held last Thursday at the school. More...

Adelphia Sale Approved

There will likely be no more Adelphia by the end of June. More...

County Snake Hunt A ‘Go’ In 2006 , But Future’s Uncertain

New laws proposed to save many species of snakes, lizards, frogs and turtles from extinction could cause the demise of the popular rattlesnake hunts held each summer in Sinnemahoning and Cross Fork. More...

News

Seat Checks

The Pennsylvania State Police will sponsor a child safety seat check point on Feb. 17. More...

Job Corps Program Set

Job Corps is a free residential education program that each year helps almost 70,000 students between the ages of 16-24 gain the experience they need to get a better job. More...

LICC To Meet

The Local Interagency Coordinating Council Council Meeting, a group of parents and professionals that meet regularly to review early intervention services in Cameron-Elk counties, will meet at Memorial hall on Feb. 15 at 1:30 p.m. More...

Outdoors

CWD Causing Agents Found To Reside In Deer Meat

To prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD) into Pennsylvania More...

Biologists: Feeding Deer More Harm Than Good

Although it seems that winter has been vacationing in Europe for the last month, there are still nearly eight weeks of winter that remain on the calendar, only to be followed by the first days of spring which usually seem to be an extension of winter More...

Wildfire Training Being Offered

The Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department will sponsor a More...

Sports

Lady Raiders Hang Tough Against Port A.

The upset-minded Cameron County girls put a scare into one of the Northern Tier League heavyweights Tuesday, but fell victim to defensive pressure and ended up on the short end of a 39-21 score at Port Allegany. More...

Bowling Center Leagues Scores, Standings

McAulay (544), Shane Washburn (572), Jerry McDivitt (552). More...

Wrestlers To Host Ridgway

Cameron County More...