February 25, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Housler, Aikens Head EVFD Leadership

Several volunteer firefighters were recognized for their service to the Emporium Volunteer Fire Department during last Saturday More...

Viewpoints

Publisher’s Point Of View

A few springs ago, dad and I were working on the patio stones between our houses. More...

Holier Than Thou? (This letter was received in our email inbox. It was sent from by a reader of the Cameron County Endeavor online). More...

Community Life

Pictured left to right are Nicole Zeder, Brenda Glosek, Karen Leithner and Rob Aversa, who had the program during the Feb. 14 meeting of the Emporium Rotary Club. His guest speakers are all on staff at the Ridgway Home Care and Hospice. More...

Adult Education Class Offered

The Seneca Highlands Intermediate Unit Nine in Smethport is starting an evening Adult Education class. More...

Woodland Elementary School students put on their choral and band concerts last week. Our new little photographer snapped this photo. She is Katelyn Basgall. If you see her, tell her to keep up the good work! More...

Sports

Raiders Lose Non-League Game To J-Burg

Cameron County boys made final curtain call to close out the 2005-06 varsity basketball season last Friday night (Feb. 17), losing 56-46 to a playoffbound Johnsonburg team in a non-league game. More...

Head boys More...

Mountain View Bowling League Results

Monday Mens Merchant Results from February 13 follow. More...

Residents Urge Causer To Battle For Rural Programs

When State Assemblyman Martin Causer came to Emporium last week as part of an outreach effort to spread the word about the governor More...

Board Members Discuss Chinese

Directors of the Cameron County Area School District have reaffirmed their commitment to offering German as part of the school More...

News

St. Mark’s Being Considered As Potential Day Care Site

There is initiative in Cameron County to open a public, licensed Child Day Care Center. A survey is being conducted throughout Cameron County to assess the needs for a public, licensed, child day care center. More...

Endeavor’s Neat Numbers

200 The oddly named Shinglehouse Borough observes its bicentennial this year, with a long celebration planned June 29 through July 1. The parade on July 1 will highlight the celebration. More...

Emporium Volunteer Fire Department More...

Outdoors

Fish & Boat Commission Proposes Youth Fish License

By now most sportsmen have heard of the Fish Commission More...

Spring must be getting close. Large flocks of turkeys are showing up in fields and the gobblers are starting to talk. Clinton Weekley took this photo behind the old state police barracks Wednesday. More...

Conference Planned For Forest Landowners

The Sinnemahoning Sportsmen More...

Obituaries

Delva S. Freedline

Delva S. Freedline, 77, of Dagus Mines Road, formerly of Emporium, died Monday (Feb. 20, 2006) in Elk Haven Nursing Home, St. Marys. More...

Edith Blauvelt

Edith (Irene) Blauvelt, 87, of Coudersport died Tuesday (Feb. 21, 2006) at the home of her daughter, Teresa Genaux, in Emporium after a short illness. More...

Timothy Austin

Timothy W. Austin, 43, of 158 Sizerville Road, Emporium died Thursday (Feb. 16, 2006) at Elk Regional Medical Center, St. Marys from injuries sustained in a fire. More...