March 4, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Carving Fun Into Retirement

Wayne Kingsley has enjoyed whittling with a knife ever since he was a kid. More...

Viewpoints

Attacking Smokers Is big ‘Business’

Guest Editorial

(By Joseph L. Blast, president of The Heartland Institute. His organization describes its mission as More...

Endeavor Mail

A Closer Look At Doe Study As a Pennsylvania sportsman, you may have heard the doe mortality study reports. More...

Community Life

Emporium Rotary Club Program Chairperson, Robert Horning (right), had as his guest speaker, Woodland Elementary Principal Clyde Moate. Moate spoke with much pride of his staff and their willingness to train for new programs. More...

Students at Woodland Elementary School recently had their names drawn from the More...

Horning Graduates From Training

PV2 Keith D. Horning graduated from One Station Unit Training on Feb. 3, 2006 at the United States Army Engineer School in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. More...

Obituaries

Frances Hayden

She was born January 2, 1919, in Olean, New York, a daughter of Roland T. and Anna Koebelin Emery. More...

Edward Gardner

Edward A. Gardner, 84, died Tuesday (Feb. 21, 2006) in the Guy & Mary Felt Manor, Emporium, where he had been a resident for the past 10 years. More...

Frances Richner

Frances B. Richner, 84, of 12 1/2 East Fourth Street, Emporium, died Saturday (Feb. 25, 2006) at her residence after a brief illness. More...

A Sinnemahoning woman reamined in critical condition at Altoona Regional Health System Thursday, where she is being treated for injuries suffered in a one-vehicle crash Wednesday morning on Rt. 120, about five miles east of Emporium. More...

Second ‘Meth Summit’ Planned This Summer

Law enforcement authorities, counselors, educators and community leaders from Cameron, McKean, Clearfield, Elk and Jefferson counties will be pulled together sometime this summer for a second More...

State Senator Joe Scarnati (R-Brockway) was in Emporium last week to hand out ceremonial checks to the county More...

News

Endeavor’s Neat Numbers

23.7 Pa. State Police have been cracking down on illegal cigarette running across the New York border. More...

CCHS Competes

Cameron County Gifted/Enrichment students attended their first Mock Trial Friday, Feb. 10 at McKean County Courthouse. More...

Emporium volunteer firefighters were called to a wildfire last Saturday aftenoon. The fire, which was started by a downed electrical wire, charred property on Route 46 owned by William Harris. Firefighters were called to the scene at 12:48. More...

Outdoors

March Fishing Opportunities

The start of March signals the beginning of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission More...

Free Seedling Program Changes

The Cameron County Conservation District has been informed that the PA Game Commission is no longer able to provide free tree seedlings for distribution. More...

QIDC Holds Monthly Meeting

The Quehanna Industrial Development Corporation held its regular monthly meeting, Feb. 20 with 13 people in attendance. More...

Sports

Three Wrestlers Move On

One point, one move, one second, or one decision can make a world of difference in a high school wrestling match. Cameron County High School More...

Raider Junior High Teams Face Port A.

The Cameron County Jr. High basketball squads traveled to Port Allegany Feb. 24, to do battle with the always dangerous Gators. More...

Last Chance to March

Endless Mountains Chapter 34 A.B.A.T.E. of Pennsylvania will host the Hillbilly March Madness Games today (Saturday) at the Emporium VFW. More...