March 11, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Seven Streets To Get facelifts This Spring

Emporium Borough Council firmed up plans for an aggressive repaving project in the coming weeks on several side streets. More...

Viewpoints

Tobacco lobby hides behind smokescreen

Guest Editorial

(By Gregory Bradley, local government liaison for the Americans for Nonsmokers%27 Rights of Berkeley, Calif. Bradley%27s organization helps local governments obtain the resources they need to protect their citizens from secondhand smoke.) More...

Community Life

High School Honor Roll Announced

Mr. Myron "Mac" Crumrine, Principal at Cameron County High School, has announced that the following students in grades seven through 12 have been named to the second quarter honor roll. Highest honors is 93 percent and above in all subjects. More...

Children's Support Group To Meet

The Community Nurses, Inc. Flutterbye Kids, a bereavement support group for children who have had a loved one die, will be meeting on Saturday, March 18 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. More...

Headstart Taking Applications

Northern Tier Community Action Corporation Emporium Headstart is taking applications for the 2006-07 school year. More...

Sports

Wrestlers Stopped At Hershey Doorstep

None of the three Cameron County High School wrestlers who made it to last weekend%27s PIAA Northwest Regionals were able to qualify for the coveted trip to Hershey. More...

Mountain View Bowling League Results, Standings

Monday Mens Merchant Results fromFeb. 27 follow. Standings: Pesces 48-24, L&M Lumber 40-32, Mountain View 29-43, Cabin Kitchen 2745. More...

Haynes Named To 'Big 30'

Cameron County High School senior Chris Haynes has been selected to play in the 33rd annual Don Raabe Big 30 Charities Classic, a football game to be held Saturday night, Aug. 5, Parkway Field in Bradford. More...

Lack of Snow, Rain Threatening Canoe Classic

Without question, Cameron County%27s premiere spring event is the annual Cameron County Canoe & Kayak Classic, which draws paddlers and spectators from surrounding states and even Canada. More...

Emporium Connection to Pluto Mission

It is a small world, after all. In fact, it%27s a small universe. Why, there%27s even an Emporium connection to the distant planet Pluto! More...

News

Police Warn About Scams In Their Name

State Police Commissioner Jeffrey B. Miller earlier this week reminded Pennsylvania residents that the State Police do not participate in the soliciting of funds. More...

Emporium Volunteer firefighters responded to a truck fire in the parking lot at Sheetz in downtown Emporium Sunday. A GMC pickup owned by Denny Cressley caught fire in the engine compartment area. More...

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

2.1 Ever wonder why you have trouble getting things done on the job? A study by the New York research team Basex found that office distractions eat up 2.1 hours a day for the average worker. More...

Outdoors

Programs, Landowners Make Room For Public Hunting

One of the largest factors adversely affecting hunters in the United States is the loss of land open to hunting. More...

Obituaries

Allen Keniston

Allen Roderick "Rod" Keniston, 78, of Howard Siding, died Monday (Feb. 27, 2006) at his residence, following a lengthy illness. More...

Lee Peno

Lee E. Peno, 76, of Sinnemahoning, died Wednesday (March 8, 2006) in the emergency room at Elk Regional Health Center, St. Marys. More...

Dorothy Selfridge

Dorothy Grace Selfridge, 88, of Emporium, formerly of Osceola Mills, died Thursday (March 2, 2006) at the Guy and Mary Felt Manor. More...