March 18, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Mobile 911 Call Plan Will Help Responders Find Cellular Callers

Area emergency personnel will be able to respond more quickly to calls from cellphones through a "Wireless 911" plan being prepared locally. More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

Two weeks in Florida did turn out to be the remedy for a lot of what had been ailing me over the past several months. More...

Endeavor Mail

%27Miracle Subscription%27 Dear Editor: (Ed. Note: Dottie is a personal friend of the editor%27s. I am certain she%27ll want to kill me for running this, but it was just too rich to keep to myself). More...

Enjoyed Vietnam Story

Editor: My name is William Peterson. I am a WWII veteran having served aboard the U.S.S Dennis DE. 405 in the Pacific Theater. More...

Outdoors

Food Plot Basics

One of the fastest growing activities among deer hunters and managers is the planting of food plots to provide whitetail deer with high quality forage to supplement their natural diets. More...

PGC: Record Black Bear Taken This Year In PA

At more than 700 pounds, it moved across the leaf litter of a regenerating mountaintop clearcut as quiet as a rabbit running across a lawn. The huge black bear had been stirred by one of three brothers working the Chestnut Ridge for bears. More...

Hunters Can Apply For 2nd Gobbler Tag

Pennsylvania hunters interested in applying for a second spring gobbler tag have until April 1. Fees for the special license are $21 for residents and $41 for nonresidents. More...

Obituaries

Patricia Olivett

Patricia Olivett of Olean, died Saturday, March 11, 2006, in the Cleveland Clinic following a brief illness. More...

Emma LaBrozzi

Emma LaBrozzi, 81, Formerly of Prospect Park, died Monday, (March 13, 2006) in Family Hospice Manor, Pittsburgh, following a lengthly illness. More...

Norbert Muhitch

Norbert E. Muhitch, 87, of 472 Sizerville Road, died Monday, (March 13, 2006) in Elk Regional Health Center, St. Marys, following a short illness. More...

The winter months have been mild from one perspective, but wild from another. Cameron County has had electrical storms, complete with clapping thunder in each of its last four months. More...

Identity Theft Hits Close To Home; Threat Is Real

Robbers these days don%27t need a handgun, a mask or a getaway car. More...

News

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

64,000 An Elk County native is trying to re-establish a Civil Air Patrol unit in the area. There are currently 64,000 CAP members nationwide. More...

Area News Briefs

Fatal truck crash CERES TWP. -A Shinglehouse man died in a one-vehicle crash Sunday night at the intersection of Route 44 and Bell Run Road in Ceres Township, McKean County. More...

Emporium State Police Report

State police stationed in Emporium report the following incidents. More...

Community Life

Ladies Night Out Planned

The 5th Annual Ladies Night Out is scheduled for April 6, 2006 at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church Parish Hall. More...

Baby Boy Breydan Ranous Born

Breydan William Ranous is the 7 month old son of James and Angela Ranous of Malta, New York. More...

Mark and Mary (Grimone) McLean were married on March 18, 1946. They have five children: Linda, Bob (Bunny), Susie and Rick in Emporium and John in Colorado; 12 grandchildren; and six great grandchildren. More...

Sports

Mountain View Bowling Leagues

Monday Mens Merchant Standings: Pesces 52-28, L&M Lumber 42-38, Mountain View 35-45, Cabin Kitchen 3149. More...

McLean At It Again For UPB

Cameron County High School graduate Brittany McLean has picked up where she left off last season, using her potent bat and solid glove work to help the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Panthers to early success in women%27s softball. More...

3 On 3 Basketball Tourney April 1 At CCSD Gyms

The Cameron County 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament will be held April 1, 2006 at the Cameron County High School and Woodland Elementary gyms. More...