March 25, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

'Palace' Owner Takes First In Pizza Toss

There%27s more to making pizzas than meets the eye. More...

Viewpoints

Endeavor Mail

%27 P e t e r s o n Deserves Medal%27 Dear Editor: More...

Guest Editorial

Voters Should Decide On School Taxes

Voters should vote on school tax increases (By Matthew J. Brouillette, president of the Commonwealth Foundation, a Harrisburg-based public policy research and educational institute.) More...

Community Life

Endless Mountains Chapter 34 of ABATE held its meat raffle on March 11. Winner of the $100 gift certificate was Barb Clingan, pictured here at right. A $25 gift certificate was won by Vince Hornung. More...

Caldwell Named To Dean's List At Rochester Institute

Philip A. Caldwell, of Rich Valley Road, Emporium, has been named to the Dean%27s List for the Winter quarter at Rochester (NY) Institute of Technology. A first-year student in RIT%27s B. More...

Four Generations-

Ruth Schooner (seated), Frances Flynn (standing, right), Christina Banks (standing, left) and children Harold Bailey (with Christina), Kathrine Bailey (with Frances), Timothy Banks (with Ruth) and Natasha Banks depict four generations. More...

Another Roadblock Hurdled

Emporium Borough Council Agrees To Vacate Alley For Rite Aid Development

Another roadblock was cleared for the construction of a Rite Aid pharmacy and retail store on property owned by Jack Solveson that was the former site of Jubilee Foods in Emporium. More...

They Say It's 'Cool' To Serve Alongside Your Soldier Sibling

The thought of having one%27s brother or sister serve alongside you while performing your duties as a soldier can be described with just one word - Cool. More...

The Rev. Dwight Simpson (with plaque) and his wife Anna Marie were recently recognized for 15 years of service to the local chapter of the Salvation Army. Through that time they have served as the chairpersons of the Kettle Drive. More...

News

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

49.8 Despite the push for cleaner energy production, the U.S. still derives 49.8 percent of its electricity from coal. Nuclear power is second at 19.9 percent, followed by natural gas (17.9), hydroelectric and petroleum (9.5) and "other" (2.9). More...

News Briefs From Around The Area

Jail inmate dies COUDERSPORT - Coudersport Borough Police and Potter County Coroner Kevin Dusenbury are continuing their investigation into the death of a Potter County Jail inmate over the weekend. More...

Rescue units responded to this one-vehicle accident just east of Emporium on Route 120. Police said James Hornung of West Fourth Street, Emporium, lost control of this 2005 Chrysler 300 as he traveled west toward Emporium Borough. More...

Outdoors

Food Plot Basics II

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...

Sports

Results, Standings From Mountain View Lanes

Monday Mens Merchant Standings: Pesces 54-34, L&M Lumber 48-40, Cabin Kitchen 37-51, Mountain View 37-51. More...

Obituaries

Donald Pearsall

Donald Eugene Pearsall, 45, of Curvensville, died March 5, 2006 at the Clearfield Hospital. More...

George English

George A. English, 89, of Lake Wylie, South Carolina, formerly of 123 West Fourth Street, Emporium, died Wednesday (March 15, 2006) at Gaston Memorial Hospital, after a brief illness. More...

Gerald Clancy

Gerald F. Clancy, 87, of Ripple Drive, Austin, died Friday, (March 17, 2006) at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport. More...