April 15, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Austin Dam Event Will Celebrate Site's Present, Future

The public is invited to a program Wednesday, (April 19) that will include a barbecue, storytelling and live music to celebrate work by Pennsylvania Conservation Corps (PCC) employees at the Austin Dam site. More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

I was able to breath Tuesday evening, if only for a an hour or so, but there were discernible moments of true comfort and relief. More...

Guest Editorial

Even These Gas Prices Didn't Deter The Drive

Many Americans have a love affair with their Automobile and even with the price of gas at an all time high, they still like to take that cruise. More...

Letters to the Editor

'911 A Step Backwards?' I have had the unfortunate opportunity to call 911 twice within the past several weeks; first to report a truck that was on fire at the gas pumps in Sheetz parking lot; and the second time for a young man that was having a s More...

Outdoors

Opening Day Traditions

When I was younger I used to open up trout season by fishing for stocked brook trout on Brooks Run. My father always took my sisters and I there. More...

Three Arrested In 'Deer Slaughtering' Case

It's over. But the shock waves it has created in Perry County will reverberate through the county's rural communities for some time to come. More...

What Fishing Will Cost You In PA

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Sports

Cameron Clingan KOs Port Allegany With 14 Strikeouts

The Cameron County Red Raider Baseball team rebounded from a poor performance in Oswayo Valley with a win at Port Allegany earlier this week. More...

3-on3 Big Success

The Red Raider Boy's Hoop Club held a 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament April 1 at the Cameron County High School and Woodland Elementary Gyms. More...

Mountain View Bowling League Results

Monday Mens Merchant Standings: L&M Lumber 69-43, Pesces 64-48, Cabin Kitchen 47-65, Mountain View 44-68. More...

Trout Opener Today

Anglers who make Cameron County waters the target of their opening day fishing efforts, should find a great deal of success. More...

Emporium Borough Protesting Water Company Rate Hike

If Approved, Increase Would Be The First Since 2001

A requested rate increase by the area's largest water supplier has prompted members of the Emporium Borough Council to file a complaint with the Public Utility Commission (PUC). More...

Man Killed In Motorcycle Accident

A Ulysses man, 20-year-old Ryan V. Snay, died Monday after the motorcycle he was driving crossed the center line of Rt. 872 on Cowley Hill Road and crashed head-on into the car of a local family. More...

The Cameron County Canoe and Kayak Classic went off without a hitch last Saturday. Paddlers from several states cruised the 10-mile course that starts at the Emporium Country Club and ends in the Borough of Driftwood. More...

News

New Twists In April 26 'Secretaries Luncheon'

The Cameron County Chamber of Commerce invites you and your staff to attend More...

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

91 The violent windstorm that swept through the region in July 2003 took a huge toll on black cherry stands. More...

Adelphia Working To Transfer Assets

Adelphia has stepped in to try to settle a multi-billion dollar dispute between parties who were burned by the company's bankruptcy nearly four years ago. More...

Community Life

Susan McLean and Thomas Gribble were married in a double ring ceremony held at the First Baptist Church on April 18, 1981. Performing the wedding was the former Pastor Thomas Grisham, now of Kane, Pa. More...

The Cameron County Chamber of Commerce and Canoe and Kayak Classic Committee would like to thank the following businesses for helping to make the "Welcome to Cameron County Bags" a big hit with the paddlers at this year's race: More...

Son Born To Mindy Bickford

A son was born April 8, 2006 at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital to Mindy L. Bickford of Smethport. The baby weighed seven pounds, 1.8 ounces and has been named Matthew Dakota Bickford. More...

Obituaries

Virginia Saltsman

Virginia K. (Jean) Saltsman, 63 of 54 Hammondsport, N.Y. died Thursday (April 6, 2006) at the home of her daughter. More...

Vivian Crumrine

Vivian V. Crumrine, 80, formerly of Austin, died Sunday (April 9, 2006) at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh. More...

Max Patterson Jr.

Word has been received that Max A. Patterson Jr. died Jan. 12, 2006. More...