April 22, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Huge Cut In 'Doe' Licenses

Sportsman who hunt here will be glad to hear that deer populations will have a chance to rebound in and around Cameron County over the next 18 months, as a result of action taken by the Pa. Game Commission this week. More...

Cancer Society Signature Event May 15 & 16

The Amreican Cancer Society's (ACS) signature event will take place in Cameron County on May 15 and May 16 at the Cameron County High School track. More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

for 36 years, it makes total sense to me that he is a natural fit for sports writing. Here's to hoping he keeps getting deeper into it. More...

Kids Fishing At Salt Run True Gift

Last Saturday, April 15, dawned clear, cool and presented us with the promise of a beautiful day. More...

Letters to the Editor

'Workers Memorial Day' The Clearfield, Elk, Cameron, and Jefferson Central Labor Council will be observing April 28, 2006 as Worker's Memorial Day. More...

Outdoors

Changes To Hunting Seasons

The Pennsylvania Game Commission Board of Directors held their quarterly meeting this past week to set next year's hunting seasons and bag limits. There were several noteworthy changes to next year's seasons passed during the meeting. More...

Sports

Red Raider Baseball Team Beats Up On O-E, Smethport

The Red Raider Baseball team picked up two more wins this week with a thumping of Otto-Eldred 18-1, and a shutout of Smethport 10-0. More...

Allegheny Mtn. Raceway and Kane NAPA Auto & Truck Parts held the 5th annual stock car show at the Kane NAPA Plaza on Fraley St. in Kane last weekend. More...

Raider Wrestlers Earn Post-Season All-Star Honors

Cameron County High School senior Paul Baker has already written his name in the BAGUBAS history book, but now he has added another honor achieved by just seven other wrestlers at CCHS. More...

Paper Ballots Thing Of Past

Voters Will Cast Ballot Choices On New Voting Machines

Paper ballots will be almost non-existent when Cameron County residents make the switch to electronic voting machines in the May 16 primary election. More...

PGC Announces New Deer Management Measures

Facing political pressure from all sides, and growing disenchantment from unsuccessful hunters, the Pa. Game Commission is seeking "middle ground" in its management of the state's deer herd. More...

'Cross Walk' Shortened, But Goes On Thru Rain

Rain detoured Emporium's third annual Cross Walk on Good Friday, but participants were undeterred in their mission to draw public attention to the Crucifixion. More...

News

Blood Drive A Success: Over 50 Units Collected

The April 13, 2006 blood drive was a complete success, according to the volunteers at the local blood drive. There were 54 units of blood collected, exceeding the quota of 44 units. More...

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

145 Cameron County has a very important connection to the Civil War Bucktail Reenactment Celebration on Saturday (April 22) in Smethport, marking the 145th anniversary of that historic regiment's foundation. More...

Area News Briefs

Fire ruled arson JOHNSONBURG - The fire that heavily damaged a downtown Johnsonburg home Saturday night was intentionally set, according to the Pa. State Police Fire Marshal's Office. More...

Community Life

A Big Thank You

The Easter Egg hunt Committee would like to Thank all the Organization that helped make this year's hunt for the children of the community a success. More...

Rotary Program Chairperson Steve Straub (left), had as his guest speaker, Mary Lee Uber, a local woman who has started an autism support group. Her utlimate goal is to become an official Charter of the Autism Society. More...

Cameron County Historical Society's annual dinner, which was held on Wednesday, took those in attendance back to the 1800s, thanks to a Civil War program, put on my Erwin Murray. More...

Obituaries

Blair E. Rickard

Word has been received that Blair E. Rickard, 87, a long time lover of the mountains and valleys of Cameron County, died (Jan. 28, 2006) at the Altoona Regional Health System, Altoona Hospital Campus. More...

Maureen McCarty

Maureen "Reenie" Mullin McCarty, 67, of Turtlepoint, Pa., died Thursday, (April 13, 2006) in her home surrounded by her loving family. More...