May 6, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Vail Speaks At Veterans Dinner

The Salute To Vietnam Veterans Dinner last Saturday night brought to an end Freedom Week, a week long tribute to Cameron County's Veterans. More...

Dynda Real Estate officially changed hands earlier this week when name changed over to Good Real Estate. More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

About a year ago when gas prices first started getting totally out of control, I remember sitting at Kwik Fill on a steamy July day. Gas was at $2.79 a gallon, I believe, and prices had already peaked at $3plus per gallon. More...

Guest Editorial

Lest We Forget

May is here and it is the month that brings us May flowers. The April showers that prevalent in past weeks are the catalyst for this colorful season. Some flowers have jumped the gun and are showing off their blooms already. More...

Community Life

PTO Honoring Teachers

Teacher Appreciation Week is May 8-12, 2006. As a token of our appreciation to the teachers of Woodland Elementary School, the Woodland Parent Teacher Organization has purchased books to be placed in the Woodland Library in their honor. More...

Students at the Woodland Elementary School recently had their names drawn from the "Good Bin" for the month of April. Those students include back row, More...

THANK Y OU

The Cameron County Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the following businesses for their contributions to the Administration Professionals/ Secretaries Day Luncheon. More...

Sports

Red Hot Raiders Win Two More

Northern Potter was no match for the red hot Raider baseball team as they traveled to Ulysses Wednesday evening to take on the Panthers. With a 16-2 victory the Raiders have now won seven straight and are firing on all cylinders. More...

Eighth Annual Red Cross Charity Golf Classic Planned

The 8th Annual Red Cross Charity Golf Classic is planned Thursday, June 29 at Bavarian Hills Golf Course in St. Marys. More...

Women's Softball Meeting Planned

There will be an organizational meeting for the Emporium Women's Softball League on Wednesday, May 10. More...

Agency Resisting Proposed 'In Lieu Of' Taxes Changes

One agency is trying to throw a monkey wrench into the plan to triple the state's "in lieu of taxes" payments. More...

Federal Grant Boosts Local Health Services

The Emporium-based Keystone Rural Health Consortia has qualified for another injection of federal funds to support health care services across a five-county area. A U.S. Dept. More...

Emporium Volunteer firefighters responded to the scene of this structure fire Thursday afternoon at 240 Arch Drive in Prospect Park. A fire started in a closet of the rental unit, destroying much of one side of the building. More...

Elk Management Changes Include Range Expansion

Changes are coming in the state's management of the elk herd. There are upwards of 700 elk in Pennsylvania, with the heaviest concentrations in southern Cameron County and the aptly named Elk County. More...

News

Endless mountains #34 ABATE of PA would like to welcome the Cabin Kitchen in Emporium, as a gold card supporter. More...

Program Chairperson Dave Guloien had Dana Crisp as his guest speaker during the April 25 meeting of the Emporium Rotary Club. Dana is the Assistant Regional Manager of State Park Region 1 and Team Leader for the Pennsylvania Wild Recreation Team. More...

Children's Fair June 9

The Family Center in partnership with the Cameron County Collaborative Board will be sponsoring the annual Cameron County Children's Fair on Friday, June 9, from noon to 3 p.m. at the Emporium Firehall. More...

Outdoors

A Weekend Of Close Encounters

My first close encounter of the weekend occurred Friday afternoon as I traveled to camp for the opening day of spring gobbler season. More...

PGC Releases Deer Harvest Numbers

Pennsylvania Game Commission officials today announced that the total deer harvest estimate for 2005-06 seasons is 354,390, down from the previous year's harvest estimate of 409,320. More...

Obituaries

Eleanor Kolivoski

Eleanor A. Kolivoski, 88, formerly of Bradford, died Friday (April, 2006) at Meadowbrook Nursing Home, Tucker, GA. More...