June 10, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Annual 'Derby' Draws Over 300

The 52 Annual Drum and Henry Kids Fishing Derby was held last Sunday at the Bucktail Rod and Gun Club in Sizer Run. More...

'Moving Wall' Passes Through Area

"Healing" was the adjective that seemed most fitting as a powerful symbol of the controversial Vietnam War rolled into McKean County for a five-day stay. More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

Funny that the old timer next to me talks this week about Memorial Day. More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Memorial Day has come and gone and Emporium and Cameron County did its justice. More...

I want to thank the surrounding area for all there help and support in putting together teams to help look for the 7 month old Doberman (Harley). More...

Outdoors

Antler Growth Controlled By Hormones

Although some individuals have been noting a lack of deer this spring, my experiences have been to the contrary. Early on in the spring I was seeing few deer. More...

Austin's Chris Johnson caught this 17.5-inch brown More...

Dam Tour, Eagle Watch Sunday

A Pontoon Boat Excursion is planned Sunday (June 11) at Sinnemahoning State Park. More...

Obituaries

George Grasser

George H. Grasser, 72, of 235 Tannery Heights, died Sunday (June 4, 2006) in Elk Regional Health Center, St. Marys. More...

Donald Walker

Donald J. Walker, 65, of 310 Braun Road, St. Marys, died Friday evening (June 2, 2006) at Elk Regional Health Center. More...

Rain didn't stop people from bringing their motorcycles, bicycles and even a More...

Borough Council Considering Lifting Ban On Outdoor Furnaces

Emporium Borough officials may lift the ban on outdoor furnaces and find some other way to regulate the units. More...

'Wireless 911' Closer To Reality

A state grant of almost $670,000 will cover new equipment allowing emergency dispatchers to better respond to 911 calls from mobile phones in Cameron and Elk counties. More...

Red Cross Faces Financial Woes

The American Red Cross chapter serving Cameron and Elk counties is facing financial challenges. More...

News

Club Plans Youth Field Day

The Bucktail Rod and Gun Club will again this year hold the Cameron County Youth Field Day on Saturday, June 2. More...

Auction Set At Driftwood Center

An Auction will be held at the Driftwood Senior Center on Saturday, June 24, beginning at 1 p.m. More...

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

30 Pennsylvania is selling about 30 percent fewer hunting licenses than it did in the early 1980s, when license sales peaked at just over one million. More...

Community Life

To Attend Pitt At Greensburg

Constance Jean Long, of Emporium, has been accepted as a member of the 2006 freshman class at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. More...

THANK YOU

I don't even know what words I could say to thank everyone for all they did during the loss of our dad, David L. Reed, Sr. The cards, phone calls, flowers, food, thoughts, prayers and the donation of money overwhelmed me with emotion. More...

The following students had their names drawn from the Good Bin in a special More...

Sports

Local Paddlers Place In Canoe Race

The 44th annual General Clinton 70 Mile Canoe race More...

Raiders Bow From Baseball Playoffs

If you told head coach Dick Harrier that they would hold Canevin to one hit through five innings he would have felt pretty good about the Raiders chances of winning their opening round game of the PIAA playoffs. More...