June 17, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Deadline Sunday For Youth Field Days

The Cameron County Youth Field Day will be held on Saturday, June 24 at the Bucktail Rod and Gun Club. More...

Fish & Boat Commision Clarifies

clarifications.  The Commission proposes increasing the snake hunter More...

She's still going! Gladys Miller donated her 25th gallon More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

I was 10. It was a beautiful summer day and, as usual, I was outside swinging a baseball bat. More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Honor Thy Father

Sunday will be a day on which people of many countries pay tribute to their fathers. More...

Editor's Thinking 'Skewed'

(Editor's Note: The following letter is a reaction to my letter More...

Outdoors

In Pursuit Of Wild Trout

Northcentral Pennsylvania is blessed with many miles of small mountain streams harboring populations of wild trout. June is the best time of year to pursue these trout. More...

Sports

Legion Team Blanks Galeton

The season got off on the right foot for the Legion team Wednesday evening with a 5 inning victory over visiting Galeton 16-0. More...

'Fathers' Topic Of Park Program

The following programs will be offered this week at Sinnemahoning State Park. More...

No Real Estate Tax Increase

Adminstrators Get 3.1 Percent Pay Increase

Members of the Cameron County School District's Board of Directors Thursday evening passed a budget that held the line on county real estate taxes. More...

AST To Be Awarded For Part

On June 20 in San Diego, California, Mark Saline, General Manager of American Sintered Technologies, (AST), will receive an award from the Metal Powered Industries Federation. More...

Solveson Awaits Call From 'Bigs'

Emporium's Saul Solveson, a righthanded pitcher, is back at work as a member of the Somerset (N.J.) Patriots of professional baseball's Atlantic League this season. More...

Late May and early June brings the arrival of whitetail More...

News

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

90 It was 90 years ago this month that one the Driftwood High School closed its doors for good due to declining enrollment. That year (1916), the town's newspaper, the Driftwood Gazette, also bit the dust after a run of more than four decades. More...

State Police Report

State police at Denton Hill have charged four more area residents with burglary and related counts, as well as possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. More...

Community Life

New Arrivals

Clint Joseph Fowler and Veronica Lynn Owens are parents of a son born June 8, 2006 at Charles Cole memorial Hospital. More...

The family of George Grasser would like to thank everyone for their kindness in respect of George we will miss him tremendously. More...

The Class of 1956 met for its 50th reunion recently at the Emporium Country More...

Obituaries

Marlene Carnovale

Marlene G. Carnovale, 78, of 317 Oak Street, Emporium died Sunday, (June 11, 2006), at the Elk Regional Health Center, St. Marys, following a long illness. More...

Shirley D. Card

Shirley D. Card of Muskegon Michigan, formerly of Emporium, died June 12, 2006 at Mercy General Health Partners, Muskegon General Hospital, after a lengthy illness. More...

Mary K. Wheeler

Mary K. Wheeler, 57, of 328 South Ave., Bradford, died Friday, (June 9, 2006) at her residence. More...