July 29, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Sectional Champs!

The Cameron County 15-16 year old Senior Little League team advanced to the State Tournament for the first time ever with a win over Franklin Tuesday evening at the Cameron County Little League Complex. More...

Viewpoints

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Summer time and the living is easy, the fish are jumping and the corn is high. Summer time and there is a multitude of things that we can do. More...

A Young Man's Art

(Editor's note: Alex William Davis, News Assistant at the More...

To The Editor

'Vitamin C: A Cure For Cancer?' Dr. Mark Levine, a harvardeducated physician at the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, believes that intravenous feeding of Vitamin C can cure many cancers. More...

Outdoors

A Tale Of Two Streams

In a way it was your quintessential Pennsylvania native brook trout stream. The stream had a nice gradient. Large boulders provided plenty of good trout habitat. Hemlock, yellow birch, and rhododendron comprised the majority of the streamside trees. More...

Park Plans 'Four Seasons In God's Country Program

A special program is planned at Sinnemahoning State Park today (Saturday, July 29) at 8:30 p.m. More...

Endeavor Sales Manager Heather Bauer caught this little guy with a mouth full of moth last week. This More...

Lawsuits Likely

NYC Enviornmental Law Firm Coming To Emporium Thursday To Consult 'Affect Parties'

While the public, and particularly those people who have been directly affected by the affects of a toxic spill here that destroyed seven miles of one of the county's most treasured mountain streams, has been waiting for answers as to what price the More...

Greets Governor

It's not often a 21-yearold man gets to greet the governor of More...

District Attorneys Assess Wreck Site, Begin Mulling Legal Options

After conferring with his McKean County counter part, Cameron County District Attorney Tom Tompkins earlier this week announced that the top law enforcement offices of the two counties have begun a criminal investigation of the train crash and result More...

News

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

46 Northcentral Pennsylvania registered the lowest temperature in the continental United States this past Monday morning at 46 degrees. More...

County Men Arrested For Theft

Two Cameron County residents are facing criminal charges after an early morning incident last Friday at the UniMart in Emporium. More...

Area News Briefs

Fire damages business BRADFORD - A downtown Bradford business was damaged by fire early Monday morning. Investigators believe an electrical malfunction ignited the blaze at the former Lee Driver School on Kendall Avenue. More...

Community Life

Girls Planning 'Project Pink'Walk For Cancer

Three girls from the graduating class of 2006 from the Austin Area School are hosting a non-competitive walk to help raise awareness for Breast Cancer in our community. More...

Emporium Rotary Club program chairperson Shirley Condon (left) had Judy Baker, a contracts field More...

THANK YOU

The Cameron County Memorial would like to thank all of the people in the community, that donated to our tag day drive this month. More...

Obituaries

Hedwig Impress

Hedwig M. Impress, 91, formerly of East Fourth Street, died Monday (July 24, 2006) in Community General Osteopathic Hospital, Harrisburg, following an eight month stay at the home of her son, Gary Signor. More...

Earl Hockenberry

Earl B. Hockenberry, 87, Rich Valley Road, Emporium died on Sunday, July 23, 2006 at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport. More...