August 12, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

The George Lukaschunis home in Ensign Hollow suffered severe damage when an electrical fire ripped through the second story Wednesday. Veronica Lukaschunis and her two grandchildren escaped the blaze unhurt. More...

New Band Uniforms Arrive!

When Cameron County High School Band Marching Band and Band Front members arrived for Band Camp last week, they got a pleaseant surprise: their new unjiforms had arriuved. More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

It is late in the day and I am drinking bourbon straight up from a shot glass. I am not far along, so if I get through this quickly enough, I should be able to maintain coherency. More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

The other night as I sat on the back porch sipping a glass of iced tea, I was thinking about the things in my life that have disappeared forever. More...

To The Editor

'Wild Area Protection' Dear Editor: The Quehanna Wild Area located in parts of Cameron, Clearfield and Elk counties is the largest wild area in the eastern section of the United States. More...

Outdoors

The Science Behind The Fish Kill

As a result of the Norfolk Southern train crash and sodium hydroxide chemical spill in the Driftwood Branch watershed there was an enormous fish kill. More...

Sports

Emporium Alle-Catts One Win Away!

Emporium is riding a lateseason surge that has brought the team one win away from repeating as the Alle-Catt Amateur Baseball League champion. More...

Cameron County's Chris Haynes (top) and Dean Purcell each played an important role in the More...

DEP Derailment Data Arrives

Public Records Contain Scientific Data From Crash Site, Below

The Department of Environmental Protection's (DEP) report from its investigation into the train crash that resulted in a chemical spill here on June 30 has arrived at the Conservation District Office in Cameron County. More...

Official: Train Was Going 73 MPH

According to the union representing the engineer who was operating the train that crashed near the Cameron/ McKean County line, the train was traveling 73 miles per hour when it crashed into a hillside, spilling thousands of gallons of More...

Bucktail Reunion Today

The annual Bucktail Reunion continues through Sunday in Driftwood. More...

Neatly bundled blocks of scrap metal, the pile from which they are being made and More...

News

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

12 A dozen members of the Pa. Army National Guard's Detachment 1, Co. B, based in Kane, were honored during a recent recognition dinner in St. Marys. More...

Little Museum Work Completed

Keeping with the Historical Society's plan to bring the Museum up to a new standard of excellence, the group recently hired that famous painting team of local teachers to paint the Little Museum. More...

This photo was taken at the Rick Cool residents up More...

Community Life

The 13th annual Bennett Reunion of the descendants of Layton Brooks Bennett More...

Adult Day Services Trip

The Community Nurses Adult Day Services ventured out on their first day trip this month. More...

Baby Boy Born To Narbys

Patrick and Renee Zuback Narby are parents of a son born July 30, 2006 at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital. More...

Obituaries

Mary Benedict

Mary Patricia Benedict, 69, of 119 Carson St., died Tuesday (Aug. 8, 2006) at the Pinecrest Manor, St. Marys. More...

Pauline Beeson

Pauline D. Beeson, 74, of 324 W. Fourth St., Apt 208, died Monday (Aug. 7, 2006) at Elk Regional Health Center, St. Marys. More...

Bill Gennocro

William (Bill) F. Gennocro, of Houston, died (Friday, Aug. 4, 2006) in the Washington Hospital, following a six-month battle with cancer. More...