September 2, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Work progressed through the week at the Guy & Mary More...

As Winter Draws Closer, 'Weatherization' Help Available

With colder weather around the corner, low-income residents are being advised that they can qualify for financial help with insulation and other "weatherization" work to cut their energy consumption. More...

Viewpoints

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Many, Many years ago when my father would take us for a Sunday drive, my brother and I would amuse ourselves by reading the road signs. More...

A Young Man's Art

I was one of about 900 other students who ventured off to school last Monday. But I am only one of 80 students, who are seniors and, in June, will walk across the stage to get my diploma. More...

To The Editor

Beavers' Dear Editor In May 2006 Anheuser Busch bought Rolling Rock's global brand rights and recipes. More...

Outdoors

Memories Of Sweet Fern & Brook Trout

September is a month of changes. Practically the whole world that we know begins the transition from full-blown living to winter dormancy during the course of September. More...

Too Many Geese At Sinnemahoning Park

There are so many geese in and around Sinnemahoning More...

Fisher Homerange Expanding

Last week's story about the mink That's become an attraction in the Weedville area brought comparisons to another furbearer that is showing up with greater frequency in this part of the state. More...

Obituaries

Robert J. Neff

Robert J. Neff, 44, of West Fifth Street, Emporium, died Wednesday, August 30, 2006, in his home. More...

Dora Colosimo

Dora E. Colosimo, 80, of Bradford, formerly of Smethport, died Sunday (Aug. 27, 2006) in the Bradford Manor, Bradford. More...

Thomas Farren

Thomas E. Farren, Sr., 62, of 717 Rich Valley Rd. Emporium passed away at Skillman Residence, Gibson Township, Friday morning unexpectedly. More...

Rivers Showing Signs Of Life

Fish Showing Up In Areas Of Streams Killed By Spilled Chemical

When people came to terms with the fact that the fish killed when a toxic chemical was spilled into the Portage Creek June 30 numbered in the millions, the burning question was: how long will it take for the streams to recover? More...

Flood Watch Issued For Area

Wet weather isn't just putting a damper on the start of the long Labor Day weekend, it also has the potential to be dangerous. More...

Police Patrols Stepped Up Over Labor Day Weekend

Cameron County residents poised to enjoy the Labor Day weekend are being advised to exercise some self-control. More...

Werner Ekes Out Hutton Memorial Win

Steve Werner of St. Marys held off a stiff challenge down More...

News

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

50 On Tuesday, the American Red Cross Elk-Cameron Counties Chapter conducted a Disaster Readiness Exercise. More...

Sheriff Al Neyman fingerprints five-year-old Ryan Chilcote on his first day of More...

News Briefs From Around The Area

Arson in St. Marys ST. MARYS - Investigators have determined that the fire that heavily damaged a commercial building on State Street in St. Marys last month was intentionally set. The incident remains under investigation by the Ridgwaybased Pa. More...

Community Life

Golden Anniversary

H. Richard (Dick) and Mary Jane Logue of Sinnemahoning celebrated their Golden Anniversary recently. More...

Library Set To Change Hours

On Tuesday, Sept. 5, The Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library will resume its regular winter hours from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Weds. and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays. These hours will remain in effect through May of 2007. More...

'Bingo For Books'

Ring in the school year by attending Bingo For Books night on Thursday, Sept. 14 at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church Parish Hall. More...

Sports

Red Raiders Head To Smethport Friday

When Cameron County High School heads to Smethport next Friday night (7:00) for week two of the varsity football season, the Red Raiders will go up against another rebuilding squad looking to improve on a disappointing 2005 campaign. More...

Volleyball Team Looking To Improve On Solid 05 Campaign

Scholastic volleyball is alive and well in Cameron County, with 24 girls in grades nine through 12 participating. More...

Boys' Team 2-1 In Golf Action

Senior John Guisto fired a team-best round of 46 to lead the Cameron County Red Raiders to a pair of wins in the high school golf opener Monday afternoon on the local course. More...