September 9, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Raiders Giving Local Fans Reason To Believe In '06

Last week's season-opening victory at Brockway has local high school football fans talkin' proud again. More...

New Watershed Specialist Selected

A recent Clarion University graduate will succeed Jim Zoschg Jr. as the Cameron County Watershed Specialist. More...

Viewpoints

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Ernesto, I guess is Spanish for Ernest, but with our government's efforts to make English our second language, we have to put up with things being converted. More...

To The Editor

Dear Editor: The Cameron County Historical Society is puzzled by the article in last week's paper by Ken Gerg about moving the Little Museum to Emporium. More...

Community Life

A special thank you goes out to Copy Katz for making the funeral cards for Gregory Signor at no cost. It shows how a small community still cares about people here. More...

Cardiac Committee Lists Memorial Donations

The Cameron County Cardiac Committee would like to acknowledge the following memorials and thank everyone for their continued support for our organization. More...

Angel Food Ministry Still Going Strong

The Cameron County Christian Center is still offering the Angel Food Ministry to anyone who wants to save money on food. More...

Sports

Raiders Dust Brockway, Prepare For Coudersport

Cameron County's varsity football season started last Friday in Brockway with the Raiders beating up the defending District 9 Class AA champion Rovers, 34-6. More...

Boys' Team Notches Pair Of Wins

Cameron County's boys went up against some of the better talent in the Penn-York Golf League this week with mixed results. More...

JH Team Opens With Win

The junior high Red Raider football team opened its season Thursday evening under coach John Fragale with a 36-6 win against Elk County Catholic. Cameron County held a 16-0 lead after one quarter and extended it to 28-0 at the half. More...

Veterans Plan 911 Memorial Service

Cameron County area residents will assemble on Monday morning to mark the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorists' attack on America. More...

Fugitive Still At Large In Region

Precautionary 'Lock Down' At Schools Friday Morning

The widening search for fugitive Ralph "Bucky" Phillips hit close to home Friday morning, when Emporium residents were buzzing about a suspicious individual, possibly carrying a weapon, being seen in the vicinity of the local school buildings. More...

News

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

480 Metaldyne Corporation, which employs 480 people in Ridgway and St. Marys, has become a 100-percent subsidiary of Asahi Tech, a Japanese company specializing in heavy-truck and construction components. More...

Denton Hill-based state police responded to this one-vehicle accident at 1:00 More...

News From The State Police

An Emporium motorcyclist was injured Sunday night in a crash on Winslow Hill near Benezette in Elk County. More...

Outdoors

Still Time To Apply For Pennsylvania Elk Licenses

Hunters seeking to be included in the public drawing for a license to participate in Pennsylvania's elk hunts have until Friday, Sept. More...

Case Of The Alien Invaders

This summer there has been a large effort within Sinnemahoning State Park and surrounding areas to control a nasty foreign plant invader that has gained a foothold in the First Fork Valley. More...

Sportsmen Go Extra Mile To Recruit Young Hunters

Sinnemahoning Sportsmen's Assn. is doing its part to reverse a disturbing trend: fewer young people taking up the sport of hunting. More...

Obituaries

Trenna Miller

Trenna M. Miller, 90, of St. Marys, died Monday (Aug. 28, 2006) at home after a brief illness. More...

Gary Yaras

Gary Yaras, 57, of 967 Cowley Hill Rd., Austin, died at his residence, Friday, Sept. 1, 2006, following a lengthy illness. More...