September 16, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Outdoor Furnace Rules Pending

Cooler temperature earlier this week were a reminder of the punishing natural gas bills that are with us to stay. More...

Time To Learn About Computers?

About 70 percent of Pennsylvanians now own computers, and more than nine in 10 of them are connected to the Internet. Increasingly, the computer is a vital source of education, entertainment and connection to friends and associates around the world. More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

I apologize for my absence here, but I've been caught up in what is becoming a new era for me personally and the Endeavor- the business, the news and advertising medium. More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

The days of summer are fading away and, like the old song says, "and the days grow shorter when you reach September." More...

To The Editor

Mind If I Stay? To the editor: Recently large demonstrations have taken place across the country protesting the fact that Congress is finally addressing the issue of illegal immigration. More...

Outdoors

The Drive To Hunt

September is an exciting time of the year. Each color change upon our beautiful landscape stirs a longing for the forest. More...

Guided Elk Tours Taking Place At Park

Sinnemahoning State Park continues to offer weekend elk-watching tours through Oct. 14. The Pennsylvania elk population numbers more than 600. More...

Baiting Being Considered

Deer hunters in five Pennsylvania counties would be able to attract their quarry with bait, under a proposal the Pa. Game Commission is poised to approve at its Oct. 2- 3 meeting. More...

Obituaries

John Tompkins

John F. (Bee) Tompkins, 76, of Danvers, died Thursday, July 6, 2006, following a longterm illness. More...

Esther Pearsall

Esther Pearsall Greg, 74, died (Aug. 19, 2006) in Rochester, NY. Born July 15, 1932 in Driftwood, to Arthur and Louise Pearsall, she has lived in Buffalo for several years. More...

James Cassel

James S. Cassel, of 262 Valley View Road, Emporium, died at Guy & Mary Felt Manor, Emporium, Thursday (Sept. 14, 2006) following a lengthy illness More...

County Remembers 9-11

Everyone was affected by 9/ 11, so it was only fitting that a broad cross-section of the community would gather for a brief memorial service on the fifth anniversary of the terrorists' attack on America. More...

'For The Kids'

Emporium Moose is offering free children identification kits next Saturday (Sept. 23), as part of the organization's expanded community outreach program. More...

Those who risked the potential for rain enjoyed an eclectic array of musical More...

Autumn Fest Nearing

Sizerville State Park continues planning for its 16th annual Autumn Festival, set for noon until 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 7. The festival celebrates colonial skills and crafts that pioneer families used around the house and homestead. More...

News

Correction

A typographical error in last week's police report aggravated an already awkward situation for local school teacher Kay Baker. More...

Local Businesses Sponsoring Program For Students

For the 10th school year, local businesses have contributed to the Woodland Elementary School Student Recognition program. More...

Car, Truck, Bike Show September 30

Plans are in place for the second annual Cameron County Car, Truck and Bike Show on Sept. 30 along Broad Street. More...

Community Life

Historical Society Receives Grant

The Pa. Historical and Museum Commission has awarded grants for historic preservation and public education. More...

Music Boosters' Craft Sale Set

The CCHS Music Boosters will hold its annual craft sale at the Cameron County High School on Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost for crafters is $20 for a table or a 9 ft. space. More...

EVFD Plans Oct. 10 Open House

An open house scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 10, at the Emporium Firehall will mark the annual National Fire Prevention Week. From 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., citizens are encouraged to visit the firehall for free hot dogs and soft drinks. More...

Sports

Raiders Make Easy Work Of Smethport, 51-7

Cameron County's varsity football team traveled to Smethport last Friday and laid a whipping on the Hubbers, 51- 7. More...

Going Deep...

Three weeks into the high school and college football season and the drama is already unfolding. More...

Jr. High Raiders Improve to 2-0

Cameron County's success in junior high football is continuing this season. The Red Raiders (2-0) scored a gutsy 14-0 win at Smethport Thursday night, despite being outweighed at virtually every position. More...