October 7, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Cameron County kids and their parents are still benefiting from the fingerprinting More...

Burning Issue

Outdoor Furnaces Still Not Ignited

Borough Council hasn't yet approved the use of outside wood- and coal-burning furnaces in Emporium. More...

County Residents Signing Up For 'Weatherization'

About one-third of Cameron County residents are eligible for financial help to pay for insulation and other "weatherization" work to cut their energy consumption. More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

My son is quite a talker these days. Sharing the daily additions to his vocabulary adds immeasurable joy to our lives. More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Election Day is drawing closer and the price of gas is falling. It makes me wonder if a certain political party has had control of the price all along. When gas was three bucks a gallon, the high price was blamed on the oil-producing countries. More...

To The Editor

Defense Budget Raided Dear Editor, "To be prepared for war is one of the most effectual means of preserving peace." More...

Outdoors

Support Restoration Efforts

Editor's Note: Outdoor columnist Jim Zoschg has departed to perform More...

Early Deer Seasons Set To Begin Soon

Bowhunters got the first crack at Pennsylvania's deer herd beginning last weekend. More...

Plans Being Made For A Youth Hunt For Ringnecks

Plans are in place for a Salt Run Youth Hunt for ringnecked pheasants, a joint project of Bucktail Rod and Gun Club and Deer Park Lumber. The first hunt is set for Saturday, Oct. 28. More...

Obituaries

Edith Coon

Edith M. Coon, 84, formerly of Emporium and New Port Ritchey, Fl., died Wednesday, October 4, 2006, in DeMay Living Center, Newark, New York. More...

Agnes Hodge

Agnes M. Hodge, 83, of Emporium, died at Elk Haven Nursing Home, St. Marys on Thursday, Oct. 5, 2006. More...

Ruth Wilson

Ruth E. Wilson, 74, a resident of the MJM Victorian Home, died Saturday afternoon (Sept. 30, 2006) at her residence following an lengthy illness. More...

A slew of Emporium organizations rolled through town last Friday as part of the parade put on before More...

War Museum Proposed

Eldred has drawn national attention and an increasing number of visitors as host community for the World War II Museum. More...

Autumn Fest Today

Sizerville State Park will be buzzing with activity today during the park's 16th annual Autumn Festival. More...

State Farm Office Changes Hands

There's a new face at the State Farm Insurance office on More...

News

Blood Drive Thursday

The American Red Cross blood drive will be held Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the VFW in Emporium. More...

See Us On The Web!

All of the Endeavor's weekly content can also be enjoyed on the World Wide Web. More...

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

87 The vast majority of teens in the United States, some 87 percent of those ages 12 to 17, now use the Internet. This amounts to about 21 million young people. More...

Community Life

United In Marriage

The Odin Grange was the setting for the ceremony uniting June A. Bundy with Steven L. Reynolds on Sept. 23, 2006. Reverend Simpson of the Faith Baptist Church, Emporium conducted the ceremony. More...

Plenty On Tap For Thursday's Fire Dept. Open House

Emporium Volunteer Fire Department's open house next Tuesday night is turning into quite an event. More...

Baby Born To Lukaschunis

Autumn Lukaschunis and Gary Dashong of Emporium are parents of a son born Oct. 1, 2006, at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital. More...

Sports

Resurgent Raiders Bound For Port Allegany Today

The Red Raiders weren't about to disappoint a homecoming crowd Friday night on the local gridiron. More...

Cameron County was well-represented on the Penn-York League all-star team, More...

Golf Team Unbeaten Once Again

For the second year in a row, Cameron County posted a perfect 8-0 record in winning the Penn-York Girls' Golf League championship. More...