October 14, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Tax Study Commission In Place

Cameron County Area School District has its Tax Study Commission in place. More...

Second 'Meth Summit' Set

Community leaders from Cameron, Elk, McKean, Potter, Jefferson and Clearfield counties will be brought together once again in November to learn more about detecting and p r e v e n t i n g methamphetamine production. More...

The means and methods Pennsylvania's earlier settlers used to survive in this area were the focus of More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

I've done a lot of really foolish things in my life. More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

"Shine on, shine on, harvest moon up in the sky." That's the first line of an old love tune and if you were outside at night last week, you must have seen the harvest moon. More...

A Young Man's Art

Cameron County High School's Red Raider Marching Band hopes to keep its streak alive at Saturday's Flaming Foliage Festival. Our band has brought home the first place trophy for music and appearance in that parade for 14 straight years! More...

Outdoors

PGC Trying To Help Bird Hunters

The Pa. Game Commission has taken several steps to assure that a higher percentage of ringnecked pheasants stocked for the 2006 season will be killed by hunters, rather than natural predators. More...

Youth Pheasant Hunt Here

The Salt Run Hunt for ringnecked pheasants, a joint project of Bucktail Rod and Gun Club and Deer Park Lumber, gets underway for youths ages 12 to 16 on Saturday, Oct. 28. More...

The Pa. Game Commission estimates that there are about 650 elk in Pennsylvania, the only free-roaming More...

Obituaries

Mary Baldwin

Mary Catherine Baldwin, 100, formerly of Friendly Gardens on Cameron Road and the Grove House, died Tuesday (Sept. 26, 2006) in Sacred Heart Medical Center, Eugene, Oregon. More...

Charles Casamo

Charles C. Casamo, 90, of 476 41st Avenue, St. Pete Beach, Fla. and a summer resident of Blowing Rock, NC died Saturday (Sept. 29, 2006) at Blowing Rock Hospital. More...

Joseph Noto

Joseph P. Noto, 80, 308 E. Third St., Emporium, died at his residence Sunday afternoon. More...

Norfolk Southern: Stream Recovered

Railroad Company Believes Stream Ready To Be Stocked

Norfolk Southern Corp. More...

Eliminate Townships, Boroughs?

A plan to create unity in Cameron County is having a polarizing impact so far. More...

'Flu Clinics' Being Planned

Flu shots will be given during upcoming clinics in Emporium, Driftwood and several other communities. More...

Jason and Kelly Allison's home and maple-lined Fifth Street leave no doubt that More...

Kaylee Harford will represent CCHS in today's Flaming Foliage Festival in More...

News

'Relay'Car, Truck BikeA Success

American Cancer Society's Relay For Life would like to thank everyone who helped in any way to make the Car, Bike and Truck Show a success. More...

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

5,500 Cameron County's population is now at about 5,500. Emporium Borough is still the most populous municipality at 2,652 (as of 2000), followed closely by Shippen Township at 2,495. More...

Car Collides With Horse, Buggy

Several members of a Potter County Amish family were seriously injured More...

Community Life

New Books At County Library

Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library has these new titles on its book shelves: More...

Food Pantry Oct. 25

Cameron County food pantry will hold a distribution for people determined eligible on Wednesday, October 25 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Northern Tier offices located at 135 West Fourth St. More...

Women of the Bible to come alive Wednesday

Anita Gutschick, pictured below, will bring her onewoman show to the St. John's Lutheran Church in Emporium on Wednesday night. More...

Sports

Raiders Survive Early Scare At Port Allegany

Old Man Murphy followed the Red Raiders to Port Allegany for Saturday afternoon's varsity football game. More...

Volleyball Team Faces NTL Elite

Cameron County went up against two of the area's best high school volleyball teams this week and came away from that learning experience with some admiration. More...

JV Team Tops Gators, 35-14

Jarek Holjencin fired touchdown passes to three different receivers in leading Cameron County to a 35-14 junior varsity football win at Port Alle- gany Monday afternoon. More...