October 21, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Micron Research Named 'Manufacturer Of The Year'

Micron Research Inc. of Emporium has been named 2006 Manufacturer of the Year by a regional economic development organization. More...

Stoltz Property Eyed

The former Stoltz automotive dealership property north of the business district along Sizerville Road is being eyed for development. More...

Gas company ordered to pay $850,000 for violations

Serious environmental problems around natural gas compression stations at opposite ends of Potter County have led to hefty fines against the company responsible for the crimes. More...

Nothing 'domestic' about violence

Abuse In Relationships 'Serious Problem' Here

About 20 Potter County residents formed a circle and held lighted candles Wednesday night at the courthouse square, a symbol of unity in the continuing fight against domestic violence. More...

'Pa Pellets' Gets $325,000 State Grant

A new wood-pellet production plant near Ulysses has been awarded a state grant of $325,000. More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

Even in the simple days of my not-so-distant past, I didn't sleep all that well. More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Until I came to Emporium in June 1971, I had never lived in a community that had a mayor. To the best of my knowledge, Beaver Williams is the first mayor that I ever lived under. In those days I was not too interested in the political scene. More...

Letters To The Editor

Museum Relocation Idea Not Good As a Cameron County Historical Society board member and Cameron County Genealogy Club director, I would like to personally thank Mr. Gerg. More...

Outdoors

Turkey Season Opens Saturday

Pennsylvania's turkey-hunting season opens on Saturday, Oct. 28, with a mixed forecast for Cameron and Potter counties. More...

Updated Elk-Viewing Guide Now Available

Local businesses have banded together to capitalize on the popularity of the region's free-roaming elk herd. More...

Sinnemahoning Sportsmen Set Sights On 6,000

Members of the S i n n e m a h o n i n g Sportsmen's Assn. have set an ambitious goal to be achieved by February: 6,000 members. More...

Sports

Cavallari, tough 'D' keep Falcons on course

Running back Chris Cavallari carried the offense with one of the most productive nights in Coudersport football history, while the Falcon defense pitched another shutout, thrilling a homecoming crowd with a 24-0 win over Johnsonburg. More...

Red Raiders Preparing For J-Burg's Grumley

Next Friday's regular season finale against Johnsonburg presents a stiff challenge for the Cameron County varsity football team. It's also an excellent chance to warm up for the playoffs. More...

JV Raiders Top Hubbers

Cameron County closes out the junior varsity football season on Monday night at Coudersport's CARP Field. The rematch with the Falcons, who topped the Raiders earlier this month, kicks off at 6:00. More...

Radio Tower Heading To Construction

Soon, one of the "black holes" in Cameron County's emergency communications coverage will be illuminated with radio and microwaves, thanks to a tower that is set to be constructed in southern Cameron County. More...

Northwest Savings Bank's Emporium branch employees earlier this week visited Woodland More...

Historical Society Recalls McNarney

Cameron County Historical Society members recalled Emporium's decorated military general, Joseph T. McNarney, (below) during their fall dinner Wednesday night at the VFW Hall. More...

Austin's annual Apple Butter Festival will be held More...

Falling Leaves Festival A Keeper For Coudersport!

Coudersport has a winner with the Falling Leaves Festival. More...

County lines up behind 'Heritage Communities'

Several community leaders, public officials and business representatives have been meeting in recent months to develop strategies for supporting "heritage tourism" in Potter County. More...

News

Ethanol Plant Supported

A proposed ethanol production plant near Karthaus in Clearfield County has drawn the support of the Quehanna Industrial Development Corp. More...

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

6.25 Pennsylvania's 420,000 minimum wage earners will get a raise on Jan. 1. The minimum wage goes to $6.25 per hour; it's $5.15 currently. A second increase takes effect on July 1, 2007, boosting the minimum wage to $7.15. More...

Rotary Club News Emporium

Rick Olivett shared photos and stories from his recent trip to Italy with members of More...

Community Life

Attends Training

Emergency Medical Technician Adam Johnson recently attended a Hazardous Materials Training and Education Program at Harrisburg Area Community College. More...

Newhouse Awarded College Scholarship

Michael Newhouse of Emporium is among recipients of college scholarships being offered by Air Liquide America Foundation. A civil engineering student at Penn State University's Harrisburg campus, Michael is the son of Beth and Douglas Newhouse. More...

Mr. & Mrs. James Keller

Miss Sharon Fenstermaker and James Keller were united in matrimony on Sept. 30 in a doublering More...

Obituaries

Shirley Smith

Shirley Quaker Smith, 78, a resident of the Warren Manor, and formerly of 18 E. St. Clair St., died on Friday (Oct. 6, 2006) at the Warren General Hospital following a lengthy illness. More...

Treyton L. Davis

Treyton L. Davis, infant son of Juston Davis and Aletha Kondrla, of 250 Nickler Rd., Emporium died Friday (Oct. 13, 2006) at the Elk Regional Health Center, St. Marys. He was born Oct. 3, 2006 in St. Marys. More...

Christine Grovanz

Christine V. Grovanz, 93, of 436 Old W. Creek Rd., Emporium formerly of Rich Valley Rd. died at Pinecrest Manor, St. Marys Thursday Oct. 12, 2006. More...