October 28, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Woman killed in crash near Austin

An Austin woman died last Friday evening (Oct. 20) as a result of injuries she sustained when her vehicle crashed after apparently hydroplaning on a flooded section of Route 872, north of the borough. The victim was 19-year-old Breann A. Harstad. More...

Lyman Run dam nearing completion

A ribbon-cutting at the new dam at Lyman Run State Park, tentatively scheduled for this week, was postponed until the spring. More...

Snowmobilers can stop at several scenic vistas on the long ride out Ridge Road.

Outreach efforts promoting Potter County as a mecca for snowmobilers are paying off. More...

Here they come: three in a row at CARP!

Coudersport Area Recreation Park will be the hot spot for high school football competition over the next couple of weeks, as the drama of the 2006 season intensifies. More...

Viewpoints

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

"I knew you in Arizona," the caller said. " My name is Tom Heber and I am at the Moose Club." I pulled on my shoes and headed to the Moose. More...

A Young Man's Art

Voters will fill several influential offices in the Nov. 7 General Election, yet very few young people in Cameron County show any interest in politics. That's a shame. More...

Letters To The Editor

Stand Up To Health Insurance Giants To the editor: More...

Community Life

Today's parade begins Halloween activities

Emporium's Halloween activities begin today with a parade and continue tonight with the door-to-door visits by a variety of ghosts, goblins and costumed figures.. More...

More police to cruise route 120

A rash of traffic mishaps on Pa. Rt. 120, from Memorial Springs to Tunnel Hill, has prompted Pa. State Police from Emporium to beef up patrols in that area. More...

57 Units Of Blood Donated

Some 57 blood donors turned out for the Oct. 12 American Red Cross blood drive in Emporium, according to the Elk-Cameron Counties Chapter. Fifty-three pints were collected. More...

Sports

Former Falcons Playing At College Level

Most local football players never again set foot on the gridiron once their high school careers are over. More...

Northern Potter moves to soccer semifinals

Northern Potter moved into the PIAA District 9 soccer semifinals with an impressive 4-0 win over visiting Ridgway Monday afternoon. More...

Red Raiders have week off before D9 playoffs

Chatter around the region focuses on the Cameron County Red Raiders as a dark horse candidate for the PIAA District 9 football championship. More...

Norfolk Southern calls DEP fines 'unwarranted'

Don't expect Norfolk Southern to cut a $9 million check and be done with it. The railroad reacted swiftly to last week's announcement that the Pa. Dept. More...

Domestic violence group reaches out

The domestic violence organization covering Cameron and Elk counties launched an outreach campaign to mark October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. More...

Haunted house set to go

Three local families have banded together to offer local kids a free visit to a "friendly" haunted house on Saturday night. More...

Front View:

2 voices serve better than one

Today our "soft launch" approach to providing an all-inclusive news medium in Potter County takes its biggest step forward. More...

Turn your clocks back at 2 a.m Sunday and use the occasion as a reminder to change batteries in your smoke detectors. More...

Quite a year for Cole Memorial

Charles Cole Memorial Hospital CEO David Acker had a difficult task at the recent annual corporation meeting. More...

News

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

50 Rising labor costs are the main reason for the terminations hundreds of jobs at Eljer Plumbingware in Ford City. More...

Vo-Tech teachers still without new contract

Teachers at the Seneca Highlands Area Vocational- Technical School in Port Allegany have been working without a contract since their previous pact expired June 30. More...

Judge Brown recertified

District Judge Alvin H. Brown was recently recertified by the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts. He completed a continuing legal education course that keeps judges current on legal topics and management techniques. More...

Outdoors

Trapper achieves longtime goal

One of the features that makes the "Pennsylvania Wilds" truly wild is the presence of the state's only truly wild cat, the bobcat. More...

Invasive plants topic of public meeting

Invasive plants are gaining a foothold in several sections of northcentral Pennsylvania. More...

Sled dogs coming!

Sinnemahoning State Park on the Potter/Cameron County border will be the scene of a special event on Saturday, Nov. 4.. More...

Obituaries

Breann Harstad

Breann Alyssia Harstad, 19, of Austin, formerly of Pequea, died Friday (Oct. 20, 2006). More...