November 11, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Front View:

A vote against political polarity

When voters ousted nearly every R e p u b l i c a n More...

Railroad company preparing to haul soil

Norfolk Southern Railroad con tinues to make arrangements to clean up the mess created by the massive lye spill near the Cameron/ McKean County border on June 30. More...

Cameron County Genealogy Club members and others took a journey through a Cameron County More...

Viewpoints

How We See It

An Endeavor Editorial

Yesterday, many people were given the day off, ostensibly to observe Veterans Day. More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Once upon a time in the Endless Mountains there was a hustling, bustling town by the name of Emporium. Webster defines "emporium" as a place of trade, a commercial center, a suitable place of business. Since Wal- Mart set up its tent in St. More...

Letters To The Editor

Small-Town Radio To the editor: One hears a lot about what small-town radio stations bring to a community and in some cases what they may lack compared to the larger ones. More...

Potter County News

Oh, so dark at this park!

Look at a satellite image of the United States at night you'll see two dark areas in the mid-Atlantic region. At the heart of one of them is Cherry Springs State Park. More...

Coudersport High School's football players showed that they're More...

Musicians plan hospice concert

Several area musicians are pitching in to help Potter County Hospice with a concert that will be full of variety on Sunday afternoon at the Coudersport High School auditorium. More...

Outdoors

Mobile technology: hunting black squirrels from an outdoor office

I was lucky enough to interview Dave Drakula shortly after he finished his book about hunting. More...

Bear season looks promising

year, said Wildlife Conservation Hunters can expect to find a More...

Obituaries

Janice Fragale

Janice E. Fragale, 68, formerly of: 314 Hickory Street, Emporium, died at Guy & Mary Felt Manor, Tuesday, (Nov. 7, 2006). More...

Margaret Eggler

Margaret K. Eggler, 90, of Beverly Health Care-Kinzua Valley Health Care, Warren, died Monday (Oct. 30, 2006) in the health care facility following a short illness. More...

Martha Edgar

Martha Anne Edgar Berry, 87, of Valley Center, Kansas, died on Nov. 8, 2006. More...

Taxation with representation: group working on tax reform

It's not often that local citizens have an opportunity to decide More...

Massive bull headlines weeklong elk hunt

Most of the 40 people chosen to participate in the 2006 Pennsylvania elk hunt will fill their tags and have plenty to talk about. More...

'Tino's' back in boro's hands

Tino's Italian Restaurant is no more. The former town library on East Fourth Street is back in the hands of Emporium Borough. More...

News

Veterans Day ceremony today; Poppy Day Friday

Cameron County war veterans and those who appreciate their sacrifices will gather on Saturday for a special Veterans Day service at the Big Flag Area in Emporium, starting at 10:30 a.m. More...

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

2 Children who smoke in public can breathe easier in St. Marys. A measure to prohibit anyone under the age of 18 from possessing tobacco products on city property mustered only two v o t e s from St. Marys City Council this week. More...

The commercial development on the former Jubilee lot is progressing. Rite More...

Community Life

Emporium Rotary members held a roundtable discussion during last week's More...

Competing for Miss Penna.

Emporium's Casey Freer has been selected to compete for the title of Miss Pennsylvania USA next weekend in Pittsburgh. More...

These books now available

Queen Bee Moms & Kingpin Dads: dealing with the parents, teachers, coaches, and counselors who can make, or break, your child's future, by Rosalind Wiseman, is essential reading for parents today. More...

Sports

'We Are The Champions'

Coudersport had little time to bask in the glory of a second consecutive Allegheny Mountain League championship. More...

Raiders vs. Rams: the sequel!

Not since the Cameron County Red Raiders fought their way to a PIAA District 9 championship in 1999 has there been this much excitement about a local high school football team in Emporium. More...

Runner sets new standard

Coudersport freshman Emily Giannotti followed up her PIAA District 9 cross country title with a respectable 27th place finish among 288 runners in the state championship meet last Saturday in Hershey. More...