November 18, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Residents Getting Energy Assistance

Colder weather has more Potter and Cameron County residents seeking help to pay for insulation and other "weatherization" work to cut their energy consumption. More...

Aiming for the sun

A Coudersport man with a lifelong interest in renewable energy is taking his hobby to the next level. More...

Viewpoints

We've got mail!

Hunting is not a sport or recreation to me, but is a way of life and provides me not only with food for my body, but refreshes my soul and spirit and reconnects me with the basics of life. More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Veterans Day came and went last Saturday, commemorating the Nov. 11, 1918, armistice that was supposed to conclude the war to end all wars. Of course, we all know that this did not happen. More...

A Young Man's Art

Almost every day, I'm reminded how many in my generation are "falling through the cracks" when it comes to respect, caring, empathy or civility. More...

Community Life

Santa coming to Driftwood

The jolly old elf himself has scheduled a stop at the Driftwood Borough Building (old schoolhouse) on Saturday, Nov. 25. More...

Auxiliary Plans Bazaar

The annual Emporium Volunteer Fire Dept. Auxiliary Christmas Bazaar is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 2, at the firehall from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Tables can be reserved for $19 by contacting Bev Farren (486-0936) or Donna Crosby (486-4554). More...

Austin Junior Girl Scouts enjoyed a day of fun More...

Outdoors

Childhood memories shame this developing bird-watcher

Every sportsmen has done something that he or she is ashamed of. More...

Elk habitat acquired; mine clean up slated

Several organizations have teamed up to add more than 1,375 acres to publicly owned elk habitat, while cleaning up the mess left behind by coal mining in Clinton County. More...

Poachers beward: K-9 cops!

The Pa. Game Commission has two new recruits to help its field officers crack down on poachers and other criminals. Their names are Onyx and Sarge, a couple of "canine cops." More...

Obituaries

Carol Miller

Carol Minard Miller, 79, of Lindenwood Court, Emporium, died Monday, Nov. 13, 2006, in Elk Regional Medical Center, St. Marys. More...

Nicholas Farina

Nicholas A. Farina, 51, of Tribes Hill, NY died Friday, Nov. 10, 2006 at St. Mary's Hospital in Amsterdam, NY. More...

Kathryn McCombie

Kathryn McCombie, 93, of 92 S. Wood Street, Emporium, died at Pinecrest Manor, St. Marys, Monday, Nov. 13, 2006. More...

Prospects Good For Monday's Bear Season

Hunters can expect to find a sizeable black bear population in Cameron, Potter and other northcentral counties when they go afield next week. More...

Sinnemahoning check station moved

The Sinnemahoning check station in Cameron County has been closed. More...

Elk hunting equality in Pennsylvania!

Brenda Wilkins awoke at 3:30 to prepare for an opportunity More...

News

Christmas season Kicks Off

Christmas in the Valley is drawing closer. It's sponsored by the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce. More...

Endeavor's Neat Numbers

65M Port Allegany School District expects to spend about $6.5 million to renovate and expand its elementary school. The district has built a sizable capital projects reserve. More...

Area News Briefs

What do kids want? RIDGWAY - Ridgway Heritage Council is surveying youth to obtain input on how the community should change. The goal is to provide activities for young people and to make the town more attractive to new families. More...

Potter County News

Coudersport FFA tradition of excellence continues

One of Pennsylvania's oldest and most celebrated vocational agriculture programs celebrated its most recent achievements last Monday, as the Coudersport Spud Growers FFA Chapter held its annual banquet. More...

'Crossroads' job club formed

A "Crossroads Job Club" has been formed to help the dozens of Coudersport area residents who have lost their jobs in recent months. More...

Project helps underprivileged

Teachers, staffers and students at Coudersport Area High School are reaching out to help some of the community's underprivileged with a fund-raising project to complement the local Holiday Food Drive. More...

Sports

Playoff game postponed

Coudersport's Falcons overcame some miscues to rally from behind on two occasions, finally rolling to a 32-14 football win over Clarion last Friday. More...

Big 30 All-Stars!

Coudersport landed four players on the Big 30 Football All-Star team, which will be formally More...

Mountain View Results

Monday Mens Merchant Cabin Kitchen 42-38, L and M Lumber 42-38, Pesces 38-42, Mountain View 38-42. More...