December 2, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Lions: more than recycling

Tons of garbage that would otherwise be fouling the environment is instead diverted back into the marketplace, thanks to the efforts of the Coudersport Area Lions Club. More...

Viewpoints

Wind power 'Yes'

To the editor: I strongly disagree with the statement from the National Wind Watch organization, claiming that "supporters of wind power routinely ignore an ever-growng mountain of data demonstrating this technology's ineffectiveness." More...

GOP had it coming

To The Editor: As a lifelong Republican with conservative convictions, I think that losing Congress to the Democrats was not only inevitable but necessary. More...

Pearl Harbor recalled

To the editor: I am writing as an American, a Desert Storm combat veteran, and an honorary member of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association. More...

Community Life

Christmas in the Valley events continue

Cameron County Chamber of Commerce "Christmas in the Valley" continues over the next three weeks. More...

Fledderman promoted

Thomas A. Fledderman has been promoted to trust officer at Northwest Savings Bank's Investment and Trust Services Division. He'll have responsibility for business development and customer relationships in four counties, working out of the bank's St. More...

Rotary members Joe Blackburn and Jim Rusnak

served hot dogs essentially in vain Saturday as part of the More...

Obituaries

Mary E. Smith Mary E. Smith, 86, of Driftwood, died at the Presbyterian-Univ. Hospital, Pittsburgh, Thursday, Nov. 23, 2006. More...

Breaking News - Time Warner Drops Bombshell

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Mixed results for deer hunters

The Rich Valley Camp gang's experiences over the first couple days of deer season seemed to be typical of many hunters who tried their luck in the northcentral Pa. mountains. More...

State's hunters bag 2,553 bruins

73 killed with bow in first archery hunt

Pa. Game Commission check stations processed 2,553 bears during the recently completed three-day season. An additional 73 bruins were killed during the state's first-ever, two-day archery bear hunt. More...

Surveyors were plotting the boundaries for new sidewalks

along the border of the Rite Aid lot last week. Now that the large steel frame has been erected, area More...

News

Cameron County news bytes

Students in Business Fair Several local high schools sent representatives to the second annual Business Fair Competition Thursday and Friday at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. More...

Christian messages on air

Christian messages are being broadcasted to hundreds of Cameron County residents and others each weekday on a radio program airing at 9:00 a.m. on WLEMWQKY. More...

Numbers in the news

61 A survey of about 3,000 single men and women found that 61% of them would not go out on a first date with someone they knew was a smoker. More...

Outdoors

Land owner found liable for hunter's misdeed

that he should have known his A negligence finding against More...

Marty Knight, 28,

of Saltsburg, bagged this 10-point buck at 8 a.m. on the opening morning of deer season. More...

Elk license by auction; poaching probed

A bill that would put one Pennsylvania elk-hunting license up for auction has sailed through the Pa. House of Representatives and is now before the State Senate. More...

Sports

Falcon wrestlers aim high under new head coach

Coudersport's football success has postponed fullsquad workouts for the varsity wrestling team. More...

A group of girls from Coudersport, Emporium

and surrounding area came away with a 2-2 record during the highly competitive Turkey Day Basketball Tournament More...

Mountain View Bowling league scores, standings

Monday Men's Merchant Cabin Kitchen 46-42, L and M Lumber 46-42, Pesces 46- 42, Mountain View 38-50. More...