December 9, 2006 RSS feed / News

Cameron County news briefs

Cookie sale today St. Hilda More...

Numbers in the news

35,000 There are now 35,000 hired guns in Washington, D.C., whose sole mission is to persuade members of Congress to manipulate public policy to their employers More...

Survivors stories featured on exhibit

Cancer survivors from Cameron, Potter and Elk counties are among those whose stories are featured on a traveling exhibit now on display at the Elk Regional Health Center in St. Marys. More...

Two St. Marys residents escaped serious injury

last Friday morning at about 11:30 in this one-vehicle crash. State police from Emporium said the fact that both victims were wearing seat belts likely prevented more serious injury. Michael Trumbull, 20, was westbound on Rt. More...

CHS team first in business fair

Five Coudersport students came away with first place honors during last week More...

Women’s health effort recognized

A multi-agency effort to make mammograms available to more women was recognized for excellence by the American Cancer Society. That organization More...

New addresses for Keating Township

New addresses for Keating Township properties will be released soon by the Potter County 911 office. All township residents will receive a 911 packet in the mail. Anyone with questions about the new addresses should contact Hetrick at 274-8900. More...

An SUV occupied by seven people crossed the center line and collided

with a tractor-trailer Thursday afternoon on Rich Valley Road. Willie Sherwood of Roulette was eastbound when he lost control of the vehicle on a right curve. More...

Area news briefs

Alleged Internet predator ERIE -- A McKean County man has been arrested for allegedly attempting to sexually solicit what he believed was a 13-year-old girl. James E. More...

George B. Erskine Wellness Center,

Emporium Physical Therapy and Emporium Health Center have joined together for Project Hat Tree. A Christmas tree has been placed in the entrance of the center and will be decorated with hats, gloves, mittens and scarves. More...

‘O Little Town‘ continuing

The name has changed, but the tradition remains the same today as Coudersport continues its holiday festival, now known as More...