May 5, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Council ousts borough manager

Emporium Borough Manager Rob Aversa was relieved of his duties during a heated Emporium Borough Council meeting held Monday night. More...

Cameron candidates forum Tuesday

Voters will have a chance to assess the crowded field for three seats on the Cameron County Board of Commissioners during a public forum scheduled for 7:30 Tuesday night at the courthouse in Emporium. More...

Viewpoints

Approximately 75% of children and adolescents in need of mental health treatment do not receive it. More...

What is 'My Side?'

My Side is our community forum. Either by invitation or on their own initiative, people with information to share, strong opinions on public issues, or tales to tell, author essays for public review. More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Spring is a time of the year when everything is awakening. When the sun shines, it seems to make it all the more sweeter In church on Sunday, the sun pouring through the stained glass windows added a special touch. More...

Community Life

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Youth arts camp this summer

Penn State Cooperative Extension is finalizing the summer youth programs in Cameron County, including a a two-week-long Summer Arts Day Camp. Entitled "Exploring Careers and Hobbies in the Arts," the camp is partly funded by the Pa. More...

Music, art in spotlight Saturday

Visitors to the Maple Festival in Coudersport are encouraged to top off their Saturday with a stop at Ski Denton that evening for a combination of art and music in a coffeehouse-style setting. More...

Sports

Alle-Catts out to defend title

Emporium's Alle-Catt baseball makes its 2007 diamond debut on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 with the season-opener against long-time rival Crosby. More...

Raiders gearing up for title defense

As the regular season winds down, the Cameron County Red Raiders are gearing up to defend their PIAA District 9 baseball championship. More...

Falcons move to 4-4

Coudersport was hungry for success on the diamond this week after dropping to 2-4 in its often-interrupted high school baseball season. More...

Railway 'reaching out' for projects

Railway Norfolk Southern has issued an update on actions taken since last June's derailment and lye spill near Gardeau. In a report to the Pa. Dept. More...

Wanna Be A Cowboy?

A rodeo cowboy passed through Cameron, Potter and McKean counties last week, traveling along Rt. 155 on a journey that he expects to last roughly seven years. More...

An Emporium man died as a result of an early morning fire in his home last Friday morning. Armand Venture, 88, was asphyxiated due to smoke inhalation, according to Cameron County Coroner Ted Walters. More...

Many looking for work

Unemployment rates in Potter and Cameron continue to hover well above state and national averages. Jobless figures for March, released this week, show that 6.6% of Potter County's adult population is looking for work. More...

News

Hospital plans town meetings

The Leadership Team from Charles Cole Memorial Hospital is holding a series of town meetings in communities it serves in the coming weeks. More...

Paul Gerhart

Paul A. Gerhart, 79, of Coudersport, died Thursday (April 26, 2007). Born on April 23, 1928 in Sellersville, he was the son of Willard Edwin and Alice Sarah Dauerheim Gerhart. On Jan. 7, 1947 in Maryland he married E. Ruth Buehrie, who survives. More...

Armand Venture

Armand Venture, 88, of Rich Valley Road, Emporium died Friday (April 27, 2007). He was born May 19, 1918 in Sykesville, a son of the late James and Clementine Dominic Venture. Mr. Venture graduated from the former Sykesville High School. More...

Potter County News

It's Maple Festival time!

Coudersport has some sweet activities cooked up for this year's Maple Festival. More...

Potter County's greatest concern: jobs

Public officials are still sifting through the results of a large-scale "needs assessment" conducted throughout Potter County last spring and summer. More...

Potter County Republicans gather

Members of the Potter County Republican Committee hosted a pre-election dinner for political candidates and party faithful Saturday night at the Hotel Crittenden. State Assembly Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) was the keynote speaker. More...

Outdoors

Trout Fishing Ethics

For most of us, trout fishing is a time to relax. Unfortunately, sometimes transgressions committed by other anglers on the stream take away from trout fishing's enjoyment. More...