September 1, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

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GKN Sinter Metals employees in Emporium have begun a "Walk Across the U.S." The program is designed to improve health and increase health awareness. More...

Administrative Shuffle

Crumrine out as CCHS principal

Cameron County High School Principal Myron (Mac) Crumrine resigned this week, continuing a series of changes in the district's administration that will continue well into the new school year. More...

Viewpoints

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

This weekend I am going to my 59th class reunion. The Class of '48 has a reunion every year, and what we do is count heads. More...

We've got mail!

Wind energy on state land? To the editor: DCNR's leaders (Sec. More...

Outdoors

Hunting? Follow the food

Near where I live the white oak acorns have begun to drop. Even before I personally saw the acorns, I knew they were beginning to drop. The turkeys told me. More...

Police mum on shooting of big buck

State police and officers from the Pa. Game Commission have not released details on the poaching of a large antlered deer near Sizerville Road, north of Emporium,last Saturday night. More...

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Cherry Springs State Park Naturalist Liz Helms went batty Saturday night as she hosted a program about one of Pennsylvania's most misunderstood and underappreciated species. More...

SO MUCH STATE-OWNED LAND

How to manage it is topic of September public hearing

Most of Cameron County and nearly half of Potter consists of state forest land. More...

Bucktails expert to speak

An area Civil War reenactor and author will retrace the history and display some artifacts from the famed Bucktails Regiment in Emporium. Bill Robertson will present the history lesson at 10 a.m. More...

Chapman Still At Large

Authorities hope new photograph will help them nab fugitive

Authorities recently released a more current photo of fugitive Joe Chapman, who continues to elude a manhunt. Police have been tightlipped about their investigation, which was at one time centered in Cameron, Potter and McKean counties. More...

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How can you blame little Carly Cooney for being sad on the first day of school after spending three carefree summer months? More...

News

SCHOOL'S IN: ABC's FOR PARENTS

With the new school year underway, perhaps it is time for parents to review their own ABCs. A reader sent along this primer for parents (author unknown) and suggested that it be posted on every refrigerator as a reminder of their responsibilities: More...

Austin CTC plans Fall Festival

Austin Communities That Cares (ACTC) will be holding its eighth annual Fall Festival on Sunday, Sept. 30. Proceeds will be used towards various community projects and trips. A Chinese auction will be held. More...

Austin Homecoming September 9

Austin is planning its 46th annual Homecoming Dinner on Sunday, Sept. 9, from 9 a.m. to noon at the firehall. Cost is $10 per person. Tickets will be available at the door. More...

Potter County News

Kennedys at Songwriter's Roundtable

Saturday night's Songwriter's Roundtable in Potter County features folk musicians The Kennedys, a dynamic songwriting and performing duo with several CDs and many accolades from the music world. More...

Sentenced Potter County court

Two men sentenced to county jail time

Four men were recently sentenced during proceedings in Potter County Court. More...

Sports

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Kal Logue polished off a successful golf season by winning the junior club championship (12 and under) at the Emporium Country Club. The Austin boy hopes to be a major contributor to the scholastic golf team in future years. More...

Bresslin makes Alle-Catt history

Emporium Alle-Catt baseball manager Ralph McKimm recently paid tribute to one of his players, Ryan Bresslin. More...

Horsehoe tourney September 8

Horseshoe pitchers from throughout the region are welcome to enter one of northcentral Pennsylvania's premier competitions, coming up on Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Shinglehouse Community Park. Entry deadline is Sept. More...