November 3, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

TURN CLOCKS BACK THIS WEEKEND

Daylight Savings four weeks longer this year

Daylight Saving Time ends early Sunday, when we gain an hour by turning back our clocks at 2 a.m. DST is four weeks longer this year than last due to the Energy Policy Act in 2005. More...

Viewpoints

Publisher's Point Of View

It's been just over a year since we made our first efforts to expand our newspaper coverage into Potter County. More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Like Art Linkletter points out, "Sometimes kids can say the darndest things!" One day last week, to help my wife I took four-year-old Aaron for a ride and asked him if he would like a milkshake. More...

We've got mail!

Band Festival Coming To the editor: Cameron County will be privileged, once again, by hosting the annual PMEA District 2 Band Festival at the Cameron County High School from January 9-12. More...

Community Life

Adult shop classes planned

Adult evening classes in shop will be held at Coudersport High School beginning Wednesday. Class gets underwway at 6:30. Registration fee is $15. There will also be fees for supplies, including lumber. For additional information, call 274-8500. More...

Parent-teacher conferences set

Parent/teacher conferences will be held a the Cameron County High School on Thursday from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Parents are encouraged to visit their child's classrooms. Teachers will be available to provide progress updates. More...

New Arrivals

Briar M. Miller A daughter was born Oct. 12, 2007, in Charles Cole Hospital, to Bobbie Morley and Jon Miller of Coudersport. Named Briar McKinley, the little girl weighed seven pounds, 11 ounces. More...

Sports

Undefeated Red Raiders shoot for league, D9 titles

Cameron County warmed up for the tougher high school football challenges to come with a lopsided laugher at Johnsonburg last weekend. More...

Falcons await football foe

Coudersport is reeling from the one-two punch of the Allegheny Mountain Football League's twin titans, but the Falcons (7-2) are still alive as they set out to defend their back-to-back PIAA District 9 championships. More...

Coudersport gets sweet revenge

Thursday night's win on the home floor was especially pleasing to Coudersport volleyball coach Greg Stone. Most importantly, it kept his Falcons alive in the PIAA District 9 playoffs. More...

ELECTION TUESDAY

Many local offices on Tuesday ballot

CAMERON COUNTY Political observers around Cameron County are forecasting a "fair" turnout for Tuesday's Municipal Election. More...

AREA HOSPITALS' PLIGHT WORSENING

Problems could hamper health care local economies

Problems plaguing local hospitals, including Charles Cole Memorial Hospital in Coudersport and Elk Regional Health Center in St. Marys, could result in reduced health care services and some serious economic blows to area communities. More...

Photo

A juggler was among the entertainers at First Baptist Church's "Light the Night" Saturday. Those attending had participated in games and watched a puppet show that delivered a message about the love of Christ. More...

News

Emporium soldier returns, thanks community for support

Army Staff Sgt. Eric Cool returned to his hometown of Emporium this week to express his appreciation for the support he received while stationed in Iraq with his sister, Army Specialist Jennifer Cool. Sgt. More...

New doctor arrives at Cole

There's an addition to the medical staff at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital in Coudersport. Rafael Meller, M.D., specializes in internal medicine and geriatrics. His office is located in the Patterson Cancer Care Center. Dr. More...

Free health screenings set

Free screenings, influenza and pneumococcal vaccines will be offered as Charles Cole Memorial Hospital hosts the Diabetes/Cardiac Rehab Health Fair on Tuesday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. More...

Potter County News

Potter County candidates discuss taxes, public access

Here's the third and final installment of an interview series with the four nominees for Potter County Commissioner. They are Susan Kefover and Cathy Bowers, Democrats, and Doug Morley and Paul Heimel, Republicans. More...

Potter County residents sentenced for drunk driving

Three Potter County residents were recently referred to the Accelerative Disposition Program by Judge John B. Leete for driving under the influence of alcohol. Steven Lampman, 45 of Harrison Valley was apprehended Jan. More...

Outdoors

Sled dog event this weekend

'Dry-Land' racing returns to Sinnemahoning State Park

Sled dog racing returns to Sinnemahoning State Park in Cameron and Potter counties this weekend. At least three dozen racers from several states will compete in the second annual Canadian- American Sledders Dry- Land Event. More...

Snowmobile 'grass drags' Saturday

Snowmobilers will go head to head for cash prizes during the first Bailey Hill Classic Grass Drags on Saturday afternoon. More...

Elk hunt begins Monday

40 hunters licensed in Pennsylvania hunt

Next week's controlled elk hunt in Cameron, Elk and nearby counties will see 40 hunters going afield, trying to fill their tag between Monday and Saturday. The Pa. More...

Obituaries

Death Notices

Addie Wood Addie Eugertha Wood, 101, of Coudersport, died Sunday (Oct. 28, 2007) at Sweden Valley Manor in Coudersport. Funeral services were held in the North Eulalia Baptist Church, with the Rev. Michael C. Reeves officiating. More...