December 22, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

ENDEAVOR'S HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

The offices of Endeavor News and its printing partner Copy Katz will operate on a staggered schedule through the holidays. We will close today (Saturday) at 4 pm and stay closed until Friday, Dec. 28. More...

Viewpoints

Tackling a 'weighty' problem

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Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Ol' Man Winter made prisoners of most of us last weekend and made the fireplace the only cheerful thing around our house. The first snowflake brought out the soup kettle and my wife worked her magic that kept a warm glow in my tummy. More...

Major changes coming to Driftwood

Construction of a new bridge in the southern Cameron County borough of Driftwood will have major implications for the community. More...

Potter County News

Artist donates works to ADMA

A Potter County artist with an appreciation of history has donated one of his works to the Austin Dam Memorial Assn. The colorful painting of the ruins of the Bayless Dam is on display in the ADMA room at the E. O. More...

42 Jeeps, 95 people registered in QIDC

Quehanna Industrial Development Corp. members reported that its recent Jeep Dice Run was a success, with 42 vehicles and 95 people registered. Evan Park from Snow Shoe won the high score plaque. More...

Genealogy club airing movie

Cameron County Genealogy Club will honor the memory of former club member Sandra Lyon with the showing of a family research-related movie at a meeting next month. The History Channel's "Family Tree" will be playing at 10 am Jan. More...

Outdoors

Late-season opportunities

Many outdoor enthusiasts have put away their gear until springtime. However, outdoor opportunities abound for those who are willing to venture afield this time of year. More...

Seasons open again Dec. 26

Hunters and trappers have a mixed bag of seasons from which to choose. They have their pick of deer, snowshoe hare, ruffed grouse, squirrel, cottontail, pheasant, coyote, beaver and other furbearers, crows, doves and waterfowl. More...

Gobbler bonus tags on sale Jan. 1

Beginning Jan. 1, Pennsylvania sportsmen and women who would like to harvest a second spring gobbler may apply for a license. Hunters are able to take one spring gobbler as part of their general hunting privileges. More...

HOLIDAY FESTIVAL HERE TO STAY

Organizers of the O Little Town Christmas Festival in Coudersport termed Saturday's second annual observance a success. More...

COUNTY REAL ESTATE TAXES HOLD

Cameron budget: $7.4M Endeavor News Cameron County's budget is prepared and poised for final approval on Dec. 31. More...

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Cameron/Elk Mental Health /Mental Retardation honored outgoing commissioners Pat Rodgers and Tony Moscato for their commitment to the agency. They received clocks as parting gifts. James Moate photo More...

News

JC PENNEY: APPEAR TO HEART

Rescue attempts galvanize Coudersport

Efforts to save the JCPenney store in Coudersport continue. Chamber of Commerce members Tuesday got a preview of the video appeal produced by a local citizens' group in an effort to keep JCPenney open. More...

Photos

Pizza Palace Plus' Dave Smith was at it again Wednesday, out in the community sharing his profession. He spent an hour with students at Woodland Elementary School, showing them how he tosses fresh dough. More...

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After putting on a play, "Bryce's Christmas Wish," as their senior project, Cameron County High School students Sarah Moate (left) and Brittany Gennocro donated the proceeds, $200, to the Salvation Army. More...

Community Life

Area Birth Announcements

Mary Annmarie Dibble Michael and Jodi Orner Dibble of Port Allegany welcomed the arrival of a daughter born Dec. 10, 2007, at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed eight pounds, four ounces and has been named Mary Annmarie Dibble. More...

New doctor

Charles Cole Memorial Hospital has announced that Ashok Kumar, M.D., is now providing pain management services at the hospital. More...

Honor students named

Woodland Elementary School in Emporium has announced its honor students for the first marking period of the 2007-08 school year. High Honors 5th Grade: Haley Abriatis, Erin Clancy, Catherine Caldwell and Kendyl Shaffer. More...

Sports

Coudersport boys dodge bullet

Falcons' hopes of unbeaten season still alive

There's talk among fans of an extremely rare undefeated regular season for the Coudersport High School boys' basketball team. It has happened only three times in school history. More...

Falcons notch wrestling win

"It was nice to put one in the win column," was coach Thad Taylor's reaction to Coudersport's 36-24 victory over visiting Sheffield in an abbreviated varsity wrestling match Tuesday night. More...

Austin girls back on winning track

High school basketball

Austin bounced back from its first girls' high school basketball loss by burying visiting Ridgway Thursday night, 42-17. "I was pleased with the way the girls responded to our first defeat," said Panther coach Dick Logue. More...