April 12, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

'PHENOMENAL' TURNOUT FOR LOCAL PADDLING EVENT

Hundreds of people turned out for this year's Cameron County Canoe and Kayak Classic, held last Saturday on the Driftwood Branch of the Sinnemahoning River. More...

Viewpoints

PUBLISHER'S POINT OF VIEW

Five years gone by

Today, the Endeavor turns five years old. Some days it seems like we've been at this a heck of a lot longer; on others, it still seems brand new. We're going to spend a bunch of money on our birthday so you can indulge in more of us! More...

Through An 'Old Timer's' Eyes

Isn't it amazing how fast the weekend seems to fly by? When Friday afternoon finally gets here, you think you have two whole days before you have to go back to the grind. More...

We've got mail!

Cameron County Showcased Editor: It has been one week since I had the privilege of meeting the paddlers who arrived in Cameron County to take part in the annual Canoe and Kayak Classic. More...

Community Life

April 13 - 19 Desigated Animal Cruelty/ Human Violence Awareness Week

Most American households claim pets as a part of their family. Unfortunately, that treatment sometimes extends to domestic violence. Pets can be victims as much as the human family members. More...

Photo

These first, second and third grade Austin Area Elementary students were recognized for keeping their green card for good behavior for the month of March. More...

Raising $$ for brain tumor research

Two former Emporium residents will once again raise money for brain tumor research during Race for Hope next month in Washington DC. Megan Zoschg and Lisa Gillette will participate in the 5K run/walk event on Sunday, May 4. More...

Sports

Local teen preparing for racing season

Cameron County's teenage racecar driver hopes to take the next step as a defending champion entering the 2008 season. More...

Falcons move to 4-0

Coudersport is off to a 4-0 start in high school softball, coming off Wednesday night's 3-0 win over visiting Kane. Pitcher Karli Duffee tamed the Wolves with nine strikeouts while walking just one and scattering four hits. More...

Stavisky signs

Slugger with Lancaster team

Port Allegany native Brian Stavisky, once on the doorstep of major league baseball, is taking a career detour this season. More...

IDEAL CONDITIONS FOR START OF TROUT SEASON

An army of anglers will get their first crack at northcentral Pennsylvania's native trout population, supplanted by thousands of hatchery-raised specimens, on Saturday when fishing season opens at 8 am. More...

BUSINESSES WELCOME ECONOMIC BOOST

While anglers rush around, making last-minute purchases preparing for today's (Saturday's) trout season opener, they will unknowlingly be contributing to what has become one of the area's busiest tourist weekends of the year. More...

News

FIRST OF 'TOWN MEETINGS' HELD

Commissioners hear citizen concerns in Austin

A new tradition in Potter County kicked off Monday night at the Austin Area School, where the Potter County Board of Commissioners drew a full house to their first in a series of "town meetings. More...

ADELPHIA BUILDING SELLS

Sale leaves everyone wondering 'now what'

This week's sale of the former Adelphia Operations Building was described as "the end of an era" by one Coudersport Borough official. More...

'Step back in time' May 5

Cameron County Chamber of Commerce plans to show a home movie from the county's last big birthday party during the next meeting of the Sesquicentennial Committee. More...

Potter County News

OIL, GAS BOOM BEING FELT

Recorder gives commissioners update

Further evidence of a growing oil and gas boom in Potter County was confirmed by Recorder of Deeds Gary Kelsey, as guest speaker during Thursday's meeting of the Potter County Board of Commissioners. More...

Morley, Heimel supporting Stroehmann

Three of the candidates in the crowded race to succeed Congressman John Peterson have shared results of private polls they have conducted suggesting that the trio is distancing themselves from the others. More...

HYPOTHERMIA KILLS CROSS FORK WOMAN

State police based in Coudersport late Thursday night said it was hypothermia that killed a 50-year-old Potter County woman who died last Sunday night. More...

Outdoors

Cold water awaits anglers

This weekend will see an enormous influx of fishermen, giving the region a good economic boost. Northcentral Pennsylvania is second to none in the number of trout anglers attracted for the season opener. More...

Obituaries

Joseph B. Valenti

DECEMBER 9, 1928 - APRIL 6, 2008

Joseph B. Valenti, 79, of Austin, died Sunday (April 6, 2008) at his home. Born on Dec. 9, 1928, in Austin, he was the son of Michael and Frances Dorio Valenti. On Aug. 28, 1954 in Austin he married Alma H. Johnson, who died on July 9, 1993. More...

Death Notices

Rita C. Saix Rita C. Saix, 92, of Crafton, formerly of Austin, died Monday (March 31, 2008). A mass of Christian burial was held at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Austin. Burial was in St. Augustine St. Paul Cemetery in Costello. More...