July 11, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

Show approaching!

A celebration of music and other fine arts in a festival atmosphere is on tap for July 24-25 as The Dam Show returns for its seventh running. More...

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Suzan Paisley, aide to Rep. Martin Causer, stands in front of the building which houses Causer's new office, at 107 South Main Street in Coudersport. More...

Viewpoints

BRIGHT SPOT IN ECONOMIC GLOOM

(Tataboline "Ta" Brant is small business ombudsman for the Pennsylvania Wilds, a statesponsored tourist marketing campaign. She can be contacted at tbrant@pawilds.com. More...

Through An Old Timer's Eyes

Watching the Independence Day fireworks display made me wonder what was going through my brother's mind. He spent a couple hundred days on the front lines in WWII without a break as they battled the Germans for Italy. More...

Letters to the Editor

Coudersport School Choices To the editor: Kami McManus's letter (Endeavor News, June 27) was interesting to read at first glance. Since I have not been keeping up on local happenings in Coudersport, I've missed out on a lot. More...

Community Life

Kennels: Choose Wisely

Sometimes, it just doesn't make sense to take your pet on vacation, no matter how much you would like to. More...

Dr. Laurore joins Cole Memorial team

Charles Cole Memorial Hospital has announced the addition of Max Laurore MD, who joins the obstetrics/gynecology practice of Dr. Celso Backes. Dr. More...

Morris promoted at First Citizens Bank

First Citizens National Bank recently appointed David G. Morris of Coudersport to the position of vice president and business development officer. Before joining First Citizens, Morris was the chief lending officer for the Bank of Canton. More...

Sports

Fifth inning propels Emporium

Austin gave the Emporium Alle-Catt Amateur Baseball League team all it could handle until midway through Sunday's game, when the roof caved in for the visiting Panthers. Emporium (7-1) went on to score an 18-2 victory. More...

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Several racecars circling the oval at the Woodhull (N.Y.) Raceway on Saturday night, July 25, will carry special messages of support for an Austin girl. More...

Basketball clinic slated in Austin

A basketball clinic will be held at the Austin Area School on Sunday, July 19, through Thursday, July 23, from 5-8 each night. It's open to boys and girls going into grades 3- 9. Cost is $5.00 per player. More...

MAJOR ISSUES TO BE DISCUSSED DURING AG TOUR

Potter County's annual Agriculture Tour and Picnic will be held on Thursday, bringing together members of the agricultural community with local and state leaders to promote a better understanding of issues facing today's farmers. More...

Chamber to take part in business expo

Cameron County business leaders are joining in on a regional strategy to revitalize the economy of central Pennsylvania. The approach is based on the recognition that county boundaries are irrelevant in the search for employers. More...

RENOVATION, TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE PLANNED AT HEALTH CENTER

More than a half-million dollars from the federal economic stimulus package is coming to Emporium for renovation of the Cameron County Health Care Center. More...

DEP official to meet with Gas Task Force

An official from the Pa. Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) will be guest speaker at the next meeting of the Potter County Natural Gas Task Force, to be held at 7 pm Tuesday, July 14, at the Gunzburger Building. More...

County officials watching state budget stalemate

County officials, as well as state employees, are monitoring developments with the state's 2009-10 operating budget as the stalemate continues in Harrisburg. More...

News

Meeting to focus on Earned Income Tax restructuring

All township and borough officials are encouraged to join school district leaders and the Potter County Commissioners for an important meeting to be held on Thursday, July 23, starting at 6:30 pm. More...

GRANT WILL BENEFIT UNINSURED

Representatives of Charles Cole Memorial Hospital and the George A. and Margaret Mee Charitable Foundation gathered at the hospital's Emporium Health Center on Wednesday for presentation of a grant from the foundation. More...

Meth lab awareness training July 29

Rural areas are frequently targeted for the manufacture of methamphetamine, an illicit, harmful and addictive street drug that remains popular because of its ready availability and low cost. More...

Potter County News

Property transactions filed

Recent property transactions filed with the Potter County Recorder of Deeds were as follows: • June 23, Kenneth P. Ayers to Richard M. Harding, Summit Township, $165,000; James P. Chalmers to Alan M. Acker Tr., Abbott Township, $43,900. More...

Education Council opportunities upcoming

Potter County Education Council and the Community Education Council of Elk and Cameron Counties are working on a plan to provide nursing education through distance learning provided by Lock Haven University. More...

Outdoors

Encounter with elusive fisher

It all happened so fast. More...

'Doe' license applications accepted on Monday

A new era in antlerless deer license sales will dawn on Monday and the Pa. Game Commission and county treasurers say they're ready. More...

DMAP opportunities on state forest land

Deer hunters will find greater hunting opportunities in some state forest areas through an arrangement between forest managers and the Pa Game Commission. More...

Obituaries

Death Notices

Marian Lancaster Marian A. Lancaster, 94, formerly of Syracuse, N.Y., died July 3, 2009 at Guy and Mary Felt Manor, Emporium.Burial was in St. Marys Cemetery, DeWitt, N.Y. Barnett Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. More...