February 26, 2011 RSS feed / News

Attention political candidates

At Endeavor News, we see holding public office as a service to our communities— even the positions for which the officers are paid.  This year there are several key county-wide and muncipal offices up for election in literally every munici More...

‘Fat Tuesday’ feast March 8

Austin United Methodist Church will present its fifth annual “Fat Tuesday” feast on March 8 from 3:30 pm to 6 pm at the Austin Firehall.  More...

Property tax/rent rebates now available

Applications for Property Tax/Rent Rebate program are being accepted through June 30.  Eligible participants can receive a rebate of up to $650 based on rent or property taxes paid in 2010.  The program benefits eligible Pennsylvanians who More...

Banquet honors Austin volunteers

Members of the Austin Volunteer Fire and Ambulance companies last Sunday entertained a full house during their annual corporation dinner held at the firehall.  Highlight of the evening was a 20- minute video that flashed through hundreds of phot More...

Tuesday deadline for ‘Homestead Exemption’

Homeowners in who want to qualify for reduced school taxes have until Tuesday to apply for the Homestead Exemption, which requires school districts to cut real estate taxes on owner-occupied homes.  In short, if you own the property in which you More...

Charged with selling stolen drugs

A Galeton woman is facing multiple charges for allegedly stealing prescription medications and selling them.  State police have arrested 57-year-old Yolana Dusik for taking thousands of dollars worth of pain-killers from a 72-year-old man and ma More...

Opening more land to hunting

A program geared toward opening more private land to hunting and improving wildlife habitat is being developed by the Game Commission. A public comment period remains open in the proposed Voluntary Public Access and Habitat Incentive Program.  More...

Tri-Town volunteers celebrate pride, professionalism

Pride and professionalism were the twin themes as more than 135 people crowded into the Ulysses Firehall last weekend for the Tri-Town Volunteer Fire and Ambulance annual recognition dinner.  More...

Natural gas tax/fee still uncertain

There’s no consensus in Harrisburg on how – or whether – to impose a tax or fee on production of natural gas in Pennsylvania. More...

NEAT NUMERALS

These numbers are in the news.

2  Despite the constant media focus on cancer, it remains the No. 2 killer in America, trailing heart disease by a large margin. More...

Area news briefs

Drug dealing alleged  KANE – A part-time resident of the Kane area has been charged as a key figure in a Westmoreland County cocaine distribution network and his mountain hideaway off Rt. More...

Cameron County Fair Association request

Cameron County Fair Association requests that all premium winners from the 2010 fair cash their premium checks or return them, either by contacting a member of the board of directors or mailing them to P.O. Box 345 in Emporium.  More...

AHS to be involved in town celebration

Austin Area School students will have a special opportunity to learn about history, immigration, civics, cultural differences, engineering and other subjects -- right in their own back yard.  More...

Cameron County honor roll

Cameron County High School has announced its honor roll for the second marking period of the 2010- 11 school year.  High Honors  Grade 7: Logan Clingan, Anna Lewis, Crystal Sams and Trae Smith.  Grade 8: Paul Etchepare and Noemi Pons.& More...