August 20, 2011 RSS feed / News

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Despite rainy weather, the recent Mountain Thyme Herbal Fair was a success, according to the organizers. More...

Workshop on rural land gas drilling

Farmers and other rural landowners from Potter, Cameron and McKean counties have an opportunity to learn about issues related to Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling during a free workshop later this month in Port Allegany.  More...

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2  What are the odds of a teenaged golfer sinking two holes-in-one, in the same year, on the same hole? Paul Etchepare, 15, pulled off that extremely rare feat on the par-three No. 5 hole at the Emporium Country Club.  105  More...

More camp burglaries

Five more camp break-ins were investigated by state troopers from the Emporium barracks.  More...

Backyard Chickens gaining popularity

Backyard chickens are the latest trend among those seeking sustainable and organic food sources.  Chickens are fairly easy and less expensive to maintain than many other barnyard animals. More...

Business changes hands

An open house is scheduled from 9 am to 5 pm at Always in Bloom, a downtown Coudersport flower and gift shop, which is now under new ownership.  Amy Burrous, an employee of the business for the past 11 years, acquired the business recently from More...

Area news briefs

Rabies clinic today  GALETON – Reduced-price rabies shots are available on Saturday (today) in Galeton from 1-4 pm. Dr. Ronnie Schenkein is administering the shots, assisted by 4-H members, at the John Collins Centertown Park gazebo.  More...