October 6, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Silence on natural gas front

Experts say ‘rush’ is imminent; not ‘if,’ but ‘when’

So where’s this “gas rush” that so many people were predicting?  Those same prognosticators are now emphasizing patience, according to an analysis released by the Coudersportbased Natural Gas Resource Center.  More...

Viewpoints

Growing pains well worth it

This year has been good to Endeavor News in so many ways.  In an age where the majority of newspapers are cutting back and even shutting down, we’re adding to our team and setting our sights on new ambitions.  More...

Through An Old Timer’s Eyes

Have you ever stopped to think of the things that have come and gone in your short time here on earth? Just in the last couple years, in the automobile world the Pontiac and the Oldsmobile have gone from the everyday scene. More...

Hunting Is Not A Sport

Dear editor:  Occasionally Endeavor News prints pictures of hunters posing next to animals they have slaughtered or columns from “sportsmen” who express their excitement about going into the outdoors and killing things.  More...

Community Life

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Third-graders at Austin Area School were pleased to receive dictionaries as gifts from Emporium Rotary. More...

Haunted House benefits several non-profits

Cameron County Haunted House will be held on October 18-20 and Oct. 25-27 at the old Admit One building on Fourth Street. More...

College classes offered locally

Area residents can earn credits in certain classes from the respected Gannon University without having to leave the area or enroll as fulltime students.  Classes that will lead to an associate degree in liberal arts or business management are be More...

Sports

Tough luck Raiders fall to 0-5

A frustrating varsity football season continued for the Cameron County Red Raiders with another “one that got away” last weekend in Smethport.  This was anyone’s game before the Hubbers (3-2) caught fire in the second half and More...

Trick play burns Falcons

The old “double pass,” a staple of the Coudersport High School football playbook, came back to haunt the Falcons last Saturday in a crushing 31-30 loss before a homecoming crowd in Sheffield.  Coudersport (1-4) looked to pick up the More...

Powerhouses emerge in volleyball

At the midpoint of the Northern Tier High School Volleyball League, it’s obvious that the championship race has whittled down to two teams.  One of them, Port Allegany, took a big step toward the title by winning Tuesday night’s show More...

County’s ‘pilot’ grant program shot down

Potter County has been shot down in its bid to qualify for a pilot “block grant” program that changes how the state funds human service programs.  More...

Voter ID law struck down

Judge rules costly legislation created hardship for voters

Voters heading to the polls for the Presidential election on Nov. More...

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Another major improvement project was completed at Coudersport Area Recreation Park this week. Earlier, the tennis and basketball courts were renovated. Most recently, contractor Glenn O. More...

Boys/Girls Club set to open Tuesday

Potter County Boys and Girls Club will open for its second year of operation on Tuesday, Oct. 9, at the Alliance Youth Barn in north Coudersport.  More...

News

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An Emporium business, E-Z Rolling, has reopened its doors after shutting down in July due to federal legislation that banned the use of its cigarette rolling machines. More...

County to renovate Grove House

New flooring, lighting, showers among improvements

Two bids have been received by the Cameron County Board of Commissioners from contractors interested in renovation work at the Grove House assisted living facility on Old West Creek Road in Emporium.  More...

Numbers in the News

340 There are 340 species of bees in Pennsylvania and some 4,000 species in North America. More...

Potter County News

Local unemployment rates edged back up in August

Unemployment rates edged back up in Potter and several other counties during August, while holding steady in Cameron.  The seasonally adjusted jobless rate was 9.6 percent in Potter County, up from 8.7 percent in July.  It held steady at 11 More...

Outdoors

Abundant acorn crop will have deer on the move

Autumn has officially arrived and with it the gorgeous display of fall colors that we look forward to each year. More...

Double-feature in elk country

A slowly developing mating season for Pennsylvania’s elk herd shifted into high gear as the calendar page turned to October.  Fighting among the bulls has been common and visitors are hearing plenty of bulls bugling. More...

PGC plans crackdown on ATV violators

A new Game Commission regulation will allow wildlife conservation offificers to address violations of laws covering the unauthorized use of all-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles on state game lands and restricted private property.  More...

Obituaries

Margaret L. Housler

JANAURY 6, 1930 - SEPTEMBER 27, 2012

Margaret L. Housler, 82, of Rich Valley Road, Emporium, died Sept. 27, 2012, at Guy & Mary Felt Manor in Emporium following a lengthy illness.  She was born Jan. 6, 1930, in Johnsonburg, a daughter of Bennie and Mary (Nestlerode) Wennin. More...

Death Notices

Viola M. Dickerson   Viola M. More...