October 20, 2012 RSS feed / News

National magazine publishes man’s touching tribute to wife

(Editor’s Note: Potter County native Wade Smith, now of Port St. Lucie, Fla., submitted this story to Performance Horse Digest as a tribute to his wife Michelle, who was grieving the loss of her beloved horse. More...

Defendant ruled incompetent

A complicated criminal case brought against an Emporium man, 41-yearold Todd M. Marlin, has taken on a new twist. More...

Commissioners: no plans yet for spending ‘impact fee’

Cameron County Commissioners gave no indication at this week’s meeting of their plans for spending more than $122,000 they’ll be receiving as the county’s cut from the new shale gas drilling impact fee.  Most county officials a More...

State police investigating convenience store scam

A con man pulled off a scam at a convenience store in Potter County. State police from Denton Hill advised area merchants to be on the alert after the man paid for merchandise at a store in the village of Genesee with a $100 bill. More...

Numbers in the News

38 There was not a great rush in local voter registration offices as the deadline for eligibility to vote in the Nov. More...

Area news briefs

Water shortage ST. MARYS – St. Marys Area Water Authority last week urged customers to refrain from non-essential water uses due to a continual drought. Officials said levels at the Laurel Run Reservoir are low and they continue to drop. More...

Cole Hospital introduces new leaders

A slate of leaders who will guide Charles Cole Memorial Hospital for the next year was announced during the institution’s 46th annual corporate meeting.  The 2012-13 board of directors is being chaired by Randall Headley. More...

Expanded EMS at athletic events

Cameron County School Board approved an amended contract with Cameron County Ambulance Service that allows for expanded standby coverage at school athletic events.  CCAS has provided first responders for football and basketball games. More...