July 27, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

More charges filed in drug, explosives case

An Emporium man arrested last April for multiple felonies during a domestic disturbance call is facing more serious charges, according to Emporium Borough Police.  Police have filed a number of new charges against Donald A. More...

Viewpoints

My Side

Museum not so ‘little’

Cameron County’s Little Museum in Sterling Run is open for the season. We have more than 15,000 items on display, including an extensive photo collection covering the entire county. More...

Viewpoint

My family had an 84th birthday dinner for me out at the steakhouse and it reminded me how much I have changed. Our three sons and their wives joined Shirley and me. More...

Our Plight

Dear editor:  More aides and housekeepers are needed to relieve our underpaid and overworked staff.  More...

Galeton News

Hunt still on for Galeton doctor

Galeton is still without a family doctor, as Charles Cole Memorial Hospital continues to recruit one for its Galeton Health Center.  More...

Trooper Knight addresses Galeton Rotary Club

Recent news developments involving high-profile criminal cases and drug arrests have resulted in growing public interest about Pennsylvania’s laws and individual rights.  Trooper Mike Knight from the Pennsylvania State Police station in Wi More...

Community Life

Photo

Potter County’s Dairy Princess found a tempting way to promote dairy products by serving ice cream at Kaytee’s Family Restaurant in Coudersport. More...

Artwork sale fundraiser for Eastmans

Emporium photo artist Rick Allen is sponsoring a fundraising effort to help a local cancer patient. He is selling original black and white metallic prints in support of Laurie Eastman, who is battling a rare form of cancer.   More...

Cameron County reunion planned Sept. 29

Plans are falling into place for a unique reunion in Cameron County.  Students of retired high school music teacher Sue Anne Beveridge will gather from 1-3 on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 29, at the high school auditorium for a special program. More...

Sports

PM ‘Juniors’ advance in tourney

Potter-McKean qualified for this week’s Pa. Junior League (ages 13-14) state baseball tournament at Seneca with a sweep of the Section 3 Junior League Tournament last weekend in Shinglehouse.  More...

Photo

The foursome of (from left) Mike Fowler, Harry Hooftallen, Scott Lewis and Donny Ayers, coined the ‘Austin Sugar Shanty’ team, carded a 12-under par to capture first place in the 14th ann More...

Successful Quarterback Club tournament

More than a half-dozen lettermen from the Cameron County High School football team joined their new head coach, Mike Kunes, as eager volunteers during the second annual Red Raiders Golf Tournament at the Emporium Country Club.  More...

Charges dismissed in rape case

Several felony counts against Joseph W. More...

Red carpet treatment for Korean War vets

Lt. Col. Dennis Snelling from the U.S. Defense Department was featured speaker during a well-attended Korean War Veterans Recognition Dinner and Memorial Service Saturday at American Legion Post 192 in Coudersport.  More...

Grant saves Austin School District– for now

Austin Area School District received a one-time check from the state to ease a financial crunch that still must be addressed in the long term.  More...

News

Man killed on Route 6 in pickup truck crash

A McKean County man was pronounced dead at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital following a one-vehicle crash Monday evening on Rt. 6, west of Coudersport. State police at Denton Hill identifi ed the victim as Samuel James, 43, of Port Allegany. More...

Numbers in the News

14 Gasoline prices are rising, as forecasted by economists in June. More...

Area news briefs

Fall Festival planned ULYSSES -- Ulysses is planning its annual Fall Festival for Saturday, Sept. 7, beginning at 9 am. Vendor space is available. For details, call 848-9782. Parade entries, including floats, are being accepted.  More...

Potter County News

Local abolitionist had link to Lincoln

Release of the blockbuster movie, “Lincoln,” has renewed interest in the archives of a local abolitionist, Arthur George Olmsted. More...

Volunteers to care for Civil War tombstone

A worldwide veterans’ organization has volunteered to help care for the modest tombstone of a Civil War hero in a small Potter County cemetery. More...

62nd Woodsmen’s show next weekend

One of the oldest and most successful tourist draws in northcentral Pennsylvania returns for its 62nd running next weekend. More...

Outdoors

Protecting, restoring what we truly cherish

Recent editions of Endeavor News have carried stories and photographs about the legacy of the 2006 Norfolk Southern train crash and lye spill near Gardeau.  More...

Youth nature camp

Area youths have an opportunity to explore the world of natural wonders during a twoday program focused on stream and wetland environments and the aquatic life that calls those areas home. More...

NWTF banquet

Cameron County Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will host a “hunting heritage banquet,” open to the public, on Thursday, Aug. 8, at the Emporium VFW.  Doors open at 5 pm. More...