December 7, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Drug bust followed months of investigation

Police: bust will have ‘significant impact on flow of bath salts’

Elements of the case against Hope McManigle on drug and weapons charges are spelled out in court records recently made public.  More...

Seneca still has big plans

With the shale gas business being very lucrative and increasingly competitive, companies are understandably tight-lipped when it comes to their plans.  But one of the bigger players in the region, Seneca Resources, has been a bit more forthcomin More...

Viewpoints

Silent killer welcome here?

(Don Konkle is executive director of the Pennsylvania Fire Services Institute and a retired chief of the Harrisburg Bureau of Fire.)   More...

Correction

A sentence in the guest editorial appearing in the Nov. 30, 2013, Endeavor News by the Rev. Evon Lloyd in consultation with Dr. More...

Viewpoint

I went to the doctor a couple of weeks ago for my quarterly checkup. More...

Community Life

‘Friends Serving Friends’

Friends Serving Friends is planning their 5th annual free Christmas dinner on Christmas Day, Wednesday, Dec. 25 from 4-7 pm. at the Aroma Cafe in Emporium.  Meal reservations are not required, but are appreciated. More...

Christmas cantata to be presented Dec. 15

A Christmas cantata will be presented at 10 am on Sunday, Dec. 15, at the Park Methodist Church in Coudersport, during a combined worship service of the Methodist and Presbyterian churches. More...

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Coudersport High School Players recently put on a presentation of ‘70s classic, “Grease” at the high school auditorium. More...

Outdoors

Draw of nature creates lifelong memories

God didn’t create man to live inside. He instilled within us a need and desire for the wild. More...

Bounty on coyotes being considered

Wily coyotes are cropping up more frequently all across the region, despite an open hunting season.  Some state lawmakers want to offer another incentive for humans – the coyote’s only effective predator – to kill the animals: More...

Corn for winter wildlife feeding

Sinnemahoning Sportsmen’s Association will once again distribute corn for winter wildlife feeding. Supplies can be obtained on Saturdays beginning on Jan. More...

County backs hospital’s bond reissue

A resolution passed with little dialogue at last week’s meeting of the Potter County Board of Commissioners paves the way for Charles Cole Memorial Hospital to cut its indebtedness linked to some major upgrades.  More...

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David Brooks doesn’t just talk about the outdoor adventures available to tourists in his native Potter County -- he lives them. More...

Shale gas assessment: behind the numbers

Don’t be fooled by what seems like slowdown in shale gas development in the region. That’s the advice of Patrick Henderson. More...

Steve Manginell named Director of Veterans Affairs

Steve Manginell was named as Cameron County Director of Veterans Affairs, succeeding the recently retired Floyd Keefer in the part-time position.  More...

News

New jury selection process in place

Changes in Cameron County’s jury selection procedures will take effect in January.  More...

No tax increase in Cameron County budget

A budget of $7.4 million to operate the county government received preliminary approval at last week’s meeting of the Cameron County Board of Commissioners. More...

NUMBERS IN THE NEWS

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Potter County News

Let there be lights!

A path from downtown Austin to the school provides a safe route for students and a pleasant recreational walkway for townspeople. But, over the years, vandalism has taken a toll on the safety lights along the way.  More...

Cross country walker leaves legacy

Phil Cihiwsky isn’t the first person to walk from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic, so his name will not appear in any record books.  But the impact of his crosscountry odyssey is significant. More...

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Students in Coudersport Elementary School learned about military traditions and service during library class. More...

Sports

Good things in store for CC boys

Despite the loss of three starters to graduation, hopes are high for the Cameron County Red Raiders boys’ basketball team.  Coach Jon Songer has one of the tallest players in recent Northern Tier League history in six-foot-eight junior Nat More...

Hathaway’s team a winner

Former Coudersport High School football coach Brendan Hathaway has enjoyed success in turning around a slumping football program at Slippery Rock High School.  In his inaugural 2010 season, the squad posted a frustrating 0-10 mark. More...

Rebuilding mission for CC girls

Cameron County enters the 2013-14 girls’ basketball season as somewhat of a mystery to its traditional foes.  Coach Dave Sullivan’s Red Raiders were 10-4 in Northern Tier League play last year and caused the NTL heavyweights some anx More...