October 4, 2014 RSS feed / Outdoors

Monarch butterfly sparks appreciation of nature

For centuries, man has pondered certain mysteries of our natural world.  How one views the inexplicable phenomena of nature may be based on his knowledge of science, his religious beliefs, or a combination of the two.  More...

Free programs at Elk Visitor Center

Another round of public programs concludes this weekend at the Elk Country Visitor Center in Benezette, Elk County. There is no charge.  This weekend, a unique program on shade-grown coffee, with samples, will be held on Satruday at 3. More...

Gated roads set to be opened

Elk State Forest will open seven of its gated roads for one week during the early muzzleloader season, starting on Saturday, Oct. 18. More...

Helping disabled land jobs

Cameron County Commissioners heard a detailed summary of programs that help the disabled gain and maintain employment at this week’s meeting.  More...

Elk tourism success story assured for decades

As we close the door on another September, we realize what a major economic and social force “elk tourism” has become.  Its epicenter is the appropriately named Elk County, but the elk herd also has a major presence in Cameron County More...

Sinnemahone 50K foot race on tap October 18

Plans are coming together for the second annual Sinnemahone 50k Race, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 18.  Over 50 competitors from across the U.S. and Canada have entered the event and organizers expect several more to sign up. More...

Youth pheasant hunt October 11

Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities is preparing for its annual Youth Pheasant Hunt, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. More...

Cameron County real estate transfers

Following are the real estate transactions recently filed with the Cameron County Recorder of Deeds:  More...