April 11, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

End of an era at Grove House

An institution of Cameron County for more than six decades will soon be shutting its doors. Grove House, an assisted living facility that has served the community since 1946, will cease operations in the coming months. More...

Viewpoints

When loyalty’s gone, so are small towns

Small town American is dying. Not exactly a news flash, I know.  If you’re reading this, more likely than not, your town is perishing right before your very eyes. Businesses are disappearing. People are disappearing. More...

The Old Timer

Can you imagine living in California, which is going dry? Without water, there is no life, and that state sure has a lot of lives at stake. With our world’s population expected to double by 2050, we need to find some solutions.  More...

Correspondence

Teach Them Early   More...

Obituaries

Justin M. Cannon

Former Coudersport resident Justin M. Cannon, 25, of Hulmeville, died February 13, 2015, at his residence. Born in Levittown, he returned downstate in 2004 and was a 2008 graduate of Neshaminy High School. He was an employee of Waste Management. More...

Peter J. Inzana

Peter J. Inzana, 90, of Genesee, died April 2, 2015, in Hamot Medical Center, Erie. Born in Brockway, he was the son of Peter and Lena Petruzzi Inzana. In 1974 he married Jeannette M. Dunham. More...

Laurie G. Kellogg

Former Shinglehouse resident Laurie Gene Kellogg, 44, of Twin Falls, Idaho, died March 31, 2015, in Boise, Idaho, after suffering a stroke. Born in Coudersport, he was a son of Gerald A. and Sharon J. Stewart Kellogg. More...

How’s your health?

Good news, bad news for Potter, Cameron counties in health study

Cameron County has twice as many smokers as the statewide average.Potter County has some of the highest obesity rates and teen pregnancy rates in the state.Yet, Cameron is ranked 15th among all 67 counties in the broader analysis of overall health, w More...

Overdue memorial for local, fallen soldier

Spc. Stiles bridge dedication April 16

A young man from Coudersport who lost his life in the Vietnam War will have local bridge named in his honor during a dedication ceremony at 11 am on Thursday, April 16.  The Rt. More...

News

Long ‘to-do’ list in Emporium

Emporium’s infrastructure is in need of a lot of work, but the price tag for local taxpayers is unknown.  At last month’s Borough Council meeting, Borough Manager Don Reed detailed three of the projects on the drawing board. More...

County inks contract for flyover

Aircraft will be buzzing Potter County soon, taking thousands of aerial photographs. More...

Ohio man drowns in local river

A disabled Ohio man who was on a camping trip with two of his brothers and a family friend drowned after he fell from a railroad trestle into Sinnemahoning Creek in Cameron County last Saturday.  More...

Community Life

Photo

  Coudersport Area Chamber of Commerce continued its “Cash Mob” project with simultaneous events at two locations, Looking Glass Gift Shop (shown) and Cole Care, on the campus of Cole Memorial Hospital. More...

Cole Hospital responds to diabetic trends

Diabetes touches many lives and in ever-increasing numbers.  Cole Memorial Hospital has responded by expanding its Diabetes Education Program.  More...

Stressing ‘healthy steps’

Some 80 senior citizens attended the Healthy Steps For Older Adults Program hosted at the Coudersport Senior Center by the Potter County Area Agency on Aging, Sweden Valley Manor and Cole Memorial Hospital.  The injury-prevention program was led More...