April 25, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Wildfires char area Forests

Dry conditions and high winds led to a busy weekend for area firefighters when a number of wildfires broke out across the region. More...

Natural trail plan progresses

For several years, community leaders have discussed options for developing and maintaining a trail on the former railroad grade leading from Mitchell Park and the Coudersport Community Swimming Pool to Rt. 872 on the town’s eastern border. More...

Viewpoints

Largest tax increase in Pa. history

(Bob Dick is a policy analyst for the Commonwealth Foundation, a conservative-leaning free market think tank.)

Gov. More...

The Old Timer

Dr. More...

Meeting on illegal dump sites May 5

A clean-up of illegal dump sites in Potter County is moving forward, under the auspices of the Potter County Conservation District.  Palmira Miller of the Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) was recently appointed as liaison between Tenness More...

Community Life

Acts sought for summer ‘Music on the Square’ series

Coudersport Rotary Club is searching for volunteer musical acts to showcase their talents during the upcoming Music on the Square series.  More...

Photo

Sue Smith (left) of the Coudersport Senior Center accepts a check from Amber Neefe Fowler. More...

Host families needed

Coudersport Rotary Club is looking for people to host Jacqueline Celestino, a 17-year-old exchange student from Brazil who will be spending the 2015-16 school year in the district.  Rotary furnishes health insurance, spending money, as well as o More...

Photos

  Warm weather and clear skies greeted area anglers on the opening day of trout season last Saturday. Water conditions were somewhat high and fast, but plenty of anglers found success— even some of the younger ones. More...

Levee project resuming

A new construction season brings a new round of progress on Coudersport Borough’s ongoing levee rehabilitation project. The borough is under the gun to bolster its levee on the Allegheny River and Mill Creek so they can be federally certified. More...

Maple Festival next weekend

Maple Festival time is nearing, which means that Coudersport will soon be abuzz with activity. Changing tastes, travel habits and the passage of time have not eroded the popularity of the sweet celebration. More...

News

Frightning new drug trends

Two disturbing drug abuse trends have officials across the region grasping for solutions.  Alcohol and marijuana remain the most-abused drugs, as they have for decades. More...

Heimel seeks re-election as county commissioner

Paul W. More...

More signs of natural gas activity

Gas drilling is on the increase in Cameron County, mostly taking place on the thousands of state forest acres surrounding the county’s population centers.  A Pa. Dept. More...

Obituaries

Loretta J. Berger

MARCH 20, 1932 - APRIL 18, 2015   More...

Randall L. Schwab

APRIL 24, 1947 - APRIL 15, 2015   More...

Andrew L. Kulp Sr.

Andrew L. “Butch” Kulp, Sr., 70, of Roulette, died April 17, 2015, at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Born in Pottstown, he was a son of Andrew B. and Lydia A. Roediger Kulp. In 1964, he married Betty J. Ruth. More...