May 9, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Lumber Museum grand opening

It’s been years in the making, but next weekend will mark the official unveiling of a renovated and expanded Pennsylvania Lumber Museum on Rt. 6 in central Potter County. More...

Methanol leak near Wharton

A methanol leak near Wharton was contained by employees of National Fuel Gas Supply Corp.  About 4,000 gallons of the substance that’s used to prevent freezing in natural gas lines leaked onto the ground from tanks at a storage field about More...

Viewpoints

Better way to handle DUI cases

A recent Endeavor News article told of the Potter County criminal justice restructuring program being chosen for a statewide award. More...

The Old Timer

Mother’s Day is here. If you are blessed enough to have a mother, tell her you love her and give her a big hug. More...

What is ‘My Side?’

Endeavor News believes the free exchange of ideas benefits the community.  My Side is a column for you, the reader. People with information to share, strong opinions on public issues or tales to tell are encouraged to submit essays.  More...

Homicide hearing postponed

Defendant arrives without an attorney

A woman accused of killing one Emporium man and seriously injuring another last December had her preliminary hearing continued for a second time due to her failure to obtain a lawyer.  More...

Mobile wifi launched

Wireless ‘hot spots’ for Zito customers

Coudersport- based Zito Media has taken another step to establish itself as a player in the fast-changing world of communications technology.  More...

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Prodding lawmakers for relief

Rural legislators working Harrisburg scene

Leaders of the Pennsylvania State Land Tax Fairness Coalition returned home Thursday with some encouraging news for rural property owners. More...

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School budget: tough decisions

Budget challenges and cost-cutting measures dominated discussions at Monday’s Cameron County School Board meeting. The district’s proposed 2015-16 spending plan still has a $200,000 deficit.  More...

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A nationwide pledge campaign for high school juniors and seniors to stay free of alcohol and drugs on prom night kicked off locally last week at Cameron County High School. More...

Colorful CCC performances on tap

A traveling Civilian Conservation Corps historian and entertainer, Bill Jamerson, will be giving two local performances. More...

Community Life

Cooking for crowds

Non-profit, volunteer-run groups that prepare food to be served or sold to the public must be sure that the food is safe.  A workshop to help those handling and preparing food for large groups is scheduled for 6 to 8:30 on Wednesday, June 17, at More...

Births

Kaleb Robert Duell   More...

New grad

Anna McJunkin, daughter of Rev. Evon Lloyd, Coudersport, is graduating from Baldwin Wallace University in Ohio with a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in drama.   More...