July 11, 2015 RSS feed / News

Keeping up appearances a team effort

Downtown Coudersport brims with colorful flowers, potted plants, shrubs and other greenery that brings the business district to life and otherwise beautifies the town. There are a number of individuals and community organizations involved. More...

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Sarah Cornish, daughter of Kevin and Lovina Cornish of Coudersport, was chosen as top female cadet during the 15th annual Camp Cadet at Mansfield University. More...

THANK YOU!

The Cameron County SPCA would like to thank Ken Lewis for the bags of ice, Dollar General for the water, and Olivett’s Market and the Frito-Lay Company for donating all the food items for our fundraising event held on July 4th. More...

Battle of Bulge victim memorial Sunday

Members of the public are encouraged to attend a special ceremony scheduled for 2 pm on Sunday, July 12.  Members of Carl E. Hyde American Legion Post 963 and others will gather at a bridge carrying Rt. More...

New hearing date in murder case

A murder case that has languished on the docket in Potter County Court may be moving closer to trial.  Catherine L. Miller, 61, is accused of setting a fire that killed her husband in their Harrison Valley home back on Feb. 21, 2014. More...

Cameron County deeds recorded

Following are the real estate transactions recently filed with the Cameron County Recorder of Deeds:  Leslie J. Rutz to James A. McLeod, Shippen Township, $11,500; Daniel E. Miller to Michael E. Kunes, Shippen Township, $62,000. More...

Major courthouse rehab continues

A major work project at the historic Potter County Courthouse has picked up where it left off last summer.  In May 2014, county maintenance crew members found that sections of the wooden windows on the front of the building facing East Second St More...

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Lauren and Kyle Williams sat with their great-great aunt, Tillie Masolotte, who greeted dozens of family members and friends attending her 100th birthday party last Saturday afternoon. More...

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Folk band Burning Tractor performs in front of the Military Wall of Honor at the Coudersport Arboretum Wednesday night as part of a weekly concert series held at that park and the courthouse square. More...

Camp Cadet: 15 years of helping kids

Another successful Northern Tier Camp Cadet concluded last weekend at Mansfield University, where dozens of 12- and 13-year-old boys and girls from Potter, Cameron and Tioga counties came away with heightened respect and discipline, along with a grea More...

Five injured in one-vehicle crash

Five young Emporium residents were hurt in a violent one-vehicle crash last Thursday night on the Rasselas Road in Jones Township, Elk County.  State police said 18- year-old Erin Garrigan was speeding when his sedan went off the road at a railr More...

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Mega-yard sale KARTHAUS – This year’s “100-Mile Yard Sale” is slated for Friday and Saturday, July 17-18. More...

Bikers ride to help others

Motorcycle clubs often get a bad rap as lawless menaces who are always looking for a fight and a beer or -- more often than not -- both.  One local fraternal organization is doing its best to change that perception. More...

First Citizens aquires bank

First Citizens Community Bank is acquiring the assets of First National Bank of Fredericksburg.  First Citizens, headquartered in Mansfield, has consolidated total assets of $930 million and operates 18 full-service offices in Pennsylvania and N More...