July 18, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Blood Donations

Community Blood Bank of Northwest Pa. More...

Financial woes for ambulance service

Financial problems continue to trouble Cameron County Ambulance Service.  More...

County helping boroughs boost downtowns

Outside help has been recruited to help bring vitality to some of Potter County’s business districts.  Potter County Board of Commissioners last week agreed to a request from all five boroughs in the county to retain a downtown development More...

Viewpoints

Corporate Greed Targeting Arboretum

His name is Joseph S. Sheetz, CEO of Sheetz Inc. I suppose to those in the upper hierarchy of corporate America he’s probably known quite simply as Joe. More...

The Old Timer

I am fascinated by trivia. More...

Importance Of Reading

Dear editor:  Potter County Early Learning Team has been sharing ideas that parents can use to make sure their child becomes a successful adult.  More...

Community Life

Townwide Yard Sale date announced

Coudersport’s Townwide Yard Sale will be held from 8 am to 5 pm on Saturday, Sept. 5, in conjunction with Labor Day weekend. Format will be similar to prior years. More...

Cameron County Fair schedule announced

Cameron County Fair opens for its week-long run on Sunday, Aug. 2. As always, there will be no admission charge and parking will be free.  New this year is an Agriculture Night, showcasing the area’s rich lumber heritage.  More...

Photo

Emporium VFW Post 6221 recently held a swearing in ceremony for newly elected offi- cers. More...

Obituaries

Jeremy W. Sprouse

Jeremy W. Sprouse, 36, of Ulysses, died July 10, 2015, at Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport. He was born in Coudersport, the son of Carl III and Pam Phillips Sprouse. More...

David E. Snyder

David E. Snyder, 67, of Rich Valley Road, Emporium, died July 10, 2015, at his residence. He was born in St. Marys, a son of Eugene and Norma Carlson Stebich. He graduated from Cameron County High School and Penn State University. Mr. More...

Richard J. Keaton Jr.

Richard J. “Dickie” Keaton Jr., 45, of Galeton, died July 10, 2015 in his home. Born in Coudersport, he was the son of Richard J. and Janice I. Williams Keaton.  More...

Dollar General gets go ahead; Sheetz: no

Opponents have 10-day grace period for objections

Two controversial land developments proposed in Coudersport Borough appear to be going in opposite directions, following Wednesday night’s Borough Council meeting.  Council voted unanimously to turn down an offer of more than $200,000 from More...

‘Doe’ licenses going fast; sales continue

Antlerless deer hunting license applications are still being accepted by county treasurers, continuing a ritual that dates back many decades.  More...

Ski season doubtful at Denton Hill

While state officials have not formally thrown in the towel on the 2015-16 ski season at Denton Hill State Park, there is little chance the resort will be open.  Toeing the company line, Pa. Dept. More...

Community rallying for baby Cole Artman

A Cameron County business and two service organizations are going to bat for a local family facing major medical expenses.  Seven-month-old Cole Robert Artman requires delicate surgery and therapy in Pittsburgh. More...

News

WWII casualty memoralized

A World War II soldier who lost his life in support of the famed Battle of the Bulge was memorialized Sunday near his childhood home.  Family members, friends and others from the community gathered on Rt. More...

Painting Party

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Domestic Violence Awareness Day

A large turnout is expected for Domestic Violence Awareness Day on Saturday (today) in Roulette.  More...

Potter County News

Potter County Fair opens next weekend

Free admission, free parking and a wide array of entertainment await people who attend the 79th annual Potter County Fair, which opens for a seven-day run on Sunday, July 26, at the Millport fairgrounds between Coudersport and Shinglehouse. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Welcome to the “dog days of summer.”  It can be a tough time for humans, as well as wildlife.  It was once believed that northern pike lost their teeth during the summer. More...

Fishers are here but often misidentified

It all happened so fast. More...

Teen leaves legacy at vistas

Teenager Ryan Brennen has left his mark on scenic vistas in Cameron County and other parts of the Elk State Forest.  The St. More...