August 22, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Tax delinquent properties on web

Potter County Tax Claim Bureau (TCB) continues to work with property owners who have failed to pay their real estate taxes, as officials prepare for the annual statemandated “upset sale.” More...

Old Hickory Lanes facelift underway

Slowly but surely, the Old Hickory Lanes bowling center on North Main Street in downtown Coudersport is being brought back to life.  Tom Victor, of Olean, N.Y., obtained the property last December after a series of negotiations that included the More...

Old Hickory

Roof and drainage repairs were the task being addressed by Tom Victor of Olean, N.Y., as he gradually works on bringing Old Hickory Lanes back to life. More...

Viewpoints

The Old Timer

Have you noticed that common courtesy is not too common these days?  More people than ever are out for themselves and could not care less about basic politeness and respect for others.  More...

Cargiver "balancing act" With Dementia

(Lana Barth is a registered nurse care manager with the Cole Memorial Hospital Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit.)   More families are helping to care for loved ones who live with dementia. More...

Human Cruelty

Dear editor:  In response to the article, “Animal cruelty alleged,” on the front page of Endeavor News, I would like to make my own allegations -- not of animal cruelty, but of human cruelty.  I believe the reader will see my al More...

Community Life

Back to school blues

Back to school can be a stressful time for everyone in your household, including your pets. Adjusting schedules to accommodate school days and after-school functions can cause anxiety. More...

Announce Engagement

Amy Hixenbaugh and Benjamin Russell of Coudersport are happy to announce their plans to be united in marriage on Saturday, Sept. More...

Austin scholarships

Community Foundation of Northcentral Pennsylvania awarded five scholarships to students from the Austin Area High School.  More...

Music festival at iconic dam site

‘Dam Show’ next weekend

Organizers of this year’s Dam Show have announced the performer lineup for the two-day music festival, slated Aug. More...

Church effort not enough for DEP

A Coudersport church censured for violations of environmental regulations on wetlands in west Coudersport has been given additional time to restore the area to its former condition.  More...

Small victories for incarcerated Rigases

Eight years after John Rigas and his son, Tim, began serving federal prison sentences of 12 and 17 years, respectively, the two continue to fight for vindication. More...

New learning program expands

Austin Area School District faculty members and other educators from across the region recently took part in a interactive workshop designed to expand on their involvement in a cutting edge curriculum known as “project-based learning” (PB More...

Breastfeeding Month

Pediatricians and other Maternity Department staffers at Cole Memorial Hospital have added a new twist to their observance of August as National Breastfeeding Month. More...

News

Bringing down the house

Changing times, financial constraints and lack of consensus dating back several years were among factors prompting Cameron County School District to demolish a vacant home adjacent to the district’s campus in Emporium.  More...

Deeds fifiled in Cameron County

Following are the real estate transactions recently filed with the Cameron County Recorder of Deeds:  More...

Free Backpacks

Cameron County Christian Center will distribute free backpacks for kids headed back to school today (Saturday) from 10 to noon. Backpacks are new and will contain essential school supplies.   More...

Potter County News

Murder case bound over to court

Justice has proved elusive in a murder case that has languished on the docket in Potter County Court.  Some 18 months have passed since 61-year-old Catherine L. More...

Photo

Nam Knights of America M/C donated $900 to the Cameron County Sheriff’s Department to help cover the cost of a new taser. More...