October 24, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

15-40 years for Chapman

An Emporium man convicted of sexually assaulting his young stepson finally faced his day of reckoning Tuesday at the Cameron County Courthouse. More...

State budget mess problem for schools

School districts across the region are now feeling the financial crunch of a state budget impasse.  Several are ready to borrow, hoping that the state follows through on a pledge to reimburse their debt service.  More...

Viewpoints

The Old Timer

Talk in Pennsylvania is that the natural gas business will be picking up sometime next year.  I doubt if it will change the jobless numbers very much.  More...

Down-to-earth solutions

(Kathleen Paul represents Regeneration International, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building a global network of farmers, scientists, businesses, activists, educators, journalists, governments and consumers dedicated to regenerative agricultu More...

State Budget Impasse

Dear editor:  Re: “State budget stalemate impact felt” (Endeavor News, Oct. 10):  I want to point out that Gov. More...

Community Life

November 8 bingo to benefit Volunteers That Care

A bingo fundraiser for the Volunteers That Care organization is planned for Sunday, Nov. 8, at the Coudersport Firehall.  Doors will open at 1:30 and the calling will start at 3. Donors received 15 games for $15. More...

Haunted House back

A Halloween tradition has returned to Emporium this year after a one-year hiatus. “Nightmare on Broad Street” Haunted House will remain open on Saturday, Oct. 24, and Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 29-31 from 6:30 - 10:30 pm. More...

CCC program scheduled

A retired district forester and noted historian will be guest speaker for the Cameron County Historical Society fall dinner, to be held from 6-8 pm on Thursday, Oct. 29, at the Emporium VFW.  More...

Sports

Photo

Coudersport High School nailed down the Upper Allegheny Valley League championship and now looks ahead to the PIAA District 9 Championship Tournament. A 1-0 win over St. More...

Obituaries

Margaret J. Lattin

Margaret J. Lattin, 86, of Coudersport, died Oct. 15, 2015, at Cole Memorial. Born in New Brighton, she was the daughter of John H. and Jean A. (Roser) Karr. She was married to William R. Lattin, who died in 1961. Margaret was a member of St. More...

Donald D. Mix

Donald Duane Mix, 76, of Coudersport, formerly of Shinglehouse, died Oct. 9, 2015, at UPMC Hamot, Erie. Born in Shinglehouse, he was the eldest son of John Dayton Mix and Ethel Pauline Haynes Mix. Mr. More...

Bernice Sprout

Bernice Sprout, 85, of Shinglehouse, died Oct. 16, 2015, in Bradford Regional Medical Center. Born in Columbia, Missouri, she was a daughter of Ernest A. Wren and Dora Bell McClain Wren Huston. In 1945, she married Joseph E. Sprout. More...

Charges filed against probation officer

A veteran Potter County probation officer who is accused of stumbling into a Coudersport family’s home after a night of drinking while off-duty is facing multiple charges.  More...

Hunting Season

Most hunters spend a lifetime chasing a buck like the one Dalton Keglovits of Coudersport harvested on the opening day of archery season. More...

Truck-Lite sold

Move will ‘enhance’ company

One of Potter County’s leading employers, the Truck-  Lite factory in the Coudersport Industrial Park, has been sold.  Company officials confirmed that Truck-Lite Co. More...

Evidence challenged in homicide case

A Cameron County woman facing homicide charges is trying to have the results of blood tests thrown out of court.  Kaitlyn Wolfel, 22, is accused of killing one Emporium man and seriously injuring another last December in an early-morning car acc More...

Banner year for Community Foundation

A banner year for the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers (CFTT) was celebrated Saturday night at the Ulysses Firehall. More...

News

Ski park’s future to be unveiled

Plans for the future of Denton Hill State Park will be unveiled by the Pa. Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) during a public meeting in mid-November. More...

Man claims confession drug induced

An Elk County man’s quest to withdraw his guilty plea to a burglary charge and have the case proceed to trial remains hung up in Cameron County Court.  More...

‘Harley’ exposes puppy mills

One of this year’s American Humane Society “hero dogs” was a tiny, one-eyed chihuahua named Harley.  Little Harley spent the first 10 years of his life in a cramped cage at a puppy mill. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Volumes have been written in Endeavor News about “elk tourism,” which tends to peak each year in late September through mid- October.  Karen and I made our annual foray a little later than usual this year, unsure what we would find.& More...

Hunting those ‘ghost deer’

When you’re perched in a tree stand, you have a lot of time to think and to observe. More...

Larry’s sponsors big game contest

Larry’s Sport Center has launched its popular Big Game Contest, now in its 22nd year.  Hunters from Pennsylvania and New York are eligible to enter deer or bears, whether they’re taken by bow or gun. More...