October 24, 2015 RSS feed / 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...

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Crash course for township offifficials

About 75 township supervisors and other local officials attended Saturday’s annual convention of the Potter County Association of Township Officials at the Coudersport Golf Club.  A jam-packed agenda covered numerous changes in laws, respo More...

Top Moose honor for Galeton man

Only one in 250 members of the Loyal Order of the Moose attains the fraternal and service organization’s highest honor, the Pilgrim Degree of Merit.  One of them was honored earlier this month at the Galeton Moose Lodge. Robert Martin Jr. More...

Pink Ribbon 5K

Cole Foundation will hold its Pink Ribbon 5K Walk/ Run and Kids’ Fun Run to support local cancer patients on Sunday, Oct. 25. More...

Former cop headed to court

Sexual abuse charges against former Emporium police officer Frank Johnson are heading to Cameron County Court after defense attorney Gary Knaresboro of DuBois announced his client was waiving his right to a preliminary hearing.  More...

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A new hair-styling boutique has opened in Emporium. 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...

Area news briefs

Murder appeal denied   RIDGWAY -- Nicholas Martin’s murder conviction and life imprisonment will stand, following a recent appeal hearing in Elk County Court. Judge Richard Masson rejected a claim by defense lawyer George N. Daghir of St. More...

Pitching in to improve downtown Galeton

A number of people have been pitching in to improve the appearance of downtown Galeton.  Pete and Jean Folk were recently commended for planting and caring for the flowers in the many Galeton Rotary Club benches and flower boxes surrounding the More...

Benefifit dinner today

A chicken and biscuit dinner will be held Saturday, Oct. 24 (today), from 4-7 pm at the Emporium Firehall as a benefit for Cole Artman, son of Adam Artman and Alyse Nystrom of Emporium. Cost is $8.00 for adults and $4.00 for age 7 and under. More...

Driver faces host of charges

A Roulette man is facing criminal charges after allegedly driving under the influence of controlled substances with two children in his vehicle.  State police report that Christian G. More...

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Like many rural ambulance organizations, the Coudersport Volunteer Ambulance Assn. faces serious financial challenges. American Legion Post 192 pitched in by donating $1,500. More...

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Cameron County High School will honor marching band seniors and their families during halftime of the Oct. 30 football game against O-E. More...