November 7, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Public forum sheds light on ‘sexting’

Most parents don’t have a clue what their teenagers or even younger kids are doing with their mobile communication devices.  If they did know, they’d be appalled.  Those were among the messages emerging from an eye-opening publi More...

New blood in Cameron County offices

Official count awaited on two close contests

A new commissioner will be seated in Cameron County next year, following Tuesday’s Municipal Election.  Defeat of long-time incumbent Glen Fiebig in the Republican primary last May set the stage for Lori Reed’s ascent.  More...

Viewpoints

Straight talk on state budget

(Erik Randolph is a senior fellow for the Commonwealth Foundation, a conservative organization in Harrisburg.)   What’s the largest spending increase in Governor Tom Wolf’s budget proposal?  More...

The Old Timer

There is a common theme between the Endeavor News that comes in my mail each week and the local daily newspaper, the Arizona Republic. More...

Minimum Wage

Dear editor:  I recently attended a legislative issues forum, during which the some members of the state legislature answered questions about a variety of topics.  Rep. More...

Obituaries

Bernadine E. Nuschke

JULY 16, 1929 - OCTOBER 28, 2015   More...

Paul N. Ahearn

AUGUST 1, 1929 - NOVEMBER 4, 2015   More...

Death Notices

Dale C. Connelly   More...

Tax fairness group presses case

Leaders of the Pennsylvania  State Land Tax Fairness  Coalition are making another run at gaining more support in Harrisburg.  More...

Still no meeting on Denton Hill future

There’s still no date set for a public meeting on the future of Denton Hill State Park.  More...

Incumbents have big day in Potter

Republicans rolled while write-in candidates were resoundingly rejected by Potter County voters in Tuesday’s Municipal Primary.  With just over four in 10 registered voters turning out, most of the incumbents in countywide positions were u More...

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UGI Utilities continues a major natural gas line project in Coudersport Borough. More...

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Citizens & Northern Bank is supporting the Cameron County Ambulance Service with a $500 donation to help offset the organization’s projected operating losses in 2016. More...

No decision on Sheetz options

Coudersport Borough Council heard specifics Wednesday night on several options to accommodate expansion of the Sheetz convenience store while preserving the adjacent Coudersport Arboretum.  The forum was held for discussion, with no action sched More...

Local shopping promotion Nov. 28

Many retailers and restaurants in Emporium have signed on for a special holiday sales promotion right after Thanksgiving.  Cameron County Chamber of Commerce is spearheading the “Shop Small” promotion, to be held on Saturday, Nov. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

I waited the better part of a year for the opening day of the October muzzleloader hunting season.  Breezes were predicted to be light and variable. Such was not the case. These winds were not at all light. More...

Answering that ‘call of the wild’

We all have those moments when we want to just get away. It’s not always a need to escape. More...

Farmland Preservation program

Farmers across Pennsylvania face mounting pressure to sell their acreage for real estate development or other non-farm uses. The loss of a farm often creates a ripple effect with negative economic, environmental and social consequences.  More...