March 19, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Psychiatry returns to Potter County

Parnership to offer ‘face-to-face’ services

Face-to-face psychiatric services will soon return to Coudersport, part of a partnership involving Potter County Human Services (PCHS), Dickinson Center Inc. and the Bradford Guidance Center.  More...

Twelfth Maple Weekend going on now

Maple syrup producers have struggled through another disappointing season, but they’re fully ready for this weekend’s 12th annual Maple Tours. More...

Viewpoints

Playoff system blatantly unfair

(Chris Rossetti is former sports information director at Clarion University who now manages several websites, including a popular regional scholastic sports site, d9sports.com.)   Anger, disappointment, sadness. More...

The Old Timer

You can’t teach an old dog new tricks. That explains why I have such a hard time with the whole computer experience. I have a new keyboard and a new mouse. More...

What is ‘My Side?’

Endeavor News believes the free exchange of ideas benefits the community.  My Side is a column for you, the reader. People with information to share, strong opinions on public issues or tales to tell are encouraged to submit essays.  More...

Community Life

Busy month planned at Coudersport Library

Coudersport Public Library is expanding its celebration of National Library Week (April 10-16) into a month long observance.  It kicks off with a movie matinee, featuring the film “Goosebumps,” at 10 am on Saturday, April 9, for elem More...

Endowment fund

Latest endowment fund to join the Community Foundation of the Twin Tiers will provide a sustainable source of revenue for the Coudersport Public Library.  More...

‘Type none’ diabetes

Two young diabetes victims and their families are joining a global campaign dedicated to support research to eradicate the disease. Their theme is, “Let’s Turn Type One into Type None!”  More...

Obituaries

Cynthia G. Crumrine

Cynthia G. “Cindy” Crumrine, 64, a lifelong resident of Austin, passed away with her loving family by her side on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 in Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, after a short illness.  More...

George W. Anderson

MARCH 30, 1931 - MARCH 11, 2016

George W. More...

Carolyn M. May

Carolyn M. May, 86, of Emporium, died March 12, 2016, at Penn Highlands Elk in St. Marys. She was born in Coudersport, a daughter of Victor and Sophena Eick Moffitt. More...

Another downtown building bites the dust

Another building and adjacent lot in downtown Coudersport is now in the hands of a littleknown organization, registered as the Housing Opportunities Corporation.  The former Bruzzi Cleaners on South Main Street will be coming off the tax rolls a More...

Same sex weddings test judges

Three local judges ‘opt out’ of performing marriages

Judges across the region have taken divergent stands on the issue of same-sex marriages.  A federal district court ruling striking down Pennsylvania’s ban was celebrated by some as a major victory for equal rights, but the reaction among o More...

Judge denies Wolfel pre-trial motion

Judge   Richard Masson has denied a motion to suppress evidence in the case of a former Emporium woman accused of killing one man and gravely injuring another almost 15 months ago.  More...

News

Voters signing up; deadline looms

Interest in the Presidential election is generating modest voter activity in Potter and Cameron counties, even though party politics have slipped to an all-time low.  Voters have until Monday, March 28, to register, change party affiliation or r More...

Austin: hope for main street?

Two and one-half years have passed since a blueprint now being called the Potter County Multi- Community Downtown Revitalization Project began to take shape.  With two paid consultants onboard, the plan has plugged along with fluctuating buy-in More...

Federal marshals nab former area man

A former Emporium businessman is behind bars after being apprehended in Limestone, N.Y. John Raspatello, 62, was found hiding in a camper near U.S. Rt. 219 by members of the U.S. Marshal’s Western Pennsylvania Task Force.  More...

Potter County News

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Potter County’s record-breaking Special Olympics athlete received national recognition last week. U.S. Rep. More...

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Northern Potter High School students recently took part in the Model United Nations Conference held at St. Bonaventure University. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Some people like to study weather forecasts. More...

Antlers: PGC got this one right

It’s not easy for a layperson to understand the Pa. Game Commission’s rationale for prohibiting hunters from killing bucks with small antlers.  More...

Where the rubber hits the road

Wildlife management is one of the most far-reaching and controversial topics in the Pennsylvania Wilds.  Those with an interest in the complex issues have a rare chance to meet with three influential policymakers and share their concerns on Sund More...