June 18, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Board hires new super at CCSD

Cameron County School Board has hired Dr. Keith Wolfe as superintendent, closing a five-month search for a new leader of the 650-student district. His threeyear contract calls for a $120,000 annual salary plus benefits. More...

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Cameron County Conservation District celebrated 50 years of environmental stewardship and assistance to farmers last weekend at Andrews Farm in Emporium. More...

Viewpoints

A eulogy for our mother

(My dear mother died last Sunday. Her service is today. This is the eulogy I wrote in her honor). More...

The Old Timer

Congratulations to all the kids who made it through high school. For some, school was easy. For others, it was not. Either way, that story won’t appear on the diploma. More...

Community Life

Births

Emalee Ruth Allen   Daniel and Natasha Allen of Ulysses welcomed a daughter born May 10, 2016, at Cole Memorial Hospital. Emalee Ruth Allen weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces, and joins siblings David, Sage, Seth and Abigale. More...

Golden Anniversary

George & Eunice Hults

George and Eunice Hults are Coudersport institutions, so it’s no surprise that their golden wedding anniversary was a special occasion. More...

Cameron County High School honor roll

Cameron County High School announced its honor roll for the final marking period of the 2015-16 school year. More...

Obituaries

Judy A. Hooftallen

JUNE 7, 1946 - JUNE 12, 2016

Judy Ann Hooftallen, 70, a lifelong resident of Austin, died Sunday, June 12, 2016 in Cole Memorial Hospital following a lengthy illness. More...

Death Notices

Jane S. Dugan   More...

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Cameron County residents gathered together in downtown Emporium Wednesday evening to pay tribute to the victims of the tragic shooting in Orlando last weekend. More...

Seneca sets stage for drilling

Resources has reworked an arrangement with the Texas firm that’s fueling its shale gas production in Cameron, McKean and Elk counties. As a result, the company plans to drill dozens of additional deep wells in the region. More...

Statewide honors for Will Hunt

A Potter County employee has received statewide honors for excellence. Will Hunt, Potter County Planning/GIS director, was chosen among his peers from the Pennsylvania GIS Professionals Association for this year’s Excellence in GIS Award. More...

Relay for Life this weekend

More than $1 million has been raised for the fight against cancer and support of its victims since the Potter County Relay for Life was launched some 22 years ago.  More...

News

‘DockDogs’ returning to Coudersport

A popular canine sport show, DockDogs, returns to Coudersport next Friday and Saturday, June 24-25. The organization will set up its display and competition course at the Kightlinger Motors tent sale promotion, along Rt. 6 (Port Allegany Road). More...

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Galeton Masonic Lodge held another Emergency Responders Appreciation Night, which included a program on the history of firefighting, law enforcement, and emergency medical technicians. More...

Student gives back to school

An Austin Area School District student with strong desire to give back to his school and favorite teacher is asking for help to achieve his goal of renovating a classroom before students return in September.  More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Trout fishing is king in northcentral Pennsylvania, but there are some opportunities for bass anglers. Its season opener, June 18 this year, is considered the kickoff of summer for many. More...

Inside the Outdoors

Bitten by the fly fishing bug

I was thinking back this week to the day I became a bona fide fly fisherman. Like many 12-year-olds, I liked to fish, but I didn’t understand much about the sport. More...

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Approximately 200 area young people descended on Bucktail Rod and Gun Club for the 62nd annual Drum and Henry Fishing Derby. More...