October 1, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

New library plan on course

More than two years have passed since trustees of the Coudersport Public Library unveiled plans to build a new library on property located adjacent to the current structure.  More...

Viewpoints

Clearing the air on pollution

(Daniel J. Weaver is president and executive director of the Pa. Independent Oil & Gas Assn.)   More...

Correspondence

Cleaner than what? Dear editor: I need to respond to the commentary (“Shale gas not clean-burning”) by the Clean Air Council spokesperson. More...

The Old Timer

Computer hackers are stepping up their attacks. Politicians and athletes are their latest victims. These sneaky villains probably already have the power to shut down our power grid and financial structure. More...

Sports

Falcons host Hubblers on Homecoming

Friday, October 7, 2016 • CARP • Kickoff - 7PM

Homecoming means many things to many people.  For alumni, it’s a chance to return home and reconnect with old friends, enjoy the crisp fall weather and rekindle memories of a less complicated time.  For today’s students, it&rsqu More...

2016 Coudersport High School Homecoming Royalty!

  ANNIE CHAMBERS Annie is the daughter of Jennifer and Mark Chambers. More...

Rail trail in Potter County?

One of the region’s top tourist attractions is the Pine Creek Trail, which runs from Stokesville in Tioga County some 62 miles to Jersey Shore. More...

Officials warn of ‘sextortion’

Predators who surf the internet and frequent social media websites have long posed a threat to young children and adolescents.  More...

Long-awaited Main Street project begins

After months of anticipation, reconstruction of Rt. 6 through downtown Coudersport began this week with preparations for infrastructure improvement. More...

Reprieve for Austin Catholics

Five months after the St. Augustine Catholic Church in Austin was threatened by a regional consolidation effort, congregation members are breathing easier.  More...

News

Warm welcome for JV Bank

Merger of First National Bank of Port Allegany with Juniata Valley Bank (JVB), which took effect last December, has been progressing well according to Joe Lashway, JVB’s senior lending officer specializing in commercial lending and business dev More...

Emporium streets set to be paved

Several streets in Emporium will be repaved in the coming weeks. Emporium Borough Council announced at its recent meeting that bids for repaving work are being solicited. Contractors’ deadline is Oct. More...

West Creek Rec trail work continues

Work has begun on the next phase of the West Creek Recreation Trail.  The Cameron County Commissioners last week retained Thomas McKimm Jr. as inspector for expansion of the trail from Moore Hill to Rathburn. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Many species of birds, including ducks, geese, songbirds, and those gorgeous hummingbirds, have been making their migration southward toward milder wintering grounds. More...

Opening day archery adventure

With the archery deer season opening on Oct. 1, experienced bowhunters have already scouted their options and plotted their strategies. Each season, I look forward to adding another adventure to my own storehouse of memories. More...

Falling Leaves outdoor festival continues

While the weather forecast is calling for the possibility of rain, Coudersport’s Falling Leaves Outdoor Show is still scheduled to continue through Saturday evening at the courthouse square in Coudersport.  More...