December 17, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

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North Pole type weather didn’t deter residents and visitors from celebrating Christmas in the Wilds in downtown Emporium last weekend. Breakfast with Santa at the firehall kicked off the annual affair. More...

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In a race against the clock Saturday at Emporium’s Shurfine Food Mart, Kendra Graham made the most of her opportunity to fill her cart with $500 worth of groceries in five minutes. More...

Legion scholarships can help with college costs

American Legion Post 192 is reaching out to area high school students with opportunities to help them with college expenses. “This money just stays on the table if nobody applies,” said Post 192 adjutant Parsell. More...

Viewpoints

Shameful waste of food

(Allyn Rosenberger is a senior at Georgetown University and a research intern for Food Tank, an organization dedicated to changing people’s eating habits and reducing hunger worldwide). 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...

Correspondence

More On Brinks Gang Dear editor: Thank you for the story in last week’s edition about Coudersport’s connection to the famous Brinks Robbery of 66 years ago. More...

Community Life

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Local American Legion and Auxiliary representatives joined their counterparts for a weeklong visit to veterans’ care homes across Pennsylvania, bringing gifts and cheer to their residents. More...

Christmas Eve candlelight ceremony

Shinglehouse’s Dusenbury family, operators of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, will hold its 10th annual Memorial Candlelight Ceremony at 5 pm Christmas Eve. More...

Veterans’ discount program continues

Potter County’s Veterans’ Discount Program observed its first anniversary with mixed results.  Other Pennsylvania counties have adopted Potter’s program as a model, but the participation levels locally could be higher, accordin More...

Compression station fire contained at Williams

An explosion and roaring fire at the Williams Gas Company compression station in Wharton Township on Monday afternoon remains under investigation. More...

Pension crisis hits CCSD hard

Pennsylvania’s public pension crisis is taking a big toll on the Cameron County School District.  At this month’s meeting, an accountant informed school board members that the district is on the hook for $15.5 million as its share of More...

Letter sounds alarm for Ambulance Association

As Cameron County Ambulance Service observes the 50th anniversary of its founding next year, the organization is sounding an alarm about its financial plight. More...

‘River of the Year’ hopes for Allegheny

A Potter County native has gone back to his roots as he leads an effort to promote the preservation of Allegheny River – and you can help.  Wes Ramsey, a 1971 graduate of Coudersport High School now living in Youngsville, is a leading advo More...

News

Band joins Pearl Harbor parade

Members of the Cameron County High School Marching Band recently returned from a memorable trip to Honolulu, Hawaii, where they performed in the Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade.  They were part of an honors band that represented the state during a More...

Visitors Assn. enters new era

Potter County Visitors Association (PCVA) is preparing for the new year, which will likely see the organization reinvent itself as a local events sponsor and promoter.  Nothing is going to change until July 1, according to a spokesman, so PCVA i More...

Cameron County real estate transactions

Following are the transactions recently filed with the Cameron County Recorder of Deeds:  Luke F. Losey to Kevin B. Lunn, Emporium Borough, $79,500; Jeffrey J. Kennedy to Shawn R. Meals, Lumber Township, $55,000; Marie McGee to James M. More...

Outdoors

Deer study entering final year

A five-year study of deer movements and related topics in Potter and four other counties has already produced some interesting findings and there is still one more year to go. More...

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

It’s hard to find the perfect Christmas present for a typical outdoor lover. We know what we like and many of us are rather set in our ways. Here are some suggestions for those of you who may be befuddled. More...