February 4, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Downtown Route 6 project to resume in April

Reconstruction of U.S. Rt. More...

Special protection for streams

Eight more headwater stream sections in Potter County will be protected from degradation – under penalty of law – following action last month by the Pa. Fish & Boat Commission (PFBC).  More...

Viewpoints

Work-a-holics take note!

(Jason Fried is co-founder and CEO of Basecamp, a web application and business consulting firm.) Lately, I’ve been hearing something that disturbs me. More...

Correspondence

GOP Controls Pa.   Dear editor:  Elections have consequences. In Pennsylvania, last November voters elected a veto-proof Republican majority in the Senate and an enhanced majority in the House. More...

The Old Timer

Do kids these days play “spin the bottle?” When I was a young guy, that exciting game might get you a quick smooch with the girl of your dreams. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Politics and environmental regulation are an interesting mix. Without question, there are troubling signs in the early days of Donald Trump’s presidency. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Elegy for American beech tree

I have a lot of cherished memories of being with my father during my first hunting seasons after turning 12 years old.  I shot my first deer after climbing in the dark more than 1,000 feet in elevation to get to the top of the mountain.  More...

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Students from the Cameron County 4-H Youth Air Rifle program are taking aim at next month’s regional competition in St. Marys. They will vie with shooters from six other counties, hoping to qualify for the next round. More...

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Another successful Fly Fish Film Tour was held last weekend at the Coudersport Theatre and Hotel Crittenden. Seneca Chapter of Trout Unlimited hosted the film series and fly-tying demonstrations. More...

Reprieve for PC Jail

A proposal by McKean County to establish a regional jail has hit a roadblock in Potter County.  While Potter County Commissioners Doug Morley, Paul Heimel and Susan Kefover took no formal action on the issue – which could result in the Pot More...

Good ‘cemeterian’ bringing vets’ gravestones back to life

Hundreds of veterans’ grave markers scattered across Potter County have become difficult, if not impossible, to read. The county’s Veterans Service Committee is investigating an ambitious plan to rectify the situation. More...

News

LH: new director, new plan

A Clearfield County woman with extensive experience in tourist promotion has been appointed executive director of the Pennsylvania Lumber Heritage Region. Holly Komonczi succeeds long-time director Mike Wennin of Cameron County, who retired in July. More...

Driller cited after inspection

JKLM Energy, the only shale gas driller that’s active in Potter County, was recently cited by the Pa. Dept. of Environmental Protection for a minor infraction at a well site in Ulysses Township. More...

Winter Festival next weekend

A Winter Festival is scheduled for the Feb. 10-12 weekend in Emporium. It’s a joint effort of the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce and a local business.  More...

Community Life

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Galeton Rotary Club’s newest member is no stranger to public service and a very familiar figure in the community. Vince Miller (left) receives his membership pin from president Buddy Sutton. More...

Struggling cemetery receives donations

Eulalia Cemetery Assn. More...

LEPC elects officers

Cameron County Local Emergency Planning Committee returned its officer slate for the new year. Members re-elected Adam Johnson as chairman; Kevin Johnson, treasurer; and Laura Narby, secretary.  More...

Sports

Brady, Patriots small favorites in Super Bowl

We’re picking the Patriots by a touchdown

Everybody’s talking about “artificial intelligence” and the unbridled power of computers. More...