April 15, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Legion Post names ‘Citizen of the Year’

Winner of this year’s American Legion Post 192 Citizen of the Year Award is Potter County Commissioner Paul W. Heimel. More...

Viewpoints

Does clean water matter to you?

(Adam Garber is deputy director of PennEnvironment, a statewide environmental advocacy group.) It was refreshing to see a story titled, “Potter County takes unprecedented measures to protect water,” in your April 8 edition. More...

Correspondence

Bad Public Policy   Dear editor:  Activities such as fishing, hunting and hiking are deeply embedded in our lifestyle.  More...

The Old Timer

I wonder how many people remember the Irving Berlin song. “The Easter Parade?” Opening lyrics went like this: “In your Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it, you’ll be the grandest lady in the Easter Parade.” More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

“Good fishing” is something to be measured by the experiences gained, and not the weight of your creel or stringer. One could argue that any kind of fishing is, by definition, good. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

First day trout encounter

The morning was breaking as the boy approached his favorite stream with the usual excitement that the opening day of trout season brings. There was a freshness in the air. Steam-like fog rose lazily from the stream surface. More...

Increase in ‘doe’ license sales

A major increase in antlerless deer license sales across northcentral Pennsylvania was approved by the Pa. More...

Obituaries

Carolyn A. Berfield

JUNE 14, 1953 - APRIL 8, 2017

Carolyn A. Berfield, 63, of Coudersport, died April 8, 2017 in her home.  Born June 14, 1953, in Roswell, New Mexico, she was the daughter of Robert F. and Geraldine Thomas Potocek. On June 19, 1971, in Coudersport, she married Allen D. More...

Kenneth W. Gee II

MAY 15, 1968 - APRIL 11, 2017

Kenneth W. Gee II, 48, of Coudersport, passed away at his home on April 11, 2017, with his family by his side.  Born May 15, 1968 in Coudersport, he was the son of Kenneth W. More...

Death Notices

James E. Baker More...

Despite obstacles, ‘Classic’ a safe success

A nother year and another successful Canoe and Kayak Classic is in the books for organizer Randy Bailey and the collection of resilient paddlers who participated. More...

Pool fund soars to $115,000

Momentum continues to build for the Coudersport Community Swimming Pool renovations, although swimmers will have to be patient.  Borough officials have confirmed that the pool will not open this year and the 2018 season is in doubt. More...

Maple Fest schedule

After more than a half-century of steady growth, the Potter- Tioga Maple Festival brings back its most popular attractions this year along with some new ones.  A preliminary schedule has been released for the May 5-6 event, being sponsored by Co More...

News

Workshops planned at Artisan Center

Registrations are still being taken at the Potter County Artisan Center for a series of workshops to promote local arts and crafts as well as marketing options. They’re slated for Tuesdays from 7-9 pm. More...

Lucas at CCCC

Musician Glenn Lucas will be appearing at the Cameron County Christian Center on Tuesday, April 18, from 6 to 9 pm. He’ll perform music that celebrates the Christian faith with a mix of gospel and country.   More...

Emporium Health Clinic expanding

Keystone Rural Health Clinic in Emporium will soon be expanding.  Hallstrom Construction of DuBois is contractor on the $650,000 project, which will add 1,000 feet of much-needed floor space. More...

Community Life

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First Citizens Community Bank has donated $500 to the Galeton Development Corporation to support a study of the failing dam on the West Branch of Pine Creek. More...

Specialist joins Cole Hosp.

A new ear, nose and throat specialist has joined the staff of Cole Memorial Hospital.  Dr. More...

New anesthesiologist at Cole

Dr. Sarah Sorlien recently joined anesthesiologists Christan Caramia and Phong Nguyen in the surgical department at Cole Memorial Hospital. More...