April 29, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

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Downtown Coudersport’s Rt. 6 reconstruction project and related work remain on schedule for completion by Thanksgiving. More...

Manufacturing seen as solution

Anyone who knows Ken Gerg will affirm that he’s not shy about sharing his opinions. More...

Viewpoints

Supported by the ‘Healing Waters’

(Retired local dentist Dr. 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

Bad Year For Ticks   Dear editor:  As a person with a strong desire to explore the wonderful, natural habitat of Pennsylvania hiking -- and with my bicycle -- this spring, summer and fall, I am concerned about tick disease.  For the si More...

Community Life

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Galeton’s Goodyear Hose Company held its annual appreciation banquet at the local Moose lodge with some 80 attendees. Awards were presented to members reaching service milestones.  More...

Cameron County lists third period honor roll

Cameron County High School announced its honor roll for the second marking period of the 2016-17 school year.  More...

Austin Girl Scouts support animal rescue

Austin Girl Scouts hosted some special guests last week. In appreciation for the girls’ support, representatives of the Potter County Animal Assistance Project paid a call and brought along two special rescue cats. More...

Seeing gold in black skies

Businesses and agencies in the Galeton area are seeking to capitalize on the popularity of the Cherry Springs State Park Dark Sky preserve by building the community’s image as a gateway to the attraction. More...

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Aliyah Solveson (left) scored this impressive 24.5-pound bird in Bradford County last weekend during the special spring gobbler season for junior hunters. She was selected for an expense-paid “Hunting Trip of a Lifetime” by the Pa. More...

Tax hike expected in Cameron County

Cameron County property owners can anticipate a real estate tax increase next year if the state’s 2017-18 budget -- still under negotiation – survives its current form. More...

Celebrating maple heritage

Northcentral Pennsylvania’s maple syrup heritage will be celebrated next weekend, with two days of events marking the annual Potter-Tioga Maple Festival in Coudersport. More...

News

Workshops slated at Artisan’s 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.  Theresa Welsh will conduct a Mother’s Day Paint and Party class on Tuesday, M More...

Larry’s to offer tribute performances

“Tribute bands” performing music of the legends are a dime a dozen, but a select few of them are gifted and respected as true musicians. More...

Real world learning at Austin School

Austin Area School students continue to use the skills they’ve been acquiring through innovative educational opportunities in real-world situations. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

This year’s Earth Day observance included the usual politicians’ news releases on the ugliness of littering. More...

ELK WATCHER'S JOURNAL

DeBerti’s legacy: 1K healthy elk

You never know what you’re going to see in Pennsylvania elk country. Like snowflakes, no two adventures are alike.  Recently I could hardly contain my laughter as I observed a massive 800-pound elk using its back hoof to scratch its ear. More...

State forest tour Sunday at park

Susquehannock State Forest will be hosting its annual forest management/habitat tour on Sunday, April 30, starting at 9 am at Sinnemahoning State Park Visitors Center.  Tour will conclude at 2 pm. More...