November 4, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Annual elk hunt winding down

Pennsylvania’s annual elk hunt is winding down and there’s an easy way to track its results.  More...

‘Nuisance’ elk euthanized; residents upset

Some residents at the upper end of Old West Creek Road near Emporium are up in arms over the shooting of an immature bull elk last week. A frequent visitor to the area over the past two years, the animal was put down after the Pa. More...

Viewpoints

Complex tax question on ballot

(Jim Hertzler, a Cumberland County Commissioner, serves as the chairman of the Assessment and Taxation Committee of the County Commissioners Assn. of Pa.) More...

Correspondence

Stop shale gas propaganda Dear editor: This is in response to the opinion piece in last week’s edition written by Nicole Jacobs, titled “Pa. Medical Society Blew This One.” More...

The Old Timer

As I watched the garbage truck rumble down the road the other day, I got to thinking about all of the waste we generate. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

I think I am safe in saying that everyone reading this column knows that Veterans Day is Nov. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Archery hunters scoring big

I don’t know if I remember an archery season in which so many nice bucks have been taken. It will be interesting to see what the Pa. Game Commission statistics show when that agency releases its report on hunter success and related factors. More...

Watershed group sponsors outdoor photo contest

Upper Allegheny Watershed Association is holding its calendar photo contest. Entries are due by Oct. 31. Amateur photographers are invited to enter nature and conservation-oriented pictures. More...

Zito Media seeks $55M in civil suit

A multi-million-dollar lawsuit filed by Coudersport’s Zito Media against an accounting firm is back on the court docket following a Pennsylvania Superior Court ruling last week. More...

Veterans’ gravestone project grows

Employees at the Level 3 Communications headquarters in Coudersport became the first business affiliate of the Potter County Veterans Gravestone Restoration Project. More...

Scare led to dam improvements

A hidden story behind the rehabilitation of the George B. Stevenson Dam emerged during a dedication ceremony Monday at Sinnemahoning State Park. As it turns out, nearly a century after the Sept. More...

News

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Motorists on U.S. Rt. 6 through downtown Coudersport have begun enjoying smoother sailing as PennDOT’s contractor has begun reopening more parts of a $5 million improvement project. Glenn O. More...

Voters head to polls Tuesday

Voters will head to the polls on Tuesday to fill a host of local elective offices. Despite the impact of these positions on local communities and school districts, voter interest has been lukewarm at best, according to local officials. More...

Veterans Day matters here

Veterans Day remains a significant occasion in small-town America, despite the trends that have diminished the national holiday across the country. American Legion and VFW Posts across the area will be leading a number of events on Saturday, Nov. 11. More...

Community Life

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Nearly 100 people enjoyed an evening of special music at the Galeton Presbyterian Church presented by Mano Divina and the Divine Hand Ensemble, featuring Galeton native Monique Canniere. More...

Area children getting Head Start

Hundreds of three- to five-year-olds in the region are getting a head start on their school years through a federal program that dates back more than a half-century. Head Start has grown from one element of President Lyndon B. More...

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Jill Carlson (right), fund drive chair for Cameron County Community Chest, accepts a $2,420 donation from Northwest Savings Bank office manager Rebecca Pasquinelli. The local bank has supported Community Chest for close to 40 years. More...