November 11, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Election drama in Coudersport, Genesee

Potter County’s results from last Tuesday’s Municipal Election will not be available for several days, due to a mish-mash of write-in campaigns and other complexities. More...

Zimmer wins Emporium mayoral race

A smattering of interesting local government races dotted the ballot across Cameron County, where slightly more than one-third of registered voters participated in Tuesday’s Municipal Election. More...

Viewpoints

Especially today, newspapers matter

(Mark Cohen is president of the Pennsylvania News Media Association.)   Another National Newspaper Week has come and gone. More...

Correspondence

PMS got it wrong Dear editor: I agree with the editorial in your Oct. 28 edition by Nicole Jacobs (“Pa. Medical Society blew this one”). More...

The Old Timer

On the way home from supper at the pizza shop I observed the moon shining in all its silver glory. That brought back many memories of old love songs from the cobwebs in my mind. More...

Community Life

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Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities director Don Bickford and Emily Embrick of Sizerville State Park gave a presentation on one of nature’s most misunderstood animals, the bat.  More...

Veterans Day activities around the area

American Legion and VFW Posts across the area will be holding a number of events on Saturday, Nov. 11, in observance of Veterans Day.  Cameron County Vets Club in Emporium will be hosting a Veterans Day dinner. More...

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Coudersport High School graduate Molly Cary is carrying on a family musical tradition, both as an educator and a performer. More...

Ride of hope on horseback

Canadian makes local stop on epic journey

A man, a horse and a mission intersected with a hospitable Potter County couple recently.  Chris MacLuckie, 43, left Rockingham, Canada, on Sept. 4 with his horse Roxy, enroute to San Andres, Guatemala. More...

CenturyLink seals deal on Level 3

Future of the former Level 3 Communications workforce and facilities is uncertain in the wake of news that CenturyLink has completed its acquisition. More...

Local school ratings: proceed with caution

Report cards are in for thousands of public, charter and cyber schools in Pennsylvania. Interpreting the latest School Performance Profiles (SPP) is no easy task. More...

News

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Members of the Generations Club and the Galeton Moose Riders, Bryan Forney and Rich Tobias (front, l. to r.), accept a $500 donation from the Galeton Moose Riders Club in memory of Jeremy Sprouse. More...

Emporium pool study group planned

Cameron County School Board members are looking to residents, businesses and local organizations to partner with the school district for operation of the community swimming pool. More...

Galeton Holiday Festival Nov. 25

Another Galeton Holiday Festival is in the works. Activities being organized by the Galeton Chamber of Commerce are scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 25, highlighted by a 3 pm parade and a visit from Santa at the Collins Park band house from 3:30 to 6. More...

Potter County News

Deeds recorded in Potter County

Following are recent real estate transactions filed with the Potter County Recorder of Deeds: More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Many of us are spoiled by too many years of hunting a plentiful deer herd, too many days of seeing double-digit numbers of brown forms sneaking through the woods. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

This hunting tip makes no scents

Any experienced hunter knows that deer have a keen sense of smell. Most can recount countless stories where deer caught a whiff of a hunter or the path he recently walked, causing the animal to hightail it out there. More...

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Cameron County Conservation District staffers conducted a tour of its most recent environmental projects, starting at Sinnemahoning State Park, where the district was deeply involved in the George B. More...