December 23, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Trials nearing in fatal heroin OD cases

Jury selection is scheduled for Jan. 4 in Potter County Court for another trial involving a fatal heroin overdose and the dealer who allegedly provided the drug.  More...

No newspaper next week

There will be no Endeavor News next week as our staff observes the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. More...

Viewpoints

Stop shale gas propaganda

(Elizabeth Kapoor, an attorney now living in Sebring, Fla., grew up outside of Harrisburg. Her family frequented the Pine Creek and Kettle Creek areas for fishing and relaxation. She still occasionally visits the area.)   More...

Correspondence

Pet responsibility   Dear editor:  Soon we will be seeing “We need to re-home our pet . . .” notices on social media.  These are from people who obtained puppies and kittens as Christmas gifts. More...

The Old Timer

Just about every radio station is featuring Christmas carols. Retail stores and even gas stations have also gotten in on the act. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

After we finished all of our usual pre- Christmas rituals, I decided to take my camera for a walk up on the hillside that guards her deer so well. That hill keeps beckoning me.  Once a great fan of winter, I no longer relish this time of year. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Coyote numbers rise despite open season

Soon the newspapers will be reporting plans for coyote hunts held each winter by the Sinnemahoning Sportsmen’s Assn. and the Mosquito Creek Sportsmen’s Club. Both are scheduled for Feb. 16-18. More...

ELK WATCHER'S JOURNAL

Another impressive Pa. elk hunt

There has not been a rush of publicity of the 2017 Pennsylvania elk hunt. That’s probably because the Game Commission’s controlled hunt is no longer a newsworthy phenomenon to many in the media. More...

Board approves ‘UPMC Cole’

A unanimous approval vote by the board of directors at Cole Memorial Hospital last week gave the green light to a merger with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.  UPMC Cole is on course to be launched in March, subject to regulatory rev More...

2017: Year In Review

Top stories by the numbers

Numbers were in the headlines across Cameron and Potter counties and became several of the top local news stories of 2017, as chosen by the Endeavor News staff. More...

Eldred case: what did FBI find?

More than five years after FBI agents searched the home of confessed murderer Greg Eldred, the results of their investigation are shrouded in mystery. More...

News

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Top: A merger with UPMC crossed two hurdles last week. The agreement, as explained by trustee David Crandall (shown), was unanimously approved by the board of directors and then ratified by Cole’s community benefit advisors. More...

Teachers’ union, school board settle

Coudersport Area School District embarks on a new year with a reconfigured board of directors and a ratified contract with its teachers’ union. More...

Deeds filed in Potter County

Following are real estate transactions filed with the Potter County Recorder of Deeds: Edward R. Berger estate by executrix to Nelson A. Miller and Ervin A. Miller, 105 acres in Hector Township, $180,000; Ronald W. and Donna M. Schroeder to Glenn D. More...

Community Life

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Members of the Cameron County Chapter of the Nam Knights of America Motorcycle Club delivered Christmas presents to the St. Marys Police Department for a toy drive. More...

Family law firm welcomes third generation

A family tradition in Cameron County has spread to a third generation with the arrival of Joseph A. More...

Live Nativity scene Saturday in Roulette

A Roulette group is providing an opportunity for people to experience the roots of Christmas with a live nativity scene. It’s planned for 6-8 pm Saturday, Dec. 23, at the First Baptist Church on Main Street the village.  More...