January 6, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Another ‘Mr. Brown’ earns national teaching honors

It’s said that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. More...

State $ helps balance CC budget

More money flowing into Cameron County from the state has allowed the Cameron County Commissioners to balance their $8.13 million budget for 2018 without raising real estate taxes. More...

Viewpoints

Better options than jail for some

(Kevin Barnhardt is a member of the Berks County Board of Commissioners. He’s also chairman of the Pa. More...

Correspondence

Urban vs. rural Dear editor: Re: “Numbers in the News,” Dec. 9 edition, there is a civil war arising from the land use conflicts inherent in alternative energy generation. More...

The Old Timer

News reporters told us that this past Christmas was a good one for the businesses that sell their wares over the internet and good for the big retail chains. I did not see one report about the independent stores. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

This newspaper and many others have recently carried stories that rank and analyze the top news stories of 2017. More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Deer season one for the books

We’re a bit too obsessed by numbers when it comes to Pennsylvania’s deer herd. More...

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Third-graders at Woodland Elementary School are participating in the Trout in the Classroom program again this year. They are raising brook trout from eggs to fingerlings for eventual release into East Cowley Run in the spring. More...

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Friends of Dick and Georgeanna Chapell have rushed to their assistance after fire destroyed their home and most of their belongings last Saturday. More...

Treatment plant hearing Jan. 16

A public meeting to share information about a shale gas wastewater treatment plant proposed for a parcel in west Coudersport has been scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 16, at the Gunzburger Building in Coudersport. More...

PC Jail passes inspection

Little has been said since the Potter County Commissioners acknowledged that they were considering a plan to close the 149-year-old county jail and have local inmates detained in McKean County. More...

Many options for dog licenses

Pet owners are reminded to renew their dog licenses for 2018. All dogs three months of age or older must be licensed in Pennsylvania as of Jan. 1, either on an annual basis or with a lifetime license. More...

News

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District Judge Chris Kalacinski was seated to begin serving his six-year term at the Galeton/Ulysses District Office. Potter County President Judge Stephen Minor administered the oath. More...

Austin shooting being investigated

State police at Denton Hill continue their investigation of a shooting that occurred at a two-story seasonal residence on Deerfield Road in Austin. Few details have been released. More...

Cameron County deeds filed

Following are the transactions recently filed with the Cameron County Recorder of Deeds: John M. Minard to Patrick Minard, Emporium Borough, $1.00; Daniel M. Ward to Comm. of Pa., Shippen Township, $1.00; David E. Andrus to Comm. More...

Community Life

Galeton girl launches Type I Diabetes mission

For Galeton Area School student Lynlee Basile, having diabetes has been a challenge, but it hasn’t held her down. In fact, it has inspired her to help others who have the disease. More...

Obituaries

Vernice ‘Bunny’ Bertron

Vernice “Bunny” Bertron of Sweden Valley Manor passed away Dec. 30, 2017, at Cole Memorial Hospital in Coudersport.  She was born in Keating Summit to Chester and Ethel (Pelchy) Haynes. More...

Virginia F. Salter

September 5, 1946 - December 22, 2017

Virginia F. “Ginger” Salter, 71, of St. Marys, died Dec. 22, 2017 at UPMC Passavant Hospital following an unexpected illness of the past month.  She was born Sept. 5, 1946, a daughter of Alson and Maxine Devlin Johnson. On Aug. More...

Death Notices

Emmaline T. Perry More...