January 27, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Criminal justice plan adopted

Members of the Potter County Criminal Justice Advisory Board have approved a strategic plan for the new year that commits the county’s court system to a series of reforms. More...

Drug epidemic: ‘This is about saving lives’

It’s a sign of the times that many area police agencies, school districts, emergency responders and other institutions are equipping themselves with an antidote designed to reverse the deadly effects of a heroin overdose. More...

Viewpoints

We need these gas pipelines

(Gene Barr is the president and CEO of the Pa. Chamber of Business and Industry.)  Pennsylvania’s economy continues to face headwinds. More...

Correspondence

Save Chesapeake Bay   Dear editor:  As a follow-up to your “Chesapeake Bay Revisited” guest editorial (Sept. 2, 2017), it is true that water quality in the Chesapeake Bay is improving. More...

The Old Timer

Hawaii got its scare of a lifetime because someone not paying attention threw the wrong switch.  You must remember that when you do not take your job seriously things can really get out of hand.  That mistake could have started a nuclear wa More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

So what does an outdoors enthusiast do when the temperatures outside are well south of the freezing mark and it doesn’t sound too appealing to leave the warmth of one’s home? More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

‘Bear tree’ link to years gone by

It is an old pine, and very large, with a diameter of at least 30 inches. More...

Three coyote hunts Feb. 16-18

Sinnemahoning Sportsmen’s Assn. Coyote Hunt is scheduled for Feb. 16-18. Now in its 13th year, it’s open for coyotes taken anywhere in Pennsylvania by hunting or trapping.  More...

Homicide case before Supreme Court

Whether a key exhibit in a Cameron County homicide case will be admitted into evidence is now before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Defendant Kaitlyn Wolfel, 24, wants the results of a blood test taken shortly after the incident to be suppressed. More...

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Long-time Emporium Mayor Bruno Carnovale was recognized for his 50 years of service to the borough with a luncheon last week at the firehall. More...

Regional College delivers

What was once the Rural Regional College of Northern Pennsylvania has successfully launched the second semester of its maiden voyage with a new name.  Northern Pennsylvania Regional College is providing classes in Coudersport, Emporium, Port All More...

News

Chili charity event Sunday in Coudersport

Coudersport Area Lions Club “Chili For Charity” will be held Sunday, Jan. 28, at the American Legion in Coudersport. More...

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Fourteen Galeton High School Juniors participated in the annual Galeton Rotary Four-Way Speech Contest. Contestants presented talks on how that standard of conduct and values can be applied to personal or civic life. More...

Cameron County forms partnership

A new organization has been established in Cameron County to pull together local leaders, businesses, government officials and others for a strategic approach to improving the local economy and quality of life. More...

Community Life

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Cameron County Fair Queen Lia Inman recently participated in the Pennsylvania State Fair Queen competition in Hershey, where she took second-place honors in the digital scrap book cover competition. More...

Local connection at State Farm Show

A group of Cameron County High School enrichment program students attended the 102nd Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg on a trip that was coordinated by Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities (CCOYA).  It’s the largest indoor agricultu More...

Obituaries

Beatrice M. Clark

Beatrice Minnie “Tootie” Tucker Clark, 98, a lifelong resident of Coudersport, passed away with her loving family at her side on Jan. 19, 2018, at Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport, after suffering a stroke on Jan. 13.  More...

Mary E. Stuckey

Mary E. Stuckey, 63, of Emporium, died Jan. 23, 2018, at her residence. She was born July 18, 1954, in Port Allegany, a daughter of Joanne Weidert Smith. She married Bruce N. Stuckey Sr., who survives. More...

Death Notices

Elouise M. Haynes More...