March 3, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

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One sure sign of spring’s impending arrival is the appearance of Mobile Fresca, a roving food concessionaire that sets up in Coudersport and Port Allegany. More...

Fallen servicemen to be honored

Two more Potter County bridges will be named in honor of area veterans who died in service to the country under a bill sign into law this month.  More...

Viewpoints

Is this what we’ve become?

(Leah Doyle is a senior at Coudersport Area High School.)   I typically don’t write things like this, but I am so incredibly disappointed in my school today.  We had an assembly this morning regarding general safety and cell phone use More...

Correspondence

Take a hike   Dear editor:  A recent Endeavor News story reported about our Susquehannock Trail Club’s (STC) golden anniversary. Indeed, we have come a long way.  More...

The Old Timer

Every once in a while you will see a magazine article about all of the outdated laws still on the books. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

A recent Endeavor News story about the results of the 2017 Christmas Bird Count reported that Canadian geese topped the list of species tallied by volunteer observers.  More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Return of beavers to Pennsylvania

Over the years there have been many successful wildlife conservation stories in Pennsylvania, but perhaps none has been as dramatically successful as the reintroduction of the beaver.  More...

ELK WATCHER'S JOURNAL

Nature’s fluky weather patterns play tricks on elk herd

February’s unconventional pattern of 70-degree weather followed by sub-freezing temperatures had to be confusing to Pennsylvania’s elk herd.  Elk need specific minerals and nutrients in their diet at certain times of the year and the More...

Employer can’t find employees

When Time Warner stunned the Coudersport area in 2007 by shutting down its customer care operations, eliminating 500 jobs in the process, a financial incentive package backed by the state government helped to reel in a new employer to fill the void. More...

New training at Regional College

Another milestone for the Northern Pennsylvania Regional College will be reached in early May, when the institution begins offering technical training at Coudersport and four other sites. More...

Gearing up for Maple Weekend

Syrup production is ramping up for the 14th annual Maple Weekend. Producers across Potter and Tioga counties are planning open houses from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday, March 17-18.  More...

Toxic waste dump off-limits

More than a quarter-century after a cancer-causing agent was discovered at an old dump site in Emporium, access to the area is blocked and residents are prohibited from accessing the contaminated groundwater. More...

News

New generation arrives at Buchanan’s

A fourth-generation pharmacist has joined the fold at one of the region’s longest-serving family businesses. More...

Austin hires new solicitor

Austin Borough Council approved a contract with Emporium attorney Tom Tompkins to serve as its solicitor during last month’s business meeting. He succeeds Bill Hebe of Wellsboro, who has retired. More...

Estate fraud case bound to court

A former Emporium resident accused of defrauding his mother’s estate of more than $300,000 is headed to trial on two felony counts. More...

Community Life

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Coudersport was well-represented at Pa. Music Educators Association District 2 and Regional band festivals, the PMEA District chorus festival, and the PMEA Regional chorus festival at McDowell High School in Erie.  More...

Emporium Rotary Club turns 80

It’s hard to imagine the difficulties of starting a service club in the midst of the Great Depression. In Emporium, a community that prides itself on volunteerism, the Rotary Club did just that. More...

Austin preschool signup

Austin Area School preschool registration will be held on Monday, March 12, from 8 am to 2:30 pm. More information is available at 647-8603. To qualify for pre-school, children must be four years old by Sept. 1.   More...