March 31, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

School reverses decision

A recent decision by the Cameron County School District to ban Sunday activities on school grounds was revisited during a special school board meeting last week. Amid public outcry and confusion, board members voted to rescind the original motion. More...

Bottom line: ‘saving lives’

A chilling assessment of the national opioid addiction epidemic was presented to the Cameron County Collaborative Board last week. More...

Viewpoints

Thoughts on a river ‘blessing’

(Bill Pekarski, a lifelong Coudersport resident and registered nurse, is also a contributing writer/photographer for Endeavor News.) More...

Correspondence

From Potato City   Dear editor:  To all who know and love Potato City Country Inn, it is with a heavy heart that we announced that we are closing the doors on April 14.  It has been a tough decision. More...

The Old Timer

If at first you don’t succeed, try again. I was on the last line of this week’s column and it up and disappeared. More...

Community Life

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Northern Tier Camp Cadet returns for its 17th year this summer and applications are now being accepted. It will be held June 18-22 at Mansfield University and is open to boys and girls ages 12 and 13. Application deadline is April 14.  More...

Memories of Austin

A program on the history of the Freeman Run valley is scheduled for 1 pm Sunday, April 8, at the E.O. Austin Historical Museum on Austin’s town square. More...

Benefit for Hurd family

A chicken and biscuit dinner fundraiser for Coudersport resident Norman Hurd will be held on Saturday, April 7, from 1-5 pm at the American Legion Post 192. More...

Police corporal’s suit dismissed

A federal lawsuit filed four years ago against four staffers at the Pa. State Police barracks on Denton Hill was dismissed this week. More...

Woman sentenced in fatal heroin overdose case

A Wellsboro woman who delivered drugs resulting in the death of a Coudersport resident in November 2015 answered for her crimes in Potter County Court last week. More...

Canoe/Kayak Classic next weekend

Groundwork has been laid for the 44th annual Cameron County Canoe & Kayak Classic. Now, it’s up to Mother Nature to provide the optimum paddling conditions on the Driftwood Branch of Sinnemahoning Creek on Sunday, April 7. More...

News

Career help for local students

A number of activities are planned in the coming weeks to connect area high school students with local career opportunities.  More...

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Times have changed in township and borough governing. New state laws have added responsibilities, but also opportunities, for public officials to improve services for their constituents. More...

More personnel changes by sheriff

More personnel changes made by Potter County Sheriff/ Jail Warden Glenn Drake were on the agenda for a recent meeting of the Potter County Board of Commissioners.  Board members Paul Heimel, Susan Kefover and Doug Morley were informed that Drake More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

With the roller-coaster ride of weather we have been experiencing, I won’t even attempt to make a forecast for the opening day of trout season on April 14.  More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Back to our roots to help wildlife

You might think that a column about warm season grasses would be a real snoozer, but they have the potential to significantly boost and sustain deer, elk, birds and other wildlife species that are treasured across northcentral Pennsylvania.  Th More...

PGC deer management applauded

A university study has identified the Pa. More...