April 7, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Ness Fest adds ‘Salute to Law Enforcement’

In keeping with the authenticity theme of the inaugural “Eliot Ness Fest: Touched by the Untouchable” in Coudersport, the organizing committee is planning a Salute to Law Enforcement at the courthouse square on Friday, July 20, at 6 pm. More...

Fatal overdose cases back in court

One defendant accused of selling drugs that led to a fatal overdose in Potter County will be facing reduced charges, while another was recently denied a new trial. More...

Viewpoints

Life expectancy going wrong way

(Dr. More...

Correspondence

Don’t allow radar for local police Dear editor: Some state lawmakers want to give radar to local cops statewide. This should be voted down. More...

The Old Timer

Many people don’t realize how difficult it is for us old-timers to adapt to all of these electronic gadgets, whether it’s a cellphone or a personal computer. More...

Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

One of the most appealing elements of living in an area where nature abounds is the changing of the seasons. Many of us would name spring, the season of renewal, as their favorite, but each of them is fascinating.  More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Countdown to April 14 trout opener

April showers do indeed bring May flowers. They also bring the renewal of life that anyone who is in tune with nature cherishes. More...

Youth trap league success story

Weather conditions have been far from ideal, but competition in the Southern Tier Scholastic Youth Trap League continues for a second season with growing participation. It’s a true local youth activities success story.  More...

Storm clouds surround GKN

Uncertainty continues to swirl around the future of Cameron County’s largest employer, GKN Sinter Metals, after a two-month long “hostile takeover” battle was seemingly won by a company with a reputation as an asset-stripper. More...

Cutting ties with Women’s Center

Potter County will discontinue its support of the Women’s Residential Rehabilitation Center in Harrison Valley effective June 30, according to information represented at the most recent Potter County Human Services (PCHS) Advisory Board public More...

Canoe/Kayak Classic today

Mother Nature has come through for the 44th annual Cameron County Canoe and Kayak Classic, which kicks off at 11 am Saturday on the Driftwood Branch of the Sinnemahoning Creek.  The 12-mile course starts at the Emporium Country Club and ends at More...

Alley dispute may be court-bound

A disagreement between two local businesses over the use of an alley spilled over into this month’s Emporium Borough Council meeting. Solicitor Tommy Tompkins advised council members on the topic during a closed-door informational session. More...

News

Chili cook off

Cameron County Senior Center will be hosting a chili cook-off and open mic event on Sunday, April 15 from 1-4 pm. Cost is $3. Anyone interested in entering the chili contest, or who wishes to perform, is encouraged to call 486-3707 for details. More...

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Another major bypass project is being planned for Pa. Rt. 15. David Wise (center), project manager for PennDOT, shared details during a recent meeting at the Galeton Public Library. More...

Focusing on Emporium’s future

Business leaders, elected officials and other Cameron County residents will take the next step in a long-range community visioning and engagement campaign during a public meeting from 6-7 pm Wednesday, April 11, at the Elk State Forest office just ea More...

Community Life

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Programs being provided by Penn State Extension, supporting farming, youth development, environmental protection and other aspects of rural living, were paraded in front of Commissioners Doug Morley, Paul Heimel and Susan Kefover last week week at th More...

Show choir ‘dessert theater’ April 13-14

Coudersport Area High School’s Music Department will present its popular Dessert Theater for two performances next weekend at the Elementary School. They’re scheduled for 7 pm Friday and Saturday, April 13-14. More...

Musical revue debuts April 14

A local theatrical production and musical revue comes to the stage for two showings in April.  Potter-McKean Players will debut “Love is Here to Stay” at 7 pm on Saturday, April 14, at the Port Allegany High School auditorium. More...

Obituaries

Natalie (Tillie) Masolotte

June 27, 1915 - March 17, 2018

Natalie M. “Tillie” Masolotte, 102, died March 17, 2018 at UPMC Hamot, Erie, after a brief illness.  More...

Death Notices

Arthur T. Clark   More...