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Township officials were split over numerous issues including Genesee’s biannual “Cleanup Day” which Supervisors Scott Luce and Dan Thompson debated this past Genesee Township meeting on Tuesday, March 7.

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PUNXSUTAWNEY – Pennsylvania’s world-famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, predicted six more weeks of winter after seeing his shadow this morning in the Pennsylvania Wilds. Thousands of fans watched as Phil made his highly-anticipated weather prognostication, commemorating 131 years of Pennsy…

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HARRISBURG­ —The State System of Higher Education is preparing to launch a strategic review that could lead to significant changes in the way the 14-university system is organized and how it o…

COUDERSPORT – A Coudersport man has been jailed on allegations he gave two juveniles alcohol and had indecent contact with one of them.

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Between February 13-15, 2017, a Jury Trial was held in the matter of Commonwealth vs. Derrick Gleason, Docket Number 67/2016 in the Court of Common Pleas of Potter County. Gleason was found gu…

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Two Shinglehouse residents have been charged in connection with the severe burning of an infant in July 2016.

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Here are some of the Potter Leader-Enterprise's top stories of 2016. For a full list, read this week's edition.

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Attorney William A. Hebe filed a request in Potter County Court of Common Pleas on Dec. 16, 2016, for a  continuance on behalf of his client, Kane Jordon Shope of Galeton. 

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Clearfield – Despite a rally by the Falcons to close an early gap in the first half, the Greensburg Central Catholic Centurions were able to edge out the Falcons for a AA state playoff win 72-63.

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COUDERSPORT – Following in varsity’s footsteps, the Coudersport boy’s Junior High A-team are so far lossless this season.

BRADFORD – Owen Chambers exploded for a career-high 35 points, his first 30-point game of the season and second of his young career, to lead Coudersport to an 80-45 win over United at Bradford…

KANE – It was a tough night for the District 9 Class 2A girls’ teams Friday in the opening round of the PIAA playoffs with all three squads seeing their seasons come to an end.

The season opener in the East Conference of the Southern Tier Scholastic Youth Trap League began Tuesday, Feb. 28 with a total of 13 teams participating. Top shooters were Cuba-Rushford’s Tate…

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Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative is providing all members of the cooperative with a $10 credit on their December electric bills.

Military veterans may still register to receive discounts on products and services from local businesses participating in the new Potter County Veterans Discount Program.

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The Pittsburgh Corning plant is coming down...some of the buildings at least.

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Cole Memorial held its 50th Annual Meeting at the Coudersport Consistory to present the annual business report www.colememorial.org/about.aspx, elect new Directors and Community Benefit Advisors, present distinguished service awards to individuals who made significant long-term contributions…

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Galeton’s 11th Annual Fall Festival, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, is this Saturday, Sept. 24, at John J. Collins Memorial Park.

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Staff members now have a designated spot to exercise, stretch and unwind 

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Inflammation can both help and harm when it comes to your health

Hikyoga puts a new spin on a fitness classic

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"American Horror Story" regular Sarah Paulson and newcomer Cuba Gooding Jr weigh in on rumors that the show could feature a plotline based on President Donald Trump. (March 27)

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I honestly don’t know how many turkey calls I have owned. That exact thought crossed my mind recently as I watched a flock of turkeys milling about. It’s just something that crosses a turkey hunter’s mind once he has a couple years experience of chasing birds.

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I’ll be the first one to admit social media can be a pain in the neck at times. The filters are few and the nonsense is rampant. However, now and then, unexpected responses can be interesting, to say the least.

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From time to time we get inquiries about our hiking schedule. Years ago we had a fairly full hiking schedule for Spring, Summer and Fall - in later years it has dwindled considerably. We are now rethinking it, and plan to try to put together at least a few hikes for those interested.