Plans are in place for the June 2 General Primary Election in Potter County. Director of Elections Sandy Lewis reports that the many uncertainties that surrounded the election following the declaration of emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic have now been resolved.


Revitalize Potter County’s website is up and running, Will Hunt, planning director of the county, announced during the last Potter County Commissioners meeting.

In the United States, one in four women and one in seven men experience physical violence by an intimate partner. This equates to more than 10 million Americans abused every year. In 2019 alone, 123 victims died in Pennsylvania from domestic violence. Between 3.3 million and 10 million child…


Darren Keglovits, of Coudersport, successfully completed four years of challenging academic, physical and professional military training, graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics with Economics and a commission as a U.S. Navy Ens. He is a gradua…


WELLSBORO — Have you been seeing birds that you normally don’t see in the area? You’re not alone. But there hasn’t been anything reported that is out of the ordinary, Rich Hanlon, a member of the Tiadaghton Audubon Society, said. There have just been a number of different variables that set …

Located in the heart of Potter County is one of the best places in the world to view the night sky. Cherry Springs State Park consistently ranks as one of the top 10 places in the world for celestial viewing. The park boasts a Gold Level Dark Sky Park designation by the International Dark Sk…

Galeton Rotary members Paul Pritchard and Joe Iaquinto stand beside the flags honoring the 2020 Galeton Area High School graduating class which the club purchased. Each flag represents a member of Galeton 2020 graduating class.

Furthering his plan for reopening Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf announced on Friday eight additional counties will move to yellow and 17 to green, effective at 12:01 a.m., Friday, May 29. All remaining counties in red are expected to move to yellow by June 5 at 12:01 a.m.


ULYSSES — One hundred and seven boxes packed with local dairy products were given away on Saturday during a “dairy drive-thru” here. Cars began lining up along the road near The Carpenter’s Shop before 10 a.m. and the boxes were gone within 45 minutes of the start of the drive-thru.

Since large gatherings are still prohibited amid the current pandemic, high schools have had to find creative ways to hold graduation and keep it as traditional as possible. Here’s what local schools are doing.


GALETON — After working as an assistant at the Route 6 Alliance for three years, Candace Hillyard, of Galeton, recently stepped into the role of executive director.

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., May 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- St Petersburg Personal Injury Attorneys McQuaid & Douglas is proud to announce that on May 27, 2020, Sean McQuaid was sworn in as the 96th President of the St. Petersburg Bar Association. His term in office will last for one year. "While it is an honor to have been elected to this position and receive this individual acknowledgement, my focus will continue to be how to benefit our members and the legal system in St. Petersburg and the surrounding area," said Mr. McQuaid at his inauguration. He went on to say, "as a profession, we must lead and adapt to the changes in our world in order to maintain the rule of law and service those in need of legal services."

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WAYNE, Pa., May 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Evolve IP(®), the world's leading provider of remote working cloud solutions, today announced it has teamed with Ingram Micro to make it easier for channel partners to market, sell and deploy Desktop as a Service (DaaS) to businesses throughout the United States and Canada. The solution can be delivered in less than a week for most businesses and is built on industry-leading software from VMware. Available now to Ingram Micro channel partners across the globe, the new service takes full advantage of Evolve IP's market-leading experience and industry-best security and compliance posture, enabling employees in nearly all markets, including healthcare and finance, to work anywhere, safely and securely.

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PITTSBURGH, May 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- WESCO International, Inc. (NYSE: WCC) ("WESCO"), a leading provider of electrical, industrial, and communications MRO and OEM products, construction materials, and advanced supply chain management and logistics services, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, WESCO Distribution, Inc. ("WESCO Distribution"), priced its previously announced offering to eligible purchasers of $1,500 million aggregate principal amount of 7.125% senior notes due 2025 (the "5-Year Notes") and $1,325 million aggregate principal amount of 7.250% senior notes due 2028 (the "8-Year Notes" and, together with the 5-Year Notes, the "Notes" and, each, a "series"). The aggregate principal amount of the 8-Year Notes to be issued in the offering has been increased from the previously announced $1,000 million to $1,325 million and the aggregate principal amount of the 5-Year Notes to be issued in the offering has been decreased from the previously announced $1,825 million to $1,500 million. The 5-Year Notes will be issued at a price of 100.000% of the aggregate principal amount thereof. The 8-Year Notes will be issued at a price of 99.244% of the aggregate principal amount thereof. The issuance and sale of the Notes is scheduled to settle on or about June 12, 2020, subject to customary closing conditions.

The smallest thing can pique your interest and brighten your day, even a rock. It’s true. A rock can create interest that makes you investigate its origin. That’s what happened to me on a recent stop at Big Mike’s Dairy Dine in Austina. When I stepped out of my vehicle, I noticed a painted r…

The Coudersport football team put together a stellar 2019 season where they finished the season undefeated and took home a District Title and made it all the way to the second-round of the Sta…

Century 21 Gold Star Real Estate welcomes new agent, Wendy Little. She is a Pennsylvania native and has worked in property management for 17 years, which led her career in real estate. She lives in Coudersport and will help Century 21 expand its market in the Potter County area.

– The Small Business Administration (SBA) made the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) available on April 3 and by April 16, the SBA announced the funding had run out. However, Congress has since cleared another $310 billion in relief for small businesses and C&N is still accepting new app…

On March 27, Congress passed the CARES Act, providing financial relief and support to the economy. The Act included funding for the Small Business Association’s Paycheck Protection Program to cover payroll costs so workers are not displaced. The responsibility of processing these loans lande…

Michigan voters in November 2018 passed a ballot measure that legalized cannabis for recreational use, making the Great Lakes State the first in the Midwest to do so. The state’s retail cannabis market opened in late 2019 and within the first two weeks yielded $3.1 million in sales. By Jan. 2, 2020, that had reached $6.5 million.

Sorting through all the latest health fads, trends and research-based health information can be as stressful and overwhelming as shopping for a new car. You want to avoid getting swindled into something that isn’t right for you, and you want to ensure that what you’re investing in actually works and provides the biggest bang for your buck.

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The Community Blood Bank is urging donors to continue to make blood donation appointments as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. All donors in May will be automatically entered to win a kayak package, complete with two kayaks, paddles and a $100 Dick’s Sporting Goods gift card.

Sustaining a twisted ankle, waking up with body aches and a fever or enduring a respiratory infection that makes it difficult to breath may all cause someone to question if they should get checked out by a doctor; and, if so, where should they go?