Jeffrey Wayne Duell, 31, of Coudersport, was charged with two counts of theft following an investigation regarding a stolen 2018 Can Am Commander UTV on June 29. Duell allegedly paid for the UTV with a bad check and failed to respond to subsequent requests for payment. Duell sold the UTV to …

Andrew Michael Wenrich, 25, of Ulysses, was charged with fighting to avoid apprehension/trial/punishment following a report of an individual who had several outstanding bench warrants in Harrison Township on Sept. 3. Wenrich hid and ran from police when they were looking for him. A prelimina…

COUDERSPORT — The Coudersport Borough Council heard from several people who were opposed to opening the borough streets up for ATV usage between the August and September meetings, council members reported.

The Potter County Drug and Alcohol Program reminds residents that if they or a someone they know is in need of drug and alcohol treatment, they can call Potter County Drug and Alcohol Program at 1-800-800-2560.

Recent Obituaries



Autumn is upon us in the First Fork Valley; and with the cooler weather come bugling elk and beautiful fall foliage. Programs this weekend at Sinnemahoning include a guided kayak tour and a discussion of the original Pennsylvania elk as recorded by the area’s earliest settlers.

GALETON — Behind strong games from Jake Cochran and Ty Stover, the Galeton soccer team took control late in the game to come out with a 5-2 win over St. Marys on Wednesday, Sept. 16, for their…

Austin Pride Committee moves forward with fall events

  • Updated

(The Center Square) – Pennsylvania ranks among the states where people most need a loan because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a potentially troubling sign of deeper problems, according to a new analysis.

The board of directors of Citizens Financial Services, Inc., the bank holding company for First Citizens Community Bank, recently declared a cash dividend for its shareholders.

The Potter County Drug and Alcohol Program reminds residents that if they or a someone they know is in need of drug and alcohol treatment, they can call Potter County Drug and Alcohol Program at 1-800-800-2560.

Whether you’re an athlete or just enjoying the outdoors, it’s important to drink plenty of water to stay properly hydrated. Sounds simple, but dehydration is more than a matter of being hot and thirsty.

Effective Sept. 8, the Community Blood Bank is able to accept certain individuals as blood donors who were previously deferred by Food and Drug Administration guidelines that regulate the blood industry.

There is an old joke that asks, How do you get to Carnegie Hall?