Tradition holds for Cameron County High School Outdoor Club’s first field trip of the school year. A dozen students took an after school evening to go elk viewing. They were accompanied by Advisors, Mandy Miller, Lee Sines, Tom Gelnett, Bill Faulk and Don Bickford of Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities (CCOYA).
DiCaprio-Luckenbill Connection by Phil Burkhouse When I allow my mind to wander aimlessly about the earliest white hunters, those indigenous...
Tradition holds for Cameron County High School Outdoor Club’s first field trip of the school year. A dozen students took an after school eve...
by Rich Summers Cameron County Echo The Cameron County High School Red Raider varsity football team hosted an explosive Curwensville squad...
Congressman Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson announced the awarding $125,050 Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant to a Cameron County health center. The funding awarded to Keystone Rural Health Consortia’s Cameron County Health Care Center will provide assistance in providing on site behavioral health services.
You’re invited to Cameron County Historical Society’s Fall Dinner being held at the Emporium VFW Thursday, Oct. 29th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. After dinner a presentation by John Eastlake, retired forester from Tiadaghton Forest District and Civilian Conservation Corp historian, will present a look at the history of the CCC camps […]
Settlement monies from the June 30, 2006 Norfolk Southern train derailment that caused a serious fish kill in Big Fill Run, Sinnemahoning Portage Creek, and the Driftwood Branch of Sinnemahoning Creek are being administered by the Headwaters RC&D Sinnemahoning Stakeholders Committee to fund successful applications in the 8th round of the Sinnemahoning Watershed […]
Rotarian, Don Olivett introduced guest speaker, Mike Wennin, (left) Executive Director of Lumber Heritage Region at the Emporium Rotary luncheon September 22nd. Before Mike’s presentation on genealogy and ancestry, Don gave a brief history of the Olivett ancestry dating back to 1903 when his great grandfather, Salvatore Oliveto, immigrated to the U.S. from Italy. […]
The Cameron County Pro-Life Comittee will be sponsoring a “Life Chain” on Sunday, October 4th. “Life Chain” is a nationally recognized, peaceful demonstration against abortion.
Heidi Aikens welcomed everyone to the Cameron County Collaborative Board meeting. Mimi Smith and Sheri Harrier approved the August minutes. Heidi Aikens reported for The Family Center. The Family Center participated in Open House at the elementary school. The budget impasse is delaying other events for this month. Tana Funair of Dickinson […]
This year marks 60 years that Lynn A. Crosby from Cameron County has been a Forest Fire Warden. The primary purpose of a Forest Fire Warden is to assist the Bureau of Forestry in the suppression and investigation of wildfires. Wardens may also be appointed to assist the Bureau in fire prevention, detection, […]
Route 120 and Broad Street through Emporium will morph into a giant flea market on Saturday, October 17. The event will be held in conjunction with the Sinnemahone 50K. Food vendors, crafters, those selling antiques and garage sale items are encouraged to register.
Fall is in the air! Come join us for the 25th Annual Autumn Festival at Sizerville State Park. The festival will take place on Saturday, October 3rd from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This historic festival celebrates pioneer crafts, skills and foods. Local artisans will demonstrate their skills while displaying some of their works […]