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Swift Water, Cold Weather Litter Canoe Route With Paddlers

    by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor Participants in this year’s Cameron County Canoe & Kayak Classic certainly kept emergency personnel busy with more than [Click Here to Read More]

Complete Race Results

    The results of the Fortieth Annual Canoe & Kayak Classic held this past Saturday are in. Despite a rough year with more than 20 [Click Here to Read More]

Board Approves School Resource Officer Position

    In order to fill a vacant position, the Cameron County School District’s (CCSD) Board of Directors reworked a scheduled committee meeting into a special [Click Here to Read More]

Commissioners Receive Notice of Three Oil and Gas Projects

    Cameron County Commissioners received notice of three projects involving the oil and gas industry at their meeting on Wednesday. Act 14 Notifications were received [Click Here to Read More]

Former Resident’s Death Ruled Homicide

    The death of a former Emporium resident and graduate of Cameron County High School found in his apartment last week has been ruled a [Click Here to Read More]

Council Hears Complaints About Apartment Building

    by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor Emporium Borough Councilmembers heard concerns over a Fourth Street apartment building during the regular meeting held Monday night. [Click Here to Read More]

Air Rifle Team Thanks Moose

The 4-H Air Rifle program continues to grow in Cameron County according to Don Bickford, Director of Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities (CCOYA), one of the [Click Here to Read More]

March Realty Transfers

Following are the Cameron County secured real estate transactions for March: Lewis O. Ridge Jr. conveyed property in Grove Township to Helen Ridge Intervivous Irrevocable Trust [Click Here to Read More]

Alpaca Yarn Bash

    Fiber Artist Teresa Genaux of Alpaca Creations will host a Yarn Bash on Friday and Saturday, April 11 and 12 at the Cameron County [Click Here to Read More]

Invasive Weeds Workshop at Park

Landowners, are invasive weeds such as multiflora rose and mile-a-minute vine invading your property?  Are these unwanted plants decreasing the value of your land and interfering [Click Here to Read More]

You’re a Natural – Cooking Without GMO

    Administrative Professional Day in Cameron County will feature a cooking class!  Cristy Solveson, author of the “Call Me Crazy” blog and supporter of the [Click Here to Read More]

Ham and Turkey Raffle

    “Project Pearl Harbor” Ham and Turkey Raffle will be held Saturday, April 12th at the Emporium Firehall. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and drawings [Click Here to Read More]

Join In On Community Build Day

Do you want to be involved in planning and design for a great privately owned playground in Emporium? The Prospect Park Area Association is looking for [Click Here to Read More]

ABATE To Hold Monthly Meeting

ABATE will hold its monthly meeting on April 12th at 1 p.m. at The Bear Den, formerly known as Sterling Run Tavern. Winner of the Mossberg [Click Here to Read More]

St. James To Open April 26

    There will be no Mass at St. James the first weekend of fishing season this year because it coincides with Palm Sunday. St. James [Click Here to Read More]

Food Pantry

    The Cameron County Food Pantry will hold a distribution for people determined eligible on Wednesday, April 16th, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in [Click Here to Read More]

Senior Center Bunny Bingo

    Emporium Senior Center, Maple Street, will hold Bunny Bingo on April 13th at 1 p.m. The public is welcome. Lunch will be available. Come [Click Here to Read More]

Gearing Up For Canoe, Kayak Classic

    by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor Cameron County residents are gearing up to welcome paddlers to the Fortieth Cameron County Canoe & Kayak Classic [Click Here to Read More]

McManigle Gets Jail Time For Bath Salts Charges

    An Emporium woman pleaded guilty and was sentenced on charges of selling Bath Salts on Tuesday in the Cameron County Court of Common Pleas. [Click Here to Read More]

County Court Return Day

by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor Jefferson County Judge John Foradora presided over Return Day in the Cameron County Courts in Judge Richard Masson’s absence on [Click Here to Read More]

Commissioners Report On Uptick In Gas Drilling Activity

    Cameron County Commissioners spoke on the uptick in drilling activity across the county again this month, with the construction of a number of pipeline [Click Here to Read More]


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