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Masson Sentences Two Defendants To State Prison

    by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor Two defendants will be heading to state prison following hearings at the Cameron County Courthouse during return day [Click Here to Read More]

Financial, Staffing Problems Of Area Ambulance Services To Be Discussed

    A meeting will be held by Representative Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) on August 31 in Port Allegany to discuss dwindling personnel and funding for ambulance [Click Here to Read More]

Combatting Chestnut Blight In Cameron County

    by Amanda Jones  Echo News Editor Chestnut trees are being planted in several areas in Cameron and Potter counties to counter a blight that [Click Here to Read More]

Chapman Sentencing Postponed Again

    Sentencing of a man found guilty of sexual violence against a child by a Cameron County jury last year has been postponed again. Joseph [Click Here to Read More]

Storm Team Wins Buffalo Bills Tickets For Hard Work In Training

    The Cameron County Storm Football Team was recently awarded tickets to the Buffalo Bills preseason game after the Storm coaches were the first affiliated [Click Here to Read More]

District Releases Enrollment Numbers

    The Cameron County School District (CCSD) has released its enrollment numbers following a Right-to-Know request filed by the Echo. Enrollment numbers are typically included [Click Here to Read More]

Local Students Attend Conservation School

    Potter County Junior Conservation School recently held their week long camp for ages 13-15 that was established to promote awareness of our environPotter County [Click Here to Read More]

Collaborative Board Meets

    Tina Solak welcomed everyone to the recent Collaborative Board meeting. Sheri Harrier and Bob Lininger approved the May minutes.   Heidi Aikens reported for [Click Here to Read More]

Handgun Training

  Bucktail Rod and Gun Club will offer a handgun training and defense class September 2nd from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Range Night September [Click Here to Read More]

Public Library Memorials

    Barbara Moscato Brown Library Memorials 1st and 2nd Quarter 2015: The following seven books were given by the Cameron County High School Class of [Click Here to Read More]

Singing Dutchmen Seek New Members

    The year 2015 marks the 51st year anniversary of The Singing Dutchmen.  The group was  formed by Gloria V. Anderson and a core group [Click Here to Read More]

Hunter, Trapper Ed. Class

    A Basic Hunter-Trapper Education class is scheduled at the DCNR District Office in Emporium on September 19th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The [Click Here to Read More]

Spaghetti Dinner

  A spaghetti dinner will be held Friday, Sept. 4th at St. Mark O’Connell Hall from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Cost is $8.00 for adults, [Click Here to Read More]

OB/GYN Joins Penn Highlands Elk

    Penn Highlands Elk is welcoming a new obstetrician/gynecologist to Penn Highlands Women’s Care.  Kathy Elizeus, M.D., earned her medical degree from the Medical College [Click Here to Read More]

VFW Aux. Meeting Change

  The September regular meeting of the VFW Auxiliary has been changed to Wednesday, the 16th at 6 p.m. to correspond with the district president’s visit. [Click Here to Read More]

New on the Library Shelves

    New On the Shelves of the Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library August 2015: The Hand on the Mirror:  A true story of life beyond [Click Here to Read More]

VFW Bingo Is Back

  Miller-Raffaele Post 6221 VFW is going to have Bingo again this fall. It will start on Septemer 7th and will run until May 16, 2016. [Click Here to Read More]

St. Mark Mass Time Change

  The mass time at St. Mark Church for Saturday, September 5th, has been changed to 4:30 p.m. Mass at St. James in Driftwood will remain [Click Here to Read More]

Only Show Coming Out Of Retirement

    The Guy and Mary Felt Manor Auxiliary has decided to bring the “Only Show” out of retirement after 30 years. If anyone is interested [Click Here to Read More]

School District Demolishes Adjacent Building

  by Amanda Jones  Echo News Editor A building owned by the Cameron County School District (CCSD) and adjacent to the Cameron County High School (CCHS) [Click Here to Read More]

Split Verdict In Moate Trial

    by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor A jury trial held last week for an Emporium woman charged with resisting arrest and aggravated assault ended [Click Here to Read More]