Wandering Aimlessly

  The Fox Sparrow Migration by Phil Burkhouse   Spending a week exploring the desert southwest certainly fired up my bird brain.  Finding and identifying many new species of birds in the arid flats, foothills, and mountains surrounding Tucson was exciting, but this is also an exciting time in Pennsylvania because the annual spring bird […]

Liming Made Easy

  by William Crisp   Back in 1993, I wrote a book on growing food plots called “Backyard Bucks” or something like that; I think there was another adjective in it but I’m not sure. You see I’m not familiar with my own title because while I wrote it, I never submitted the book for […]

Game Commissioner Releases Deer Harvest Report

    Pennsylvania’s buck harvest increased 9 percent, and the overall deer harvest was up 6 percent, in the 2016-17 seasons, which closed in January, the Pennsylvania Game Commission reported today. Hunters harvested an estimated 333,254 deer in 2016-17 – an increase of about 6 percent compared to the 2015-16 harvest of 315,813. Of those, […]

The VFW Post 6221 of Cameron County is proud to announce that Barry E. Sarick (left), Quartermaster of the Post, has been recognized by Commander-in-Chief Brian Duffy for his effort in recruiting new and reinstated members to their great organization. Recruiter awards, as listed in the National Membership Program, recognize those members who rise above others […]

Emp. Hardwoods In Cleanup Stage; Will Rebuild

    by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor An industrial facility seriously damaged by fire earlier this month will be rebuilt, according to county officials. The Emporium Hardwoods facility, located on Route 120 just south of town, suffered an estimated $7 to $10 million in the early morning fire that occurred last Saturday. Cameron County […]

Sarick Receives VFW Recruiter Award

    The VFW Post 6221 of Cameron County is proud to announce that Barry E. Sarick (left), Quartermaster of the Post, has been recognized by Commander-in-Chief Brian Duffy for his effort in recruiting new and reinstated members to their great organization. Recruiter awards, as listed in the National Membership Program, recognize those members who […]

Olay Seeks Fourth Term As Prothonotary

    Mary Grace Olay would like to announce her bid for re-election for the office of Cameron County Prothonotary. Mary Grace is currently serving her third term as Prothonotary, Register of Wills, Recorder of Deeds and Clerk of Courts. She previously worked as Deputy Prothonotary and Deputy Recorder of Deeds for 15 years. Mary […]

Candidates File Petitions For Primary Election

    by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor A number of county, borough and township positions are up for re-election in this year’s municipal elections. Primary elections are scheduled to be held in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, May 16. In Cameron County, incumbent Magisterial District Judge Barry D. Brown, of Britton Hill Road in Lumber Township, […]

Commissioners Approve Funding To Assist In Repair Of WWI Monument

    A number of requests for funding from Act 13 Marcellus Shale funding were approved by Cameron County Commissioners during a regular meeting held Thursday. The biggest approval was granted to the Olkosky-Jessop American Legion Post #194 for anticipated repairs to the World War I Monument housed on the grounds of the Cameron County […]

Fuel Oil Spill In Hunts Run

    A tributary of Hunts Run is being monitored following a spill that leaked more than 100 gallons of fuel oil onto the ground. Members of the Emporium Volunteer Fire Department (EVFD) were called out to a private residence in the Hunts Run area where a fuel oil tank was leaking liquid onto the […]

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