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School Board Unable To Agree On Tax Millage Rate

    by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor The Cameron County School District Board of Directors was unable to pass a tax millage rate during their [Click Here to Read More]

Plea Hearings, Probation Revocations Heard at County Court Return Day

    by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor Several plea hearings and probation revocations were held during Return Day at the Cameron County Courthouse on Tuesday. [Click Here to Read More]

Commissioners Updated On Progress of New 911 System

    Cameron County Commissioners heard a presentation by a representative of MCM Consulting on the progress of the regional 911 system and updates on the [Click Here to Read More]

Unemployment Rate In County at 7%

    According to the most recent job number postings, Cameron County’s unemployment rate is now 7.0%, much closer to levels prior to the start of [Click Here to Read More]

Six GKN Employees Graduate From Penn State DuBois Program

    A total of six employees from GKN Sinter Metals Emporium location have received their certificates for completing the Business Essentials for Professionals program at [Click Here to Read More]

3rd Annual St. Mark Festival Heading Our Way

    Dust off your boots and don your cowboy hats—the third annual St. Mark Festival is heading our way!  This two-day event will again take [Click Here to Read More]

Community Chest Fund Drive Update

    As of June 16, 2015 the Community Chest has collected $21,192.50 toward its $21,500 goal. Just $300 is needed to meet the fund goal.  [Click Here to Read More]

Friends of the Library Annual Used Book Sale

    The annual Used Book Sale, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, will take place very soon. All funds from the sale benefit the [Click Here to Read More]

Summer Reading Club Registration

    Registration at the Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library for the 2015 Summer Reading Club: Every Hero Has a Story! begins Monday, June 29th and [Click Here to Read More]

Music Boosters Meeting

    The July meeting of the CCHS Music Boosters will be held Tuesday, July 7th at 6 p.m. in the CCHS band room. All parents [Click Here to Read More]

Country Blessings

    This week’s special at Country Blessings is all household items 50% off and all ladies’ pants, capris and shorts $2.00. Stop by Country Blessings,  [Click Here to Read More]

Annual Extension Picnic

    The annual Cameron County Penn State Extension picnic will be held on Wednesday, July 8 at the Bucktail Rod and Gun Club on Sizer [Click Here to Read More]

Join the Fun at the Playgrounds

    South Park – Erynne  Doud The first week of the playground being open went fairly well for sharing opening week with the carnival. South [Click Here to Read More]

Rotary News

    Rotarian, David Guloien introduced Tanya Meyer, also an Emporium Rotarian, as the speaker at the Rotary luncheon meeting June 16th.  Tanya presented a Power [Click Here to Read More]

Ice Cream Social

    The First Presbyterian Church will be holding their Annual Ice Cream Social featuring Penn State Creamery Ice Cream.  Come out from 4 p.m. to [Click Here to Read More]

Larger Share of Impact Fees Coming To County, Municipalities

    by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor Cameron County and municipalities within its borders will be receiving a larger share of Impact Fees from unconventional [Click Here to Read More]

140 Hunters In This Year’s Snake Hunt

    The 2015 Sinnemahoning Snakehunt was held this past weekend at the Sinnemahoning Sportsmen’s Club (SSA). The annual hunt is sponsored by the Keystone Reptile [Click Here to Read More]

BWA Helps Landowners Test Water Quality

    The Bucktail Watershed Association has started a program to help local camp and landowners perform water quality testing on their favorite streams.  The BWA [Click Here to Read More]

Tree Trimming In Shippen Twp.

    Shippen Township Supervisors were notified of tree trimming activities that will be occurring within the township in the near future. West Penn Power notified [Click Here to Read More]

New Items Headed To Little Museum

    by Amanda Jones Echo News Editor The Cameron County Historical Society received a number of new donations over the winter months that will be [Click Here to Read More]

Making Most of DCNR Forestry Internship

    It has been a few years since DCNR Bureau of Forestry has had the opportunity to host a college student as an intern.  This [Click Here to Read More]