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By Potter County News | July 08, 2020

Former police patch is now history, as statement made by council put issue to rest

By Potter County News | July 07, 2020

People who attended the Gettysburg city council meeting in person were met by the county sheriff’s wand to check for weapons before entering on Monday night. Another 25 people joined the meeting online. The majority were there to learn the fate of a police patch which included an image of a cannon with the crossed flags of the United States […]

Free E-Edition this week – click the front page

By Potter County News | July 02, 2020

The PCNews print edition had some glitches at the press last week which garbled some of the headlines, ads, and stories, so this week’s e-edition is open and free to all our readers. Just click the front page on the right of the screen to see what the paper originally looked like before it was printed. Technology can be fun! […]

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By Potter County News | July 01, 2020

By Potter County News | July 01, 2020

Brooklyn Beringer (Thad and Michelle) and her horse, Sadie, are preparing for their first trip to compete on a national level next week. They qualified for the National Little Britches Rodeo in Guthrie, Oklahoma.  PHOTO COURTESY OF MICHELLE BERINGER

Independence Day events planned in Gettysburg

By Potter County News | July 01, 2020

Saturday morning the American Legion and VFW Honor Guard, along with the American Legion Auxiliary, will honor area veterans during an outdoor ceremony held at the memorial on the lawn of the Potter County courthouse in Gettysburg. The program will be held at 10 a.m. with a wreath being placed at the memorial, along with a salute and the playing […]

Music lessons may be offered in Gettysburg

By Potter County News | July 01, 2020

Gettysburg native Kerry Freidel has been instructing music classes using the Musicolor Method for several years, and is hoping to bring the program back home. He, along with Stephen Rockwell, a musical prodigy who teaches all instruments, are checking to see if there is enough interest to bring the program to town.  Freidel, who is the owner of Pierre Music, […]

Motorcycles encouraged to detour after passing through Gettysburg on trips West

By Potter County News | July 01, 2020

Summer brings out the bikes, and motorcycle riders will soon be heading west as they make the annual trip to the Sturgis Rally next month. The US Hwy 212 that runs through Gettysburg is a popular route for travelers, but the Covid-19 pandemic may change the route some. With a coronavirus checkpoint located on the highway across the Forest City […]

Town of Lebanon held regular meeting June 8

By Potter County News | July 01, 2020

Unapproved Minutes Lebanon Town Board Meeting  June 8, 2020 Monthly town board meeting was called to order by President Jim McRoberts at 8:06PM. Present were board members Lembke, McRoberts, Tennant, and Trudo. Absent Simon.  Also present were Janice Oaks and Steve Smith.  Unapproved minutes from the May 4, 2020 meeting were gone over. By a motion of Tennant/ 2nd by […]

Gettysburg teen to compete in National Little Britches Rodeo

By Potter County News | July 01, 2020

Years of hard work and practice paid off for one of Potter County’s outstanding rodeo duos, and next week they will head to the world famous Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma, to show the nation what teamwork is all about.  Gettysburg cowgirl Brooklyn Beringer and her seven year old Quarter horse, Sadie, will compete in the National Little Britches […]