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Holiday vendor and craft show Saturday at Legion

If deer hunting isn’t your thing, Saturday, Nov. 17 is a good time to head to the Legion Building in Gettysburg for a holiday vendor and craft show. The Holiday Extravaganza Vendor and Craft Show will get underway with booths being set up from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring a variety of products and ideas for gifts and personal […]

Flag raising…

Veterans visiting the area as part of the VFW Decorated Veterans Hunt were among the volunteers who helped put up the Avenue of Flags at the Potter County courthouse in Gettysburg on Sunday morning, Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans Day. The flags that lined the courthouse lawn once draped the caskets of area veterans. The volunteers braved a cold, […]

Christmas Movies is theme for parade

Pull out the holiday lights and get the floats ready for the Chamber of Commerce annual Holiday Parade of Lights. The event is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 24 at 6 p.m., and will be followed by a smoked brisket supper at the Legion hosted by the Gettysburg Volunteer Fire Department. The evening will be topped of by the Firemen’s Ball.  […]

Early deadline for holiday

The deadline for next week’s paper is being pushed back for the holiday.  Please have news and advertising info in our office by Friday at noon, or email it to pcnews@pottercountynews.com. The paper will be printed a day early so readers can see all the specials in Gettysburg during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend!

Veterans Day program Monday, community breakfast Sunday

On Monday, Nov. 12, the annual Veterans Day program will be held at the Gettysburg School Gymnasium beginning at 9:45 a.m. The program is sponsored by the Gettysburg VFW Post 8530 and the American Legion Post 135 and will be followed by a potluck at the American Legion at 11:30 a.m. The program is being held at the school so […]

Representative needed to fill city council seat

The Gettysburg city council is looking for a representative to serve on the council from Ward 2. Ward 2 is located in the Southwest part of the city, South of Commercial Avenue to the point of Mannston Street, North to Blaine Avenue, then East to East Street. Those interested or willing to serve on the council must reside within that […]

Angel Tree forms available now

The GIA is getting ready for the holiday season, and they hope to make Christmas brighter for families in the area who may need a boost this year. Each year they put up Angel Trees with ornaments which highlight items that will make the holidays special for children in the area.  Forms are now available at Langer’s Family Foods and […]

Fall back an hour this weekend

It’s time for the time change.  Set your clocks back one hour when Daylight Savings Time ends on Sunday morning, Nov. 4 at 2 a.m. If you don’t want to stay up that late, you can probably get away with turning back time an hour before going to bed on Saturday night.  Either way, enjoy that extra time to sleep […]

Community breakfast to honor visiting veterans on Nov. 11

 The Gettysburg VFW Post 8530 is again hosting the national Decorated Veterans Hunt and the community is invited to meet the visiting veterans at a Veterans Day breakfast.   The American Legion will be hosting a breakfast on Sunday morning, Nov. 11, immediately after the Avenue of Flags have been put up, and the public is invited to stop by […]

Rausch named SD Ag Woman of the Year

A Gettysburg woman was honored during the South Dakota Women in Agriculture’s 2018 conference in Deadwood. Kris Raush was named the South Dakota Ag Woman of the Year during an awards program on Oct. 11. Also honored was Darian Roghair, of Okaton, SD, who was named the 2018 South Dakota Young Gun of Ag. Rausch’s award is presented to a […]


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