June 22, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Wounded Warriors, Friends and Family Enjoy River Paddle

A flotilla of 14 kayaks, 15 people and two dogs departed Sugar Run’s Endless Mountain Outfitters on Thursday, June 15, the first leg of a two-day excursion on the Susquehanna that would end 22 miles downstream at Camp Lackawanna.  More...

Miller Sentenced for Transporting Stolen Firearms, Heroin Distribution

The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania has announced that United States District Judge A. Richard Caputo sentenced Jared S. More...

Area Roadwork Scheduled

Roadwork Projects —Bradford County—   More...

North Branch Arts Tour Gets New Life

At a meeting Tuesday afternoon in the Tuscarora Wayne Community Room at the WCC Building on Main Street, Dan Tompkins of the Kitson Arts Alliance outlined an ambitious plan to bring back what was originally known as the North Branch Arts Trail.  More...

Wyalusing Alumni Assn. Sets Annual Dinner

The Wyalusing School Alumni Association will hold their fourth annual dinner on Saturday, July 29, 2017 at the Towanda Gun Club, Rt. 187 in Wysox.  Social hour, with cash bar, will be from 4 to 5 p.m. with a buffet dinner served at 5 p.m. More...

Motivation or Engagement, What’s the Difference?

Can there be motivation without engagement or engagement without motivation? Absolutely. Several years ago, I worked for a large oil and gas drilling company. More...

Master Gardener Public Classes Available in Towanda

The Master Gardener Public Classes run May through September. All classes for the remainder of 2017 will be held at the Master Gardener Demonstration Garden on 4th Street in Towanda, across from the YMCA pool.  More...

Higher Tick Population or Not, Take Precautions Against Lyme

Recent media reports have suggested that tick populations in PA may be particularly high this year, leading to an increased risk of Lyme disease in the state.  More...

Veterans’ Monument Toppled

A monument honoring veterans just off Laceyville’s Main Street was hit by a car sometime over the weekend and toppled. More...

Beaver Meadows

Welcome to summer everyone. Wednesday was the official start of it.  Happy Belated Fathers’ Day to everyone. I hope that all you dads out there got to spend some special time with family over the weekend.  More...

Forkston

I hope everyone enjoyed Fathers’ Day. It was certainly a warm one.  Alice Severcool attended another dance recital on Friday evening. This one was for her great-granddaughter, Dakota Wilcox. More...

Schneider Graduates from Basic

U.S. Air Force Airman Tara J. More...

Commissioners Have Harsh Words for Natural Gas Company

“You are out of compliance,” said Susquehanna County Board of Commissioners Chairman Alan Hall. “You don’t have the time frame you think you have, and if we have to shut you down, we will shut you down.”  More...

Wyalusing Valley Wine Festival Moves to New Location Sept. 16

For those who have attended the Wyalusing Valley Wine Festival anytime in its 13-year history, they will certainly notice a change in scenery for the 2017 event, as it will now be held at a new location.  More...

Rain Doesn’t Dampen Spirits at Arts & Music Fest

Jason Boatman, president of Wyalusing Area Friends of the Arts (WAFA), said the crowd dwindled when it rained on Saturday’s Arts and Music Festival on Wyalusing’s Main Street, “but overall, especially for our first go-round, things More...

Supervisors Reject Bids, Change Wysox Road Projects

During a special meeting on Friday, June 16, Wysox Township Supervisors unanimously voted to reject all bids recently submitted for a series of road projects and made several changes to the necessary roadwork that will soon be re-bid.  More...

Dimock

Bradley Moore graduated from Wilkes University with a doctorate in Pharmacy. He is the son of Martin and Sally Moore of Dimock. We congratulate Bradley and look forward to hearing about his future plans.  More...

Gannon Associates “2018 Corporate Partner” of United Way

United Way of Bradford County announces Gannon Associates as the “2018 Corporate Partner.”  The Corporate Partnership greatly enhances United Way’s ability to conduct the Annual Campaign, helping offset costs associated with br More...

Nimble

This past weekend Nancy Comstock held their annual family Strawberry Weekend at her house.  More...

Pickett Works to Regulate Air Ambulance Rates

As a way to protect consumers from facing the high cost of air ambulance transport, Rep. Tina Pickett has secured House approval of a measure to encourage Congress to allow state regulation of the industry.  More...

Salmonella Risk is Present With Backyard Poultry

The U.S. More...

Jenningsville

From Wednesday on, it was a beautiful week, and it’s great seeing more going on around with outside activities. More...

Dairy Princess Visits Vanemon Family

June is Dairy Month. This month brings a smile to every dairy farmer, promoter and dairy lovers’ face. More...

Tunkhannock Chancel Choir to Visit Lake Carey Union Chapel on June 25

Following a very successful opening day of the Lake Carey Union Chapel, on June 25, the chapel welcomes two more special guests: The Chancel Choir of the Tunkhannock United Methodist Church and the Rev. Eugene Bilotti.   More...

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