July 21, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

BCRAC Spearheads Veterans’ Archive Project

STUDENTS DOCUMENT HEROES’ STORIES FOR NAVIGABLE VIDEO RECORD

General Douglas MacArthur once said, “Old soldiers never die; they just fade away.” It begs the question: Who will keep their stories from fading away as well? More...

Incinerator Complaints Burn Up Meeting Courthouse Project Continues

SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY

The Susquehanna County Commissioners faced a packed house at their July 13 meeting, with additional seating brought in to accommodate the crowd. More...

Update Provided on Hornbrook Park Project

Commissioner Ed Bustin announced the Larnard-Hornbrook County Park Playground Project is nearing completion, as the county has been working to incorporate an “inclusive playground” and other improvements to the recreational park in Sheshe More...

Genealogy Workshop to be Held in Sayre

“Tracking Down Your Ancestors” is the topic of a Genealogy Workshop Saturday, July 23 at the Sayre Historical Society. Rachel Dworkin, archivist at the Chemung County Historical Society, will present the 1 p.m. More...

Astronomy Night at Mt. Pisgah State Park

The next Astronomy Program to visit Mt. Pisgah State Park and view the stars and planets will be held on Aug. 5. Join two popular amateur astronomers, Cyn and Mark, at the Lakeside Pavilion area with their telescopes, weather permitting. More...

PennDOT Makes Changes, Replaces Pipe

PennDOT advises motorists in Bradford County that a weight restriction has been removed from Route 2003 (Grant Hill Road) because of upgrades made by Chesapeake Energy Corporation in partnership with the department. More...

Delmonicos 4-H Club Holds Meeting

The Delmonicos 4-H club had a meeting on June 13 at the Montrose Bible Conference. Leaders helped them complete their QAM (quality animal management) requirements. The 4-Hers also received chicken BBQ tickets to sell as a fundraiser. More...

Dimock

Congratulations to Sonya Griffiths, who made the Dean’s List at Ithaca College this spring. More...

Forkston

Some folks in the area saw a little rain early Sunday morning, but we need much more than that. My lawn, like many others, is brown with a few patches of green, and even the weeds are starting to wilt. More...

July is Ice Cream Month

Hi, my name is Katelyn Farley, and I am a Susquehanna County Dairy Maid. I am nine years old and live in Montrose. More...

Veterans Enjoy Haigh’s Pond VFW Picnic

It was the perfect day for a picnic at Haigh’s Pond on Saturday, July 16 as VFW Post 6824 welcomed over 60 veterans and their guests for a lunch made and served by the post’s auxiliary members. More...

PennDOT Bridge Replacement Projects

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s (Penn- DOT) Rapid Bridge Replacement Project continues in Bradford County in August with the reconstruction of a bridge in Warren Township. More...

Advocating for State School Funding

WVHS GRADS REPRESENT MU IN HARRISBURG

The PA State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) could see a $10.8 million increase in state funding this year if the finalized 2016-17 budget passes. More...

Elk Lake, SCCTC Board Summer Update

The boards of the Elk Lake School District and Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center (SCCTC) met jointly on July 13. More...

Bradford County 4-H Holds Dairy Day

Around 40 4-H members attended the third annual Dairy Day held at Braund Valley Farms in Troy. More...

Commissioners Okay Personnel Changes

The Susquehanna County Commissioners convened their July 13 meeting in front of an unexpectedly large crowd of local residents. More...

Little Meadows

Last Week’s News More...

Nimble

Becky Henning and kids enjoyed their time last week in Cape May with Becky’s parents, Paul and Pat Carr. More...

Beaver Meadows

Nancy Keeler

Rain is on everyone’s mind this week, as it is much needed. Donna Bennett said about a half inch of rain fell from the storm system that was predicted to sweep through the area Monday. More...

College News

Misercordia Dean’s List Students at Misericordia University qualify for the dean’s list with a 3.55 grade point average or higher. The following students were named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2016 semester: More...

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