June 14, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

SCCTC Board Holds Rescheduled Meeting

The regular business meeting of the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center board of directors scheduled for June 6 was moved to June 11 due to unforeseen emergency absences that resulted in lack of a quorum. More...

School Board Honors Special Guests, Adopts Budget

It was a night of honor at the recent Wyalusing School Board meeting, as several special guests visited to be recognized by directors and officials.  More...

Wyalusing Art & Music Festival June 16

On Saturday, June 16, there is an impressive lineup of entertainment at the Wyalusing Art and Music Festival and here’s a look at the day’s schedule:  9-9:30 a.m.: Ken Pledger;  9:30-10 a.m.: WVHS Band Students;  10-10:45 More...

Red Cross Celebrates 100 Years in Wyoming Co.

The June 12 meeting of the Wyoming County Commissioners opened with a proclamation marking the 100th anniversary of the American Red Cross in Wyoming County. More...

Dimock

Joshua and Taylor Hettinger are the parents of a little girl born on June 5. Her name is Mayra Nichole and she has twin sisters who are 15 months old. This makes for a very, very active Hettinger household. More...

Beaver Meadows

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Pat Gobea of Troy was a luncheon guest of Carol Brotzman’s last Monday and Carol said they had a terrific day.  More...

Public Event Planned for Release of Explore Wyoming County Brochure

The efforts of a numerous people wishing to promote outdoor recreation, green spaces, waterways and other sites in Wyoming County will come to fruition on Saturday, June 23 when the Explore Wyoming County’s Parks & Trails (EWCPT) brochure i More...

Driveway Improvement Funding Available

The Bradford County Commissioners have been awarded a Growing Greener grant that can be used to assist landowners in properly repairing dirt and/or gravel driveways that are causing water quality impacts as well as maintenance/safety issues for munic More...

Claverack Returns $1.7 Million to Consumer-Members

Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative will return $1.7 million to members and former members of the cooperative this month.  More...

Jenningsville

Again, another week ends with a day of rain, which seems to have become a pattern lately.  Kevin and Marji Wood and their parents, Shirley and Phillip Goodwin spent a couple days in Lancaster to see the show Jesus at the Sight and Sound Theater. More...

Pickett’s 18th Annual Senior Expo to be Held June 15

Back by popular demand, North Central Sight Services will sponsor an industrial-size, residential paper shredder at Rep. More...

Day of Bluegrass Returning to Wyalusing

With the success of last year’s initial “Day of Bluegrass,” the Greater Wyalusing Chamber of Commerce (GWCC) is bringing bluegrass music back to Wyalusing with an impressive list of talented performers set to take the stage on Satur More...

Pickett Addresses PA Auctioneers at Luncheon

PA State Rep. Tina Pickett (R-110th Dist.) addressed members of the PA Auctioneers Association’s Northeast Chapter who had gathered for a luncheon at Mark’s Valley View in Laceyville on Sunday.  More...

Nimble

Thursday night, Stephen and Becki Henning as well as Steve and Tina Henning attended Lilly Henning’s preschool graduation. More...

CREP Riparian Forest Buffer Assistance Available

Available this summer is another great opportunity for landowners in Bradford, Sullivan, Tioga and Wyoming counties to get assistance with maintenance on their riparian forest buffers at no cost. More...

Area Lyme Disease Coalition Educates Public

While Lyme disease is still on the rise, Lyme Disease Coalition, Inc. (LDC,Inc) has been out creating awareness. On May 12, the first public awareness event was held by the organization at Monument Park in Montrose. More...

Boback Moves To New Office

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Forkston

It’s graduation time. Some students have already graduated, and others are looking forward to it. Almon Otten and Abby Spear attended a party for Abby’s stepsister’s graduation. More...

Future Class of 2031 Graduates from Wyalusing Valley Children’s Center

36 children graduated from the Wyalusing Valley Children’s Center, Inc. Preschool and Pre-K Counts classes on Thursday night in a ceremony held at the Wyalusing Valley Elementary School. More...

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