July 19, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Mulling Peculiar Priorities

Dear Editor: It seems to me the same people must be running both the borough and the school board, and they’ve all been out in the sun too long. The heat has fried their brains. Close streets, have strangers transport our children to school. More...

Call to Join NRA

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Forkston

It was wonderful to have some rain over the weekend. It may not have lasted long, but it was a welcome sight. Congratulations to the Endless Mountains Antique Power Association for their successful show. More...

Rushville

Get well wishes to Leah Walters (B.B.’s). She had back surgery at Danville last Friday. Happy belated 50th anniversary to Mike and Geneva Wallikas. Many more to you. Happy belated 45th anniversary to Dick and Sandra Bennett. More...

Nimble

Stevie Henning, grandson of Steve and Tina Henning enjoyed his fifth birthday at the Antique Tractor Show at Lazybrook Park in Tunkhannock with Auntie Autumn this past weekend. More...

Camptown

Dan and Barb Santos tell me that they have had two bear sightings around their place recently. It may have been the same bear both times. Barb said the bear was not very big. That makes 25 sightings so far this year. More...

Terrytown

Thanks to Neil Benjamin for answering my question last week about the cauliflower not producing. He says it is all weather related. The fast-growing conditions when it was planted was just too fast and all energy went into leaves. More...

Evergreen

Henry and Florence Campbell attended a family picnic at the home of Jody and Bill Lambert on the Fourth of July. That following Saturday was spent at the tractor pulls in Rome to watch Tyler Campbell do his stuff. More...

Concerned About New Bus Drivers

Dear Editor: As one of the few concerned citizens that attended the Wyalusing School Board meeting on July 9 to support our school bus drivers, I would like to say “thank you” to the bus drivers that did not sign contracts for their many More...

Dimock

Heather and Todd Adams hosted a big chicken barbecue for family and friends on Sunday, July 15. Guests brought special dishes to share and everyone enjoyed a fabulous buffet. More...

Silvara

Hello. It’s a beautiful day in Pennsylvania. The dog days of summer are here and I am enjoying them. I love the hot weather and wish it would never get cold again. I know a lot of people cannot handle the heat and I pray they all stay cool. More...

Jenningsville

The antique tractor power show at Lazybrook, Tunkhannock and Laceyville Community Day on Saturday were enjoyed by several in the area. The temperatures were rather warm, but let us remember that it is July and that is when everything goes on. More...

Beaver Meadows

Jane McGee and Donna Bennett visited Rev. Bill and Eva Nelson at Retta on Tuesday. Eva submitted to surgery on Thursday and is doing very well and will probably be back home when the paper comes out. More...

Laceyville

Laceyville was an active place on Saturday with the annual Community Day taking place on Saturday afternoon and a large crowd enjoying the festivities, the music, the children’s games, the chicken barbecue and the many other things going on, en More...

Spring Hill

I think Jeanne Fiske might take the tomato growing prize this year. Her plants are six feet high and loaded with huge Big Boy tomatoes starting to turn red. She must truly have a green thumb. More...

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