October 10, 2013 RSS feed / Local News

State Treasurer Rob McCord Announces Campaign for Pennsylvania Governor

Tuesday, Sept. 24 at events in Blue Bell, at Montgomery County Community College and in Pittsburgh at the apprenticeship training center at IBEW Local 5, State Treasurer Rob McCord announced his campaign for Pennsylvania Governor. More...

Southwestern Energy ‘Corporate Partner’ of United Way of Bradford County 2014 Campaign

The United Way of Bradford County is known for recruiting people and organizations who have the passion, expertise and resources needed to get things done. More...

Heritage Region Sets Annual Dinner Meeting

Members to Tour Wyalusing Museum Before Event

Endless Mountains Heritage Region, Inc. (EMHR) will conduct its annual Membership Business Meeting, Dinner and Program on Thursday, Oct. 17, at the Wyalusing Fire Hall, just off Route 6 in Wyalusing. More...

Wyalusing Senior Citizens Hold Meeting

The monthly meeting of the Wyalusing Senior Citizens was held at noon on Sept. 17 at the Wyalusing Fire Hall. There were 31 members present and two guests, Jason Fassett and Lisa Traver, the granddaughter of members Dave and Judy Hopkins. More...

Girl Scouts Info Session Offered in Wyoming County

Parents and guardians of girls in grades kindergarten to five are invited to attend a free Girl Scouts Info Night on Friday, Oct. 18 at the Tunkhannock United Methodist Church, 5 Warren St., Tunkhannock at 7 p.m. More...

Wyoming County Commissioners Declare Oct. 21-25 BPW Week

The Wyoming County Commissioners have proclaimed Oct. 21-25 as Business and Professional Women’s (BPW) Week in Wyoming County. More...

Meshoppen Borough Opens Hydrant Bids

A new hydrant, intended to serve the Meshoppen Fire Company so they can more easily fill their tanker trucks, will be built soon on Mowry Road. The hydrant will require a water line to be built and extended under Little Meshoppen Creek. More...

Chicken Comes Home to Roost

Wyalusing residents John and Kelly Bradley are pictured next to the big rooster they found in the yard Sunday night. Now it’s going to cost them $30 to have the big bird removed. More...

Want to Race?

The Wyalusing Valley High School golf cart sits beside Linc Welles, Jr.’s Smart car during the cross-country meet on Tuesday, Oct. 8. More...

LaFrance Stepping Down From Wyalusing Council

Monday night’s meeting of the Wyalusing Borough Council ended with an announcement that took at least some of the councilmembers by surprise. More...

Wyalusing Man Dies in Tanker Crash

Liquid Spill Contamination was Limited

A water tanker crash on Turkey Path Road in Wyalusing Township on Oct. 2 that resulted in the death of a Wyalusing man, also led to contamination of soil along the roadway and in a ravine carrying an unnamed tributary of Wyalusing Creek. More...

Readying for Chamber Raffle

The Greater Wyalusing Chamber of Commerce is getting ready to start their second annual raffle. Pictured are Jaime Smith, owner of Jaime’s Place, and her customer, Eric Chaffee. More...

License Center Closed For Columbus Day

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced that all driver license and photo centers, including its full-service center in Harrisburg, will be closed Saturday, Oct. 12, through Monday, Oct. 14, in observance of Columbus Day. More...

Statue to be Dedicated at Mt. Pisgah

Folklore dictates that the great Oneida Indian Chief and warrior, Wetona, was very fond of what would later be named Mt. More...

80th Birthday Citation Presented

State Representative Tina Pickett was at the home of Gene and Janice Walker in Wilmot on Sunday, Sept. More...

SCCTC Announces House Sale; Gas Rights to be Retained

At the regular Oct. 3 meeting of the board, Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center (SCCTC) director Alice Davis officially announced that the house constructed by building trades students over the past two years is ready for sale. More...

Great Weather Brings Thousands to Tunkhannock’s Airing of the Quilts

Weather that seemed more summer-like than that of early autumn helped to draw thousands of people to Tunkhannock on Saturday for the annual Airing of the Quilts and the fourth annual Pennsylvania Invitational Quilt Show. More...

Public Invited to Diabetes Workshop at County Manor

Diabetes is a serious disease. It can lead to complications such as heart attack, stroke, feet and leg problems, kidney disease, and loss of vision. More...

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