March 9, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Wyalusing Supervisors Eye Roads Needing Repairs

With very little business on the agenda after settling up payroll and bills, Wyalusing Township Supervisor Marvin Meteer announced that Road Master Bill Ferguson reported that there are several roads within the township that suffered some damage over More...

SCCTC, Elk Lake Continue With Current Auditors

The joint boards of Elk Lake School District and the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center (SCCTC) met on March 1 with minimal actions on both agendas.  More...

Bank Employees Say Farewell to Doreen Roehrig

PS Bank employees gathered at the Wyausing Hotel dining room Wednesday evening, March 1, to take part in a farewell dinner for Doreen Roehrig, who’s served as a part-time teller for over 23 yea More...

Correction

Last week’s article published on the Addiction Seminar in Tunkhannock contained two errors. Celeste Kranick is a Registered Administrator for The Addict’s Mom, not the founder. More...

YMCA Chili Cook-Off March 12 at Grovedale

THIS YEAR’S COMPETITION JUST FOR KIDS

The third annual Chili Cook- Off hosted by the Bradford County YMCA at Wyalusing’s Grovedale Winery is set to take place on Sunday, March 12 from noon to 3 p.m., with the judging scheduled for 12:30 p.m.  A big change in this year’s More...

Grimaud Running for 44-3-01 District Judge Seat

Barbara R. More...

Forkston

The frigid temperatures over the weekend were quite a shock after the warmer weather during the week. More...

Dimock

Last week we celebrated the fact that one little snowdrop had bloomed in a Dimock lawn. Actually we later found out that Bea Benner’s sunny yard had been ablaze with snowdrops for over a week. More...

Heritage Region Seeks Associate Members and Event Sponsors

The Endless Mountains Heritage Alliance (EMHA) is conducting its annual membership drive and providing a variety of options for support and involvement. More...

Bradford County Historical Society Looking for WWI Photos

On April 5, 1917, the United States officially entered World War I.  To commemorate the part Bradford County played in the war effort, the Bradford County Historical Society is preparing a 250-page hardcover book that will be filled with stories More...

Jester Hill

Eddie Wickhammer claims to have the laziest puppy in the country. More...

Chamber Members 2016-17

Arrow United Industries * B & K Equipment + Bluhm’s Gas Sales Bradford Co. Regional Arts Council Bradford County Bradford Co. More...

Grape Disease Workshop Slated

The Grape Disease and Pest Management Workshop will review the major disease and insect problems for Pennsylvania grape growers and seeks to address them with current research and recommendations from Extension educators.  More...

Motorcyclists Urged to Take Safety Courses

With the approach of warmer temperatures and the motorcycle riding season in PA, PennDOT urges riders of all ages to prepare by taking a free motorcycle training course. More...

State Awards Additional Funding to Head Start

Bradford Tioga Head Start was recently awarded additional Pre- K Counts funding from the PA Department of Education. The monies will be used to expand services for the 2016-2017 school year. More...

Nimble

The former Amy Yerg was in town last week visiting friends and former neighbors, Bob and Margie Thompson and Dave and Bonnie Radwanski. They were all pleased to see Amy for it had been quite some time since they had a chance to visit.  More...

Area Students Invited to Join Three-Day River Sojourn

This is the second year that Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) invites students from school districts located along the North Branch Susquehanna River to participate in a three-day paddling sojourn.  More...

Be Aware of Updated And New Motorist Laws

In light of the state’s Highway Safety Law Awareness week, which ran from Feb. 19-25, PennDOT and the PA State Police advise drivers of the following updated and new laws and safety reminders:  More...

It’s Girl Scout Cookie Time

Saturday morning, PS Bank patrons entering the Wyalusing - Route 6 branch were greeted by members of Brownie Girl Scout Troop 40939, who were right there as you walked into the lobby, offering you a More...

Wysox Twp. Approves Agreement for Fiber-Optic Connections

SUPERVISORS ADOPT NEW TOWNSHIP EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAN

The Wysox Township Board of Supervisors has approved an agreement with Zito Media of Coudersport, allowing the installation of fiber-optic cable lines through township property, which is expected to increase Internet capacity in the area. More...

Wyoming County Prison, Law Enforcement Seeking Applicants

There is a shortage of applications for positions at Wyoming County’s Stark Street Prison, as well as in the county’s 911 Dispatch Center and the county’s Sheriff’s Department. More...

Read Across America Celebrated at WVES

Students, teachers, administrators, board members and volunteers within the Wyalusing Area School District celebrated Dr. More...

Laceyville Police Getting Shotgun for Cruiser

When Laceyville Mayor Phil Brewer requested Tuesday night that the borough council purchase a shotgun for the police cruiser, council tentatively agreed with the mayor, but opted to put the matter on hold until a price for the shotgun was available.& More...

Free Manure Management Manual Workshop Offered

Did you know that all farms generating/using manure must now have a manure management plan? The Susquehanna County Conservation District can help you learn the new regulations and write your plan.  More...

Little Meadows

Spring, what a nice picture forms in my mind when I just say the word.  I took a chance and picked several daffodils that had budded on March 3, prior to dawn. In just 24 hours, they had opened. More...

Jenningsville

It was quite a turnaround with our weather last weekend. It was decided to cancel church for 8 a.m. due to the wind chill that was predicted. It’s still not the best yet for Monday morning. More...

Promoted to Assistant Vice President

Tuscarora Wayne Insurance Company is pleased to announce the promotion of Alexis N. Muench to assistant vice president.  She attended Bloomsburg University, graduating with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Accounting. More...

Beaver Meadows

Once again I begin this column offering condolences to the Dean and Dianne Bennett family. More...

SPOTLIGHT ON BUSINESS

Tammy’s Stitchen and Printen Creating Specialty Designs

This month’s feature is on Tammy’s Stitchen and Printen located in Dushore.  They are a family-owned business, with Tammy’s, husband, Bill Bahl, and sons, Dustin and Travis helping her out at the shop. More...

Pie, Ice Cream Sure Signs of Spring at Annual Ag Day

In Susquehanna County, the first week of March can bring any number of surprises. Blowing in like a lion, it can offer snow squalls to bury residents under a foot of the white stuff or bitter winds that are more reflective of early January. More...

Join the Red Cross Movement This March by Giving Blood

All eligible blood donors are encouraged to give blood and help save lives in March, Red Cross Month. Donating is easier than ever with the Blood Donor App and RapidPass.  More...

Pension Forfeiture Legislation Introduced

Rep. More...

Senator Gene Yaw Reappointed Chairman

Senator Gene Yaw has been reappointed to serve as chairman of the Environmental Resources and Energy Committee for the 2017-2018 Legislative Session.  More...

Local Government Raising Awareness of Intellectual Disabilities

Over 100 people gathered outside the courthouse on a chilly Friday morning to celebrate the proclaiming of March as Intellectual Disabilities Awareness Month in Bradford County.  More...

Therapy Offered for Domestic Violence and Assault Victims

Beginning in March, the Abuse & Rape Crisis Center (ARCC) will be contracting with a local Licensed Professional Counselor, Genevieve (Genny) Dailey, to offer therapy services to victims. More...

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