March 16, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Breaking the Stigma at ‘An Evening of Addiction Awareness’

With an average of 144 people dying per day due to overdoses in the United States—10 of them being Pennsylvanians— the drug epidemic continues to spiral out of control and mercilessly claim the lives of people, young and old, without prej More...

Music Students Recognized

WVHS students, left to right, Kathleen Mills, Nicholas Werner, Christian Werner, music teacher Bryan Carr, Mackenzie Tewksbury, Maggie Poost and Greg Boatman were recognized at Monday night’s m More...

Area Roadwork Scheduled

Roadwork Projects —Bradford County— Project Delayed   More...

Nimble

The local Girl Scout Troop, which Gabby Cantone is a member of, sold Girl Scout cookies outside in the freezing cold at Walmart on Saturday. That is being very dedicated. More...

Lesley Batterson Inducted into National Honor Society

Lesley Batterson of Gillett was one of more than 30 students who were inducted into the Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society during a ceremony recently held in Peterson   Chapel at Elmira College.  More...

President’s Lists Announced

Clemson University  Danielle Marie Dougherty of Sayre has been named to the President’s List at Clemson University for the fall 2016 semester.  Dougherty is majoring in Marketing.  To be named to the President’s List, a stu More...

LACEYVILLE LIBRARY

We now have a computer (with internet) for public use. We soon will have a printer to go with it.  More...

Comfort Items Being Collected for Veterans

The Wyalusing American Legion Auxiliary Unit 534 is once again collecting comfort items for veterans in the Gino Merli Center in Scranton and the Wilkes-Barre VA.  More...

Winter Storm ‘Stella’ Blankets Northeast Region

Photos by Cain Chamberlin Cargill Meat Solutions’ parking lot was practically empty as it closed for the second day in a row on Wednesday, March 15, due to the heavy snow accumulation that blan More...

Online Petition Sparks WVHS Donkey Basketball Controversy

An online petition that now has over 6,500 signatures of people and organizations around the world in protest of the annual Donkey Basketball game at Wyalusing Valley High School (WVHS) has sparked controversy on social media and in the community ove More...

Old Wyalusing Movies Screening April 7

Two locally-produced movies that delighted Wyalusing area audiences in the 1950s and 60s will be shown again on Friday, April 7 at the Wyalusing Valley Museum’s annex on Church Street, the former Masonic Lodge, beginning at 7 p.m., with the doo More...

Forkston

The weather played havoc with events last week. The Forkston Grange was forced to cancel their Soup ‘n’ Sandwich on Saturday, March 11, when the call came from Penelec that there was a planned power outage for the day. More...

Wyalusing Senior Citizens Meet

The Wyalusing Senior Citizens met on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at the Wyalusing Fire Hall. Vice President Pat Wachtendorf called the meeting to order by asking members to stand to salute the flag. More...

‘Move to Main Street’ Campaign Receives More Gifts

The Wyalusing Valley Museum recently reported a number of new donations in its “Move to Main Street” campaign, which was organized to provide funding for a three-phase project, including purchasing the Meteer Building at 25 Main Street ($ More...

Dimock

By the time you read this, snow may be covering the crocuses that are blooming in sunny spots, but this often happens in March. The snowdrops and crocuses always survive.  More...

Beaver Meadows

Happy Thursday everyone. Wow, what a snowstorm we had on Tuesday! Schools and many businesses still closed on Wednesday or opened late.  More...

Little Meadows

As I write this on Sunday night, preparations are underway for a big snowstorm in the coming days. Will we really see over a foot of snow or even two? Already a monthly luncheon has been canceled for Wednesday. More...

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