March 8, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Wyalusing Twp. Supervisors Contribute to Museum, WCC

The Wyalusing Township Board of Supervisors let their generosity show on Tuesday evening, as they motioned to make $1,500 in contributions to local organizations.  First on the list was the Wyalusing Valley Museum, which has been soliciting fund More...

Missing Canton Woman Found Deceased

This article was first published on our website on the morning of Monday, March 5. For breaking news alerts and email updates, visit www.rocket-courier.com.   A Canton woman who went missing on Feb. More...

Susquehanna County Chief Detective Resigns

The Susquehanna County Commissioners held their Feb. 28 meeting in one of the new conference rooms of the newly-renovated portion of the courthouse, using the space in that capacity for the first time. More...

Lisa Baker Seeks New Term as PA Senator

While serving as state Senator, Lisa Baker has established a reputation for fairness, thoughtfulness and diligence. More...

Area Roadwork Scheduled

Roadwork Projects –Bradford County–   Long Term Project  More...

Claverack REC Donates to Guthrie Campaign

Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative has committed $11,000 to Guthrie’s Forward Together comprehensive campaign, an initiative designed to ensure Guthrie continues to thrive during a time of rapidly changing health care delivery.  More...

Nimble

The snowstorm on Friday delayed my brother’s (Hewitt Sutton) funeral until Sunday afternoon. Philip and Penny Farr, Philip and Ginger Howell and I attended. Many, about 500, attended the viewing on Thursday evening. More...

Peoples LTD Announces 2017 Earnings

Peoples LTD (PPLL), holding company for PS Bank, has announced unaudited earnings for the year ending Dec. 31, 2017. More...

Beaver Meadows

Pastor Vickie Ellis is organizing a paint party to be held on Saturday, April 14 beginning at 10 a.m. at the Wyalusing Fire Hall, with Shauna Case providing the art instruction. More...

Economic Disaster Destroying Dairy Farmers

There are certain things that Congress and the USDA should do.  Congress could and should peg the Class I price in all Federal Orders at least at $20 per cwt., hundred pounds.  An alternate to number one, would be for Congress to place a fl More...

Grassroots Association of Farm Women Leads Fight to Take Back Our Food Supply

Farm Women United (FWU), a grassroots association of farm women concerned with public farm and food policy, has announced that a lengthy letter, addressing the severe and worsening economic emergency that is devastating dairy farmers, farm suppliers, More...

Cancer Awareness, Storm Response Highlighted by Wyoming Co. Commissioners

Thursday, March 29, will be marked as Cancer Awareness Saves Unlimited Adult Lives (C.A.S.U.A.L.) Day at the Wyoming County Courthouse and other county buildings. More...

Wysox Man Caught During Burglary, Fights Police

A Wysox resident is behind bars after he got into a scuffle with police while under the influence of narcotics and committing a burglary along North Main Street in Athens Borough.  Christopher A. More...

Bradford Co. Commissioners Hold Trustee Dinner

On Tuesday Feb. 20, the Bradford County Commissioners hosted a dinner for 40 trustees of the nine-member Bradford County Library System. The dinner, which will be an annual affair, was held in the Great Room of the Bradford County Museum in Towanda. More...

Meshoppen Council Gets Sewer Report, Contests Park Grant Recommendations

Members of Meshoppen Borough Council fielded comments from professionals on two important issues Monday evening, the town’s water and sewer plants and a community park that everyone in attendance agreed needs upgrades. More...

United Way Grant Application Deadline Nears

Grant applications are available for the 2019 grant cycle for the United Way of Bradford County.  All applications must be completed online through the United Way of Bradford County website and are due no later than midnight of March 17.  A More...

Pickett Sets March Satellite Office, Veterans Services Hours

To help residents of Sullivan and Susquehanna Counties, along with veterans throughout the 110th District, Rep. Tina Pickett announced her satellite and veterans service hours for the month of March.  More...

Little Meadows

What a storm we had. I had forgotten how beautiful snow can be when it is wet and heavy. Most of us in Little Meadows just had a few hiccups with our power. More...

LACEYVILLE LIBRARY

Our last soup sale of this season is today, March 8, from 11 a.m. until sold out. All homemade and delicious, it makes an easy, inexpensive lunch plus a donation to the library.  More...

Wyalusing Dandy Presents Donation Check

Randi Evans, manager of the Wyalusing Dandy Mini Mart, presents a check to Bobbie Bennett, Pack 8 Cubmaster. More...

Jenningsville

All went as predicted with the snowstorm moving in on Friday afternoon. Starting the month of March with winds making those trees fall was sort of a nightmare. The electric was off in our area from Friday at 1:30 p.m. until Saturday at 8:45 a.m. More...

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