July 12, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Another Successful July 4th Celebration

After five straight humid days in the 90s, the heat wave broke slightly on Independence Day as temperatures dropped down to the mid-80s just in time for the Herrick Township Volunteer Fire Company’s Fourth of July Celebration. More...

Ownership of Corbett Motors Changes Hands

A nearly 20-year-old auto dealership that has become a staple along Golden Mile Road in Wysox has itself a new owner as of this month, as the founders of the business, Kevin and Kim Corbett, are transitioning into retirement. More...

Firemen Build New BBQ Pit

Members of the Wyalusing Valley Volunteer Fire Department spent a week rebuilding their chicken barbecue pit at the Wyalusing Borough Park in preparation for the annual Wyalusing Firemen’s Celebration in August. More...

Forkston

I think the local July 4 celebrations are at an end. More...

Field Day to Focus on Genomic Selection for Herd Improvement

An upcoming field day, hosted by Penn State Extension, will help producers take advantage of new technology that can take some of the guesswork out of breeding—the use of genomic tools to improve a herd. More...

Dimock

Steve Hulslander’s band “Jam Crackers” from Williamsport will be in charge of the July 15 evening program at the historic Dimock Camp Meeting Grounds. An hour-long service in the old chapel begins at 6:30 p.m. More...

Opiates Seminar Scheduled

The Airport Community Center, located at 6 Piper Street in Sayre, will host Janene Holter, Senior Supervisory Special Agent with the Attorney General’s Office, for an informative program about opiates on Thursday, July 26 at 10:30 a.m. More...

Nimble

Becki and Tina Henning took Stevie, Ryan, Lilly Henning and Daniel Henning’s daughter, Bailey, up to visit Santa’s workshop in New York. Sounds like they are checking in with Santa early. More...

Susquehanna Candidate Is Democratic Nominee

Becky Kerr- Kinney became the Democratic nominee at the May 15 primary for the 111th Pennsylvania House seat representing parts of Susquehanna and Wayne counties.  More...

Work Begins on New Hazard Plan

ALL COUNTY MUNICIPALITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE

The Wyoming County Commissioners agreed on Tuesday to put the first $10,000 of a $60,000 grant toward the development of a new hazard mitigation plan, a process the county undergoes every five years. More...

Brian Keeler Studio A New Limited Edition Print

“The Susquehanna- Spring Afternoon Light, Laceyville, PA”   More...

Jenningsville

Hopefully the temperatures will be a little cooler the middle of the week. The heat is to be expected here in the middle of July after all. Summer is going much too quickly. More...

VFW Awards Scholarship

The VFW Post 6824 Auxiliary $500 Scholarship Award was presented to Hannah Shadduck, a Northeast Bradford High School graduating senior, on Tuesday, May 15, who will be continuing her education at Alfred State University and majoring in Business Mana More...

Yaw Announces Satellite Office Hours

State Sen. More...

Area Attorney Faces Suspension

By order of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania dated July 9, Susquehanna County attorney Frederick J. Meagher, Jr., whose office is in Montrose, has been suspended from the practice of law for a period of one year reciprocal with New York. More...

Beaver Meadows

I hope you all had a relaxing Independence Day. It sure was hot! More...

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