The Penn State Extension Program will conduct a ‘From Cash Records to Cost of Production’ Webinar on Jan. 11, 2021. By Michal Lunak, Dairy Educator, Penn State Extension Cost of production (COP) per unit is the best way to summarize financial information about a farm enterprise. Cost of production perContinue Reading

While some may have seen Wednesday morning’s snow and gray skies as gloomy, the light wintery weather was beautiful to others. Here, some cabins at Shore Forest Campground near Hop Bottom in Susquehanna County are reflected on Tanner Pond. Photo and Weather synopsis by Rick Hiduk Forecast models differ slightly,Continue Reading

Sullivan County director of elections Hope Verelst (third from left) and chief clerk Francine Doyle (fourth from left) are congratulated by commissioners (from left) Brian Hoffman, Donna Iannone and (second from right) Darlene Fenton, and county solicitor Ken Levitsky for receiving the Outstanding Chief Clerk/Administrator Award from the County CommissionersContinue Reading

Tuesday afternoon’s weather provided a great opportunity for taking to the air, as Patrick Sekely of Meshoppen demonstrated with this great shot of a train rolling along the Susquehanna River about 10 miles south of Tunkhannock. Photo by Patrick Sekely / Weather synopsis by Rick Hiduk A mixed bag ofContinue Reading

By Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to readers) The County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) was unable to hold their annual fall conference in person as planned, but numerous state-wide awards were distributed over the course of two days of online meetings and educational opportunities. Bradford County was the only countyContinue Reading

Deputy sheriff Joseph Miller (back, right) was congratulated on Tuesday morning by sheriff Bob Roberts (back, left) and Wyoming County Commissioners (front, from left) Tom Henry, Rick Wilbur and Ernie King for completing his course work with the state’s sheriff training academy Story by Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to readers)Continue Reading