A variety of species and breeds of cows and horses (top) are penned together and are part of the unique harmony at Ol’ Mother Cluckers Farm. (bennie) Above, Nicole Urban gives some attention to Bennie, an American Painted horse who roams Ol’ Mother Cluckers Farm. (teflon don) Below, Paul IacavaxziContinue Reading

Among those working to improve the new Seneca Trail Park in Eaton Township are (top, from left) Eaton Township supervisors Abe Kukuchka and Paul Rowker, Dr. Gere Reisinger of the Seneca Nation, and township resident Linda Coolbaugh. Above, Wyoming County commissioner Ernie King (seated) bears witness to the exchange ofContinue Reading

The team from Cleveland Brothers, flanking Tammy Bonnice (above, center) of Williams, swept the Beef Brisket category, winning both the Elite award and First Place from the blind-taste judges.The Elite Winner in the Ribs category was Smokin’ to Win, aka “S2W.” Team members included (below, from left) Michael Shanks, TimContinue Reading

  Sen. Pat Toomey (top, left) with Chamber president Gina Suydam, chairman Matt Austin, and board member Brad Georgetti. Below, Progressive Agriculture Organization manager Arden Tewksbury. Story and photos by Rick Hiduk (originally published in the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce E-newsletter) United States Sen. Pat Toomey was the keyContinue Reading

Clifford Township Historical Society president Sandra Wilmot (top, left) and EMHR executive director Cain Chamberlin explore the Children’s Garden, which has interactive elements paralleling pre-historic times up through the Clifford area’s coal mining days. Above, members of the Troy Lions Foundations dig holes for new light posts to enhance theContinue Reading

Evergreen (top) in Bradford County as it appeared around 1910. The village is the topic of a new book (above) by Mariane Dailey Holbrook.  Review by Rick Hiduk (originally published in Living Bradford County magazine) The village of Evergreen in Bradford County is set among the rolling hills of AlbanyContinue Reading

Moravian missionary David Zeisberger (top) preaching to the Indians at Friedenshütten. Artist Brian Keeler painted the above rendering of what Friedenshütten looked like based on maps and journals from the era. By Rick Hiduk (originally published in Living Bradford County Magazine) There are many anomalies of American History obscured asContinue Reading

Farm Bureau administrators, ag producers, and elected officials (top) listen to a presentation about beef production at Shamrock Farms north of Lawton on Aug. 24. Above, Sen. Lisa Baker (left) and Rep. Tina Pickett (right) talked with ag producer Ben LaRue about ways to slow traffic down on Route 706,Continue Reading

Members of the Northern Tier Radio Repeaters, including (clockwise, from left) Dave LaBarre (K3HSK) of Windham Township, Gino French (NP2H1) of Towanda, Frank Campbell (WB312F) of Grover, Dave Crowley (AI3EE) of Towanda, Duane Robinson (W3KXR) of New Albany, and Charlie Corbe (W3CJC) of Wysox trade stories of their ham radioContinue Reading