The Wyoming County Commissioners announced the recipients of $46,200 in Room Tax grants for 2017, and the Wyoming County Cultural Center (above) was the biggest winner, garnering funds for the Dietrich Theater’s film festivals and enhancements to the Historic Tunkhannock Walking Tour. Story and file photos by Rick Hiduk Room
Photos and story by Rick Hiduk The Wyoming County Commissioners met on Tuesday to accept a budget and approve contracts that will take the county through 2017. County residents will see some new faces in the coming year and notice other committee and staff changes. Wyoming County’s new $14,832,399 budget
Commentary by Rick Hiduk On Christmas Day, we were having great fun testing out the Google Home smart stereo system at my sister and brother-in-law’s house in Pittston Township. When the system kept taking my niece, Samantha’s, request for Christmas music in darker directions, my brother-in-law, Steve, said, “OK, Google.
Among the art to be featured at “Rock n Roll in Art & Music” at the Dietrich Theater” are three different takes on guitarist Jimi Hendrix by Catrina King (directly above), Erika Gibson-Bertram (below), and by Jessie Romero (top). Submitted article As part of its ongoing Local Art on Display
Photos by Rick Hiduk The sun sets over Meshoppen and Mehoopany townships in Wyoming County (top) as seen from Auburn Township in Susquehanna County on Monday afternoon. Additional snow is unlikely before and immediately after Christmas this year, leaving only those in the highest elevations of the Endless Mountains like
Photos and story by Rick Hiduk Bradford County Commissioners (from right) Ed Bustin, Daryl Miller, and Doug McLinko and Chief Clerk Michelle Shedden donned ugly sweaters for the last public meeting of the year held Thursday morning. As their second order of business on Dec. 22, the Bradford County Commissioners
Casey Manahan (above, left) of Wyalusing and Ryan Donovan of Orlando, FL, introduced themselves to the Bradford County Commissioners on Thursday as new Army recruiters for the Endless Mountains – Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna, and Wyoming counties. Photo and story by Rick Hiduk A Wyalusing Valley High School graduate’s dedication to
Submitted article At its final monthly meeting in 2016, the Kitson Arts Alliance Advisory Board members and Strategic Partners gathered at The Fireplace Restaurant on on December 14 to discuss the activities, programs, and events it will be focusing on during the year ahead. Among those in attendance were (seated,
Photos by Rick Hiduk Persistent brisk winds kept side roads covered with drifting snow yesterday in Washington Township, Wyoming County, while US Route 6 was relatively clear for traffic, as seen from Apple Wagon Antique Mall on Russell Hill. A particularly messy winter storm is predicted to move in tonight.
Submitted Article Many of us and our neighbors currently use wood for heating our homes. The number one reason is to save money of course, but there are a number of other advantages. Secondly, wood is renewable, as opposed to fossil fuels which take several million years in the making. A third advantage is that