Rep. Tina Pickett (above, right) attended the state finals of the Poetry Out Loud contest at the State Museum on Monday to see Towanda Area High School senior Ezoza Ismailova (top and above, center) compete. She was one of 15 regional finalists. The host for the event was Pennsylvania First Lady
Wyoming County Commissioners (back, from left) Judy Mead, Tom Henry and Ron Williams hear from Housing and Redevelopment Authority director John Jennings (front, left), HRA grants administrator Lisa Hahn (front, right) and EMA director Gene Dziak, who announced that nearly $2.5 million in FEMA buyouts are earmarked for the Meshoppen
Photos and Commentary by Rick Hiduk A temporary exhibit inside the Bradford County Courthouse rotunda includes enough photos of people relegated to squalid conditions because they were deemed to be insane to make all but the most hardened of souls a bit queasy. But the introduction on the first of
Members of the Wyoming County Prison Board, including (above, clockwise from back, left) Commissioners Judy Mead, Tom Henry, and Ron Williams, Chief Clerk Bill Gaylord, Atty. Steve Franko, Deputy Warden Gordon Traveny, Sheriff Ed Sherman, Warden Ken Repsher, and President Judge Russell Shurtleff met on Tuesday at the courthouse in
More than 700 people were estimated to have attended Ag Day at Elk Lake High School in Susquehanna County on Friday. Among them were Rep. Tina Pickett (above, center), who enjoyed some ice cream while talking with Cindy Bonavita of Meshoppen (left) and Carl Edsell of Leraysville. Susquehanna County Ag
Donations Can Put More Students on River Students from seven area schools (top) prepare to set into the North Branch Susquehanna River at Sayre last year to kick off the ‘2016 River of the Year’ celebration and partake in a three-day educational paddling trip. This year, Towanda Health and phys
Photos and story by Rick Hiduk March is Intellectual Disabilities Awareness Month, and the occasion will be marked in Bradford County with the reading of a proclamation on Friday, March 3 at 11 am at the courthouse in Towanda. The proclamation was approved by the County Commissioners on Feb. 23.
Photos by Rick Hiduk The winds of change barreled down the Susquehanna River valley past French Azilum in Bradford County this afternoon. From highs Tuesday and Wednesday in the 60s, temperatures will drop to single digits by Saturday Night. Growers are getting a reprieve as Mother Nature rescinds her Spring