Submitted Article Just One More Page Books is so excited to celebrate six months and Indie Bookstore Day! We will be celebrating Friday April 27th and Saturday April 28th 2018 9am to 8pm. Friday evening: adult fiction Author David Hess will be here 5-6 pm for a book signing and meet & greet. A native to
Photos from River Day 2017 by Rick Hiduk Organizers and supporters of the 14th annual River Day at Tunkhannock met at the Wyoming County Cultural Center (WCCC) on April 18 to discuss entertainment, exhibitor and vendor options, potential presentations, and enhancing the literal connection of visitors to the Susquehanna River.
Submitted Article Joe Doherty, originator of the Bradford County Veterans Memorial Park, would like to see the Bradford County Veterans Memorial Park completed as much as every other supporter of the eight-year endeavor. What follows is an edited version of a letter recently sent by Doherty to those, like EndlessMtnLifestyles.com,
By Rick Hiduk (Also published in the Rocket-Courier) On Tuesday, the Wyoming County Commissioners approved a measure which they’d addressed previously in a work session to have GPS units and monitors installed in vehicles used by the sheriff’s department, probation, Children & Youth Services and for transportation of prisoners. Installation
Participants in the April 17 meeting of the Wyoming County Prison Board included (clockwise from left) Atty. Paul Litwin; commissioners Judy Mead, Tom Henry and Ron Williams; Chief Clerk Bill Gaylord; District Attorney Jeff Mitchell, Sheriff Ned Sherman, Warden Ken Repsher, Judge Russell Shurtleff and (not pictured) Atty. Steve Franko.
Mehoopany Creek Watershed Association members, including (seated, above, from left) Rusty Bennett, David Krafjack, and Kyle Ziegler welcomed dozens of first day trout fishers to Forkston Corners on April 14 and shared with them their plans for further stream mitigation and aquatic habitat projects. Proudly displaying their catch before heading
Photo submitted by Rep. Karen Boback Military veterans, public officials and the builders of Patriots Cove in Noxen Township, Wyoming County, reported a successful event on Saturday, the first day of trout season in northern Pennsyvania. Read more about the site here: http://www.endlessmtnlifestyles.com/?p=10220
Leadership Wyoming team members participated in tours of the county’s emergency operations center, prison, and courthouse on April 4, making up for a day missed in February due to snow. While at the Wyoming County courthouse, they had a chance to enjoy a perspective of famous courtroom #1 usually reserved
Submitted Article Revenue generated by Marcellus Shale impact fees totaling more than $1.3 million will benefit five local projects to help with housing needs, Rep. Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) announced today. The five projects – one in Bradford County, one in Sullivan County and three in Susquehanna County – will receive
Under the direction of Ellen Coates (top, far left) Wyalusing Elementary School third graders (continuing from left) Aleta O’Connor, Michael Phillips, Emily Johns, Abbie Tuttle, Shay Gartland, Caitlyn Wurle, Charlotte Sitas, and Bradyn Johnson serenaded school board members on April 9 with a spirited Irish folk song. Above, Billy Scarborough