Durell in Asylum Township (Bradford County) was a winter wonderland on Monday, but bright sunshine was powerless against a persistent, cold dry wind and drifting snow. Roadways remained icy well into Tuesday. Photos and weather synopsis by Rick Hiduk Depending on how quickly tomorrow’s impending weather system moves in on us,Continue Reading

Rep. Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) said today that five local schools within the 110th District will each receive $35,000 as part of Gov. Tom Wolf’s PAsmart Initiative. The PAsmart Initiative provided $8.7 million in grants to 765 schools across the Commonwealth to boost career-readiness. The targeted grants represent the next phase ofContinue Reading

Submitted Article Former prosecutor and Bradford County native, Chad Salsman, has announced his intention to seek the Republican nomination for the office of District Attorney. Salsman, the founder and owner of the Law Office of Chad M. Salsman, is a 1994 graduate of Wyalusing Valley High School and holds degreesContinue Reading

By Rick Hiduk (Also published in the Rocket-Courier) At the first meeting of the Meshoppen Borough Council on Jan. 7, Meshoppen resident Cindy Cona was appointed by the board to fill out the term of Herb Bevan, whose resignation was accepted in December. Bevan served on the borough council forContinue Reading

Bradford County Library bookmobile clerk Rosemary Wynot (above, center), board of trustees vice president Lynda Warner (center) and director Jeffrey Singer participate in a discussion at the Bradford County Commissioners meeting on Jan. 10 about the construction of a brand new bookmobile. Photos and story by Rick Hiduk (Exclusive toContinue Reading

Looking over new FEMA flood plain maps with Wyoming County GIS coordinator Chas Mead (second from right) are (from left) Tunkhannock Township supervisor Randy White, Tunkhannock Township secretary Judy Gingher, and Washington Township secretary Lora Seidel. Photo and story by Rick Hiduk (Also published in the Rocket-Courier) Though FEMA isContinue Reading