The history of the Wysox Volunteer Fire Company does not reach back as fire as that of some communities. But its formation was an instant hit with area residents, who have supported its operations through the years at a variety of popular fundraising events. Additionally, WVFC kept recreational activities active
An early postcard (top) shows the Arch Bridge over Little Meshoppen Creek that was recently demolished to make way for a span with a larger spillway. It comes from the vast collection of Don and Gail (Griffith) James (shown above in 1954). By Rick Hiduk (As seen in Living Susquehanna/Wyoming
RVFD assistant chief Ed Bieleski (top, left) explains the extracation process to open house attendees as assistant chief Mike Jenner commands the exercise conducted by firefighters Phil Hillard, Chris Gardner, Ben Nelson, and junior firefighter David Jenner. Rush Volunteer firefighter Brandi Smith above, (left) and junior firefighter David Jenner explained
Wyoming County Commissioner Judy Mead (above, left) brought some Halloween fun to the Oct. 31 public meeting of the commissioners at the courthouse in Tunkhannock, prompting Commissioner Tom Henry (second from left) to quip that he was seated between “two old men.” Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk The Oct.
The Central Bradford Chamber of Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Wysox Merchant Center, Flea & Farmers Market, 1516 Golden Mile, Wysox at 10 am on Friday, Nov. 3. The Center boasts more than 70 dealers offering a wide array of new and used merchandise ranging
Photo by Rick Hiduk The crescent moon climbs over Main Street in Wyalusing as skies clear and chilly air returns to the area after weeks of unseasonably warm weather. Not only have some residents in the Endless Mountains yet to experience a frost this fall, are still watering porch plants
The Leadership Wyoming 2017 (above) group met at the Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock on Oct. 18 to discuss the importance of heritage, culture and tourism to the area. The event was sponsored by the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau. The Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock served as base camp for the Oct.
Submitted Article Legislation containing two proposals authored by Rep. Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) to exempt certain temporary and seasonal ag-related structures from the Uniform Construction Code (UCC) has been cleared by the House on concurrence and is now on the way to the governor for his consideration. As originally passed by
The Bradford County Regional Arts Council and the Rialto Advisory Committee are excited to host Aaron Kelly (above) and Flipside on the stage of the Historic Rialto Theatre in Canton, Pennsylvania on Thursday, Nov. 9 at 7 pm. Aaron Kelly was born in Sarasota, FL and moved to Nashville after
Senator Lisa Baker announced that Field Representative Tom Yoniski will be available for consultation from 1:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 1 in the Commissioners’ Office Conference Room inside the Wyoming County Courthouse, 1 Courthouse Square, Tunkhannock. Appointments are welcome but not necessary. Constituents are encouraged to visit with any questions or